The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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': I TOL.= XXXVII, NO ]4 _
SASA ELIZABETH HASBIS. Local Editor A Busy 'Day in Court. The Passing of "Soup Bones."
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r: =- YesterJay was a busy day in the The fancy cross bred steer, Soup I SEEDS that will

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. circuit conrt. I Bones, exhibited on the streets yesterday I of Vegetables sow ; '

I *w Israel Brown, an oil time colored was sold by the Chamblis & I ed PRIZE MEDAL .
The losses at the Wettt mill are fully
mau, was convicted,of selling intoxi- Co. Stock Farm, to the Florida :Meat GARDEN SEEDS
, covered by Insurance.
cating beverages without a license. Packing Company, and will be N. C. ,with price FREE.

Ifr. 8. W. Teague leaves today on The court'withheld sentence. butchered at once and put in cold SEED GROWERS, Philadelphia. t z

i an official visit to Tallahassee. Edward Austin, charged with the storage, to be sold by this enterprising I about

larceny of horse, entered a plea of institution, to its customers for ,cargo

N Miss Rowena Griffin, of Georgia, iso guilty and was sentenced to serve a Christmas beef. This steer is out of I }

the city the guest ef her sister, term of three years at hard labor in a high grade Shorthorn cow by a r.i r.
D. Lancaster.Mr. NASH.
Mrs. T. the penitentiary. registered i Hereford bull; was two
Rebecca Mixon alias Rebecca years old on December 2nd, and I
G. E. Hammond
a prosperous' 1.
farmer of the Blitchton neighborhood, Howard was next put upon trial I weighed yesterday, on Mclver & Mc

charged with the murder of Willie Kay's scales, 1300 pounds, This tine one
was among the many visitors to Ocala '
- yesterday, Butltr. I animal is the first baby beef to be the ) -

I The crime for which this woman is finished and butchered in Florida.He beat

' Miss Florrie Crook,of Palatk'a, will on trial happened in the Spencer was bred in Indian Territory. Mr. Clous' Headquarters! !

; ..4' come to Ocala Sunday to be the guest quarters some months ago.AdUpute Kaiser, the expert butcher for the eon

, ",1'' .f her sister, Mrs. A. E. Gerig for arose over some cents, packing company was amazed when I Yq

, F ,;, several weeks. both pieties were under me intluence he west to the Palmetto Ptrktock I The : DOLLS, dressed and un-

' r of liquor and the woman, it is supposed Farm, as he said no such animal had ARE: Also fine line of Gifts '>
" Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munroe left
(there were no eye witness) met his e\e since, leaving Kentuckyand : Prices Way Down. We i
,"i' t yesterday via S. A. L. for a tour To the line of
, stabbed him to the heart and iu a the big western slaughter houses. Ladies'i
through Mexico for the benefit of
" '! little while he dropped dead. The quality of this meat is hat
, y.:.. Mr. Munroe's health. of ( to Wear Hats
I\1 i' I The woman was defended by Hon. usually served at the best city clubs. ) = =

h:,' +' > Our Gore! will be open seers I Raymond B. Bullock, whose reputation The Windsor Hotel, in Jacksonville! ,
,Ih'I A'! night until 10 o'clock the as an eloquent and successful the best patronized hotel in Florida, Prices. KID ; 1
k balance of this", 3cur. The ter ( ) DRESS GOODS, TRIM
, ; criminal lawyer, is becoming very has sent in a large; order, and will
1 j.} I: Ocala Bazaar (atloii. &n er- is Children's SHOES, Gents' i
H ':_ intendent. 12 13 tt great, and the state was ably represented -I serve this meat to its crowds of guestson Call and see me anyway. 1
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p--t: : by Mr. Neil M. Allred. Christmas day. The time will
/; ; A few articles:: ui embroidery and to please. ;
Both gentlemen made notable come when Florida beef will fill the
: 1 pyrograpby suitable for Xmas presents you t
1,ptL ji (f' also materials for doing Mme speeches. bebt demands, and as the honor roll of \ A. NASH.

'..! -i} can be obtained of Mrs. Qui ley at The following named gentlemen the users grow, at the head of the list

1"I r'; :9 Dougherty street, Ocala. 1U 16 6t served as jurors, viz: will stand the Florida Meat Packing
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1: Mrs. Newberu of LeRoy accompanied Jobn T. Crawford, James L. Siuo*k, Company and the Windsor Hotel of t

je by her mother, Mrs. C. Y. Clifford M. Livingston, H. L. Bitting, Jacksonville. F

. H. T. Altman, M. F. Dodson, H. C.
: Miller Ocala
t passed through yester- A Big Sale.

: ." day en route to Gainesville, where ItiysorH.G. Dansby J. L. Parra- Mr. J. M. Benton who has been
more and Robert G. Blake. O : '
t to visit friends.
they go occupying the Mcconnell house onCarp '
Ir After being out several hours the
HighU for the three
: ; Dr. 8. H. Butch, of Blitchton, was jury returned a verdict of "guilty of past : '
concluded the by their own Seca. 4
years, yesterday negotious
1: among our numerous visitors: yesterdays
murder in the first degree with a of constipation before itt
for the purchase of the beauti- I
::1. a's and says that he wl: begin recommendation to the mercy of the t 'ironic. Take + 1
ful four and a half acre lot owned at
, f; building that dwelling in Ocala: just court." land I I,I
different tunes first by Mr. James A. ) : : L1VR
; {. as soon as! he can c;p.t aroun-1 to it. This saves the w nan from the & I II
, f ri.1'k i' Harris. Mr. Albertus Vozt,, and the I lIG PELLETS

Miss Johnnie LiJdon will return death penalty. late Mr. I'.ruinby McConnell, and | Nsh'n acd do act get is hert{

p i.i if home today from a visit to her father City Council Meeting. lastly; by )Ir:!. Cote.Itisthemost 3b'0! gripe, in and make eonErmet'' )
t. acs gently and lee the 1t I ii
/d : beautiful lot in the the
and brother at Parriah. )1 rli. Mallory The bi-SuOuthly meeting of
For aale by eD derlara
Liddon, who went with her, has ex- the city council was held last: night. city au i was the one selected for the his : ah a tree sample ar .e silt

, tended her visit to Tampa and will Six of the nine aldermen were pres locution <>f the state capital hid iug r
9 C I '
, .' (1' i' return Monday. ent. Ocala! been fortuuate enough in capturing Mfg. .
9 that prize. York I
The most! importint thing that engaged -
9 : : The home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
9 : the attention of the distinguished Mr. Benton will divide this proper. nail -
Jones,just west of O aia, was made r
9 body was the declaring of the ty into half acre building lots and and ;
9 I [ happy several das ago by the arrival
' i result! of the recent municipal elec. will dispose of all but one and that dn
i of a 10 pound girl. Dr. Jno. M.
tion. After carefully inspecting the one he will reserve for his own use it
.. Thompson was the attendant, and
,1i "' ballots and detecting nn frauds orirrtgul"ritits and will immediately erect upon it a pis;; I i

f f says all are doing well.\ the gentlemen already line dwelling.A !
.HTOUK, OCALA: }'I.I ...\.
: ; f; We are glad to note that Mrs. Edward named in these columns were duly Card of Thanks. .,
,, f. Hiller was out driving yesterday! declared elected. To the EJitorof the <>.:ala Banner said I

p I .j- for the first time since her serious "The electric light plant, the procuring Will you be so kind HS to allow nit } JOHNSON

: } accident when she was thrown froma of electric light poles, a horse!! space iu your valuable paper; lo express Ll'' ,

a carriage while visiting Hon. and for the tire department and other my gratitude to Messrs. O. W. ;;; Dealer in

I ; Mrs. E. H. Mote at Leesburg four matters were discussed! and several I and F. 0. Reagan the empoyes of i iI ('

..i "' weeks ago. bills and ordinances were referred to the Spoke and Rim Factory, the W. : : ( SECOND( HAND N MACHlH(8y'((

the several appropriate committees. I O. W. and all other friends, for their
i : Mr. J. H. Brinion, principal of the PROPRIETOR OF
kindness to me in my recent illness. and I
commercial department of the An Oyster Supper.
Respectfully, CITY MACHINE
'I'l East Florida Seminary at Gainesville After the election of officers last
W. I. Kxox. 41
; and Lease.
and candidate for superintendent of night the Masons gave a bounteous 1.
; Ocala, Fla., Dec. 14th, 1903. bli:;: Second Hand Rail Bought and Sold. t
: public instruction for this county, is oyster supper which was largely attended ,
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Fined.C. fine h return tubular boiler one i:
'ii visiting Ocala and bhaking bands and greatly enjoyed. Heavily prepare!
boiler 100 horse
on power
rr with his numerous friends. Oysters were served in all styles: S. Brown, white, of Silver ter engine, one 10x24 Tolbert engine, one.a J:

I raw, stewed, fried, scalloped, roasted, Spring, was tried before Judge Bul- t Safety:; engine, one 12x16 Erie City '!
: Frank Planer, one 30 ton Baldwin lo ,
Mr. Edward Holder had the ,
r .- patties; besides, pickles, crackers, Wednesday morning for selling lot of other boilers and engines and >)j'
: to have a valuable dress suitcase cotlee, cigars, etc. whisky without a license and was on hand. }

r : stolen from him while stopping I I The following visitors were noted: found guilty. FLOKIIM. .

: over iu Duunellon Saturday. The A. P. Stucky, Tampa George Heintz, The court sentenced him, to pay a -. -.- u_ i!

r contents are worth several hundred BlackvilleS. C.; S. E. Livingston, fine of $5 O0 and costs, or in default of V\N

:i dollars. ire has offered $)0 reward North, S. C.; J. J. Watson, Tallakassee which to be imprisoned one year in > < 11
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for of the thief.
... apprehension ; Lowell Goodsell, Springfield, the county jail.

.. 'I f We are in receipt of a pleasant Mo.The Public Notice. } i

: letter from Mr. James P. aviu, for- I I newly elected officers are the The publi is hereby warned that I GOODS I {

. c merly immigration inspector stationed following: will pay no orders given on me from
E.ChaceW. M Sidney Hiller, whomsoever unless such
: at Key West and during which J. ; any person
J. W Jake person has written authority from me in the City for Quality.
. : time made several official and social S. W; J. J. ;
authorizing them to make such orders.
: Tiaita Lavin is now Brown, Sec'y; Frank Watson, Treas.
e to Ocala. Mr. Ocala Fla., Dec. I, 1903.

= ; Immigration agent at Seattle, Wash. Students Coming Home to Spend the I 12 4 4t C. J. JOHNS. $1.50 to $12 00

I I';'- Rev. L. W. Moore, who bas been assigned Holidays. For Sale at a Bargain. Plush Finish. :

S to Ocala by the late annualS I The students who will spend the House and lot of E. C. Hood in and Brushes .

conference, as editor of the Florida holidays at home are the following : third ward now occupied by E. W.

. Christian Advocate made a favorable Misses Bebsle Porter, Stetson Uni Davis, for sale :at a bargain, for cash. Best Friend. .
Apply to R. G. Wright, Oxford,
=,; reputation wherever the paper was versity t DeLand; Edna Dozier, Convel'le Fla.' 1211m daw Glass Ware

S. Ci; Hazel Hiller, X. Y; Sallie
.} read, and as a pulpit orator has few Pitchers.
. equals and no superior In the con Camp, Hollins Institute Roanoke Va; For Rent.
I F Twenty acres rich hammock land,
and Rebecca Andersoou, Ran PERFUMERY
. : terence. Ocala is to be congratulated. Mary
: near town, under good fence, reaay
dolph Macon, Lynchburg, VA; Shellie Lazelle's and French's. _
cultivation. Good
for immediate
S Miss Sara Harris, of Ocala Fla.. Router, Wesleyan Macon, Ga; Pansy onion, cabbage: and potato land. Colgate's and Seely's. J ,
who is the of friends in this .,
guest Zewadaki ;
Souter, Osco Guy Apply at this office. 1014
S{ city has been elected as one of six I Bruce Meflert, Hampton Chambers
II Wanted.
I young ladies to represent Florida at Gainesville.Fer .
East Florida
f Fifty men to work at mill and on STOREI i
the St. Louis Exposition next spring. Sale. farm. {

4 The contest was participated in by
Thirty five acres rich hammock AldO a good sawyer who can run a.
ecorea of candidates, and the prize land near Ocala. Twenty acres I Veneer machine. Apply to
I under fence and ready for immediate
4 was well worth striving for.-Thomas- cultivation. Good for trucking of all J. B. MALLOY,
I 1014 1 1M3.60d. f .
Title (Ga.,) Enterprise. kinds. Apply at tbis office. Anthony FlaJ


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v-yi THE OCALA BANNER 1 1 1I 1f .

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I THE OCALA BANNER' I I OALA AND KINS COTTON. I Suppose that K'M evell had U-eii I TURPENTINE NOTES. I .- .- -, ._- _-. .-: .-- -- -:. .-. -- -- -c'' tI ,

1 f I : I elected preMdeiuof the United. state* I

'! The average uuiLUrr of baits of continuously as Diaz Las! erved aspreideut D.iVi" & McNeil recnuly added

: I F1 -.:'-. 'C'I.'S, .:.'..,..-..... cotton shipped annually iroiu Ocala of the republic of Mexico, 1iOiOaerrsof round timber to their i i

\ I ':I >> !''isonr i thousuid wtirtb about J125uw ,- turpentine farm utar Winter Uardt-u! I.ottoteaeI
; I .. T. Leares:::, 3:_ens Yaae:. who believes that tbiug-t would have

\. --- -- ; ,). Thl number ot baby will t* been as placid iu the United states .
I Thirty thousand acres:: of timln-r 1
i greatly multiplied! when the business as they have been in Mexico. Every
i rights in Lake county were reou I ly >s)ol % >wr ,
t I i 'of growing the staple H in t"ttd I I south American republic would have
gold at 31.ii an acre.
6'I I I'j ;! s-hape. The i- tuii'g year will 110 I Ii been ripped in twain, the Central .
'I I
:$ i doubt beunalized by a larger area Americal states would have been The Mi-Neil Brothers, of Lak-
( I R.F
1 of eotum planting that for several dismembered and
r separate governmental Helen, Fla., who began working on

1 I r I years past. l autonomy in Mexico and their turpentine plant over a month

( Cotton always commands ready Canada would have long since ceasedto ago: have bOld it to a Mr. Hou.liLive I' tI

cash and as a crop it b lu.ly a certainty. exist.;; Teddy is a real Eosco,-be Oik. They sold at an a
t I Asoou: as the cotton plant- "eat 'em alive!" of Jio.fXO. IsMeldr ;
( i i! iug is earned ou upon business prin- S .
The :McNeil Bro*., who have pm. lI ,;
Frank is mad all He
\ValpoIe ovr.
I ciplts whieh are for the protection of I
}I chased ( the Cuusolidaied L :
I ruin .Utl
i 4, MOTTO: THE BASSEI., BELIEVING the: planter against: the buyer'sfor U I! mad with Jennings; mad with thelegislature ;t-ik-r1
Company 14,000( acres north and t'a.t .
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO !j i x hl'mt' gelling the product at of Florida; mad because!
i i OF THDSELIU.S I of Lake HelfU, Fla., for turpentine, :/ /:\;;ir. Fj/f J'A
: TAKE CARE j!! too 10 prices, or prices not too far he voted for Jennings; mad bc-iuae :;: ';."-arr..:

TAKES ITS STAND IS THE BARRFi : j|i! below whit the article brings! in the he went in with the ring in Tampa, have also purchased Frank ChandlerV -
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, place and tbe Glenco farm .-d 6
CADES j on by
ASD ITS FIGHT, WILL BE MADE FOR j jTHK |! hands of the ;.pv'tfUtori, the profitto and i is mad with himself generallyand Peter Ita If liDS. DOD': tt

t BETTERMEXT OF THOSE AT THE the grower' tilt be sufficient to has wiped the dual of Florida ott
I .ICooks'
Ii. his feet.V> told FranK not to dolt
8 y'r0M.FRIDAY.---- bring him satisfaction in his mindas Biggest Vessel Afloat

well M iu Ins pocket. There is no -not to vote for Jennings, not lo The new steamer Batlic recently -

i DECEMBER IS 14U. I Ij territory anywhere on the earth that leave Palmetto, but be would do it launched at Belfast is -'the largest

i j I will with proper cultivation produce and the above is the result. vessel iu the world. The following/< :
From tbe very little business going j better results in cotton planting than are her dimensions: Length, 729inches 5 fret ,
The departmeut: of state has announced
on in our courts it would seem that In Marion tountY sr.: before, that it can not retrace the ; breadth, 75 feet; depth, 4'J No matter how faithful and hon j

we are tecouiiuga law abiding people. during and rteht slier the civil war, atf.ir.i i feet. Her gross tonnage will, be nearly est your cock may be. she is behind .
steps taken in the Panama the times if lard '
she uses or cocking butter fer fryxf cd shcr'ts
w ere periods: that prove this proposition :3,0uu; her capacity for cargo about : cg.
three volutions in fiftyseven Like the woman who elects in fo The great medical and cooking a-Jthont.es: of the country uy to tEat
Fifty 'ihe cleared and the \'irglDI 23,00 ions, and the displacement: at endorse Ccttolene as the mat palatable.! ke&thful! and ecc&cn&ai: cock I
years is the record the pres.dentgives (!I wrong it must pursue the downward ir.g fat on the market The following: cures cf Cease:. tsdsre rt
: laud is here in abundance yet. her had drft about 40WJ tons.
revolutinzwme. cour-e. The of Colombia is the are household words :
the I.-tbuiu*. That i-j rape
: Cotton mills of recent starin: the There will be accommodation mall Mrs. Sarah Tyson Rarer, Mrs. Emma P. Ewt::g, Majicn Hir4a4! :
mo-t colotvul and awful in history. Mrs. Eliza R. Parker, Lida Ames Willis, Mrs. Janet: M. Hill Dr Mary L .
forth 11.tt'wiiSr"t for nearly 3.0UO besides
the south
to to passengers
I Green, Miss Margaret Wister, Mrs. Elizabeth 0. Hitler: Mrs. Helta: Armstrong I
When we hear cla?.,ics.ngt we 1.r kli>ui>side the cotton patches.Ih Tne beauty of Marion county, sa>sIndustry ,I quarters for a crew of about ;i50, aim Christine Terhane Herrick, Mrs. F. A. Bessca. R. Ogden Deruoi,
pUud with our hands.Vheu -.1 as is customary in the While star M. D.. LL. D., J. Hcbart. Egbert A. M. M. D., Ph. D. and bunredl d
produtlf m-titutious m commerce can: not be over-state*! and
ethers, prcnucent ia household: eccncrsy and tie!: cedcal pro/Hioa.
hear the old fashioned !.oougsw applaud nave not rea'bed Ocala yet, the taste of any one can be suited, for tpsmt"rDO pains will be spared in USE l ft LESS. Ccttolene being richer than either: lard cr cockitj

with our tears. I !I providing for the con\euiece auo butter, cne-third less is required.
tLouili they could not fiud i better the soil ranges from the rich and hilly
3 I comfort of all cla..es of passengers.an4 FREE Sera us a 2e stA!!"!) b pay posa** &=4 t+!T teal yea a espy tt ear tock,
j Hearst has established a ue-v peprr I territory in wbica 10 ruu everythingirwiu hamm
+ ; ihe I of the leafed Mace only! ty THE N. K. FAIRBAUK COMPANY, red 502 Okan
The lakes
; gin to tbepiud'e. long pine. ..
union In addition
}i at Los Abgeles aqd J/JOJ uutu l i ij to the ordinary st4iroonis. > 1HUBBARD
j from all stations of the st+te inarched If 0 -a'a would U,ud herself fur a and flowingitreann and picturesquelinks' there will bl"" cuiteconsisting l

I in prvct" ion to celebrate its t> rtb.t few hundred ihuuJtui dollar formanufactories add much to the charm of of bed i, sitting and bath rooms; also, ..

of the single berth state room
various kinds, wl- landscape.ir. I

t Cotton seems to have: the wings ofa ton and cotton ;red, Wittild( make her ,I
W. J. Bryan is writing tome & MACDUFf r
flying machine, but unfortunatelythe rich. PROFITThe
iolereyliDs !titers! on the present i,
reducers! must stay close tl> tor Bttuntit; or bonuvto mauu-

earth and eee the epevuUtors !get tsetunesou prOClil'I\IIn..i1: and plan political campaign in England for rue HEADQUARTERS FOR
New York American. He gives a ,
the re ults.I will i>e tbe biM-s; of great trade Dttl'OUI1Ut'rce

for Ocala. graphic description of Chiaitlaiu: : : matter of feed is of
Hrnator Tahaferro ha- introducedresolutious AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
I T -- A-iuiih, Ro on, Lord Robbery, I
.rep.rr'i by the ladies otSanfnrd tremendous the
importance to
THE EARLY PRIMARY COUP O'TAr: Lord Go>eben, the Duke of Devon-
to iuveslieatc 5s t'rn 5j I rn.
I asking couirr- ? shire and other notable character r r ..
I farmer. Wrong feeding is I I -T-r7-Ti: f :; I ; t I .n.
the charges h .inst Hon. Reed :5.U'JOt! I I Ihooe who chiu .. I' ; ; f i ii _, I .
to uuder-tand
the ----r-r -
I Tne Prt.grrsiand Prosperity edition r j I r .-r- r-1"- j
the Mormon EMer. MtualMU declare tb"I, majority ofLedrmocrotle loss. Right feeding is profit nlJ j
f ,,
1 ; stale execiilie cum of the Pen,;icola Journal l H out audis I r : !rri'r....._. I. 7 .. I --_- ., i'"t. ': :i!
If there is anything in ibis world wit ee are already l pledged to an sariyprlw.ry It i is The up-to-datefarmer: knowswhat I !r '- f r-::a j N.I I l'1 i .I.. 'j
1 an publieiiioa. in >--- : .
t' ,
as they belie: *e a late t ; ,
pri- .-L ( r
lev aboui than ,
i that Sam Jones Imo AS > ; -< -- -------1'-
mar> likely destroy the intent rnigizine! form and contains forty to teed his cows to r t =
get r--
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Hbd of r' t r I- "d1i : .
rel.gion it 13 politics. He says that purpo-es thstite plitforui.Th ", -i,
and is full of interesting information .
Parker will fi;hi it out with Rw..?e- j i \tt-OUiht- exact that date is tiot known, but it I isi pages the most milk, his pigs to get :.. -*- F S3H3 t ; J ; i%
a cornproimhas terra of the lovely and Igrolo\'ing r .. ; I" r'RtscarEtyta
: vrlt. That ought to amok P.srlil'r. j made, which will result !m theseleei- -. _:: f- 5'I"... s.-.,-.,;;., _._. _. ..... __._..
City of the Gulf. the his hens w's.:; -=---
ins; of Mime date duriog the firstweek most pork, to -- ,
ecis) ,H.rsear.i
Hag Cttttt
I m Ma>. There me, it i u and, ...,'
S ])5uls.or'i3. .
a J. E. T. Bowdtn has: aauoaneed a -tar.: -:. t '6 in amt
-verii The Mexican chamber of the Science.
j uiembrwhoin?i t that: the deputies ret most ec s.
1 OO
that he i is a candiJtte for delegate to middle It of April is Ut enough. pad the bill amending the constitution Made of large, strong. high! grade steel wires, hcavi. rr_:\an.-.J
H authoritatively learned that But how about the children ?
the national democratic convention! (;OV. Jeuuigi and his friruds.al.o to provide a six! year presidential i- Amply provides for expansion and conu-at on. Is pract.cai;.v e'.era

b to In held next summer. Mr. BoadrAi3 favor an early primary! and that! they term and tit.tlbh"k Are they fed according to lasting. Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain! is p-.t o-i it
believe a campaign of nine month is v Does not mutilate, but does, eficieatiy, turn cattle horses, hogs
well known citizen of Jacksonville
All Mexico needs I
sufficiently presidency. now
louij.-Metropolis. and
science, a bone food if bones pigs'l
t. The state committee has not yet to be up to date is to :adopt ;a systemof :; t

The Miami Metropolis ii now print been called to meet and will not like- grafting. are soft and undeveloped, a EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby >r

ed as a daily and u ju..t such a ly be in cession before the manufacturers and
paperas January.If flesh and muscle food if theyare by us Call and see :: Caa sit'w von howit
The chairman of the national republican
one would expect from Editor the first primary i3 called in will save you money and fence your heads *o tas w;.: stay fenced.

Tatum. Frt:o dispatches, linotype April, instead of being nice months committee: want the adoption thin and weak and a blood
't of a new basis of representationthat Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Ecoasaj r C-na Skeiters, Yaroisl.
machine ml and is at the top notch it will be !It'8S than tour months
; and food if there is anemia ? Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash '
t along all lines. three of these months are the worstin would curtail the southern dele B&S, Etc. :

gation. This is not a new want by Scott's Emulsion is mixed
i the whole yearafad in which a Hubbard g Ocala Fla.
The congress of the United States open- any means. MacdufH

adopted a resolution practically unanimous air campaigning is almost impo.ible. food ; the Cod Liver Oil in it

authorizing tbe impeach- Governor Jennings is rignt. Sine The high price of cotton and the + b

went of United States Judge Charles months is sufficiently long, but i is not price of cloth is at such a variance I makes flesh, blood and muscle, SEED POTATOESWe j

warne. Tne resolution Vr"IiS. introduced too long to adequately cover the forty the cotton mills!: are threatened* with the Lime and Soda make bone

Hon. W. B. Lawar.t five counties of the state.If di-ister. It is thought the mills will
; by
and brain. It is the standard hate( full -lock of
the committee the
---- meets in January close to force up price.

nine months will place the holding The government bureau's estimate scientific food for delicate Spaulding's Improved Rose No.A.

of the first primary in September and Maine Early Rose.
I of the cotton crop is placed at .S62- children.
OIZi. that, as has already been :said by Bliss Triumph.As .
s 039 biles. It is a much dower estimate
this paper, is the ideal month. I
than was looked for and sent Send for free well as other varieties at lowest market prices. Write for
The man who wants the committeeto quotations, stating number of
cotton prices booming sample. : bars wanted.
meet in January and fix the tim IDEAL) POTATO MANURE $3t.tll: per ton will make them
I Fe sure that this : iathe
j for holding the first primary in April And the Gainesville Star seems toy I Ii fora ol a Libel a on the grow. 1stfor our booklet entitled. "Irish Potatoes" "Soil
Ii wrapper of every bottle: c(' Seed, Planting, Cultivation Effect of Fertilizers. and
i jisaa enemy to the system and i il hive thrown away itspepper: box F.aaa oOI you buy. Shipping," sent on request. Dicing .

l j It seeking its abolishment and is de.ignedly al-o. Editor Godwin is getting aI-I j Scott&BowneCHEMISTS.

l t 1 1l !|i .! taking the first steplin thati most docile. WILSON & TOOMEU FERTILIZER COMPNY ;f ,

;i t! direction. Lamar '''Ulil 409 Pearl! St., N' Y.50x. Jan 15 ICKMIXV1LLK, }'I.OUIU.Ii: II.i.
Congressman! walkei right
ot the wolves
!( in sheep'a and $11 I all dreggis::
clothing-beware of those who are into fame. -- -- JAS.M.GRAHAM, Prt ldE'llt. GEO"W.HYPE. VictPMiThe
DRPERCESE Ii i parading in friedly primary colors for Judge Reeves, of the first circuit ,
the purpose of effectually seeking its has resigned. j iI I iI I First National Bank

abolishment.The -
fOETTE Watson on Jefferson.
a people want
i no snsp judg OF GAINESVILLE.The
OIl'n1"ud Thomas E. Wafcon, in his "Life ,
are not in the humor to

.i I ESCRIFilfrl tolerate it. and Times of Thomas Jee rson':' Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County. "

l I They want no repetition of Roose- says that Mr. Je2er on was "just the Capital . . . . . . . . . . fX? 00

I WIll CURE YOU 1I velt's Panama coup d'etat kind of man the stranger would applyto Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . l'"XIX1( '..

a beggar hunt up, a cynic shun, a Does exclusively a banking tuiue:;, with facilities tqual to any bank tn( the

Whit Florida is Doing. bigot hate, a sharper pursue, a scholar state.Etc S ilicts the accounts of Farmers: Merchants: Corporations, < I'
I I Interest allowed by special &rriDtt'ml'ot.11 business ;
I IT MAKESSTRONG: Florida is sending two] million delight in, a patriot trust, a neighbor i O-IT transacted promptly. j

I boxes of oranges to mark, and the love and impose on, a shyster outwit, H. E. TAYLOR.ft hitr

; fruit is: bringing satisfactory prices to fellow statesman respect and enemies : ,

-1 tl EAKWOIW the growers. When the Florida's are ridicule as often as they ROLLS FROM Only the be 3 C. f. G R ACE. .
OUR OVE.material
l h i iSKK'HoHfN found in market, there is practicallyno hate." gce
into the oven and Successor to Ctntral Lumber Co.
ale.for the California's or those A Good Platform. only the Dealer In i

ii imported.-Volusia County Record. What wanted here is two or three BEST BREAD Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringC eiling, I .

-A-Good Platform.- more railroads, deep water a public rolls out It is delightfully crisp and j and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
i wholenome. A few slices buttered is a .
dock more religion:: and (less 'whiskey.I Manufacturer of
Syrup and taters, hog and meal in itself and
hominy, almost as nutritious Turned Ballusters j
-Punta Gorda Herald. I as meat. Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and I
forage, grain, beef, pork-remember
Orders for Bread, etc., can be more Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School I
WLL4 I that these words spell prosperity.Take National honor a multitudeof atisfactorily filled byBENDS' I Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

I them for your slogan Monti- sins when the honor is! of the rub- receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and f

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Ij 1'1 1}: Jill ELIZABETH\ EABBIS. Local E 1torI I BECOMING fl CITY. The Marlow Trial Hint For the Millions. Q_ ? <

A large number of persons, especially There was a man in our towu about a
1 Beautiful Holiday Decorations- I from arros' theriver, were in Ocala giant's size

i s f1 Throngs Crowd the Postoffice Tuesday to witness the beginning of Who nearly starved to death because Strauss' Royal Reserve 1wvw
1. Ocala hotel registers are grow. he wouldn't advertise. :
f* Drug Store and Ocala Music Co. the Mario trial, but at the appointed And when he weighed but forty

t|ing..- apace.. In no other way more than in her hour the attorney for the priaoutr pounds he grasped his rusty pen A FAMILY STIYL'9' ::T. FIt!! ISC* FUSIL OIL-

& Hon. J. G. Strozier iJol now located submitted an affidavit that an important And wrote an ad and published it, "
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holiday openings-iu her display of : f
--Pit Winter Garden. witness, bubpeoua for whose and now he's fat again. i iJ
, Christmas goods-does Ocala show i
i, presence had been i issued, wag absent!: ,
I Mr.V.. H. Clark went to Orange her Hon. Reed Smoot says he has six I
t : rapid evolution from a town intoa towit'kS in some turpentine... camp J : :
flake another ducking expedition children and one wife.
on full grown city. in Hillsborough county and the case Lj

[Monday. Isn't it nice to be called a city was continued until next Monday.! >
I- Mr. James W. Saude s is putting a Whether: Ocala in reality!: has aright Hon. Raymond B. Bullock, counselfor GUILTYOF -. !

h. ft nee around the old W. F. Marlow, is fighting hard for the '
anew; to this cognomen or not, she is, One tuirl SI.OO tSot
Jones lot. life I.f his client, and, as is his duty, GROSS NEGLIGENCE : Dclhcrcd. :

to bay the least, rapidly assuming i is taking advantage of all the technicalities
fr' Mr J. Q- Will, one of the Star force DID NOT HEED WARNINGS I i
, city ways. unit' forma of practice, and r Two (ltrtrt.2.O1)dot
has returned to his home at Starke on Ih'liu'rt. :
L She has her spring and summer and will exhaust all the resources:: of the This la the verdict that should be rei-

,. sick leave. law for his client, but despite which dered In so many cases of death from kid. .f ;
fall and winter millinery openings Four Qutrte :SttOODelivered.:
next annual encampment ofConfederate the silver lining to the impenetrable ney diseases. A slight disorder, which RIUSS -
.t .I... The which always attract large crowds coula hare been easily cured,Is neglectedan i ,
;: Veterans will be held in clouds which are gathering about I
and are looked forward to as a matterof terminates Ic Brteht's Disease or I E TttelteQuart.Slo.)0
him, seems almost invisible, and the Diabetes. 1 4tt
Ocab. h'liu'r..d.
: course, and the hats and bonnet,
Ballard has returned [ struggle promises to he a fierce and Most of these victims could have been 1. :
L' Mfrom ss Luta
feathers birds and ribbons displayed desperate' one. laved by taking FOLET'S KIDNET CUBE,

, c' a several days visit to JacksouTille. are so artistic iu their arrangementand 1'bepn-judil'eof the comiLuuity in as It positively will cure any case of kid. tt ttSTRAU t

I ; beautiful in themselves that their ney or bladder disease If taken In time, i
I -- which the homicide occurred seems: but it cannot make new kidneys for you.So

I Mr. and Mrs.:: John Kobertson and fame belongs! to Otulu to be all oue-:-ided and the trill and don't risk life and health by delay but ,-1 !'

I the baby_left '''Tue day for a visit to Her holiday openingarelikewite take FOLET'S KIDXET S&CGi
; termination of the case i is: looked for. CUBE at once. !

! 'Whitney.Mr. becoming more elaborate, more artis ward to with intense interest. Diseased kidneys Injure all ef the er- } :*i HHt 'I, ';
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tic and more popular every )'eir. gins as they then fail to eliminate poisons J
l': and Mr+. Clarence Camp reI Will Not to Troy. from the blood which accounts for the -
From the displays seen iu nearly go
I turned Tues,lay from several week's : many different symptoms of this disease.FoLET'e STRAUSS & CO. Ocala Fla. : j
I ; every window and the inside decora- The members of the First!! Baptist KIDNEY CURB makes the kidneys :
: "' visit to New I atious we may well imagine that we church of Ocalt, are very) happy. right and the attendant ills quickly '11.r

Turkeys are selling for b5c a piece in are a minature Washington, the holiday Rev. L. Warren, who some time disappear. .

! : Texas. They are bringing $1.25 a decorations of which are so eloquently I sinct, received a unanimous call from Watch your kidneys, as you may be .,

Apiece in Ocala. : described elsewhere in our th.,church at Troy, Ala., after prayer-. drifting toward' Bright's Disease ; and, t t
remember that the work of destructiongoes
columns. ulconaideration has declined to accept JUST RECEIVED] j }
r :: on constantly, and If you have rea
Gordon and Mr. C. G.
Mr. Henry
it and will In Ocala another
, Tuesday\ there were found open. remain sons to believe your kidneys or bladderare .t. ''

Leitner represented Dunnellon in ings iu the Postoftice Drug store and year at leant, 'uucli to the delight of affected, you should take FOLEY ;. j'

,; Ocala Monday. the entire membership. Mr. Warrenis KIDNET CCBK at once and remove all J i
it the Ocala Music Store. possibility of fatal results. OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston ]

Mrs. Harry Wright, of Macon, is' Both of these stores are located in a popular pastor and a zealous SEYMOUR WEBB,of Moira,N.Y.,writes: lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United a ,

her mother, Mrs. Robert the Merchants Block and are among worker and draws large congregations.Liverspotshavespoiled "I had been troubled with my kidneys States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, EggPlant !
visiting for Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of FBI.,* !
twenty-five years and had tried several
the finest in the 'It
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Bullock. ( many pretty physicians but received no relief until and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .

It is reported that Mr. Albertus The mural decorations of the Post- uplexious, and nothing so completely I[ bought a bottle of FOLET'S KIDXKTCTJBE. sure to see or..write us before you buy your Early i
ollice Drug Store: were, something removes them as KMI.OII'S\ Corn for spring. .
t : Vogt has been to Indiana and made After using two bottles I WM
elegant, and in the center of the store Tonic Regulator. Jut a mite of thispleasbnl absolutely cured. I earnestly recommend
f land deal.
,, t'. a big and in the show cages were tastefully! vegetable powder on retiring Fot EY's KIDNEY CCEE.*
I I ptiiiH the bloom of health on the The Ocala ed Store I
i i I ')lr. R. J. Camp, ot White !Spring., di played all Torts of holiday goods, cheek Large tin box 2oc. Postoftice Posto'lic-'! Drug Store.

is visiting his brother, Col. W. >. such as cut glass tine porcelain, : D.U;$ S'ore. m
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Catup, of this.city. china i toilet articles, books, toys, Diamond Robbery. -. i- ,
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I The:Messrs. Mathie, the big oautabujHj I etc. While Mr. and MN. J. Car-stena Y \lx --c
There were many callers and the
growers, are back from a visit were attending! divine wlr.hilSuu. I --.

,.. to Blaekville\ 8. C. deooratious and display tlecited day night some miscreant by means i I 1nlj JL
much favorable criticism.! :
of ladder entered their rooms and I
.; 3issSara. Whitrield is: assisting in The Ocala Music Company's display

!: :' the Christmas Ocala Music holidays.Mr. Company. during the was truly more a surprise magnificent and plan was thanutij on amuck among\ The other diamond things rings.stole two the very'lilu..lile case Ii i L, :@gt: !im ]b JTUJLkIAL! 'OOH"K II, : .

police are working up
I j,.' before I :
thing ever attempted "
and it h that the thief will be
and Mrs. Edward Holder, .
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, Dunnellon, were late arrivals at the caught and the property recovered. I 0 f:165- i
Japanese umbrellas and lanterns of I
; Ocala Hou6IondIlY.: r, eire a .*U in ene Jay I I II
I extiui.itecolors and some of extraordinary I
I Tie Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab ,
j i Mesbrs. E. R. and W. N. Wicker, Mzt; were suspended from 't:1: druggists refund the moneyif I : OFFERS AS GREAT SECURITY AS ANY BANK i;:

E the Coleman truckers, were registered the Ceiling, and fans of many sizes and it failes tu cure. K: W. Groie's ''
f '. at the Montezuma Monday.Our colors almost Iud the walk from view, I signature ill on each box.-25c .1

!: :' : and mistletoe, holly, ivy and ferns I, I
Martin well represented in I I I !
little Daily i is steadily growing were so arranged as to make the decorations was -_ -- -- _,.. -. ____ ::1 "
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in The Sunday edition Ocala Monday. We noted: the following I 'I '1
every way. admired by all who ,I. !"I, I II'
Col. Martin Mr. William I I 1 '
seems to be especially satisfactory. : I I II'' ,I"I
for the beautiful.
an eye : I Ii
-- Knoblock and daughter, Mr. Newton I 'I I' i
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Bankers Chambliss' and Barco, The large, elegant. ; vases, the mag- Knoblock and daughter and Mrs. W. ; : I ::1 I II

residents of the second ward, are nificent display of silver, the bhowy H. Shockley. I ',1 \t T ;::1 IT IS CONDUCTED on con- j'' ,

I having their houses nicely repaint cut glass, sparkling diamonds and __ ___.n- h I II! I senzatwe and unquestionably i iI

I ed. other jewelry, and musical instruments I '
I : legitimate banking principles -
of all descriptions, made the HOLIDAY j ,
The friends of Mr. Allan Rodgers store look like some scene of enchant II \ I and any interests entrusted -
the streets .
were glad to see him on
ment. : to it will be cared for I!I '
Tuesday after several; weeks of severe GOODS II I
Theftwewas visited: all day and : I
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illness. I to its patrons' entire satisfaction Iii I 1
especially in the afternoon by elegantly i '

Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Samford gowned women which com- We are in shape to supply your x \' : .

have trip ::1':1'I I Herbert A, Ford, ::;
returned from a delightful pleted the splendor of the picture.As needs in everything in 1.1'! 11

, to Dunnellon, Brook viUe, and other the crowds came and went, four Ii I'j I I"
I R. L. Anderson I I:
I I l.t.: points. x little misses, Fanny Sage, Erin Yonge DollsAND 1:1 i'I lit i iI

I Annie Laura Perry and Ethel Crosby, I I Geo. ,
In the United States court at Jack. I Mackay, IIII

scnville the case of Alb. Neuman dressed in Japanese costumes, dis. I II I I I ,,i iR
.S. Hall
tea and crackers in elegant I I
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against Hubbard and Hood was trans- pensed I I '
I' little cups, sauce and trays, and all Fireworksand I'
ferred to Ocala. Clarence Camp, I, I ; t
while Prof. Pike furnished soft,
Little Miss Frances Ditmar after aweek's melodious music. all kinds of HOLIDAY J. K. Christian. ;1 'J
to receive an account from
visit at the home of Dr. D. M. The evolution theory is certainlyon GOODS. I :I :f

4 Smith, has returned to her home atIjp in earnest in Ocala and if we have I Geo. Ford. you, and if you wish a loan I iI,' 't
Holder many repetitions!! of yesterday it will Our line is first class in every I on good seeurity; or want a i i ii

"-" t MR, Alff 4 H Marsh and little not l t e long ere we are a full blown particular andPrices i 1 line of credit based on your Ma k ,1

WoodroW and and full grown city. 1 1A t N
f tied, and Mrs. David
Right I bank balance write or call ,
|, little daughter, left Wednesday for a Timely Ttple. I I 1:1: j !

% few days visit to Jacksonville At this season of coughs and coMa .J.. onus I ii

: it is well to Know that Foley's Honey : i
;lj: Hon. G. G. Mathews, who has been and Tar is the greatest throat and No TroubletoShow Goods I IIII! l I:! .
j making a tour of a greater part of lung remedy. It cures quickly aad !! JL I 1": '

the and is chock- prevents serious results '(rem a cold Come and See Us I \1.1.I
$. state, has returned I : _' .. __ R
Postofficu Drug Btore. m .
.a-block with political information. I

, Mr. W. 0. Bellaire, of Jacksonville, ing Mr.the RL.Ivey cottaga, who at 77 Main been street occupy.for Ocala News il THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK ;t't'OCALA 'I

is will be with I II .
.. visiting in Ocala, and the past year, left Monday for LeLand I .. ''II !
us several! days. He is renewing a:- J." FLORIDA. i
where he will in future reside. He has : II

quaintances with old friends. recently bought about twenty thous- Company.FOUYSKIDNEYCURE I' iI

*" Mlsa Bailie Camp will arrive this and acres of timber land in Volusla I I'i F. L. WATSON. CASHIER H. A- FORD PRESIDENT II : II

K" f week from Roanoke, VA., where she and will engage extensively in tur- .JH "I l ." ,

I ti attends school, to spend the Christ- pentining. We wish him great : j I
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and confusion that would result from PROF.. BASSETTS CASE Closing of the Mails.Xorth ,

the destruction of the records of the a.
Bound. APE YOU SORE? USEaracamph

I j county by fire. We feel that it would From the Baptist Witness. S.: A. L......... . .......... i2:10 p. m. .IS.

;!: be entirely useless for us to say anything Young Professor Bassett of Trinity. A. L.._..._........ . 9:UO p. m,
in commendation of the honored
.\. C.L.S.S.0.ao.north::;
College, the Methodist college of North
citizen who occupies the office. of Juli tt. .. .. .. ..10:10 a. in. ,

r t Ty ,. 1: County Jail Carolina, has brought himself disagreeably A. C. L.........,.!................. 1:00 p. w. Relieve lostantl Of Money Refunded
r We find the jail in good sanitary condition to the notice of the public by South Bound.

Ixi y i' and the prisoners well fed and the assertion that Booker Washington K A. L....... .. .. . . .. 1:20:: p. m Itching Bleeding Piles

kept. ..... is the greatest man born in the South A C. L.. . ........ ... 2:35 p. m. ,

poor Farm within the last hundred with A. C. L. (S. S. O. & G, south of Juli- Stops the Itching. Stops the Bleeding. Allays all

OrangesThe We visited the poor farm and found years ette...................... 3:01) p. m. Inflammation. It Cools. It Soothes. It Cures.
the inmates well cared for, but at an the exception of Robert E. Lee. YoungMr. s>. A. L. for Tampa, Fl.i......y:0) p. m
quality expense that seems to us rather high. Bassett has a most decided rightto Star Ruute Sold eoJj In 25c.,St. A: $1.00 Bottles. At aD good Drc !ou.
and flavor of tie fruit depends epee
There are now seven inmates, all men, his opinion, it matters not how largo j Fellowship, Blitchtou Berlem and T

PotashOranges four are colored and three white. We nor how small the brain that conceivedit. Mazie................ .. .2-M \>. m.I FOR SALE BY ANTI-MON OPOLV DRUGSTORE.STRAUSS' _
note that last month's expenses I Conner, Graharuville and r'ilverI
Yet mink it I
we unfortunate that a
absorb large quantities of amounted to $9.65. Taking this as an ; Springs, ........... .2:30 p. w. I -=

Potash and the orchard; should be replenished average, the cost is $l.SO each per man employed to teach Southern I Calvary & Shad} ................ 2:30 p. tu.
by a complete fertilizer rich month, for which, amount first class youths should plan to bring himself '
To improve the appetite and
in Potash.SoJculmrtBasaenuik board could be procured in the coun BALTIMORE
into public notice by such If RYE
problem. Our book. means. etn-ngtben the digestion try a few (
rim; fulid ta>U ..iil be mart tree to anyforget.ho.Tics try. We would not be understood as
tort!: he is a man of any sort of large intel does of Chamberlain's Stomach and
opposing the poor farm, but we find I S Guaranteed Pure Wbi
WORK :G-iJri Years
GERM IN CiLI;: kf.yF'e Old
ligence he knew 1.I\"l'r Tablet Mr J. H, eitz of '
e..1... ->>& \.r.a uc.t. .e.aura. quite well that sucha ? .
..".-ut.,r. B....sL that under the old system there were .L.
Detroit Mich., "They restored "'-=
55 to 60 beneficiaries of the county at statement would serve only one pur- says
appetite when impaired, relieved
a cost of about double the present expenditure pose, namely, controversy leading tom my
me of a bloated feeling and caused a i
GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT.. and it must be evident that feeling. By the expression he has pleasant and satisfactory movement '4 1

many under the old system still need
assuredly gained a reputation, one indeed I of the bowels" There are people in
In the Circuit Court of Marion County help but are debarred from some con-
which it might be reasonably presumed -! this community who need just such a
Firth Judical Circuit of Florida Fall dition to us known of availing themselves s.
Term 1903. of the county's bounty at the he looked forward to when he medicine. For sale bj all druggistsand L
msdicio dealers. Every boxwarranted
To the Honorable W. S. Bullock judge. poor farm. If these conditions are gave utterance to the totally valueless r
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presiding: I such as can be removed, we would request opinion that the intelligent colored educator ..:r
The commissioners to give the A Marriage In which Ocala is Inter
grand jury for Marion county respEctfully our was so pre-eminent above all
: submits to your honor this same attention. We find that the cat ested.
the great men of tne South. We are
r their final presentmentIn tle on the farm are the private property A but home
I very quiet very pretty
pleased however, that the demand for
1; the discharge of our duties weha'e of the manager. This, we think, is
wedding united Mr. Louis Frazer
endeavored to weigh all the evidence bad management. If it is advisable to his resignation was not acceded to by I
Driver and Miss Elizabeth Fondren
h presented to us carefully and keep cattle there at all and we con- the trustees of the college. This we !

.... have presented to your honor such violations cede that it is, then the county should say, despite the fact of our skepticism, Smith last ui ht. The ceremony was

of the law as seemed to us own them. of such wisdom performed at the residence of the
possessed by him as .. ; .f
clear. Unpaid Licenses bride'o mother onMacksou street, bye IHev. ;
really entitles him to occupy the placehe .
Justices We find that there is a long list of
holds. On the other 5'. Mi-Cany.. Only the rela-1 f y;
\Ve professional and business firms hand. as th i
encountered great confusion in men PLAIN BOXE.XOiMARKJ..-?,
lives and intimate friends witnessed'the SEND MONEY 1
the papers of the various justices i in who have not paid their licenses. The late John A. Broadus used so frequently i 1j j

the matter of binding over witnesses collector tells us that he furnished a to say: to his pupils: "This is a freed ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Driver !I s 1
i to attend court. In a great number of list of the same to the comptroller an country, young gentlemen, and a man left on the midnight train for X I \ jz

cases the witnesses were subpeonaed to to the states attorney, but that he has is entitled to his opinion, whatever Orleans where they will spend \' 'eow'I'I
attend had no from them. As this
upon wrong dates: thus entailing response
that opinion may be. There certainly days.: After their return they will beat I
delay and expense in getting them is a manifest injustice to the men who
no true note of the reformer in hotiif at Mr. Driver's residence on j ,
; before us. do pay licenses, we would call the attention

To obviate this trouble, as well as to of the governor of the state Mr. Bassett's words. Daw oj street.-Thomasville (Ga.) |

fix the responsibility where it should and bespeak his actio nin the matterto The Boston Watchman, usually an Enierpri-e Nov.
rest future abate this evil. I 'i
upon any delinquents, we
exceedingly correct newspaper and A Frightened Horse !
recommend that the legislature of the We desire to extend to the officers
Pie-eminently> just to the South, show Running like mad: lou the Mrtet'!'
state enact a law requiring every justice of this court our sincere thanks for I I
an absolute dutnpiug the oc'-upints, or a hundred r
misconception of this j
to furnish to each witness bound[ | courtesies extended to us during the

over a slip of paper designating the term, and especially to Mr. Allred, oustate's r whole matter in the following: "This oilier acridrut", are every diy nceurreDcm. '
i It behooved everybody to 5 { q5 O tOSr
date upon which he shall attend court, attorney for the able assistance resignation of Prof. John Spencer Bas
have reliable ulve there I
a handy ana
and properly signed by himself. rendered us in dispatching business. : sett of Trinity College, the Methodist ss
is none a kI
r Public Roads I 1 }
Episcopal college, %f Durham X. C., ; Burn?" cut, sores,fZt'maUIl ,I
We visited the public road knownasthe Having completed our labors, we respectfully
I has been occasioned by the criticisms piles disappear: quickly under its !
Anthony road, and we feel that ask that we be discharged
soothiusjelfect. 25c. i I
we state it mildly in saying that our W. G. Xorsworthy, Foreman. upon his recent essay in the South Atlantic Antimonopoly I
Drue Store and Tydiijgs and! Co.m !
worthy commissioners blundered bothas W. C. Galbraith, Secretary. Quarterly that called for justiceto I ,

as to in the the selection means of of construction.the route as well The] STATE OF OHIO CITY OK TOLEUO. > social the resignation negro, and an but equality, not jof f !rY: ![ DfUiycuRi !A Bottles, Del'd, $2.9012; Bottles, Del'd. $8,50. 1,
"_ opportunityin =-
first, in that it was a departure from LUCAS CJI-xzr. ( 3 i Makes Xidnsvs and Bladder B ]I

the system already put in operation by FRASK J. CHENEY makes oath that the race of life." I ----

themsehes, a failure to utilize a good be is the senior partner of the firm of The Outlook has the same miscon I

road already constructed and in use F. J. CHENEY A Co., doing business i iti ception. I

part of the way; abandoning a route the City of Toledo county and state While Booker T. Washington i is !

already cut out that had been carefully aforesaid, and aid firm will pay the greatly honored in the South for what The Ocala Bazaar StOfld.

\ selected by two competent men, selected su-uof! ONE HUXDUED DOLLARS
he has done, his extreme and foolish
r, by themselves, and a route lined for each and every ca e of Catarrh

with good material for its construction that cannot be cured l by the ur-e of exaltation by a teacher in a prominent i Has stood the test for many wimen. We

the entire way. and selecting a HALL'S CATARRH CUKE. college (the statement belittling directly I
the Commercial World to the
route that presented difficulties FRANK Entered satisfy many.
great physical J. CHENEY. and insulting the great men of .

. and with building material accessible Sworn to before me and subscribedin the south) would naturally array criticism

only at a great expense. The my presence, this 6th day of December
make the wisdom of the
second blunder, we think, was in buying
A. D. 1SS6.j .
teacher Our new goods are here and
questionable. However, it is
the road machinery. We find the

, '" traction engine and roller in what ap- j{ ".---s seal. }L A. G, GLESON:Notary: ::Public., of course not the thing to do to directly .. Can be found, not in a jumbled, confusing collection, but
to be
pears a chronic state of decrep- demand his resignation upon

titude and needing another trip to the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- such a charge.It An Exclusive Assortment of Ladies' Furnishings and Gents' Furnishings.

foundry for repairs. We think it Dally and acts directly on the blood

faulty in design and unfit for the pur- and Send mucu for testimonials surface, free.of the system. Ladies' and Misses' Walking and Dress EatsMen's

poses for which it was intended, as F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0 will be good news to the mothers
evidenced by the wear of its parts and !Fool l dby Druggists, "oc. of small children to learn that croup Also and Boy's Caps and Hats.

the breakages in usage. We earnestly can be prevented. The first feign of

advise its permanent retirement from The Ocala Banner. croup ig hoarseness. A day or two

sen-ice and a return to the system Mr! John P. Coffiu, editor of South. before. the attack the child becomes
for Dress Goods Silks
hoarse. Bought Quick Selling were our and Rihhons.
known as the McLeod is poon followed
system. ere Industry, hat the following to say by a I

We find that the water is suppliedto of this paper: yeculiar cough. Give Chamberlain's A Moving Price Constantly Moves our Towels, Table Cloth and .s.Yapkins.
the boilers in use and to the hands Cough Remedy freely as soon as the

by a hired wagon at an expense of "The Ocala Banner is the oldest child become, hoarse, or evenllafter Zero Has Never Been Reached in Florida Weather.

$2.50 per day. This is a propositionthat paper in the state which has been the rough cough appears, and it will

would not be entertained by any continuously published, it having dispel all symptoms of croup. la Although Our Prices in the Notion Department will Freeze

mill man for five minutes. They had been established in 1SG6. Mr. Frank this way all danger and anxiety may
better dig a well.County Harris he avoided. This remedy it used by All Competition, and Bring Comfort to those who are
its editor and proprietor has
Clerk's Office been connected with it the many thousands of mothers and has Ready For the Bargains We Now\ Offer.
We find that the same admirable greater never been known to fail It is, in ,

system of handling the public records part of the time since its establishment fact, the only remedy that can always

obtains in this office that has marked having a record of over thirty- be depended upon and that is

! the occupancy of the present incum three pleasant and safe to take. For sale ball y
years as a journalist. When the In the Bazaar Store is the Home of
t bent. druggists and medicine dealers. in
Banner was established Ocala was a I
I x Sheriffs Office ------ Santa Claus
hamlet of possibly 300 souls, today it
, We find the few books pertaining to A Business Change ,

I this office neatly kept by the present is a handsome brick city of five Mr. John R. Martin has purchased X

i very efficient officer. thousand inhabitants, and the Ban-
Mr. Richard S. Hall's interest in the
Think Christmas is coming
County Superintendent of Public In ner has grown from an infant into
firm of Crosby and Hall, and will
: structionWe strong manhood with an addition to become Row Can You Serve An Xmas Dinner and
found this office ably administeredby an active partner.Mr. .
iU importance in the shape of
a daily
the present incumbent. He and edition. Mr. Harris is Martin is a born judge ot a Every Piece of Tour- China is BrokdnPayne's
the county school board are to be con a native of horse as his selection of Miranda,

gratulated for the economic handling the state being born at Tallahassee who has since become famous, out of

s of the school funds. For the year 1902 his father having fought in
there were enrolled 2432 white and the early. Indian and Mexicanwars. a carload of ordinary horses, testifies I Fireworks and Pompeii Destruction
II .
36S4: colored pupils, and the But this, however is only one instance
amounted to $34,850.70. The enroll He has held various offices of in many. Live in the Hearts and Memory of Those whop
s trust but has
ment this year is greater still and the declined many political Mr. Martin has almost
grown u
Are Going to Place Their Pyrotechnic Order With Us
, honors feeling that his best
school fund, for the first time in many field of with Ocala and is thoroughly identi- I Ia

I ;' years, equals the warrants drawn work was in moulding public opinionin fitd with her interests!: and is Cost cuts No Figure WhenEver

against it. his chosen field of journalism. His
County TreasurerWe thoroughly successful business man. Ocala Bazaar is Visited.
I however, one of the trustees of the The)
I found the books of the county We predict that the firm of Crosby i

treasurer neatly and carefully kept, Florida University Miss Sara E. and Martin will be a prosperous one.

j'i F and the treasurer himself an urbaneand HarrN is the local editor and tills the Merchants who handle a small line of Toys and '

j{ obliging officer. position with credit to herself. Mr BetterThan a Plaster.

; The county assessor being absent P. V. Leavengood is manager of thee A piece of flannel! dampened with Fireworks will do well to look over our Large and

t from his office, we did not examine th paper and to his business tact much Chamberlaiu'sPain Bilm and boundon

office. !I the aflected parts is better than Varied '
I a stock before
of the present success of the paper 5 i3 [ Purchasing their Holida ;Line.
i The plaster I
I r County Judge I I for a lame back and for painsin I I Ii 1
This office, like all others that we due. the side or chest. Pain iBalrn has i

visited sadly needs some fireproof receptacle The best alit round liniment, fo r; no superior as a liniment for the deep Special Prices and Discounts so Schools, Churches and Clubs. .

I y for the papers, and we would both man and beast, is RAmon'e! seated, muscular rheumatic pain; ,
t I. most earnestly call attention to this For sale l>y allldruggiats andlmedicine
I Serve & Bone Oil Try it; 25c. a t
. I I I fact in view of the Incalculable loss Postoffice Drug Store. m dealears. m See F. P. Godson Supt.

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EDUCATORS IN SESSION.An Marriage of Miss Smith and Mr I
tI I Driver. $90,000 Per Day

Instructive Program-Prof. Josiah Miss KliziliPth Fondren Smith and

THE OLD RELIABLE Yarn Honored. Mr. Louis Frazer Driver, both of Is the average sum paid every business day in the year to

Tbomasville, Ga., were married at policy-holders by The Mutual: Life Insurance Company of
The School Teachers Association
H the bride's:: home iu that city Wednesday New York. How and where the assets of this Companythe -
which held In the build.
was armory evening, November ninth at nine largest accumulation of trust funds in the world-is i

ing Saturday in the forenoon was o'clock. I invested, is told in "A Banker's Will," sent on request.

largely attended and the most intereSting 1=
The wedding was a quiet one and I Company
and successful in the history of
e the association. was witnessed only by the relatives Has earned more for policy-holders'

and about a dozen intimate friends of Has paid more to policyholdersHolds
There were fifty teachers in attendance -
the bride and groom. more in trust for policyholdersThan
and a !large number of advanced ,

pupils. Miss Ethel Kelly, of Atlanta, acted any other company in the world '

maid of houor and Mr. E. H. Smith, .
$ The address of Rev. Henry W.
( } ; Itii brother of the bride, was best man. she
H Little was a magnificent production, '
4 t) iie I Miss Kelly cousin of the birde, .wore MUTUAL LIFE
t te I witty, instructive, eloquent and enjoyable -
an exquisite gown of pink aud
and the teachers were delighted INSURANCE COMPANY OF '
w i- she carried white carnations.
4 4o with it.
'fhlt bride entered with hr uncle
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The papers' were fur above the average Oldest I NE W YORK Largest
I Mr. E. M. Smith who gave her away.
and showed that tough research I in in the

bestowed :She; was a picture of girlish simplicity America RICHARD A. McCURDY President worldCECIl :
and study had: been upon I
iu her wedding grown of white ; WILCoX.lanaJcr: ; Jacksonville. Fla.
tht-ni. I
crepe de chene oWtr liberty satin. J5ue -
Mr. \\'. T. Gary, of the Ocala High

pr School, was made clmimmir and carried an exijui-ite bouqcetof brid S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER

Mi slain, of McIntosh! secretary.

Absolutely Pure Prof. McCall: of Oitnli, moved that served.After the ceremony a luncheon was I S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

a* Prof>> Josiah; Yarn, former priucil I

THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE >al of our school, had had the houor Mr. and Mrs. Driver left on the I Feed and Sale
morning train for a visit to New Or- Livery
of being president of the State Teacher !
Association, a gavel> be prebented

---=-- ...... to him. Motion adopted unanimous- Driver is a prominent young .e carry the most complete ti
lumber man and Mrs. Driver U one of I

Si&A ELIZABETH: HABS1S, Local Editar I Owing to continued ill health Mr. ly. Thomasville's most line of Harness, Saddles, etc. .
Supt. Cam, Prof. .IcCall and Miss popular young ,
Howard C. Monroe, of Onondaga II -
it ladies. She is well known in Ocala in centraFFlorida, and will give '
: ABOUT TOWN. will Nellie Stevens were named a committee f-
; HAPPENINGS I Heights-, near Ocala, soon start on having visited here several times.
, a trip for Mexico. He will be accompanied to get the gavel the same to 1 our patrons the very lowest t ti
Among the out-of-town visitors
Mrs Munroe.A be presented; to Prof. Yarn at the
.- W! Hogs continue to pour into the I by at the wedding were Miss Margaret prices. We are thoroughly' (
coming meeting of the state teachers.
. t Florida Meat Packing establishment. kit nev or bladder trouble can Marion Ansley.of, Yaldosta, .Miss Sara: Har equipped for fitting out turpen-
Cam to select county
\ I always be cured by using Foley' Supt. ris, of Ocala, and Mr. t'. 'r. Antley, of I
tine lumber teams
Mrs. \V. D. Graham is erjoylnga Kidney Cure in time. Postoffice teacher to make such prese tation. gear,
of Live Oak.
:, a visit from her sister, Mrs W. W.1 Drug 1St ore. m The following'is the program and it I wagons, etc.We ti$ A'P 1 :':. tJ

I Revolution .
\ Geiger of Mioanopy. was carried out to the letter: Imminent.A \
Col. Alfredd Martin, of Shirly,

Foley's Honey and Tar positively j I I Ii j!I 8. C., a large property owner of Ocala, 1. The Advantages Accruing from and serious: ':.1 sijjn;trouble of! approaching in' your system revolt is I always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

i I cures all throat and lung diseases. I I i i is visiting::! his brother, Col. John M. the Organization of Special Tax: nervousness, sleeplessness
, Postoffice Drug Store His I Martin, and will be with us for some School Districts, by P. W. Greeu. upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly .
-- North Side Court IIou"e. Ocala Fla
Derived to Teacher,
2. Benefits to be dismember i the troublesome .
Farmer Joe Davis brought in a I d"y l :!. He enjoying splendid health. I I
Pupil and Community by Teachers never fails to tone the stomach, I
Saturday I -- -- --- -- -- ,
i wagon load( of hogs to town I The magnificent organ for the Attending Educational Meeting*, by regulate the kidneys and bowels, 1I 1----------,"",-"W' ... =::L 0'_ LI
and put them in cold .storage. church has arrived and stimulate the liver and clarify tbe I
1 Presbyterian Miss, Della ::\Iooreaoll W. F. King.
blood. Run down stems benefit
- :: Chambers is eujoyiug a was! placed in position Saturday and Evidences and Proofs of a Sue-: sj n
Mr. Hmp 3.
t trticularlysudall the usual attending f It
be used for the first time today. I Physicians ecomnjend)
f visit from his son who is a student of will c ssful Teacher, by J. F. Harrt-11 and aches vanish under its searching .

\: the East Florida Seminary.: It is a beautiful instrument.As Mi..s Martha L. Main.Superintendent and thorough aflectiveness. Electric

the Hheats was not Citttrs is only oOc. and that: is return For Family) Use for Its .
n-\. J. A. Hendry, pastor of
} Miss Anna Ball, the !successfulphosphate ed if it don't give perfect satisfaction : I
miner, was among the Methodist church is away from the present but sent a letter of regrets.It (juarautaed by Anti-Monopoly: DrugStore I !J; Always Pure,

r prominent visitors to Ocala fat' rda. city attending the annual session of was a day well spent' aud will and Tydiugs and Co. m

: the coufeience at Lake City, therewe long be remembered in t"dueationall rTF I
Mr. W. T. Forbes of the s
hy takhu one prosperous -
Don't be imposed upon
e no !services at that church Sun circles.
I' substitutes offered for Fol Y'8 Honey --- ---- farmers of Anthony, was in I

I Tar. Postoffice_ _Drug Store III day. Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Ocala Saturday and paid this otlice
*'1 Ilfc*' Col. -J. H. Livingston, the well 'l'hi'lOnice eujuyed a very pleasantvisit Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy an appreciative call anti renewed hi* I Twelve Full Quarts f 16.00

;Saturday from Mr. F. S. Lucius, oppressed, rattling, raspingand
- of this city cough, allegiance to his favorite county Delivered.
known real estate agent v
:. laud deal I Miss Lizzie Douglass, Miss Lora difficult breathing. Henry C. paper.Ir.. Forbes says that the I
Is iu Jacksonville ou a big Shulkburg, Wisconsin
, I Douglas, Miss Lillian Lucius and Stearns; druggist farmers in his community are now Four Full Quarts, $6.(I)
-- "I have
,'t ; i iU writes, May 20,1'JOl.
" Mr. Chas.K. Sage is enjoying( a visit j little Miss Lucile Lucius, of SummerfieW. been selling Ballard's Horehound grinding cane, digging peauuts and ----+ Delivered. _

from his brother, Mr. W. J. Sage, who .. - Syrup for two years laud have never potatoes, killing hogs and living on j,
C. L. railway November 29, has better g Oue Full Quart SI 50Not 5f
q is a conductor on the A. Strayed-On Sunday, had a preparation that given the fat of the laud. -
: from my place in Ocala, a small Jersey satisfaction. I notice that when I f t Delivered.
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if',, cow; dark brown back, black sides, sell a bottles they come back for more.I Mr. E. :M. Howard has on exhibition q c

<, Mr.Harper, of the collecting agency, bob tail; heavy milker; had on leather can honestly recommend it. 25c. at the Ocala House a bunch of '' MONEY ]MUST AC-

Cincinnati, is in Ocala, and will halter. Liberal reward will be 50a. and $1.00 at Anti-Monopoly Drug oranges from his grove at Auburn-

spend some days with us. He is a paid for her return to I>. M. Boney Stare and Tydings and Co. m ( I COMPA\YORDEB.
dale that is a beauty. There is a
and old newspaper Ocala, Fla. 12.4Mr. -- -- SiRAUSS&Co.C.
i pleasant gentleman The Seaboard Air Line railway has cluster of twelve of the gcldeu spheres .,. ,,.
Buford Leituer, candidate for
man. just issued two handsome booklets, hanging to a stem not much larger
" Miss Perla Lester, of Shellman, sheriff, celebrated his fiftieth anniversary entitled "Resorts of the Carolinas aud than a lead pencil. It looks! like an
Sunday. He is a splendi I
Ga.isvisitingher uncie and aunt, Georgia" and "Florida," iu the interest I Ocala product of the olden time.

Mr. and Mr. 8. A. Staudley, and citizen and his friends congratulate of tourist travel. The cover

will spend a part of the winter. him that time has dealt with him BO! attractive, He Found Cure. Strauss & Co. Ocala Fla.
t designs are n. H. Foster,318 S 2nd street, Salt ,
kindly. _
. ;; Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pel those registered at the reproductive of oil paintings, representing Lake City, writes: "I have been bothered a
f ? a complete, pleasant scientific the stately pines and a tropical with dyspepsia or indigestion for -- PT (
Hon. R.
-1:;: for constipation!: and bil Brown House Saturday was scene, both in colors. The book 21 years, have tried many doctors

itletst 25 doses, two medicines, L. Anderson, of Ocala, a prominentand without relief, but I have found a
iA lets are tine examples of the printer'sart.
Postoffice Drug Store m successful attorney of that city, cnre in Herbine. recommend it to
The text of the books is very ,r all friends who are afflicted that I
Editor Harris will not be at a loss who came here on professional business. my TI-IE CLUB I-lOUSE.
;i ; readable, the Florida book starting way, and it is curing them, too. SOl

for a place to deposit his wealth, for .-Gainesville Sun off with a brief description of the at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and -

'I' Ocala has a new bank.Bartow Prof. J. II. Brinson,of the commer- Seoboard Florida Limited train, to Tydings and Co. m

Courier-Informant. cial department of East :Florida.lem.: be inaugurated January 11th, with a We are in receipt of a letter from Cuisine First Class. Iatcs{ Reasogable.

Taylor's is headquarters for fruit, inary, departed Saturday for Ocala, of the route of this now
description Mr. J. W. Tidwell, of this place,
E 4 nuts, raisins, dates, figs and bananas where today he will attend a meetingof famous flyer which is stated to be the in South Florida buying oran es.
Teachers' Association. Refurnished T out. Special Rates by Month
for the Christmas trade. Place your the Marion County "quickest" train to Florida, because He informs us that P. H. Nugent, of roug

t order for fresh goods. I Gainesville Sun. "the route is the shortest." The description Ocala, and C. C. Rawls of Mont

I. House block will Florida refer- Brook, who own a small grove of 2J
New ,
We acknowledge the receipt of avery The Marion Opera of "A
acres near Arcadia sold to him the

..:, handsome calendar from the I.M. be the next to be surrounded with one ence being to the Manatee country fruit on that grove this season for $2- lRS. TIlOS. J. BARNES PHOP

Meyer Clothing Company, Palatka. of those excellent cement sidewalksthat recently opened up by the Seaboard 211.15 cash, except one car which .

of which firm Mr. Herbert Crook, Mr. Charlie Marshall knows so extension into Sarasota, is specially I. they consigned. The fruit was fine.- .

it well how to put down. May others interesting. An account is given of Sumterville Times. y
formerly of this city, is manager. FOUNDRY
follow is the wish of pedestrains.Mr. Camden, Pinehurst and other famous Report From the Reform School.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. It G. Blake entertained -
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1 x; a few friends Friday night informally Cincinnati, Ohio, are recent arrivals i tion is invited to the fact that tourist tytown, W. Va. writes, "after tryingall

L' ri+ at flinch complimentary to I tickets are on sale this year to Savannah other advertisee cough medicines

c Miss: Sarah Fraser who is their guest and! pleasantly domiciled at 25 Dough- ; also to the liberal stop-over we have decided to use Foley's Honey %4 BOILERS 0 ENGINES.

''?>! I' for the winter. erty street. They, perhaps, will be arrangements enjoyed by Savannahon and Tar exclusively in the West Virginia -

t with us all the winter. through tickets. Reform School. I find it the Pipe and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps,

)} The Postoffice Drug Store and JohnR. Mr. 8. P. Brockington, who has Favorite Family Remedy. most affective and absolutuly harmess. Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Belt- .

{ R. Dicky's Old Reliable Eye Water Post office Drug Store. m ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of
months in iu the
"- stand at the head of their class. been speeding some Frequently accidents occur

\None better. m Ocala, the guest of the Hodge House, household, which causa burns, cuts, The Crystal River Sews comes to us MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.i .

11th at Oviedo to sprains! and bruises; for use in such this week enlarged to twelve pages I
'' Mr. Will Cox will start out next was married on
Snow Liniment has
cases, Ballard's and containing a splendid illustrated I
a lilonday the Florida Miss Laura Drawdy. Mr. and Mrs. been the constant favorite
representing for many years write-up of that growing town. The i IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS _
|Meat Packing Company and we hope Brockington are spending their honey family remedy. 23c.50c.and$1.00at
.. J I edition is a good one and shows
that his career will be a profitable moon here. Mr. Brockington: ia in Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and I i ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORKtf

a lone. the insurance business. Tydings and Co. m merited enterprise.

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A stroll through the ditlVrent public t

ireeHoIi4yf buildings i is au education within ,

itself. The treasury the navy department WIFE SLAYER DIES X MAS SARGAI

agriculture, interior, po:!torh'ce -

!state and war building, pension Former Brooklyn Policeman
; office, public printing, patent office, Executed at Sing Sing.

clc census office and bureau of engraving
and printing, have polite attendants .

;' tlllp'ltuuuu1119J luplllUillllgljlS ; who explain all the interesting details Before His Execution Ennis Exhibited AT .

and one draws a deep breath Signs of Mental Collapse, but Doc I

ames and gapes iu astonishment at the tors Cleverly Exposed Them as Pre j

wonderful and intricate things that tended Madness on Part of Man. I i i

(o different games-all new in such systematic order. I' THE]
-one in each package of are Toccoa: Ga., Dec. 15-William H. EnHis. "
In the Smithsonian Institute a former Brooklyn policeman, convicted I

Lion Coffee Corcoran Art Gallery oue may spend of hating murdered his wits, r
was put to death this morning in the
t the
delightful days, while great BOSTON
many electric chair in Sing Sing prison. Two ,
at Grocer's. world within a
.... your congressional library ua applications of the current were made i

itself, and the finest thing of the The murder occurred Jan. 14, 1902::: at I
the home of Ennis' mother, in Canar- .
IN GAY ATTIRE. kind in the whole world. It cost:! over I !
sie. Ennis is reported to have madea STORE
I6.Nl0,000. There is $75,000 worth of full confession; as to the result o: U

!. PREPARING. FOR CHRISTMAS AT gold on the great dome which glistens! a commission remarkable of alienists.experiment made by a I !

; THE CAPITAL-INDEED THE CITY in the sunlight. Eums, after his conviction, appar-

'. BEAUTIFUL. The building has eight acres of euUy, became insane. A commission

floor and contains 4,500,000 appointed by the governor went to the
space lone
and found he had not only exhibited -
prison Week
?Et Its People Cordial-A Lone Purse volumes The main reading room signs of mental collapse, but From To-day Will/ Re.t ) 4

:i Net a Society Requisite-Sculpture accommodates>6, the periodicalroom his physical condition appeared to be r

i' Painting and Mural Dec- has a seating capacity of 250. alarming and he tottered about the
r number of visitors' average cell on his toes with knees bent out,
I ; corations Exquisite.: Th daily .
i ward This suggested a test and En-
There 325:: newspapers on Christmas
I Washington, Ore. 13. 2,711. ms was carried to the operating table. J JOur
Special Correspondence Ocala Banner file and 2.500 periodicals: and 4,000 An ether cone was placed over his;.
I' other periodicals that may t>e cou-ul- face and just enough of the anaesthetic
At ibisiseHsonof the year \\a-hin- was administered to affect his mind
led in the special reading room. The to the point of cloudiness. Then he I
i '- ton is all bustle ami flurr. } Every
senators and representatives have wa suddenly thrown from the table I j jto Stock is Complete in Every Particular
: Especially in
:; is busy making< xlt'usi"t prepara I each hmuUoii.e reading room in the We floor. Ennis alighted upon his I tr.
-n II I feet He whirled about and walked I Iacross i r4
for the holidays. The shops are 1 south wing, elaborately tilted up with b Men's Ladies' and
5 rC the room. There was no trace : Boy's Ready Made Garments .-
elaborately decorated with holly, marble and mosaic mantles, leather ot weakness or uncertainty. The i j I
tattles and exquisite doctors burst into a laugh at the exposure I
festoons and fanciful
'wreaths'ars, '
and Ennis joined them. 'i ;
iu gold and en HJSIu. .
designs green and red immortel hangings "1 \U have caught me;' he is said to i

Wreaths'" of fir with appropriateDJOttits' To walk leisurely through the long have remarked, "and I am glad of it. I j' Men's Suits Youth's Suits

")Itrry Xmas etc, iu red corridors and stuoy the mural decorations No man can realize! what my sufferings f y Boy's Suits 1
IIIK have been during the past 78 weeks.' .
( marble J ;
5; imiuortfl.,with H cluster of three or I Ii wulpture, }puiuliugtf, of Pretending madness I hate often approached : We have over twenty \\ e Just..recel.ve
i more red bells: tied with red satiu pillars which illustrate everything so near the border line that : of \ outh s Suits by 1
i iu history and the legend: it has not been wlKIy: pretense." 1 patterns to select from and has never been so large, ,
ribbon, tefuis to be the most popular importance I express last Saturday and we have them in all styles '

i decoration. E\"t'ryone hay engaged of aucieut tints:, and to note the SIX-DAY BICYCLE RACE. I Ij 1 all the latest shades. We they are beauties. We colors and sizes and
and how deftly the :' have them in at ;.
', a sprig of iuitleu e for the chaude1irr delicate coloring -- very
I anticipated. gold leaf is wrought into chuuiiieriuglightness Weary Grind Continues-Seven Team '1 also have your size at latest creations of young prices that will suit yourmen's .
: and a roJl11merrj' time is . .Tied fbr First Place. 5 i' wear from $;:j.50$ to purse ranging from 1.00
t amen, be pinels elaborateearviugj New York, Dee 12.-With seven j!a prices from F3. 0to ?1,' .U0. $15.00. to $S6.0\

\\Vshiugtflu display of CI>rU- and stutvu work, makes one teams tied for first place: Root and !(

icel like they luve touched Aladdin's: Dorian, having withdrawn last night rand
may goods it almost ttjual to that off
Moran and Keegan still a lap behind (
New Ycrk the west fastidious lamp and have been transported into a ,.
I ; maybe but making occasional; desperate; {
I, ,
well plea+e-l without having to go tome uChauted realm. The main spurts to make up that distance, the 3 Ptlen's Overcoats
riders in the six-day '" Youth's Overcoats Boy's Overcoats
with race kept
to the trouble of eeudiug away for entrance and grand: stairway up lOur
their weary grind today, all the men
what is needed their vaulted ceiling, dirtereut color except Breton appearing in shape to '* stock of Men[ 's Young men I ere.is iVearethe Only house 1

\ tome euterpriMni Florida boy ed marble pillars newel posts, continue to the end Breton, whey
I t : relieved after i' Overcoats is slightly Lrokour; chance to buy a niceovercoat line
> S t : could ulskea small fortune by shipping mosaics and every illustration knownto a hot sprint, coughed upa careym a complete .) ten
> quantity of bleed and seemed very real cheap as our of Little Gents
; a carload of holly and mistletoe science, music and art, simply weak: but his trauer: stated that he 5! and if :you will come line i is almost complete overcoats. l
We ,
i lo New York for the Christmas:: holidays. strikes one dumb with admiration of would finish; the race. now to select from it your we wish to unload of these have all of the very

Nearly all I the mistletoe meil its grandeur and sublimity. It must During the early morning John Be '2 choice will be a bargain. goods before \; ew Tears latesl styles and have
!, tt'd. No description dell and Floyd Krebs by an unexpected F all colors and styles at your boy's size at $l.OO to
3 is imported from England. A tiny be been to be appred sprint, gained three-quarters of a lafon 1 i Prices were S3.! ;;)0 to Sli.iO 81.50 to (). $5,00.

.. sprig tells for: twenty five cents and avery will do it justice. the leaders, but were finally overhauled ,i

MAMIE Huw 3E- TO\.U. and caught. t 5-- __
;. small wreath of holly bells for t .
I. '' the same amount. Short and! Pointed. TO VISIT UNITED STATES. i LADIES HERE IS
t" Washington can boast of oue of the I YOU COME IN
In the absence of a "colored col- : j.
;' largest and handsomest markets in Grand Vizier of Shah of Persia an.
umn" we clip the following items Suite. I
r the United States It covers two San Francisco, Dec. 12.
from the Florida Advertiser, whose -General .
. blocks and the: six hundred stalls 18 Isaac Kahn, Persian minister tc ; Ladie's Jackets. Ladie's Suits
editor is Rev. Walker Swann of this Ladie's Skirts 1Vf
1 feet by 10 feet, are admirably and attractively Washington is expected here in a few
t city: days with a party of friends to await
We had
arranged with every kind N. W. Sowell i is dead and buried. the coming of the grand vizier of the I more Ladies"Jackets Our stock of these conI'e have always carried

of same, meat, vegetable: and flower i shah of Persia who, with his suite u than any two of sists of everything alady more skirts than all the J
on his way from the Orient and is due j our competitors i in Ocala j
known mankind. There is also
; s to a Colonel Bullock certainly knows here on Dec. 21. could w ish.i We other stores i in Ocala combined ,
and still have
large assortment of pickles, breads, how to take care of his clients. The government has already advisedthe put together stock have the latest styles and and still hold the

S* : cakes, milk, cheese, butter and eggs. local secret service agents of the hand a very large o n if you pay us a visit will same reputationWe

i On either side the pavement on the coming of the distinguished visitor and They onsIst.or be have everything in skirts
Mr. W. J. :Stephens, of Dunnellon instructed them to see to his safety the very best in Ladies'a 11 colors and
i f eouthfide are a hundred or more old Wear $l.oo to S15.00. $J.OO to Sir.,00 styles
{ made us a present: of i5. Why not while here and enroute to Washing I lengths a: $1.00 to S20.oo.r
"nigger mammies" with baskets containing ton. '' .
l others? .._. ._ '
all kinds of good things to eat It '

from beaten biscuit down to catnip, Mrs. Maxie and Rebecca Allen another '. i You will find the largest line of Ladies' Garments in
Cuban 'I LADIES! our store
Reciprocity Bill
who solicit your patronage in a most from Shady: were in the cityon Discussion. Was Under i :i1 than any other house between Jacksonville or Tampa.Gent's .

f engaging manner, "Honey I jis
Saturday, but we were not fortu- '
r Washington, Dec. 14 -The Democratic
1 know you'r gwine to buy some o' dis nate to seeing them senators held a caucus today I. !,

nice fresh celery, it am so white an' for the purpose of discussing; the ad- j
Furnishings Men's and Ladies' Hats 1
crisp, just try a piece," etc. It is Mr. John Brice. of Dunnellon, is visability of attempting to amend the Shoes
Cuban reciprocity bill, but a.djourned'to
almost impossible to pass through the cue of the most liberal young men in meet again next Monday, without'; Everything that a man In Headwear for fan, We want to sell
out of
line without dropping many pennies Florida. May God bless the young arriving at any conclusion. The cau- ,
in their eager outstretched hands. man and always prosper him. Sev- cus was a spirited one, and was sharply i I could wish for from a colWoman and Child we can this line entirely and now

divided on the point at issue, some I lar button to shirt he suit i anybody's choice.
Washington be called "the city a
may ernl others of like benovolence are of of the senators contending that numerous is your chance to'fshoe

fascinating" as well as "the city beau the true blood of noble parents. amendment should be presented will find in onr store and Come and pick a hat nice- .
r tiful. The longer oue remains here and others holding out against any j everyone in the house at
j at Boston Store prices trimmed .
effort whatever at $1.00 to 3y .
to change characterof
i to School Teachers. i a yensmall
: : the more enraptured one become Interesting cost ,
the bill and standing for j which
a straight .I means cheap. S5.00 _
J Ihe citiz.-us are cordial, whole-souled State School Teachers Associationmeets party tote against it. The caucus J! Come '

., s; hospitable. It makes no difference in Lake City Dec 29 to Jan,1. continued until after the beginning i

whether your purse is a long one Rates!, 1J cents each way, plus $1 of The the sassion of the senate. I I

;.'. or not,just so your credentials are all membership fee. Tickets on sale Dec. plaints caucus made considered by senators relative some com to ;,i If you have read the above

4 right, to be received into the most 27, final limit Jan. 5. Low rates at all the early adjournment of the senate i come to our

hotels and houses. Dr. )Ic. on Thursday. Senators who filed these _
exclusive circle-kuown as the "old boarding I

f ; Washington tet"-and if you have Murry, of Chicago has been secured the complaints'ihursday expressed session should the opinion have that conI;I Store to buy_ your winter's supply you will go :'

friends in what is known as the "offi as lecturer. : tinned in order to have offered opportunity I ,

p {t t; cial society," one may enjoy the f It t for speechmaking and some ol I with
them more and
I suggested an effort should be away goods a heavier
r many delightful functions given during The fourteenth annual meeting of made to extend for a day or two the purse/JJ

t the season. the Southern Educational Association time for discussion which would have I

i: ', There are so many beautiful: nearby will be held in Atlanta Dec.: 30. the effect of postponing Adjournment [1 i| Come and see to the only store that satisfies, 1 !

"r resorts: Mount Vernon, in all its Jan. 1. Railroads will sell round trip
Sunday Liquor Selling Plan. !I
1 quiet historic beauty; Arlington tickets from all coupon>|statiocs at New York Dec. 12.-It has been decided

i I Heights, Alexandria, Fort Washing the rate of one fare plus 25c, plus $2 at a meeting of the leaders ol 'r
the Citizens' Union to favor the Sun
; \' I ton, the Zoo, and the Old :Soldiers for membership fee. Tickets on sale! day liquor selling plan proposed by I I THE

; ; Home are visited daily by hundreds Dec. 29 limited to Jan 3. District Attorney Jerome. This would

S : De in the form of an amendment to the
f. j5i Coughs, Celds and Constipation. You Know What You Are Taking
Hanes law, which shall permit saloon
i t Few: People realize when taking When you take Grove's Tasteless I to do business between the hours oJ IL

cough medicines other than Fol .r'd Chill Tonic because the formula is 1 and 11 p. m. on Sun ar.

.i.. Honey and 'lar, that they contain plainly printed on every bottle showing I Pastor Accepts Call BOSTON STORE 3

which besides that it is simply iron and quinine i ,
4 opiates are constipating Huntington :Mass. Dec. 15-Rev
;'- I' i being unsafe particularly for child. in a tasteless form. No cure no pay, George Gordon Ross, for two and a

ren. Foley's Honey and Tar contains 50c. tFOIEYSMNEY half years pastor of the Second Congregational

f t. 110 opiates, is safe, and sure and will church here, has accepteda ,.1; Your money back if not pleased (
not constipate. Postofflce DrugStore TM call to the Congregational church of .
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Movement to Erect a Monument Over ReHumorist's cently From Antarctic Explorer Students Ranks High In American I Roller Swing
Grave. Mysterious Explosions In New York: i

Asheville, N. c., Dec. 15.-:'The graceof i Tells of Voyage. Home, Dec.College 15-at The Rome. 'I Cause Some Excitement. i '
New students of the BEATS THEM
'. Bill Nye, the famous humorist York. & died wnc jold and other members of the Swed.Anta.retic college lids year ranked the '' our explosions! here I .
: nearly eight years and .have puzzled the
ago was highest in |
its history. I '
ish The 'I
': burled at Arden. near here, is unmarked expedition, 'recently rescues commencement held college police and caused much excitement ; Rolls back and forth four
: and a movement is afoot by a gunboat sent to the Antarctic the was today as was i among the residents of Upper Broadway I
to case with
the V
of all the feet.
bare by the Argentine I The first, which
a granite monument erected government, other foreign: colleges. apparently occurred -
r above his resting place. The North nas embarked for home on the German In in the basement of-the Broad-
scripture E. Fitzmaurice .
i' Carolina division of the Sunshine Society steamer Tijuca, says a Herald was the of Philadelphia way tabernacle, in course of erectionat Does not make seasickness
prize winner and
dispatch in
trom Buenos Broadway and
is raising a fund. Ayres Argen. dogmatic Fifty-sixth street like the old
theology J. fashioned
tine. Supple of Boston.E. occurred :
l\lien Nye during the night and was
his .
away devoted
Fitsmaurire and J. Wolfe, of Du- f
,,'Idoplaeed a memorial window in The explorer. just prior to his departure buque, were medalists. audible for several blocks. A search swing.
.' appeared before or the premises,
Cavalry Episcopal church the Argentine failed ta
near by, The sacraments: '
her geographical institute and prize was drawn for reveal the slightest; trace of an I Looks well on the lawn
tut plans for a more fitting me- a description, of his gavef by K. Fitzmaurice, D. Tulley, of Spring. explosion. ) a- ;
moral were voyage. He deiclared !
frustrated by the failure field P. Turner
; of Mobile; J. Burt. the or piazza. t
soon after Mr. .Nye's death of banksin the train object of the expedi ley of Providence and J. second explosion occurred abou
which Uon was to make a thorough J Turner. of four hours later in a building in course
practically all tile tortune left geographical New York. It was awarded to Tul OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY
leer by her husband had been deposit- and biological study of regions ley. In the Locus I I ot erection at Broadway and Forty I
theology, E. Ryan
never before Lam stioet. which
visited. resulted
s ed. At in some
present a little tree is growing of Boston, drew for the first medal
Dr. Nordenksjold said he had drawn light Jas.age to a hoisting engine.iue .
J at the head of the grave, and some and P. Scaeffel, Milwaukee drew'
oat has laid upon the mound a rude the first map of the coast trom Belgi for the second medal.In explosive was ignited by means When you want GARDEN SEEDS that will
piece of stone picked ca canal to the sixty-sixth degree. moral of a time fuse, a fragment of which produce Finest Specimens of Vegetables sowBUIST'S
up on the high theology P. Turner
of Mo-
was :ound
Passing nearby.
through Louis
way. Other marks the Philipeland the pile,
are none. got first medal, and the second Members PRIZE MEDAL
explorers (Jisccvered land joining Louis I of a new housesmiths'union
Mrs. J. M. Ransier present was awarded
of the to M. O'Garra
Phillpeland! and King Oscarland. of New No. 1, have been employed GARDEN
: on
Sunshine They I SEEDS
Society iork. In
Hendersonville.. the history
prizes P. Doyle, both the
C', is the active head of the memorial found also that a canal existed between of Springfield, drew for the second buildings, and the police believe I Descriptive Garden Guide,with prices, FREE.

: enterprise and contributions are ivit that land and Admiralty strait. medal. In the canon law prizes P. men in the the explosions were the work ot II ROBERT BUIST COMPANY SEED GROWERS, Philadelphia.
All union
of formerly
maps that country, the controlled -------
ed from friends of explorer Schaeffel --- -
Nye throughtout the J. Boylan, of Philadelphia
said ; by Sam Parks.TURNED .
{ so far published, are inaccurate.! .
-country. They should be addressedto Ryan of Boston and M. Ryanof

Battery Park Bank, Asheville, :,. There Is no broadland, but only a narrow Wilmington, drew for the first med

p C.. custodians of the fund. strip, full of mountains. The al. which Srhaeffel received. For the STATE'S' EVIDENCE.
whole region is of granite origin, surmounted FINE
saute suJ"ct J. Kelliher, of Richmond. !
IN THE HOUSE. by strata in which fossils P. Doyle o. Springfield, A. Asfalg ol Italian Pays With His Life Forfeit for -

bound. In them fossils are many seaollusks New York and J. Shade of Philade Doing So.
m bones of vertebraete- and New York, Dec. 15.-An arrest has
Recess phia! drew for
Adjournment from Dec. 19th the second medal. IB
t, pieces of trees. The whole region sacred been made by the Brooklyn police in
to January 4th. archaeology. P. Doyle received
greatly resembles that of Patagonia, the first connection with an Italian murder, And the Very Latest Designs in
Washington, Dec. 15.-The house on medal and E. Ryan and M
of which it seems to be a prolongation.No drew wnich occurred early Sunday under
convening today adopted a concurrent Ryan for the second medal, which
lake animals of kind found the shadows of the Brooklyn bridge.
any are M .
resolution Ryan
providing for a recess adjournment received In logic S. Cul-
there but inariae fauna are abun Bout Balvator Speciale was the victim and HATSFor
from len. of Cleveland,
19 ito Jan. 4. The drew for the second
as well as birds. The climate is exceptionally medal he is believed to have paid with his
speaker, by unanimous consent, ap !n higher mathematics Everett .
lIfe for turning state's evidence in the
pointed Delegate Kalauinoiale, of Hawaii of Hartford drew for the medal.
Winds bow! trial of four counterfeiters a few wee cs Ladies
continuously, and
as a member of the committee sometimes The rectors of all the colleges were
reach the force of a hurricane. ago. Speciale was seen talking to a ,
ion territories. A prest-nt. Cardinal
joint revolutionwas Gotti prefect o:
slraneg woman under the bridge not Misses
adopted providing that the last the propaganda, presented the prizes
far from
his home when
ATLANTA MAN a man approached
,naval appropriation bill shall be SUICIDES. and medals.
not tired two shots and fled. And Children.
construed so as to deprive midshipmen
at sea of commutation of 'I. H. Thibadsau Takes His Own Life AGED WOMAN ATTACKED. The wounded man replied with a t
rations. shot. A few hours later Italian
The house then went into the com'' In Washington. Our Styles Are Correct.
was arrested with a pistol wound in
mittee of1 the whole, with Mr. Law Washington. Dec. 15-Joseph Ilar Beaten Into Unconsciousness by Housed
one arm. He was identified as the
rence (Mass.) in the chair for the further ney Thibadeau Cl years old. who lireto Breaker at Salem, Mass.

consideration of the pensions appropriation 'alls Church, Va., near herefhere ::,a 1:11. Mass.. Dec. 15-.Miss Marj only against one whom of the Spet-iale four counterfeiters had testified Our Prices Right.

bill.Mr he had Narbcnne. widely known
: a wife and children, was found among antiquarians who had escaped a prison sentence.
Adams (Rep.), of Pennsylvania! dead in a room in the St. James hotel and whose home is at 71

poke on the Panama situation. in this city Sunday afternoon. He Essex 1 street, built previous to 1780,

had committed suicide by shooting and presprved on its original lines indicate Advices that which-Colombia have will reached folrt At Mrs. tucie F. B. Eaton's.RACI1
not invau
and of
Democratic Senators Caucus. nimself in the forehead, having stoodin great historic interest has been Panama until all diplomatic methoc-
attacked by a house breaker and .
f' Washington, Dec. 15.-The Democratic trout of the mirror while doing so. badly to reclaim the
senators today were in caucus He left a written statement, declaringhe | beaten. Her condition is critical. isthmus have been trie.:

for two hours and adjourned until to had no money, requesting that his :'lissarbonne is 80 years old and r-- -- ..

morrow. The subject under discussion tuneral expenses be limited to $20, that.he lives alone. She is possessed of consideiable -- -

was party discipline be interred in Arlington and wealth and her home is filled s.
the force ol I naming .... ..
caucus action and general policy. To as pallbearers former associatesin with valuable antiques and curios. o.

ward the close of the meeting the the paymaster general's office, She was awakened by a flash o! ..

Panama situation was talked over I where he was formerly a clerk. he light and a rough hand was placed 41)

;. the policy of the party regarding the asked the soldiers of Maine his native upon her face, the fingers of which THE NEW

new republic and the treaty being the state, to bear the funeral expenses. were crowded into her mouth. In a

question at issue. It is expected the Joseph H. Thibadeau resided in Atlanta frenzy of fear Miss Narbonne bit the .

isthmian situation for fingers until the blood spattered upon OCMLA'S CHEAPEST> STOKE
will engage the attention a long while. and is well l ,
of the caucus tomorrow. known there. He is the father ot | her face and clothing. With his free \

Joseph F. Thibadeau, the popular sivpenntendent land the intruder then pounded the Leads the procession in Holiday and Xmas Goods: We have the largest, cheap-

Hale For Senate Chaplain. of the Atlanta postofflce; woman's face into a mass of bruises. sst and prettiest and most varied stock in the city. The public has already

Washington, Dec. 15-The RepublicAn K. '1'. Thibadeau, clerk in the money I Iher the the man woman fled lost consciousnessand given the verdict in our favor. What more?

i:!'. 1 senators in caucus today decided order department of the Atlanta pos without procuringany

on Rev. Edward Everett Hale, ol office. and Louis Thibadeau. clerk in plunder. ,
. Boston, for chaplain of tie senate the United States army paymaster. He TRAGEDY IN LIFE| Dolls and Tea Set AVe have more of them Misses Furs, Capes and Jackets.

: .: beginning Jan. 1. He is a Congregationalist also has several other children, on? than any two stores in ucala. Our Notion Department is loaded with

.t- and is 63 years old. of them being a married daughter in Lost to Family Girl Is Found Dead in Toys. Tin and iron; we have them in everything. Towels, ',Napkins. Hosiery,

1i. : Hesaca.Mr. Hospital. great quantities. Handkerchiefs, Collars and Neckties for

? Nomination for Customs Collector. Thibadeau was about 62 years New York, Dec. 14.-Lost to family In fancy china:} and opal ware we lead Men, Women and Children. Table cloths,

Washington, Dec. 15-The president of age and was a native of Maine. He and fria.ls during four years, Nellie A great assortment fancy Toilet articles of I Jewelry of every description, Corsets. the .

i' today sent to the senate the nomination was a veteran of the civil war, having Dunliar. of Scranton, Pa., has been all kinds in celluloid and ebony, for ladies latest Belts. Hand and Chatelain Bags.!

{ of John A. Thornton to be collector served as a captain in the federal round dead by her mother in a hospital and gents. Bracelets, Pocket Books, Combs, Ladies .
4 for customs for the district ol army. During his residence in Atlanta here.
Autograph and Photograph Albums. Shirt Waist Sets, Clocks and 'Vat'he5etc..
1 ache, La.FORMER. Mr. Thibadeau had won hosts oltnends. Mrs. Dunbar came here in the hope
The largest assortment of blank and cap Knives and Forks and Spoons.
cf finding her daughter to make com the We have Tin and We have
': f pistols in city everything Crockery Departmen.
DIES. FOSTER SLAIN BY ATCHISON. plett- a family re-union on Christmas. you want in Holiday Goods Suitable for all a complete line of Tin and E amel ware.

Andrew McDonald Passes Away at RUSSO-JAPANESE NEGOTIATIONS. ages and sexes. We can furnish your kitch fand dining

Norwood Park, N. J. Tragedy at Dallas, Ga.-Posse Pursuing Our Shoe and Clothing Departments offer room from bottom to top. '

New York, Dec. 15.-Andrew McDonald Slayer. Minister Hayashi Believes Peaceful Issue unprecedented bargains in Shoes Men and We make special discount Schools, Sun-

elected a member of congress Dallas, Ga.. Dec. 15-J Foster a tel- Will Result Therefrom. Boys' Suits Caps and Hats, and Ladies' and I day Schools and Churches.

from Arkansas, in 1869, is dead telegraph operator, was shot and killehere London Dec. 15.-The terms of

at the home of his daughter in Nor Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock by Russia's reply, to Japan have been Remember the Place

wood Park. N. J. Grover Atchison. communicated to the Japanese minister

He was born In Pennsylvania >n Atchison escaped and a posse is pursuing Here, Baron Hayashi, by the govern.
jears ago.Emigrating. him. ment at Tokfo. ,

to Kansas in 1857, he Ihe minister subsequently said the

took an active part in raising troops Run Down by Train. negotiations were still incomplete, but Next Door to Broadway Millinery Store. Ocala's Greatest Millinery Emporium.

for the union army and is said to have Columbia, S. C., Dec. 15-0. C. ae significantly added that he saw no .

supported, at one time, three regiments, Able a prominent merchant and influential reason to change his previously expressed .. ..

from his private funds. After the citizen of Leesville, was run opinion: tat; a peaceful: issue .. .... ..

war he establishd national banks at over and instantly killed by a South- would result theretrom.

*!'t. Smith and Little Rock, Ark., and ern passenger train No. 7 at'that place

later was elected to congress. He retired Saturday night. Mr. Able was walking -

some years ago. down the track with his back toward

the approaching train and was
JOCKEY SLOAN WINS.. within 100 yards of his house when

the train struck him. Mr. Able was

French Jockey Club Must Pay Costa one of the first citizens of this community

and Damages j where he had lived the great Some of the Things We Have

Paris, Dec. 15-The court which bas er part of his life.

been hearing the arguments in the ,

l i case of Tod Sloan, the American jockey Twenty Below at Bismarck. i
Silver Novelties Scarf Leather GoodsLadies'
against the French Jockey club Chicago, Dec. 15.-Today brought j I Sterling SpecialSterling PigsAn

for 140,000 damages for being warned some relief from the cold wave which
Comb. Brush and MirSoap Boxes Silver Bowls I Endless Variety from 250. to$25.00,finishedin Pocketbooks Ladies'Card Cases
oft the turf in connection with Rose 1s overspreading the northern and central ror,in Case DresingCombs Sterling Silver Bread Dishes Rose Gold, with and without diamonds, and 31 en's Card Cases Cigar Cases. ,
de Mai's winning the Prix de Diana states and has proven the most Manicure Sl'tsin Cases Shaving Mugs Sterling Silver Dessert Dishes the popular Pearl Scarf Pins. '
Military Brushes Pocket Combs Tea Sets Miscellaneous Articles
at Chantilly In May last, today foundin severe weather experienced during thee Cloth Brushes Cigarette Cases I. Coffee SrtsTrunksuf
.- favor of Sloan and condemned ti first half of December for 25 years. Hat Brushes Curling Tongs I Silver Complete Ebony Goods
Shoe Horns
Hair Brushes Shell Combs Water Sets
Jockey club to pay the costs and damtcs Today's low record here was 4 degrees! IolantBryshendComb Puff Boxes Gold Thimbles Belt Buckles

: the amount of which will be as below. The indications are for slowly ShavingBrushes in case Vaseline Match Cases Jars Sterling SilverAnd Silver Mounted i Gold Ribbon Band Fobs Thimbles Silver Fountain Thimbles Pens ., ;.

sessed later. moderating temperatures. Transportation Nail BrushesTooth Stamp Cases I Cloth Brushes Mirrors I mounted in Gold Picturesor
Brushes Paper Cutters Plated Ware Hat Brushes Nail Brushes Plate Frames
The case involved the Jockey club'* was still seriously hampered.The Pencil
Tips Velvet Brushes Tooth Brushes Tea Sets Jewel Caskets ,
sole control of the French turf admin coldest weather is at Bismarck. Napkin Holders Pearl and Silver Knives Carving Sets Military Brushes Nail Buffers Japanese Goods Carter Buckles
istration. S. D.-20 below zero. Cigar Clippers Handle Pens Forks Butter Knives Hair Brushes Darners ,I Nectkie Holders Hat Pins,gold or
Button Hooks Whisk Brooms
Oyster o'orks gold or silver silver and plate
and Files ethersolManicure Bracelets Spoons Loving Cups Bread Trays
Berry Spoons Napkin Rings
Scissors Chain Bracelets Cut Glass
JAPANESE LAND MARINES. Machinist Heir to $1,000,000. Embroidery Scissors Tape Measures j Sugar Spoons Cream Spoons Candlabra Fern Dishes Ash Candle Trays Sticks
Ladles Bon Bon
Iowa. Dec. 15.Frank CorkScrews Bag Tags Gravy I
Ottumwa Ladles Codes
'1K' Trouble Among Corean Coolies-Several Bradbury, a machinist in /. e employof Baby Flasks Rallies Pocket Blotters Knives ''I Oyster Soup Pie Knives Ladles salad Spoons Forks and I loci), Rare, Sparkling I| Clocks and Mantle Clock i

Persons Reported Killed.! the Ottumwa Iron works, hoe fallen Vinaigrettes Mucilage Bottles Nut Crackers Tomato Servers I FINE QUALITY LATEST CUTS I ,

Seoul, Dec. 15.-The Japanese land heir to a fortune estimated at 1000. I Fruit Knives Nut Picks Punch Bowls Finger Bowls I
Watch Ice Cream Slicers Fruit Bowls: Berry Bowls
*d marines at Mokphe yesterday tc 000, left by his uncle. Thomas Bradbury i Cfyaiqs : I I Vases, all sizes Oil Bottles. Sets :
i strike of la New i !: Wine Sets Water Pitchers
suppress rioting during a of York a piano manufac
p borers. It is reported they fired up turer. and Charts) Rings
it i;I Tumblers Sauce, Jelly and China Clocks Clocks
on the mob several people.
Salts and Dishes Cuckoo Clocks Bronze and Gilt Clock
Peppers Bon
In Endless
New Variety
a The strike was among Corean coolies Miss Gould Will Not Accept The) aid Nobby Designs I i I; Marble Clocks Traveling Clocks

employed In the foreign concession St Louis, Dec. 15-iMiss Helen Gould Ladies: Guard Chains in gold, gold filled and LADIR'S RINGS-Set with Diamonds, Opals, :j ji 1 i Piano aid French Clocks
which clasnes the Silver i Rubies Emeralds Sapphires Topaz Turquoise i j ] Organs For the Eyes
precipitated among today notified her friends among the Vest Chains | suitable lor birth stones. I{
Coreans and Japanese. The affair it board of lady managers of the world's Me/-'s Gold Filled Vest ChainsMen's I|: A COMPLETE STOCK OP I !
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Gold Fob Chains
Y, Is thought, may cause local complicalions fair that under no circumstances could Men's Gold Charms with Stones !i Brooches | Organs Pianos Hardman Players Piano And Microscopes a Full Line of Eye Glasses Reading and Glasses spectacles :

and it Is possible Russia may she accept the position as president Ladies' and Men's Diamond Lockets I i Autoharps Mandolin Graphophone Machines I i

send a warship should the Corean government to uccel'dedIrs.. James L. Blair. II I Cold Brooches Guitar Talking Sheet Music

resent the landing of marines Books I Diamond and Pearl Brooches Banjos Music Books Unjbrellas)
Pearl Brooches i Pianos and Organs sold on as easy terms as
t! by Japan. Scuthern Medical Association. A Beautiful Holiday Line Standard Books at I Diamond and Opal Brooches i' may be obtained elsewhere. Patronize your Silk Umbrellas for Ladies and Men. Silver and
Half Price I Gold Plated Broodies I borne merchants. Gold !Mounted Direct from the Makers.
Atlanta, Dec. 15-The annual meeting I
Cold Weather In Ohio. _
of the Southern Medical association
I; Cleveland, Dec. 15-The coldest
1 was convened in this city this
'if* weather of the winter prevailed to:!:y
g morning. Today's session was devoted OCALA MUSIC COMPANY JEWELERS.
r over Ohio, the mercury her rgistor entirely to routine business. ,
4 above t
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.NN11111.11111..11...1.. '' luical creator that they can be relied -. has the approval of his
on to support that gentleman at science as well as of all int
: least: by their votei for the office of men; and, whether he wins !

: .. United States; senator, ,but its dollarsto i he retains the respect of fri
: FROM THE STATE PRESS. : doughnuts that for every one of foe alike; he has nothing to <

these that goes to the polls)) breathing feel ashamed of; and,if he is a
a silent prayer for his success, two his triumph will not be .
will enterthe polling booth holding any rankling animosity /'
ED. I,
their noses,-Pnlatka Advertiser defeated oppouen t.-Puuta
The race for governor now eeems to
.... Herald. fi
be between Mays and Broward. Davis, The greatest obstacle Messrs. Stockton ....

from all accounts, is losing ground SUMTER NEEDS TIME.
I and Jennings tii.d in their campaign I
everyday.-Live Oak D l1Iocrat. I'ecausf a few politicians saw
for the Uuited Stales senate i iJ
.... force an early campaign on i
James P. Tuluferro'n record. The
Hon.James E. Broome, candidate pie is no reason why w e & t
more they attempt to break it down !
for secretary of state, i H one candidate an early primary. The county
the stronger it grows with the democratic
who wants the voters to have a dates would not have tune 10
: voters of the stale.: It is a record
chance, and for that reason is not in and see the people for an
which appeals to the good judge
favor of holding the primary in mary, as hat been suggested,
ment, and the admiration of the p(1()
April-Madison New Enterprise. do not think their condition
pie. That he has been a faithful and
.... be overlooked. Besides the
valuable servant of the people of Florida
Those who are crying loudest for an counties like Sumter are
is not even denied by his bitterest
early primary are those who precipitated now, and will be till about the
political enemies. He has been a
the early campaign. If an extension
June, to take any stock in
valuable man for Florida and her
of time i is too expensive, gen peo. paign. They want time to "
pIe at Washington. Land Record.
tlemen, you'd better stop your meau- the matter. It is a little
.11. i
deriugs until the executive committee who been
candidates have

makes appointments for 'ou.-lidi. It i is not yet settled just when the since last summer, !but it

eon New Enterprise Florida primary election is to be pull own choice awl we think it
ed otl, but it is sufficiently far distant the )people and county ('and
iu the future to enable us to consider force an early primary topltu-e;
and Stockton are makingit
will be early enough.--:: :
the issues if there
calmly are
hot for each other in their talks to
and also the alleged for : County Times.
f the dear people. Neither ot them arguments

and against certain candidates. One Boys Life Sand From :
need lose much sleep over the matter
of the prominent men of the state I Croup.C. .
of going to the senate.: Taliaferro has
who is being much discussed in the W. Lynch, a prominent
them skinned from the iSt. Mar. 'II
) of Winchester, Ind., writes,
i to the briny deep, saga the Bartow public prints at the present time is little boy had a severe attack of !

I Cracker.-Tampa Times. Governor Jennings, who is a candidate braneous croup, and only got

I .... for senator. That he is eligible lifter taking Foley'n Honey ..

WALl'i>LE HUFFY. for the Iosition none deny. His He got relief after taking
and I feel that saved the life
Frank A. Walpole, former editor of friends, who hope to see him chosen
boy." Refuse; substitules. P
the Herald of this city and a great as senator, point to the facts of bu .j
Drug Store. ,
Jennings advocate and supporter, is being a worthy gentleman, of his ,j

out in a column article in his new Alabama proved capabilities: as a statesman, of ,,;
It's For You! -"
i paper fairly skinning the chief his unqueetioned democracy and in

: executive alive. Mr. Walpole is evidently short of his general Illness in every

trying to throw Alabama way for the high office. Those OppOSe

k against. Jennings for the senate.- ing him seem just now to be laying

Tampa Tribune. great stress upon the divorce law pas-

t .111 ed during hid administration and are

The collection of the Indiam war trji ij to make political capital out of

if f i claims by Florida from the United his having signed that bill after it I
States is due to the indefategable effort had passed the legislature. It is a
of Senators James Taliaferro and well)) known fact that there has been

S. R. Mallory and Congressman 8. M. a legislature since which failed to repeal JI

Sparkman and Robt. W. Davis, and the law, so it would seem that a

i it should not be forgotten in the pri majority of the people are in favor of

maries.-Sara-iota Times. it. Then why should the govemgr be The Great Healtlj)

N.. censured for not vetoing it at first

WILL DO 1J1M GOOD. when it is clearly in accordance with I

I The llliticalmachine which Gov. the wishes! of the majority of the people .Q'i" I
Dispensed at all Soda Fountains
Jennings has built in this state
up ? But, what is more to the point,

may look all right to him at present, after all is said that can be said against METTO Syrup is put up !

but as a matter of fact it is of
that measure, what on earth has it to mixing with ice water in t

those Schnapps Tobacco Kicking Ma do witL the United Stales senator- summer time and with ,

chines. What it will do to him in the water in the winter i
ship And is it at all likely that the t
Specially adapted to fam
primary will be for the
a plenty, peo
men who are now using this divorce either
use, as a beverage i
; pIe will turn the crank and the
may )
l law against Governor Jennings would table: drink, taking the }

Lord have mercy on-his hind gate. be supporting him if he had vetoed of tea, cofl'ee, etc. n
White Herald.
Springs .i
it.-PeUaacola: News.DEFENDING .,

N1JUSTICE N.. Prices for syrup:l-2 pint, :2.:! ) i 1

VS. SELF. THE T. U. 1 qu Jt, 75c. 1-2 gallon' JI E

Senator BroolUe says that an early The absurd, yet scandalous chatter 1 gallon, g.o.TiirectionsTwo. Ei

primary would be unfair to a numberof table }
indulged in by some politicians and i
: !
candidates; at the same time an used to a glass of '
some newspapers about the political Costs less than 2c. a E
early one would be to his individual ,
f policy of the Times-Union being dictated '
I benefit; but, regardless of this p!r-iou- TROPICAL .iYtINUF!CTURINC i
r by republicans, i is a direct and r
aladvautcge, he will advocate a late \
shameful aspersion upon Mr. GeorgeW. J
primary to be fair for to all.the reason The people that admire he wants a Wilsou, its editor-in-chief, one of. For vale hj' Ski it. At li I I I 8 < !!

the purest of citizens and most )loyal '1'. W. TKOXIt. C. \\ Tn
falr-minded man-a man whose
justice of democrats and upon )Ir. Willis M. PovtoHiceDru Store and '

Times-Union.can me above self.-Jacksonville Ball, its managing editor, for many ti-iiiwnoplj>> Drug !Stortm -.

.... years managing editor of the Pensa- {
I HAVE FORGOTTEN TAIJAFEKKO. cola Daily News, a" true and devoted ,
--.. ..,-. --...- -
Messrs. Jennings and Stockton have an exponent of democratic doctrinesas
t let up on the junior senator and are has ever been published in the :

now telling what they know about state. Denunciation of the Times- ATTORNEYATLAW.Office ; :
( in Cary-Agaew Block.)
i.., each other's public records. The pub Union and its managers on such! OCALA, I < ;
; lie will be the benefactors. The news- grounds carried to its logical conclusion i. :

papers report a small attendance at would impuge the democracy of It D. FULLER..:-

the political meetings at Clearwater. every Florida democrat who is interested DENTIST. 'i

Over Munroe&Chambliss Hank,
This is easily accounted for. The in any Florida, or other, commercial

people of the orange belt of South or industrial enterprise in
- Florida are too busy to think about which the capital of republicans is J t

politics.-Arcadia News. invested.-Pensacola News.NO PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.:
Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp
111. .... OCALA, FLA.
In this campaign in Florida, thereis SPENCER.
1 beg leave to state that my son.stand- EDWIN _
no need for individual or journalistic <
ing shoulder to shoulder with his ATTORNEY-AT-LA W,

father will vote with me for W.S.Jen acrimony. The contest shouldbe OCALA. 7-8-y. :

nings at the polls of next November, conducted by all participatingupon
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and our ballots will go in, made a high plane of that courtesy J K. CHASE. I
sacred by silent prayer, that they : :
which exists between honorable gentlemen DENTIST,
f avail much.
-Benj. Putnam Cal OCALA FLA ;
Loun. discussing subjects of mutual

Attorney Calhoun interest. No man of fine feelings and CARLOS I.. 5IS1.RATTORNEY.AT.LAW., : :
ought to know ;
that United States senators are not lofty impulses is elevated in his own ii t,

i voted for by a direct vote of the peo esteem or that of others by engagingin Room 4, Masonic Building, Ocala Fla. 'I!

911 unseemly quarrel in which insulting
pIe In
except primary elections which !

j will not be pulled oil in November epithets or innuendoes are ; i

exchanged. Such contests engender r
Ocala Banner.
1111 animosities that last for years, es. 4

HIS HOME; PAPER ON MR. CALHOCS'S tranging friends and sowing seeds of and Ear '
LETTER. dissension that produce a harvest of \
In Ocala EveryTHURSDAY
i It is a pretty safe proposition that discord to the detriment of the state. :1

office holders under the William The man who conducts the argument, MONTEZUMA HOTEL. !

t>'! Tucumseh Sherman Jennings regime as a gentleman, should always feel I

i, will feel such gratitude for their po- I better after the contest is orer. Her I

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"' Over.vorkveakens tious15,1 16,17, township 15, range-iO, I Mr. Edwards! also filed a counter jetitlou. I The Candidate and the Primary. -I I -

i Your Kidneys.( to north-east corner of south-west : After consideration it was, The following i is only a partial list''I CRUSHES i
of OUT
quarter "outll'east
quarter, section on motion referred to Commissiotera

!, Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. 17, township 15. range 20, thence south Lon!!, Wartmaun and! Lucius :o examine of the, cindulates seeking offices''

about 45 degrees, west to a pointat 0 r' said routes and report at next through the primary system and if : y

All the blood la your body passes through near the half-mile pmt on line dividing meeiiug. the purpose for which it was created i f I THE LIFE t '

. your kidneys. once every The three minutes. sections 19 and 30, township 15, S. '1'. .Sistruuk:; F. B. Turner and J is carried out must meet the people The most loathsome a
s t fit kidneys are and repulsive of all t
1' blood purifiers.they filter range 20, thence south about 56de- F. Hall, owners of the laud. tiled pro. face to"face, viz: living things is the serpent, and the vilest and

( I out the waste or grees west to a pointat or near north test against the report of the eom- For United States senator, Wilk most degrading of aU human diseases is Contagious
impurities If : in the blood. end of railroad Y just! north of Juli mi-siou as to location ofroad around Call, W. d. Jennings, J. X. C. Stockton serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and almost instantly the Poison. The

cf order they are they sick fail or to out do ette station thence the most direct, Bradley Pond The matter as to and James P. Taliaferro. For through the entire body. Contagious Blood Poison, beginning poison with a passes little s.

: .i ',o their work. practical route to town of Dunnellouin damages in the matter of the location congresman, J. )[. Barrs, Charles I I ulcer, soon contaminates every drop of blood and spreads throughout the

; Pains aches and rheumatism section 35, township 16, range 18, of sH
r come from ex- which rf'port'ia ,ou motion, adopted Long. Lucius and Wart- Alexander, Frank Clark, Charlie copper become colored splotches break out on the body, the mouth and throat =
cess cf uric ulcerated, and the hair and brows .
acid fall
in the eye out but these
f j* ; symptoms ,
Fildes. McDonald
't blood due Counter manu for adjustment. and Watson. are mild to the
T" to neglected petitions against closing wretchedness and suffering that in
come the latter
kidney trouble.Kidney the road from Irvine to Orange Lake, The toarlladjourncd until Wednes- For givernor: D. H.Ii YI!, stages of the disease when it attacks the bones and more vital parts of the
; trouble causes quick or I day N. B. Broward C. M. Brown It is then
body. that
heart beats and makes unsteady and asking for location of said road morning. Contagious Blood Poison is seen in all its hideous.ness. .
1 one feel as though! and R W. The
Davis. For of deep
:, they had heart trouble because the heart were presented, and Mr, D. H. Irvine secretary eating abscesses and sickeninulcers: and tumors show
is Wednesday. Dec. 9, HJ03. stnte, James E. Broome and H. the whole system is corrupted and
i over-working in pumping thick kidney- aDd others addressed the board in relation Clay poisoned, and unless relief comes soon
r poisoned blood through veins and arteries. thereto, and after consideration Board met, all members present. Crawford. For comptroller, A. C this serpent disease tightens its coils and crushes out the life. The only

It used to be considered that only urinary it Commission! appointed to Uy out Croom and W. R. Dorman. For treasurer antidote for the awful virus is S. S. S. It is naf re'. remedy, composed .
t was: ordered that the latter
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys load from city limits to Blitcht W, V. Kuott and Sam Puleston. entirely of vegetable ingredients. S. S. S.
but now modern science proves that nearly part of the petition be granted, and destroys every vestige of the poison, purifies the
road filed their superintendent of schools W. N.
i all constitutional diseases have their beginning road to run as follows: Leaving the paved report blood and removes all danger of transmitting the
in kidney trouble. mending that said road run straight Sheats and W. M. Holloway. For
r Citra awful taint
and to
f leiuiugtou road at southwest others. Nothing else will do this.Strong' .
t If you are sick you can make no mistake straight southeast from end of present commissioner of agriculture, B. E. mineral remedies like
corner of hectiou 29 12 and
first doctoring township mercury potash, :
t by your kidneys. The mild road miles northwest of Ocala to )1cLiu and Robert F. For #
two the
21 Rogers. dry up sores and drive in the disease, but do not cure
and the eitraordmary effect of Dr. Kilmer's' range thence north one-half mile, permanently. r:
Swamp- t, the great kidney remedy is thence east one mile, thence north pre crossing of t;. S. O. & O. R. attorney General, W. H. Ellis and Send for our home treatment book and write us if in need of medical 3,

soon realized. It stands the highest for its half mile to junction of old wire road R. thence south about 130 yards to Alfred St. Clair Abrams. For rail- advice or special information. This will cost :you nothing.

t wonderful cures of the most distressing cases northwest of track thence road commissioner T. J.
and the Citra and Micanopy road, corner race Appleyard THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA..
tand Is sold on Its merits fCffi'lby and John L. .
east to city limits, which report was Morgan.For
all druggists in fifty."J' . centandanedellariz1 on motion adopted and it was ordered! these gentlement to make a
n-jaSj Hfe matter of time for removing! obstructions {
es. You may have a gjjibffiag on said route was left to be that same be (..pened.P tour of forty five countiesmeetingthe GIN PHOSPHATE

sample bottle by mail Home cf s.tmpoot titlon for public road commencing people in the different precinctswill -
adjusted by Commissioner Wartmaun.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find bt point where southwest quarter require at least six months.
cut if you have kidney or bladder trouble. .
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer The matter of roads: through landsof : section 27 crosses the Ocala and Lake CURES Bladder TROUBLES
k Co., Binghamton N. Y. Weir road thence north to northwest Coughing Spell Caused Death.
Wm. G kin, from Pine to Anthony -
corner section 22, thence northwardby "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years
was, on motion, left to Commissioner I
most direct route west of convict chocked to death early yesterday

: ROADS DISCUSSED Wartmaun to adjust. farm LII the Ocala and !Silver Spring* morning at his home, rn the presenceof
The board then adjourned until Il iIuS
Tuesday morning. hard road, was read and laid over his wife and child. He contracted

i At Meeting of Commissionors-Other until next lutetiug. a slight cold a few days ago and paid-

Bill of E. I. Curuey, tax collector, but slight attention to it. Yesterday .......,..., 71
Important Itams Considered.The Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1903. 0in -
for roininiviouH was ordered paid if morning he was seized with a fit of
Board met, all members present* )
board of county commission found correct by the clerk.It coughing which continued some 0
The commissioners reported the full &tt
ers for Marion couuty met in regular lowing amounts collected on account was ordered that the tax collectorbe time. His wife sent for a physician into 3

instructed to prosecute all parties but before lie could arrive another
session Monday, Dec. 7, 19')3.') of road taxes and to treasurer, toit :
doing business without a license as couching! spell came oti and Duck-
Present: H. \V. Long. chairman, John L. Edwards, $96> ; X. A. Fort, 0O .
required! It o law unless such licensebe well died from uU.catiol1.-St. Louis .
il9j: ; F. l;. Lucius, $303; E L. Wan- ;
and Commissioners J. L. Edwards, F. paid on or before 1st day of Jau. Globe-Detuoerat, Dec. 1, 1901." Bol ;
mann, $107. Mr. Wartmauu offered c
S. Lucius, X. A. Fort aud E. L. next and that Hon. R. A. Burford be lard's Snow Liniment would have !I1
the f.lIoinK resolution : 4JD 0))
Worlmanu. employed as couuty attorney to prose- saved him. 22c. 50c. and $1.00 at
Whereas, Col L. P. Miller has ap- ( 1

The minutes of lust meeting were plied to the board for a permit to cute avid parties. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m J Bm1 ] n a
Application of S. E. Rowe to sell\ .
read, currected aud approved. Co!. erect gates with automatic fixtures lquor, wine: and beer in DUt. No. At the last meeting of the W. 0. a bb3yp. I wj 1

I across the public roads known as W. the I}n unld J,r eC fc i9 j
J. P. Miller appeared before the 24, hariujj been published as required following members were elected L I
Ocala aud SummerlieliJ and Ocala and j oIa11Y iry djeaj 5d -
board and asked permission to erect by law suit and no objections thereto to the following positions: J. G. 3 I SOnff'')ofthej\t'FVtJtJ e
I Lake Wier; therefore be it j jResohed ;Jyslf'1 W 1fcIt

automatic gates across the lake Weir 'II' That the board hereby having; been filed, the same was ordered Spurliu; C. C. ; James Brown, A. L. ; 0 I": ..--...-I, tI1
grained. wr..rr.r.__ ___p o }
aud the Suiuiuerlield public roads.v grants the request of Col. Miller to :\ Ruliu, banker; C. K. Sageclerk '. T a
Proposition\ of Muuroe&Chamblias I-_:=:: '.=:':=

: After consideration ConimiaionersW&rtmauu erect Bid gates on above mentioned to easti county warrauts for the ensue Joe White, escort; W. H. Lip!comb, I
roads at his own and uuoer 1t -
and Lucius were ap expense fug year aud charge interest thereon wetchman; Frank I>.mey, sentinel; 1 j 1
act of legislature", cuapter -1,:)H, approved 61AGINNATLQ
poiuted a committee to formulate from date of issue until paid *t rate C. H. Dame, manager. A banquet VIA I 1
June 1,1897. That the boardwill
of 7 per cent per auuuui was < u will be held the 1i 1.t
on Tuesday
resolutions covering ame.! in u<) wise he responsibly for any night .

The comptroller was recommended damage to crops by p..nuittiu!; said moiiou accepted. Gordon in January The banquet committee Strauss &
Notary bonds of Henry Company.
privilege. That the board reserves j j is composed of C. H. Dame, Jake
: to allow Mr. Kobiu.ou to redeem I I I with J.y U. iJtvkiu" D. 15. Kibler and I
rescind this resolution
right to :
block 6, town of Keddick, for the sum A. 15. Kibler. sureties, and of W. L. Brown and F. B. Beckham.
i whenever it ii i deemed bet interest
of 530. Colbert with W. Lutlmau and J. W.
to the traveling I'Uhlic.
Lutiuiau, sureties W. M.I Gist with UcIVER and MACKA } {
Jeauette Johnson appeared before Which resolution, after discussion, More Than a
S. H. Gaitskili and H. L. Dicksou, I
t the board and asked to be paid for was adopted Commissioner Fort voting -
sureties were approved.
t' caring for Jim Moreland, a prisoner, against same! for the reason that '1'. E. Pasteur, county treasurer, gy iLjt yij'r.ij.'n' aTOTgfSCwl*!*"
it is an experiment unknown to the
!I taken from the couuty jail. After consideration submitted his report hov\iugreceits! | $ MILLION DOLLARS $
i\ people, and not sked for by the peo- disbursements and balances as follows -
l: it was: ordered she le ple. The balance of board a ked that

fc paid $5. Dr. Hood having been paid their votes be recorded: in the afliria- : .

t $ ,30 for purchase of ticket for euiil alive because the matterof ROAD FUND.Balance FUNERALDIRECTORS. of Florida Capital guar-
same was a
:, last report......... .1142.55
prisoner, and said prisoner having experimen':( and if satisfactory Receipts. . .. .. ........ 17.11 this -
died,it was ordered that Dr. Hood retain would be a great saving to farmers _- antees pure vege-

I said $5.30 to cover expenses incurred and stockmen, and because! the board 859.66 .

: by bim in caring for said pris reserved the right to have said gates Disbursed............ .. .... .. .. 659 74 -1- table remedy to cure or

oner. removed if unsatisfactory.It Balance. ........_ .............f 199.92! Have a full stock of Coffins. Caskets back.
Petition fora public road! commencing motion ordered that the money .
was, on COUNTY PROPER FUND. and Burial Outfits. Special given to ..........
:: at the Sutnter county line at the sum of $726.04 be transferred from the Balance list report .. .........$233.74

corner hetween sections 31 and 32, F. aud F. fund to the county proper Receipts..................... . 1310.71 rial services. 9

township 17, range 3, thence north fund, same being one-half the amount I Cures: '
on section Hue two miles, thence west received from the state for hire of 1544.45 Embalming to Order
Disbursed . ... . .13\19\ 3.3
one-quarter mile to connect with old I convicts, and erroneously placed Catarrhal affection of the

wire road, was granted, same to be- wholly in the F. and F. fund. Balance. .. ... . .. T$Ui.10F. nasal passages, bronchial

come a public or chartered road when The matter of dispute as to obstruction & .'. :KL'Xl tubes, lung, kidneys, !i.Y

opened and put in traveling con- roads in the bladder and stomach. I 7n
up of public vicinity Balance last report, . .. .. .$3:>lS 43 4 % ;

dition by the petitioners. Lake George by H. L. Anderson or Receipts . ....... . .. SoO.07 AlsoNervous
Walter Nichols was ordered paid motion referred
his agents was, on to --
515 for building a fence on one side of Commissioner Fort to adjust. 3860.10

road his land.A. Disbursed .. ...I!.. .. 13 5.61
through Nr. E. L. Carney submitted a list o
J. White, ferryman at Moss errors and insolvencies on the tax Balance ...... ......... ......fi)03.49 6s.

Blutl, appeared before the board with book of 1902, and same was approved. Applications for state! pensions of Indigestion .

reference to charge of negligence, and and the collector allowed credit the following parties were approved : 2t9R'PREPA1D

made a statement satisfactory to the therefor as follows: Louisa B. Stephens) Will.M. tiheroule Consumption, or any diseases -

board. F. aud F. fund, 67.52: ; county Mary J. Harnage, C. T. Scott and uf the mucuous a y T

8.:; R. Pvles, W. C. Jeflords and Z. i proper, $135.03; county roads, $1270.06; Wm. D. Holder. membranes.

C. Chambliss, commissioners appointed county schools, $$337.58; polls, $680; Justices of the peace reported collections -

to mark out road running sub-schools $66.39 Silver Springsand zrd
; as follows: C. C. Priest $4.10; f .

south from Chambliss' lane, recommended Western railroad, $90. W. O. Waid, $10; J. 0. Turnipseed, !u } l-
the following: Commencing Bonds to firearms were rI
carry ap
$30; J. W. Coulter, $5. 4l
7.15 chains south ')f north-east cor- proved for the following persons: Following justices reported no fines I, As a Tonicit

ner,section 35, township 15, range 21, A. )[. Cook, W. W. Geiger, C. N. imposed in their courts: B. F. I

thence south 8 degrees, 15 minutes, Burton, D. M. Crosby, J. L Gran- Bouchilion, W. W. Jackson, E. S. gives appetite, builds I MANUFACTURED ONLY BY

west 10.83 chains, thence south 15..' thaw W. L Carter, Geo. P. Bryan, Smith, )[. H. Rou, Alex Wynn, II. the system, banishes that taALMrWACTURlNGJACKSONVILLE

degrees, 40 minutes, east 12.46 chains! J. E. McRae. Bonds! to carry firearms \\;. Douglas, J. W. Lyles and W. M. tired feeling, makes the ,FLA, U r

to northeast corner, section 2, township were presented by R. D. Har- Proctor.E. weak strong and happy.
16 21 thence south with I
range rison, R. 0. Connor and E. N. Davis, L. Carney, tax: collector, reported ..
section line intersection with 1
to pres-
Turner ad. which were laid over until next meet- collection of J17 on account of poll 517 and 519 \V. Bay fit Sold and Guaranteed by Tj'dings *V:: Co., Anti-Monopoly {
public road. Mr. F. B.
taxes regular and $13 extra. Also Drug Store,
dressed the board in opposition to the ing. Jacksonville fla. -
reported collection of $ l.54) on account ,

report, and Mr. J. L. Edwards in fa Petition to change the Camp Iz. of licenses. Board thereupon 8f1ii. EM1! l l ICTCTl! CT "iL

'vor. After consideration! the reportof road to on north and I adjourned. S. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk. 1
ard so as go
the committee was adopted. Mr. i i
west sides of lot 18 Waldo place, instead WE EAT MEAT I II
Edwards, being personally interested, This the seasen of the year when Real Estate!
did east and south sides
not vote.Commissioner. of the was
the prudent and careful housewife To grow strong. Unless we get
Long filed report on taken up and heard-arguments of i im
Real Estate '
her supply of Chamber -
replenishes I good meat we may as well let I
the poor farm, showing expenses for Mr. F. B. Turner in favoraud Mr. J. i i t

month $107.63.. Syrup sold, $12.90, thereto.A lain's Cough Remedy. It is certainto 0 ,. 7.ofW. ,;.] it alone. There is no strength m
Edwards opposition .
and $29.87 expended on improve- L. be needed before the winter is over Your wants in this line for I I1 o i-.Y in tough meat-instead of giv- I

ments. Value of syrup on hand and results are much more promptand 151!21 ing, it takes strength to digest
Dollars Worth of Good.A. l1';;
$12.60, and fork valued at $63. Thousand. H. Thurnes, a well known coal satisfactory when it is kept at City or County Property t:S.. iffi ,;!J ;4 it. It pays to be careful in I

t). R. Ryles and R. L Martin, commissioners hand and given as soon as the cold is Groves t-lJN. '
Orange etc. can ;:- buying meat-be sure to get
writes "I have ft.
appointed to select route operator of Butlklo.O., "
contracted and before it has become ; ?:$" rr the best tender and choice.
for proposed hard road frog Martel to been afflicted with kidney and bladder\ be supplied. Special attention : R ot .. -

Dunnellon, submitted their report, trouble for years, passing! gravel or settled in the system. In almost R'r W Pay a little more if need be and
route stones with excruciating pain. 1 got every instance a severe cold may be given rentaccounts. i 'R u'
recommending the following : ; COJ {{It] put something in your stomach
Ocala relief from medicines until I began warded off by taking this remedy f1 0
Commencing in the line of the no
N. \ '4< Jl .... will flesh
end of Cotton Plant hard road at taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then the freely as soon as the first indication of ,i.1arf; ..}t'. f [ ,;rI which put_ on yonr

tenter of section 13, township 15, result was prising. A few doses cold appears. There is no danger in I "ft,} bh,.(.' 'I bones and strong blood in your

range 20, thence west along half mile started the brick dust like line stones giving it to children for it contains no F. W. DITTO heart.EDWARDS I

line of sections 13 and 14,township 15, and now I have no pain across my harmful substance. It is pleasant to ,

range 20, to north-east corner of kidneys ane I feel like a new man. take, both adults and children like it. I BROS.

north-west quarter of south-west It has done me a thousand dollars Buy it and you will get the best. It Real Estate and Insurance Stalls 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla. [; e

'> 15 worth of good.Josto ce Drug always cures. For sale by all drug- L
quarter, section 14, township range
medicine dealers. Ocala Fla. r na[ijjiIiiiiIiiii; iej
m F.M
i.o, thence in a direct line through sect "fit. ore. ill gists rS 5r3r ur'r5a c r 25
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Atlanta Secures Headquarters-Officially Captain of Swedish Bark Tells of Terrible i

{ Decided Upon. .
I AT COLONThey Washington, Dec. 15-The establish OCCURS IN DEKALB It I Per.sacola. Fla., Dec 10.- :ipt3jn

meat of the department of the south, t Lofreugren, master of the Swedisn I

with headquarters at Atlanta, has been Nude Murdered Girl Is nark J. Wllkerstrom, Jr., which baa! 9I
will Be Sent to Point on Body
finally and officially determined up arrived at quarantine! relates a terrible

Coast of Panama. on. The order has not :beca IS Found In a Branch.WAS story of hardship undergone by I -4 RI
sued but this is mere lor. ity. TSs himself and his crew A'hfie on the "XI: 1111Ia 1'1 i.S.fi .

...COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN BUTLER general staff has rcommenutd it ana PARTIALLY DECOMPOSED.There voyage from Scuth Africa to Pens! FIVi: DOZILY, *7'.uO.
the secretary of war has given Lis ap- I

;; :..... Step Taken In Consequence of News proval. Was Nothing About the Body tc cola.The bark started on the voyage 12 I I !;
The order will be issued in the! very months ago and had been out M t lly
Received that Colombian Troops near future soon the assignmentof Indicate Who Unfortunate Woman i
as as about three months when a1of\ the

officers is determined upon. Taat Was-Skull Crushed, Gunshot Wcunc crew beri berg, I
t ..Were Marching on Panama-Long vas attacked by a Ii
this was sure to come was some time In Breast-Coroner InvestigatinJ. disease which all sailors diead. For i ,
Guerilla Warfare on Isthmus Is Prob
since predicted. The delay in reaching
several weeks the battled with
A Uthonia Ga., Dec. 15-In the ULior j I crew iIIaPabst
able. a decision is due to the fact that the disease, but finally they became
(jro\e community, 4 miles east of uu I
the general staff has had under consideration so weak and disabled that they were I
Colon, Dec. 15-A company of marines a number of changes in the place, the body of a oung wjue, woman unable to ha: \'? the vessei. : .

from the United States ship Prairie existing plan of division! of the mill in a partially! decomposed coals. Ifie.v were then several hundrei
was landed here today under the lion, lying in a s small branch near the
and it
tary departments, was impossible
miles off Port of Spain, Trinidad anaa
command of Captain Smiley D. But to settle one thing until all were iellow river, was discovered:: by some few days afterwards a French steaia- ': s3sBeer I

ler and entrained for Panama, whence determined.A small white boys and was a terrible -
er sighted the bark drifting about I _
the marines will be sent to a point final decision was reached Fri light to look upon, being almost nud Ii i
on The steamer passed: : a line to the barK
on the coast south of Panama This the skull being crushed and with a _
day but the fact has just become 4
and towed her to Port of Spain. When
step was in of the receipt gunshot wound in the breast.
known, the official being to
purpose kI
that port was reached five dead men ;
of information that Colombian troops keep it secret until the formal or Hundreds ot people lor miles around Is
la yon the deck, while 'around them 3
had landed in that direction with the ders were ready. hurried to the :slot where the body lay I z'
were half a dozen others almost iu 1
object of marching on Panama. Under the plan'adopted there are among them the coroner ot Hockdaie: l
a dying condition. The master was
II this is confirmed, it will mean to be five divisions of the army with county who t'.'k charge of the corps also nc'irly dead. 1 I1

the beginning of a long campaign of 12 departments, instead of the present and immediau.y !began an inquiry.
The sailors: received attention and
_' guerilla warfare on the isthmus. 11 departments. This provision The inquest has not been compieted the :mnstsr went to his home in SWP, )! was c

., The destination of the marines is flu the fire departments is new. and may not be for sevarl days: yet,. den, where he remained for nearly four J i

laid to be Yaviza, up tho (San Miguel fIt is believed that the creation of for most:: diligent inquiry made has failed months under treatment: lIe thEn 1'y

uif and Tuira river. these divisions, each to contain one or to give the slightest clew as yet as
returned to Port of Spain; and four
more departments, and to be commanded to who the murdered girl was. So Ul ;i'
that the ntive had stripped his VPS
THREE'STATES WANT THEM. far as can be learned no one is miss-
a major general, wi'i- be a more sol of everything of value, includiu rr
effective and more nearly *erfect organization ing for miles"around, and the body the nautical initrupienteRECTOnirG

Charges Pending Agaitst Alleged. Professional than that now existing. must have: lain where it was found tor : BASILICA. i
Cracksmen. There will be a division of the Atlan several week, and it may be impossible -- I / -
.Montgomery, Ala., l>c. 14.-Tut it. \ -- -
tic with to
headquarters: at Governor's 4o
governor of Alabama has informed the island, to embrace two departments There was nothing about the bol( > Pope Pius Expresses Satisfaction at E'i; 1

governor of Florida that his requisi department of the east, with headquar to give any clew as to who it via; Progress of Work. I
I _
tiou for Albert Driscoll Home, Dee. 14.-The has : _; ItlKKKI.
papers anc ters at Boston, and a department o! except a gold ring on the third finger pope expressed j -
f Ji Kussell, the two arrested ai his satisfaction: to Cardma.Satolli '
men the south, with headquarters at At of the left hand, and whether or not I .-i' 10 DOSl.'tOO..

Mobile by Jacksonville, Pta, detectives lanta. In a similar manner other ex this will be cf service must awal'. at the work now in progress. :: -JJ7P

on the charge that they cracker isting departments will be embraced future developments.! effort will \be of restoring the Basilica ol St. John "- -;

'i a safe of Cohen Bros. in that city anr in divisions. For instance, the interior spared to solve the mystery of the awful laterai, especially the roof, whir

got several hundred dollars would nol and southwestern section of the crime. threatened to fall in. .

be honored if there is sufficient evi country will be included in a division The developments before the coroners The late Pope Leo XHI has already

deuce to convict them in this state containing three departments inquest: showed a motive for given a sum of money for the church's

on the several charges pending agains department of the lakes, with head? the crime. The young woman would restoration, but it being insufficient Strauss & Co. Ocala Fla.KSTABLlfrlEKD

them. quarters at Chicago; the department very soon have become a mother to interest the Franciscan priests in i

Tnese men are said to be wanttx ai of the Missouri, with headquarters at and perhaps to cover another crime the matter they made a request :

Savannah, Ga., Valdosta, Ga., Bens* Omaha and the department of Texas, murder was committed. throughout the world. Pope Leo requested '

mer, Ala. and several other places foi with headquarters at San Antonio, as lae corpse bears evidence of tie the Franciscans to engage in

cracking safes besides Montgomery at present. fact that the woman in lite had belonged this work because of the legend painted 11' ,7vvvrnvvw tt vvvvvvwvvvvvtlvv,tr,trvivvrarv ::-, : ;!

and Jacksonville. to the better class of society, by Giotto according to'which aa1

It is believed that there is sum KIDNAPED BY TRAMPS. and most likely was a woman of refinement Francis, of Assi, in one of his visions i + ir 'YEA RS. : i

dent evidence in this city to convict: perhaps not more than zv laW the Lateran church falling and the

them of robbing the three safes in th Robted Store In Florida and Took j..rs ote taint, by order of Christ, hastening JHA.NNE BROS i

Horbes building. It was learned tna> Small -r to uphold the walls.

proofs of the pictures of the two robbers Pensacola, Fla.. Dec.Boy.15-John Jone MYTHS, SAYS DR. SAVAGE. : WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND BEER HOUSE. :

were found in the Forbesbuildinj and Albert Lewis, two white tramps By the collapse of an embankment( : :
124C. to ItjS V. Adams St.
and that these proofs must have beer Jacksonville, Fla. : .
have been arrested and brought here Unitarian Preacher Touches Upon The derailing a train near Cord3[>ain! c '

,l lost when the robbers were gettini charged with robbery and kidnaping. cry of Evolution. 14 persons were killed and luany nl 1, C 4 Full Qts. 12 Full Qts. c ,

ther tool out of their satchel. They passed through Molina a small New York, Dec. 15)-In a sermon on jured. : !unting Club fl6S $700 :ft

It is claimed that these men have tow near here Friday, and seeing, the life of the late Herbert Spencer The Norwegian steamer Orion w.. / !tfouogramfar'laud,4.wnCcunty 3 2QO 20 750Soo C. j
been all 4
working over country an Care a store in charge of a 12-'ear-old the Hev. Dr. Minot J. Savage, in the destroyed by fire near Vardce. Threeof Ha DP'S "44" 3 7- 9-50
noted: safe blowers. i Social Drops
boy robbed the store and took the Unitarian church of the 'Messiah, hatgiven the crew and three passengers per : _- 400 11.00EXPRESS :

boy with them. the theory of evolution creditlor isted. PREPAID.Our full cau'ttenwbat we : I
1'he boy escaped Saturday afternoonand having! "forp>-er destroyed intell Fire at Metz Alsace-Tor-! : n <-. >> I. <<

reported the crlU The father gent belief on the part of anybody ia i strayed American bacon and oil: valued I C C reference, 15 years U'vessful t bu"inrs4. ,

Unknown White Men Comm l' of the boy wa., searching the country the garden of Eaen, Adam and Eve or I

. Numerous Crimes In Alabama. for him. The sheriff captured the fall of man."
Decature, Ala., Dec. 14-Two strangE'White
the men in the woods where they had "Evolution.; he asserted, "has for *
; men hired a hack from a stab
camped for the night.; ever removed those stories, and kindred;
here saying. they
were traveling men
They at first denied that they had ones to the land of myth, where they
They drove to the home of H. Mote
. been at Molino but afterwards confessed i belong. ,%
a farmer near Somerville where Mrs
having robbed the store, but In concluding his remarks Dr. Savage iiii I I x ii
Mote and her daughter were at home
said the boy left with them voluntarily. said: xX
alone. They demanded money, anc HIGHEST QUALITY" IS' OUR MOTTO. xx
"Humanity has been on this earths
Mrs. Mote gave them $8, all she had I I i IIIi i
He denies this however, and 533 ; two or three hundred thousand years -
She then went to the field and i informed -
they threatened to kill him whenever at least. Humanity however slowly, I I
her husband but when h
( he tried to get away. has been evolving, claiming from the 1
reached the house the men had fled. I H MARION XX
far-otf beginning there never has been
They abandoned the team and the iiI
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. any fall. Evolution has brought out
horses ran away, tearing the hack
not the fall of man !but the ascent ot I
to pieces. During the night twc
The Operators' Tank and Warehouse man That means the comlilete reconstruction XX
horses were stolen from Ross Garrisonnear
company has been chartered in Florida of the entire tteology ot flii x
Somerville. These horses wen Ifil
found in New Decatur. They looked with a capital stock of half a million Christendow. It is coming; it has got HARDWARE

like its object being to secure controlof to come. There are thousands ot
they had been driven hard, an<
it the naval stores product of the churches today in which the eden story XX
is believed
that the men in question: XX
state. is quietly referred to as though it were
stole nXX
them and drove them here. ,
A package of about 50 letter The Republican executive committee poetry or allegory. There are thousands

which was stolen from a United of Jackson county, Florida has recommended of others where it is quietly COMPANY I
the appointment of A. Par- laid to one side."
States mail pouch in tte New Decatui ?*
depot Wednesday dee, a negro, as postmaster at Marianna. : i
Flint The mail sack has never beer .

, found and there is no clew to the rob Five firemen were caught by a falling Resolution Introduced In Senate I i l HEADQUARTERS FOR !! !

: bers. wall in Houston, Tex., two of them Regarding

Secret service men are working or may die. Washington Dec.Panama.12.At the n 9 ALL STEEL iT I
the case. 1'he steady decline of the production beginning Irl n

of cotton in the southern states Mr Culberson of toJay'b introduced se&siop of a the resolution senate M Ll or WOVBn FENCE M I

ASHES OF SPENCER has caused foreign countries to make + 1u >o ,
f instructing
committee the fk
on ju
. experiments in the growth of the stay diciary to inquire into the question ol I II I POULTRY RAE IT AND LAWN FEPJCE. I I
pIe. Consuls :
, : Refused a Resting Place In Westminster report that Great Britain the right of I
the department of Panama I I I i
Abbey. and Germany are meeting with Xx XIS
to :
establish an independent ,
, New York Dec. success. govern XX xl
H.-The Westmia
ment. Absolute efficiency a: least I
: I(
! eter Abbey authorities have declineo The senate will vote on the Cuban nXx I seitt1; ti
Culberson asked for ( C
i fenco CY.t
present con practical that will
to permit the ashes of Herbert Spencer reciprocity bill next Wednesday itU
., according fideration of the resolution, but Mr 'Cn 2 r t l r. 'l
te be sepulchred in the British Val to the program. Congress will Cullom suggested it go to committee X )( positively turn cattle, ( : ., !

halls., according to a World dispatch probably adjourn for the holidays next horses hogs and a1yCH / ?* .
' on foreign relations. \ / it I
To that
Mr i / / f t 1 1 t1a
from London. nXX
Friday or Saturday. I i I i i
Culberson objected ii
s Prime Minister saying that the ('In0 A fence r: ?/
.. Balfour who had Ac unsuccessful
effort was made to
necessity for the determination of I I
many controversial 'bouts with the take the town marshal from the jail point as to character of Panama the as k that is strong, r r ytz I '

dead philosopher, expressed him elJ at Brazil Ind., for the practically }IXI
er purpose, it ii an Independent nation prior to tin : everlasting l )
favorably to a burial in the abbey believed, of lynching him. He am Ifii i 1)(1
consideration of the
treaty with ,
thaipower t proven ,
but the dean of the
proved dentally shot a miner.
for the I
Adverse. It is said no question ol construction of the proposed )I tlioraaltly efri I
Cheney, said to be the canal was important.Mr. xx t ll w
ith .
religious belief could t7 Pr'
have entered wealhtiest man in Indiana, died at Ft Aldrich asked that the cient un ti cr.e xX
into the matter, because Darwin liw resolution i ftI I i I ELtwoeD FIELD FENE (STArtGAaD STYUi: IIil
in the abbey. Wayne. His fortune is estimated at He over for a day to"hi h Mr. Out every possible NADE In Sit nEIGnTS I i I

25.UW,000. berson assented. I I IX condition. EVERY I
Three or four bad wrecks on real- -- X XII
Flagman Hitt Killed. NONE LEFT TO TELL TALC. ?*
roads in which
Toccoa, Ga., Dec. 14.-E. B. Hitt. were killed, occurred about a Sunday dozen persons i I i 1 If you want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the I I ?

' 21 years of age. a flagman ou the Hon. W. J. Bryan and his son were Costing Schooner Capsized and Entire I I ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money i II
Southern you (
railway, and son of R J. W. Crew Is Lost. x x can get absolute satisfaction.
Hitt of this place, was killed In the received in private audience by the Wilmington, Dec 12.-The coasting Xn xX

Southern railway yards here Sunday pope Sunday. schooner! Clarence H., trading between I I x I )(
There is considerable I i
dissension In
afternoon. Shallotte, N. C., and

x r'- San provisional Domingo government.City in the newly It ii formed said and the off this coast in Wilmington a gale of wind capsized iiX I Xx We are Ocala Agents for x!!!

Crusade Against Straw Bondsmen. there is dissatisfaction with General I drowned. five persons on board were x'ii Xxx ,

New York, Dec. 14.-A crusade JIminez who was at the head of the ,
Not one was left to tell the tale ol "FAVORITE"
Against strk bondsmen has been inaugurated recent revolution. Sl10VES& i I
r by the county authorities The municipalities of Panama their fearful experience. Those that RANGES !
were drowned were: flii ?x
here and strong efforts will be madeto warmly applaud the ratification by thE
L. H. Hewett, the master. L. Mor IIi I
put an end to their lucrative practices Junta of the I1aY.Bunt'8.u.Varllla I
rison Caison and Jim Richardson, sailors 1 I
about the city station houses. treaty. i I
e- and Captains William Lewis and
As a result wholesale arrest are expected Presidential Nominations. XxII
within a Law days. Washington Dec. 14.-Jf'he president James Lewis, passengers, all 'from Tf xx

Charles Mandy Made today sent to the senate the following Shallotte.
Juagc. :
The wreck is lying on the beach
Montgomery, Ala., Dec. 14.-Oor nominations: Assistant treasurer- The Marion Hardware
up. A small sailing vesse, Xxil Company ii
ernor Jelks has appointed Charles H Thomas J, Akins. at St Louis Mo. which has xx
arrived in
port passed near F
Mandy as judge of the inferior court Collector of Internal revenue EJ' the ,
wreck and the captain broughtthe II
,- : at Ensley, Ala. This court was created Collector of internal revenue-Edward
news of the disaster. OCALA
by the last legislature by abolishing E. Butler for the second district o! The Clarence H. came out of Shal XX ; FLORIDA. 11

several of the justices of the Tennessee. Envoy extraordinary and
lofts x
and ran into
a storm. Th i )(
N peace in thtt precinctfcs. minister plenipotentiary to Panama wind TT Xx
was blowing gale and
a the vestal
William I. l
Buchanan of New York. o.rxXx- -XX-
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i {; have recently purchased the Oldest Whiskey Stand in Florida and have made it look as '
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i i S :;=: one and two cent stamps will be accepted; also checks on parties we know are 0. K. We Buy for Y '
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#04 WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Four Full Quarts, Delivered, $5.

Full quart, $1.25; Pint 65 Cents j
Half Pint, 35 Cents. .


I You Don't See It In This List, Write Us About Itt "

"!?' Crecdmoor: Oscar Pepper; Commonwealth Straight Whiskey; I
Belle of Ocala: I
'f- A Pure Kentucky "Whiskey; made of the We have on hand a limited amount of this Made in Spring 1892. and is bottled direct: .
s Full quarts 51: four quarts in box, delivered very finest grain, and guaranteed to be as excellent whiskey, which is genuine, at S'J from the wood in full quarts, at 81.50; case of
; $-1; twelve quarts. delivered, 812. pure as the purest; full quart, 81.50; four per case. twelve quarts, 815.
in box delivered, $I.i twelve quarts,
quarts ; JT" H. Jfcliraycr:
: Sour Mash: Yellowstone
delivered, 10.A ;
> Full quart, 75 cents; four full quarts in box, At $S per case. These goods are standard, A fine old whiskey, distilled by Taylor & }
_: $3; twelve quarts, delivered, & A A A Baker: and cannot be beaten anywhere. Williams, and guorcnteed to be pure and un- ;

Full quart, $1.5o; four quarts in box, S3: ; Hollis 'Pare Rye Whiskey; adulterated. And, say, if Yellowstone in- j
Stewart: twelve quarts, 816. '1 his whiskey is guaranteed to be fully ma- terferes with your business quit business. :
f" This is a Pure Maryland Rye, at the very tured, alllhfifteenears cld before bottled, Price 81.50 per quart; Slo per case."'
t low price of ?f> cents a full quart; four quartsin Old Private Stock: and is surely the finest goods on the market; 0. F. C.; .' .
box, S3: twelve quarts, delivered, $fl. quart, Sv': case, 18.
1:' ; Full quart, 81.50; four quarts in box, delivered A pure sour mash Bourbon in full quarss. .
f- Imperial Cabinet: $6; twelve quarts; delivered, Slit Wilson Whiskey; Double stamp goods; distilled 1896; bottled ,
1903) ; ; guaranteed pure, and a fine whiskey t
It needs no comment, as everyone knows it:
f The best whiskey on the market for familyuse. Old Crow; quart, SI.25: case, 812.Mammoth for medical purposes; quart 1.25; case 812. M a!
use. Full quart, $1.50; four quarts in box, !
delivered, $0; twelve quarts, delivered, S1G. Six years old. Quart, 81.00; four quarts in Cave: Maryland Club; l"
1 box, $t; twelve quarts, 12.Wedding In full quarts, pints and half pints; bottled in This whiskey is made from the very best t
L Weller's XXXX Cabinet: Bell bond in Spring liKM:!; made in Spring l$9o. grain on earth and has always given satis- ;
Ten old. The best whiskey on the ; It's simply fine, and can't be beat. Quart, faction. \Ve guarantee it to our customers .t
market years for medical purposes. Try it and be Full quart, 81.25: four quarts in box, So; 81.50; pint, 75 cents; half pint, 40 cents; case as a fine medical whiskey. Per bottle (short '1I
convinced. Per quart, $:!. twelve quarts, 815: 81 per short quart. II];) for quarts. measure) $1.50! ; case, $15. ,

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Itwe;' Sell Rye, Core) and Gin; Quart, 50 qts; Pint, 30Cts; Half{ Pint, 15cts. Phosphate Gin, $1.50 Qt., 40Cts Half Pt i it

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.J r Brandy. CARMICHAEL'S PET ycars; old Rye and Bourbon. a a r rQt.

% Gal. Gal. : .
Qt. % Cal. Gal.
} Leesburg Rye ... .. .... ..... ............$ 50 $1 00 P 75 .f
Pure Peach ...... ..... ........ ..........$ 85 $1 50 $3 00 .
Crystal Rye .. .... ...... ................ 65 115 200 \
Old Peach .... ............... ........... 100 200 400 Long Horn ((1 stamp) .... ................ 75 150 3 00Long f
...... ......... ......... I25 2 50 5 00
Fine Tennessee Horn (2 stamp) ........ ........... 1 00 2 00 4 00 ir
| Pure Apple .... ... .......... ..........'.. 85 150 300 Buck White ... .. ....... .................. 75 150 300 1,
..... ............... 1 00 2 00 4 00
; Old Tennessee Apple Sour Mash, 4 years old ........ ........... 75 1 Sf 300
1. .... .... ................... 100 200 400
Grape Brandy tl
1. i nippy 5 years old ....... ................ 100 200 400
[ Cognac Brandy (dom.) ...... ......'....... 1 25 2 50 5 () Stewart, 1892 .. .. ... .................. 75 150 300 1
...... .................. 1 50. 3 00 6 00 ; ? !
s. Imported Brandy Stewart 1888 ...... ............... ...... 100 200 400 J:
Imported Brandy 8 years old .............. 2 00 4 00 8 00t ''. t Belle of Ocala ...... .......,............. 100 200 401 -f" '
Blackberry Brandy ...... ..........,.." 75 100 1 50 i Rose Dale Bourbon ........ .............. 1 00 2 00 4 II 'i

t Belle ot Anderson ...... .................. 1 25 2 50 5 00..
Gin :..My'W- 4.,., Wedding Bell ...... ...... ............... 125 250 508 1,
: \ Old Crow. . .. .... ................... 100 200 400 _
\\.' Qt. % Gal. GaL $11sKf James E. Pepper ...... .................. 1 50 3 00 6 0. l'
..... ................... .. 200 409 800 iCarmichael's
Anchor ...... ..... ....... ...............$ 50 $1 00 $1 75 XXXX Cabinet
.... ................. 1 25 2 50 5 01 :
.... I40 2 50 Corker
t Old Tom .......... .................. 80
Holland ...... ..... ..................... 1 00 2 00 4 00 : ameII c c f I
t Swan 4 years old ...... .................... 85 1,50 3 00 T Corn
F P.:n. Imported ...... ...... .............. 1 50 3 00 60I 0
Qt. # Gal. GaL J

I- North Carolina ........ ... ..............$ 50 $1 00 $175. j
Rum Very Old .......... ...................... 75 100 209 'jy
4( Georgia ...... ..... ...... ............... 80 140 250 j
t. Qt. % Gal. Gal. Stone Mountain ...... .................... 100 200 400 _.
tl New England .... ......... .... ..........$ 80 $1 40 $2 JJ Kentucky .. .... ... ...... ......:........ 85 150 309
;'E Same 4 years old ...... .................. 85 1 50 3 (;) Fern Cliff .. ..... ....... ................... 85 150 275 1
Old England ........ ..... :: 1 00 2 (00) 4 00 White Corn .. .... ...... ................. 75 150 175 1
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(t: in Malt Ale and Champaign Cider, strictly temperance "
We are Wholesale Dealers beverages; 10 dozen, delivered, $10. I:

C. BEER Ginger Ale packed eight, ten and twelve dozen to
A. B. barrel; 75 cents dozen.

t '' The Best Beer on Earth. Brewed from imported.Mo.hops pull Quart, $1 I; 4 Qts. Delivered, $4; 12 Qts. Delivered, $11. We Are Agents for Indianapolis Brewing Co.'s Bottle Beer.
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: That If you want to furnish your own received, and guarantee satisfac =

'., -, jug, send it to us by express prepaid, This whiskey is seven years old, pure and unadulterated, and well matured. It is distilled especially. for medical and tion. If you are not satisfied with
marked I the goods at the price paid for them,
and send us express: : receipt ( family use. Xo family can afford to be without it. We will, on receipt of $3.25, deliver, free of express charges, Four Full : bring them back and your money will"l

". ;; paid) with your order, and deduct 25 ?)uart Bottles, packed in wooden box, with no mark except your address on box. For $2 we will deliver two quarts as above. 1 be refunded. 1

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: ': You the benefit of long experience and good taste in whatever you buy here. That sounds very -
f- much like "fishing," doesn't it? .-..... 4";'
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: It is "fishing,"and we use the right kind of bait,. viz: Good Goods and Right Prices. '- "..... i. .

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:: Well, we can take care of that all right, for you know we have a big store and plenty of reserve ;. ::::::: 1
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;; 1 Are thinking about your Xmas purchases now and will probably put them off until the middle f! -mod
... :: of next week. We ask you, however to do your shopping as soon as you can, for two reasons. ":

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;. ::ii Everything will be hurry and bustle, and, although we have added to our force of clerks, you = ::::: a
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- f- reasons we ask YOU to do your buying NOW that we may give you prompt and EFFICIENT U 3:
f' service. That is our endeavor always. --
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,' :: You will find everything necessary to make \our dress or waist. Heavy and medium weight i .mod: .,
\ dress goods, and a beautiful line of silk waist patterns, with all the necessary trimmings to --ef L
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t\: cli, you know that's at the bottom of all things, and if you don't have a :good foundation you ===
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t Ralston Health Shoes, -41r'
: Walk-Over Shoes, -tift
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\ Drew-Selby and Julian-Kokenge Shoes. -4
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f ::: Children's and Babies' Shoes in abundance. ::: f-
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f F: Our Clothing is the best to be had. You may have to pay a little more for it than elsewhere :"suef. :: "
: but YOU get the best, and that is none too good for YOU. -
"" o-. ".,' Suits. Overcoats. Odd Trousers. -4r
-: .- Underwear in in all St'ief" =. -- '.
-' Stiff and soft-bosomed Shirts, white and fancy.
f" _' We have that Necktie for :your sweetheart. :::
: ems Everything to clothe yourself with. -4

Groceries. ....
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". f- eracker in pretty bore. -4
r IJAYLES ('()\))BII"TS.n!IOI'H'S C.\\\J:)> <;'O<)T)S.
\inu-. edible* in large nui.-.). -4 .
( ,..- t. Try J1aIJle-l1ak(', you'll like it. ;

:. E Moos & Co.s. Imported Sardines. The Best. j
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a.-- Cluster Raisins. -4
.- Choice Nuta. Huyler's Chocfcolate. -df
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1- Remington Hammerlesu and Hammer Cans. ___ V
Smith& tties on.a :; ColtCartridgei. -ill _
; Revolvers. -. l'
a- Air Rifle Shell ab I
_ I k Powder and Shot. .4C '1J
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for the People and by the People." i


y- A'"fI".tI.tI..U..UUhuuu__ DOLLAR A YEAR
t24iiniMiMiinniMMinir\ / / 1Ifmm1nHrnl1H"rn'n'n'n''n'm!! ' The New K. of P. Officers. ......................

.=.-=.. !Jitf i I The Knights of Pythias held their I. .......................a M i

I annual election Monday night at S e ino
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:: -- -1 i 1: Castle were elected Hal! and: the following officers j PERSONAL( : MILLINERY AND ART! .

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H. C. Jones, chancellor commander -_ __ __
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t. .' .-E- IN A BOX I I J.master B. Pardee of work, prelate; W. W.; Baxter Clyatt,Cam master -,; ATTENTION .. FASHIONS LATEST FAVORS. II IIo

'.c: _-- r ---_ I of exchequer; J. G. Spurlin, keeper : The batik partners are interestedin this :. d

=: If you want to writ a nice ]letter you can do it if you have of rwords and seaN; Jake Brown, the succeos! of : The Highest in Art and Trade is :'
,1. == nice IItatiou ry. You're iu a box if you havt'I.'t Us Fine! to :
customers+ and
.;, E palsy i3 in a wee Lox if you buy it here. We XSl 1 master at arms; T. J. Owen, inner : the community at : t .l 41
-- -4- I cu-ird; ('. L. Moore, outer guard.S. largtPersonal be- -on--Display in Great_ and Beautiful S
POSTOFFICE T. Sistrunk, 1'. J. Owen and E. : attend is given : --- ---- : h --- -----::- .
DRUG STORE. 3 10 every detail oft : Designs.: No previous effort has
-- -- T. PorUr were chosen delegates to the .. the bank's busiuess:! ever .
-- -- Grand! Lodge which meets in Jack- ..
J _-... _--- : : compared with this greatest and most :
s' mville next March.A ...6 .
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.1-- -1- public installation of officers: will .c t.:;. .. S perfect- selection ever viewed in Ocala. II ifi r
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4.e -rr ---- Much interest is being manifested Munroa, u -.-- -- --- S ::1
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in tHe mretiujof 1
-- the lodge of late: and '

:-: --1S and additions in membership continue .: ChamblissBinktrs :. | MRS L T, TOMPKINS, | j
month after month.A I
II111111111illllllllallalll. IIIIIIJIIIt I' MILLINER !
.. Heart Party.A .L Ocala Fla 0
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"' :;:;peaa.TdtaA aL M ft raa *!*nBga-:. FO:i igi-,. small party of youasr people en. .. ... ;. ae@ a@$ O a.80 t

f I joyed a delightful! evening list Friday I ..............r N.... 1 I -
David S. Woodrow HlPHOSPHATE : I! at the residence of Cttkt. sail :Mis. E. 1I -- -

i f A:. M. Smith, The oeca.-ira was in honorof Where the Preachers Go. We Have End) 't

:; LANDS. Miss Sara Harris, of Ocala, Fla., Ocala, L. W. Moore; presiding

:(: and Miss Ethel Kelly, of Atlanta, elder, J. P. Hillburn; Citra, H. B.
?&. two charming visiting girls. Hearts Frazee; Cotton Plaut,Geo. F. Austin; And They Are Beauties, \ .; ,

wan the game of the evening and the Anthony, J. H. Sistrunk; Reddick,A.
If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or most skillful players were rewarded by M. Daigu; presiding elder Jackson r f
lease*on royalty communicate with him. handsome The ville .:
prizes. cordial hospitality district, T. J.Nixon; Jacksonville -

tJ.. ,I of Mr. and Mrs. Smith will not W. M. Poage; Orlando, R. V. UMBRELLAS

us soon be forgotten by their guests. Alkisson; presiding elder Tampa district .

It'I Office next to Dr.Smith Po,;toffice Block. Ocala Fli.S12A Those present were: Misses Kelly, I. S. Patterson; Tampa, B. K. r
Harris, Cassels, Julia Wright, Florence Thrower;; Hyde Park Howard Dutill; -

lit l "'I:! Carman, Lucile Ansley: Nettie Jasper, J. P. D Pa"si; Monticello, H. 11

Ii -_- Smith, Mrs. C. M. Smith and Mrs. E.M. : L. Partridge; Apalachicola. D. A. "

, mR H1SEI3. local EiitrK :: Col. I. E. Webster, of the Duttor I : Smith, Messrs. E. M. Smith. B. H. Cole; Gainesville, W J. Carpenter {Changers; Shoe Conpanyr)

Phosphate Company, went yesterdayto Wright, Eugene Smith, Hardy, Will Leesburar, T. W. M -, Micauopy( R. 11
, HAPPENINGS ABOT: TOWN (Val* on business connected with Watt, Han!\ell Watt, McCartney and J. Wells: ; Lake Ctty, 1E.: hipp.

1' the firm.-Gaines -ille Sun. Jergei.-Thoni-isville! (Ga.) Enterprise Live Oak, J. L. Moon; Broofcsville, Ocala, Florida.

Mr*. James Carlisle u crianally ill.It. B.T. Rape; president Seminary at r
Mr. X. W. .tirison, proprietor of ----- to
I Sutherland, !S. W. Walker ;
: ; agent -- iNONE
the Ocala Foundry and Machine Miss Brinson's Recital. '
H. Hall is on a b'.siurss trip to Seminary A. Hendry editor Advocate
There ; -
| Work., has a stem bicycle. It travels! will be a recital at the armory
Tampa. ; with limning speed and is; the envyof Christmas night for the benefit of the J. B. Ley, student Vanderbilt BUT j THE f BESTm t

Mrs. S. T. !Sistrunk: very pleasantly I all the boys in the city. Otitla liiile-t. This entertainment is ITniversity.

entertained a few friends at cards on tn be given by Miss Celia Erin;ou, a A Word About SS
: I T. W. MofTett, colored, who was upi Ocala. fg .t-
Tuesday evening. southern girl whou a student at the n
,5 before this term of the circuit court, It is situated near the center of the I
Curry School of Expression, and is a
}lr. and Mn. John T. Lewis, of i j charged with breiking and entering county and almost exactly in the geographical y PL7IITPIWQ 1 PllJ1UllLU
must gifted yound reader, and MHSDU
MOB Blutl, were shopping lu (XalaWednesday. i the warehouse of the Seabotni; AirLine center of the !state.! It lies
Bartholomew, of Valparai: ,
railway, was :promptly acquit at the interstctiou of two great systems ,
I Ind., who i is a musician of clear and
ted. of railroad, the Atlantic CoastLine
Mr. Xathitii Mayo and Mr. Sims faultless technic. ry 1 s t
iu I The Goal Bazaar store had numerous and the Seaboard Air Line,
Dillard represented Kuiumerfield Admission 35 and 50 cents Seatsat 11i
shoppers yesterday, and inderd whil a local line reaches from Ocaja
Ocala Wednesday. the Anti-Monopoly
Drug More
all the week, and callera to the head of navigation at that .
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On January I the Southern Pacific souvenir in the shape of a stick pin. :Mr. W. I. Knox, who, for the past marvelous flow of water known as I ]
e will reduce first class steamer passage The Bazaar is doing a good Christmas four }''ars, has:: been with the Spoke "Silver Springs"; from the mouth of '

from New Orleans to New York toM trade. and Run factory returned to his: which gushes such a volume of crystal FDieFred .

$35. ____ I Rev. Henry W. Little- :the popuKr home at Kilmicnael, Miss., Monday.Mr. water that a large steamer plows its G. B. Weilie r

:' )Ir. Hamawacker, a large phosphate I and beloved pastor of Grace Episco- Kuox has been in bad health for way up the stream, and is moored at ,

miner operating at Trilby, was pal church, has returned from a visitto some time and about a month ago suffered the wart, while under its keel the '

a visitor to our Lustling city Wednes Orange Lake, Micauopy and other a paralytic stroke.: He is stead depth of water is S-I feet. From Ocalato &.$Ocala, Florida... .. -1

day. points anti reports that he greatly ily improving and we hope a few diver Springs, a superb macadamized ,.\

weeks recreation at his old home road gives: opportunity for carriages ---- ---- -- 'j
If you want tos seep crowned store enjoyed the visit.!: It I is a beautifuland will -- --- -- --------- ,

during this bustling time take a peep growing section.. restore him to full health. and along this road is to be Ostrich Plumes "f
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found beautiful
In at Masters', the "Store That Treats Mr. It J. Knight, one of the pop- B. J. Potter of the Union Phosphate fcenery.80ul.heroInduitry.

.:, You Right.: ular and prosperous citizens of the Company was registered at the Brown

"" Mrs. W. D. Samford will return to I growing city of Crystal River, was i House from Ocala Monday This Wednesday afternoon Mrs. R. G. Boas or Fans :(

her home in Ala. Monday, registered at the Ocala House yesterday company i is erecting a tine plant in i Blake entertained a few friends: very
from these birds will Christmas
p after a visit of several weeks with her I He is one of the largest turpentine Alachua county between Gainesville informally, for her mother, Mrs. for nja) e hcrjdscms( gifts. Sef/d f
in Florida and has and and Sanders, and her aunt, Mrs. Samford, #
niece, Mrs. 0. W. Martin operators Xewberry, wiil in a short
recently added to his possessions a time begin operations.GainesvilleSun. of Opelika, Ah. The afternoon was

; The meeting of tbe'Ladies Greenwood large acreage in DeSo county and says delightfully spent in conversationaud
:. Cemetery Association will beheld that on a visit there recently was! so music was rendered by several of r : ,4 .I
Mr. A. B. Rou and ,
family, of Ited-
favorably impressed with the thriving .
'j at the residence of Mrs. It A. the visitors. Mrs. Blake was assisted'
condition of the trees in that dick,are visiting friends in Ocala and :
r orange
.rt5 Burford this 'afternoon promptly by her daughter, Miss i Irma, and Mi3:;i j
section that he set aside a part of his will spend some days with us. )Ir: ; :
r at 3 o'clock. All the members lifet" purchase for an orange grove and will Rou is an "old timer" and says not Frazier served dainty rtre hments.
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urgently requested to be immediately begin setting it out. -
t" for forty years can he remembefthat Col. D. C. W. Smith, the PhiladeLphia ii

t, I we have had such a continued siege of capitalist, who is interested in

...........a.S....I.ISe ... cold weather in the beginning of all kinds: of property in this section,

; December.Rev. after a two week's visit here returned

J. B. Ley, a former pastor of to his home in the city of brotherly

this:: city, has been elected editor of love Wedesday said for the purposeof rfy

: the Methodist: Christian Advocate, getting warm. The thermometertells

and that excellent publication will, the unusual story that it was -

'I: I TO THE PUBLIC: f after next January, be printed in' cold almost every day that he was in

Ii. m Tallahassee by Mr. J. C. Trice in the Florida.Ou .
'. I What more beautiful, more appro W office of the TaUaha eean. the civil side of the circuit
print., or lea,expensive XMAS GIFT
l. than a first class Photograph of yourself A court Weaesday a case in favor of Mr. .. ... ........ .. .
. or family, framed or unframed. 2 Grant Cowan, of Washington, D. William Hocker and against the "

For new styles and prices call on J C., is the new stenographer at the U. International Ocean Telegraph Com

The Gottleib Studio, J S. land office. Mr. and Mrs. Cowanare
pauy was tried. Judgment was i The Florida Ostrich Farm
I greatly interested in Colorado and '
Floor above feJo I rendered
Teapot Groceoy. by default and the jury as-
-. ?""Babies quick as a wink." J already feel the salutary effects of our seated the damages in the sum of Jacksonville, Florida.,

health giving climate.-Glen wood ---
$666.40.The --
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friends in this city of Miss:: Lois '

f I : Shaw, brother of Harry Melton will learn with interest of FORD Cantaloupe Seed;

Shaw, died at the Marion county I her marriage to Mr. A. Torber at her

}. I ttr hospital! Sunday. He was brought home in Opelika, Alabama, last Saved by C. H. Mathis, of Young & :Mathis, at Rocky Ford, Colo., from
l standard size netted cantaloupes ripened on the vine; all a limited supply ot
S here from Inland
Grove. He
., was night. Miss Melton made many Eden and Blue Gum Watermelon Heed saved in the Carolina from the first
e nine years old. The remains! were friends in this city last summer as the perfectly shaped melons set oa the vines. No seed taken from the end of the

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1 1J. i I of utilization. But just here let us ,| PLE3S0NT SOCIAL EVENT Jlrs. Cautbt'n, and: other relatives In. J it will be completed by Christmas.ONE I An Ancient 'l
pause to consider the folly of our own
ways! TThe great pine forests that i The "Bella.law Workers" Give an A spirited horse belonging to Mr. J. WED. To health and happiness is Scrofulaas -
D. Pope became frightened by the On last Sunday, Dec. 13, Mi-"< Dora ugly as ever since time immemoriaL
are being so mercilessly destroyed are "Old Fashioned Supper" Whichis
J. A wealth a* a protection to our climate Largely Attended. train Monday and ran away but was McC'mmand Mr. Hale, of Grahm- I It causes bunches in the neck, disfigures
the skin, inflames the mncoci
value I II before doing damage to vine married in an: unu'4ud! and
many times their in spirits and Brlleview, Dec. 16, 1903. stopped auy word membrane, wastes the muscles, weakens _
lumber. One acre in orane grove, I Special to the Ocila Banner. the wagon. uuiqu" manner. The couple haltedat the bones, reduces the power of

in :1ty yearl,will pay for one hundred The first public social event of the Mr. Troy Hall, of Oeala, was in Magistrate C. M. Whitioii's gale resistance to disease and the capacity

: acres of forest protection at market season was held Tuesday night in the town Monday. and the solemn words were spoken for recovery and develops into con-

PITTMAN values. A 'Bid mistake bas been town hall when the Ladies Society, Mr. W. K. Bryant has opened a I and they drove away happy in each sumption."A -_
bunch appeared on the left side of
made! An alarming mistake upon "The Belleview Workers," gave an dress making establishment in the I other' lovf. Tb<. couple were married my neck. It caused great pain was lanced, .
and became a running sore. I went into a _'
the part of our wise (?) men! Those Old Fashioned Supper, sale! of WhiUier house corner Charles and sitingin their butrgy. Mr and general decline. I was persuaded to try

"old cranks (?)" of a century ago fancy work and "entertainment," Front streets. I Mrs. Hale will reside at fr hamville.IIY Hood's six bottles Sarsaparilla my neck was and healed when I and had I taken tare

would have seen through thia and which called out a goodly number of The town u enlivened by the eight I they live long! and prosperouslife never had any trouble of the kind since.
MRS. K. T. SstDEB. Troy, Obio.Hood's .
made proper provisions. Did they inhabitants and winter visitors and a of several teams hauling lumber and and happiness ever attend them

& SON have better opportunities then than few from out of towu.Ocala was represented : briciM! for the erection\ of lat buildings is the with of UNCLE JOE. Sarsaparillaand

TEH we have now? Are we really progressing I' by Dr.: Walter Hood and .lr,1 I at the new site of Mr. Pope's I Pills

forward or declining C. L. Bittinger, while Miss Kate turpentine situated a mile wig rid you of it, radically and permanently -
ward anyway? PETER 8T,' back-I' Mitchell, )hiss Oyer and )It"!:tr A. went of town.camp JOSH. OCKLAWrlrjrl{ !RIVER ROUTE. i,I as they have rid thousands.ur .

-- ------- and went to Jacksonville _
------- D. Mitchell, Williams and t3. J. Dil- fret
Will be a Big Thing far the Flat week on business.
lArd were up from Suinmerfleld. A WED IN fl BUGGY. I II
long table through the cuter of the Woods-What's Become d Pete? E (l. Taylor, an old rebel soldier of

'Brea fye t News to Mother'That hall with a seating capacity of forty I I fiaitervllle Has a Romaatie ."rl"I- Newsy Notes this plane, has lately received infor ;

was tastefully set with an apetizing j'I but CupK's Darts Fall to Hit Fort McCoy Drc. 16, 1903. oration that his pension was gratred.Th : .

array of meats, salads, steaming Uaola Joe.Gaitaryille Special Correspondence Ocala! Banner. I @ old man deserves, for he wu a ; .}

bake beans and homemade bread, Dee 16, 19(>3.Sp The UcEachern dummy line has I true soldier for four years. t. -!

she runs no risk when she buys Furniture at our store, as pickles, coffee and all the other good cUi Corre pondence Ocala Banner. crotoMHl thvalougn coming east, where 1 J. 8. Thomas left last Monday for. '

we positively will not misrepresent anything. Because there are things for an "old fashioned supper; After being silent for. few weeks' I the owners claim they have timber south Florida. His mother, Mr. G. >,

pies and cake being furnished as '1 I will try to appear again, and can sayas enough to run them for the next five A. Thomas, goes to Braid-utowa taspeu '
no long strings of extravagant claims in our advertisements is
dessert. At a candy table, Mrs. > before that everything in GaiterI years. Their smoke stack is very J some time with her brother, E.

no reason why we have not got the Largest and Prettiest line of Muter gracefully dispensed homemade t I I vine is moving along smoothly. low and sparks are constantly) fretting F. Deas.

goods ever shown in Ocala. For Beauty, Design, Finish and Low I confections. The fancy worktable 'I I There are a few cases of whooping the woods ou fire and the) stockmenare Prof. E. H. Parnell, principal of the ,

Prices wejclaira that we have our competitors "on the run." In was presided over by Mrs Virgil | cough reported in North Gaitervillei cussing and pulling! their hair public school at this place, will spend,:
| Pratt and Mrs. T. Mitchell, two {i but nothing serious. the si'are slems Buying; boouiiody! will b- prosecuted I Christmas with his parents in Lake ?

order to prove our assertion all we ask is that when you are look I charming oung mations. Mr. W. C. { to be almost as bad as the disease, the for burning the WIN..ts out of season Clt). "

ing for FURNITURE you make us a call and look at the nobby Dlittle acted as master of ceremonies -I l measles also Seems to be making for I Marstou Loire No. 4i:>, F. and A. M.j A. R. irilfiu, of Anthony, visited '.

&, lot we are showing. We can fit you out with a for the entertainment, which his section! but so far have not j i has elected the following officers for his farm near: here Sunday.

j the eusuiutr year: W. T. Forbes, W. I What has become of "Pete?" Wonder .l

J | M ; J. E Thomas, r. Wi; L. B, Jor- I if Hiinp Chambers has raptured

I jd n, J.V; Joseph Thomas, tress him and the
:: I I I woman turned over ,
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ur'crj; John W. Stevens: S-jc'y.; A. T. I 101&1 iJinnie's" five barrels of beer, "
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OUS PINE PENCILINGS. :' Quarter I d Oak Bed Roomor j (iunter, S. Dj; J. M. Hillman, J. llj; j I fray, Pelt, how comes that you knot,, :

i! j I Sam H. Martin, jj. ri; C. W. Turner | so much a' out the spilling or mixing,-

Lumber and Turpantine Operations ;; I J. 8: J. J. Brinson, Tyler.I I water!ith that beer. If tte weather -

I I The people of this section and all i: was not so dry we would conclude
Active-Fine Shipments of Oran ;
SuitEROUND Only $27.00 along the Ocklawaha. river wish Jake that Chambers had dammed up -
Goose .
ges-Are we Killing the
I ,-. Brown and his cohorts much success Mill ('rr'.k with the big deputy and :f

r With the Golden Egg 'I( in establishing a line of steamers from routed you out so the Wilson Cypress :::

Pine, Fla., Dec. 16, 1903. Jacksonville. to Mlver Spring, a.it Company could resume labor.

Special com spondence OcaU Banner > I I would be the next best best thing to a and pull their 1,000,000 feet of Cyprus.;;

Mr, J. E. Thomas made a bU.IUt'p a ; railroad directly through; Fort Mc logs out of Redding swam

trip to Oc.ila last week. He rats that ;|I CEH HER TABLE SQUARE I Coy. Well Known Colored Man Dies at:;
There vas not a of the directors
orange bLonoais will appear early this quorum Shady
spring.Mr. I 1$1 I of the Cemetery association Shady, Fla., Dec. 16, 1900. .

P.V.. Tompkins and son. {I present last :Saturday: I ening at their Special to the Ocala Banner.
Monrau Finley, a well known eolor_
Early are vi-itiug here this vfek. .00 to $5.00 I n.eKiuir, so no busings was trans. ed citizen of this place, was found
Lumber I I acted. Chairman Williams has called
The eEichtoro Company
dead: in hU bed by his daughter !!- '
are moving their mill to Meadow >oas I another meeting for Saturday, Jan. 2. !1 day morning. He was about 72 yean

to save s') much unnecessary handling 1! at 2 p.|lam. We trust all. members will 1 old ._ He leaves a number of children

of their lumber shipments Tho __ --- n -- -- --- and grandchildren to mourn his loss

., dummy line is being extended to the i CANDLER ITEM r and his white neighbors who were
FINE DINING ROOM SET his friends. He was a peaceful and
large belt of heavy pin timber in industrious: citizen. X:

the vicinity of Fort McCoy. The The late cold weather did no dallia Including Chairs, Table and Sideboard F. Y. '<
logs will be brought to this place on A Prominent Visitar. {!.
to the trees at this '
this line and transferred to:tne canal orange place. For $28 Mr. J. H. Livingston head of the -

e and towed to the mill at the lel dow. The fruit passed:! through in good Only firm of J. H. Livingston! & Sot,Ocala,,.

The attention of game wardens and shape, and with the exception of the I Fla.,one of the most prominent real (

others who are interested in the protection loss of a few leave, the trees suffered etate men in Florida, was in the
II city yesterday aul was a caller at the
of our bird, is cited to the no loss.
SMYRNA AND Record om @. Mr. Livingston is a._
fact that negroes; really not citizen A. C. Harvey and wife, from West I progressive advertiser and always

of the state in the true sense, are Lafayette, Ind., have arrived, and keeps a good space in the Industrial

gathering to the prairies near here will spend the winter in Florida.B. I RUGS $150 TO $5.00 Record. He is well known throughout -

and destroying hundred of the birds H. Peacock, of Quebec, will the timber belt, and is looked upon :.
as being one of the most reliable
spend the winter here.
and ducks. They do not stop at '
i men in the business.-Jacksonville
Willitig Snyder, of Ladoga! Ind., U
enough to eat, but snoot them in ridiculous Industrial Record.
wastefulness. This shouldbe here looking after his groves, and will !
FINE PICTURE FRAMES Answer to Correspondents.
looked into at once. spend the winter in Florlia.
1 es. A good fat turkey gobler toil
We are pleased to see the Ockla- Wallace Welsh, of Ann Harbor, Cbiatmas dinner will be a mObt ac-';

waha>Withlacoochee ship canal being Mich., has arrived, and is putting in 1 FROM 75 CENTS TO $4.50was ceptable Xmas present. Send him

financially discussed by some of his time in fishing and hunting.A along.

Ocala's leading business men. Hur- I -

rah! Make Ocala a seaport town and Costly Mistake. I given at the close of supper i I reached us, and all are in hopes will

build the proposed Florida ship canal Blunders are sometimes very expansive under the able direction of Mrs Children
Occasionally life itself is !I not.A :
via that route. If the government the price of a mistake, but you'll Ellen Bush, and consisted of a number few Sundays ago two of Gaiter-

will give a liberal appropriation Ocala never be wrong if you take Dr. King's J of well acted characters, a de- ville's most powerful young men

and Marion county will do the rest New Life Pills for dyspepsia, dizziness tested their strength in a "rough and When You Write .
lightiul reading by Mrs. Dana, and
headache, liter or bowel trouble.
Its now up to the people of Ocala to tumble." It both
seems came out a
support the movement zealously and They are gentle yet thorough. 25c. atAnti.Monopoly I recitations by Mrs Pratt Miss! Web- winner.Mr. Your Christmas Letter
Drug Store and Tyd-
not show the white flag. I{ ster and little Elenore Tremere. At
1 logs & Co. m J. H. Brass is fast making prep To Santa Claus .
Mr. Angus Monroe, of the enterprising the close of the entertainment Mr. arations to move. He says he will

firm of Monroe Bros. & M ,
i- Donald is moving things up uic ly edibles. From the 15 cents fee for over. j he can get some of the prettiest Bisque eve
Rev. J. M. Morris preached a i I Figures you
very I
just now with a large force of hands supper and the sale of articles a Beat In the Dunnellon Advocate of Dec. saw, such as Little Babies, Coo-coo Birds,, Cats, Dogs, Floradora
interesting sermon here and
cutting boxes. He took time, however I Sunday sum was realized with which the 9, we notice an account of two gentlemen Girls, Foxy Grandpa, Happy Hooligan etc., at prices 10 to 25 percent
Sunday nightMr. below those others are asking. Tell him stand thiS
the other we
morning out
go ladies dishes for visiting this section and it also
buying new
propose assertion
(about the
Guy Butch has accepted a posi- prices) with a GUARANTEE that it's true. _
and bag the largest wild cat in this
tion as clerk in the Racket Compa- the dispensing of future suppers. A says they happened to the luck to

ection. ny's store in Ocala. bed quilt made by the Society and jump a drove of turkeys and each
Miss Eva Turner, a lovely young the proceeds from which to be returned with fine Who
Quite a number of the young men was a gobler. been hand then, as business of much I
lady of Anthony, has been spending of this devoted toward the erection of anew couldn't have returned with a fine importance needs attention.Mr. .
place were in Ocala Tuesday.Mr. ,
several days here, the guest of Miss J. McCully, of Berlin, was in fence around the Belleview cemetery, gobler when tame turkeys are. so P. U. Milligan of Eureka contemplates

Angeline Boring. our burg Tuesday.Everybody has been given by them to the Ocala plentiful, and, well the rest of the putting up a large brick
The Kendig grove here one of the hospital, a collection taken last l drove left in few and
remember there will be being a days, are now store building on the lot he recently J.A.
very finest in the state, has been .
night toward the original making the stockade Dunnellon
F .. a Xmas tree at this place on Xmas purpose. near bought at McIntosh f
making heavy shipments of first class
eve night. Everybody cordially in- PEBSOXAL MENTION. headquarters. Only fun, gentlemen, Judge D. L. Grantham has moved
fruit New York. It is said
to that vited. Mrs. Alf Abshire left last week for we all know $1.25 is enough to kill away, and Fort McCoy ill without a

,' the fruit from this grove is consumed Prof. Grahamville to visit her son. Mr. Will any turkey.Mr. justice of the
I Overhultz visited his home at peace. Maybe we can
by the very wealthiest people of that Abshire. A. N.Braaa made
Keuka Saturday and Sunday. a flying tripto get along without one.
great city. Mr. George Carlton, man Mrs. C. A. Turner and two children LfC&nlo Sunday. I hope this will Sam H. Martin left here Saturday PITTMANi

ager, and Mr. Ben Grauthaiu, assis- A glass or.two of water taken half of Jacksonville, arrived Monday for a not break anyone's heart. I guesa it for Ocala, where be has secured a po

tapt are required to put the oranges an hour before breakfast will usullay visit with Mr. Turner.Mr. I was only business. sition with the Ocala Seed Store. ,,

up in the nicest possible manner keep the bowels regular. Harsh and Mrs. Devaueau leave The new cemetery fence has at last All the sugar cane of this section '.-....,;.,

every piece going through a special cathartics should be avoided. When Thursday for Gainiaville, where they arrived and work of putting it up that was not banked was killed by ">". :
a purgative is needod take Chamberlaiu's
washing and polishing process. will reside in future. will commence this week and guess the cold, ana tnere is some; hustlingto ;
Stomach and
Marion county thus continues to Tablets. get: it ground up before it spoils.
They are mild and gentle in their Martin and two children, of
.. I Capt. Felder J.a.ng.o! Dexter, has & SON.
grow in importance. Its unbounded I t 1 action. For sale by all druggist and Hebron Ala.,arrived Saturday night FOIEYSKIDNEYCUREMakes finished digging his big potatoes :
wealth seems to out grow its capacityT medicine dealers. l
i m for a visit with her parents Mr. and Kidneys and Bladder RIoht (eight them'filliDg a bushel meaa .


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I l I THE PROPOSEDCHARTER OFA. Marttl, Fla .,:Nov. IS, 1903. .
To all to whom it may concern ;

't Having been notified that the
r public -
Defied MAKE PERFECTION I. milE UNDERSIGNED INTENDING: AND bridge across! the Withlacoocbee

J. proposing to organize a Corporation under River at Dunuellnn, Fla., is in a dan-
(Uadsoma ::: the general corporation laws of the state of
but perfection is no Florida, and the amendments thereof. hereby gerous condition, and whereas the J

-- 13 a make and publish the following articles of county commIssioners of Mariou and I
TRIFLE.' astonatioo and proposed charter: Citrus counties have contracted with
i Born on the FJST-Tbenameoftbe corporation shall be I the Converse Bridge Company of "\.

;' First batch of A. BROWN & BRO. INC.. Chattanooga, Tenn., to erect a good

f and its principal place of business at Ocala, and substantial bridge aciass ,.aid
'" Is fond of opals <* ITS THE LITTLE THINGS Marion county Florida rher. in lieu of the aforesaid bridge! .

SKCOKD\ -The general nature of the business and whereas aid Bridge Company
,Always sent in { That make this world worth living inA word, a look, a favor done, to be transacted by said corporation baa notified that f
me they f
are doing
shall be the
: carrying In of a wholesale
Va may seem a trifle", but these go to make up the character. If your mercantile business and the corporation all that id in their power to have the f

words are kind, your looks pleasant and favors granted cheerfully, shall have power la buy. sell and pledge merchandise plans and specifications approved

ll Elected by 5,000 your little kindness will be summed up to your credit as a perfect .real and personal property. including the olScUta by
shares in other proper government and
corporations, and deal genrrally -
character for the result. as merchants. The corporation that they have reasons to believe that
If we attend to the "tnflrs" in the Jesse French Piano in a coueclentoua shall have power to buy and otherwise acquire I they will have said bridge completed I
Some have way, we arrive at perfection. You as judge will volunteer construct maintain and operate private hues of by January 1st, 1904.

& fewkind words and it may mean a piano sale. Who can tell? and railroad construct and,acquire other mesas lease,of maintain transDoriauon and op-, This is to notify all to whom it may

[them. : For this very r.*aon we try to please our customers in every crate steamboats barges and other means of concern that said bridge first anovv

*&' That, to a : possible way, our thirty years labor in tbebusmesi now how thousands .ransportatiau, Silver along and over the waters of Silver mentioned it* condemned, as being

of people as our friends who are faying kind words in our behalf and springs Johns springs nver and Run.and other the navigable Ocklawahaandbt unsafe and dangerous and that the 1

j ition of Miss enlarging the circle of acquaintance of the Jeese: French Piano. waters lying within the sute of Florida. The county commissioners aforesaid wiU I

I'fpteeent the We want you in thin circle. Why not join us? Now is corporation shall mt'runhle have the warehouse right to and carry on,awholesale not be responsible for any damages to "-

i to the the time and you will never regret it. Write to UB today. portation buiiue, and all such other business tr*n person or property of any person or

.+ dODer as is not inconsistent with the general purpose persons who may use said bridge in 1

; :Tnext: year. The and 001 tct of the corporation. its dilapidated and dangerous condi
THIRD-The of
capital atock
Petersburgdid and sell only pianos of acknowledged excellence including bed and which will be issued by the company auther- tion. The :Messrs Camp, of Dunnel- ....:

"c ..r ; is seventy-Bre thousand dollars consisting of Ion, agreed to place a flat at said .
seven hundred and fifty shares of the par value bridge in case it l became unsafe : I
i. wu when, at before
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of one hundred dollars each, one hundred
: friends A V STARR VOSE JESSE of which: shall be paid in at the time percent of the new bridge completed.
: ; contest, the organization of said company, in cash, and H. W. LoNG, '
; name u a Them so paid _id stock shall be then tally paid Chair. Bd. Co Com. Marion Co. Fla.
and non-assessable.

\ .'consent to the FRENCH and RICHMOND PIANOS. l'otIITs-The term lor which the-corporation Attest:-8. T. SISTBUHK, f'
hall exist is ninety bine years. 1121 Clerk.

*:: antil several FIFTH-The officers who will conduct the ,
company !! until the first annual meetng. .
,i.j:'tie permit her and Cecilian Piano Players. will be a president and secretary and NOTICE.
.reaurer.! The annual meeting of the stock
J The first week holders and directors lor the election of officers
will be held in the city of Ocala Florida on the j
if ::1n the contest, : second Tuesday in January in each year. an4 An Oordinance Providing for Gatt, :
";: Jesse French and Packard Organs the officers who will conduct the business: of Guards or Other Devices to be placed -
? 33. This was the company until those elected at the first election Adjacent to the Railroad Tr>ckir' '
shall be qualified are A. Brown.president,
girl to and Jake Brown. secretary and treasurer. Crossing North Magnolia Street,
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and to Prescribe and Penalties
highest amount of Indebtedness
: ) MiM Agnes is not and liability to which the corporation can at in Relation Thereto. ;
any time subject itself is fifty thousand dollars. *
j t'J was born on French Piano t>EENTH-The names and residences: and DE IT ORDAINED:; BY THE CITY COCN-
& Organ Co the number of shares to be taken by each of 1) al ot the City ot Ocala. j

[:v:t: month, and the subscribers as follows: Section i. It shall be the duty of the railroad i
: Number of Shares company owning and using the tracks crossing t
; number worry Name Residence. Subscribed by North Magnolia street in the ctty of OcaU.
= Factories Bach Subscriber. Florida, within thirty days after the of '
--- -- --- passage
t 4 flaunts "bad :_ Abe Brown. Ocala, F'onda. One hundred
this ordinance to erect, construct, equip and ,
and ninety. maintain on each side of said tracks at the .}
'f extent of ( Jake Brown One hundred said crossing above mentioned, gates guard*.

Richmond Indiana. and ninety. or other devices of a similar character that will 1
-v opals; and she R.L.Anderson Futy. protect and make the said croscing safe for the
Clark.Ray-Jobo- ot pedestrians and vehicles along the
, ::' ballots to the son Company LeRoy Fifty said passage,1Ieet crossing the said railroad tracks.
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Herbert A Ford Ocala Tweuty five And in the event ot failure of the said railroad
.: days. Edward Hillcr .". Twenty fiveR company using and owning the said tracks to :
t.,. Distributing Depots S. Hall Twenty five ,, erect equip and maintain said guards, gates I
Every Friday Thomas Hall '. Twenty-five. 1 or other device as provided herein within the !
z.c Chambliss Twenty bve time specified and for each day thereafter the ;
of bAlloU for Witness our hand and seals the 16 day of November of said
survent or employe I
agent company
Louis Mo. Nashville T DallasTexas 1903. using or having charge of said tracks shall be. 1
I ; of candidates nn. ABE BROWN, rLS upon convcion thereof. punished by a fine of
JAKE BROWN not exceeding twenty five dollars or imprisonment ,
: withdraw from H. I.. ANDERSON !> not exceeding thirty days. I
f :. Birmingham Ala. Montgomery Ala. HER fRTFORD.: Section 2 It shall be the duty of the said rail ,
:: and long before EDWARD. HIU.EU.R .IL road company to properly close open and care J
HALL. for the said gates. guards or devices in order

uauito \\'as at --.-.........-.--.-.... ....--..-..... ... .............. -- .- THOMAS lULL, that the safety of the tr-ivilmg public may t*
Z. C. CHAMBLIbs, insured against accident crossing said tracks
although there State of Florida at the point mentioned herein and it is farther
County of Marion. the duty of the agent in charge of said railroad-
.. In person came before the undersigned au tracks to see that said gates are not closed at
populu )'oun:: ttNI'Y Abe Brown, Jake Brown H. L. Ander-
the of
time. except during passage any
locality who JAS J WATSOn son. Herbert A. Kord, Edward HUler R. S. any train cars or engine and then for a period of 1
I H. 1I. Thomas C. Hall and Z C Chambhss, not longer than five minutes during the passage
and her chief each of whom is well known to me to be the ot any train. car. or engine over the.said tracks J
: same person whose name is subscribed to the except the regular passenger trains on the :
foregoing proposed charter and nclnowledged main line entering and leaving said station,in f
:: Will/&ut-was/ Fla. Ocala Fla. before me that he executed' signed and sealed which event said gates may be closed for a
said propopo">ed charter or the uses and
ted pur- period of not exceedingien minutes: anyone :
young -es therein srt out and
f po expressedGiven time. Any watchm.in. agent servant or eaipkne .
under my hand and seal of office this ol said railroad company having the said
i : race waa of Florida i6t& day of Noember 1903. gat -s,guards, or other devices in charge who
: friends Representative [1eall] H M. H\MPTON. shall VIolate this section oi this ordinance shall
.. ; Notary Public State lit Large. be puuished. upon conviction in the mayors
'. My Commission Expires Aug ?, 1907 court.by a fine oi not exceeding ten dollars or
herself In -
-. imprisoned not exceeding ten days,in the dis- a(|
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action of the court.
thu1astieupport LETTFRS PATENT. S?i
TO OUR fEtIMERS{ Not.ce is hereby given that the foregoing Approved November 5.1903.n10st .
!of. Ma\or.
the rusuU wa-t: proposed charter will be oresented to the gov
Fla."i eruor of the state of Florida, and applicatiou j I
.1. her section were for letters patent thereon will be made to the
governor of the stale of Flonda at Tallahassee NOTICE I
votes to spare. <'OUUt of the very low price WHISKEY HOUSE Honda on the.: 2nd day ABE of December.BROWN 1903. j.

Proud of hf r in the western au.i east JAKE BROWN. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Vnder Sec

H. L. ANDERSON tion 8, of Chapter 4SS8, Laws of Florida.
commissioner's market, it will be impossible Gainesville and Ocala. Fla. HERBERT A. FORD
they have pay more than 5 cents per 03 !-- -- 0 R.u s. H\LL: 1\ Webberpurcba.er of Tax Certificate No.
I THOMAe. HALL 742. dated the 3rd day oi April. A D 1893
most to dressed hogs delivered at I 20 Z. C. CHA.:'>I LlSS. has filed said certificate in my orfice and has ,
worthy .
-- Jtu made application for tax deed to issue in accordance -;
house. It will be our c -.. with law. Said certificate embrace i
on the shore of 0..'
--- ,_ I the lollowmg described property fituated in "
be in line with ad NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. Honda to.wit fI
and has all to any 1 V f ,.. i Marion county :
spent w' !ItI/- >w I South half of northeast quarter of southwest
the market that of northeast section :22 town t
may oc- quarter quarter
OaS .
tion and the i : 0 = IS HEREBY CIVE.. HAT CN-
NOTICE ship 14.range 22.
HERMAN: : BENJAMIN, : = S, bv virtue of a final decree of for- The said land being assessed at the date of
Her father, J. pi ;; a en <*> closure entered on the loth day of October, A. the issuance of such certificate in the name of
( BENJAMIN, Manager.Secret "C D: '9<>3. by the Hon W. S. Bullock judge ot Feand L. Patterson. lTnles said certifiCates -
the most = ., the circuit court for the fifth judicial circuit of shall be redeemed according to law tax
: ary, : = ., Florida. sitting in chancery lor Marion county deed will issue thereon on the 5th day of January
: in the state; her ) Z O in a certain cause then pending in said court A D.m.Witness <) .
.J' O 1 "- ::! wherein Hattie O. Allen and Ceo K. Allen her my offiCIal signature and seal this the
Turners, lived w An Official Omission. "JFQ. husband and Ella O. Browne. were complain loth day of November. -LD. 1903.
.. ..... ants. and Marie Louise Goldbeck. Alfred CUoldbeck S. T. 1'TRt'NK.: *
water now : r in Marion county was I .. her husband. Adelaide V Morgan, 12 4 Clerk O-cuit Court Marion Co.l'la.
= !'Q James w. Morgan. as heirs at law of William H.
4 : -days. Her complimented by the I I Morgan, deceased, were defendants the undersigned I
special master in chancery will. on3jminmfa.

In every portion I I nd jury than Capt. E. L. -O /. Ftbruaru /*/, 1901 NOTICE. !

between troo a. m. and 2-00 p. m. offer and expose
true O
}'..UIOl'SXIIECSEU' Kl'SCll BEER 1 for sale and will then and there sell to the Iu the Circuit Court ot the Fifth Judicial Circuit. i

__ ___ ----I. highest and best bidder for cash in hand in i
state she is acd for Mariou
manner iu which he 1 front of the court house door in Ocala Mario of Florida, in County "

county. Florida, all the right title interest and Chancery.
a to collect the personal FINE estate of the said defendants, May Louise Gold-

of My$3oo Kycor Bourbon at.._._...__...J1.75 at_ ..-.....-..-__.. beck and Alfred C. Goldbeck, her husband, Martha J. Osborne Plfintiff vs. John W Os-
it. She has especially noted aud the My a 50 ,-,...... .. ....., :2oo My :Aoo North Carolina Corn at.... ... ... 1.oc Adelaide V. Morgan and James W. Morgan as borne. Dlfendant.-Divorcc.
: My 3,00 '. .. .... .... ...... .. ... 2.56 My 2.So" M'fn Dew Corn at.. 2.00 heirs at law of \V m. H Morgan, deceased of ,
for several ;years condition of his books and My 4.00 ..............._....... 3.00 My 3.00" .. .. .. j.oo in and to the following described lands situate IT IS ORDERED THAT W.THE Osborne.DEFENDANT be and h. !
.... .... .. .. '' ., lying and being in the said and state named. John
feels fortunate My 2.00 Gin at .....,.. __. _.... 1.75 My 400 .. :2.co: county to to the bill of complaint
also the subject of fator .... to-wit: I is hereby required appear
My 9.so '- too My 4 oNewng1andaumat........._._ ijo in said cause on or before Monday
Commencing at 6. chains east of the
a point
:... citizen at the The Jug d"'k'.. Trade. Made a Special Features southwest curlier of the north 39 t quarter of The lilt day o/Jaurty. A. D. 1904. .t:

",: Personally the the In lending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of ings. Half-gallon jugs 1 the southwest quarter of section 15 township It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe
presentment '5. south, range it, east, thence running north published once a week for eight consecutive: }
.gallon jug. 15C;2-gallon jug 2sc; -gallonjug,3sc; kegs,Sl
15.65 chains,thence east 6. chains thence south
excellent choice I sen more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Florida.because I goodhe 39 weeks< in the Ocala Weekly Banner i
of the give
grand jury thence
:, full Is.6chains. west 6.39 chains to the point Done this 24th day of Octooer. A. D 1903. I
elitgoodllud measure of begin Ding, containing by estimation ten S.T MSTRCNK.Clerk t
is pretty, relating to this of A. tnalorder wiltcon,iuce you that"we are the people." Terrnhcash with the order. acres more or less. (Seal) Circuit Conrt. :.

yonrs.anx.oustoHe.e. J. F. EDWARDS. Also beginning at the northeast corner of the By H C.Smstrnnk.D.C.
her manner, of its painstaking official, and it Alvarez grant in township is. south. range 22.. Edwin Spencer, Complainant sol'r i jo i"I
east,and running thence south with a magnetic _
that readily ef sincere regret. .. of --- -
very -- variation 3 degrees. 9 minutes east
IT 3j 69 chains, thence west with a magnetic variation NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL j
at the World's of minutes -
2 degrees. 35 north 8 45 chains FINALDISCHARCE. -
< advice Men and wo- thence north 23.69 chains thence east 045 chainsto SETTLEMENT
.: headquarters of the point of beginning, containing to acres
L disease of land more or less.
: ring from chronic
; ment&tivis a Said land being sold to satisfy said decree and NOTICE IS
; executor ot the last will and
Miss to consult Dr. Fierce, BuC- testament of JOHN A. COLE deceased, will on
Rogers ) V LI k Is a veritable dragon of 1',1-bealth It leaves SElL MLLIIF.D, Special Master tn Chancery. jt
in Its patb 1-1 Solicitor for Corn plainanL the Sth fall of Flbruatr A. D. 1904. .
Y. letter absolutely with more physical wrecks than
by A
\ tA' probably any other one ii.J
was a to >- j'J
:- surprise ea e peculiar to Americans. make enal settlement of his accounts and apply
'." .or charge. For more than t WHY? Simply because upon the first Indication for fir. "bbcharge. Such final settlement and
grateful apprt' of the malady the be made to the Judge of*
I / system 13 usually scourged NOTICE.In apphcai n to county
wltU C
as chief consulting phy quinine, or that deadly mineral-calomel. Marion cc .ty,at cala. Florida

: her friends, and the Invalid Hotel and Sur ) Don't Do It. It'a Dangerous. It isn't at all 828601!: J. LIDDF.LL..
> fill the necessary either. V,c positively guarantee the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir D. A. MILLER.SEALED f)
po titute Buffalo, N. Y., Doc
cuit ot Florida in and for Marion county, in P
called her, has devoted himself to the HERBINErKaMAfisTLTccBH Chancery. BIDS.
.i' "I wish! to and cure of chronic forms any form of malaria. It b American Phosphate Company, complainant II -
I HJrclT lias aj th. Tlrtuee of .
and calomel quinine \s. Thomas PaUreeman et at, defendants.TT t
Assisted by his staff of : -none of tlulr deadly effect* It IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THIJ
: my friends correct all liver,kKiotjr and Moniarh troubled. IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS NOTICE oi County Commissioners that on
: score of physicians, each man |i .- 500 per botti.. All Druj lsts. X herein named. Thomas Palfreeman. Viptiie Monday. the 4th day of January. A. D. 1904.
.' "through the his success has been phe G. Parker, Asa W. Parker, Jr., Gordon Parker sealed bids lor suitable persons to be overseer j.
-' ; and Mabel G Parker b: and they are hereby and repair and work for one year the public
"-. appreciate very ninety-eight persons in II I required to appear to the bill ol complaint in roads and bridges of this county,will be received -
the above entitled on before Monday,
and shall do treated being abso --p'1 the cause or DistnctNo.by the board I.-one as overseer.Distnct follows: .

F satisfactory {) altogether cured. Women I /st day of February .4. D. iyn No. :2.-One overseer Mattel: Flemington and Cotton
It isfurtaer ordered that a ol this orderbe Out; .DC overseer BUtchton
availed themselves of copy ,
I election districts. and one for H-.idUville i!
Tribune. week lor four consecutive
published unce a
offer of free consultation week? M the Ucala Banner. Romeo and unneUon election: districts. ;
"REFLECT A MOMfHT DIStrict No. --Two overseers.
Done this December 15,A. D. 1903. '
-North of Ft. Gates road
thereby avoiding the un. 4117 S. T. SISTRCNK, District No. 4.
Clerk Circuit Court. overseer; south of Ft Gates road. one overseer.Distnct ;
By order of questioning, the obnoxious i By H. C. biSTKCMC, D. C. No 5.-West of A C. L. R. R., one t
of *, C. L. R. R-.one overseer.
jvq overseer;east i-
and odious local treat H. ASDEKSOV..
Have decided the kind of
Commissioners, you on Complainant's Solicitor. 12 iS The:! Board reserves the ngbt to reject any and jj
all bid,.
- necessary by some :
notice to all fertilizer you are going to use? It'snot Bend will be required with approved secnri. .'I
Over half a million I ties for the faithiul performance ol the over-
license tax been treated by Dr. (if a question of how much, but If all things are true that the peo. seerWnty. The Board will also receive bids for
, have .
. from -
services ferrymen for one vear January
tax for the year his staff for diseases pecu I what kind when the best results pld are saying about Judge Swayne, 1904 at White's ferry Sharpes ferry Graham 1
ville Eureka ferry and Stokes ferry and
the 1st day with unvarying suc can be obtained. You can't make a of the federal court of Florida, he la I any other free ferries in the county. Said bids
r A the clerk of the circuit courton
to be delivered to
the penalty will without fear as without -. .. mistake when you use our high grade somewhat of a swine, also.-Brunswick or before Monday, the 4th day of January,

letter is treated aa strictly fertilizers. A. D. 1904. s.T. SIslTRUNK.
r immediately *, Xews. ti 28 Clerk:: Circuit Court.
and sacredly confidential, and ..
. In the courts. 'i- .. Rig hest cash price paid for dry bones
are sent in plain .' ..5 Leedle drops of viskey, leedle cans Homer
0: 1218w2t them. Study at t ,, ':
no printing upon '
> uf beer, makes der leedle household Lean mote, tad you
: Dr. R. V. Pierce, World's tun mOIL With the TiUet Home Study Lessees you need not
: FLORIDA FERTILIZER MF'G. t COMPANY mituoid no Christmas cheer.-Dinkcl- leave hone ot employment to lew*Boukkeeptag.Aithiuenc
Gcomcti Laentuf, Hitcafr.,
Medical Association Buf Algebra Gnmaus ktteianc
1. woolen socks. : TeacbersaidcdSouisseiamiMiioas.STn.
Z Banner, Ocala, Y. .':::: Gainesville Fla.Mwrrt1' spiel. 1 01___. Cuuihnfcce., AOdieb.Ll.lllUQt.raUiU.f. I

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- MARTEL CHRISTMAS- TREE "It111" "1tt" "41" t "11" " " " ,! " " " ""f"" " "

A Christmas tree will be erected at ........
r .. Mart el school house December 24. at .. .....
of which will be ....... .......
6 p. m.. the unveiling .......
. preceded by the following program, ....... ---
, under the skillful management of the ....... --

:I, teacher Miss Lillian Program Farris. I I VIGOR I PRESTO I ]

, ,.'. Song "Ring the. Merry, Merry 10c. pkg. Quirk aa a wink i 10;. \>kif
Xmas Bells'School.Recitation -
:' Christmfs at Grand -- .
t ma's."-Eula Miller.
t Recitation, "Santa and His Rein-
'j ? deer."-Dolly Miller. TEAPOT GROGERY
Dialogue, "Slang"-Lula Miller, Ru-
x \y Miller Annie Rape, Ernestine
t 2. Brooks, Alvin Kemp. ......
Recitation. "Merry Christmas" II

: ;: Rape.Terzalie Recitation Miller., "Things I Want"-Jessie We will be receiving all this week and up to the 23rd


'; R ma Recitation Song Recitation Seckinger."Christmas"The Gift Eve"That-School.I Cannot E inst., New Goods to supply your wants. So


Sec.Willie Recitation"-Southerland.Lula,Miller."A New Santa Claus"- : don't give yourself any uneasiness about not beingable 3-

Dialogue, "The Head of the Fam !lam

>'. n ily"Song-Rape.Ruby, "Jolly Miller,St.Johnnie Nicholas"Miller-, Willie Six I -' to get what you want to complete your Christmas 3f't"P

6 iris. ..... .- f

l I' Rape.Recitation, "Johnnie's Letter"-Ben E: entertainments.. 3 \

Recitation: "Christmas in Funny- -...
land"-Annie Rape. D-- -e -

-' Ruby Recitation Miller., "The Postman's Story"- E Our stock of Imported Goods is more, varied than ever and consists ofE

Y >. "-School. .
"Merry I
> .Plantation"Song Recitation-,Uncle"Dat Xmas Thomas on Jefferson de Ole the very latest novelties out, below we just mention a few to give you 3

Btokes.Recitation "Night Before Christ E an idea of what we carry. '
mas" Ernestine Brooks. -e

'.a"-Laura Song "My Jane Precious Kemp.Old Dolly, Ro E Anchovies, Pitted Olives, Anchovy. Sardine and Bloater Paste. Curry 3

: Recitation, "Three Bad Boys"-\\11- --- ( -.
? lld Recitation Rape. "Jest 'Fore Christmas"- Powder, Cavair, Sardelle, Roasted Sausage, Galatines, Bar Le Due Jelly,

Willie Recitation Southerland."Christmas Day"-Laura IPate de foi Gra, Melo-milo Fieldfares, Parmesan Camembert, Chester ==

Kemp.Song Santa's, "Santa's arrival Coming"and distribution-School. of E Edam and Brie Cheese, Reindeer Steak, Mango Chutney, Roasted ;

presents.Recitation "A Secret"annie ::: Pigeons, Snails, Mushrooms, Almonds and Hazel Nuts in Marasquin 3

t w Brooks The :public is cordially invited to attend English Mustard Sauce, Tripe a la Mode, Spanish Peppers, French

,and by their presence aid in makfeg -
the occasion a success.' :: M: rrons, French Sardines Etc.
d -
A Bright Woman's Chatty Letter. -
In one of her recent letters to the r --

't'imt'tI.Vnion entitled "Chat of the :== IX NUTS Dried Figs Prunes !IS CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES :::
Washington Lobbies' Mrs. Mamie 4 I; -- -..0-

Howse-Stovall, gives tbe following I:.:- WeHave'e have everything that can be -=:
,' items which will be of interest to tbe WI- Peaches Pears -0

readers this paper: :::: EnglishJWalnuts; put j up in a can, and each can is ,
A number of young belles are anxiously .
. r- 'TI awaiting for Congressman :::. Pecans Apricots NectarinesPaisins guaranteed to be just as represented. '-
, Lamar to make his, "niaiderf:peecb." Almonds .
event does happen Also Plum Pudding and lum -e
When the exciting -- Apples I __
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his desk will be laden with exquisite Filberts
4 Sauce Onion Sauce, Royal Dressing'i
. floral! tributes. <<>-
. f e Brazil and Shelled Almonds Currants Citron and Mint Sauce. :::: ,!
It will be several years before Florida __t t ;
-" v 'm have another iu tbe '
*y page ..
senate.! The states are given turns. -...... -

Little Guy Z-iwadki, who was so The better the Flour the better the bread, .
_' popular last session, i U very much Bread is the Staff of Life

Missed by the Florida senators. & The better the bread the stronger the.staff.
a .
There are 170 daily and weekly : BALLARD'S OBELISK FLOUR Makes Whitest, Brightest. Bread. Try it. :!
newspapers in Florida, but only two, 0-- .
the Time.Uoion and Metropolis" are 40-- .-.....
found ou the tiles in the reading -iJ1I
room of the congressional library.It 0- -4-a

} would bo. a good advertisement for :: U. J, HEINZ & CO'S. PRESERVES and other Condiments a full and complete line, also -
the state i if more were. placed there, 0- --
for the room is: crowded with anxious 0- dt
I I readers:: every day. On Sunday it is", :t :: Bayle's Cheese, Horse Radish Mustard and Yum Yum Pickles. Don't forget to include in : -
impossible to entertain the crowd. 00- -
f-- '..a a
Better Than a PlasterA :::: your order some Cranberry Sauce, )Mince Meat and Pumpkin, so y ourMenuewill be complete. :
piece of flannel dampened with I 0- -a.. .
Chamberlain's Paiii Balm and bound 0- -
on the atiected parts, is:: better than a 00 ",
i plaster for a lame back and for pairs
in the side or chest. Pain Baltv has", 0'f E
, ..a. ::: --- .
no i>ul't'rior as a liniment for the relief :

" -. rheumatic of deep seated For muscular sale and all [: J \
pains. by
We invite to call and take look
druggists:: and medicine dealers:: m you a at our stock of Groceries which second to none .i

- t0- % "!
s Belleview Doings. ::.: in the State for QUALITY and ASSORTMENT. We have endeavored to secure tJle best ; i!
: A party of eleven, from !Short: .
A -4.
Beach, Coun., arrived last week. It. 1- -
the party were Mr. and Mrs. ,, C. ::: of every article put up whether in glass,can or package, and they are here for your inspec ::3 .
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t i Doolittle, Mr. and Mrs.[ Lewis Tynell, e-- : __ :
Mr. and Mrs. Wilsoa and Arthur, : tion. By verdict rest if haven't done I -
son your we our case, we just as we say. Your -J
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r ;lien Payne, Mrs. Jennie Crook and t -4 '- ;
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Mr.and Mrs.:: Henry Terrell. With ::: trade is what we want and if good Goods at the right prices and good treatment will secure'i }
the party were also Mrs. L. 1L Hal- e-- --
; stead and Mrs. Ellen; Bush,of Boston. -a .
This makes quite an addition to the 0a: it, why, we feel sure we will get'it.; Call and give us a trial. t:(
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4 town, and with the arrival the last of P- -
this week of three more families, the ::: Yours for more business, -..
cottages will be well filled and. winter ...... 1I 1\\ -- -
will 0-- ..
gayeties begin. -.4 -

Beautiful For home Sale.; splendid fruit I THE TEA POTriiiiuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuauaiuuuuuuuauuuiumiaiumiaftiudiiutiK GROCERY I

and trucking land", also fine stock '
C' ttle.

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And if you are not satisfied we will
Refund Your Money.
We have recently purchased the Oldest Whiskey Stand in Florida, and have made it look as

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neat and new as if. only built yesterday, and have put in an immense stock, so we are preparing to do

a- all kinds of bottle business. We also still own and operate our saloon and whiskey house near the fl ..

:, 0.... b. A. L. depot. Our prices are figured on the very lowest cash basis and under no circumstancet will '

.. .,f: a M:: 0 t+ we ship goods C. 0. D., as the Express company will only take whiskey at owner's risk and open. is
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; .1 j :;, i? The laws will not allow them to ship liquors C. 0. D. Express orders, Postoffice money orders and ocnw t
m C '

'f 4 ,' Q o t:at M $ IY Y a t: one and two cent stamps will be accepted; also checks on parties we know are 0. K. We Buy for iP

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i! t'-10 e. Cash ani Sell for Cash, thereby giving our customers the benefit accounts. The buildings we operate eiaasr r
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: e in belong to us*, so we pay no rents, and consequentlyWE
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,p. CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Four. Full Quarts, Delivered, $5. '

1 c Full quart, $1.25; Pint 65 Cents .
Half Pint, 351 ent8. c .


: If You Don't See It In This List Write Us About It


>{' Crcedmoor: Oscar Pepper; I Commonwealth Straight Whiskey
; Belle of Ocala: ;
A Pure Kentucky Whiskey, made of the We have on hand a limited amount of this f.f.I
) Full $1 four in box, deliver- Made in Spring 1892. and is bottled direct
?.r ed, $4 quarts; twelve quarts.; quarts delivered, SJi. very finest grain: and guaranteed to be as excellent whiskey, which is genuine, at $'9 I from the wood in full quarts, at $1.50; case of
t pure as the purest: full quart. 81.50; four per case. twelve quarts, $15.
t': Sour Mash: quarts in box, delivered, $6; twelve quarts, n: JL McBrayer; Yellowstone I
delivered, $16. ;
r Full quart, 75 cents; four full quarts in box, At $S per case. These goods are standard, A fine old] whiskey, distilled by Taylor &
't $3; twelve quarts, delivered, $9. ./ AA A Baker: and cannot be beaten anywhere. Williams, and guorenteed to be pure and un ,!

:R Stewart: Full quart, $1.50< ; four quarts in box, $5;:;; Hollis Pure Rye IWiiskey; adulterated. And, say, if Yellowstone interferes '.{
; twelve quarts, $16. 1 his whiskey is guaranteed to be fully ma- with your business, quit business. .I
:: This is a Pure Maryland Rye, at the very tured, and fifteen years cld before bottled, Price 11.50 per quart; SI5 per case.
r low price of ?.r cents a full quart; four quarts Old Private Stock: and is surely the finest goods on the market; 0. F. C.: j
{ in box, $3; twelve quarts, delivered, $0.! $2 518.
Full quart. $1.50; four quarts in box, delivered quart, : case, A pure sour mash Bourbon in full quarss. !
: Imperial Cabinet: $ti; twelve quarts, delivered, $16. Wilson Whiskey: Double stamp goods; distilled 1S96; bottled
:' The best whiskey on the market for family It needs no comment, as everyone knows it; 1903; guaranteed pure, and a fine whiskeyfor
use. Full quart, $1.50; four quarts in box, Old Crow; quart, 81.25? : case, $12. medical purposes; quart 81.25; case 412.Maryland .

., delivered. $6; twelve quarts, delivered $16.Weller' Six years old. Quart, $1.00; .four quarts in Mammoth Cave: Club

t. XXXX Cabinet: box, $4; twelve quarts, $12. In full quarts, pints and half pints; bottled in This whiskey is made from the very best
Wedding Bell bond in Spring 1903; ; made in Spring 1S96. grain on earth and has always given satis ;
\ Ten years old. The best whiskey on the ; It's simply fine, and can't be beat. Quart, faction. We guarantee it to our customersas
'. .t market for medical purposes. Try it and be Full quart, 81.25: four quarts in box. 85; : 81.50; pint, 75 cents: half pint, 40 cents; case a fine medical whiskey. Per bottle (short
convinced. Per quart, 8i. twelve quarts, $15: Si per short quart. $13;:; for quarts. measure) $1.50; case, $15.

: r We Sell Rye, Corg and Gin; Quart 50 qts; Pint, 30Cts; Half Piit) 15cts. Phosphate Gin, $1.50 Qt., 40Cts Half Pt. II

Rye and Bourbon. CARMICHAEL'S PET yes old Brandy. :

Qt. Gal GaL
\ tal. Gal. a
Leeibur Rye .. .. .. ... ... .... .... .. ...$ SO $100 $1 75 Qt. %
Crystal Rye .. .... .. .... ............... 65 1 15 2 00 Par Peach .. .. .... ..................$ 85 $1 50 $3 00
Lone Horn (1 stamp) .... ................ 15 1 50 ::1 00 Old Peach . ................ ........... 160 2 CO 400
... ......... ......... 500
Fin Tennessee 125:! 250 ;
.. ...........
...... 1 00 % 00 4 00
Long Horn (.2 stamp)
.. .......... ............ 150 :300 :
Buck white ...... ....... .................. 15 1 50 ::1 00 Pur Apple
.... ...............
Old Tennessee Apple 1 00 2 00 4 00
Sour Mash, 4 years old ........ ........... 15 1 5. ::1 00Rlppy. '
Grape Brandy... .. ...................1 i. 200 400
i years old ....... ..... ... 1 00 2 gO 4 00
...... ............. 25 2 59 5 00
Stewart U92 .. ... ... .................. 75 1 50 3 00 Cognac Brandy (doca.) 1 '
.. .................. 00 6 00
.. :3
1 50
.. Stewart, 1888 ... .. ............... ...... 1 00 2 00 4 00 -- Imported Brandy
.............. 60 8 00Dlackberq
2 00 4
Belle or Ocala .... .. ..................... 1 00 2 00 4 Q& Imported Brandy ? years oU
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.. Brenda 75 109
Rose Dal. Bourbon ........ .............. 1 00 2 00 4 11Dell. N
Qt Aaderson .i.25 % 5. 5 86 s

wedding Bell ...... ...... ............... 1 25 2 60 5 0& Gin
'; Old Crow .. .. ... ................... 1 00 2 00 4 00 1%
James >i. Popper ...... .................. 1 50 3 O' 6 00 h Qt. & Ga.l. Gal
xxxx: Cabinet ..... ................ .. 2 00 4 00 S OQ ...... ..
.{ .1+ f r M Anchor ..... ....... .............$ 50 SI 00 $175
. Ca.rmichael's Corker .... .............. ... 1 25 2 SO 5 OG Old Tom .......... ........ ............ 80 140 250

,MIJIUtSSat Holland ...... ..... ... .. .. .. ............ 100 200 4 03
1 1I acw zrT Swan. years old ..... .. .. .... ......... 85 1.50 300
I Corn. Bell, imported ..... .. ... ... ..._....... 150 300 600
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Qt. GalG&1.X

; North Carolina ........ ... ..............$ 50 $1 00 $1 75 Rum.
Very Old .......... ...................... 75 100 2 00 Gal. GaL "j
.... .. ..... ...... ............... 80 46 250 Qt. %
Georbla 9 T New England .... .. ....... ..............$ 80 Jl 40 $% 50 _.
Stone Mountain ...... .................... 1 00 00 4 00
Same 4 old ...... .................. 85 160 ::1 00.
{ Kentucky ...... ... ...... ...........:... 85 1 50 ::1 00 O years
\\ A -g s1i Old New England ........ ................ 100 2 00 400.
Fern Cliff ....... ....... ................... 85 1 SO 2 75 ;
Jamaica .... ...... .................... 85 150 30 d
; white Corn .. .... ...... ..... ............ 15 1 50 1 15 k';
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;.i. '' Malt Ale and Champaign Cider, strictly temperance -
;, } We are Wholesale Dealers in beverages; 10 dozen, delivered, $10. :

A. B. f* BEER Ginger Ale packed eight, ten and twelve dozen to !
I Wr > barrel; 75 cents dozen. '

j The Best Beer on Earth. Brewed from imported hops full Quart, $1; 4 Qts. Delivered, $4; 12 Qts. Delivered, $11. We Are Agents for Indianapolis Brewing Co.'s Bottle Beer.
By the American Brewing Co., St. Louis, Mo.

' { ;IN ,MIND CARMICHAEL'S SPECIAL I I Id. We fill PROMPT{all orders SERVICE on the day they ."' .

[:That if you to furnish your own 4 are received, and guarantee satisfac

| Jug, send it to by express prepaid, tion. If you are not satisfied with
This whiskey: is seven years old, pure and unadulterated, and well matured. It distilled. especially for medical and
:.&n send us express'receipt: (marked I the goods at the price paid for them,
[ 'paid) with i your'order Land deduct 25't family use.' A o family can afford to be without it. We will, on receipt of $.'{.25,. deliver,, free of express charges, Four. Full bring them back and your money will

> **- Boftles, packed in wooden boy,'with no mark except your address on box. For $3 we will deliver two quarts as above. J be refunded., .
o : I;:cents a gallon from these prices. ftuart
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mouey S. H. Ravage,,

i ( S. A. Williams, H. B. Dudley. Columbus Capitalists Add to Their l CATARR
More Bodies Taken From Ruins ct'
1 The Sirmon on the Mount Extolled- 'Committee on admission-J. A .II COMPLAINT.Catarrh .
Large Realty Walden University.
, C.mmittees J. H. Dorset M. T.
are Appointed. Quartermau,
iNashville, Tenn. Dec. 22.Twomore
Colambus Ga., Dec. 22-Colonel W
Johnson. begins with a stubborn cold in the head, inflammation or sore.ness
The fourth annual session of the TLlIman and E. W. McLendcn have charred bodies have been taken of
,I y First studies-U W. Hawkins, of the membrane or lining of the nose, discharge mucus matter
year bought the Mack McLendon plantation from the ruins, of Rust dormitory of in this
Central Florida Conference of the headaches, neuralgia and difficult breathingand even early stageis
J. E. Gardner, William Lurcpkimj.( on the Chattahoochee river, near Oma Walden university. The list of known almost intolerable. But when the filthy secretions begin to drop back

., African Mrtbodist! Episcopal church Second year studies-J. W. jJukes,, ha. Ga., about 40 miles south of Co- dead now numbers nine and two students into the throat and stomach, and the blood becomes polluted and the

opened it* Hfxsiou here VVt-dotsday, J. T. Mark!, John Ti1 bman. lumbus.. It is one of the (finest farms are yet unaccounted for. system contaminated:

t in the )1t. Zion A. M. E. church, Third year studies-R. D. Mcl.in, J. in that section..' Several of those severely injured bj by the catarrhal pois- urpl.I had, a my continual note wn h.4..che.always .my topp chMk..d up.had my bratb grows '

J. Thomas, T. J. dimming! Colonel Tillman who has several jumping from the burned building are on, then the sufferer had. sickening and disgusting odor, anCl I eoagh.dIncessantly.
Rev. K.ri. Quartermaii, p,! tor. The 1,1V I heard of S.8. 8. and coma ac d to ...
-- --- -- Fourth year studies-S. H. Williams plantations in this section of Georgia m a critical (condition but no further begins to realize a it and after taking several bottle I wu cared tad
G. W. Hawkins, J. A. Quarter- and Alabama besides extensile plant deaths have occurred. In a numberof disgusting. 1 and Sicken- dl baTe. ae.=.*.* since bad the Mill slightest MARY ymptom L.IITOUL-.f tw

t man, J. W. Dukes.ADDITIONAL. Ins interests in the Delta countryin prominent city churches Sundaythe ing disease Catarrh :is. Northwest Ce,. 7th and P.Ux fits.,!t.Je*.pfc, k*.

a Mississippi! thinks lands !in tLE pastors offered prayers for the injured It affects the kidneysand
and called their stomach as well as other parts of the body. It is a constitutional
south are good investment. lie on congregations
LOCALMr a disease and as inhaling mixtures, salves, ointments, etc., are never more
for contributions of and
salt that he thought cotton UCUIQ money
than palliative or helpful, even in the beginning of Catarrh, what eaa a
S bring good, paying prices for several wearing apparel. you expect from such treatment when it becomes chronic and the whole
Samuel W. Teague has returned were liberal In instance.
years even it large cotton crops are every system affected? Only such a remedy as S. S. S. ran reach this obstl.

: from a visit to the capital.Mr. made such is the famine among: the nate, deep-seated disease and purge the blood of the

manuracturers. He advises city pea in all the negro churches prayers (1-11.4 t:1 catarrhal poison. S. S. S. purifies and builds up the

Dan Miller,jr., i is here to spendthe ple who have any practical ideas ot were offered and collections taken up : diseased blood, and the inflamed membranes are

holidays with his parents. farming saying that there Is money in healed and the excessive secretion of mucus ceases
F-Ji: it. Colonel Tillman has made a for Safe Blower Identified. when new, rich blood is coming to the diseased
Mobile Ala., Dec. 22.-Chief of Police
Miss Leora Burke has gone to Lake tune farming. He is himself taking parts, and a permanent cure is the result.S. .
the advice which he is giving to Case is in receipt of a communication S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and a reliable remedy for

City to spend a week. others as he is steadily adding to his from Chief of Police Milikan. Catarrh in all stages. Write if in need of medical advice; this will cost

o; Cincinnati, identifying J. E. Russell nothinj
you :
Mr. Clifton Camp returned yesterday planting interests THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C0tf ATLANTA, CA.STRAUSS' .
one of the two safe blowers arrested -
"I don't think I will see any more
:i from a business;trip to Jackson- here several days ago asEd
6 cent cotton, said Colonel Tillman. -- --
M. Callahan, who resided in Cincinnati ,
sonville. .
who, while over 60 years of age, expects

r Capt. James Cribbett, of Largo, is! to live a good many years yet by Chief Case. .

"Lands, at the present prices and cot BALTIMORE RYE
on a visit to 'friends and relatives in i
ton at 10 cents will pay a better interest

this county. I II than anything else 1 know of.
I Guaranteed Pure Whiskey-Five Years Old.
Lane' will not run away and rascals
Bishop James Anderson Handy, Miss Annie McCarthy came home "
.i cannot it. ERRYEEDS
Wednesday from St. Augustine for
conference was called to order by
Ru. James A. Handy, D. D., L.L. D.,

presiding bNhop of the eleventh Miss Ida Berkheim, of Gainesville, John M. Eagan Talks of Big St Louis MEET ALL ii'

'+' episcopal district! who lined the is the guest of Mrs. J. Starr Sternber Fair.Savannah NEEDS
Ga., Dec. 22.-John t.Elan ba established it asa
opening h>am, "How Did uiy HeartDeligbtloSay' for a few days. Yon
ger until recently president of the fact told by all dealers.
ow-they grovr. 1904 SccJ
Prayer wasoflered Central railroad has returned from Annual postpaid free to ail cphct.ni ; -
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cutler returned
,, by Uev. tie; A. Williams, presiding a trip to the west. He visited St : "
... from week's visit to D. M. FERkY & CO.
Wednesday a Louis among other places.
elder of th- 0<>iil* district. After DETROIT. MICH.
friends at Bartow. Speaking of the exposition. Pre& -
prayer lue bishop lined hymn 205, dent Egan said:

"Ai.J ..re we yet Alive, to See Each Mrs. Sage, of Lakeland, is visitingher "Because of the great advances that

Other's Face?" have been made in agricultural and
son and daughter,)Ir.and Mrs. JlcIVER and MACK
t mechanical lines the St. Louis exposition -
After singing the bishop proceededto ('has.K. Sage.
will be of even greater interest
consecrate! the elements of the
and educational value than the Chicago
Holy Sacrament, during which he Mrs. Lee Miller returned Wednesday world's fair. __J
took omni'iu to say, that be had re* afternoon from a week's visit to "Georgia should by all means be .

ceivwl communications since he bad relatives at Gainesville. represented by a building at the St. PLAIN
Louis exposition! but more than this BOXES, SEND MONEY
been in tLe city which him FUNERALDIRECTORS.
gave rea- Misses: Mary and Rebecca Anderson each and every county in the state

eon to believe that all the brethrenwere should have NO MARKS. E I
arrived home from Lynchburg, Va., a representative there WITH OK.'ER
not in harmony with each whose duty it would be to study exhibits
for the
Wednesday holidays.
f other. "Them words," said: be, "and of an agricultural and mechan .
ical nature and on returning travel
are in love and charity with Mr. Charles H. Lloyd returned froma -
through the (counties of the state explaining
: mean that you OlUlt not business trip to Jacksonville and to the farmers and others in Have a full stock of Coffins Caskets IT

come to IbU table with malice in went on to Holder in the afternoon.Mr. Ju t what way they) can profit by what and Burial Outfits. Special given to

their representatives saw." rial services. -.j
your ag"iut1uy one. Do not
Karl Weihe, who fc now lead- +,'
,& !
this table until
come ;you are reconciled ing one of the Jacksonville bands, is TANKS FOR RALEIGH. I Eir"t; ming to Order 11Y, .14aiQ ( ,
your spending the holidays here with his
: The Sermon on the Mount id:: the parents.Mr. With Damning cf Close.N:'w Year Barrooms 6, OR 11l

grandest ,wnuoa ever preached by J. C. Williams superintendent Kaleigh :\. ,C. Dec. :22?:?-The Raleigh fi t .P--\1 l 9 OLO sIi'rso

anyone, and there never was not barrooms will all be closed when this (f + .
of the Ocala. Electric Light plant, .u '
L. never will be a sermon preached to year ends and the next day the dispensary "l I.-.u.. 1.tJI -; SgEt Ow.E5$ Ilto ...
\ : .'rp .
left Wednesday (for Auburn, Ala.: to
: tqual it. And it says: "Wheu thou opens with the new year. .P.'HI "t' y .
spend the holidays.Mr. There are twenty-eight saloon keep- ,
k couiest to the alter to offer thy guts; '
ers and they have arranged to give :5ggI
and rememberest that thou has aught and Mrs. Frank Teague and the largest Christmas tree Raleighhas I I I 6-l-

against thy neighbor leave.there thy children went to Lady Lake Wednesday ever seen for. the poor childrenof I I ,

: gift and go and be reconciled to the city. The tree will be in .the I I ""tt-yC"xLri'TOCWVrira*etallSnaii6B -
thy to spend Christmas with Mr. 4 Bottles Del'd $2.9012 Bottles Del'd $8.50
city hall and many will be the gifts ,! ; ,
neighbor, and when thou art recon Teague's parents.Mr. upon it. I : : to. ". 'r. e t.)
gift.r The saloon men will scatter with the ,I \' : L 'rJ.
R. C. Fort, of Lynne, was a
And I say to you, examine yourself new year dome going to other pointsIn 12ct.; 4AFir ffiJ L
pleasant visitor to this office Wednesday the state while a few will
before to this engage
you come table, for the, 8
and continued his subscription to la other lines of business. I I IDQ9I if. .V :
Apostle Paul ld: That if
anyone WE EAT MEAT
this paper for the exciting year, Ij I I ::J mt: t
*a eat unworthily, they eat and drink j

damnation to their own soul." How politically speaking,of 1904. Appointed General Manager. I I To grow strong. Unless we get I
rf f;- ,.
Denver Colo., Dec. :!2.-F. C. Do fj\ L :Apv good meat we as well let
;; :. may
careful then ought we to be for as you Miss Carrie Miller, who attends '' :

BOW so shall you reap. We must put Converse College at Spartanburg, S. Ian, general and Southern superintendent railway of with the Colorado offices DRLjPRrPALU: rnJ ? c'titr f., ......,.:, it alone. There is no strength

= on a new life and in putting on the C., is spending the holidays with her in Denver, has been appointed _, _.. "t", "jk in tough meat-instead!! of giving I
LK4. /># : """
new life we must: put off the old one. parents, Col. and MM. L. P. Miller. general manager of the }'t. Worth : :T-Vr:. it takes strength to digest
and Denver CHAS. E. BLUM & COMPANY .
City .c
railway with
If God bad dealt with you and ad we head i e LJitim: it. It pays to be careful inbaying m1
quarters at Ft. Worth Tex. Mr. Do-
Mr. Henry Dunn, of Citra, was in
have deserved we would 517 and 519 W. Bay St. ; meat-be sure to get
not have lan will assume the duties of his of' m :; ;'

been here today. It is only God's Ocala Wednesday on his way to'Pampatoattend flee on Jan 1. m '\?r'f- '" "--:r; the best-tender and choice.
the wedding of his Jacksonville, fla "'
.' forbearance with us that we are here. 'l [f;; Pay little more if need be and
neice, Miss Althea Dunn to Mr.
We ought to avail ourselves of the Kennedy. r-rr..f;' .4 put something in your stomach

opportunity to get right before God. ,"' ,f :\. {' -J ri which will put flesh on your
IL* ''' a I', I 'P.Afiio.
r : Let us draw near and examine our- Mr. B. I. Freymouth, who moved m ... .., ".6l s IfJ1( bones and strong blood in your

... selves while we come.Aflerappointiug from this county some time ago and rl1I1A; !J1

the various com bought property and set out an orange I Strauss' Royal ReserveA ji I EDW ARDhSLBROS.Sta1l8

mitteett, the bishop took occasion to grove at Largo, baa sold his interest .

tell the brethren some good things there and has returned to Marlon, his :2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla.
they needed in the of first love.
way being Ii nr i
LJ i LSP +tiu irilnFlyGlFal +Gsanf nrti nr F yyVP rvo

punctual. He said that the lack of
Among the callers at this office fjj\
punctuality one of the faults of
Wednesday were Mr. John W. Hall,
the race.
of Dalty and Dr.V.. R. O. Veal, of McMillan Bros
The afternoon session! was devoted
Cotton Plant, both of whom renewed
l to hearing reports from the several JiI
their subscriptions to the Weekly k

__ churches. Banner. Southern Copper Works

i The following committees were appointed .
the We are requested to announce that One Quart 91.00
by bishop, upon motion of Sot Delivered.
r the conference: the (entertainment at the armory on Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

On public worship-Bishop J. A. Christmas night has been postponedon \ Two Quart" $?60
account of several other entertainments Hot Delivered. and General Metal Workers.
Handy,B. A. Williams, R.S. Quarter-
man. to bet given in this city that

On dollar money-S. A. Williams afternoon and evening.The RAU Four Quarts Delivered., 83.00 OldJStills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

J. 8. Braswell,R. 8. Quarterman, J. Christmas festivities are now ) t 1 through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

H. Glbbs. Twelve quarts '10.00 wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
on In earnest. Last night sky rockets ,
Delivered.TSRAUSS& following works .
:f Missionary money-A. M. Richie, and Roman candles made the heavens

8. J.Johnson, Amos Samp On.Childen'l brilliant and the explosion of firecrackers ....
4 : ,
day and church ex ten- were kept up until a late

; won-J. D. Moore !B.: B. Brown, ty. H. hour. f eSvpeu JACKSONVILLE, FLA. MOBIE, AA.. .

Hamilton. Prof. J. H. Briusou,principal of the s.eo -
it Judiciary-J. A.Brown,P. U. Goln, commercial department of the

O. W.Jenkins Robert Albert, E. W. E. F. (8. at Gainesville is spending the WHlf CREAM ,

Larking. holidays in this county and Is incidentally WORMS VERMIFUGE -

Endowment day money-D. A. advancing his claims for I CO. Ocala Fla. | .aeUa ..,..QuIftJ.

'f' Bill, D. White, J. 8. Coleman, John superintendent of public instruction Far 20 Yiws gas Lid aU W0mJmiUmiffii{ !

Cowen. of this county for which office h. la a .OX.D SZ.Ax,
{ It y-- JAMES F. BAULAm, 8t toute
; Temperance-N. W. Bagley N. 8. candidate. r rv

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FOSTER HILL BURNED. Compliment to an Ocala Official. F

: Cotton Must HavePotash United States nit Talliforro is United States Deputy Marshal I t' "nll"mnml"mmm"mm'-1Ifm'"m"'mlm", "' "' ;",

Doing Good Work in This Line. Boys Dormitory at Florida University Hamp Chamber, of Ocala, was in .:n

Special to the Ocala Banner. Totally Destroyed Yesterday be city on official business yesterday. f f11\\
t I Wabhlutjtou, Dec. 19.-Senator Tal- Morning. Mr. Chambers" is one of the most l 1 1 S'lITH' UU-
bferro Special to the Ocala Banner. widely known and most popular government ,
has introduced in the senate a r .
Potash is an essential plant food Lake City, Fla., Dec. 19. officials in the state -
couple of bills of -
a private nature for Gainesville -
which must be added as a fertilizer About three o'clock this wording Headquarters Jacksonville Fla.
the benefit Chi* constituents. I ,
J qrthesoihvjllbecome flames were discovered in Foster Hall, l.-- ..
i One of the measures introduced Real Estate! '
exhausted the LOJ!!' dormitory of the Florida
provides for the relief
of the e-Ute of
: as is University, au.l iu au almost incredibly
Eliza Turner, deceased; Richard H. Real Estate!
aI true of so short tirntj the entire building wasa
Turner and Elizi Turner. The bill
many cotton mass of ruius. -
has been referred to the committee on \ -
field /Home: of the inmates escaped with Your wants in this line for : 2E
New Full-Sized Piano
claims for consideration and report. Upright 175.00.
We have books barely a covering for their bodies
Senator Taliaferro has reported from City or County Property
giving valuable de. and nearly all of them lost all the A Nearly New Mathushek Son, 325.00. 13fc

ire 1 tafls. about fertilizer the committee pensions a bill to clothing they bad in their rooms, also Orange Groves, etc.,. can :: :=
We will send grant an increase of pension to Mary
them free to any farmer wbo asks us for them. A. Bishop. many book, etc. be supplied. Special attention ELEGANT CflSE, ELASTIC TOUCH, SUPERB TONE 3

GERflAN KALI WORKS, The building was comparatively
)0..Yrk-9S Nuui Street.. Th' Florida senator from the committee given rentaccounts.F. | I'
new one, having been erected onlya )
ltlut;G.-U% S*.Br4 at.y on pensions has also retorted a ==3 Write Us.Ve Lead, Others Follow. jff
few years ago, and cost about J::: _
bill granting a pension:! to Mary Mc-
twelve thousand dollars.
Laughlin. Both of the foregoing W. DITTO
The fire originated in a defective % Pianos and Organs IIF
measures now on the calendar of
y RiGHT TO CRITICISE flue in one of the rooms and had -
Real Estate and Insurance
the senate awaiting aetioa. gained such rapid headway when discovered -
Representative Williams of Miasi that all efforts to save the Ocala .
I THE CONDUCT OF I sippi has introduced a bill providingfor I I building or even iU contents were
futile. ---
the refunding to certain states cot
Xo definite plans as to the housing
rL PUBLIC OFFICIALS ton taxes paid in lSG5, lSi/ and 1867,
] Of the boys located in the destroyed
and for that
appropriating $65,000,000
building have yet been made. T icLAssllIDiis

; The supreme court of Minnesota, purpose. Interesting Church Statistics. f fWe 4
[This bill, if it passes will put
in a recent decision i reversing a libel
many thousands of dollars Into the At the recent session of the Florida t

verdict, lays down the principle that pockets of the people of this county, Annual Conference at Lake City the Candidly Believe That Our Line Surpasses Anything in the City for Quality.Ladies' ..

a citizen has a right to comment fair and will be a windfall to many au reports showed! : t

ly on the conduct of a public official "old timer."-ED. BANNER.) Local preachers, 113; members,
and Gents' Toilet Sets $1.50 to $12 00
22,062, an increase of 631; Epworth ,
land that the publication of such comment Gelds and C. .
Coughs, Stipition.Few Leagues, 83, members, 2,924; Sunday Latest Designs in Sterling Silver, Celluloid and Plush Finish.
ia is not libelous. realize when taking
\ newspapers people
; schools, 21)7) ; teachers, 2,021 ; scholars! ,
cough medicines other than Foley'a Sterling Silver Back Combs and BrushesJust
I\: E. J.Herringer was a candidate fort 15,225; raised: for conference claim
and 'lar that contain
Honey they the Thing for Christmas Present for Your Best Friend.
' electiOn as auditor in Norman opiates which are constipating besides ant:, $3,199; foreign missions, $3,869;

county. Failure on the part of con being unsafe, particularly for child Fletcher's Special $312; domestic Nice Lot Decorated China and Glass WareTea

ren. Foley's Honey and Tar containsno missions, t3,9&5j church extension,
to ditch has caus"ed Sets Pickle Dishes Bowls Fruit Dishes Pitchers.
tractors complete a opiates, is safe; and sure and will Sugar ,
1,156; !education, $2,192, besides what
much dissatisfaction. Peter O. not constipate. Postoffiue Drug
was raUtd for the seminary. STATIONERY STATUARY PERFUMERYCrane
t tagberg: published a letter in the Nor. Store. m ,
-- Bonds Etc. The Prettiest in Town. Lazelle's
--- Linen, and French's.
Herald the
,man County criticising Mr. Long Has a Word to Say to the Boys Life Saved Frtm' Membraneous Imperial Silk. All Sizes. Colgate Seely's. }

auditor and other county officials for Grand Jury. Croup.C. -

h being too lenient with the bondsmen. To the Editor oi the Ocala Banner. C. \ Lynch a prominent citizenof II

One sentence in the letter was: As the general presentment of the Winchester, Ind., writes, my
1iltl boy had a severe attack of meatjranei -
jf, "County officials that have proved late grand jury in and for the body of >us croup and only got relief A ITI-MONOPOLY ,DRUG

their incapacity to manage the county :Marion county, indicates a desire for after taking Foley's Honey and Tar. STOJ

affairs should not be reelected to information why it is that the s-me He got relief after taking one dose .A W

[continue similar failures. number of persons that were on the and I feel that saved the lif.of my
boy." Refuse substitutes rostoffiee
The auditor sued for $10,000 and got pauper list at the time of locating the
Drug (Store. mQuietly
verdict for $250.( Tbia the supremecourt poor farm are not now inmates thereof -
Married.At .
{ overturns. I desire to state for its information
I 8 o'clock Thursday night at the
; Justice Brown says in the syllabus: i that three fourths the paupers
I residence of Gen. Bullock Mr. SanvielDavis -xXx- -xXx--xXx- -xXx- --xyx<.--KXX- -xyx- -xyx-
"First. In an action for libel it ia i -xxx- -xyx xxxxxx
under the old system were physicallyable
-xXxxXx- -xXx- -xXxxXx- -xXxxXx- -xXx--xXx--xXx- -xXx- -xXxIf -
and Miss Carrie L.
held (a)that an alleged defamatory to partly support themselvesby Moody U L

.- publication must be taken and con ordinary labor. The occupants of Tyner wen quietly married. Both of kl xx
the well known in HIGHEST QUALITY" IS OUR MOTTO.
people are
strued in the light of the ordinary the poor farm are required to do such young I IIil I i

?.:signification and import of its: Ian. labor as they are physically able to this city. 3

''\guage; (b) that the natural and ordinary perform, and no more than that. If Liverspots! have spoiled many pretty xxI

meaning of the language or the poor farm had as inmates the I complexions, and nothing eo com H MARION II -
II I pletely removes them ..as Ramon'sTonic I )
words cannot be enlarged, extendedor sarad class of paupers that were receiving .
Peculator. Just a mite of this iiII I
restricted by innuendo, and (c) from two to five dollars per xK
vegetable powder on retiring
that the article complained of m this month at the time it was institutrd paints the bloom of health on the AR I !!

,action is not libelous. it would, with such reasonable laboras cheeks. Large tin box 25<:. Postoflice BARD _

:' "Second. A citizen has the legal they were able to perform, be self Drugstore. m xx xx

right to comment fairly and with au nuataining. The board of county Mrs. ('. Y. Miller and daughter, IIii :

r.::bonest purpose upon the conduct of commissioner are not infallible, Mrs. Fred Newbern, of Leroy returned COMPART kxI

f r public officers, and the publication oft neither are grand juries. Each are home Monday afternoon from XX

such comments, fair and temperate Intone human and it is human to err. visit to friends at Gainesville.A IIii n

: will not subject the author to an H. W. LONG ki Iney or bladder trouble can I i HEADQUARTERS FORPOULTRY II!

action for damages." Fla. Dec. 19. Xx
Martel, ,
always t>e cured by using Foley'Kidney XX

A Frightened Horse Better Than a Plaster.A Cure in time. Postoffice I ALL STEEL I i
Running like mad don the street piece of flannel dampened with Drug store m 11 E FENCE

dumping the occupants, or a hundred Chamberlaiu'sPiia Bum and boundon *5 $ II

other accidents, are every dy occur- the aflected parts, is better than a I ifif I RABBIT AND LAWN FENCE. Itii(
rences. It behooves everybody to plaster for a lame back and for painsin GUILTYOF '

have a reliable salve handy and there the side or chest. Pain Balm has u I 1 sanrtn 5 *x

: is none aa good as Bucklen's Aanica no superior aa a liniment for the deep GROSS NEGLIGENCE Absolute efficiency at least rxm nn. so cs .ry. 1 i'' Itii

,', Salve. Burns,cuts,sores,eczema and seated, muscular rheumatic pains. A practical fence that will

L' piles disappear quickly under its For sale l>y all.druggisU and medi cin DID NOT HEED TARNINGSThl I I positively turn cattle, 41.,,,cn. \,/1 1 I I I IXC
| soothing eflect. 25c. at Anti-monopoly dealeara. m fx
!Ifi% Drue Store and Tydings and Corn I This I* the verdict'that should be rea. 1 XX Xx horses, hogs and 34mcH / \AA/ ItIt I I II
Answer te Correspondeats. of death front kU I I I A fence
bred la 10 many oases pigs. 2slses I
1.1: Notice No! The editor of the Ocala Banner My tlHitei. 1 tlifil ttorta, wklck I I that is strong "' XxXx I

c| By order of the Board of County will not be eoademned to a could lave been tully caret b..,1*.U4 x x practically everlasting .fa.trKb.trcH ( .+I.Wi.i -.. xii

,r' Commissioners, I am directed to give scanty bill of fare this Christmas, and DUtotei.terminates la Bright Dlim or proven rr ,. ., IiI I I IC

. ." notice to all delinquent occupational thanks to friends whose kindness we I I thoroughly effix )C X
\ Most of these victims eculd lave(41iei ) 1X

',-* license tar payers, that it said license appreciate.Hon. fcj taking TOUT'S KOUIT CVSB 1I cien i t unde r. ,. >: -r+ ... ,.......-,.,.. )I II
?.k kUs for the year 1903 is not paid by Henry W. Long, whose name u It positively will eve anT CAM .f kidney I I every possible :I

I. the 1st day of January, 1904, the will long be remembered in this county or bladder llaem If Uk. ia tint, 11X I I condition. EYE3Y ROD OF ELLW09D FENCE IS GUARANTEED l I Ikx

'.., the penalty will for such omission be baa placed us under obligations for but It cannot make nw kidney for 1n. XI SI
I* donH risk Ute and health \7 delay tat II If yon want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the I II I II
immediately enforced by prosecution spare I I
% some nice country sausage take FOLZT'I KIDHBT Cone it once.
.s ELLWOOD FENCE and let show for how little I
: In the courts. E. L. CARNEY, ribs, and Dr. S. H. Blitch, whose life Diseased kidneys Injure all cf the er- 11X I I us you money you I

w2t Tar Collector. of <1deeds enshrine his gins as they then fall to eliminate poison XI.I can get absolute satisfaction. k
,,1218 Letters Patent Issued. name alongside that of Santa from the blood which account for the I I IfM I I
many different symptoms of till dli aM. .
patent have been grantedfor Claus, has sent us in a fat FOLXT'I KIDSKT Cuai make the kid 11! 1 We are Ocala Agents for A A1 TII

the incorporation of the Standard young turkey, and we are promised Refs right and the attendant Ills quickly

& Heraando Railroad Company, with I a fat roast ofl' of "Soup Bones," I disappear. ]1 i

headquarters at Holder. The capital the big steer bought from the Palmetto .-.1 Watch your kidneys, at you mal bs \\1 "FAVORITE" srrOVES& RANGES H Xx
: Disease
drifting toward'Bright'a ; ,
t atock is$50,000,and the purpose:! is to Park Stock Farm near Ocal and remember, that the work of doatructloa. II I II?

:. build and oporate a railroad from recently butchered by the Florida goes on constantly,and If Ton have rUe ll
s Standard In Marion county, to Her- Meat Packing Company. Friends, tool to believe your kidneys or bladder II XX

:.: nando, in Citrus county, a distance of I Ir indeed, are beginning early to fill our are affected, you should take FOLXT'I XX I Ix I

about twenty five miles. Joseph i stocking with good things and it Knmir' Cm at reawtLBitYKOa sow cad remove al II IIM 1 1Ii i
of fatal
Buttgenbach, George F. Dittmar and makes us feel that our year's labor is WEBB,of Molts,N.T,write. : ii The Marion Hardware Company :

C. H. Lloyd are the stockholders. not unappreciated.You "I had been troubled with my kidneys ,

-------- for twenty-fir year and had tried several
1t Timely Tepic. Know What You Are Taking phyalclans but received no relief untti OCALA; FLORIDA. itM!k S
take Grove's Tasteless 1
and colds When you
At this season of coughs I bought a bottle of FOLET'S KIDDY
It is well to know that Foley's Honey Chill Tonic because the formula is CUBE. After using two bottle I wu I ix Xx tl I I IQ
bottle show- i
,and Tar ia the greatest throat and plainly printed on every absolutely cured. I earnestly recommemfCLZx'B -xxxxxx- ". t
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dung remedy. It cures quickly and ing that it simply iron and quininein KlDSST CUSS." r -Xx-xXxxXx-xxx--: -xXx--xxxxxxxxx-xXxxXxxXx xxxxxx- -xXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXxxXx-fiJ"
form. No cure no pay, ;
cold a tasteless
t:1:, prevents serious results frem a
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I t. THE NEGRO IN THE SOUTH. were white. They are as much protected DO YOU GET UP -- .... .. "

I' by the law as anyone. Ocala is' e I
4 a typical southern community. Thereare WITH A LAME BACK ? :: :

', .' A great majority of the newspapersAnd a thousand like it in the south,
L : the people of the north are very I where white* and blacks live side by Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.

l unjust to the south iu their discus! side, have no trouble, and hardly
...i + Almost everybody who reads the news-
think there is
cioua of the negro problem mainly because ever any papers is sure to know of the wonderful OCALA'S CHEAPEST STORE,

tOt thdY are ignorant of the facts will be-good--news to-the- mothers 'L-J::= J cures Kilmer's made Swamp-Root by Dr. Leads the procession in Holiday and Xmas Goods: We have the largest, cheap

in the cased cited by them and wholly of small children to learn that croup of I the great kidney, liver sst and prettiest and most varied stock in the city. The public has already
can be prevented. The fir&t sign i and blander remedy.
-to unacquainted with tbr neutral; croup is hoarsr ess. A day or two > -. It is the great medical given the verdict in our favor. What more?
of this 8vf of the nine-
; character of the white people -I triumph
before the attack the child becomes
JJj| teenth century; discovered I .
I :. section and especially as to their feeling hoarse.! This is soon followed by a !illl rl after years of Dolls and Tea Sets. We have more of them Misses Furs, Capes and Jackets. -"

toward the negro. yeculiar cough. Give Chamberlain's it : scientific research: by than any two stores in Ocala. Our Notion Department is loaded with
of this Cough Remedy freely as soon as the i'j vg Dr. Kilmer the eminent Tin and iron have them in Towels Napkins ;
;, Mr. J. IL Benjamin, city, kidney and bUd- Toys. ; we everything Hosiery,
in *recent issue of the Truth Heeker, child become hoarse: or evenilafter -11---- der specialist, and, Is great quantities. Handkerchiefs, Collars and Neckties for I
in the rough cough appears, and it will wonderfully successful in promptly curing In fancy china and opal ware we lead. Men, Women and Children. Table cloths '
a free-thought newspaper printed dispel all symptoms of croup. In lame back kidney bladder, uric acid trou- A great assortment fancy Toilet articles of Jewelry of every description, Corsets, the '

k Sew York City, contributes a very this way all danger and anxiety maybe form bles and of kidney Bright's trouble.Dr. Disease. ,which u the worst SS all kinds in celluloid and ebony, for ladies latest Belts. Hand and Chatelain Bags .; ;

able defense! of the white people of avoided. This remedy is used by Kilmer's Swamp-Root U not recommended and gents. ; Bracelets, P rket Books, Combs, Ladies ti -r ;

the south on this very much many thousands! of mothers and has for everything but if you have kid- Autograph and Photograph Albums. Shirt Waist Sets, Clocks and Watches, etc I -

never been known to fail. It is, in ney, liver cr bladder trouble! it will be found The largest assortment of blank and cap'j Knives and Forks and Spoons. r':I

misunderstood subject. fact, the only remedy that can always just the remedy you need. It has been testedIn pistols in the city. We have everything I Tin and Crockery Departrae ij We have ;: 1

-" Among other things Mr. Benjamin be depended upon and that is practice so many, among ways,the in hospital helpless work too poor,in private to purchase you want in Holiday Goods Suitable for all : a complete line of Tin and E amel ware. 1

Bays: pleasant and safe to take. For sale by relief and has proved so successful in ages and sexes. We can furnish your: kitche and dining I
., I have been all over the south. I all druggists and medicine dealers. m every case that a special arrangement has Our Shoe and Clothing Departments offer room from bottom to top.
never knew wLTie e people to burn a been made by which all readers of this paper unprecedented bargains in Shoes, Men andVe make special discount Schools, Sun. 4

negro school bouse. Such. things Some Her Conumdrums.Mr. who have not already tried it, may have a Boys' Suits Caps and Hats, and Ladies' and day Schools and Churches.Remember ,;
sample bottle sent free by nail. also a book
have happened, I know, but few and D. W. Davis hands us the following telling more about Swamp-Root and how to j t f

far between. In Ocala, ten years ago, and we hope some of our find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. the Place
the negro public school building was When writing mention reading this generous 11ft
readers will send in an answer to it: .
burned. Nobody has accused any offer In thi-paper :,
white man of setting fire to it. It is "Three Graces, carrying roses, met send your address. THE NEW RACKET, OCALA, FI .A.
:.. the Nine Muses Each of the Grace Dr.Kilmer&Co.,
( believed that the carlessness of a hamton N. Y.
sx negro caused the fire. The negroes gave to each of the Muses one eight- regular fifty cent and Bom*of awfellar .... Next Door to Broadway Millinery Store. Ocala's, Greatest Millinery Emporium. '.:
ay eo themselves. That school house teenth of her roses, and then each of sizes are sold by all food druggists 3 .

, has been rebuilt. It is a neat and the Muses had twelve roses less than I.i t-

substantial building. By far the each of the Graces. How many roses- .._ ...._ .. ." ,
I did each of the Graces have when I
of the
greater proportion: cost came
out of the pockets of white taxpayers. they met the Nine Mutes?" I IRpv. Holiday !

: There may be some white toughs in L. B, Warren sends in the following .
this school district who would pet it on which he says emanates from r- -

.J\rt' if they did sit, white menivohld England and ia evidently intendedto ExposuresBring
send them the
i ; to penitentiary
disturb our rest: i

iu short order Said Robin to Richard: "If ever I HOne
,. This county, Marion, is an average come CABLE COMPANY
southern county. The negroes num.
To the age you are now, brother on Coughs, Colds,
ber between thirty and forty per cent
of the population. They receive mine, Grippe and other troubles
Our unltd, will amount to a sum j
about thirty per cent of I he school that only be promptly
;, lund. They pay less than five percent Of yean making ninety and nine." can of the and Most Substantial in the
., of the taxes. They pay a larger Said Richard: "That's certain, and nipped in the bud bv using Largest : J

of in this if it be fair
proportion the taxes county
For to look forward far
U3 so I
than in the average southern county.
Take the south through, the negro I then shall be double the age that I TROPICAL l United States _

does not pay five per ctut not any. you were
When I the that .
wad age you are.
where near it, of the public burden.
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Take the south through, and he gets The Ann problem was a feature ot ---- -- -- -- -

j i: twenty-fl or thirty-five per cent of the American invasion, and the PINE-APPLE I ( !

the school fund. You don't have to grave dons of Oxford and Cambridge This Manufactures !
take my word for it; the public
have been lying awake o' nights In -

records Ho you are see accessible.that if southern whites attempting to solve the mys ry. T TAD R AND WINE and Sells Direct the :

r made a practice of burning negro Who this new enemy of mankindis t t t t t

school houses, they would bum their may never be known, just as the The Great Florida Reme-

i- own popertj, or, at least, property perpetrators of the Ann proposition
they would have to replace; tor they dy, backed by more thana
be known but he has at
I may never ,
favor educating the negro, aud are million dollars of Florida -

paying for his education right along. least succeeded in starting a contagion i capital. Look at the Conover # Gable Kiijgsbury

which seems to be as catching as the JJt
first one. names of the gentlemenwho
In this county, a few mouths ago, a ,
negro committed a brutal aud inexcusable It's a little hard on the public, compose this com "

7.- murder, shooting down with which has troubles of its own, to pany and see if this is nota Schubert Wellington 1

_, out warning and in cold blood) a t'prjtbis new question so close upon sufficient guarantee of
young white man: The victim was the ,eelsof the other, but as an en-
very popular; he was also the sole merit.;
support a wife and two little child. terprising newspaper, with an eye d

dren. The not single; to our professional duty, we Wm. S. Jordan. Pres.. Banker and Capitalist' "
was lynched
; .
Chas. Blum Vice Pus, Wholesale Merchant.J. PIANOS &
he was brought to Ocala and given a feel that we must give our readers .J. Williams, zd Vtce'I res., Commercial Sales l

-'Ii.- q, fair and orderly trial* (Such things! the benefit of it, if benefit it be. B man.W.Sperry.Treasurer, Prop. Duval Hotel. :
happen sometimes in the south, but Thos.A. Davia, Sec'y and Mjrr.Publisher.D. .
So figure away. HMcMillan. Vice-Pres. Consolidated Naval
northern papers seldom comment 011 Stores Co. ,

them.) When brought to trial t enegro Revolution Imminent.A W.E. K C. Yeiser West, Capitalist Pres.The and Metto Lumber Co. Manufac .....-.. .::: ....'. :_-- :. .- :', ; ':-..:'-- .
had no lawyer. He was penniless sure sign of approaching revolt tur r. ,
L.A.Fraleigh Cashier Bank of Madison.T.
and friendless.*The judge called and serious trouble in your system is .C. Smith Ass't Cashier Bank of Madison.A. : I

on a lawyer to defend him. The nervousness, sleeplessness, or stomach Geo.. H.T.West.Hodgson Capitalist,General and Real Southern Estate Agent Dealer.N. Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times, :

gentleman he called on was! not, as it upsets Electric Bitten will quickly Y. Life Ins Co.
D.P.Smith,Tax Collector Votusia Co. i
f usual in such cases, young untried dismember the troublesome causes.It H.II. McCreary, Editor Daily Gainesville Sun.
willing to take for the never fails to tone the stomach, D. E.Thompson.General Manager St. Angus
man, any case tine Daily Record.
take of reputation and practice. He regulate the kidneys and bowels, Wm.J. Bryan,County Solicitor Duval Co. send us your order we pay all expenses and !
Wm. A Evans.
stimulate the liver the
was a lawyer of ripe age and experience -
standing in the front rank blood. Run down systems benefit =-:!' I
and all the usual attending Try a bottle and if not
of the profession in the state, a man particularly satisfaction
whose fees are large and time taken aches vanish under its searchingand pleased write the com- guarantee :s

up with important cases. He would thorough Effectiveness. Electric ,
of the
not have taken the case had it been Cillers is only SOc. aud that is return pany or any one I

one of a moneyed criminal for lees ed if it don't give perfect satisfaction. above gentlemen and get

than a thousand dollars; but he defended Guarautaed by Anti-Monopoly DrugStore your money back'. Made J. A. JORDAN Spa Branch
that destitute negro with all : and Tydings and Co. m ,
-- only by Trop. Mfg. Co..
the powers of his great skill and elo The Impeachment of Swayne.
quence. The speech he made to the and sold by air: druggists.
Milt Saul, the Washington correspondent -
jury was one ot the finest ever heard Franklin St ; Florida
1113 / Tampa
in a Florida court room. The negro of the Atlanta Journal I, says lfrott69tonat. ,

was convicted. Demosthenes and that Congressman Lamar, of Florida,
-- ---------- ----
- - - .
Cicero combined could not have saved is flooded with telegrams of congratulations m E.BIGGS, I, -- --
I '
him in the face of the evidence-and -
from of the
; parts country, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
neither of those ancient advocates ;
and especially from Pensacola over (Office in Gary-Aguew Block.) Hill ;
could have done more to save him. OCALA I FLORIDA Fern Rye
his in the resolutions
There is a negro in the county jail victory passing

now,under sentence of death for rape looking toward the impeachment of l J D. FULLER.:_ "That Good Whisky. '

committed on a little negro girl. Ht Judge Charles Swayne. DENTIST. 1 1I
was defended by two white lawyers.He Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank.Ocala,Fla. I
Milt Saulsa3 in closing his article
was tried and convicted. His law
about the incident M. THOMPSON.
yers appealed and obtained a new : J H .ROSENTHAL SONS, DISTILLERS,
trial. It resulted like the first. They Florida has evidently chosen well PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
: have obtained a btay of proceedings in the selection of Judge Lamar. His Office over Teapot Grocery,Opp, Monteznma. ,
and are still working to save his neck. splendidly equipped for the con. ,
The negro has no money. His friend EDWIN SPENCER OCALA, FLORIDA.
gressional duties which face him, and
bate very little. The lawyers,
in the opinion of many politicianshere ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, >i
whether successful or not, will be poor.
ly paid for their service, but they be. he is fitted for a senator's duties I IJ II I Jerry Burnett
lieve their client innocent and are and is destined to assume a Benator'stoga E. CHASE, _

doing all in their power to save him. before his public service is DENTIST, "
"fflttl( ( A M MHI.[
Ocala is a typical southern town. ended. OCALA FLA Merchant '"'.

About two-lifts of the population are A Thousand Dollars Worth ef Coed. .

negroes. Most of them are temperate A. H. Thurnes, a well known coal CARLOS L. SISTRUNK fA g( Have decided on the kind o

'- And industrious. They have several operator of Buffalo.O., writes"I have ATTORIET.AT.LAW. o hfertilizer ? It'
you are going to use
i stores, one of which is well patronized I I been afflicted with kidney and bladder Room.. Masonic Building Ocala;Fla. 5281 Tailoring.Ocala _
1 i not a question of how much, but ;
by whites. They have one good trouble for years, passing gravel or
sized factory- All the draymen, hack stones with excruciating pain. 1 got .. ,tc what kind when the best resul t]

drivers and waiters are negroes, many no relief from medicines. until I began. DR. E. T; ALLEN, MD. can be obtained. You can't make a j
i of the porters and not a few of the taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then the mistake when you use our high grade
mechanics They have one lawyer result was surprising. A few doses Eye and Ear SpecialistIn Florida. w r' fertilizers.

' and two doctors. They have a weekly started the brick dust like fine stones
and .
iI paper and a department in one of and now I have no* pain across my Ocala EveryTHURSDAY Imported JJ Highest cash price paid for dry bone j
Domestic Cloths.
"' : I feel like a new aCutting
the.white dailies. There ia no moreS kidneys ane man.

trouble between them and the. whites It has done me a thousand dollars MONTEZUMA HOTEL. -
k than there would be, probably,among worth of good. Postoffice Drug a SpecialtyFits ,

the people of the' community if all Store. m Guaranteed. OilnttfilU. Fli.


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