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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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VOL. XXXVI, NO. 39-----........ OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 24, li! 03. DOLLAR A YEAH.I .

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," "!' '; " " " '?! Albert Miller left Saturday for At- I Death of Wilson W. Cassidy -- - -- -- -A

X.o lanta to have his ears treated by Dr. f .fr. Wilson W. CasMdy died at the -
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Caihoun. He will then go to Gainesville Marion County Hospital in this: city !

Ga., and will probably Oe absent Tuesday morning from the effects of I iii',, ThE STYLE OF ((1 "DOROTHY DODD"

about a year.Arkansas an attack of pleuricy.Mr. .

... Cassidy was one of the best i Ip! INEXPENSIVE IIj'I'
-- Chill Tonic is the best ., i iI
--- known and most popular men in h11!! _-- ___ _____ ___ -_ -- -- -----_ 1:1': }'
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Kumttr > ounty. He watt at one time ;!: ;!! WOMAN: whose for exceeds :!
style
capacity
lugs &: Co have soul during the past i
IN A BOX 1jr nine months 14SS bottles cf this excellent clerk of the circuit! court and held ;1:" : THE capacity in dollars will find the style of a :'::1, i'

other offlcea of trust. A good many !!lpi I Dodd" shoe gives her foot all the distinction !:;

r tonic. ';i i! of a custom-measured shoe. "The style ; ;
I| years ago he was a prominent merchant : 1 Ii
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If you want to writ a nice letter you can do it if you have f2 Strickland of Wa.1 I i,' ',i of a Dorothy Dodd" has become proverbial. It is a '
Mrs. Chas Jacksonville
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== nice! utatiouery. You're in a box if ;you haven't the paper, and '''I''I'I,'! shoe that preserves the natural outlines of the foot, !i 1

SZ- paper\a\ in a nice box if you buy it here.Ve have many styles. -- cross, Ga., arrived in Ocala Sunday to I I of his death was deputy clerk of the i .vet, actually makes it look a full size smaller. I il' :
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see her father, Mr. P. B. Dukes, whois I circuit court of Hillsborough:: county. 'I'! I, '''I ''
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% POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | seriously ill. Mrs. Strickland was He was about sixty year of age. He li"i;,i;";I i : Ij IjI
I' XO OTHER SHOE IS DESIGNED LIKE IT 'I
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formerly MISS Flossie!! Dukes. leaves an invalid wife, twodaugbters, ';11'I' i ii
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a brother and a host of friends to I'I
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t= Mr. and Mrs. J. Alvis Jordan, who ::

---- 1--- were married in Ocala: on the 19ih mourn his death. j !Q i THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY. lilII'! i
U- I I His remains! were taken to Adams-
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ville ttamter where
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-.r other cities. They will reside withMrs. -- -- =
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Tuesday Mrs. It. A. Uurford entertained .
Liljl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl..11jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1l.. 1l11l11l11l11iS: Mr. Thomas Koopes, of Westchta- 4 few friends informally for ywv yySAAi'VVVVVVVVVVv'VVVV'' '

ter, Penn., is in the city. Mr. Hoopes
her gust, Mi.s Agnes Burford. Delightful -
U president of the Hoopea Bros aud

MOTTO: THIS PAPER WILL :NOT Mr. C. T. Dye, of the Ocklawaha Darlington Spoke and Him Company, music was the principal feature : A HEAVY REWARD k

FAWN AT THE FEET OF THE MAN WHO Lumber Company, accompanied by of the evening and later light
who have a branch establishment!: in
HAS SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MERIT refreshments were served.
his wife and children, left Tuesdayfor
REACHED THE TOP OF THE HILL; NOR their summer home in Indiana. Ocala. Messrs.V.. M. Dale C. L Anderson In ease to mind and pocketbook will be reaped by the
IT KICK THE MAN WHO GOING Dr. J. L. White, after conductinga
WILL who obtains abstract of title to lands in this
an
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DOWN IT. series of oitetings at the Baptist
Dr. Lindsay and Elder Kraybill sang very sweetly; C. V. Miller, count} before investing his money therein.DO .
church returned to his
Friday
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returned Friday from Lake City, Mica Burford and Mrs.: Hooker rendered XOT WAIT until you and :your money are I
Editor
SA2A ELIZABETH HASSIS. Local home at Macon. The meetings were
where tney had been attending the instrumental music and Mr.
largely attended and a great parted before obtaining your abstract of title from us, i
very
s."ioa of the Presbytery for East his
Gerig several selections on
played
-"No use of locking the stable after the horse is
\ \ HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mrs. Florid many additions were made to the I I
.. cornet. Mi** Addle Hansbrough, "
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churrh.Messrs.. gone. We will also be pleased to look after your
T. J. Cone, of Raleigh Fla. large who jp a splendid elocutionist, delighted -
theOoaU a
is at
W. M. Ross & guest taxes for
HoU mill operator, was in Ocala Friday R. E:. Hull, S. A.. Ktandley the guests with several selections you.
*e.
interviewing the foundry people:: in and GtorgeIackay have been appointed which ffere greatly enjoyed.The WRITE US. -

M" Newiomb Barco was in the city having some new machinery made a specie committee to co evening was thoroughly enjoyed

Tuesday, and some old machinery repaired. operate with the president of the throughout. Marion County Abstract Company :
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Mr.J. F. Edwards is back from Oenl Fair and Racing Course Association i Danes Tuesday Night.A .

Gaiuravilb. Clifford L. Anderson returned Monday in looking after all matters OCALA, LOfllDA.to { .
few of the young people met at
t fternoon from a week's visit> to pertaining to said institution. The
the armory Tuesday night!; and indulged
Mr. H. O. Dunn, of Ultra, i is in the Howard Clark at Orange Lake. He
track is now nearly completed.
in dancing for'erld hours. The
City He will leave for Ort-gon in brought back with him a big string of -- --
Friday afternoon little Miss atUir was informal aud very much [

May.Mr. I I I excellent ii 3h. Sara Frank entertained her friends enjoyed. Mr. Leon Fishtl furnishedthe

D. t>. Woodrow went down to
with "passover party." Flinch w as excellent music for the dance.
for J. B. McCVrkle left Tuesday ou the THE CLUB I-lOUSE.
the mine afternoon ft
Tuesday
.. northbound train two o'clock to closea the principal game pbyed. The following Among tho&e: present J were :Mrs D. -
short visit. :
---.- -- phosphate deal with parties at were her guest*: Beulith Hall S. Woodrow, Misses Sue Barco, Gertrude

Messrs. J. D. Hibertsou; anti J.V.. Kiugsford, Fla., for Mr. Alexander Alter Pearson, Lucile :Staudley: Caro 1'ereda, Ethel FretWfll of Savannah I

Crosby were visitor 10 Tampa Fri. M,Nril.lles.rs.. ____ __ LidJon, ?Usie Juiiuau, Edna Cut\ r. Valeta Potter, :Mattie \Vii-I I Cuisine First Closs. Rates Reasotable) _

house, Nettie Pots-and Ntlhe Frank. slams, Annie ;Mae Sunday,
day. I : J.de Beer and JulcsKrower,

Ovtrtou 1'" 1H'1111, without a I II I of the Central Phosphate Company, Mrs. Elsie Harvey, of Braideutowu, Violet Weathers Harris, Nan!: ; Messrs.V.T.Wi'liamfara. :Wheeler and, I RefurQisljed Tljrauglaut. I Special Rates by Month. : I

dollar, made million on Wall street, I whose headquarters were formerly in and Mr. S. L. Parramore, of Albion, t
I J. H. :Mathews, E. E. Robinson, J. T. f
ban failed. this city but now at Alt. Pleasant: are in the city having been called to
Enwr'oDH.WalerrwHl, Hub Math -
*-r -- Tmu., are victors to Ot-ala. the bedside their tt'r Mrs. F. A.
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Hou. II. L. Anderson returned :: ewe, B.:::.Wt-athfrs, J. H Taylor, 8.Jewett. I. :\mEV 'Io-.1. L'.111N1'S, I'it0P. I

LfSumr, who is ill with fever. There
Tuiiiday afif ruo<>n from a pruft'*!oio. Mr. Cheater C. H. Llo\d arid E. H. Cox.
Finch who
is' with the
I little in the _.
hits been very change condition ---- I
ual visit lol'alalka.
Atlantic Coast Line after few d If
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Senate
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of Mrs. LeSueur but strong Confirmed by
visit tn his mother and sinters iu this .
Cecil's Com Salvrcures corns 6I
jour hopes arc tt'flaiut-II for Ii favorable The following officers have: been 1i i
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without making them sore. Ask for city, returned to Jacksonvillr Tue- change soon. nominated by the governor and cop- I have always .Ion

1 day afternoon --- hand the prettiestaod i I
itatTy(1ius& Co.
t ----- The many frirnds of Mr. Merton I firmed by the senate. .

JI I Mr. J. W. Uddrll, of Cantos- was: \\'. It. IVtervm, a UrgeJuiul'ermati, :Maughs Mann, of this city, will learn For justices of the supreme court line most ol seasonable. . ,J_ f t

cf O'Brien in the TUt'. T. M. Sh'\ekelf.)rd, E. C. Maxwell, J
i among the plriutaut cullers at this was city ll.y. with pleasure that be I is making a .

f J I oflice on Tuesday We multi-stand that Mr. Petersonwas good record at Harvard University. Robert :S. Cockerell, William A. 'IJMLLLLTNJiBY

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here for the purpose! of miking He will complete his chemistrycourse : Hocker. ji

I Mrs. J. W. Perry of Duunellou, is ...
For states attorneys NeiJ] 51. AH-
arrangements to establish a mill nt about June first and will then

i quite ill at the home of her mother, ('ol1au t. return home for a brief while before red for the fifth circuit, and H. :5. ; 1 1I I

Mrs. A. J. Leaveuijootl.Hon. !. -- .
, for the sixth circuit.
Phillips "
beginning work in his chosen profes
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Taylor and little ;
found in 1 i
be
I Fred t ubbetly, collector of daughter, who have: been spending sion. The Misses Bullock fo Entertain. Ocala and the

i the port at Cedar Keys, is in the city the winter in Ocala with their sou at Among the prominent citizens; of This, afternoon at four o'clock prices reasonable are always '.i:

I f on professional bu..iuess. Mrs. H. l:. Smith's. on Ft. King neighboring towns in the city Saturday :Misses Lena and Marie Bullock! will you What ask.more can t

we noted the following. J. T. !:IS. L. T. 7;=:jT& 1
the htete of tiineh
avenue, left Tuesday for their home be *t>s a military f
; Mrs. F. M. ;rMiniuoiis of Kansas
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at Wolcot, Indiana. Lewi and Henry Fort, of :Moss Bluff; party. E
i City, Mo., arrived in Ocala Friday '1
1:. C. MidJleton, of Oeklawaha; C. The honorees of this pleasantly anticipated

'Ii and is theguestOf Mrs. it J. Potterou )1 rs. William Shoemaker, of Co. W. Turner, of Anthony; W. S.lIimeil,01" affair will be Miss; Addie -- 1

Ft. King avenue. ......,, ._ .......... i
lumbut, Ohio, after a pleasant visit ofa Sparr; J. J. Luflnun! of Hansbrougb, of Elizabethtown, Kentucky ......." ''''".. --.ui.: : :& iii""' :r' r !. i.
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t i- month with her parents in this city, Greiuer Farm ; Dr. J. G. Baskin, of Mi-53 .\ Burford of 1 j
and
i 1f>!..,rl.\1.: M I. Little, H. C. Jones! nes i T- S. 1

1 I. and T. J. Ow..n left Saturday and her brother in Ocala, has return- DunnellonL.S.; Light, ef RedcJick, Dixon Springs, Tennessee.! The q I
ed home her &iotr Do trrvel,' l)11 "ii want a KO"II! trunk? ';
i for Key West to attend the annual accompanied by and toH.. Dellon, of Fellowship.The --- you > I I'e
j t'it Makes A Clean Sweep, I \\ hlalut of gi..Ki J II uuk" thate will I n
convention of the Odd Fellows. Miss Irma Powers.--Times-Union. meeting of the Heading Club oiler at stecial low priers while they la-t. Ocala I ; !
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r - Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. F. A. A Good Metal Trunk 52.00 I '. s
all the Salves
f )Ir. and Mrs. U (5.I Blakeaud little Mr. Jake Gerig leturuetl from thoroughly. Of you II A Good Canvas Covered Trunk 53.00 '1 ;
Teagiie was well attended aud was avery ever heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve: Furniture 1
t son' returned Saturday from Duuuellon Orange Lake Saturday bringing as a A Good Canvas Strap Trunk 54.00 !
pleasant one. Current events i is the 'est. It sweeps away and Leather bound bra- trimmed trunks at pro- 'i
where they have been vi.-itiiig 8teciiiH'U of the catch a 121 pound cures Burns, Sores, Bruises, Cuts, jmrilnii.tl' price. li
wt-redncu:.:-ed and a splendid article I
relatives for the past few days. trout. This monster was caught with Boil: Ulcer, Skin Eruptions and Aiso\'ali.'saud; travvhna Itatr;*. Company
i on the life of William E. Gladstone). These are all BI<< ; BAIJirAlXSami wv have
Tiles. It's only 2"e, and guaranteedto .
an ordinary fishing line by Mr. Arthur
Mr. W. C. Bu.ler, of Beaumont, was read by Miss Esther Weathers, give satisfaction- by AntiMonopoly other
Clark and he hour aud
was an
a
Texas, left Tuesday for North Carolina John Mosley was the subject of a very; Drug Store, and Tydiugs & Co. "S'M g T H S i
half in lauding him. AT OCALA, FLORIDA
to visit relatives for a Jew weeks interesting sketch by MNs MinnieUamsby. druggists. m
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before returning to Texas. Capt.D.E.Maxwellasss superintendent The next meeting of the Judge) McKinney Barton, of Nashville -

of the Seaboard Air Line club will be with Miss Weathers.A Tenu., arrived in Ocala Tuesday -
Mr. U W. Irvine, of Higley, a former .. ,
... ... ":lW j'T.' =r. =-o""""" :u
railway was a pleasant visitor to afternoon and left immediately!! ;.o.L f.
attache of this paper and a grad disordered stomach may cause LO
Ocala Tuesday: and the "old timers" for Duunellou, where he will spend a
uate of the military institute at Bar- end of trouble. When the stomach THE NEW DRUG STORED.
were glad to grasp: him by the hand. few days with his brother, Mr. I. M.
tow, was in Ocala Tuesday.The fails to perform its func'ions the .
Without interruption Capt. Maxwellhas Barton. lie will then return to Ocala
I boweN) become deranged the liver II. BRuWN, 31. L>., Proprietor,
home of Dr. and 11 I rs. Chae on been with this road! since the and will be the guest of his sister, I j.Is j.
and kidneys congested, causing num-
Ft. King avenue is being adorned close: of the Civil war. Mrs. E. K.: Nelson. Judge Barton i is
I erous diseases, the most fatal of J.
; with a fresh coat of paint and when one of Tennessee's most prominent now open and ready to serve the public with Pure, Fresh .
A. C. Johnson, one of the pioneer which are I painless and therefore the the of South Magnolia street and Ft. King
completed will be attractive. citizens being one of the Supreme! : Drusat corner
-very- --- farmers of the county, was in Ocala more to be dreaded. The important avenuu We have a pretty line of HOLIDAY GOUDS, in : t

lion. Raymond I;. Bullock's beauti Tuesday and paid this o/Viee/ a very thing is to restore the stomach and Judges of the state. Stationery, Toilet: Articit's: Perfumery, Toys, Etc.. whichwe
before making their purchases.
ful horse escaped from the lot I last pleasant social aud financial visit. liver to a healthy condition, and for f* cure a cold in one day. inviteshoppers to inspect 1I

Saturday! and nothing has since been Mr. Johnson has been a subscriber to this purpoce no better preparation I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab I i

heard of him. A suitable reward will to Ocala Banner for the last quarterof can be used: than Chamberlain's I lets. Airdruggista-rtfund: ; the money I CAREFUL (COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS OUR SPECIALTY 1

le.d J... yen for information leading tohla a century aud says it has become a Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale | if it failes to cure. E. W. Grove's I L

recovery. necessity in his household. by the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m 1 signature is on each box.-25c ,..4 ",, .-.J.; "'


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;i: ; : ii S. 0. STANDLEY. LEE MILLER. BEAUTIFUL BELLEVIEW. I i Marty Smallpox Scares. \
: Jackson :Miss.. April S3-Severalcosttusities
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i Gulf Mother
. A most enjoyable dance was given !in the state. notably
and Oxford have experiencedsaiaHpox
I port .
S. A. STANDLEY & CO. I bfr.*. Northy at her pretty home l scares during tie peat few -

; on the wire road l last Friday evening.. days, aII3 much-pa5ttdty h3. been given ur

i > although small atf3ir it was one of the app; ''araac* of a mild form or! Burns
the infection The records la the
Feed and Sale Stables. the jolliest of the se -on.Mr. office of the state board of health show L':

Livery E. A. Converse and !sister Mr that smallpox has prevailed in nearly: ttl dr ,

!. ene-half: of tie! tortes of tie' state :
Teidd, of Oca!*, i spent! aunday witMr. h o Cb e Her tefti or the
I daring the czar, but :t has crated r- +
and Mrs. Atnn.. Xott. I bp0 1L
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k"e excite>rent on account of the art f-2- Children WI.II..
carry the most complete As a fiuale of the -aaon: Mr" Bulk: aothirg has bees sail about :.t. I ; v 4,
against the
line of Harness, Saddles, etc. Ivy and Mi:,a Webattr give a wbist Qe stove
V.lu". o
Rush tn Real sate in
Monday evening, f' uri talilt-8) o. some way every
i party
:!Z Recent urtaas-! <
in central Florida. and will ;ire Havana. Apr: }
i playing of land by Aawrcans! in the ;:rc.r.: T 1 SI P 'day m the aA
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our patrons the very lowest i Miss D s .R. I for the -esiatratioa! of ]la::J:! mS! Thurchase -' |
Y Ohio arrived !la.-t wt-tk to rtmain I
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We are thoroughly
S prices. I .- of a !large block of ,'ro-f: | 0

for out with her sister, :Mrs. Chas. Track who .s. the city! of Puerto Pnacip b> ?:. !
fitting
x: equipped turpentine
baa been quite ill, until she J leaves for m lian1:1 HOrne Railroad cooi.fa; I

t and lumber teams, gear the north.Messrs. ny has resulted in a decide: use:: t
real estate values tier aracampIi

t wagons, etc. > Eugene Hardisan and Edgar
r. -
w Pelot left Tuesday: for Tamp Mallory: Again Elected; SenatorTalrihasix !
We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers :! *. F"a! April; 22.-3t: pte: n .. .
I where they expect to !secure positions!
R )!&ones! tag been el.!*cte Buggies, and -White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons. Mrs. Hooks, of Oxford, spent several I term t tc the tied States .r aby w RELIEVES BURNS instantly draws out tie Eire, Cock, Soothe

I' North Side Court Itou,e. Ocala Fla days hut week with Mr. and Mrs_ the two houses ef the i@i.a.a:: : ::l- and Heals! the Burn without leaving aa ugly tear Ktcp PARA-

Frank Pelot. in sips ate ai.a. n. retevtcg a_. :. CAMPH in your home You ne
-- vote In the senate and IinJ.tUr ;.1 COLDS IN THE HEAD, CATARRH, HAY FEVER, etc.
I THE GOOD ROflDS.Enrjbodj i OOI'T DO IT, PLEASE I II Ii Mrs. Sumter Vinin?, of Plant City the !;otie0 one cast fir J. 1* J> d

i I left for ber home Monday after an enjoyable Toocbi, at chl'o.a.llirs. ; SOLD ONLY IN 250 50c AND $1.00 BOTTLES.AT .

Should Urea tile LegISIa. I Of course every body who has given visit with her father, Mr. D. loekr't Turn. ALL GOOD .DRUOOISTS.

tore to Take Some Action. I the I leaf study to the subject knows! E. istrobeL Banker W: bin ton'i wife ban bee

To the Editor of the Ocaa Banner.Fortheinformation I that the tariff U a cold blooded, The Rev. Mr. Jones and wife, o f attracting considerable attention! i ia I
For fettle by Anil-Monopoly true More
of those iD *r- I heartier old robbtr. Lady Lake, are taking a trip through Ma. &cbui< tu. !She wai the guest of

1Itl'd in the good roads movement He builds up one class at the expense this part of the county in a buggy, honor at a meeting of the State Federation }

sufficiently to make the trip to Talla-!; and to the injury of a great; spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs.Muter. of Women's Cluba at Don-hes- The Ocala Seed Store.

ha eee and be present and advise with many other elates. He exacts hi s I Mr. Jones la filling the pulpit ter, on TlJu! ,hy. Well, Bonkt-r! hlu

the woiuiittee on good roads: in the pound of flesh off thorn daces of the of the Methodiat church for the
: had his inning, and *by not bw wife? Is the Date
Ep- To Concern of this city and will
senate and house, who, I feel sure, community the least able to afford f it. Sunday morcinjt service. -Bartow CounerInforiniint.otic .

are anxious to draft a bill upon the But, why again make a fight against) A few friends gathered: at the home -- be glad to serve its customers in any way possible

ut'j-ct in actmrd with the wishes! f I I him? of Mr. D. P.. Dana Tuesday to do The next regular *.rnt-etiatr of the If we don't carry in our line what you want send

thrir constituent, I will state the The tariff under the honor to hU eighty-sixth birthda y'
I republicans baa Medical Examnin Board of thf to us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no

railroads ha?* male lit special rate of I played highwayman for all these Though obliged to useaheel chair,
5th( J udic.1 l District: ( of Horid*, will beheld matter what it may be. .
cue f.re for the round trip, plu25 years) and when the democrats obtained Grcause of an injured hip Mr. Danaseems
$ at Ocala House in Ocal on Ma>
: ants, from all points in the state on to power under Cleveland they to b.- in excellent health, and
27th, 1M3.\ BAXTER CARN Manager.
of a certificate that the I good for to ,
presentation merely raised a little finger againstthe many years --ome.
GEJ. E. WELCH M. D.
party it a delegate to the Good Roads old robber. They yeas ..!tiad to Mr. Charles A. Tremere of the B-II*.

; Convention Three tickets will be attack him hip and thigh and give view Trading Co., returned Saturday !secretary.Prophetic ___si ,

good te return as l ate as April -:'th. him a fight to the death. from Jacksonville. Sjmbolitra. .

The many notices I have received They were entirely content to lethim JOSH- \ pilgrim visit of Bro. John Harrison 1

a !. and the importance of this meeting make! : a horizontal reduction of LIFE AT SRUER FARM. will be at Micanopy on May .5 mm BAM B win i i

indicate a large attendance. five per cent in hia robberies.: and 6. Puolie speaking at S p. m. a

THE PROP.SED PLAN. Jim think of U! The people are itirring around JobnsoQ Hall All who will are corcially .
z [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.
,. :! The proposition' is to lay system of Whatever other faults it may commit livt'/y[ / now working out their cro|' invited to atteuJ, particularly ]

suie roads! from Fernandina via we hope the democratic party and getting them in good shape. t'loce that are interested in BibU CAPITAL S5O.OOO j

Jacksonville to Tampa and from will not again mike itself ridiculous There have been about two buns ..tudyand the historic fulfillment o f

i & Jacksonville to Miami and Pen=licoli! by putting up a make-tJ4>liev@ fightagainst dre-I; cr-s of watermelons planted foi prophetic symbolism. ;;
;; the tariff. the market around Gnner Farm.. Accounts of Firms Corporations: and Individual rohtoited s
$ with line from via Lake It Looks That
a Jasper; Way. Prompt Attention to all Buiat-
Eatrustt! to our ( ar..
h. : Cii>, High springs, Gainesville and If the democrats were satisfied to Among those having the Urgest acreage We should really like to know %bat Exchange Bought and Sold I

.! I 1 kale to/ iutersrct with the Tampa let the old robber have ninety five are Will and John Scarborough, authorit there is for keepiu. ; pt't1pJeotH "'

line about Lakeland or Plant City. percent, it may! as well let him have C.! M. Murphy, J. J. and J. M. Lufl while<\,>?evelt was using Yrllottouv *- INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT,

_" '. It seems unren ouable to suspect anyone the right to the whole highway: min, Fred Webber, W. H. LutfuaDJove P4rk. Tbi is a national:: park

A StUr, B. H. Leaner, C. T. aud the president has! no more right
T. Y of the cities to ba effected as in there thin other American AAAAA.
any cit
Pine Level School.
aDd J. F. Lutfman: aud W. P. Chalk-
: r hating M little intortst in the matter: izen. Are we becoming a nation of
GAITER ..
FLA
April 2. em --- -
t i as to be at-eeut on the SrJ, 24th cud To the Editor of the Ocala ..y<:O boaLitf und liek"piUlen?-1 amps -- -
s Banner Rev. I.V.. Ogle, of Ocala: filled hi Time
2 ih. A Urge body of delegatesshould : In a. statement made by Mr. R. __ E. DELOUEST
l : r regular appointment here lit Sunday Mr. John C. C'uuper, one of tiirmiit ) .
be ,
went and a citizen meeting Morrison in the Ocala Weekly taro: ,
and preached quite an interesting prominent lawyers of the o.etro-
\ buuht be called and resolutions ut At'rethiveot pril, 10, it stems he blames tbe trustees
'"; '! sermon. to a fairly good sized congregation. poll, i io in the city today before
the beutituent of the
> f people for not having the third month HARDWARE. "
drawn : Judge; Bullock on an important c.."r.
: Ilemember if fail
up. we of sub-di itictschail as was rigntfully
ales W. E. Little after :
:, a pleasant
r we are doomed to remain! as we are due this community.As If the Brown family close a deal with
t' visit to friends! at Fort King, returned
for i\\oyars, while other statrsar I one of the trustees of this school the Smith and Jones families: Col., Sash and 3 ;i' Farming
,
home Monday.
r Y alive and move on to comparatively I would like to inform Mr. Morrisonthat Bob will have to get a bump on hi m. Doors, le. V"" Tools.
Misses Ada and Ruth Leitner, o f .t
a flew life. Tneir citizens get the the trustees had nothing to do
i f Anthony, visited their cousin, MUs'harloite After the Goebel trials in KentucKjAnDauia
benefit of rural free mail delivery, (Qrt with the contracting of tbeaub-dU- $ Ready Mixed
f C Leitner over Sunday. will be forgotten and the t -8t
\jhil'he hiv to help pay and get trict school, as that is Supt. Cam'a s 'fiT" Paints Etc.
V
t nisi Susie and George Luffuunmade Kentucky liar will become prove
little or uo benefit it is made
as as busine-s.! I believe }Ir. Corn will
a flying visit to Fellon'-hip bial.
prerequisite we shall: l first have good faithfully discharge his duty in behalf -- ---
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t' several d,ys ago, and report everybody Every legislator: of south Florida is

; roads.rural free:arch mail a system ervice would to give the all of the schools.Ve, as patrons, in that section in a prosperous: in favor of an appropriation for the ;..........................
? nearly ought to Le
very careful in sayingwhat condition. St. Louis exposition. Progressive t. ............
t the citizens of Florida, and ai soon a S should be done with the t !. :
t such law money BILL JraiPER.GAITERVIUE > g Dtemen] The Tribune is proud a the
in the
parses property left over. As we did not get the third .
... .-Tampa Tribune.BANKRUPTCY .... .
citita and
= s country along the line or month of school, I tblnk. ''r. Corn NEWS NOTES. .-.. -- .
:
I effected by it wcuM double in'alue advice good, for the school building V
; NOTICE.

,f and lateral roads built by the counties certainly needs some repairing, especially Gaiterville is as lively as ever notwitbstanding I .: Ma.king Advertising iX

: would easily aud quickly{ lead out the doors for in have been United: States of America-In the Distct ,
their
present many disappointed Court of the United State For the scunr-' I r.
: w to all) parts of the !state carrying with condition it is impossible to loc k in their oat and onion crop*. District of Florida. 4, .

S it these advantage. them and this I The cool In the matter ot Henry Bayer and Hen-\ ". I P .
think should be lout nights are also doing a good Bayer, copartners as Henry Bayer xn a.y X "e

It is useless to write upon the advantages t ed after as loafers are at liberty to deal toward shortening the corn crop aad- mdwdaaUy ruptcy BiII rupt5.-1n Banks o

as every citizen of the state! enter the open doors) at any time altdba in this section. By David S. Williams, Auctioneer I .

: is convinced upon this: point. V6 free access!! to all school property Mr. \V. C. Buttler and sister, Miss T* TXDER of the Honorable AND BY Jame VIRTUE W,OF LocVc 4X ORDER: I I 1 I. :

i t t. The question only remains bow t to | still remaininginthehouse.\ Gertrude of Wild wood, were the the southern District District Court of the United States judge:for the'it: I j
of Flonda.
i dated
get this expression, and it has: occur As: for the exact amount of r ub guests of their sister, Mrs. John DI' of A.the D. igoj District, adopting Court of and the recognizing United Janua the rv order'-th One drop of water does not make the ocean :
States for
t, ed to me that a. cheap rate. allows! I uses paid by the voters in this boundary Brass, several days last week, returning District: of south Carolina dated June jsih :""the j. One
la the grain of
above entitled
sand
all live citizens: to come in person:! before I cannot sap, but I believe it to home Friday. directing me the undersigned cause Trustee authorizing:o scj:ant the! !i! will not make a shore ..

i I a committee having this- great i 1 be above Mr. Morrison's estimate Picnics are again; in season, and door property I will in offer the hereinafter for sale: in described front of at the pub court Ie auction nous ''I : One: feather does not make a bird .

sz t i interest: iu charge. Meetings: should I a. several of the voters pay f ar quite a crowd of our citizens met at State of Florida City, of Ocala. County of )fan IDIlC One leap will not make a fro;:: I

S be held and resolutions sent, address* more than that toltee' ferry last On Monday the Firx day
,r amount. btill, Saturday and en- "f June A D i<. :
ed to the committee on good roads, i there are joyed a fish mt eleven 1 o'clock in tie forenoon at" II IT IS ALL THE: r HUT-
several
t who !s lay fry. auction the following described put I>; ::
a and citizens who can't come can w ritefully they will Mr. W. F. wit property it
vote it McConn
they are able to of :Shady, was All that certain parcel of land I $*
lying
ana
t their views supporting the committee |get tu the election and are in favorothe among the victors to Gaiterville last and ing m more the County! ot Manon. State of Flonda H: ..
i t ; and north hail particularly of the described as follow! The I' :: .. ...
pointing out the advantages ? northeast -
a f sub-district school, but I believe I Sunday. Come again, Will, we are \ ) ties also: the southeast quarter quarter of the of ;,00100u
as they see it and the feelings and east quarter of.section! north: I.
fire
there ((51 all
are several who intend to vote always glad to see our triends.Mr. ((15)) fifteen, range <*ji twentvthree in towasmp ..
duties and wishes of their fellow-ci ti* it I II raining cue hundred and east vas ', Ie;
f I'x} out it! possible. An election is the: r G. N. Snyder and his mother, lr S. twenty acres more jr .

zens. In my opinion, no citizen of only way to decide this I I of Inverness will ALSo. And
matter nd' make
a their homein All that piece or parcel of land so it is with most I
this: state can afford to keep quiet at the sooner the Gaiterville for Couuty. Flonda. being Lots numbers m Marion I things in life anti
election one and
a while.
day comesU We wel- two. io block sixteen
,,
'. this time. The legislator has a right the sooner the talk will be over. co.nt them into our midit. E in and Marion E.J. Harris County of the 116)'town a" P"of silver plat of Spri=>rah age I especially is it true that one advertisement "
: Florida and .
F to the opinion of every one who feels l We ask Mr. Mr. C. I ulerly! described by the more piartt( will not make -
Cam M. following
Whitton .
to metes
1 please let Mr.[ i made a flying bounds.. Commencing at he an<: i you a successful adrertiM-r :
.
I northwest
; an interest in this matter, and if f you R. Morrison, is well as other I I business, visit to Early Bird ocr of block siiteeu 116) on Hines street. thencr cor:: I' Lay out
pitrons, last running south to Hull Street, thence a line of
f remain quiet be has no right to try to know east four chains and running publicity and put it u:
f'\. that he js i the contractor of sub- Thurs lay, returning Friday. running north to Hines tWCDh Street-two thence links thence i :
guess your position, and if he does point of west to I
district school and not the trustees.We The Heidtville and Cedar Grove east quarter beginning.of the nothea All situated in the south :
you have no right to complain in ca one (i), township Gftctn aae" .
e will twenTv"
gladly Sunday schools (
a, re* with Mr. : will have t5a .
.. a picnic at two (ia), south and east from TaShlLeY
lorri.1
you are not pleased with the results. son I Crust Grove on the ALSO, THE
on one point We all want Miss fourth Sunday in All that certain lot OCALA : '
piece | BANNER.
D A. S. MANY.i Stay sitnauted or parcel of and
UNCLE lying and
May Pasteur for our next teacher. JOE. !,[anon, SUf! of being, 10 the County of
i ii State Organizer for Good R'>ads. -- and described as Florin follows, to-wit particuarly The known 2 X X: That Will
i R. D. STOKES, TlI1st,e. Looking for TroubU. east quarter W the -outheast quarter ,}( section north : Pa}' '0: '( -.: :
i thirtysix ((36'. township fourteen ..
It i is "* south
Mr. Tison has introduced a b Mr. Gornto has introduced painfully evident that Germany (range f4olaaesmo) twenty-two! eor less(12)) east, contallIng: fort, .

.. compelling saloon keepers to do away the House a bill in is etalkiug around with a chip I Ii Trosteet:3oofarpapers Terms of sass: Cash, Purchaser to 1)ay i I .... .
t compelling saloons to close 'i for each
on her shoulder aU taxes piece sold and ,,
due
3 i with screens. t 6 o'clock. looking for trouble._ J I aDd collectable after day of sa:G .
., I I Y. RtTLEDGE I Zsi
S Penaacola Journal. Trustee in RVERS ::

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1rO : AXXVI, NO--_ OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1 *03. DOLLAR YEAR

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A BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION. I Doings of the Legislature. Misses Waldo Gave Lovely Tea to

THE OLD RELIABLEAbsolutely II I Ou Friday the bill changing the Their Guests.
YOU'VE P(11D( TILE BILL !
Mrs. Finch. Mrs Mason and Mrs.'i name of the Florida Agriculture College The Mines Waldo were the hostesses _

OY4Q' McConnell the Hostesses. to the University of Florida passed at a very delightful tea Monday

Ocala has had many beautiful parties the senate by H vote of 24 to': afternoon at sis o'clock their home

this winter and spring but none NEW BILI'". on Courtland avenue, in compliment
I Of course, you have but you lost:
have been more beautiful nor de- By Senator! Adtim-RequiringBleeping ; I, to their two gUt>stl-, Mrs! W. W. Harris the receipt.V! by dont you hag

Itr err 0inj-auies t"> septraiewhite : of Florida, and Miss Caroline bills by check The cheek Ii
lightful than the reception given I always a receiptCIIAMBLTSS. . .
and colored pawcn { 'rs. jams, of K D.II: viIIt'o
..: Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock

I .J> by Mrs. L. A. Finch, Mr*. Pearl By Rena'orfcc* tt-He quiring water It was a lovely affair, and bung the

companies to clean tanks: and flush first afternoon function to which the
: N6 pt Mason and Mrs. Bessie :McConnell.
mains.! has been bidden lrxRoE ; BANKERS,
young contingent
The>uest of honor at this elegant reception
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Miss of By Senator H tl Specifying since Easter, the guests were out in OCALA, - FLORIDA.
b t\ G was Mary Appersoc,
-tMpo Mt. sterling, Ky.Everything forms and books" to.be kept by county i I force, wearing their new spring frocks

trea?>urereri and other county offierrs. and hats, making the house duringthe
within beautiful
the Lost-Reward. 1 For These Who Live on Farm

grr'f lR home suggested spring and the Ea*- HOUSE iuu.. hours of the tea look like a gardenof Several thousand dollars invented! I: Dr. B-rgin, Paoa, Ills writes: "I
td By Mr. Uornto-Uegulathie the delivery -
blossoms.
_, tertide. April have used Ballard's Liniment
i and, lost) in lands in Marion county Snow ;

.. Pure. The color motif was pure white, of telegraphic mts ages in cities Mm.Iiarrhswore: a lovely gown of without having first obtained an always recommend it to my friends

THERE. IS m SUBSTITUTE which blended! with the quantities of of over 5c))population. I' blue crepe de chine, trimmed withappliqueoi abstract of title from the Marion as I am confident there is no better

green bamboo ferns and palms produced ., I By. Mr. Jackson-Amending laws I j lace, and MUs Ijams was County Abstract Company. For reward made. It is a dandy for burns."

,, relating! to tax sales. also in blue, wearing a most becoming
.- - -- --- -- a lovely ellVct throughout the 'I see another column.I. Those who live on farms are especial

MOTTO; THIS I'APEK WILL NOT home., Maiden hair ferus were Used By Mr.' Uorinau-KMiuiring United costume of blue point d' prite over X. EXPERIENCE ly liable to many accidental cute, 1.

FAWN AT THEFKETOF THE MAN WHO about the walls and chandeliers in all States t.euators to be elected by a SLtin.-Atllinta Journal. For Rent. burns and bruises, which heal rapid'

HAS SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MERIT dirt'ct'ote of the people.By I lived ,
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the rooms. Placed here and there :\Ir*- Harris formerly at ly when Brllard's Snow Liniment ia
Furnished
residence with 8
REACHED TilE TOP OF TIlE KILL; NOR Mr. Parrotl-Making foot ball I B:1 nt>..ville. She was Miss Mary rooms applied. It should always be kept in i
MAN WHO IS GOING', were large vases of exquisite white five blocks from court house good location j
THE
KICK
WILL IT the house for cases of 26c50o
and an unlawful game. (This bill was Waldo! before her marriage and has a city or cistern water. AddressP. emergency.
carnations, white rows annunciation -
DOWN IT. and fl.oo r at the AntiMonopolyDrug
lillies. referred by the speaker. to the committee great many friends in this city where O. box 305 city. 417 3t
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=== ::=--- Store m
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I ou K+tue.) she has been a frequent vi-itor.
Ii Saga ELIZABETH EASBIS. Local Editor During the receiving hours over a
i I I By Mr. (Joruto--To amend section Mrs. Harris and her children left
'hundred ladies called. They were
! I 350 relating to the t-ollation of agricultural yesterday for Charlotte, N. C. to join = U
ABOUT TOWN. I met at the door by :Miss Gladys Me-
i HAPPENINGS statistics by tax collectors. Mr. Harrbs and they will reside iu -
Counell the attractive little daughterof
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Both houses adjourned until Monday that city in the future. -
Mr. 1L F. Hyman spent( Sunday the house.
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i afternoou at four o'clock and the
with his family. Mrs. Edward Holder and Mrs. Jean The Presbyterian Social.A 01* R '
members of his cabinet: and
governor .
with their usual
Austin presided :
1ti ti j Mr. I.. Ottensasser left Saturday for and dignity in the receptionhall almost tilt entire It gjslature accepted very charming atlair was the
grace
.s a trip to New York. an invitation to visit IVnsacola and Presbyterian church silver tea at the SPRINGSUMMERBryandflress
into the
and showed the guests
-- -_.--- view the United t"ttn val fleet I home ot Mrs. William Sinclair Monday ,
and Miss Lucie drawing room, where the hostesses"
1 Mr. Jek Camp now in that harbor.Farmers' afternoon from 3:30 to 6 o'clock. .

I Camp were at the Ocala House Hatur- and guest of honor stood. All four of : __ The social was largely attended aud I l.m.' "f '

j 1 day. the ladies were beautifully gowned in.1 Institute Me tin.. I the afternoon was very pleasantly .

(: charmingyoung pure white embroidered dresses and I !Saturday was the regular meetingof I Sinclair assisted
Miss Irene Joodyear, a spent. Mrs.1 wa by I GoodsIs
I with the background of and the Farmers Institute fjr the !
greens
lady of Ocala, is visiting at I her daughter, Miss Ethel Sinclair,

Rochelle. white tlottera made pretty pil'ture'l county and quite a number were in I Mrs. W. \ewslwe and Mrs. E. L.

In the sitting room Mrs. C. E'i attel.l aUl't'. almost complete.
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JudgeV.. S. Bullock came down I Carney.In
'I' Abbou and Mrs. IX W. Davis receivedand I The principal business that engaged lemonade and 8
Saturday from 1'. I"tk" to spend sunday the dining room
entertained the guests. In this the attention of the members was the
Mrs. D. E.
with hU family. cake was dispensed by We have the latest novelties in

t __ room delicious punch was served by :I the adoption of a constitution and bylaws Mcfver and tea and crackers by Mrs.J. .

1 Mr. Harry Leaveiiiioodcnme up Mi-te4" Edith Piatt and \' leta pottl'r.I.I which were submitted\ by a )1. ilrnton, which were passed to White Dress Goodsthat

,! r :Saturday from Orlando for a few .I The dining room was I,' committee consisting of George U. the guests by Miles Valeta Potter,

; dajV visit to his parents.- lovely. The center table was .all Mathews, 1... M. Urahuui and Win.Deiiou. ; Masie Bullock and Johnnie Liddou. could be bought in New York City. It

white with only the greens of the I The same wer adopted substantially I Music was rendered by Mrs. \V. M. I would take too much space to j give you the
Mrs. Trustee 1'. Drake returned tall cut I left the hands of the I 81 names of them but you are cordially invited -
i
flowers. In the center was a as they Gain11': '. D. E Mclver, MNWS! Lena .
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home Saturday after a ten days visit I to come and \look at our stock i
gla-ws vase tilled with white carnationsand ,, couimittetj and will appear in the Bullock, Agues Burford and Georgia ara.n .. rmong ii i
WilliamHocktr. I
in Ocala with Mr. and Mrs.
the silver eandelebra at each end :: nest issue of this paper. .
Smith.In .\ our large and varied stock of
-_--_ of the table held white candies with i The adoption of the constitution Ladies' Dress Goods, we will name the following -
The best physic: Chamberlains' I 1SD5 Mr. Israel Brown, of this
dainty little white flower shapedshades. : aud by laws: means a thorough organization :

Stomach and Liver Tablets. Eaoto I of the Institute and Wt be- city, lost a building by fire in :Marion, Pineapple batiste, col'd . . at lOco yd.

@ ttke; pleasant in effect. For bale by from I IS. C., and had insurance policies ou Linen batiste . . . .at 15>?c. Jd.
andcaught Iieve that 111 much
Store. m Su' "ended the chandelier it \\ accomplish
he.\IItl-Muootu ly Drug
I The 8 Embroidered \ n, white and col'd 12k yd.
a i' Mrs. hoc Ivy, olio has beau the down at each corner of the :, good for the farming interests of the same amounting to $4,901.99. Colored maline ... . . . . at lac vd.vd.. C

)1 .Starr tenibergerforthe table with a Urge white satin ribbon i iI 1 county, anti wt- are glad that new life-' policies were transferred to :Mr. A. Lace lawn, white and col'd . at ISc.: .
guest of r>l I I
her home in bow Were dainty asparagus frrns ::, 6 being infused into the organization. K. Leon of Jacksonville. The insurance Striped mouseline . . . at 1M" yd.vd..
paiituetk, returned to campauy resisted payment of the Mercerized ducks white. . . at 'Ac. .
of this fern and cut gl Gainesville Saturday.Mi sprays :I, Bud the matter carriedto Imported tissue, ('(lrd. . . at. :!c. 'd."orded .
was
du-bt'S: of .white and green bou buns assist it in its: !good work. policies zephyrs, col'd . . at 22c Vd.yd..

t, I,>li Li.Lion entertained! her I were.l.Ittt'rt'tlahout over the ladle. ; A Great Sensation. the courts. Leou won out in the Boutt de soire . . . . at V.3c. .

Sunday tII..h..l l cUof I.oy.'ery delightfully t Those who assisted in the dining circuit court aud the supreme court Plain silk mouselin. . . . at 28c. ydvd..

t; Saturday at her home ou Mi-vs Esther Weathers, There was a big sensation iu Lees- has recently affirmed the decision. G Dotted silk mouselin at ,)\,1(. e
!; room were
ville, Iiid. when XV. II. Brown of that
Ocklawaha avenue.A Gertrude I'eredd, Meta Jewett, Mary lIe gets full pay with interest. If you fail to see
------ ---- place, who teas expected to die, had our White Goods
stationery Ileardou, :tiaia and Violet lltrris. All Since Rev. L B. Warren has been
full line of\Chitiug'sline I his life saved: by Dr. King's New Dis- you will miss the best

s may be found at Tydings & Co'a' of the ladies who assisted at the re- !; covery for Consumption. writes: paster of the First Biptist church of of the season.

shades and qualities ception wore go A ns of pure white. Ocala there have been one hundrejl
drugstore. All I 1 endured insufferable: agonies from Our stock of Dress goods has never beenso

1 1 are included in our stock_ .,. As the visitors left the dining room Asthma! but your New Discoverygave and eighty eight new names added to large as it is now. and it will pay you to

white ribbon souvenirs were given I immediate relief and soon the church membership. One hundred come and get our prices for comparison.
Ij Inverness : me
Editor Geiger, of the I
them by little Miss Lillian Anderson. thertrfter etF ted a complete cure." and eighty eight new membersin Come now while our line; is complete.In t

Chronicle, was in the city Saturday tire:...; trimmings! can save } <>u from" I t
.1 where he Similar cures of Consumption, Pneumonia thirteen mouths u certainly a very "
,
<>u hh: way Micauopy
I During the entire afternoon Mr. Bronchitis aud Grip are uuui- splendid record and this church is

I 1 will visit fur- -a-few days.-- -- Leon Fishel rendered beautiful music erous. It's the peerless remedy for steadily growing in all directions.Mr. 3 ; 'iO'STON

j < lit Mary! Little, who has bern which added much to the pleasure of I I all throat and lung troubles. Price ORE Ii.;
Horace Marsh formerly of this :
, fcpeudiug the past ten days with her the afternoon. !I oUc, and $1.00. Guaranteed by the .
city, but now Savannah, spent j :
Mrs Henry W- but the lovliest compliments i I I
['"rtuts"le,. and Nothing Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Tyd- Sunday with his Ocala friends.: He 1.

Little, returned Sunday to Orlan- wtre heard from everyone concerning iugs & Co. druggists.: Tail bottles I
left Monday morning for Pauasoffkee EJI
school.Mrs. beautiful atliir.:
do, where she attends this -
free. m
4 .. he to attend the weld'
--- --- ----- were goes
t .
fine Grapefruit.J. ;
J. J. (ierig and Clitfllrtl.\thler- Spring Ailments. ing of his sister.Ml .
t afternoon: from There is an aching and tired feeling; \\'. Carson, of Frostproof, Polk
wn rttumt'dhmnlay: .
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I the liver, bewcUsaud kidneys become ; ---
in the -
Friday -
county, was ci'y ----- -
a few days fishing trip to Orange t1
the
I and inactive, digestion
sluggish and he brought with himsome of the'',
I Lake. They report a tple( \dul time impaired, with little or no appetite, Humors 1: 15l5\SlS'-5"SlS\Sb 55:55155SL' \.: '''''''. 5 IS''l5'S5lSbiSlS'.5'- !l :
finest grapefruit that could possiblybe ,
for anything, and a feeling
I and nCtllt'tJt luck. no ambition I .
that the whole body and mind produced upon the face; of the l :
I llr. It E. Yougej-, who has been I Aro impure matters: which tte skin, k1IJ 5s
needs toning up. The trouble is: that citrus globe of the world. Mr. Carson',
lines at the liver, kidneys and other organs can
I' putting in telephone been AN ED
during winter, there has : an ac- was enthusiastic regarding his: !section
take of without there it
not car help,
Sat DtA
I Buttgenbaoh mines, came up cumulation of waste matter in the '
of Florida, and said that the orange each an accumulation of them.
urday and is the guest of his parentsfor system. Herbiue! will remove it,
to the secretions a right exit. and grapefruit trees had all they They litter the whole system. 2 1 _
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a few d.iys. and by its tonic enact, fully restore could do holding up the young crop Pimples, boils, eczema and other .SL|

Dr. T. K. Slaughter will leave in a the wasted tissues and give strength of fruit, aud if the season continuedas eruptions, loss of appetite that tired Scrap Iron

few days for Levou, where he expectsto in place of weakness. oOe at AntiMonopoly it had started, he could not predictthe feeling, bilious turn, fib of indigetion *- ,

Drug Store. m dull headaches and many other
practice medicine. He has purchased size of the crop in Polk county.-
troubles are due to them. fletals Rails
Mr. Charles Tydings1 hands Jacksonville TimesUnion.Mr. -
p Mr. \V. C. Casaady, who has been I I i ,
some Mack horse. Hood's Sarsaparillaand ii i
OeaU in attendance
I for several days past in I Berry Griflis, of Bradford county ETC. ETC. ETC.

. Mr. Joseph: Hhuford left Saturday upon his brother, lIon. W. N the father of twenty children, Pills !i ij I

. for llentauduwhere he willertctsev-Dunn- W. Cassadyvho is in Jhe hospital I all of whom are living, and nearly all Remove an humors, overcome an Ii iS j Highest cash price paid( for same :

.' tml boiler foundations: for the there, returned home Tuesday even- ire close to the old gentleman, in the their effects, strengthen, tone and kAr Vt7a *ri MMCnMMMMMr..U*..JM3'"'........ o.,'*-*L V..T_VMMWMIW HMi HMHHHi MHHI iMB
thou Phosphate compahy' and the I ing. We are gratified U> learn from the Thereare !; !
. t. northeast corner.of county. invigorate the whole system. as .
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Saturday after a very trying surgical opera- great grand children. Mr. Griffis could not work. I took Hood's SampariUa SABEL BROS. :
Aeoloredboywasarrested
I tion which it was necessary for him is now nearly 70 years old, but is as and ft drove oat the humor. I continued iJ
morning for entering the residence of I Its nse! till the sores disappeared. MRS.IB.V .
to undergo.-Sumter County Times. strong and vigorous: as most men of O. Baows, Rnmford Falls Me.Hood's Jacksonville. Florida. i
I Mr D. Woodrow Friday afternoon I)
of I I Ocala Grt.'ellhou"e 'oIllIHU1l. J' one or two decades youuger-Tampa Sarsaparilla promises to
and walking on'with the contents .1
Herald. cure and keeps the promise. ;; 5.5\5\-_ __'=' USa'LS_ .5.StSE'EsisSi5"Sl5' 7S S.5iSu SlSLSuu '
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I 1 tj 1 r : LOOK OUT Speaker Compensation Gibbons:: of has Judges.introduced! Representative Mr. Strozier Mrozier Complimented., of Manou. : 15. Formula tells the story : '

will make a strong iniprewiou: upon|
FOR MALARIA. the following! bill: of the legislature when' Chronic Chill Cure
" this! session Grove's
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"An act a:" to compen-atiou of the .
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ft i An epidt,! 'nuc of Malaria! is sure to follow judge of the county court in counties he takes' hold of question atl'ei'tiujs
'V { educational He DJS Not 4 patent Eiedkine: thin spirituous liquid, of a flwtat khter taste, n.de of
: the wet M.'am and the high waters exceeds our problems. I
where the 25,000,
population
r ., which have prevailed all over the given great deal of time to three Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
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and uh judge from "
inhibiting prai-
r South. Malarial and kindred fevers j 1 questions, and, having: had cou.-ider- Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
will tlen-lolot'] to an alarming extent tiring law.
Fluid Extract
WOOD BARK SARSAPARILLAIt
sue! experience, but few men iu 'hrlegiflature Fluid Extract DOG
: General health conditions will be bad; "Be it enacted by the legislature of

\ every precaution should be taken. tile; state of Florida! : are better equipped u> Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

l : The System Must Especially Be For. ection 1. In each county where champion tile cause of higher edura.! i 1 TEc Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay Price, 50crtcr .
tion. The that he wade
f tiled to Resist Malarial Attack the population exceeds 25,000 the campaign ,
ia Marion embrace the lir-t: -
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{t. A trial of fifty years has demonstrated judge of the county court, if any therebe I probably -

that for this tmergtuey, Dr. liars slmll receive for his:: services as suggestions made as to a state UIII- I i I 1't "te. t"nal.

; ter's Iron Tome has no equal.: Iron is such judge the annual salary of*1.W,: versity, and he gave the people m-tnv -> ..; Accept Bishopric. -- ------
t the lighting element in the blood, and facts in relation to other stll.tetlad Rom. April' :JO! -s-HPral cardinals! 1.1S. H K r &
payable quarterly by the county beonging: to the congregation of the .BIGGS.
I ;, the kind of iron supplied by Dr. Jlar- that provided, have adopted the university plan, j I have received letters from Tl. ___ I:
treasurer of county; propaganda
: ter's Iron Tonic is just (the kind the .
I shall exclude and the facts:' he used showed that he j jwas i Mgr Mahonoy. vicar general of the di, ATTORNEYTATLAW.Office
[ ; to that this compensation
e system' ; requires successfully combat ( in Gary-Azncw: etock.IOC.ULA )
r o'ese of New York saying be' had nf
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malarial conditions.: Don't wait until) all saluy, fees or other compensationwhich master of the subject handled.He Intention of acceptin the bishopric FLORIDA.CARLOS .

J you are attacked. Take it now and for the said: judge of the county asked:: the people why Florida of Buffalo. ------ ----.-- --- --

.t j ,. tify yourself; it i is an absolute safeguard court as such might receive or be entitled could not place a stamp of a university $60.000 Fire at unicago.CMcago L. SISTRCN&- II| ,
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and I, at the same time, it is the list t education as any other southern April 20-Fire early toda? ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. yRyR tt
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tonic and I invigorant for the entire tysteni. to under or by any damaged the stock of and property oc Room. :Masonic B1t1dinit. Ocala. Fla 5 ,

.., On the other hand, quinine disturbs other laws, but that it shall not exclude state upon the ooiing generation, aud cu led by the Pyrot foundry and Chicago ----- - -- ---- ----,,- --

the system and I its cumulative or alfect an> fees, salary or he asked why had Florida remained Candy 'onJJl.ny! : tr< the amount of 1 SPENCER

'-;- poison begets greater physical! troubles other compensation" which the county behind in this while so progressive in J60.000. The l loss is covered by insur' l EDWIN

A l than those it is ance.CMS.. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
employed to remedy.)
other matters Times-Union. ,
judge as such may receive or be entitled iOCALA. FLORIDAn .
Where a lad case of chronic :Malaria I 7J
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already exists, take fiR JI.HTEH'SFEYEn to in tbe matter of license or probate Utilizing Waste Products -
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and AGUE SPEf'IFIC. It i b proceedings."Section At Moultrie, Ga., an industry ha I ''I J U FULLER,
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guaranteed 1 to cure. Price 50 cents : _. Tbejndpaof the county just: been established that will, when I DENTIST MAM l /hA( 'H I 1.1 hIF(

IJUT IF YOU WILL court entitled to the salary above duplicated in other parts of the yel*,,.vi FU4e J or '! a'ae atClunnb', Balk, Ocala. FU.Jv IJoor....St-... Ulill"". 'lo..ldIDf

Take BRHARTER'S prescribed' is hereby inhibited from pine belt, add millions of dollar- t II, -- - unl ItuililiiiMaterial.; .
IiIOMPSuNII = !
practicing, law: while he i is holdingthis the resources of Georgia, Fl.lrtb / r ,' Window is Fanrila w
IRON TONIC EXPRESS / \:>ICIAN: : AND -.I'ROEON I j
:F otiice. Alabama and Texas. Entl'q1rl'"I:: I Ia -".- ,r, i .a-c/t (;-,j.c-y. "'I'F- Monteiuma.IAiE I A S]>f'ialt; \ '
You Won't Have Malaria. Price $1.f o capitalists have erected a costly pi.n!, :, i 1. At.\, If -i.A I Purchase
imkc.
All dealers handle, or -end l to DR.HAKTEII The Southern:: Baptist for the purpose of utilizing the <'ii", $l 1 Guarantee our sum-ri'T which 7<> w,

Mum.ixE'o., Dayton, Ohio. Rev. M. A. Clouts, associate audHeld 1 +r : i t tC Sold any
mous amount of waste material n, i S: nth. and! Thereby
editor of the Southern Baptist, i
I!R' f Houston,Tex..Aug., 19U1.c the shape of pine stumps, iightwoi.i I I': 11r ,I Save Money.!
VjA&r "I have used [Ir. Haner's which has recently been established 6 Qts' UAI.FL" : Office ndU' reixi., x., ( .
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and tbe flotsam and jg ;"" : e L u
fffy Iron Tome myself and in my jetsam t :nr> II
family for over twenty,five rears,and in Gainesville, was in the city Monday I ------1 Strrri.r3
can heartily recommend it. 1 retard u umber l and turpentine caw!,*, ,VH
as particularly aluable to ward 06 ma-: in the interest of his publication. ; $4501tP12Q Jamoisng noose rtaineo.An. ":. :: s,:
'. lanai and other fevers. this material will be used for the joi/ .',-ta Ga.. April 20.-A detail of II
J. II. HATES, Mr. 'louts says tbat his paper is
Land and Emigration,Frisco Line. pose of extracting spirits( of tuip} .: ; r*.:", m.) 'n raided a gambling house on

!! (SS.OOO ioaraolee (hit hoe! Usiimomal Is ittulat,) succeeding far beyond the most sane tine aud the various other by-prod> !t- '.)7-r H-oai f street at about 2 o'clock I -----

i'. ;uine expectations of its owners and e:004" ]apt L night, over Henry Oetjen's saloon ,
l of the pine.. The success of theeu -
friends. It is sixteen pages and is! $9 .9' A number. of well known men were I -
I Mr. Arthur Doyle was iu OcalaovtrKunday. ture will be watched with interest i i\> =- found ;.n the place engaged in a game E. T. A LLEN.l't1.D.oc
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printed on good paper. The subscription .1 I .
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cards from
which the
Floridians
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1 s- price i is only one dollar per stack of chips, etc., was presumably rllST
quantities of pine stumps and logs E. I art AIRIST.li .
BLUM & COMPANY!\
Mr. Sam Dell, OGIUU{:fill was in i I poker. A warrant was sworn out
year. which are rich in gum aud tar thai against Jake Goldberg for t
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OealalMouJay.Mr. You know what taking. )land; M1)V.;l) Bay >',t.
< you are have heretofore been left to the mercy gambling: hous, and J. E. Furman 1 '''': .

I' i, ( Frt-u King, of flacon and When you take Grove's Tasters is s of the forest fires and the processes of I i idecay. Jacksonville! flat! i i I were R. H.(da&kt.-.l Young! !and as witnesses.Barney Goetchiii! ; ..,.... ,.. ?Jt': *
; Chill Tome because the formula II
Gainesville, N in the city. .-St.; Augustine Record. I i I I
z plainly printed oa every bottle showing -, --- ---

that it i i3 Dimply Iron and Quinine Cures When Doctors Fall. : ---- --
W. S. Priest, slieiiff of Citrus county I
m a tasteless: form. No Cure. No Pay :Mrs. Frank Chta-son, Patterson, j

i was in the city Monday. Price 50 cents. La., writes June 8th 1901 : "I had
':- t !j FACTS ARE NOT FUTILE

., Mr. Louis Du\ai, of Lt.-l'.burg.:: spent Fine Stock Farm. malaria: fever in very bad form, was |II

t 1! Sunday with friends", in this city. N. A. Callison the n.iu- under treatment by doctors, but as I
phosphate; I
t 1i "; soon as I stopped taking their medicine Eyi'dully( 'w,11 eli+ they lead l to the saviny of dollar* in
you
:i Mr. Williamllocker is", back from a er of Dutton, was in the city for a few !

I! ;}, j>rofe-ii>iitl visit to Tallahassee. hours Monday Mr. Calh-ou is one a sample the fern bottle would of Herbtne return., .found 1 used it ])O'l-f. See what' I have to offer you and be fully coitcinc i'( .

1h of the most hospitable fellows in the I

I::j: ": Mr. 11.14..lttderslu *eat to 1'alat- world. He onus at R-uuiugtou one helped me. Then I bought two bottles ,
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,{ ka Monday on I'rof\"t'-.ioud bu iaes.Mr. of the prettiest: stock farms in the : which completly cured me. I ,

:, feel grateful to you for furnishingsuch
1. state, aggregating 1,660 acres. At this I
X. W. Ellis of Suinmertield, : a splendid l medium, and can I have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete and up-to-date line of
place he has: an elegantly furnished I
f. honestly recommend it to those suffering
was amocg the visitors to Ocala Mon
." home which he places: at the disposalof ;: from malaria, as it will surely ,

i ,- day. his frieudsd He expects to entertain cure them." Herbine ooc a bottle f\t I Dry Goods aiicl Grocerieswhich

)lr. and )Ir!!. George Williams! r a select party from GainesvilletoJayGainell'ille the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m

< this city, Mere \Uitors to Jacksonville Sun. ,The Wailes, Claim._ I I I offer to the people of Ocala, :Marion and surrounding counties, at the
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r <,' Monday.: ____ Attorney General Whitfleld ha most reasonable figure ever before offered to the I
..; Bit Hotel for BrooksvilU. public. realize that the day i i.
Mr. John Mathev s spent Saturday written a very elaborate and exhaustive -
1 A storm company headed by O. \\". here when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give you ,\
afternoon and
[ with friends
tiurulay : at opinion as to the legality! the I

Itoarduian. Rice, has been formed for the purposeof claim of Col. Wailes against the state j this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries that will

1 ti ereetins a commodious three,
; story for his participation in adjusting the supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS XATIN8, SHOES
3 Among the s.aopiierto+ Ocala Monday brick, 50 room hotel, on Brooksvilleavenue ,

: were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Webb, of at Bra+ksville. The hotel Florida Indian War claim against the I HATS, CLOTHING for men and boys is complete and full. The prices shall be
'i government of the United States. i
ddrick. will fill a l long felt want, and will cost made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall be sold. See us. ,
The
i attorney general holds that the I Ij
!about $:)).OOU. The Knights of Pythias I II
Mrs.! C. C. TooJ and baby neice governor had no inherent or constitutional I
ind Masons are planning the erection
a returned Sunday from a week's visit power to fix the compensation : -
of a two story [brick building, the I
to Dun uellou and the ofllce could not have
upper floor to be ufor the lodges
t -- -- lasted longer than four years. He
We are pleased to announce that and the lower floor for mercantileestablishments.
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r 4 says, however, that it is within the [
Mr. I'. B. Dukes was very much improved : s r v
of the I
provision legislature to fix the i i
Monday night.
A Runaway Marriage. compensation for services!' previously

:Mrs. W. W. rendered the state by of
CI'att'er, i>leahantly Monday afternoon there arrived authority

t entertained the boys of her :Sunday::; in Ocala over the north bound AtlanticCoa law, and to make an appropriation

,6i school chii Monday! night. For Brown.
i F; )lr. E. K. Nelson went down to uppo.ed to be from Hilkboroughcounty. The Herald's Tallahassee

fr r Djuuellou Monday( for They proceeded at once to correspondent -
a few
day'ivisit
announces in his letter in
the office of today's
; the county judge, applied
with Judge I. M. Kartou.
that Hon. 14' i c'
paper C. M. Brown of
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i Ocala, will be candidate
Mrs. J. H. Ikville, of Gainesville, I II is and were immediately! married by for governor

in the city the Judge Robert Bullock. in nex.t year's primaries. He is a
guest: of her sister: They were
i Mr. William r. HaNley. Mr. Alpheus Baker and Miss annie man of fine character pull recognized

---- Berry in an. ability, has a strong following and, to

Mr. H. H. Whitworth went to - -- say the least, he will be sure to makeit

l Na.ihvilIeTruu., Monday in the interest Pandarvis-Po nit a rvi s. interesting for
Hon. Robs Once
W. more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own blend of
of the house for which he Monday a marriage licence wag Ddvi+.-Punta Gorda Herald. '
different beans and is in and
----- great growing demand. The
travels. issued to Mr. Pendarvis and Mrs The Baptist, Witness -make the very beat to b* had

Peudarvls who reside near South bold for the money anywhere. We make a specialty of fine
Mrs.' E. Graham. anti Miss Lel* claim that the New Baptist pure Coffee and Teas,

,;,; i; Barnes spent Sunday with Mrs. G'a. Lake Weir. paper to be started this month at and anything sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Low
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: John B. Try u*.
They returned Stetson and
Monday and report at Okahumpka, which be will 1 will be used to .

t having had a delightful time sailing occupy soon with a large stock of hold up hU side of the Stetson t University

on the gulf. good M r. Norman a short time ago controversy. He averts that I extend to you a cordial invitation to make
store
I ? --- sold his business at Richmond to Mr. !Stetson is to "chip in" t5,(flat) a my headquarters when you
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I'ro(. 11 Northi-ut was in the city Mr. Dunn, of O ala.Sa"annahXanl year for two years to help the paperget com e to Ccala. e are always glad to see you and shake your hand. Ask for
,, last Sunday. He H at (present conducting *
on its feet.
Stores Review. -Bartow Courier Informant. ,


' I He a states dancing that school Le will in be liainbridge here aboutthe One studying the cartoons in the A Thoughtful Man. I Il. I S. R. Pyles Old Alliance Store.

; t first of May to a school. Jacksonville! ,
open I> would
papers
s come to J :M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind., I r
Tallahasseean. the conclusion that I .
ex-Senator knew what to do in the hour of,need. |I
Pfed'er! had located a homestead i .
t on His wife had such :
"In time of peace j .prepare for war an unusual case of- -
s the Florida
legislature. stomach and liver
trouble
is not the advice of wise! statesman physician: i ..yiiiMMiHmnaaBBBB

s-: ship. ISolonjtaswe: prepare for war After "spending Sunday in Ocala and could tried not Dr.help King's her. New He thought Life Pills of j:, To Cure a Cold inTake One Day Cum Cripla ; '

we shall have war, Elbert I
Hubbardtays with his family Judge W. :S.::; Bullock and she got relief at once and was'j' Two Day*. /

that we generally have the thingawe ; returned to Palatka Monday to reconvene finally cured. Only 25e, at AntiMonopoly Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.MB& A PJI on
every
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4 't prepare the circuit court. Co. Drugstore: and Tydings m & I asses torn toMh past 13 month This signature, (9.c ly'rvt.i box.25c. j

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-MOTTO: THIS PAPER WILL NOT I COMPLIMENTARY TOEDWARD : Handcuffed Glob Trotter Arr vu. The Baptist Tea. Council Meeting. Doings of the legislature.

FAWN AT THE FEET OF THE MAN WHO I M. Bernstorff Schroeder, of Cop enhigen The usual monthly silver tea given The most important work transacted The question of temperance ocea-

HAS SUDDENLY AND WITHOCT MERIT MRS. HOLDER Denmark, as announced in by of the ladies of the Baptist church by the city council at the meet- pied the attention of the senate
THE TOP OF TIlE HILL; NOR
REACHED I this paper Wednesday morning, arrived took place yesterday afternoon, Mrs. iogTues-day night w ad the fixingof: the Thursday. Senator Faulkuer bill t*
KICK THE MAN WHO IS GOING
WILL IT
Mrs. Austin the Hostass of a Beautiful William Hock the hoste. of officials for amend section 1 of
DOWN IT. I in the city Wednesday afternoonover being salaries the city the next chapter 493, to

-- -- -- Affair. the Atlantic Coast Line. Mr. Mr*. Mocker's home was thronged ensuing: fiscal year beginning June prohibit the sale of intoxicating

SJLSA SISASSTS: SASS1S, Local Ziitor Another delightful social event of I. Schroeder edits the leading\ sodalist during the entire afternoon and a 1st. liquors within four miles distaweofpublie

., the spring season baa come and gone, newspaper in Denmark, which goodly sprinkling of gentlemen were The salaries fixed were as follows: or private schools! and boa e4
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1 the occasion being Mrs. Jean Kellogg has & circulation of 50,000.} aaopre-! eut. Mayor, flo per month; marshal, of worship. The bill was slightly
: HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Dr. .
I Austin's beautiful card party from 3 In August 1901. it announced that Iu the reception hall fruit punchwas 150; policemen, $5Yj; attorney, fiO; amended so that the changes to the

to 6 o'cl Wednesday: afternoon in it would send a representative around served by Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, clerk 50; collector, Ji5: ; fire chief, 560; present law are very Insignificant

I Reeve, oftLevoc, was in Ocala I honor of Mrs. Edward Holder. the world handcufled, starting from -f Sumterville, and Mrs. F. L. Watson sanitary! inspector:: and street superintendent Senator MaVilliams' memorial

i yesterday- I Ii I The hostess and the guest of honor I home without a penny and without while the guests were suppliedwith {4j; superintendent electric ngred asking for the passage of

its cake by Mhrs j Agnes Burford, $"5 firemen }3Aand35 what is known as the Brownlow Mil
i Col. :Syd. L. Carter, Gainesville!!! fain I I wers assi-tted in the receiving room I begging, and so far representativehas light plant, ; ; I ,

1 1I I by Mrs. Kellogg! Mrs. Bessie McConnell completed two thirls of his con Edith Platt, Sue BAKO and Maxie treasurer: JJOO: per annum. or any similar measure by ooogNa
the city.
; Mrs. E. L. C..ruey and Miss; tract. Bullot-k. The officers are to pay for their own pasted to its third reading.

I' Mr B. K. Thrower, jr., of Gainesville Mary Apperson.!!! Delicious punchwas p Mr.__ Schroeder i is relieved of his The parlor and dining room were bonds. Senator Carson's: bill i ring COGudH

to in the city. serve.! by Mrs C. E. Abson and handcuff for a limited period every thrown together and at one end of The offices sanitary inspector and certain rights of eminent domainadvanced was
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it Mrs. Pearl Mason. thousand! miles. He is then r -b&ud. the room astage: had been erected converting !street superintendent were con!oli-. to its third reading. TIaH

, Dr. W. V. Newsom! has", gone to St. Mrs. Austin's attractive home was culled by the editor of the newspaperin the rooms into a small concert dated.A gives county commissionersrights Nft&la

I Petersburg on a short visit. made still more attractive Wednesdayby the city in which Mr. ijchroeder hall permit was granted to the Ben a* to securing material frost
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j Mrs. C. C. Tool, we are glad to the addition of quantities of cut chances'" to be, and the key is forwar A musical and literary programwas jamin Bro to conduct a market. abutting property for the building of '

J state, i ifl very much improved. Mowers, ferns, ivy and potted plants, ded to the editor of the leading newspaper rendered each member of whichwas The matter of putting signals at the hard surface roads.

: which were placed about over the a thousand miles ahead of himon heartily enjoyed. Mi s Addie crossing of the Seaboard Air Line NEW BILLS.

1 Col. W. N. Camp and Jack Camp house and added much beauty and his route. His handcuffs will be : Hanshrougn: of Elizabethtown, Ky railway at the Magnolia street crosr- By Senator! aam -FUgulaliuz the

:i are at the Ocala House.!!! fragrance to this lovely home. removed in Tampa by the editor of the talented sUter of Mrs. locker, slag made a speeUl order for thesecond impounding of cattle by mlJniei$

Capt. D Long, of Candler, was At ten table the gursis were seated the Tribune and again by the trading gave several readings, which were meeting in h'y.SeJmour's corporations: ; oi!*> to revoke 1aa1> _

among the visitors to Ocala yester!! and twenty rounds of progressivewhist editor at Panama and so on. particularly! enjoyed.The abclih the municipal ton of Sew
Tie Cutter.
was pli 'ed. The scores were The southern ttes! were not origi- following is: the program in full Smyrna: and organize a city gorem*

day.Mr. kept by MUd Ap|>eryon and Mrs. Car nally in Mr. jsjhmeier's route but he as it w u rendered : Cutting cros-sties: ; for railroads is I I ment.
and Mrs. Edward Holder returned industries In the'
of the
after- ney on dainty little hell ehaped tally I is!!! coming this way in order to advertise i Instrumental solo, Mrs. E. L. one biggest o By Senator Williams, to aathoriftd

to Dunnellon yesterday e.rdol. the desirability of this section for Carney. United States. I the City of Fern ndina to issue: 116..

noou. Later the tables were quickly transformed Danish immigration and writes letters Quartet, Mrs. Hocker. Mrs. Goin, Ties are shipped from this countryto I GOO: of bonds, in compliance with a
of Floral City, was of the world where there
Hatheock
Dr. by the addition of dainty daily to his paper of our climate, Misses i Bullock and Liddon. all parts recent bonding election for municipal 1
visitors on Wednes:: Yet the these
among Ocala.1J covers of snowy linen, furs tempting resources, conditions, etc.Mr. Reading, :Miss Hansbrough., are railways.: hewingof purposes.By .

a, day. menu, which formed an appreciable Scbroed lecturted last nightat Cornet solo, Mr. A. E. Gerig. ties i is done by the old fashioned Senator Stockton:! relating (9

) % A little daughter walt born to Mr. ending to the afternoon's enjoyment.At the armory just: be!ore the hour Vocal ::!solo Mr. W. M. Dale. broad ax and foot add. corporations not for profit; also; (by

and Mrs. James Poorer m this city the close of the games ou adding announced for the Rifles' dance. His Riding, Miss Hansbrough. It fell to the lot of an Ocala man to I request), for the relief of Sarah F.

Tuewiay.Mirf up the scoreit was" fouud that MissEagleton exptrienee has been very novel aid Quartet, Mii Bullock.Mrs. Hocker, invent a simpler and speedier method I Van Wagner and others"' to anieoi

had made the high wore of picturesque and the papers ?pt'likt'ry Messrs Nah and Gerig. of preparing these ties!!! for use. sections 2 and 3 of chapter II 2.defining

Elizabeth league, of Lady fifteen and to her wv awarded an highly of him as", a lecturer and he has/ Mrs. Hocker and her sister were Mr. B. H Seymour, of this city, usurious contest*; also to

Lake, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. exquisite point lace handkerchief.Mrs. I well authenticated letters testifyingto charming hostesses and the silver tea has invented a cross tie cutter aud in amend section 3 of chapter 4178, re*
few minute he has one of these ties
A.league. Hooker was fortunate in cuttingthe I the fact that be is a gentleman yesterday was a big suu-cess.! a Utiug to the prevention of cruelly to

consolation prize, a st of drawn. worthy of all attentions and courtesies ready for shipment i| children and animals; also to amend
Mr. Henry Dutiou.jr., of Gainesville : Dr. E. Vau Hood is", now at Idle- In the old all the went to \
! work rioter bowl doilies Roth prize shown him. way sap section 2114 of chapter 4, rvleerl
visitor to Goal wild, California, and in a letter received ;
was a pleasant waste but under :Mr. Seymour's pro-
I were the work of the hostess: and His lecture last night was interesting statutes, in relation to indent of
from him Wednesday he states all this is utilized into splendid
yesterday.Dr. were exceedingly beautiful throuiibt, and was well attended. cesd apprenticeships.By .
thatif'Uanear Pa ra-1Ue as mortal for box material and it is
T. K. Slaughter left yesterdayfor The following ladies", enjoyed Mrs. veneer Senator Dimick, amending tie:
mind can conceive. Dr. Hood said
i valuable than the tie
where he to take Dr. Austin's", hospitality Wednesday: The Man in Handcuffs. really more charter the Dade County Sear!t-
\. Levon, goes that he had seen Mr. and :Mrs. Dye
Mesdames! Edw. Holder, E. L. Car- Mr. BernstoriF Shroeder, the it-elf. Company of Dade County.By .
Reeve's place.Mr.audMrd. and Mrs. Con a-11, who W.-i before her of the machine is
ney, Bessie McConnell, C. E. Ab.On, moue)less: man belting the globe in I The principle Senator Blount, joint resolution j
:Mb.a Elli all of whom .
marriage Dye with that of
C. B. Uiee, ofwtTkee.areiu Pin- Pearl Mason: L. A. Finch Geo. Mae- handcuffs, l lectured at the irtuory almost identical a piper proposing in amendment of 6eetkMi
were formerly resident of ibis: city.
the city guests of the kay, W. V. NrWbom, Msry Ea.-letoo, last night: and gve an interesting cutters) familiar in All newspaperoffices. of article 8 of the Constitution, in relation -
He elated that Mr. C. E. Abaou is
Moutezuma hotel. I Frank Harri*, G. T. Maugh, Cbas.Rhein&uer. description of his novel and picturesque to county offleers; also to peg,-
still at Hot springs, Arizona. Mr. When Mr. Seymour getshU machine I
late T\ylnr, R.L. Anders tour of the world. How he was II I i vide for insuring by the elate pioyr-
Ur. J. G. Baskin, of Dui (n1ton, was Abson will return to OcaU in about perfected there will be millions
you, Cbas. I ydinjfs William Hoek> r, captured in New York by Hearst's I ty against loss by fire; also joint r* *'-

in Ocala yesterday and paid this oflke D. S. Woodrow, Edward Hitler, Mallory Amerieau and gave an exclusive two weeks.- in it. II lution proposing: an ameodmeet ,,f

a very pleasant call. Liddon, :\1. F. imtuoos, of Kansas interview to that paper, and stolen Christian Endeavorers. Summer N rmal. sections 0 and 24 of article S, and to

ostrleli farm Mo. B. J. Potter S. T. Hi2l" the Call from the Examiner in The annual convention of the The Orange Spring Normal Institute -I .
the ,, in Jae1- City, by repeal section 8 of article 8 of the r.''>u
4 r A fire will open for the fourth summerterra I II
trunk. G-o. ilobiuMJU J. B. C. San Francisco.The Florida Christian Endeavor Association stitution to the author ..
eouville Tuesday de royd *eeralostriches on Monday, June 8, and ",-ou-I I relating :
and ostrich Koouer, of Humtervillf, G. C. Crow, lecturer is impressed with the will be held in this city at the I I tinue twelve wet'bJo Full normal and the state over municipal auth"rti; -.-.
:: ::! eggs.Mewre.
\t-\\ J. F.1o sward+, D': W. DAVIS, Howard fact that we have very live and curious Christian church May 4th, 5tL and commercial work will be carried. For I I The purpose of toes chauft art to

M 'I:a'bern, of aQd Misses America.. 6tb. The meeting promises to be an particulars address! .
U. W. Munn' Mary Artwrenn. journalists wake the law relating to ntani'-ii.i..
occasion of much interest. It is expected J. H. BRISSOS, i
louts, and D. J. McKaehern: of Pine, Esther Weathers Vakti Patter, When Mr. rihroeder made the trip ties uniform.
that nearly two hundred deleCites 4 :?3 d6t wit Gainesville, Ha. I II
Wednesday.Mrs. and Edith Platt edam and I from New York Sin Francisco he I I
.'i were in the city Mary i to will be in attendance. Mr. Loran of En-ambit, teUtit.g to

Violet Harris, Margaret Eagleton, had crossed the American continent Dance at the Armory. I! mixing or adulteration of spirits \'fturpentine.
J I N. Green eonUnue"ery !
Kate iarusby! Hattie Dye. Agues I and did all he agreed to do, but the Mr. George F. Dittmir, formerlywith After the lecture last nigfct there .

i low. Her mother arrived Wednt'.aayJ Burford, of Dixon Spring, Tenu., thought no doubt occurred to him: the Bradley Phosphate Company was a military dance which w"- !! Mr. Loftiu, to regulate the sale of

;'4 to be with her in her illness. Annie Davis Gertrude Pereda! and "How can I return to my home in at Fitzgerald has succeeded Mr. greatly enjoyed. Mr. Leon Fisher ,, real estate.

. 'J! Mrs. R. .\. Green arrive iu Oats Sue Bareo. Copenhagen and say that I had madea A. S. Anderson a* superintendent of I t presided af the piano.Mr. Mr. Gilehrist, to auth >r/ie; them u-

1utlrJII1\ftefUOOn and U the guest tour of the world and had not visited the Buttgenbach mines. Mr. Cbu. I not A. Burford, jr., wit! : ty commissioners of any ouunty to 1

, of herdughler, Mrs. T. B. Suyder.Mi Before the ii afore Ocala-the home of the Ocala platform U. Lloyd, of this city,has been made I leave today for Annapolis, :Maryland, :: have abstracts of ti'l-s\ and lutuaients -
.
--- Isis honor, the mayor, was confronted and the Queen City of the Landof i assistant superintendent for the Butt- I. where he will enter Professor Wurtz'sschool made.
Bullock Mr. Wells to in u.", -tabh-h ,nd
and Marie with quite all attractive prcPcession erg
I Lena interests and left
*** Flowers? genbaeh yesterday t.cf prepare himself for the examination -
um afternoon regulate the municiptl; i".eminent of
efiteruinat military t1mcb yesterday morning. He couldn't do it, for the anti-fm* for Holder where his headquarterswill to enter the Naval Aca'lemy.

for Misses AgneaBurford and Dr. Otto Grothe, Ocala's eminent I peraliats of Europe have au effection- be. While the friends of Mr. The examination will occur iu Tarpon Spridgs. i

Ad,tie n.lorouJb., chemist, was before him for refusing"Jto ate regard for1Itlawitb or without Lloyd regret to lose him they congratulate June. Mr. Tramnaell of Pulk to pr.ol it

the special license tax. the false labeling of ilru;(, easel ack-
pay its platform and our peninsularstate him on the excellent position -

Judge McKinney: Bariou, accompanied The doctor was represented by his Miss Emma Smith, of Anthony, age, medicine, wine, beer,, liquor, etc., k
he has secured.Speaking
I. MBar- as the good Mohammedan has i
by his brother, Mr. attorney, CoL Edw. Spencer.The who has been the guest of Mrs T. and fixing a penalty therefor.Mr. .
toaihvide of the city of Mecca. *
ton, of Dunnellon, returned attorney asked for a continuation about chickens, Mr. C. Y. Troxler for the past two weeks, returned Tra smell of Polk, to prohit.t
Mr. Shroder is in love with America -
Tenn., yesterday. of the case until next W.dnes- Miller, of Leroy, who was in Ocala home Wednesday. Sue was o the publishing false and mislead: :
and is with
\ especially delighted
day. The request was granted. Wednesday said that from forty brown accompanied by her sister, Mrs. William : reports relative to the climate ...r .
Co!. Martin YauBuren VauXess Florida and will speak a good word ,
Charlie Coleman, one of our sabel leghorn hens he has already sold M. Rose, of Hines. weather conditions in thin state iLII 3
turned from MUsouri Wednesday and for it through his newspaper to in- I I
Jehus, was arraigned on aebarge of sixty dollars worth of eggs this year, : the result thereof. l lA
at
left in the afternoon fur bis home tending immigrants. Mrs. C. L. Gonyon, acd: Miss i
violating the hack ordinance. He has one hundred and fifty little chickens \ Second Evarts. '
Inverness. of Uirtha's Vineyard. Mass i
was fined 55 and costs.. Anderson-Bark sdale. all doing nicely and an abundant Gonyon, ; Forty lines U pretty long far Wesentence
Swtheruht3iti |I who have been in Oeala for the past j but that b what H. W.
at !! ,
printed of He !
tried for *
us
1 The Henry Stewart was charged Mr. J. A. Anderson and Miss supply eggs family says
i few weeks, left for their home Wednesday I Long got into the Ocala Banner Friday
Gainesville, 16 pages for oue dollar with violating the ordinance against Clarice Barksdale, both of Augusta, that chicken raising in Florida is a I afternoon. While in Ocala they in a communication. The fei ;

16 to lays .that it is printed to disturbing the [oeaee. He was fined Ga., will be married in June at the paying investment I crop was the last word.-JarkttooiWe a
stopped at Mr. Whetstone's on South'!
"!"supply need." |.5 and costs home of the bride. I I Metropolis. "
--- P. O. Chappell arrived Wednesday Fifth street
Mr. Anderson u eonneeted with I Mr. Arthur R. Gray, formerly of
.
for
Mr. C. H. Lloyd left yesterday Whist Club Entertained. and- will play with the Live Oak
hU new I oneof the bank of Avgusta and is a I If..Uow Mrs. B. P. Wallace is very sick at this city, but who has been at r>t.
Holder to aisunie charge of at her team this season. Chappell is i:: a fine I II
Wednesday afternoon pretty prominent in social eireles. Miss her home in this city and is in used Petersburg for the past year, passed
io ition as assistant uiperiutendent perfectly sober, as straight asa I
home on Ouondago Hill, two miles Barksdale spent last winter in Ocala of medicine and medical attention.We through Ocala yesterday after* on''n
of the liultgeubaeh phosphate mines.::! shingle and u, without doubt, the
__! :south of town, Mrs. T. T. :Munroe was the guest of her cousins, Misses lola best ball pitcher in Florida. The hope her needs will be supplied his way to Pittsburg, Pa. He has a'-

{i Major E. W. Peabody, traveling the charming host of the MarriedLadies' and Johnnie Liddon and made many Live Oak boys were exceedingly for- by the good people of the city. ."epteda position with the Wtlttt'uI -

representative of the flridTim sj Whiit club. This was the here who will be Electric
friends interested to I house Company.
i tunate !n securing his services.Live Messrs. C. Y. Miller; of Leroy, aud
Uniou, was in the city yesterday in first time the club had met in some learn of her approaching .
murisge.I '
j I Oak Crescent. Neweomb Bareo, of Cotton Flint, will i I }f,. Charles L. Fildea, of Jaek."I.I..l- ,
the interest of that exiwlleut daily: wek and the meeting Wednesday, '
Dance Tomorrow Afternoon.Mr. attend the Cane Growers convention vile a prominent and prouooacedcandidate i
; paper _. for this reason, was ail the more en- I We peeped in at the market yester- I I
- -' Ga. 6th 7ih and :I for congress from the
at Macon, May ,
and Mrs. L. P. Jumeau have
of the joyable. day and saw a nice display of tomatoes I
1. 0 Mr. P. H. Ruhl!, manager I Secocd district, a a visitor to 0eIla
't r Hill Printing Company, of Gainesville There were four tables of progressive i issued invitations", for a dance at the potatoes, cucumbers, young Sth. _- _ today on professional! business. t

was in OcaU yesterday. Mr. whist and the afternoon was armory tomorrow afternoon from 3 to onions, beans, lettuce, beats, cabbage, Mr. J. B. McCorkle has returned to
1 thisinteresting o'clock for their blackberries Ocala. During hU absence he closeda Emmett Kobiaoa and Miss Flit
lluhl is the Florida very pleasantly: spent playing daughters, Misse:i peas: etc. Notwithstanding -
printing
: now
game.: Susie and Alice. the dry weather and the sale of pebble phosphate: land lying Fretwell returned yesterday: aft.ta.
Christian Advocate and the Southern
fine Mrs. Munroe was assisted by Miss The children are looking forward to winds there are no evidences of starvation in DeSoto county belonging to Mr. I from Weirsdale!! wbere'hy w.a"
Baptist. Both papers are very I it i
Munroe and MUs Nan Williams. the event most eagerly. in this section of Florida. Alex. McNeil to a Mr. Wright. attend a dance Wednssd i+ gbt. iz.
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f TH; OCALA BANNER, APRIL 't, 1903 :
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I ; --GOOD ROADS.- -- and-would enjoy ao ever prei ent and OLD FASHIONED PREACHING. IS JENNINGS A C0NDID0TE?' !i ;,1'

FALLING
THE OCALA BANNER. I never ceasing luxury. -- I HAIR

I Three noted New York miuL-ters Tho Most Influential Legislators Believe .
And then with the amount of money I

FBASS HASSIS 2iiter.: Good NOTK.-WC Road Association have been to asked contribute by an the articleon State j asked for ,the comiuiwicuers will be last Sunday preached good old fash, I he Will Enter the Senatorial I _

the building of these thoroughfares amd da New
P. 7. IeiTezsJ, Business aaer. not know that we eta do better than to reproduce ( able to cobweb the county with good loued, sin scorching sermons to Race. !
article wntten about four Your Hair
-- ao years ago Save with
when the scheme lor bounding Marion County roils: giving no one ectioa an advantage York congregations.Dr. Gov. Jennings will probably be a
for Sioo.ooo for the purpose of building Good I denounced ,
Douald Sage! Mackay
Roads was an issue.-Ed. Banner. I over another. I candidate for the United States senate

The UcaU Banner is in favor of any t I Ocala of course, it not entirely un fast, I living and predicted social 1 and in the primaries: to te: held in 1 $)4. Shampoos of

and every movement that will be of i m-lfish iu this matter. But she i is al moral duster. Vulgar ostentationursavs : This, ncwiliDi: ? to the correspondeutof \

benefit to the farmers-the I has rood is at its flood, and the rorupe
prudueersthosrupun moat so. Ocala already The Metrof-olia lit TaHaDU I
all riot of luxurious society i is killing. Cuticura Soap and
whose efforts we are She has them within t : influential Dresses
roads. not only I. the opinion of many of the rn i

dependent.Good I her incorporate limits but they l lead borne life. He declares: members: New York becomes evening aft of Cuticufa
every
road will be a boon to them out several l mile in the four cardinal have been interviewed since the session : ,
Vauity Fail, wh -r.. irrational: and I

when nothing else will. directions, and are all paid for. too often degraded,.; pleasure lures* men began. tSpeaktutc about tbM, a ;.,

XVe beliethe farmers owe it to The Deal Banner plead for g1- and omeu by the thousand toils prominent senator said Thursday 10
BELIEVING I
THE BANNER
THOSE lono AT: THE TOP WELL, ABLE TO themselves to haK()()( roads roads in behalf ot the wives, the buys :, !Tided: shrme. aud before that shrine The Metropolis reporter: I Purest!, S Sf mat, M _

? TVKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS I I and the girls on the farm, whose live ,I man thinking and plain living are Guv. ,
"Yes, I believe that: Jennings
TiKES ITS STAND IX THE BARRICADES Why should they wear their lives nightly immolated. aid EcolllicaI! R_
.
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, they would brighten.It will be candidate, for the United
out plodding over miserable share in
sandy The poor man, unable to
i- AVD ITR FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR can conceive of nothing else that
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE roads throe wanton extravagances, chafes States senate at the primary to toe

BOTTOM Good toads will mean good teams, : will add BO much to the deligbtfulutt i beneath the restrictions, and hatred held in 1901. My reasons for sa>iug For Making tie Hair km *fcg k $ j

----- ------ I of farm lifts, as jzood -- ----- this Well of the
---- --- : ? the tone
govtro-
and why shouldn't our farmers have All! Else Fails.
.
of separation.Dr. ; :
An oil gusher has been struck near >
both Massage Abro.d. or's message; the appointments he
Mackay said that by many the -
: Bristol Va. Great excitement.The .
j
has made office
during his term of ,
To have good roads our formers not Governor Jennings' menage not
,
seer t of the simple lfe: could not be .
Prevent baldni .
Florida Senate fiVorun appropriation only owe it to themselves, but they only made a favorable impression at the utterances. made by the Daily UMM dtt
}learned. They have lived too long in scalp of croMi, scales and liudniff.
it to their home but abroad as well. Capital (well known as the organ" of
of$40,000 for a governor'smansion. I owe wives, who certainly
the cellar of their appetites and the shampoos of utic r* Soap a.g .lint
f perform enough Th* following editorial! from the! the txiwlnistratioatheconstsatand) ; / .
_. drudgery to extract reek of the kitchen wasin their brains. dressings with t tkora, pvrwi e(

t some real pleasure from life, once a Baltimore Manufacturers' Record is a painstaking manner in ;whicb the emollient and greatest of skis I uses.
Chicory, the- ideal substitute for They must die as they had lived in I +
week at least.A fair sample of the outbide criticism governor has advertised the work This treatment at oat Kop fllltl
k coffee, Is now being grown extensively the tyranny of those tastes which
drive to church on a beautiful made upon it: done by him in the convict matter hair remove crusts. scales u4ruS .....
In Colorado. their surroundings had stimulated.He ; d *trur* hair paruitM. seettksIrritated
Sunday morning overhand roads will The message of Gov. W. S. Jennings and the prominent put: be takes in Itching
to asked God's grace to help train. Mrtai.'e, It--
One billion pounds of cotfee are consumed be an oasis in the lives of farmer' to the legislature of Florida, now in the new generation! in the good old political contests all over the state, all the hair follicles, Iwoeeni the teal,Afe. ,
States for which
in the United
wives. session, is a model one in many re- points to his caudidancyas straight supplied the root writ scarp u<

the sum of$: ,Ol"\) I is paid. Our farmers not only owe it to themselves specs. Governor Jennings shows course of simple innocence and pure as the finger of fate. You will see nourishment, and make the heir. |r..

religion.Dr. upon a sweet, wtofoioaM, 1w11
All efforts should now be bent to and their wives to have good himseit thoroughly alert to the im. Charles H. rkhuM preached that he will useth:! Indian war claim scalp w hen all eit fail* 1

make the University of Florida become roads but they owe it to their child portance of education, of good roads, fund as a lever to help him along, Million DOW Mir on Catirart seas
I |.owrrfully on original sin. vlau, as ajsitted' by lutidtr* Outuww, .
to the state all its name implies. of forestry aud of drainage! and re- and that his:: influence will f\e exerted skin for
---- ren.The we know him," he declared, "is essentially great cure prwnriM, parityFng -
aim of every man should be to clioiatiou:. of land, aud to the importance in opposition to any measure diverting and bmmtif)'ing tit. *km, rwnh The spring term of for circuit court bad, and mere evolution will lug the scalp of crusts, stolen, tfi
leave the world better than he foundit of Florida's keeping with this fund from the
pace paying state dandruff and the
of
for Volusia county met aud adjourned .tchaugtt hin." He insisted that Hopping Mfcl

for those who live after him. southern development. In coucludiog debt, so that he can Use: this as au hair, for tofteoing whatoiqr ae*
without the trial of Oar heart
a case. reformation comesy the divine Mthing red rough, aDd tore .....
Good roads will enable the most -of his message he presents a condensed additional advertisement for himbclf. for raises
,
bleeds for those overworked judges. touch and i is not spontaneot Jy developed baby itching s sol=
us to do this. view of that development, and ." in the form of bathe for
by natural process. Irriutiom and iodainiBatJOM. K twfrert
The Jacksonville Metropolis refersto
How much more cbt't'rrullift.> on a traces Florida's participation In it, The Farmer's Wifeis
or O ebsiveperrptmica, I N i
The clergyman! protested' against
Ion Farrisas the "well known" farm would te to the country toy and I especially during the past twenty very careful about her churn. She form of washes fur HkrntiT* ....a.
: L; the idea of making Christianity som'- and MMtrvt >
nesies,
maay '-nf"
Mr. Farris
U .
young attorney. carving girl with good roads He outlook scalds it thoroughly I after .
leading to years. presents a hopeful u ing, and which readily titter
furposw injeet
I idea that
the -
his way right to the front at the school I, the church, the village and the and his menage throughout i is au thing popular, everybody gives it a sun bath to sweeten it. the ieheJ to..a sal .t twa. as 14

a Jacksonville I' is almost a Christian, and that knows that if her churn is our it will as for all UM porpoMi o* UM MNrt, ) t
!
place renewed efforts in
trusting encouragement to
1 ------ they would be entirely so if they taint the butter that is made in it bath, and aoiwry. sale graner ttaa
I ;: The rll.ilroad'Ommi: would go to church a little more, give itomacb ill acbarn. In the atom1ach i Sold tbrvugnout UM civill.d wrii
; an order making the Scent rate on 'he schools of the county closer immense possibilities. and digestive and uutrive tracts ,'
be Ie sensual In ----
upguearitigand! -s
the L. and N. imperative and together. ar. -
"' opera I i performed processes whi<'b are exactly .
Brown's Candidacy his conclusion Dr. Parkhurst said :
I tive May 1. The matter will be carried The) boy and the girl will think akin to the churning of butter !j T. MURPHY
>. In another column of this paperwe There are times when we realize It is apparent then that If this
to the courts. I nothing of taking a tea mild spin on stomach j
------ print a news item stating that with unwonted clearness' the deep churn is "sour" it sours all that ili.put ,
A bill creating commission whose I their bicycles to the school and the taint that infects the individual heart, into Machine and lrMWorl
: it? The evil of h $
" : Hon ( )[. Brown, of Ocala, will be a a sour stow. ] ( .
duty it shall be to investigate all church. and when we appreciate with a keenness acb i is not the bad taste in the mouth !,
candidate for to succeed
.S governor
claims against the ludUn War Claims Added to this great pleasure we can : full ff pain how dismal is any and the foul breath caused hy it, but !I
Jennings. This is auotbercontirmation :j Iron lira and |{ .. >
Out
1, doctrine full of ersonal! holme*? that: r HM *
.
be
fund has been introduced in the Florida see where this will result in great corruption of the pure current of !!
of the fact. that !some of our contemporaries grounds/: itself only I on the heart's! the blood and the : in>0 : Marhluc and I'.".,.
senate. The commi-Jiion i is to consist economy to the tax payer. dissemination" of Shop.MarliiruHd IUH-.
were a littl bit too hasty in natural ('ou iniuJi.! disease throught the body Dr. :
of five, three of whom rnuit be Many of Ihe jumping on the Davis band wagon.It On quite different Hue, but with ce's Golden Medical Discovery

'. i lawyers, HU i the Uryof each is to suspended for failing to keep up B too early in the rl;bt to pick out effective pleading, Dr. Newell Dwight be sour stomach sweet. It does for 610 to 61? E, bar St JaskseavMs s

tie $1,000 the r..quirt'd't'ragt>, can be con!* 1i. the stomach what the washing and I
C { - --- the best mau, or to name the wiuurr. Hillis protested agio the sowing of,
; dated and made strong. won bath do for the ohurn-absolutely
It is no louger the State Agricultural : wild which false Jerry Burnett
When all the Cindidates are in the oats : philosophycondones '
CoUt'ghut the University of The larger a school is the better it i is removes" every tainting: or corruption :
field, ue" shall look them over, and as jouth's harmless: flying element. "GoMen: Medical Discover :
Florid If it turns who supposed to be. MerchantTailoring.
out
(pupils .
give our support to I mot necessarilythe with wicke-lne: It i is not necessary, ) contain no alcohol, whiikey or i
fame its ancient namesake The same rule also applies to the
acquire as other
winner) that man who we believe hes:uid, to "::he: lire" in the vulgar intoxicant: and no narcotic.. I
hu robes. --'- -
in Georgia has, no one will ever have --
f. will best serve the interests of the meaning. He declared that in hU The repeal: the incurable insanity: ,
of of Instead of feeble, struggling
Ciuseor regret change name.
people Madison own youth he bad not fallen. and that divorce bill was killed in the senate Ocak: Ftartds,
The University of Georgia i is a good hurcht here and there, with irregu- I IJ Recorder.
-- he entered the ministry without Friday.30ois1. Finest Import and

institution and has produced some oftb'e J services, good, strong churches cane Beware of ClKaests tcr Catarri; TiCentals knowing vice. He said : Domestic Clot hi*, .

' .., f greatest men of the: south.Metn > maintained in every neighbor Hsrczry, Some time young men, there will men will employed on tb..1 ('utttng'a 'pt'CiaItJ ..

> >olis. hood. ... as mercury will surely destroy the Panama anal. i
i
P come achy when you will walk downa Fits" t i uarok4ed

Perhaps before the end of the present Good roads will bring the farmer sense of ernell and completely derangethe church aisle with a pure,sweet maidat ----- -- ---- -- -- -

nearer the markets nearer to jour side. Then would have!
session" of the I legislature we shall town, whole system when entering it you
nearer to the and your right arm cut off to undo your
phosphate
the
mining through mucous surfaces. Such
kuow to whom indebt-
exactly : we are
evils of previ- us jeais.: McMillan
*d for the ludiau War Claims; wind. amps. articles should never be Used except I !sometimes think the Son of God : Bros

e fall. Whether rightfully or wrongfully Good road will not only bring the on prescriptions from reputable physicians came into this world, to furnish us a :.

Wailes just now seems to te farmer nearer these places, but they as the damage they will do is standard! of manhood. We have had

will enable him to haul much heavier great men, but these are as candle!
ten fold to the good
getting the largest share of the credit you can possibly Southern
loads with much lights to the star that rose in Bethlehem Copper Works.
i -; though his name has scarcely been greater ease. derive from them. Hall's Catarrh ,

The amount the county commis- Cure, manufactured F. J. .
by
k, mentioned connection with it Cheneyct If I have read history aright if I

y: during the past twenty years lonersa a"kJto| allowed to set aside Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury have correctly interprettd the great

/ for this purpose will enable them to and is taken internally, acting teachers, there is one little pathwaythat Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills}

HOPELESS buy the most improved leads to and prosperity.That .
CASES. machinery, directly upon the blood and mucous peace

and the roads can thus be built more surfaces:: of the system. In buying is the pathway is which the feet and General Metal Workers.
When the doctor leaves and says the of Jesus walked, the pathway of obedience
case is hopeless what remains to be cheaply, skillfully and expeditiously. Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get law
to of meekness
done? self-sacri
Nothing, if the doctor's word is
And who will pay for this great the genuine. It is taken internallyand lice of love and
final. Much, if }ou will listen to the sympathy, where .
A statements of men and women who were luxury? made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J, men are helped up and not pushed

once ""hopeless I Largely, the railroads, the owners Cheney A Co. Testimonials free. do cases given
by
doctors, and up who phosphate and turpentine plants Sold by druggists, price 75c. per bot In spite of science and progress, Old Stills taken in exchange for new .
OMW Pelchi.E
were and
perfectly merchants and large land holders. tle.Hall's with which the is through the
I tempter wont to country a
permanently cured Family Pills are the best. specialty. Onlen, by nail or
by the use of It seems: to us: that if the farmers do weave his falacies of desire those old wire will receive prompt atfesifea
Pi rce's D. at either of UM
C :Medical Discovery.Nothing not take advantage of this: opportunity "Irin" Wastes time'doctrines find abundant vindication following works '

i is more '" they will stand very much in their One S.I.Wailes, is seriou-ly afflicted in the experience of mankind.For J.4

thousands sure than of that men 1 wn light.; with enlargement of the gall! bladder. the occasion we may deaden conscience FAYETTEVILLE N. C.

and women w ith 1 i I Ihe careworn wives should demand Over twenty years ago Governor Drew and persuade ourselves that SAVANNAH 6A

,_ diseased obstinate lungs coughs, X''I this much of their husbands. employed the fellow to assist in recovering custom is virtue, but the end of adventure JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBilE| ALA_
,
hemorrhage, emaciation The bright-eyed boys and rosy, from the United States the ever turns backward to the

sweats, and have night been 1 dimple-cheeked girls, should beg for ,I. amount due on Indian war claims. cardinal/ teachings of the fathers that -. --

restored to perfect = I this much from their fathers. He failed, failed utterly ; failed igno- sin is poison and that real happinessis
health by the use IT IS
of the Discovery. --1 I The bonds should be sold at three miniously. Now, that Senator: Taha- found only in the straight and NOT PRICE BUT QUALITY i r

." Will it cure 1 or four per cent and the whole hun ferro has succeeded in having this narrow path.A That
you?
It has cured in 1N li I dredthousaud ought not to be Used claim paid, this fellow Walles puts ina
Makes IDEAL
i Demonstration of What Chamber.
;
Dinety- ight cases claim for fifteen FERTILIZERS:
out of every hun- for three or four years, thus saving per cent. Kick lain's Colic Cholera and Diar. prr

dred where it was given a fair and faithful several thousand dollars in interest. him out; and kick him hard.-White
trial. By that record have rhoea Remedy Can Do.
you only We now about 12,000 Springs Herald
two chances in pay per year
a hundred of failure and "One
of
ninety-eight chances of being restoredto into the good roads fund. Butter is now made by absorption our customers, a highly respected Of any fertilizers sold in the
perfect health. It is worth trying. citizen of this place hal been Florida state. The,' trv macIe" J.
Abram Freer,Esq.of Rockbndge Greece Co.l That amount would pay the inter. 'n absorbaut! cloth and blotting paper for ten crop8. Prices and Circulars .
sufferer
Ill, years a from chronic a'E t .
wnte; My wife had a severe attack of eat and principal of the bonds in less put.1
are placed in
and a pan, creaiu is then
pleurisy lucg trouble; the doctor gave her ; diarrhoea."
> to die She writes Walden & Martin
up commenced
Ukmg Dr fierce than fifteen ,
Golden Medical Discovery and she began to years poured in on them and then placed ina druggists, of Enterprise, Ala. "He
in-nrove from the first dose Bv the time she We can a much smaller
had taken eight ten pay tax refrigerator. The next had U1nrious -\ INVITE
:; or bottles she was cured, morningthe patent preparations COKREslUNDEXCK
r and it was the cause of a large amount being than we are now paying and retire cloth and and been treated
t sold here. I think the 'Golden Medical Dis piper have absorbedthe by physicians with.outany
C\\' ry' is the best medicine in the world for the
bonds
lung trouble. in twenty-five years. milk and the pure butter remains.! permanent: benefit. A few: ,

FREE. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense In a word, the interest and principal The invention i is simple and months ago he commenced taking : ...
inexpensive. .
Medical Adviser containing over thou Chamberlain's Colic Cholera! WILSON &
a ,
of the and
bonds TOOMEff
F sand large pages is sent free on receiptof can be paid and the Diarrhoea Remedy and in a short FERTILIZER COMPANY 4Mauufaelurer

stamps to pay expense of mailing only farmers of the county whom good A writer In the Savannah Naval time was entirely cured.
Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in Many citizens ,
paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth. roads will so immensely benefit, Stores Review says:: that the pine brit I of Enterprise who know the of Ideal l''ertllizcr.aud J't''lal ('rwp I''rwula.a

1 lonud Bl lala\.'olume.dJr N. Y Dr.R. V. Pierce, would actually feel the weight of is not exhausted and that it will be gentleman will testify to the truthfulness JUKSOXVILLU: FI.OUIIH. ?

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TILE OCALA BANNER, APRIL 2.t, 1903


JUSTICE MATHEWS' GOOD WORK. IT IS AGAIN SENATOR MALLORY. The Possibility the Grape Fruit.- I J '

0 Oh'Timbers J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
I' A writer in the Est Coast Home- Men 01
There are quite a number Tuesday in
in our joint fMjon Of both of the '
'
seekt-r giving a description
community, especially amoug the touseg of the Florida 1 gi9Iature, Hon. WHISKEY HOUSE
Richardson grape fruit grove, gives ,
colored imputation, who Stephen:! R.
seem determined Mallory was again electeda :
the following wouderfulltigures :
to fly in the face of the divine United Slates Senator from Floridafor : of oak keep the old ___Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.
i "The the wonder
grapefruit) trees are -- J
command "In the hweat of a period of six homestead .. I
thy face years I of .b.M Twentieth Century. Their standing throughthe r '
shalt eat bread." )[Mallory made his = f
thou campaigu on ; bearing capacity is simply marvelous. years. It pays to use the = s :
prowl the the gruuud that it had u ._ t
Ilrei'tat be
They night and grown to 1.1.1
When we s-iy that many of these fivejeaMil.l right stuff. :
live on their wits and the labor of custom of the democratic party in I full = /.a t
Florida that \ t buls matured; twelve ;Ilen of oak" are men in =- : I I C X:, I.
other-. public: uffluial who had I =
boxes i.f haudionH fruit as were
as .
tea
served rugged health men whose ;:- ; c i
Justice Mathewa has set the wheels his tate fairly well was entitled ever gro'ii, we realize: that many an i T I j J 1
to bodies made of the soundc : : :IS :. ..; !
\
of he law iu motion in an tllbrt to a srcoud term uutl so htniugy oldorxcie groer will 8ay"lhatis are -- ia7' I .. r ,
I .:a:
make these people lead h, tier lives I i hAd! grown this custom that Mr. an irulIo) <"..Lility.'J "'e are, however, materials. i =-o<) I T---" 1
c *
and contribute soniethins to the wt-l Mallory developed no opposition iu iu a (Million lo substantiate the fact. Childhood is the time to lay -.. '"'' ::!.. ,O. f
any fectiv of the ;: ..
the Uie.
fans of cownouwealthHe : other trees held from seven to I so ?
Many the foundation for
a sturdy con .
But it Was Mr. : -= *
had before him Tuesday Kate Mallory'sinate modesty
ten boxes each.Ve can conceive how
stitution that will last for -. -'"
Iy,vnence, Dan Patterson, Jasper thatt-aui-ed him to put his cltint one tree uuder the most favored con. year -o y 'I Ii

Williams and Sherman JE'nkiuj"ltli to a re-election ou the ground thai hhad ditions,,'ould oe brought into extremely Scott's Emulsion is the right FAMOUS AllEC: iIC Kl:>cil: 1IKEK I '

served hiss: tte well." __ __ __
Charged with vagrancy. "fairly early bearing but in this case the stuff.Scott's.

Indeed ne has served the state with i FINE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES.
evidence all
The
was:
entirely whol grove without scarcely an exception Emulsion stimulatesthe My$2.ocRyeorBourbon: a\.._ _.....".._...}!.75 MyowGin at n_ .n.n'___...._ ., ft I
-" --
ag.iu t the parties and the justice, conspicuous ability, and outride the was heavily loaded with fruit. My 13o .". ___h..m. ...... :oo Mr l.ooiorthCarolina.. Corn aMy t.... ..... f2s6 ,I
growing powers of children 3.oo .". .... ...._.-....... My ',50" U'fB D w Corn at. 1T. I
tradiiious and customs of the party, _..._....... .. .. .
after lecturing them in a \ heavily last My 4.00 .1<0 My _
fatherly One of the trl'l'iior" helps them build a firm Mr i.oo Gin a\ ................. .... ............ .. )I.75 My 4,00'3.00 .. ., .. .. .. ts J t
manner on the sinfulnE>8S of idleness, would' hove beau entitled to a reelection season, Mr. Richardson r\'cl.'iving30 My !.50" .._..............:...................... i.oo My |.oa: New gngUod Rum at.- | 5

imposed the following sentenced upon on the !grounds of extraordinaryand In cash! for the fruit. This tree had foundation for a sturdy consti The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Features !

LurritiTiniit tution. '
'rvic*
them, to-wit: more than an ordinary crop of fruit In sending your order always send enough to cover the cost of inn. Hilf-e tlloD jail, 1'I'I
I Florid. i.. to be congratulated on 'la11oD ;2-gallon jug,25Ci J-g.lwlt jug jjc; kegs.$1.
oY Dan Patterson, four months at bard this seasou. Thus far during the Send fc free sample. I aelllmore whiskey and better whiskey thai any house in Flcrida.becanie I give roo4,'"i f
a having s. r.ulllfuIIiUlIiitinguisobed! a eat goods and lull measure, '
labor; Kate Lawrence, two months; I : tourist season! thousands of people SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists. & tnalorderwiltconYinceyou that"we are the people" Tennncash witb the order.Vour..n i. ,

Jasper Williams two months at hard : public, ttei v
lalxjr; Sherman Jenkins one month. An Episode in Advertising growers from various portions of the 50c. and $1.00: all druggists.

Other arrests under the same Frank L Mnyes, editor aud manager staie aud California have made long .]J-JjiiJr lJ fii ; I :

charge will follow, and it is: believed of the Ft-nsicoU Journal, is a nilKrinuges to see this most marvel- Queer Places of the Human Anatomy i: !

that the conviction and enteucts uewfcpapt-r u.uii of genius, euterj.ris-e (HM sight. Many of these! have doubt- He kissed her back.-Atlanta Con- I WE EAT MEAT i I.

will result' in great benefit to all con- and ability '-"lIthe age of the trees, butMr.| Richardson stitution.-She fainted upon his departure. -

cerned. Lat Saturday mowing the Journal is *ble\ to prove to their entire .Lynn Union. She seated e-ww'r=% To grow strong. Unless we get I 1 1y

Justice Mathews holds the scales of contained a serious typographicalerror. satisfaction the very date of planting.: herself upon his entering.-Albia ; ."v = wc, gOOd meat we may as well let I I :

justice with great dignity, and with A large mercantile hou!.ead.vertised From one tree this. year he sold f 56: democrat. She whipped him upon 4 it alone. There is no strength i i :
.
his spectacles adjusted, looks all the 30 pieces of wash! silk at .9 worth of fruit. Counting 100 trees to his return.-Kurliucion Hawkeye. ? in tough meat-instead of giving I j

world like Shakespeare's picture of a cents per yard, but when the ad appeared the acre, wit an average of seven How about the woman who was hurtin it takes strength to digest Ii :

judge and it is believed by his friends [ In the Journal it read "30 boxes! of fruit to the tree bringing$4.50 the! fracas?-Railway Age. He it. It pays to be careful in is a: !' I ;..

that be will make a model justice. pieces of wash silk at 10 cents per per box, one acre would bring iu a kicked the tramp upon his sitting 1 buying meat->>e sure to get :

)'ard." cash revenue of 3,150.. This we calla down.-American Pharmacist.! We m the t** -tender and choice. I ;

A Texas Sheriff.A Early Saturday morning the ladiesof pretty good income frooi a fiveyearold i thought she sat down upon being Pay a little more if need be and '

tall, wiry man, with a trailing Peuaacola began a raid on the silk grove. Each year for many yearsto asked Saturday bossip. He kissed g ( 'T put something in your stomach j! 1

:, i moustache, good humored eyes and a. counter calling\ for that "10 cent Milk." come the beariug capacity of the her passionately upon her reappear- which will put flesh on your 1 I.

trees will rapidly increase.! With the ance.-Jellersou8ouvenir.! Chicago a 4er, bones and strong blood in your li I :
pleasantly modulated voice oat in the The merchant was wild. His reputa- : : 4

Lie coull not usual ratio of increase it is knotty foot pad was shot! in the tunnel. i
gallery of the Biukley House at t hpr- tion was at stake. ..:. I q

man. He is the sheriff of Grayfcon attord to refuse to sell gods ai adver problem to estimate the cash income Western Medical Reporter. We feel EDW ARDSLBROS. I

county-Lee McAfee who has just tised. He asked Mr. Mayes for an from one acre of such trees at the age sorry for the poor woman who was H Mall 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla. I arv ;

made himself famous by standing out explanation over the telephone. of fifteen years. shot in the oil r..gionll.Iedical 1
4
successfully\ against( a mob. Lee Mc Back came the answer from Mi+yes: World. And why not drop a tear for ] ,r-' -Srr ?+r-.r7rr n ernEBFs j ._ ,
Senator Brown at Home. J
advertised the man who was fatally stabbed in .. ,
Afee faced a thousand angry Texans "Sell your goods just as I

and saved a negro from summary and charge up the difference to the Senator C. M. Brown, instead of the rotunda, aud for him who was JAS.M.GRAHAM, President (JEO.\V.HYDE'ict' Prey ;

. accepting an invitation to go to Pen- kicked on the highway.-Medical Age.
deservedquick Journal.
wretch
veneance. If ever a

death this one did. He had By noon Saturday every yard of the sacola home instead.Mr. took the. opportunity to visit How about the fellow that was shot The First National Bank !i il l'

assaulted the woman and In carrying 30 bolls of silk! was sold the purchasers in the tenderloin ditrict-Roekwell!
i Brown j is one of the most active .
,1 ; out his purpose had knocked the bus- pitying 10 cents per yard and Mr. Phonograph. Please shed a few tears OF GAINESVILLE. ;:
men in the senate and ha* introduced '
,1I; band senseless and had beaten the Mayes paying the other 19 cents per for the Rutbven girl who was hit on 1 \

quite a number of important bills the front Courier. A The Chartered Bank in Alachua
children nearly 10 death. The brute yard. porch.-Rome Only County. ;
f which is to four penal
buy
>
one <
was caught with his bloody clothes "It was costly mistake." Myu tae! Thomaivilld man was kicked iu the Capital . . . . . . . . .. . . .$ O\()() 00 !
farms m the four geographical sec- '
upon. him. Journal "but we paid it. The reputation gloaming by a Georgia! muuThoinasville Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . 2u.00) (' 00 i
tious of the state; one to erect a
Armed with shotguns and Winchesters of the merchant to sell goods Enterprise. Does exclusively a banking business:; with facilities equal to any bank in the
maiutiiued and building for the use of the ttlite tupreine What about the Georgia editor that state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations, I
the people marched to the as advertised was : I court aud the railroad commission Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business!
and demanded the prisoner. MeAfeu the reputation: of the Journal to make was cut in the rucus? transacted promptly. i
jail I aud enlargingthe H. E. TAYLOR Cashier.
; one perfecting 10.11 1
looked into the desperate faces good its mistakes was again and forever Or the Florida: politician who was 1I
soldiers
to Confederate
pensions I
buried iu the ?
established. But toe advertise primary
and shook his bead. He did not and sailors one prescribing the time Florida Fertilizer Co t
; The
Or the Alabama of twelve Manufacturing
doubt that the negro deserved death, ment, the mistake, and the swarm of i jury men ,
i .' for cutting turpentine boxes; one requiring who ? Or the Ocala
ladies who hurried down town that I were hung man 1
hold the
but it was his duty to negro
I the railroad !
companies Gainesville Fla.
opera-
would to do morning to buy silk, did more thanall who was half shot in a bar room? ,
be
for the court, and try ,
.
tiug in the state to fence their tracks;

it, even if he died In the attempt. this- aud he he has one uuder cousidera-:
backed down before fine "They established the fact that The Ideal Judge. High Grade FertilizersEspecially
The mob lion which he has not yet offered i
of as the state people do read adverlit-eiueuU, and The following is i the standard of a
exhibition courage
an changing the revenue I laws of the
that they trade with the merchant fixed Rufus Choate in the
judge as by
And that i U saying
of Texas ever saw. state, which if adopted, will make adapted to Florida soils and products. Specia I'
who advl'rtises.-Oaytona Gazette- constitutional convention of Massachusetts .
a great deal. At the hearing of radii-al changes in the assessment and Brands for Fruits, Potatoes Melons, Cotton, Lettuce, Cukes, ,

: the case the sheriff escorted the negroto Sew collection of taxes and the sale of fifty years ago: Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price 81.00 I

and from the court room with a A Level Head. property for the non-payment of "He shall know nothing about the per 50-pound sack ._._._. j jj;
The mob what parties: ; everything about the case. j
picked band of deputies. We always admire we are
Mr. Brown has given great
taxes. He shall do everything for justice; IIljhot; ('a!-h 1'rioo Paid For Dry Hone iU. j
stood waiting rope In hand ; (but the pleased to call a "level head." The study to this subject and thinks that nothing for himself; nothing for his '. C.J('fiord... Agent.; Ocala, Fla I

leader who was a match for the man or woman who always has himself the revenue laws of Kansas: the most friend ; nothing for his patron ; nothing -

: dauntless sheritf, was not there. or herself well in hand, who is perfectof any state in the Union and for his sovereign. If ou one side STA1SLISIIKI 11 YlliKX. f fHANRE

; : When the examination had brought cool under all annoyances and circumstances the oue that he has under consideration ; i is the executive power the legislature! '

; out the whole revolting story, the who has absolute control embodies the best features of the and the pl"ople-tbeo sources of his BROTHERS'CASH fi f
JJ .. honors, the givers of his daily bread
mob at once moved to the jail and of the temper, we are always Kansas bill.Mr. .
)r -and on the other an individual,
demanded the surrender. McAfee willing ro trust in any emergeucj' Brown is entirely reticent as to I naml.'lt'S8l1.nd odious his eye i is to see i MAIL ORDER HOUSE

! made the crowd a little talk. But a person who flashes like powder his gubernatorial aspirations. neither great nor small, attending

: "I tee before me," he said, "men touched by a lighted match, who only to the 'trepidations of the bal Wholesale Liquor Dealers. 1

ance.' If a law is passed by a unanimous .
who voted for me with the under- loves control of himtelf or herself A Correction.
legislature; clamored for by the Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Wm. J. Lemp I
all of the slightest provocation, we To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.
standing I was pertorm upon the general voice of the publiC' and a Brewing Go's St. Louis Beer.

duties of t-herifl of Grayson county. distrust, and have a right to do w>. justice to Mrs. B. H. Seymour I cause is before him on it, in which ,

i f 4 I took the oath to perform those In the battle of life, he who would ak; space in your valuable paper to the community is on the one side and 1246-1858 Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla i

duties and I gave bond to do it. I achieve victories .aust keep a cool state that an error crept in a type I an individual, nameless or odious: ou
the and he believes it to he PltlCE LIST VPO.V APPLICAT10.Y. I
_ i is written statement from the fair other
conceive it to be my duty to protect and level head. And this matter state .
,. against the constitution, he must so i .
"" to do it under our own control. We officials! addressed to me, giving the
.i this prisoner, and I am going largely declare it-or there is no judge."' J

&{ though it cost me my life and the life can train a very bad temper Into a. names of citizens of Marion county Have w. this judge anywhere in ui?.........?if. J

All I desire good one if we choose; we can also so whom premiums had been awarded
I have.
'. of every deputy the United States? !
'. that in.. the name of Mrs. L. J. Haisley was
legal train ourselves our presence
is that this prisoner shall get a I I
t: .
. f trial bt-Coretwtlvecltlzens. I propose the world may be like a warming ray given as having the best two pounds: Either Will Do. I READ : I '

instead of of home made butter when it should
sun
morning
it. Then if )ou from the The well of State 1
r; to see that he gets papers speak! 1
repelling eflect of a threatening have been to the credit of Mrs.! B. H. :
!;: say hAug him, I'll hang him. I am having the Senator C. M. Brown, of Marion IThe Florida TimesUnionREDUCED i
H W. LONG. j
cloud.A Seymour. :
he storm
. willing he shall be banged, but county who will be a democratic can- i
' Martel Fla. 20.
April
,
must! he hanged 1 legally." didate for nomination for governortwo -
RoccommendChamberlaln's *
Minister
f' Prominent : RATES.-- : I
, The mob stood awhile looking into 1 years hence. With Bob Davis SUBSCRIPTION 1
: Corlc Cholera and The Supply Inexhaustible.The DAILSD SUNDAY.One : .
r;:/ that resolute face, and Texans though Remedy.Rev. and Brown as candidates; the people Month, postage paId. .. ...$ .60 :.
Diarrhoea Orlando Record tells that if
The us Three Dth5. postage paid.. ........ .. 1.50 .
they were, they turned away. Davidson' of will have nothing fear, as either Six Months pontage paidOac .._ .....3.00 !
t.1 Francis J. pastor in the Peace
phosphate operators Year, postage .... ... fc
paid xj
i-., cause. was least worthy, but the majesty the 8t. Matthew Baptist church and would make a good chief executi ve.- S ; : -5.0 1
-.< river tiud that, alter abandoning! the ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $1 A YEAR. e.
t .. of the law was vindicated mag- president the Third District Baptist J al'k on\Metropolis.\ Semi-Weekly Edition ... Six Months $ .50 '
river bed at certain for about
a point
Second St. New Orleans Semi-W eekly Edition One Year 1.00
x ;' ulticeutly.-St. Louis (OloleDeuiocrat. Association, 2781 .
., follows: I have used two years, their excavations\ have
writes as Wedding Bands.
'. a
: __ Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and been filled up with just as much and : All communications and remittances should be addressed to l
The of :\Ir. J. D. Rahner
marriage ,
If Senator Brown I H appointed on Diarrlu-ea Remedy for cramps aud as gosh pebble phosphate as they had THE FLORIDA TiMES-UNION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.fi. :
the popular assistant i agentof
and the stomach and found it ex passenger
superintend the pains previously taken out. Tbe river -
to -
the commission
,.. cellent. It is in fact the beat cramp the Florida East Coast Railway, .. : S
4. of the gubernatorial brings it down from above and thereappears
construction
and colic remedy I have ever u ed. and Miss Edith Nyce, of Bushkill, SUBSCRIBE
have it built to suit haveused to be an Innhaultiblesupply. i
he of parishioners
a.7' mansion! can Also several my Pa., is announced. Congratulations I
himself and what will suit him per- it with equally satisfactory (
Mon Ocala Greenhouse Company_ and good wishes are extended to the

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i! i. GROVER CLEVELAND I We Have TRIAL OF HOWARD'' PORT OF TETUAN IS : OLD PEOPLE.- -f *



! ONE PRICE KY IN CRITICAL POSITlo.NI J I Do not always receive the sympathy and attention which ; y

, ; : SCORED BY BRYAN i BUT .1 AT FRANKFORT( I I they deserve. Their ailments are regarded as purely } ;:: r

, i their time of \4
imaginary, or natural and unavoidable at ...
i Nebraskan Bitterly Arraigns I For All Further Cross Examination Pretender Is Being Urged/ to I life. Disease and infirmity should not always be associated -t -

I with old age. The eye of the gray haired grandsirc)

Former President. of Henry Youtsey. Attack Same. may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of /
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his younger and more vigorous companions.

r HIS SPEECH AT KANSAS CITY. I Be the Customer, a millionaire STAR WITNESS IN THE TRIAL CAPTURE CONSIDERED EASY Good Blood Is the secret healthy old ago, for it regulatesand

I, F or a stripling (armer.I -- -- controls every part of the body, strengthens the nerves, makes the
,. At Banquet Given by the Jackson iI I Tails Where He Was When Fatal Shot Foreign Residents of the Place Are muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the fl.h! firm; but when

i County Democratic Club William J. I VWs Fired-Dtniej Certain Statements I I, Alarmed and Ask that a Steamer Be this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive, health sustain-

E. Bryan Replies to the Toast "De DIXIE Made to General Leads Prior I Sent to>> Take Them Away.-Span- ing elements, then there is a rapid decline of tbe vital powers, resultingin
premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the blood quickly

; mocracy." .4 II \ to Shooting Regarding Goebel. lards Seek Protection. shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart, tumor or some other troublesome

> Kansas City. April 22..William J. GIRLSThe Frankfort Ky.. April 22,-Henry Madrid April 22.A disp %h from growth upon the body and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost

t the Youtsey was called for further cross- Cetau Morocco, represents the port constant accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities. I!
Bryan speaking this morning to
: famous Sty' value S. S. S, being purely vegetable is the safest and i i
__ examination of Tetuan Morocco
in the trial of James Howard as being in a verycritical
} toast "Democracy/ &t the banquet giT- best blood purifier for old people. It does not shuck '
en by the Democratic Jackson Countyclub for 81.50. The style the latest, today. Youtsey was asked if he position.
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hurt the like the mineral
remedies
did refuse to till Auditor The pretender Is or system strong
not Assistant being urged toast
f and the newspaper men of Missouri the wear guaranteed. Made by but and thoroughly cleanses the blood and
gently
William J. Frank Johnson! where he was when tack Tetuan, the capture of which is
, complimentary to Workmen for Southern stimulates the debilitated when all
Southern bodily
Goebel was shot. He} said Johnson considered easy. The European and organs
! Stone, at which the addresses did natj S. S. is such tonic old '
ailments S. need
disappear. just a as people to
Ladies. Faultless Fitting. asked the he Jewish residents of the
j begin until long after midnight bitter question and told John- place are unable
weak and tone the Stomach. If there is hereditary
ly arraigned Grover Cleveland and his eon he was in a safe place. Johnson to leave except by sea and have improve a digestion up any
: said that was not sufficiently definite requested that a steamer be sent to taint, or the remains of some disease contracted in early life, S. S. S.
the
who making plea Oxfords
i supporters are Shoes s'o will search it out and of it from the "
remove vestige
I every system.
fetch
for Democrats The as the detectives had called for particular f them. The Spaniards have demanded
harmony
! among I II Write about and let advise
us fully case and
our physicians help
your
; 1 assembly was made of Missouri data as to where all emoloyesof the protection of the Spanish
up
? Special Bargain the office you. This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book on blood
Democrats and the remarks of Mr. ? were when the shot was government.
< Bryan met with enthusiastic favor with a I I Ladies' "'('JoIt"", fired. Youtaey then told him he was A steamer from New York has arrived J and skin tlf+casn. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. AtluU. G*

,' his hearers. He said in part: la the toilet room in the basement of at Meiilla, with 500 cases of ammunition

"What we need in this nation is moral Pure White Sleeveless tie eiecutlve building. Youtsey de- and a number of rifles for the

courage among men. We ned pLy:' I vied that he had ever told Central A. sultan of Morocco.AERONAUT'S .
'j Slightly Imperfect.
moral courage more than ability! and ,4 Leads prior to the shooting, that Goe- m S2S252SZS2525Z5252 5Z52525251S15t5"cSZ5 525Z5i5i5iS5f5i5ZS5? 0
we want the kind or moral courage ::- I Value 10 to 15c. 5Cts. bel once beat him out of a fee and FRIGHTFUL FALL. FLORIDA ::J
RUBBER STAMP
'. that will fight for honest Democratic that he despised him. He admitted WORKSManufacturers

; principles. In your junior senator. ,':. Bo3''HrownieUsfordsJust yother that he told R. H. Witherspoon and Parachute Rope Snaps and Precipitates cif SraN. lluliber Stamp, Stencil, Auto r

William Joel Stone, you have a Missouri relatives that the newspaper reports Him to the Ground. ; graph Stumps and Supplies*. Auy style made to order 6 ft !12:
( man who possesses both mor thing to play i in that he had named Jim Howard hours Special attention to mail order

: al courage and ability I am glad as the man who fired the shot, were Chicago April 22.-A dispatch to Wlieu in the city give us a call. :KJ i

, r that you have harmony in this state Sizes to 14 years. without foundation."It The Tribune from Houston. Tex.,

"I believe the Democrats of Missouri was my defense at that time," says:: 224 MainStrcct. .lJu'ktocnn tile, Ila.

t give the best idea of how to se- 25 cts. said Youtsey "that Howard and me Professor LeRoy Fewer an aeronaut 5p5p575 S445i57S5757575 t

cure harmony among the Democratsof i-.. : Ogly were strangers and I told everybody Ihad has met with a serious accident ., 252525525I

the nation. I believe in harmony. never seen Howard till we met 1 in before thousands of spectators! here. -
"s z The Democratic bed is wide enough Jail. Professor: Fewer made a successful\

. r ,' for all who want to come in. but we Your Money Refunded for Further along in the Interrogation ascension of 3,000 feet in the air and I .

don't was to hare to sit up eights to Youtsey declared that from and after cut l loose with his parachute in good

i keep certain pretenders from pickingour Anything Purchased of the shooting of Goebel all of the others trIm. While attempting to fhift: the a

pocket We invite all who have engaged in the killing conspired together course of the parachute on :as downward a

;. strayed from the fold to come back if us'4Which: is]Not Satisfac to clear themselves and throw flight one of the ropes snapped
they so desire, but we want them to the entire responsibility of the crime almost reversing it ana Causing the

stay in after they come. We have tory. upon him.! balloonist to lose bis! hold whe-n with- Constipation

had enough of Clevelandlsm! in the Responding to questions as to negotiations In 160 feet of the ground, and the man '

Democratic party. We had four years with Dr. Johnson to kill Goe fell, turning over and over in the de MAKES 1'n
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of Cleveland and after his administration Isn't This fair? bel, Youtsey said he went to see Sen scent. He struck in a soft slough Pl a p Gihousness. .

..was over. we found ourselves weak. ----- ---- ator Deboe. and told him Johnson and which he had been trying- to steer and clad Complexions "

er Ulan Wi nad- ever been before: be Ladle:; Sun IlolllU't,.. others were willing to do it. Senator clear of, and this alone prevented his .. is'$
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} cause serum u. re t. Then *her-'a ? Sx
teauty
I we had been betrayed. These SOt ifLtl7"tbe;:;; ; curt of ma Debo, according to witness, re- instant veal One arm was broken ;. your II
i, : called harmonizers, Cleveland and his I !/ Irvin!, plain and lace tiiminH plied that enough Democrats were goIng In two places, two ribs and his nose ?i peep the sgs.em in goad order b> taking

followers, showed their nearness to Republicanism !, white, blue and rtd, 19i*. to vote with Taylor to retain him were broken and there are believed to LIVER PILLS
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by deserting us In our a"c. 33c. 48c. Alls s. in office and It would not be necessaryto be internal l Injuries The man i. .

Jm! hour of greatest need and supporting -- ---- kill Goebel. Dfrboe said it must still alive and physicians believe! lie f J **- ANDTCNIC PELLETS )) rat

the Republican party. The Demo, The swell dressers' not be don* Witness went back and has a chance for recovery.
cratlc party wen a great victory i in told Johnson what Deboe salJ. John- \\t J good blood, good digestion and good health mill seep ; !

1892. which gave our party a great otA ) Patent Colt Skin Will son told him not to pay any attentionto BITTEN BY RABID DOG. the rosea In your cbeekL Ramona Liver Pills and a

portunity.! but Grover Cleveland Deboe but to go and see what Governor Tonic Pellets gently assist nature. Free w ple! ..111lov

trayed the Democratic party and I carried liNot Crack. Up to Taylor flll.ld about it He went Big St. Bernard Mutilates Little South <.kltt at dealers, or wnta to y

a the ,burden of his administrationthrough to see Taylor and told him what Johnson
Carolina \
Girl. BROWN MFQ. :
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after tomorrow -
;f two national campaign* and the day ; said and Taylor raised no objection

there was not a plank In either plat to the plan of shooting from the New York, April 22.- Iara Shafford. New York andGreenesilk
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H. $3.50
': f .form that was such a detriment tome S secretary of state's' office 8 years: old. of Lenoir. S. C., said to ,

F in those campaigns as that burden -' - ,-- -- -- be the daughter of a wealthy planter,, Tenn.

was. Cleveland had the best opportunity SEVEN PERISHED IN WRECK. I has been brought to this city to be

ti redeem the Democratic treated at the Pasteur institue for hy
C. h1.BROWN.
MBROWN
' party ever offered to any man since u> Number of Victims In Accident at drophobia. The physician in charge

the time of Andrew Jackson, but i instead I JR. rtedhousc, N. Y. of the institute refuses to disclose' the a

of being true to his party he I Salamanca :\. Y., April 21-It is Christian name of the girl's father.

disgraced himself. As a party, we I now known with practical certainty She owned a big St. Bernard dog! and ,;.

: must! stand and if true we to do Democratic I believe principles that aaTHE[ RACKET![ [i [COMPANY.. that wreck sev on*a the persons Erie road perished at Redhouse in the ago was the very dog fond got of the it.rabies About and a bit week 12 POST OFFHI; IRL' .VTOKI:.
Democratic victory will some day come yesterday.The sheep in a field near the homestead, .

and it will be here to remain when i icomes. it -- railroad officials have compileda and then ran to the house. Little! --"

; list of the names of the passenger dura was on the back porch and
: a "He is of the highest service to his TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. thought rGrM.F.'r-'I'7:: ::! !! ; -.=' -" .-,
who escaped the dog was ::=;= Ci i "
.1 uninjured the names running to greet : ;: !:;:! ::F' I!:
J fellows, who can give the highest ideal Two the injured and the name of one d! her. She went to meet him; and threw i.l'J "
There has been a :lowering of ideals co-nvieted) white swindlers sawed her
( man and by comparing this with thr arms about him. The dog growled '
In this country. Money is talkedabout their way out of the Buchanan jail record of the con Juctor and then snapped at the I
I as to the total girl. She I Iarms 3TMQSS&cWHOLESALE
Monday,
but !
- morning, noon and night Commercialism were captured. became
.. number of passengers on board the frightened and started to go I r
t is the curse of the country Attorneys for George Gilbert, con train they find that six are missingor indoors. The maddened animal .,
today and it has debauched rlcted of i .
", our COUEtry. car robbery at Waycross.: Ga.( unaccounted for knocked her down and bit her on both '
The
foreigner: has come to regard will make another effort to secure hh They believe that the bodies of all and the back of the right leg ; -
the
American simply as a money freedom. those killed have been found and that before she was rescued by her father _
maker and we give cause for the belief Harman West
was killed and Turner the list of fatalities will not exceed ;
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that we put nothing beyond wealth Cox mortally wounded while attempting seven. The six unidentified bodies EXTENDED CORDIAL RECEPTION.I
and that [is ruling the LIQUOR
with money country to arrest an escaped negrcconvict i. are so badly charred that recognition lID
an iron hand.
The manhoojand near Camilla yesterday. te impossible and they bore nothing Audience Given General Leonard Wood 1m f [
womanhood of
the
United States The Texas and Pacific railroad ha that could give any clew to their Lien by King Victor Emanuel. -DEALERS
are more Important than money. Jef i resumed service over the flooded country ; tity. Rome April 22.:? -Britradier! General r >
ferson set a higher ideal for us than I ..
I that of worship of west of New Orleans.At Leonard Wood was received in audience I I \

ing but the ideals of Jefferson money and will noth St. Paul Circuit Judge Sanlran As to Vanderbilt's Marriage. today by King Victor Emanuel OCALA FLORIDA. I
t ever has modified the London, April 22.-Henry White The general had a most gracious anti .i
it litt us out of the slough of despond. decree in the North, [ :;'
t The Democratic party is not ern Securities case so that dividend secretary of the United States embassy cordial: conversation with tte king,, -
the enemy 1.;'
of honestly may be paid. and brothei-in-law Mrs. Lewis M. who took great interest *: the Phil! J
acquired
have heard it said that Democrats wealth. b I Some time ago J. Pierpont Morgan Rutherford who. It has been reported ippine islands. Gtne.tJ: Wood explained

i and be honest. I deny that as being* borrowed: Anna Held's private car and I Is to marry William K. VandP! '::. that he was going to the Philippines STRfi1JSS f s

,. i nd be honest.;; I deny that as being the actress is in distress because it llJt says house no wedding is to take place at h's' said on strictly military duty an @ $2ffiu V:
tomorrow he had
f. false. A man can have not been returned.At and so far as he the greatest admiration ,
money and
t be a Democrat knows, .Mrs. Rutherford is not for Governor Taft. He felt that the i5i l
evenenl'aged I
but if money has him Valletta. Isle of Malta, King Ed, .
"ne has to bz a Republican. ward to VanJerbilt Mr. White results which the governor had accomplished -
Jefferson yesterday reviewed 8,000 bluE has hoard 5
f believed that money should- be subservient Jackets.: absolutely no mention of there were excellent IC ROYAL !
their
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to the man, and Jefferson weddin Both of the parties is Thf king said that should General
was It is denied at Havana the
that hitch} alleged Wood
a engagement go to Fritrea 151
r an educated man. There are out of the Italian Airi
are ;
t today who think that the people has occurred between the United England and neither the United States can colony on the Red sea. he had J
educated
; man Eliould be separated States and Cuba in regard to coaling! embassy nor Mr. White's house has given instructions to the author it.',.;I t jrTi+:
t' 4 from stations.A been I placed at the there e
the disposal of to put themselves
common rabble. Jefferson any parties entirely at his rc, ESERVE.
believed New York dispatch says that Ju contemplating marriage Disposal. General 51
r that the man who and no re Wood thanK d tlio
waf tice Scott in the quest for StaauSSa r
too good to take part In supreme court todaysentenced the use of either the embassy ding warmly and said he was gratifie i a
itics \\ pol Albert J. Adams to not less or Mr. White's residence for when through the Italian a.j"
-as not good enough a mart ambassador
to live
I land like this. Jefferson did not in create a I I than a year and not more than on; rings ceremony hai been made. at Washington the foreign office here 4 FULL QUARTSS3.50 DELIVERED M t.c t.

the principles of the Democracy year and nine months in Sing Sing invite". ham to visit Eritrea. .'>;.

as they existed long before Jefferson .I prison and to pay a fine of 31,000 foi l ATE NOTHING FOR 30 DAYS. ,s
having paraphernalia for playing DOG'S N03LE ---- .'c
lived. He pol ,
ACT.
.. simply lout the I __- >
principles icy In his __ ..
possession.
into When Confined In Jail
living form. There never Brunswick Man
; was
a time when the people were more The United States cruisers New Refused Food St. Eernard Saves Boy From Watery' 15i

t ready to accept Democratic principles York Boston and Marblehead have arrived : Brunswick Ga., April 22.After Hv- | Grave In New Jersey. 15J

.* : ; ,.' than today. We must appeal to the I from the south. The Range ing for nearly 30 days without eat New York April 22.-Manor Tucker t

; ; conscience of the people. Three r n- has reached San Diego. ling a mouthful, Bailey Chance, the a St. Bernard dog whose weight is i .. [t;

t edles for existing evils have been suggested Charles E. Courtney of Ithaca, N white man who has been in the coun 201 pounds, and who is said to be the fi

1! '. t. S. to me. First an appeal to the | Y., has signed a contract to coach th' ty jail ?or lunacy for some time, died I largest dog in Xew Jersey, yesterday STRAUSS 76" !
: conscience of Sunday night. saved a C-year-old boy
. I the people; second bj Cornell rowing crews for five years from drowning
: Mti legislation and third by revolution from this spring. Chance was taken out of the jail in the deep pool of Second river beI2J f .>J ,

But revolution is not to be thought A blizzard has swept over the astir! Saturday and carried to his home by tween Bloomfield and Watsessing. m s
r.. ; of. Revolution is the county The boy with several
not a remedy in a province of Petrikovka. Great damage physician in the hope that companions m
[ 1 country where people can vote People has been done. he might be persuaded to eat but the was playing on the bank'of the stream ,a a o ..

can vote themselves free in this A London cablegram man still refused to swallow a mouth when the bank gave way and he w.u I t I I'r
- country and if they could not says 'ha1 ful. precipitated into the water. He soul
l do that
they could not fight themselves Wavelets Pride won the great Mitropolitan Chance was in jail IS not swim, and his frightened {'om a t
. ,e. free stakes at the Epsom days and did pan iJ?
Jefferson stood for the spriai net eat, and it is ions ran away. The dog saw Maryland
i I I people anj meet today. Richard Croker's understood that he the boy 2- I I II
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: h"if interests era Hamilton believe dator was second and Prince Uqui I refused to eat for several days before struggling in the water and dashin?
Florize .
that the : into the .
he
president and the senate rams in third. Nine I was confined. The man, it is un pool seized him by the col ?
, ( should be elected for life or during horses! ran. derstood, would' never eat anything lar and brought him safely to shore. :Vm1 OO f
good behavior. The Escaped Without I. unless the ) I \\J : :
p Republican party Injury. I. food was prepared either I ;:
t today is forming not Jeffersor' Brantford. Ont., April 22.-All the [ by his mother or himself. :l51s1 :' ;qti' >:
' clubs but Hamilton clubs." inmates of the Indian institute which "Eternal City's" Birthday. ; : ,
; t i. !i Rome. April 22. I. i ZIr ,,'. \II"
Hailstorms e" I
In According
! Letters of regret from Richard OJ.! burned last night escaped without in- Alabama. to tra ].rf-a
i I Senator Jury. A panic Lafayette Ala., April 22-This dition this was the 2G3Cth;; anniversary 1 i I f
Hey Gorman Senator Car prevailed among the place of I R 1 .
mack W. R. Hearst occupants during was visited by a severe wind the founJation of Rome, termed I m 4 '
i Tom L. Johnson the fire and it was and hail: l ye.
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Edward M. Shepard, D. 11. IIlll, Senators impossible to say at the time if all I storm Sunday night. There were two Jonas here Rome's birthday. Prince Co iWOO i11i\ \ =
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Daniel Clark of Arkansas, and had escaped. The loss is $35.000 co storms, the first between 9 and lo the mayor of Rome received I ) hteatsSAfs J r .
v'o'clock thousands .
Bailey were read. The letters of Johnson Rmt by insurance. The institution and the other between 2 and of telegrams, wishing the "'-- ::' .,. ...--..
": is the of 3 o'clock. A number of "Eternal City" a glorious future. 9
and Hearst raised a tumult of property the New England outhousesand They
: t! plause.t ap company, and tu established years fences were blown down. A negro came mainly from the many foreign! I T .. 4 FULL I IjiI
s ago.: house occupied by Tode Dunn and ers who are in Italy and who came QUARTSS6.00 DELIVERED.

t family! was blown into atoIJI. here to attend the historical, agricul
tural or Latin congresses g Iii.d
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Over.vorkveakens ed in separate bills' to do this !self name L'PTCN'S; DAD LUCK. DEATH OF WALLACE P. REED. CAR CRASHES INTO ORDINANCE

Your Kidneys. thing. It was ludicrous and itieu it ---

became diolJ.tUSliuulli Crjiz!;= :' Editorial Comment on Accident Brilliant Georgia Journalist Passes One Person Instantly Killed
> it wta in to Trespassing on Public
tnhealthl Kidneys Make Impure Blood. tht'selr"iug : to Shamrock III. Over the River. i, other Badly Hurt. Stret-tK, Ndewalki aud to
humors
that the housireceivedthn Ionian.; April 2u.-All the daily pap -- Atlanta April 2o.' -Wallace Putnam !I Indianapolis Ind., April 20.- the u-e of the iiie. t

All the blood i in your body passes through eruption of dhorce bills rs i.' :n ftitcrials! this morning Keed: one of the most brilliant and result of a collision! of a Union ( by the City Council of

10ur kidneys once very three minutes. Awl, though it has lieen made perfecily tLflr: regrat at the misfortune best known newspaper men in die i tion inter-urban car and an uf Ot'ala :

-,' The kidneys are yoar: wh'ch! ; uisuc-s Sir Tiiomas Upton's state, died in this city yesterday after | this mroning Charles Howard, That from anti after the
:"i blood purifiers they filter .. clear that the senate does not courag 'i us attempts to lift the Americas a short illness. i Paul Ind.. was killed and i ,'
I { this ordinance! it shall! be
r.' ;.t.\ i I out the waste crimpurities propose to allow any i-banges in the c.;;). several; paper for the Mr. !tee'} had long been connectedwith of this city was badly injured. I
'xt In the blocd. first tr:1:: admit That hi.h the of Atlan.ta any person or person' to
: lt'riJg Howard
1J.: ,- If they arc sicker divorce laws: of Flori I 1st a- they now hopes wereentertairel newspapers and Rice were riding .
I cf out of his success and trust most of ttrs work being done on the lege avenue. At Twenty-seventh I t' be placwl, or allow I II
oracr. they fail I
to do exist\
r/e !j''J. I their! work. bilk on this eiiljtct are Mill that tl.t inevitable delay will not spoil Atlanta Constitution, upon the staffof I they attempted. to cross the line in from of his or their

) ,11 t Pain, aches and rheu- being introduced, and yet m; re ut ShamnxK Ill's Chances. The Stand which he shone with exceptional I north side car line. They <:t 1 upon the HileAalks or j

!1-3: '1 -*1\\- natsn: COne from ex- them are being hal Uell. ard thinks that a further explanationof ) ability. see the Union Traction car a Oi-ala, any uierfb.udi,e,

.W f-" cess cf uric acid in the the :i c'fU-nt! i is; needed. It The deceased was widely: known not ing from the north and their barrels,

__._.-"P blood, due to neglected Of the two hou>>fs, Hit l I.ut'r houe ma'.ks tst! the last time it was a re-I only in newspaper circles throughoutthe I bile was struck with terrific carriages or wagon other, I

k..!"! Y trcutle.r. is dvcidedlylhe more intere-img, or, that yielded: now it is a screw that t country, but in all walks of life, Howard was instantly killed
ible of
'I causes quick or auy drarriptioa
unsteady snapped. "We do not hear that these and numbered warm friends by the Rice thrown
was the
rathrr
brt[ be3.t ana makes one feel as though the more picturesque it has on rfl'l or bost-s>.ttI a!! rfe-
cold h=-rt trouble became the heart breakages oocur in the American! score. He was noble, kind. generousand --
thry
cver-w :* fig m pumping thick kidney-is more member.., l1,11l. gl"tahr'afle' boats" The Standard fears that Si.-; his place! will be hard to fill in the Children's Coughs and r garbage, as is retjuired

pa cned b r.d. through: veins and arteries. of nitttrial. It forgets its dignitymorefrmuHitly Thomas Upton's! chances at no tine journalistic field. Mrs Joe MciimL, 3:!7 L. ; Provided, however, that
(It used 10 ce considered that only urinary very poor:. now are less than ever. i iAncthr Wallace Putnam Reed was a nativeof and others may occupy
than the Mrnnte and iluU-hiu-ou lai,. writes "I
troubles! we'e to be traced to the kidneys, paper asks why there wer: Rockdale county. Georgia. He : of merchandise aud

but njw modern science proves that nearly ifs IUtIllLI.r'i use plainer, if less le- no hte buoys aboard to throw to the was born 54 years ago and his early gln'n HtlUrd's ILirehojud parts of the streets anti

t.i* canstiuutnal' trouble.If diseases. : have ther begin-: gin Englioh in tying thiusjs. Any seaman Collier who was drowned.! life was spent in and around the town my 'hitlrt'u! foreouihs and the purpose of loading Ir
: In |r--n':
r.r.f The rie1: publishes an exhaust\o: of Conyeirs. His father was a carpenter the pat four years, and rind
you are sick: yu can maks no mistake voteoiitil tlrct ieiieral! Albert W. their vehicle for such
first doc: kidneys. analysis of the America's cup challen but possessed a taste for educationand best medicine I ever u.sed."
ycur The
by: -rir.j mild "
as may necessary for i
and the exuaordmary effect ci Dr. Kilmer's Jilchrist, ot DeSoto, and Hon. John ger. Assuming that Shamrock I refinement and was a man of considerable many: cough syrups it in such ;

Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy isgoon K Wall, of Puinam, as the star at- is in the same trim as in 1901 the paper intellect. His mother wasa opium, but will soothe and heal manner as not ;
realiifl It stands the highest for its com=itp.IS: that Shamrock III could! brilliant woman and was a cousinof disease of the throat or impede the COUrSeOf t .
tractioutf: among the howe nitintiris.They or lungs '
wonderful I C'-rea of the mostdisii-esing cases allow Shamrock I about 15 to 18 sec Henry Ward Beecher, the celebrated :

and is slt on 'IS merits [: are ewr uonhy of fresh com- conds to the mile. If she can carry preacher. The lad was also a than any other remedy iw. ) further licensed auc I

byaUdrujtfutsinLfty- .',.. :::::.:::: meut.'and ar.lireemniI1PI1IIyttIe i news her sail continues The Field the challenger lineal descendant: of Israel Putnam ll.ou at Anti-Monojwly: Drug !- be permitted by tie j
cent In.! one-dtUu mEl :i .. :,. .
es. You may hive a "r Ih ,> makers t-fi Inirgisltiure.. These twoMurdymen is likely to proa slippery and John Rogers the martyr. on the streets such artl ,

sarr.rlo; to"i K" mail' Homfree. vi s..p-Root.. customer. Should she fail in the cu:) His family moved to Atlanta priorto ,r------------- as will not interfere
also pamphlet telling you how to find MI I I on opposite sides of Ihfc races it will probably be betaus" the war. Mr. Reed first took up i ", the ue of otieb street

t cit (tl 'J<:hive kidr.cy or bladder trouble. hall and e-irb frequently oppost-a lie: reshoff has made some great advance !. the study of law. but :afterward chose .

Mention this apr when writing Dr. Kilmer in the speed of his new boat on Journalism as a profession.
& Co.. BI1.jhamtQn; N. Y. whit: the flUlI r prop"tI. Their a reach. It would not be easy to design ,- or persons violating the

striking kttitudesau! ,"i ...uroU'IIU ei! a more weatherly boat than th1 HIS DEFENSE AN ALIBI. -- this section shall, upon
-- are the delight of.pt'ctators. Geueialiilchrist challenger and in theory it should not ------ be punished by a

PERSONNEL OF THE be impo-sibl to design a considerably James Howard Called to Testify In : ediDg :V.00, or by im
( is n striking I L CAX sell
"Xampleofaaimpulsive faster boat for reaching or run Case at Frankfort W\ you not exceeding thirty

FLORIDa LEGISLATURE.Mjny uiun who never g.-f" rat ning. Thus. if the Reliance poved to Frankfort Ky.. April 20.-James smallest article or

tled. Even tiiouih the whole house be an enlarged: Sakantula or Marjory, Howard was railed as the first witnessfor : : No huckster, peddler,
the chances are that she will show the defense in his trial today for carload of anything
be to him he holds his : merchant or other person ;
Young Members Carving for oppose own such astonishing speed that the valuable !j the murder of Governor William Goe- '
and tiahts bravely, and is a veritable weatbvrly qualities of finer types | bel. He testified to arriving here l taining to Hardware, any portion of auy pub :

Themselves a Name--Gilchnst t-iicyelopedu of precedents and accurate possessed; by Shamrock III or Coliun-i shortly before the shooting of Goebelon ,1 or H-ie-walk for tht'I
Nails Powder I
i and Wall the Life of the bia would be greatly discounted. Previous 'i Jan. 30. He repeated his former Pipe, or offering for sale, i

Body.TAU.AH.VVSEE iufoimatiou: about state adkirs.tSome attempts concludes The Field.] testimony that he was in the board of mite, Lime, Cement, any goods, wares 01' ,

|*ople informed only by hearsay to const!.uct enlarged Sakantulas however j trade hotel when he heard of the shooting except aa heretofore pro

: I'L.April :'.0.IK,1 regard General I GildirUt as a have Wen attended with very and that he had not previously !! license.:
little success. that day visited the state house TWENTY-FIVE
Correspondence Ocala Dinner. freak. In the sense th.it he -abhorsfr I, grounds. His defense is an alibi, and violating the provision

The legislature has beetl here two >lrir>Haud! also: pretense, that he i is RENEWS HIS POLICY. i la support of this he gave the alleged LOADS IX OUR shall upon conviction,
I less than two dollars!
nor
of himself in and about
movements
WAREHOUSESGainesville I(
>elf osses-ed and mtural even in a -
wetk.and one can now hear 525.00
expression Mr. Eorden Favors Adequate Protection the hotel from the time of his arrival or imprisoned

of oj'iuiou from experiencedoOrrrvtr.s !egilitivedtbtte, or conference, he i is of Canadian Industries. ,i until after the* shooting. ten days, for each

as 10 thn caliber, ability, a freak. But General iilchrist is an Otto.va Ou:.. April 2 .-41. L. Bor2en. He denied that he knew Taylor

leader of the opposition: in the Coulton or Goebel. The witness also i It shall be unlawful for
and character hottest iu'tu and uo fool, a good: mall
general !
working tllL-ieucy BAIRD H HARDWARE! [ C CO.
house of commons. replying to th denied emphatically that he ever saw :. or persons! to permit a
HS legislators of the member to tie to-anil, picturesque! though: he budget speech of Finance Minister; Henry Youtsey until he met him in Jaii e or other animal, ve

individually and the two houses as I undoubtedly! is, he has decided influence Fiel ling. renewed his policy of last after their arrest and, he denied positively Florida. ': in his: or her charge,
year in favor of adequate protectionto and emphatically that he ever I .
in the lgilture.: % --- '- upon the Mcle-walk:
worth -- --
which --
bodies, opinions are Canadian Industrie !lIe l complained received a letter from Governor W. S. ,

listening to and! recording. Ir. Wall, of PuUuiM, possesses the of the large imports of goods. especially Taylor or did any of the things which ln shall groom, curry,

Taking the entire legislature, it is same sturdy! i integrity which characterises from the United States. which the secetary testified. Howard had McIVKR find iLl a horse or norses or
ought to be manufactured in Canada not concluded his story when court in his or her charge, up'

believed to contain more young men, the gentleman! from DeJjoto, lIe embodied in his policy the follow took a recess until this afternoon. or Hide-walk or irujU

more brainy men, more orators, fewer but is more fiery, more jliablt* to fly Ing amendment to the proposition ol I.I ..-..-e.-..".iiUj_.. .. .-. -._. _.... ... be done.

the finance minister: CRUISER SLIPS FROM WAYS. : JJ"J:",! ': ";':;M i .- ." : ,) violating of the
"\\ !itch Dogs of the Treasury! fewer the track when irritated, and sends V.. ;' any
)5' 'tti:
"This house regarding the operationof I ... ;"..'W1:; A_ ,..-;..,.w-, ..... ", [> this section shall tie pun
religious. men and fetter drinkingmen more vitriol, but no more force, with the present tariff as unsatisfactory Launching of the West Virginia at I '''' --' conviction, by a tine not

than any similar body which his shafts of repartee. Mr. Wall is Is of the opinion that this country requires .. Newport News. ;i .( ) or impri.-onnient: not
that fair N'ewpat Va.. :20.! The FUNERALDIRECTO
a policy of such April new
has come here in recent 'ear!!. Photographer this year wearing full, shaggy graybeard : days, either or both in
adequate protection to its labor agricultural cruiser, the West Virginia was launch ,
llarfer i is delighted with the and when they get him stirred products manufactures and ed this afternoon. of the court.

personal appearance of most of them, up, he eems a racing lion defy log Industries as will at all times secure Mr. Calvin B. Orcutt. president of I Itbhallbe, unlawful for

the Canadian markets for Canadiansand the Newport News Shipbuilding company : to clean or wa-h) any
haberdashers consider his Yet in and asa
the Tallahassee opponents. repose, -
that the financial policy of the escorted to the christening platform I or carriage or other ve
this the uioxt appreciative of 11111t'/i"/ friend, no warmer hearted, considerate government should include a measure Miss Catherine Vaughn White, i Hive fnll Wt'l of O'offlui.Caste'.i! Iud'q"A| of the streets or side

htures, and the Kiloou men are in or more fun loving man can be for the thorough and Judicious read. the eldest daughter of Albert D. White SaUl of iiery dcserlption Spec)*) city limits

I justment of the tariff at the present of West Virginia, who was officially ir tl'l1nrJiI orvict'5.niha1niIng! the
gloom. found than John I' Wall. violating provision!
"
I session. i invited by the navy department to be to hall
) conviction
criticism of a really very superior The western section has sent a sponsor for the West Virginia.. Miss --- upon ,
by a tine of not less than
body: of men be not out of order the bunch of young men to the house who Wall! is Poet Laureate. I White was attended by three maids of DR. I
than
honor, her sister Miss Grace White, $10.00, or Im-
mo-.t pertinent i is that Home of them ha.-ealre.iiy nude their mark. ThisIs John P. Wall, of Putnam, known I i I and Miss Ethel White and Miss Wilson } nut exceeding ten days,

talk too much, and t-ome of them I especiaily:: applicable to Mf' 'Ir8. as- the "watch dog of the trea.-ury," I daughter of ex-Governor Wilson.In ; CHILL n of the courL

I have bad (cae of the itch to make IMftitJ, of Kscatubia, West and Har- having bwi otlitHally declared by 'I' the christening party were also 19th. J. I&U3.W. Ko\VAiit.
the governor's party and Mrs. White
bhowy records. Lawyers in courtsare Veil, of Santa Itosa, Home, of Jack- resolution rflered by Mr. Bullock, of I When the ceremonies were over A positive,perma neat atil safe cure for Acting. Mayor.
Ckllli arid ftitr. Contains BO poLo
often criticized for fighting their won, Trammel! anti Love, of Gaddeu. Marion, poet laureate of the house, President O-cutt: escorted the guests T.aic. Anti-rcriodic Appetizer: and

ca.esoa mere tt-chuicil grounds-but A noticeable characteristic of these Iwiivefii objection, points of order I numbering about 500 persons, to the eier forptle.iicklyfem'.les and children NOTICE.
I steamboat Newport News aboard Iriofi the{!...' to faded cheeks ; mikes
they arc nut a circumstance to !legUUtorij representatives that adds weightto am* /general hxiutdouiueg, has been which the party went to Old Point ckiMrem fa and heartr-

availing themseUes of parliamentary their value as IrgWitors, -is that trying II tri to deliver the good and CtomfoTt. tfhere they were tendered a Tablet form; tasteless: easy to take. in and of tht for: Marion Filth JudiculCiftvit County

quibble v. lien it is liot they seem to appreciate the importauceof iu his rhyme making has had the banquet. Pfici 50 cts. _Trial Size, 25 in Chancery.
Complainant vs. James On...
dt'-iralle to get to the )nerii.of an making fiieuds and the danger sjeuerous assistance of his fellow Dr.'lou o1d r'i Liver Regulator cures Defendant.
SITUATION IN VENEZUELA. i lie,;,;, Torpid Liver,Conktipitiou Sick .
issue. Three-fourths of all the talk and folly of creating unnecessaryantagonisms. meruht as well as the newspaperrejiorteM. Price 23 f>nts. For sale by THAT JAMES DAVIS TIn
herein named be and he is here
during this MrSfJou has been upon ;. It will serve them in Tue Tallahaw corre- Present Prospects Brighter-Favorable appear to the bill of complaint
I Win.'i'l, rsuii, DnuKi-t Op
questions of procedure:, anti while it isnecessary good! stead iu etactiug measure iu spoudeut of the Jacksonville Metropolis Sentiment Toward U. S. ,tfk day of May. A. D. 1903
New York, April 20.-A wonderful rcd that a copy nf this ..Ir-r
forms be observed \ which they are interested.In contributes the following for his 1 '
that : consecutive week
proper change in popular feeling and a remarkable : '; : :: : eight ia the

there is a tendency-unappreciated this house:, indeed!, are found benefit. : growth of sentiment favor StUdy at lSftm .a'* ::',' : I sth day of March A D. 1903.

perhaps to hacnfice the substance \ young men of superior sen"e ami "t tiame old country, able to the United States are reported lm.r.| ... y.,ur c noditiiiii m Mi' With. tlw lah'.i.atIl .". S.Clerk T. SISTRCXK.Circuit Court
i ., ,, .. ,., nl't'dn..II..d..rll. ".. n. .
by Minister Augusto F. Pulido. recent ( ,1.| --""i B p.o' Solicitor.
Same: old ills ... .. j 13
.
its form. judgment from all sections of Florida- ta", i" -pintc Anllmielit A "'''r. (
of legislation to ly retUi _ied from Caracas, whither he I Khrtonc-. literature
Trt.!"' "uPTrY. (irammar .
t5alllt: olti statesmen .. ..... ..
\ Lat1nt'- T h.r p -
Another matter which many exjterieuced The speaker lion. Cromwell Gibbons, went to consult with President Castro I czannatOn.5.l.ilY-| JVtchol.urr..."ht ..-..r. ..f "',.-.-..*. I"IT"I* NOTICE.
all1e old hills. M.lre!, I. I. 1I1MKS l'alatka, I
men are criticizing i is the is only thirty four, but his jears have Bills! for adding on the clerks, concerning the Venezuelan negotiations for Tax Deed Uuder Section 8 at
with the allies and to get President 4SSS Laws of Florida
j-ncticeof introducing a multiplicity been put to good use. Mr. Koouce, of Bills to Hue the man who works; Castro's approval of the refer'I NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVES THAT

of bills covering! the same subject. Sumter, chairman of the judiciary Bills to redUtnci the state, ence to The Hague. purchaser of tax certificate
I In the Circuit Court of tie Fifth judicial the 3rd day of October A.!). IV.,
committee is scarcely older. Mest-r lulls! to increase the lar;!e tax rate. Minister\ Pulido says he found a in office, and b.t
indi my
This i is attributed to the fact of of Flonda. in and lor Marion county,
Hills to build the governor's 111au io1J. wonderful change in public sentiment.The for tax deed to Issue in tccor
Dorman of Suwaunee Drane of Chancery. Said certificate ubiccthe
ttuallllt'mbt'rs to credit ,
wanting get
Germans are not molested, but
Bills to give each n.au a Itension. >ed property situated In Marion
for the authorship of a given measure. Polk, Gornlo and Long, of Bradford. Bills to work a private graft. the resentment of their share in the Amanda husband,L.Robert Bullock Bullock with Annie the joinder F. to-wit
E. Kowes Addition, saver
blockade is keen. On the othei
They may have been elected on platforms Hopkius.of Leon, Joneo, of Brevard, Dills which make the third house laugh vary and her husband.Ira A. TOH n>end, B.

g this Knowles and Roberts, of Monroe, Bills to build new public K-hooN. hand, the United State has gained win and D. D. French and John F. being assessed nt the date of the
pledging them to support wonderfully in public estimation and a minor.by his next friend A. E. certificate in the name ol C. X.
Hills which only fool the fools. said certificate shall be
or that measure, and then, feeling Oven, of Franklin, Rivers, of Alachua, ought to gain in commerce as well. Plaintiff, vs. David Waddell, to law, IU deed will is'UUl1 re
Clair-Abrams of Lake gtrozier Hills to spend the war claims tund, The people of Venezuela are anxiousto ant. ,A. D. 1903.
St.
of zeal ,
.called upon through excess Hills to get 'em on the run ; encourage American capitalists to To David Waddell; signature and seal tbit

they draw the bill to cover th* mat and Bullock, of Marion, Mote, of Bills to make our pockets fat, come there. They are deeply Interested YOU ARE UPKgBRF.Qt"IRED filed TO March. A. C. 1903.
pear to the bill of complaint S. T. tHSTR1i=,&.
ter. This is certainly keeping faith Lake, Trammell, of Polk, McNameeaud Bills to show 'em where we'er: at; also, In the fate of the canal against! you in above entitled cause on or Ct Court.Ianoa Ce.. Hi.

with constituents but it is also impeding Wells of HlIIsborough-lilllhee I Rills to stop the bale of liquor, treaty with Colombia, and they hope Tlif Firrt Mimday in Junr. A. D 1j.Itisfurtherordered
Bills to make 'em get drunk quicker: the Penema canal will be built and that this order be
legislation by congesting the are young men of tine character anti I the trade route with the Pacific coast lished once a week for four consecutive NOTICE
Bills to do with screens"
away In the Ocala Banner a newspaper
calendars and Hooding the committees ability, and not one of them but opened up. Florida
Marion County
Bills to reach down iu their jeans; seal this of the Fifth Judicial Ctnxil
handandoffioal
"As for the revolution in Venezuela Witness
of wide usefulness and for Marion
with mas* of seems to have A future Bills for down ol A. D. County in
an unnecessary cutting expense day April. 1905.
everything is calm, asertedIr.: ST. SIsTar.K. : Chancery.
bills, which have to be examined Bdltt to make the hills immense! ; Pulido. "There are insurgents in B. BCLLOCE:, Clerk Circuit Complainant. vs Holly jMotfDefendant.

though they be identical, and the ex- Too Great a Risk.A Bills to make new city charter-, the mountains 70 miles from Caracasat Plaintiffs Attorney. 4 Ib DTIIAT 1D named lOLLVJACOBTNE be and be i, hereby

valuable Bill to help political martyrs; Bolivar on the Orinoco, but at pres NOTICE. to the bill of complaint 'a
animation which consumes reliable remedy for bowel complaints Bills to mend political fences. ent they are not being molested. : tI'e lit day of June A. D. IffT

time. Nor i is this the only effective should always be kept on Bills and bills in which no sense is; Trade is picking up after the prostration Notice of Application for Tax Deed k a for copy eight of consecutive this order be weeks...-

incident to the blockade. I could Lion s. ol Chapter
way to keep faith. If a member hand. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Bills to make the s es.sion longer. 3rd day of April. A. I). 1903.
not find Instance of absolute star. GIVEN THAT
any IS HEREBY S. T. SISTRfXE
votes for another's bill covering a antI Diarrhoea Remedy never fails Bills to make the: salary stronger; vation; there is less luxury ]less display NOTICE: purchaser of Tax Clerk Circuit CoBrt
Bills, we hope, the "fellers" will fight, 946. 047, dated the 6tn day of August. A. D. solicitor. 4 6 oj I
principle, he does all that any sensible Hud when reduced with water is pleasant but that any one was without has filed said certificate in my office.
., Bills to make the wallets light; bread. I did not hear." made application for tax deed to issue in t
advocate of that priuciplecau or to take. For sale by the AntiMonopoly Bills to hit 'em right and left, ance following with described Inw Said property certificate situated : of Copartnership.

will u-k. | Drug Store. m Hills to give the hoya a "heft ;" Killed Resisting Arrest nOD coubt>. l-'londa to-WIt; j hereby given that the
20. A: southwest quarter of southeast
Nashville Tenn. April special
This is forcibly illustrated -- -- -- Bills to tax each lion of S heretofore
matter a gun, south half of northwest quarter section }I exUH&g
from South Pittsburg. Teen.. tc
by the llood of hills to repeal the Uw Senator Kirk of Hernaudo county, Bills to help up get the mono ship 15 range 20. M. Liddell and E. }:.
The Banner says: This morning City The said land being assessed at the date
bill Bills we hope will hurt like fury. of such certificates in the name the firm name of Liddell
1 will introduce in the legislature a Sam issuance
making incurable iusanityaground cau-e or I Bills that from Missouri. Marshal Lucas attempted to arrest I known. and Harris Blackman. ; has been dN-olved t.y
for divorce. One repealing providing for the publication of the prove us Kirk and Truett Smith at the passenger Unless said certificate shall be The bu.itietf" "Ill
Same old country disoriderly. cording to law, tn deed will be issued
depot for being drunk and : by J. M. Liddell and sos.
act would have wiped the law from : acts of legislature" in one newspa. tame old! ills and on the 23rd day ol May,1903.
The men showed fight Witness my official signature and seal J. M. LlM'KM: : ,

the hooks, but at one sitting of the published in each county in the Same old statesmen, 'attacked the officer, and in self.defense the nth[seal day] of April 1903 S.T, ..___.. E. E U XIART.

house eighteen representatives chunk state. Same old bills. i the marshal shot and killed Kirk. 4-16 Clerk Circuit Court. Ma lion Co. 19, 1m'f S











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The Confederacy B.+zar at Rich. t J'f tt\ ( I ) BATTLE WAGED \WITH BIRMINGHAM


mond Wednesday, Virginia night and was will opened' continue last BEALY9( CEVOLT WOBLGjOOBBERSAttempt\ BREWING\ SENSATION HARDW ARE'I


r until May first. The proceed* are to

be devoted to the Jetlernon David Whole of Haceclonia: May Made to Rob Bank at I' Killing of Elias Lathan In

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monument and the Coufrderatfmusturn. U,ric. Wampum, Pa. Murris-Hotel.- DOORS, SASH AND BLIXDSGHICGLTL" HE.: 1t'' i, K;
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ITALY'S SYMPATHY IS SOUGHT. ONE OF THE GANG KILLED. BARKEEPER AS AN ACCESSORY.
the personal supervision of the BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTS DEERE PLoWh

United Daughters of the Confederacyand Her Attitude In the Calkan Question. Men Had Succeeded: In Breaking Into It la Reported that a Woman May Have

the Confederate Memorial Must Prevent Russia and Austria ; the Banking Rooms, but Had Not To Be Summoned as a Witness In WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JR. GROVE ('U't..

Society from Advancing and Helping; the i Finished Drilling the Safe When Discovered the Case-Parties Claim Self-De

t r The Richmond News-Leader of last Spread of Hellenism. I it Their Work. fense.Birmingham.. OILS, VARNISHES ATTIYATOR:", ALL KIN i'i

Tuesday saga the following in regardto Rome. April :20.: -Private advicvs I Wampum, Pa., Apiiil 20.--In a battle Ala., April 20.-Joseph

the Florida booth: from the revolutionary committee in following an unsuccessful attempt to Rubel, a well known saloon keeper, LANTIC WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TOOLS.;

"At the door as one enters the the Balkans state that preparations for rob the First National bank of this was arrested this morning on a war

an insurrection 11.e ready. The revolutionary place early this morning one mau rant sworn out before Judge Greene. ALL KINDS OP COOKING S-IUVKS
temple is to be seen the beautiful l committee asserts that the was killed and another seriously of the criminal court, charging him

i Florida booth, thought by many the whole of Macedonia will rise, and asks wounded. The dead man was one of with the murder of FHi ,s M. Latham GLASS AND PUTTY fn \TEESt ORAN'ITF'IRON ,, \

prettiest of the series} designed by Mr. for the sympathy of Italy. In! government the burglars: and has not yet been a traveling man who wfe shot yesterday ,
circles here little faith is expressed identified. The wounded man was i in a difficulty with Glenn Havisin
Kelley. It has been the aim of the in a general insurrection, Henry Willoughby, a baker, who sur- the Morris hotel.! Rubel is held PIPES AND FITAND TINWARE ('1"1 '

ladies having this booth to decorateto while partial outbreak are regardedas prised the burglars while at work. }His as an accessory to the killing. He is

attempts to force a European in injuries are serious. a brother-in-law of William Wise, who
carry out as closely as possible the TINGS, EVERYTHING LERY, IRON AHD8TKKI:
tervention.Ricciotti. Willoughby was passing the bank on was also arrested as an arcessor
I carefully prepared model, and too Garibaldi, the leader of the his way to work when he was suddenly shortly after the trag. 1r occurred.

+ much praise:! cannot be given to Mr. Italian! volunteers in Greece during the confronted by a man who. at the Wise, it is said, was with Hav'.f: ; N TilE LINE OF BUILDING BOLTS, ROPES PL'LI.KY: *

Moore, the contractor, to whom its war with Trukey publishes a letterin point of & ''revolver ordered him to shortly before and at the time of the

I which he says that IB the Balkan throw up his hands and keep quiet. shooting. Witnesses declare that the MATERIALS ETC. ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL S1o\t
\ erection has been a labor of love. Dr. qu stion. Italy's program must be to He did so, but in his right hand was a two men wwit to the hotel togetherand "

Patterson very generously donated it prevent Russia and Austria from advancing revolver, and a moment later both sent fey Latham, who was In a

: for Mrs Patterson who is alternate and helping the spread of men fired at each other. At the report room. A !uarrel occurred, and the
Hellenism[ and to insure the freedomof of the revolvers two other men shooting followed. The families of LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES
t ani treasurer, to Mrs Ca kie Cabell, the other nationalities under federal rushed from the bank and took a hand Rubel and Wise and Latham live in

i the chairman for Florida. The government In the shooting. The fight aroused the same: neighborhood and it is re Hubbard fflacdufT Ocala Fla

trellis which connects the arches is fame of the people in the ..vicinity and ported that Mrs. Rubel may have to be

"AN ACADEMY OF CRIME." they were soon at the scene of the battle summoned as witness in the case -
: covered with vines of roses the do-
their arrival the burglars
but before
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All pa'' ties Jirectly concerned are remaining
nation of Miss Ellen Jones, and the Where Boys Are Taught To Steal and fled.While Film, Ilavis and Wit.- simply

name, "Hose in Bloom," will be early Leave Their Swag. the men had broken Into the claiming selfdefense.The FERN HILL RYE !
banking rooms they had not completed sheriffs office Is investigates
seen in all its bearing. The Hag and New York. April 20.-According to the drilling of the safe and their the matter for the grand jury which
of Florida a story told in a Brooklyn court by a .
ehielJ! are prominently in attempt at robbery was unsuccessful.One Is in session, and today's arrest is
boy named Solomon Hellerstein[ of
of the burglar's bodies was discovered
., evidence. It is a matter of regret supposed to be the result of this inves
Manhattan who confesed to at the end of the hall of the tlgation. Rubel is in the county jail. H. ROSENTHAL & SONS
that the in Florida who Distillers: Cincinnati 0.
women have I the theft of a pocketbook from a woman building }Hrs[ companions, It is presumed Sensational developments are expected ,

been hard at work preparing the i who was watching a fire in Union dragged their dying comradeto .
;. street, there is an "Academy of Crime"in
where he was found. While he was
articles to be sold, cannot see the
this city.Hellerstein. .....
dressed only in an ordinary suit of NO OFFENSE TO GERMANY.
interest the committee here has taken
said be had been a thief clothes, he was not shabbily attired

i as their representatives. Boxes tilled tlx weeks, and that, with other boys and on his holy was found a gold Vi,it of American Squadron To Marseilles
he had been taught to steel at a place watch and $44 in cash. Willoughby
This is the
with pretty things have already come, -German Papers Bitter. Wiskey you hear people talking about
kept by two young men, known as the
was shot in both legs and it is sup
and more are promised this week. Boston Bros." in Manhattan lie posed he fired the that that killed the Berlin. April 20. The German press when they say "That Good Whiskey." It..bas

Also large quantities of palms, moss declared the brothers had a stag of 30 burglar. does not distinguish between the visIt held its place at the head of the column p
boys from 12 to 19 old and that i of the United States Europeansquadron !
and oranges; typical of their far year A posse has started In pursuit of the to Marseilles and the of High Grade Goods for many years
they threatened to thrash him If he burglars. r'-o-
southern sister. On the evening of did not Join the gang Ha districted gramme planned for the Cnt"dStatea! on what?

the 18th-the third day of the bazaar 30 and sent certain boys out to work i OVERHAULING SHAMROCK III. North Atlantic squadron on behalf ol
other districts getting a share of the which the American government declined
-there will be an entertainment i in
stealing of all of them. He asserted Destruction of Her Standing Gear Was an Invitation to cleft! Kiel due IT'S MERIT !
the hall, under the auspices of Mrs. that he and another boy were recently ing the coming regatta thece. There.
Complete-Loss $25,000.
:
Benjamin Nash, assisted by Mi&eti sent to work among a crowd. H e fore some wonder is expressed as to
Weymouth, April :20.! -The Shamrock
grabbed a pocketbook containing! $Grt. why special honors are shown to the
t Patterson,Taylor,Graham, Miller and lIl. challenger for the AID ril'a'sCUP.
Its owner a woman, screamed, and French: president by the American embassy I STRAUSS & CO.
which dismantled in 1
was a squall
others, when the Glee Club, with banjo patrolmen arrested the boy after a immediately after the refusal 1 ,
:. Is being overhauled. The
"r rapidly destruction
and mandolins, will play, and chase. After admitting his guilt of the German emperor's requsst. On E
young Hellcstein! was paroled In the of her standing gear was al or two papers express themselves:: bitterly Distributors.
Creole melodies will be sung by some custody of his father.COUNTERFEITERS, most complete. Everything above on the subject and say the German

,, of the leading voices of the city. deck must be 'renewed. The wrecking people "do not miss much in not

"On the afternoon of the 20th anentertainment NABBKD.:: 1 crew is not trying to save much having sight of American vessels." Ocala FloridaAVEEKLV

i'- II if! will be given for chil- the object being to clear away the The Associated Press was authorizedon
United States Secret Service Agents wreckage as quickly as possible.( The the highest authority to make this
reu, and as Mrs. Presto Nash assisted statement of the position of the
Make Haul at 'Frisco. 5aff is badly dented, but this may be navy -- -- -
< bytheyoungladies of the booth, hat Ban Francisco, April 20.l"niJl"dStates repaired the boom is practically uninjured department In the matter of the visit!


happy} in charge time for, it the is little safe ones.to' predict a and his Secret deputies Se>:vioe have Agent effected Hazeu tlu+ and, the the topsail sails are halyards ruined.; are useless of the, : American squadron to Marseilles "IioliilllllllllllllIiIIIIIIIiilllli" ." !" " "'r"1'" " '!'" iI" "N" "11"h" I 'L

"Nothing was further -
from th
capture of two much-wanted counterfeiters Llyd's agent Inspected the damage ? .- -r.
; "The souvenirs for the table minds of Secretary Moody of tin- -
ana e seizing their
f' plant, including today. No official estimate of the lossIs r ::
: .f very pretty and are to be there: aloo dies crucibles metal and a quantityof available, but it is thought that Washington government than ,::;\ iug

1 the singing bellies, a novelty in Richmond spurious 5-dollar pieces! and silver $":!>n0) will cover everything. This, offense to Germany by ext-ndir.g an I
appropriate courtesy! to a ol
t dollars In a house en Twenty-third avenue however is largely speculation. Noth sovereign
which will delight the chit a friendly; nation. The
South San Francisco.A ing definite will be known on the subject suggestion -
;; i i' dren".. complete confession came from the state department that -,.
: was secure+i until Designer Fife arrives here.
the squadron go to Marseilles in time
from the nen. Thf
are GeorgeHose. Sir Thomas Lipton is stiff and sore
Robbed The Grave. a barber and Barnes Taoucas.a from yesterday's experience but he i i1 to greet President I-oubet and practically \ BANNER'S i !
Southern Pacific as it would touch there to take
railroad .
employe.The recovering from the shock caused by
A incident is
}. startling narrated by officials jon board the new commander-in-chief,
are in pursuit of Cto i is the death of Collier the man who was
John Oliver of Philadelphia Patris. the Rear Aimiral Cottoa. As regards the P 2
as follows 1. leader of the gang. He i drowned yesterday at the time of ace
I I : "I was in an awful onditioll.I known by half a dozen aliases Thecapture dent. The Shamrock III is 'o returnto visit of the American men-of-war to

of the men w s made possible i the Clyde, but the date of her departure Kiel: no invitation reached the navy
My\ kin almost ytllow, eyes sunken i' department from Berlin for the Duro- CLUBBING
primarily through their
having die is not fixed. The mayor 01! | |
f tongue coated, pain. continiiilly: i in made at a machine shop, the employes Weymouth visited Sir Thomas on the pean squadron to go there."

:" back and sides, no. appetite, growing of which became suspicious and communicated Erin today. Thanking! the mayor for On the same high authority it i ii:=

f t! weaker day by day. Three pbxt-i-i with the government officers. the sympathy shown by the city Sir stated that had such an invitatiou
come It would have boen
i clans had given me up. Then I was\i\-\ Thomas said the Shamrock III would _accepted I 1

; : vised to UN* Electric Bitter; to my -- be back at Weymouth in a few weeks TO BUILD RICE r LIST.I
ELEVATORS.
General Pierola, Former Dictator, May and: resume her trials.
r
t great: joy, the first: bottle uiad- a decided -- .3
Be Declared; President --

improvement. I continued Lima, Peru. April :20.! -In an inter.view STYKEN RIVER CHAnTs Company With $10,000,000 Capital Being --v--- ---
< their ime for three weeks, and! am lION Organized.New -- -
t l' just published, a prominent poi -- -
f' a well man.: I know they robbed the Orleans, April 20.-It -- -
titian is quoted as saying that it we Important Weapon In Settlement 01 is stated -- -
1. ; : grave of another victim" No one probable, in consequence of the nun Alaskan Boundary Dispute. here today that the party of manufacturers We have made special arrangements rt'IH rd) rte 4.
should. fail to try them. Ouly 50) centsaud ber of votes which who left here Thursday night }
.
would he given to London April 2 -The atfiun';: 1,' 01
1. r."i' guaranteed at, Anti-Monopoly the opposition candidate Ferando Sera the American embassy at St. PC.ters- : to visit Beaumont have become int rested r: can offer the following rates to all paid-in-ud- y

f Drug More, and Tydiugs Co. druggists inario who represents the Liberal alliance burg shows clearly that the chart ol{ in the rice belt through which vance subscribers : ::
and the abstention from the Styken river is they passed over the Southern Pacific -- -
E : votingof considered an i
in m'and THE OCALA
the Democratic : that they have begun a cash subscription BANNER and Jacksonville x
.'I, i party, the semi-of. portant weapon| !in the settlement ol} i m i -

t "; Hon. ('. M I. Brown, of Ocala, whorepresents ficial candidate for the presidency, the Alaskan boundary dispute. list I looking to the organi/a- r_ Weekly Times-Union, $i.50 a year
1 t" Senor Candamo. would not obtain an This chart was made tion of a $10.000,000 company to build
by an officer>
the := THE OCALA
Twentieth BANNER
senatorialdistrict elevators and The
"F ., absolute majority of the votes of the commissioned by the Russian govern throughout the rice belt Commoner, [LRr-}

'I in the state senate, it is announced whole country meat previous to the transfer of Alaska I Eight elevators are to be constructed : E an's! paper] $1.75 a year.THE .

will be candidate for governor In that case, in accordance with the to the United States and depositedat at once, one at Crowley one at is OCALA BANNER'and -
, terms of the constitution, the Russian i Houston and one at New Orleans. Ten Atlanta Semi-Wetkly
r congresswill admiralty, where it has .
anaiunt Hon. Robert 'N.
Davis.Mr. -
declare the per cent of the capital is to be Journal I Si.75 a
:; presidential electionsnull remained ever since. A correspondentIn pai I year. :::
Brown is one of the pioneer settlers and proclaim General I the Russian In one organization Those in thr ft
Nicolas
capital says a copy ol! 0 THE OCALA! BANNER and
f i. Pierola the former Beaumont party were W. J. Thrice-a-Week Ncu
, of Florida, an old ConfederateVetertn dictator, and later the original chart signed and certified Clark ol
l, ,: and president of Peru, president of the re has been handed to the United States Salem, 0.; N. G. Williams, J. S. Good! York World. 1,65 i: a year, =
an a gre iive fightek r. public. E. R. Tolger and A. E.
ambassador and Is on the McCumhor. oi THE OCALA BANNER
't ': He will at least make the contest for Washington way to Toledo O.; II. E. Smith, of New Item'JF and Atlanta Weekly Con ::
WITHAM WILL OPEN BANKS. shire II. II, 0stitution $1.75 a
;
! governor intt'restinJ-De-Oto:; County Stock of Scranton Pa.; year. ;

r tl Bad Weather Mr. Block, of Buffalo, and n, Q. Menge. E THE OCALA BANNER and
News Spoils Naval
.___ n__ __ Atlanta Financier Heads South Gee" I Review. of New York. Lippincott't Magazinc. -
gia Enterprises. Valetta Malta, April 20.-The Brit.Isb. b 0- .. $'.75 a year. sw
f' World Wide Reputation. Tifton. Ga.. April 20.-W. S. '\\1thmnof warship Victorious, which had -_

!" White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved Atlanta, spent a day or so in Til- been ordered to sail for Greece, owing Private Banks Are Closed. Cash Must -
' t ton this week. to the threatening aspect of affairs< Accompany all
e world wide reputation as being Mr. Witham has bIn seDthe Balkans in Chattanooga Tenn., April 20.-The Orders.
r the best of all worm destroyers this section for several days in ti .? sailed during the night Private banks of Leroy C. Harding --- -
for Voio Greece. !: at -
+ and for its tonic influence Interest of organizing banks for his The naval review Fort Payne Attala and OolIInsiille Address
on weak and other ceremonies : THE OCALA BANNER
and company. He spent a day at Norman planned for today Ala., are closed on attachments Ocala F rida.
unthrifty children, as t in honor of the visit issuoj -
Park of .
and King Edward --
a of --
,. couple days at =Napa h a. by alleged creditors. Mr. ---- -
neutralizes the acidity or sourness of The prospects are more than flatter were countermanded in consequence has not been seen Effort Hardinjj! E=: CUT OUT THIS COUPON FILL IN AND MAIL TO THE BANNER.. -=
: the Moruleh: improves theirdigeati ou, ing for the of the bad weather. Payne fur .
opening of banks several -
at these days 1.i
The t .
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attachment at Port r" ; t 1 I *t .ttt" > .t'.1 .
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aud *
a-c-imilatiou of fool places -
strengthens at <
an early date. Payne
A I
meetingwas Alccnoiic' was served In the interest of a :::: PUBLISHER OCALA BANNKR : ::
their nervous system and restores held by the business Congress. Kentucky r -
men in bond th grain
Bremen, April :20.! -At house to collect .. Enclosed find............. ... -
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today's<<
them, to the health, vigor a towns, and about all the stock required of the International sessipn of $1,900. It is said here that barS -::: .. Dollar. ..d.. i u ::

elasticity of spirits natural to childhood. to open subscribed. holic congress, :Mrs Mary !II.Ani Aunt-Al ca; }!n Kentucky Ohio, Indiana, Atlanta: :: .: for which send te The Weekly Banner and the... : i-

4 tic at the Anti-Monopoly Army Secretary Wanted. the woman's Christian Temperance o -ai-nlngham and ;Nashville will loss r .... ....... ... .. ........................ -
Drug :;tore. m Savannah Ga., April 20.-Aa effort Union. Boston, delivered money. .ooeygraslieryuu' <'..' 'i -, _

Is afoot here to secure a Y. M. C. A. the significance' of scientific an address on Death of Mrs. Krutschnitt. 0artheBanner- ". .. ......... ......... .... .. .. .... ... .._:: I
_,, General GilchrUt intends to introduce secretary for army work at Fort Sere instruction In temperance New Orleans, April 20.-,, lrs. John rr .. -- I

a bill to provide for the exec ven Tybee Island and Fort McPher- preventive of alcoholism public schools as i Kruttschnitt, mother of 1:. B Krutt: .. Name. .. .. . .... .... ;;J I I
>; rap'son, Atlanta, the idea being to have fichnltt, chairman of the Democraticstate -- ... -- '
tion of native born Florida crackers him to divide his time between the two Died Under Operation. committee, and; Julius KruttKhnitt. :-:: ." P.O...... .. .:: .l',
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Banks, of th army branch of the Y. 51. Pacific railroad! is dead, !
poll tae, and uoh crackers shall thews, chief aged 9. She r .f ,
C. A., is here talking the matter over Pacific died this surgeon of the Southern was a sister of Judah P. Benjamin ... Date....,......... ....... ...... .. ... '''' :_: ''
be designated ." morning at San FranCisco 11 r'tU. .. _
as crac kerjaeks.CidfaNewsa Ar-
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with members member .
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an appropriation the confederate cabinet'and :::: >>!! !
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, THE WHITE MflN'S BURDEN{ I It l Is a failure because that southern ; shoots a conductor on a passenger; I A Word to the Church at Cedar Groe,1 TAPetauri 'I'Iil

i blacks are are not equal to it. It I is a I train, jumps, niiuglts ith a crowd <>f To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. I iI MATTHEWS TESTIFIES I

NoEr as He Is and What'to Do I failure\ because the southern whites .. his ruc a hundred of whom my I a ..illa.k for space iu your valuable -

The With Him in Florida. will not have it." know tiiin and his crime. They all I paper lo i impart a tew .rords to ATTHIALOFHOWARDFormer \ il

As a United States! Senator the lain look ltiikeh. 0 how/ Will you detect my friends whom I love toO dear,
the Editor of the Ocala Banner. ,
To John J. Ingnlls, of Kansas formed one him Tomorrow/ he; murders a W Republ can:
discussing the race problem oftbecountryourfriendy
In of the most unique tigurtti American I II I rider and why the body. He mingles message/! and not as a stinging 1
at the unrhfrequeutly I State $ y. 1j
I (politics. Always a republican, he I I' will Ins' race, the papers inform us rebuke, for Cod who knows my heart, Secretary. / : j
get thing mixed but ii is I I
broke with his party ou mime of the that ))'-I.uty HuUon is on the trail I knows! my intentions are to do them SEARCH FOR THE ASSASSIN.
to know that somiM.f their
refreshing
!greatest questions of his day. Prolific and he will soon( be caught, but prod good and not harm. 4ri-xV *''sS !
55r M ?5
hive M last aimed
thinkers Witness Says That It Was Continued I
deepest and versatile. as u writer, be was al-Iy: bait of them eseyle! | to commit While writing an article which last I
definite understanding ,>f tht'nt'itro' No Further Than the Secretary of Our boots, ,
a winning
at money
rrtasterof Justly 8ii>ijn.'ts. In an art 14.1$ other crimes' in other places. Then week's flintier brought before the
true status in the south.That State's Office-Did Not See HowardIn wiutcn bv men who know, tell
written for a New York daily w lbfn what is t the remedy? How is the f.iriinr public, under the heading, "A Word I y'n all boutYotsh
there is a race problem in this Hall.
lie ili-cilisfd the Negro: and bis rtlitiotis *- and l other employers of this clans to the Church at Cedar Grove," I

country III thoughtful luau! will deny, 10 the tuicial political and tiuau- of pts-pK-! know whether he is hir- was iiondenmrover in my mind the Frankfort K).. April 23.-In the

and in ire discussion as in the dis- Howard trial today J. Matthews: I
'j,1 l problems of the itiuutry. Intellectually iug an honest wan, a tliirf or mur- one question which had so often been
ut other great (lroLlelUl', it is former Republican assistant secretaryof TK yr re needed by every man
I
cusaiou! Mr. Iiigalls t-on-idrred the drHT. addressed to me, 'why don't you join state, continued his testimony begun who! own .1 field and a plow, and
unfortunate that it fo'.hws: along Src- He told further f u In) desires to get the most out
newri far inferior to tin Anglo Saxon Let u? iliscusu this pert of the pro!.. the church and help us iu the work? on yesterday. lie them.
*f the breaking of Power's office
liurS. open
tioual and 8t'wrlllulht'r races. Fred Douglas and 1 am at a loss to understand whyI They Ktfrtt. Eead postal card,
; In have legal
the Union -m. Germany they a / and search for the assassin. The

A short time since, who-e lather was a white Luau he n\s! 'em that keeps a daily record of always' gave the answer I did, for ea.rch continued no further than that r NKMUU CFIMIKIM" .....1. : vOKKHVS ,.... fort ,I Ii

League Club of Jew York, a very exclusive dechn-d in tIe the IIIUliftl'IIt uegrotie every soul exiemiiug practically now I believe myself committing a room and as soon as he and others !!:-i:, ","" "' '-::'''.. .". !T t
social there learned what had been don.1
republican, orgnuiza- and he sill when I framed an answer in a .
ever be-
tn.-l; wan biliiirt, not this -- --- -- -- -
the President and fiom tri* cradle to thy grave. By thaI began preparing to protect them. i

tiou.to which" belong VAUseof Inin- (ro blood, but in spite ays'em", : the minister of war can locate Bowery, rose tinted; form which is .nu. }l4) did not see Howard 1111 I

other leading republicaUH.decidedac- of it. only fit to ward off suspicion and be the hall and tie recollection was that PAGE WOVEN I
mau in the German Empire, and
any
cording to a New York daily paper' Grant Robert: and Sam Sheppard,
the side of the church
on good people.
It i is uselrc.s, he said, to imaginethat for military or other purposes have cltrki in th auJ1 or'ti afire! were the
to test in the supreme court of the This, of course is! the right side to be sly in the hall first
the ne. ru was Harmful only him in Berlin within a weeK. In ones when he
States the validity of th constitution WIRE FENCINGMade
out.He
United went
on, if only are certain you are
you
where
lie existed iu great numbers, Denmark luv system is possibly more
in said he had bQin offered Imizra-
of several southern states
right but, alas! there are so many of
for let a frw famili'S of the negros perfect, but iu either country man fifty by the prosecution when Powerswas
which provision is made to limit them slow in finding/ the right side. on trial if he would testify that haled
move into a neighborhood iu any call have but one name and he must I.Htrong"t I.
suffrage. They will also go to the assassin the in Ad rain Michigan
negro Now, I am aware this article U a into and out of ,
uortl> -ru i-ity, where u ne had lived Hut. under that one. In either country -
with powerful influences to secretary of state's office Sam Shoppard Lightest, Moot
1
Congress little inclined to taste bitter to some
before, nu-1 their aavt-ut was immediately a man is compelled! to carry a a clerk ad Grant Roberts, also Serviceable and Cheapest

have southern representation cut followed t>y a depreciation little book in blank form In which is of the church people, aud get you a clerk, testified that they were the l'l:\(.I\: ( )I.\U}:.
d two in congress. In the same l issue stirred and if will first persons in the hallway after the
up it only get you No Barb Wire to tear the
iu real exUte there of from ?!5 to 50 record! his life's history day by day.
of the New York dally Cholly Knick. stirred I shall rejoin over the mere hooting but did not see Howard there. {HotLing injure animals
per t'eut. lie drew a picture of the The date and place of his birth, up After a few minutes they went in and
erbucker writing on social topics, fact for thai U the that Cannot be Torn Down,
point
exactly law Powers' office opened.
great northwest with its bleak winters nether married or (tingle, and other Carried oil and Ilurned.
"The Union League Club will You know that
; I
1111)1 am aiming at.
and uninviting skies: Harriedby dta. Wishing to move from one : Keeps Everything Barred
HIS TITLE FOR AN HEIRESS.. I
lord the
entertain an English per medicine andit
cyclone and tornado consumed b> district to another he goes to the proper wht-namauis taking From the Smallest to theLuagebt I

oualrepreaeutativeofKiug! Edward, grays hoppers and drought, and compared ofticial who makes a record of the ;, fails! to stir him up it is pronounced Marquis Durazzo, of Italy, Would Wed Foul or Animal.

wbo will visit this country to make useless but if on the other hand it Wealthy American Girl. For Particulars Write to
it with the beautiful southland fact, and writes! a permit in his! book.
the King's horses at New York, April 23.-Armed with
to race and makes him sick
stirs him
provision as
with mild climate, sunny skies and Arriving the designated! palce he up
documents to verify hli claim to no-
the forthcoming tit. Louis Exposition. air laden with the perfume of the at once reports to the proper official! two or three people ought to be, his mil/! Marquis Arthur de Payo Du- F. G. SAMPSON 1

." Now, if the Union League's pomgranate, the orange and the rose, who makes a record and writes the I blood is soon purified, his skiu is ratio of Naples Italy, bas come to Agt.

love for the nero is genuine, why notentertain clear and in fact, iu a few days he Now York with the avowed Intentionof 1
and then asked why had the European same iu his little book. He i.s' compelled Boardrgan Florida 1I
marrying an American heiress and
Booker Washington? He
emigrant made this cold and barren by law to have his employer feels like a new man. in evidence of his earnestness recently -- --- I

ii more accessible, and quite as intelligent region blonsom as the rose, and why certif> iu his book, the length of time I trust before I fiuioh this article I advertised t*, this effect. _THE i r

as the average English lord. shall be able to administer the medic "There is more money in Nw Yorkthan
did the broad and euuuy fields of the he remained with him, the class of l "
la all Europe, he said, when M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE
This action of the Union League south lay dormant, needing only his work performed, and number day cine which is HO badly needed in this asked why he came to New York IB-

Clubs a bit funny, following as it touch to becowe a ptradise. The he worked. The law compels him to community MAd of going to some other large . COMPANY .

does the statement of two eminent white skinned European shunned the exhibit his book to anyone wishing to A medicine that will bur you up city "
"You see, said the marquis, "I am
Sew York divines as to their opinion he would thuua of the and make your sinful heart so sick it F. D. POOSER
negro as plague see 114mt' yarns and would like a young a.ndbe&utlful Agent,
of the negio.LUteutothe. cholera. will cause you to think different trotu bride with a lure dowry.
Under this system it would have OCALA .
FLORIDA.
Rev. Thomas Dixon. before. 3* I com here to find it. American ,
Now, if this is true, and I say it is, been well nigh impossible for the what you have ever thought girls ere beautiful beyond all others."

A Baltimore! special says: "Rev. Thos. why should we as Floridians advocatethe conductor have been shot, or the Now.tbink of the little wrongs deed TH marquis thinks New York Is

Dixon, of New York, who came here use of the Indian war fund or woods rider murdered, and if each you do dally, the blight remarks you the Mecca of heiresses. II IIIt
Asked 1! $100,000( () ) would be fair
tonight to lecture has a bad opinionof make about some old sinner who is a
of it to induce to
any part a people crime had been committed the perpetrator dowry he said: r
the negro." "I have known them who under trying to reform of the hard words "It would do but It i Is not much
come among us, present could not have escaped. return !

from the first year of my life" he said conditions will never come. Under this system the crimes that you said about your neighbor and for the honor my title brings. My (

to a reporter. "My deliberate opinion then ask yourself the question funtiy is nearly 650 years old and has 4pAs
views of Mr. with you i
The Ingalls regard cause the lynching-, that disgrace our large estates near NAples" .l I -
of the moJt'rn negro of this country have so often asked anti I think
to European immigration is d viliul iou would cease.' you Passports from Naples i signed by ,

ill, that he U not worth hell room. If nothing short of prophesy, as I wi'l will see why I have not joined the the mayor, say that "Arthur (marquis) tI
I I were the devil I would not let him 11 is; hardly to he hoped that the church. Durazzo is of good moral characterand I
i
bhow. legislature of Florida will give its the son of Francois marquis of !
In hell. They will be driven from NEW YORK April 10, 1(103.! How about the prayer meeting; do Durazzo a wealthy man of Naples. before stated, 1 have on baud a i

! the south just as surely as they !swarm All records broken. citizens such protection as is outlined you attend them as. you should, or are carload of one and two-hor mowers, 1
above, l but such a system would saw LARGE REAL ESTATE PURCHASE.Rock rkkrg, sickle! grinders and rrpitir !
j that pU*e now. The capacity of the !great Ellis Island you too tired when night comes? part, and shall have in the next ten !

t "IwakelhestatemeutthatHOfarm- landing depot built at a cost of the state millions of dollars, would \re you really too tired to attend Island Road Purchases Ten City days a ear load of reapers, blndt Ill, i
lessou crime by locating the criminal, shredders and every part pertainingto t
r er in the south can make his arm more than 11,200,000, was reached them, or have you other reasons? If Blocks In Galveston make harvesting a buceets ;
and give to the farmer and other eru- Galveston Tex. 23. -Ten Remember that the McC rnJi. k
with labor of the modern April -- city
pay negro yesterday when ten ships brought you are too tired I ft'elsorry for you,
pIer!! of labor a broad introductionto blocks on the bay front were sold today binder is the only right hand iucl , sort. I have a farm of five hundred 1:.863 imumrants to this port at the and if you are perfect and don't needto to the Rock Island] by the Gal on the market, and should you buy 1 I

1 acres iu Virginia and employed one end of a week that had seen arrival the fellow he hired. attend, get your bible sand read veBtoo City company. The deal was I, any other. you are sure to be disap i
pointed.We
s hundred negroes to work it in grain, and examination of more than 38,01)0.) ) ALLAN KODGKKS. Row xv. chapter 1 to 8 verses andI consummated by General attorney G. 'I defy and challenge the world to ,
A. Low of the Rock Island and th :
! and other market slufl. I strove and Most of the immigrants are well supplied April :., 19U3. Corin. x.: chapter, 8 verse, then ask deed was made out !IB his name and is meet the us place in the to show harvest what flfld.your There ilia- i

l! strove with them but could do noth with money. :\lanyof the arrivals God to give you grace sufficient to the consideration, $100,000, paid to chine are. Call and see me aDd I < !

j 1 ing. I discharged them all and have were bound for the northwest.Of The Easterlings. overcome these little weak point Eugene Hawkins, secretary of the will give you points that will interest i
; City company. The Rock Island held you, and nave ;you money. Every <
j turned to raising polled angus beef all this vast army of iwiuigmu, Messrs. J. It Easterling! J. M. Eas- which have been so plainly revealedto an option on these; ten blocks, which I macbiiip old Mill be put up Mid

j j cattle for the English! market. NowI arriving at a single port of the country tt'rlint; aud B. L. Easterling who you. Ask his blessings that you adjoin the Southern Pacific docks in tested before it i is turned overtojou.

I i work the farm with two white men. in one week, enough within itselfto have six hundred acres in watermelons may feel! easy at heart, for now I know the days western from Feb.part 24.of the city for 6u 3-18-dli-wlm F. D. POOSER Agent. ;

! Tnere is no hope for the southern populate a city, out of all it i is perfectly and cantaloupes at Martin, were you are becoming weak and faint at Whether the Rock Island intends! !!

J! farmer until the negro i is expelled and safe to say not a half dozen have iu Ocala Wednesday, and did not heart.My. building its own line into Galveston; or ,.

white labor substituted." reached or under present conditionswill appear' to be at all discoursed by the dearly beloved friends!, how can comIng In over one of the roads now
I built, is 'not known. However the j
i And now comes the Rev. Charles ever reach! Florida. They have high wiuds an.
I Parkhurst. shunned the laud of the ever shiningsun past few days. have an enemy, or to make words Indicate that the Rock Island will im R j
it for docks and establish independent gapl'poq.Qs3 ;
!1 NEW YORK, April 6. because of the black plague. They expect to ship earlier this plain, you have neighbors who you prove terminals In this city. 9 tnaj .w'Oc1no1tdd. I!

! llev. Charles H. Parkhurat in his sermon Personally, I do not agree with year than last year and are anticipating say! you would not speak to for the I tie of o J pirdlaodto ;
a u a y p a.,,; tOGI:
,I yesterday touched upon one everything said of the negro by the good prices. world. Do you think you are injuring Dr Ira Ramera Chosen.NationI I I -atom pray-atom.tow 1 i

; phase of the negro question. Compulsory gentleman above quoted. I do not The Messrs. Easterling were them? Washington, April 23.-The spea't ;etj} ,
al Academy of Sciences today elected |I !
j obedience, he said, is not the I believe with Mr. Dixon that he will drowned out on the East Coast in their Now, asking you for the sake of the Dr. Ira Remsen. president of the Johns! ]: pU M ay}

i ideal form, but ideal obedience has to be driven from the south, but I believe first venture but will give that section the bUssed' Savior to think this mat- Hopkins university, vice president, and i; spans !jt
11': filled the of
position foreign
f i be reached through a preliminary something! could be, and shouldbe another trial next year and are none over and try and}change your way of by Dr. Remsen. by iecretaryvs.ra.ted electing 1

i! I stage of compulsion. It was well for done by the l lawmakers of Floridato the lees sanguine that their investment living, I will bid you adieu. Professor Simon Newcomb, of this 0.r

,
the negroes in the south that, not being protect those who, by their surroundings over there will be a most profit- A Sta-r ER. city. Additional members of the

' law for themselves ---- council were elected as follows: J ,
competent to be a are compelled to hire him.I able one.Theile. I
8. A. R. Encampment. S. Billings, of New York; H. 11.. Row L-. ,
they had masters that were a have worked negroes in Indiana gentlemen possess the grit: dtth, of Boston; J. Brush New Karen I : I.' \ : j

law to them. They ought to be Kentucky and Florida. I have work that brings success and know uo such The next encampment of the above Conn.; C C. Wolcott, Washington; W. ::J -- }'-i:\!;' ". :J. :' :. ;<

the Institution organization will be held at San H Welsh, of Baltimore; George E d :" :;fl -i'i
! that .. ,
,
whole free andas ',
thankful the ed hundreds of them as men word as fail.. .. J ;1J \ ,
.. _
Hale of Williams Bay Wis. -- of
existed, and B''ch of them as convicts, and my honest judgmentis Francisco beginning August 17th. -.- -- ',,..j*:' "".f" '.):.
( .: .' :: : J .
are not yet drawn under any other that the, negro as we find him in Randall-Prioat. Already the patriotic people of that Army Lieutenant Suicides. "':".:-1-. ;!;( ?'", _-_, ........J'11 "IL .
Washington, April :23.! -General Da f..' } ,'..:"' ': ',--:t-.::.1 Ir i
would be better Mrs. L. 8. Randall state are making arrangements to ,". ,--.
system of government Florida is the most unreliable, the of Conner, announces Tis cabled the war department today : ,

off it the institution still existed. most ungrateful, the most conscience the engagement of her daugh. have it surpass any encampment in that Lieutenant Colonel Henry W. -- J ::;:.. -.,'t\-t. j

himself he is the Florence Mr. Clarence Priest the history of the organization and Sprole first cavalry, committed sal, .. '" \
Until a man tide at Manila today by shooting him
exceedingly unfortunate not to have In measuring the products of hU of Anthony. The wedding is to take the people of the Golden City will self through the head. Sprole was appointed !J i

some sort of a slave master to master labor I have found better results from place May 6th at the home of the take advantage of the occasion to from New York -:

hired bride's mother. As the make a display of the fruits, forests G4i
him. one convict than from two : men.I only immediate
Prominent Broker Dies.
,f'. In connection with the above sew have found if you hire fifteen of families and relatives of the and ores that have made California New York. April 23.-H. V. Lester -

turn to work. I contracting parties will attend no famous. senior member of the stock brokeragefirm ROLLS FROM Only the Lttt .
York views! might be interesting to them, one may up OUR OVEN material '
Write to Isaiah Choyn&ki, press of Lester Kaeeland & Co., of New porsinto
know what Wattersou, of Kentucky have found If be gets little iu debtto invitations will be issued. tli* oven aDd
Henry agent Grand Hotel, San Francisco! Yok and Chicago, died here today 01 only the ,
has recently said about the his employer he ceased to work, Many frit'nd8ln Marion and neigh- pneumonia
Cal., for information.If ,
brother in black. and U off on a hunt for a new victim. bering counties will be interested in To Wed Russian Baron.

the annual I find, with few exceptions, that he this announcement.Miss you are etlected with asthma goto London April 23.-The engagementIs BEST BREADrolls
Chicago, April, 9th. At announced of Frances daughter ol
i't banquet of the Hamilton Club replying regards a contract with a white manas Florence Randall is well Tydings & Go's drug store and get a Fitzhugh Whitehouse. formerly of Chi out. It is delightfully crisp and

between the binding only on one of the parties.In known as an accomplished, Christian bottle of Asthma Cure that .9 guaran sago and Baron Constantine Ramsey, wholesome. A few slices buttered i* a
"Peace
to the toast
: meal in itself and almost nutritious N
!
a gentleman in waiting to the cur as
found him lady. She has been teed to give relief in from :20) to 30
Sections" Col. Watterson said;"After short I have largely young a prominent The marriage will take place &O n. as meat. 9
loafer and criminal figure in conventions minutes-no bad after effects. Orders for Bread etc., can L. more
' adirty irresponsible religious
thirty years of obsen atiou, experienceand Grave Diggers on Strike. satisfactorily filled LyBENLIS'
and of the hardest to of this state for some time. tor. Priest 23-The
reflection, (always directed from one very Sheep For Sale. Montreal, April grate dig1

the shrewdest officer is a worthy mau whose gets of Montreal are on a strike fot s
detect sterling
of view) I am by even young
a sympathetic point Fifty head of stock sheep, young
an increase of 25 centa per day it:
forced to agree with the secretary of because his race almost to a man, qualities have been known and read aud healthy. BARTON B. KEEP, wages BAKeRY

1 war that uegro suffrage: is a failure. will shield him. Today he mortally of all wen who know him. R. dlU-21 Boardman, Fla.





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Accident on Erie Railroad at


PASSENGERS Redhouse.ARE N.INCINERATED.Y. i TEA POT


Limited Express Collides With Freightand GROCERY0
Cars Afterward Take Fire and r

Three Sleepers and Two Coaches Being r r .
Destroyed-Two of Train Crew --
; Injured.
.
Jamestown N. Y., April 21.-Fivepassengers
and a brakeman lost their THE
t lives la a wreck which occurred early Conies Pretty Near Being a
today on the Erie railroad at Red. ) -4 '
house. N. Y., about 8 miles from Sal.
amanca. A freight train which had GROCERYBUSINESS 3I
orders to take a siding to allow the
vestibuled limited express, which left
Chicago yesterday and was due in
Profession.
New York: this afternoon, to pass
through,an accident to a coupling, had
r
ailed to clear the main track when
the express train came along. I a-.. y ,
The result was the rear end collision.
In which tao women and a lIt. ....
tie girl and two men passengers on theexpress s"e
and a brakeman on the freight --- --
---
train lost their lives, the passengers

beIng two which coaches.burned destroyed to An death three express by sleepers the messenger.flames and,. E. It I Looks Easy to run a Grocery. But it takes |

, earned Gabriel, had his leg crushed,
--
*nd Fireman Bell, of the passenger

p I names train, .was of the badly_dead burned.have not So teen far the acQuired. years of training and experience to conduct a thor- 3E


I I received New York today April at the 21.A offices report of was the where the best goods sold where

ited Erie express railroad that which the left vestibuled Chicago lim for ough Grocery, are 3g

New York at 10:30 a, m. yesterday was
/ ''wrecked about 3 o'clock this morning E

.' at Salamanca Redhouse, by N.colliding Y.. 8 miles with a west freight of prices are never higher than they ought to be, where |

" train, and three passengers were
'burned to death in the flames, which -II

'] x .. ers.destroyed, but AU Fireman two the coaches other Bell passengers and and Express three escaped sleep Messenger IE E the service is prompt, where all sorts and conditions |

t' Gabriel were seriously Injured. ..... ....

,. "; two The women three and passengers a child who burned got on were the of suited. There hundred little "ins" iE

..- train at Youngstown, 0.. and were go- |E tastes are are a .
ing to Olean N. Y. Their names
...
f .
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in
were not given the report The

'i't o'clock train was this due a ernoon.in New York At Redhouse about 3 and Houtstt to-be--learned] : about the best place to buy 3o

J .; it was to pass a freight but before the. ,
freight had got on the siding and cleared > ,, /
t. ,, the main track:, the express appear. =::--.::= =-IB : -

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I r.\I,: was made up to bring the surviving ,
l' to New York.
passengers -. -4

Y ( .t ) Cle\elan, f 0., April 21.-Advices received
+. .!" '. railroad at here the headquarters show that in of addition the Erie to discounts, and a hundred other things. We have |

f } the death of two women and a child I .....
'J in the wreck near Salamanca the
"."t : bodies of two men, burned to a crisp, been how for
learning to ten We IBBPV
. .; have been taken from the day coach run a grocery years.
Nothing was found by which they --- >
; could be identified. A brakeman on k'gJ v ?-i*' -9

:.1. J r, the also freight killed train named Hotchkiss was still learning and to through. 3ftMaM
i t r Investigation shows that the two women : are never expect get ,I
i and child killed were; not from .
dc
-vg-eaar-* -*
.;4 : Youngstown, but came in over the .......-- 'r-:.".. -jeqr*- ta-r.aa- HTBUI n,i 9
. Pittsburg and Lake Erie road! to the :1"4
Y a ." latter city, where they boarded the
( y Erie train for Orlean, N. Y. It is be
-.. a' ., '; lieved they came from Pittsburg or F II I NO l t1ISREPRESENTATIONS.//
:;; some department point near from that Salamanca city. The reached fire II

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--
the scene of the wreck on a special : ...
; train at 9 o'clock and soon had sev*>r. .....
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\ ,;. ger al streams.train Five were of playing the completely cars on in the the destroyed burningcars. passt-n E GOOD':CLIVING, means eating the best foods. It isn't necessary to

, They were the sleepers Leon Rubens

f.r,; i- ladies'Cloverdale day, coach.a combination The freight car anj train a = be -rich to enjoy the good things of life, you can afford the best for our
was made of .
up largely cars loaded 4
r;i'I :" r with hard coal many of them beau low make it 1)ossibJeVI have the
entirely consumed. The wreck oc< E prices e goods. We want
; eur red during a dense fog, the passcn. your

i ": t 4 J t C; tag ger while train the latter"side was swiping"palling the on freight a sid Qf-. trade! l;\Vf will sell you If you get our prices before going elsewhere.

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ACCIDENT ON M. & 0. ::: Coffee for Children, Ralston Health CercI Coffee lOc a package

; Freight; Crashes! Into Depot on Siding -- someU. .

I a: ::' it Mobile: Brakeman, Ala.Seriously, April 21.Injured.-Through I E thing new. Heinz Pure Fruit Preserves in 3, 5 and 10 lb crocks.
-, freight train No. 31, of the Mobile and .
, ;, ..
: Ohio was wrecked late last night a1 --

:. Ii :z. Lambert Eight cars, 28 jumped miles the north track of and Mobile landed E Don't worry over a hot stove when you can buy pure fruit preserves

.t squarely on top of the depot, torn
J
pletely demolishing it. Not a timb,'i if had made them
: as cheap as yourself and
I, In the building was left standing. NC E you as good They arc
..- one was In the depot at the time
.
; i- The between and grade the Mobile at Lambert road and makes a is point the;a steepest sharp i in 1 Illinois guaranteed, Masons Improved Fruit Jars in pts, qts and 1- 2 gal. .

; curve at the grade. The depot stood .4
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.. -- .
at the foot of the curve and when __. ,..".
1 "" the cars left the track they alighted or 6SI-- -ttI

\.. ;. .. 'r the dial Brakeman depot.Miss., was Eo1.seriously Hessell[ injured., of Men A. Hay T9 rain Purina ftlnlo j ( Feed Cow .

broken flange is said to have caused
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the wreck. The cars were loaded win

f grain. Feed Bran Shorts Cotton' t
Seed
Fl Lumber Washington Manufacturers'April 21.-The Association Nation **-*Iea1.'!
al Lumber Manufacturers' association
x begun a two-days session here today
marking its first yearly meeting. PresIdent
t 4 c E. C. Fostargh, of Norfolk. Va .... 4"4
'K presided and read his CJI-- ;
annual address
+ Following the reading! by the secrets: Yours for :' '
: :: business
k and treasurer, the delegates of whom I more \ 3'1
= ti there were 73; present listened to an ..-,.'.
> r entertaining address ,I. A
on forestry by
Y; .t f, Gifford Rinchot, forester of the United I A.
T e c States department of Agriculture. The BROWN & BRO. Proprietors. :
afternoon session was devoted to tht ,
reception of reports from the creden ,
tias!! committee, and visit to the .
a
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Redhouse. N. Y.

PASSENGERS ARE INCINERATED. &RUCRY
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Limited Express Collides With Freight rr
and Cars Afterward Take Fire and
.....
Three Sleepers and Two Coaches Be r ....
ing Destroyed-Two of Train Crew --- -.
,
Injured. a -O

Jamestown N. Y., April 21.-Five r
paeeengera and a brakeman lost their TijE
lives io a wreck which occurred early Cones Pretty Near Being aProfession. y
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today on the Erie railroad at Red-
house N. Y., about 8 miles from Sal
amanca. A freight train which had
t orders to take a siding to allow the [ GROCERY
r. teatibuled limited express, which left
Chicago yesterday and was due in
New York this afternoon, to pass .
through,an accident to a coupling, had
failed to clear the main track, when I BUSINESS
the express train came along. .
The result was the rear end colliclou -II
in which two women and a little ....
...
girl and two men passengers on the ..
...
.
express and a brakeman on the freight
train lost their lives, the passengers
.' s feeing burned to death by the flames But takes
two which coaches destroyed, An three express sleepers messenger and. E It Looks Easy to run a Grocery. it |

named Gabriel, had his leg crushed, r ....
.. ind Fireman Bell, of the passenger

Z: names Quired.train, was of the badly dead burned.have not So been far the ac- years of training and experience to conduct a thor- 3



received New York.today April at the 21.-A offices rep.rt3.3 of the E where the best goods sold where

Erie express railroad that which the left vestibuled Chicago limited for ough Grocery, are |

New York at 10:30 a. m. yesterday was --


'..' / train it wrecked Salamanca Redhouse, and about,three by N.colliding 3 o'clock Y.passengers. 8 miles with this a morning west freight were of E prices are never higher than they ought to be, where |

turned to death In the names, which

I 'n ers.destroyed, but All Fireman two the coaches other Bell passengers and and Express three escaped sleep Messenger the service is prompt, where all sorts and conditions | I

Gabriel were seriously injured. ...-

two The women three and passengers a child, who burned got on were the : suited. There
train at Youngstown, 0., and were going E of tastes are are a hundred little "ins" |
to Olean N. Y. Their names
were not given In the report. The

o'clock train was this due a ernoon.in New York At Redhouse about 3 and "outs" learned about the best
I it was to pass a freight, but before the toy) -be-: place to buy, |
j _
freight had got on the siding and clear. ___ .
t !!!y f ypp &fWFW A&vt*
I .
i. ed the main track the express appear. = ....

:. I, ." ; rd vestigation was and made the collision up to ordered.bring occurred.the A new surviving An train in g where to make purchases, how to take advantage of 3jp

: passengers to New York. t ygrrry .J.. "
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\ y Cleveland, (\., April 21.-Advices
received
\ discounts and hundred other
: at the headquarters of the Erie a things. We have
,
t railroad here show that in addition to 3E
,. the death of two women and a child I -4
in the wreck near Salamanca, the
.. : bodies of two men, burned to a crisp, been how for
learning to WeE
have been taken from the day roach. run a grocery ten years. 3
'-. Nothing was found by which they
, could be Identified. A brakeman on == ; -:

:*; 0 : the also Investigation freight killed.train shows named that Hotchklss the two was women arstill learning and never expect to get through. igMBjiS

and child killed were not from *
i ; Youngstown, but came in over the -YOMiasrTw: : VJ :49r
... fOy3CqttnW*<'' ***m- O
LIL- i rnr-Lj
f Pittsburg and Lake Erie road to the
. i latter city, where they boarded the
'; Erie train for Orlean, N. Y. It is be
R lieved they came from Pittsburg or NO nUISREPRESENTATIOHS.//
some point near that city. The fire
department from Salamanca reached
the scene of the wreck on a special ----=. ==. -::- ....
train at 9 o'clock and soon had several ...
GE

' :, ger cars.streams train Five were of playing the completely cars on in the the destroyed 1 burnins passe: -: GOOD. CLIVING, means eating the best foods It isn't necessary to

I They were the sleepers Leon Rubens. -4
Cloverdale, a combination car and aladies' :E be rich the of life
to enjoy good things afford
, the
j .. : .4 day coach. The freight train ... you can best for our
was made up largely of cars loadedwith C1- ......
J f ,I r entirely hard consumed.coal, many of The them wreck lIen!01(; low prices make it possible. We have the goods We want

' r furred during a dense fog, the passenger yourtrade J

'f' ', &.. while. train the latter"side was swiping"pulling the on freight a sid 3 3leg. &&>>-- {i.We; will sell you If! you get our prices before going elsewhere.


> ACCIDENT CN M. & 0, [= Coffee for Children, Ralston, Health Cerel Coffee, lOc, a package, some'

Freight!; Crashes: Into Depot on Siding,

I Mobile Brakeman, Aa.! Seriously, April 21.Through Injured. E thing new. Heinte Pure Fruit Preserves in 3 5 and 10 lb.
crocks.Don't
\ P freight train Xo. 31, of the Mobile and. .
Ohio, was wrecked late las night at< ... '
.' Lambert, 28 miles north of Mobile E over a hot stove when '
worry
,a ,; Eight cars jumped the track and lan.l you can buy pure fruit preserves J
l't. ed squaiely on top of the depot. completely

.: In the building demolishing was left It. standing.Not a timbri Nc as cheap as if you had made them yourself, and as good They
one was in the depot at the time. are
z The grade at Lambert is the steepest

F i' ; ., between and the Mobile road and makes a po a nt sharp in [Illinois guaranteed, Mason's Improved Fruit Jars, in pts, qts, and 1-2 gal J

; curve at the grade. The depot stood d
i at the foot of the curve and ",hell = J
the cars left the track they alighted or

i' the Brakeman depot. E. M. Hessell, of Men, E Grain -
dla\ Miss., was seriously injured. A\ Hay, Purina Mule Feed l
,
F broken flange is said to have caused () \rFeed
the wreck. The cars were loaded wit b! _

grain.Lumber Manufacturers'. Association. W Bran Shorts Cotton Seed Meal

WashIngton. April :21-The Nation- .
al Lumber Manufacturers' association m
begun a two-days session here today 9- -4
markIng its first -- -41II
yearly meeting. PresIdent --
( E. C. Fosburgh, of Norfolk Va. c-- -
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presided and read his annual address 414
= following! the reading: by the secretary I E Yours for
and treasurer, the delegates of whom more business ,
there were 73: present listened to a !
entertaining address: on forestry l\\I IGiffard
Rinchot forester of the United! I
(' States department of Agriculture. ThE j : A. BROWN & BRO.
afternoon session was devoted to th Proprietors
reception of reports from the creden ,
tials'! committee,and

r vartment division of the a agricultural visit to the forestry de :((1"66"6"6"6"6"6'6"" ." ." " "1 1"1"t" "6" " '" " " "/" '&" "


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