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: January 8, 1904
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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1 saK ""r"r"r"r"r'tr"rt1rtt""r"r"r"r"'rt1'" " " " '" 'iniN11r ''''' I We are indebted to Mr. John Mrs. Harvey Robinson and little r Doings in the Circuit Ceurt. I I Leap Year Dance

i I' of the Ocala Miss Van Deventer returnedto The circuit ,
-- -- Taylor, Manufacturing'I Emily Wednesday was in the One of the pleasant New Year

., -- Company, for one of the prettiest Gainesville Monday afternoon. : forenoon engaged in hearing the case r
:: ::: event in Ocala was Ir. and :Mrs. J.
i. calendars for '904 that we have yet They have been the guests of :Mr. of the Camp Phosphate' Company

Buy a Diary for 1904 een.Otco. and Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson duringthe against P. Jumeau and others. It was I Htarr Rtunl>er er's leap year dance

r holidays continued for the term. Monday night, which was given for
and Guy 'vadski, Bruce
:: :: I
= And Keep "Tubs" On Yourself.f Mrtl-rt, Hampton Chambers iud Miss Minnie lUreo, who attendsthe The balance of the morning was de- I their two charming and attractive +

Miss Parity Souter returned to the votd to selecting jury for the trial of MitoS Ida.Burkbeim of Gainesville
guests, -
:: :: I Agues Scott:: Institute at Decatur,
Florida at Gainesville William Jacobs, whoop a former trial
:1 I u.t. Seminary GA., Hud who ha spent the holidays'" and Miss Hortense stern, of
buuu'ay.Miss was convicted of murder in the first
-- at home with her parents at Crystal' Savannah.
-- -- degree and sentenced to he hang
I Souter I River, pasted through:: Ocala Monday The attractive little home of :Mr.:
Shelly spendingthe
ed. An appeal for a new trial was
t -- and ocher way back to school. and Mrs. Sternbeiger artistically!
dolidVith her mother
rr made to the
aS5 -+ supreme court by his attorneys -
.. ----- decorated with holly, bamboo and '
-- aunt, has returned to Macon, Ga., and was granted. The
J Mr. Pratt Morris hud one of his mistletoe Big fires burning brightlyin
where she is a student in the Wesley- selected :and the is
,> lingers hurt at the electric light plant
the fire places gave a cheerful glow
Female .
A. D. Marlow, convicted during 1
-- Tuesday. He caught his hand in the and warmth to the scene. '
Christmas week was sentenced
J Charlie from machinery in some manner and a
Lloyd was up Dancing :was the 'feature of the
r Wednesday afternoon to hard laborin
Holder Sunday. Mr. Lloyd has been piece of one his fingers was cut off. evening and the entire house was
the state penitentiary for life. The
I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. 1 quite Pick for the past few days but The accident was not serious we are turned over to the merry dancers. -
scene was a most pathetic one. Judge
was greatly improved Sunday.Mb I glad to learn. Prof. W. I 8. Pike and Mr. L. Goodsell
Bullock had
known the prisoner
x supplied:! the music.
-- r.r Lily White, of Maidenhead, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer has issued many years and as he sid, most
Being the leap year theusual order
England, is the guest of her sister, : invitations to an international whist pleasantly. Mr. Marlow stood before

!1 1 1 1, 11 11 il il il il 1 1'jl' Jl Jl Jl Jl1JllJllJl JllJl1Jl1JiliS: Mrs. H. H. Harold. She will remainin : congress for Friday afternoon, January him, his head frosted over with many of things was of coune:reversed, and \
the ladies invited tht.r
Ocala for the inter. 15th at o'clock.. This party winters, and the recollection that he
,.. t leaves This anaugement was also carriedout
him a wife and ten
I will be a large and elegant atiair and

Mrs. \\'. E. Huifcon and littl is looked forward to with much children, mostly; little ones, added to in the dances, the ladies making

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE daughter, Lnuise,*who spent the holidays pleasure.Mr. the pathos of the occasion. The engagement with the gentlemen instead

in Tampa with friends Hud judgesaid the law had imposed upon of vice versa and from this reversal

Arch Mclver, of Fautville, -
represented lots of fun resulted.
LANDS.If relatives, returned home Monday- him a most painful duty and ia kind-
bis section in Ocala: Wed nes There were
present nearly forty
uoss to the prisoner Le made his re-
Miss Lora Burke, the fashionabledress day. Judging from his appearancethe
guests, them being'
marks as brief as possible. Asked if he I among quite a
maker, who has been absent good people in that neighborhood had I number of the married people.
anything to say' the prisoner replied -
you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or from the city for several weeks, returned are living on epare ribs, back-bone, that he had not. Punch wa served! between the

, lease on royalty communicate with him. Sunday and is at the Central sausage, friEd chicken, roast: turkey, His attorney, Hou. R. B. Bullock, dances and other refreshments were

hotel. milk and honey. 'served later.
has appealed for
q a new trial. y

Col. Nic Barco, the hustling repre- M.-:;. Conley, who for a number of Air. and Mrs. Sternberger are de

j tentative of the Crystal River section, the A Geod Bank Statement. lightful entertainers and were pleas-
,Office nest to tar Smith. Post ffiCt BlocV. Ocala, Fla. years was the chief milliner in

was in Ocala Wednesday closing two establishment of the late Mrs. Hick, Attention is directed to the condition u tly assisted by their guests, Miss

.-l=JI'i!! ___ __ -& '-'lItll1: ." -i""......, big sales that he made the day before but who for some months has been in of the Commercial Bank of Jacksonville Stern and Miss Burkhtiui! and those

;-- ---- I I, the millinery business at Jacksonille, which is printed elsewherein present last night are indebted to

ELISABETH HASSIS Local Editor bliss! Annie McCarthy has returnedto our paper today. them for an unusually pleasant evening -
3m the business Tuesday.Mrs.
y Prof. Karl J. Weihe, a young and was in city on
her studies at St. Joseph's Academy The deposits it will be seen amountto .
popular musician of this city, returned Conoly ray return to Ocala to
TOWN St. Augustine.Mrs. considerably more than a half
ABOUT Christian Churc! .
HAPPENINGS last night after spending the holiday9 reside.Mr. *
million dollars.
it Newton Redding his returned in Ocala-Jacksonville Metropolis and Mrs. Clarence Camp gave u The services at the Christian

r. x:' Col. W. B. Wilson, of Charleston, home from a visit to her son, Mr.:: W. six o'clock New Year's dinner com- This shows its standing in the church continue to grow in interest..
-- --- metropolis.
S. C., is at the Ocala IIou e.f.lr. i A. Redding, in Jacksonville. It is strongly probable that Dr. plimentary to Rev. L. B. Warren last The Commercial Bank Wednesday night Mr.Taylor spoke on '
of Ocala
Will Hocker spent Monday atBranson I ,Li..k, of Connor, will come to Ocalato night. Mr. Warren invited as his is a "Love's Reward," taking the. text
V part and parcel of
t Mils i Mamie Ed wards,of Petersburg, CommercialBank
"all work for to
busiuess. reside. His many friends here guests all the preachers of the city things together good
2 on professional Va., arrived in Ocala dunday and is of Jacksonville, yet its depositsare those who love the Lord." It was
hope that the rumor will become a and their wives. The occasion was avery
the guest of :Mrs. Ed Caimicbael. not included in this statement.It .
excellent of God's word
HP. Leon Hauloa has returned fact. pleasant: one.Mrs."Thomas an position
is a strong fiscal institution
York, after a short visit here. Mr. Dixon Irvine, of McIntosh, was and very impressive Six: united
:I Col. R. F. Rogers!, the new superintendent Bond, :Miss Claudia U constantly growing Atror.ger.FOLEnllONEYANDTAR.
with the congregation. Baptism tonight -
our callers on Monday as was ,
:Mr. Jack Ball, of Gainesville was among of the Mariou Farms, ar- Bond and Mr. Edward Bond, of "-
'f also Mr. John T. Lewis of Moss Mr. Taylor an announced as his
shaking hands with friends here Wedges rived WeJnesday, and will become a Savannah, who formerly spent the I
Bind subject for tonight, "Why we .
lay. ______ permanent citizen of this county. winter in OC11tare spending this I 4to...the cough and heals lua<;. suade Men.

Charles Baker has returned :Mr.: W. T. Wheeler, who has been winter at the Aragon hotel in Atlanta. I
Mr. A. M. Williamson, editor of the I
the holidays with relativesin
from visit to her parents iu Troy, spending Ja.cbonvilleFloridian, passed through +**+.......+.......+....+.........+...........+.**++:
Macon returned to Onala
I I Mr. W. B. of Gainesville, a
Ocala yesterday from a tour through
member of the B&ird, Taylor Co., of '
Mr.Jim Pyles, after a short visit at South Florida. He says the state is .. .
Harvey Hutchinson, after that city was among the prominent
home, returned to his position at Fort in splendid shape. t Our bank did not leap full armed into the es- \
spending a day or two in this city men in the city Monday. Mr. Taylor

Myer. ___. and vicinity returned to Gainesville Miss Bessie Porter, who has been came down from Gainesville Sunday I I : teem of the public. It proved its right to live, it :

justified popular support by rendering service. It t
Mr. R. J. Knight, of Crystal River, Wednesday. spending the holidays at home with afternoon and returned Monday.Mr. : *
is the fixed determination of its founders that these
numbered Ocala's visitors her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. C. :
was and Mrs. Jack : .
Mr Clarence Camp conditions will continue. .
Wednesday.Mrs. Porter, returned to Stetson University Max Rich, who for ten years
Camp have both been quite sick for i MUNROE & CHAMBLISS. Bankers s
Sunday afternoon.' made Ocala his headquarters, but .
E. H. Mot has returned to several days past but were.better Wed. OCALA, FLA. .
for the past two years has had his
Jesburg, after a week' visit to her terday.Dr. Mr. and Mre. Finley Peter Dunneare Ni............1.....01...........N......N....1.N:
headquarters in Savannah, ia again,
sister, Mrs. Wm. Hocker. W. H. Powers has just purchased in Miami and will remain for the
we are pleased 10 say, in this territory
a handsome new physician's entire at the Royal Palm hotel.
season and will make Ocala his permanent Good Handsome, SubstantialFURNITURE
Mr. J. K. Wits on, who has been Stanhope. It is a very fine looking Mr. Dunne is better known as the RW
headquarters. He is still representing .
quite ill for the past two weeks, was turnout. famous "Mister "
,: the well known shoe house of'Yeilti
able to be out Wednesday. :Mt.: Leon Hanlou, of New York, is

Plumley Dickinson, who spent the : Company, of Savannah.
spending a few days with friends in

,. Mr. A. R. Griffin, of Anthony, was this city. Mr. Hanlon formerly work holidays in Ocala with his sister, Mr?. i
of ladies
Quite a number were at
11.. a prominent. reprsentative of his section ed in the Star office. 8. R. Whaley, left Monday afternoon the bowling alley Monday afternoon. i

t. in Ocala Wednesday. far Sutherland, where he attends the .
, Col. T. Watkins, of Nocatee, a Several: games were bowled with the

I i' Mrs. Mary A. Straughan, of Lewiston big orange grover who is well knownin Conference College.Mr. result that Mrs. G. R. McKean made At Reasonable Prices. .

W. Va., is on a visit to her sister, this city, is shipping a big quantity George Lynch, of Gainesville, the biggest score. Bowling has lost .

Mrs. W. C. Lindsay. of fruit to Cuba. has been elected president of the none of its attractions for Ocala people

:I :Miss Annie Mae Standley has returned Miss Nellie Hooper, after spendingtwo State Teachers' Association and the and now that the holidays are over Ocala Furniture Co.

from a short visit to Miss weeks in Ocala with her sister, convention will be held at Miami will probably be more popular than

fable Yarn at Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. J. Moorehead:: returned to next winter.Miss ever. _

: Jacksonville Sunday. Douella Griffin, of Anthony, Mrs. George W, Martin gave the

L Mr. J. B. Griggs, of Lyune, was,a who teaches in the Conference College primary class of the Methodist Sun I9O4 I IHE S90r, E

; pleasant caller at this office Tuesday.He Mr. E. W. Gillis, who speeds his r
.. Sutherland, passed through day school a very delightful party
speaks hopefully of his section. winters Silver Spring: Park, was;
Ocala Monday for that! place after Tuesday afternoon. This class of fifty
among our welcome callers on Wednesday -
Mr. and Mrs. o. F. Shatter, of Weir I. spending the holidays at home. little boys and girls, of which Mrs. WISH YOU ALL
morning. t
"; Park, are rejoicing over the arrival of :Martin is the much loved teacher, all
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Fair Moody,
a son a: their house several days ago. Misses Mary and Rebecca Anderson brought their missionary boxes filled Y
I"i of Palatka, who were married onThanksgiving
left for Lynchburg, Va. with pennies that they have saved
Hon. C. M. Brown has shortened Tuesday ,
: day at the bride's
i during the After counting the A NEW YEARAnd
after spending the holidays at PROSPEROUS
i i.
his platform and enlarged picture with their home in New York, spent Sunday in money refreshments were served.
. in the Belleview News-Letter. Ocala with Mr. Moody's mother, Mrs.E. .
t Games were then played and all spenta

I Miss Helen and Master Julius :Miss Sallie Camp, who has been at P. Moody.Mr. merry afternoon.In .

Brown entertained their little friends home for a two week's vacation, left Jno. N. C. Stockton and Mr. We Propose to Help to Make It Such '

Tuesday for Virginia to continue her led Four Weeks With La Irippe. ,
Friday afternoon.Mr. If FURNITURE
very royally Gus Morton were prominent visitorsto Selling on Small Marginsof
. studies at the Hollins Institute.Mr. We have received the following
our city Wednesday. They were Profit Will Do It. Get Our Prices, forWe'll
and Mrs. Harry Cline, of Au- letter from Mr. Roy Kemp, of Angola,
burndale, are the guests of Mrs. Otis Landers, who was so badly here for the purpose of closing a big Ind. "I was in bed four weeks withla Certainly Save You DoUars This :Year.

hurt on the day before Christmas: aId phosphate deal and incidentally to grippe, and I tried many remedies
Clino'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. ""-
who baa been in the hospiU.1 since do a little missionary work in the and spent considerable for treatment

Yonge. that time, was moved Wednesday grassy field of politics. Both gentlemen with physician!, but I received no relief ,1f

For bad taste In the mouth take a until I tried Foley's Honey and '
a afternoon to the home of his parentsin were suave and smiling and
few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach Tar. Two small bottles of this media 8
the second ward. He is steadily looking pleasant They were giving
and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. cine cured me, and now I use it ex- .

Warranted to cure. For sale by AntiMonopoly improving and will be all right in the the irresistible and magnetic hand- clusively in my family." lake no

Drug Store. m course of time. shake to a warm finish. substitutes. Postoffice Drug Store. a '. FLORIDA
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Aching JointsIn I ."id..cetl

Inhere Did We Get the Right t. the Cie of the Pawa IB fonveylag t h* Proper Thing to Do Wheat tats

the fingers, toes, arms and other The annual meeting of the BelleS farmers of this section are very Borr.w In Mathematical Food to the Momth. to a Holdap.

parts of the body, are joints that are view Library Association was held busy preparing for the coming crop. Where did-we get the right to borrow Kangaroos use their hands very A muii who carries his money end

inflamed and swollen by rheumatism- Monday night at the residence of /Several have already commended In mathematics?" asked a man readily to hold food in and to put it to his watch in his left hand will never

that acid condition of the blood which who takes an Interest In curious things. their mouths. As their fore legs are so lose a penny nor a timepiece In a hold

affects the muscles also. Mrs. Meln poe. Officers were elected planting oats.Winter "We always pay back-a thing we short that they have to browse In a up. The precaution, which Is a per-

Sufferers dread to move, especiallyafter and routine business transacted. is still with us and holds us sometimes fail to do In other relation- looping position. they seem pleased feet one is so simple that few people

when able to secure a large bunch of have thought of It. Yet it has the
sitting or lying long, and their Messrs. E. S. Gardner and Amzl a cold hand wherever we chance to thlps in lif cabbage or other vegetable provenderand sanction of the police and Its efficacy i
condition is commonly worse in wet Barnum took last week to right to borrow In the first Instance?
a trip go to hold it in their hands to eat has been proved In more than one In- Q

weather."It Tampa aud Manatee returning Mon Mr. H. L. McConu, of the United Take a simple illustration In subtraction Sometimes the young kangaroo, looking tance.As 11

has been a long time since we have : The teacher will tell the pupil to out of the pouch catches one or soon as the citizen is confronted p
been without Hood's Sarsaparilla My States: regulars stationed at Egiuont
father thinks he could not do without It. day.J. subtract 4,322 from C.421. We put the- two of the leaves which the old one by the holdup man he will If be has f3

lie has been troubled with rheumatism D. Pope has moved his commissary -! Key" spent Christmas with relatives problem down after this fashion: drops and the pair may be seen each his money and his watch in his fcand

since is he the was a medicine boy and he Hood's Sarsaparilla from tbe old camp to the store and friends in this section. He left 6,43 nibbling at the salad held In their throw them on the nearest lawn orj
only can take that
4.S2 hands, one. so to speak, "one floor"above Into the ditch. Xo highway robber has 'f lJ
will enable him to take his place In U>
e in the Masonic Block where it will be Friday to rejoin his
field." Miss ADA DarT, Sidney, Iowa.Hood's company. 2.099 the otter in ".lice In Wonder time enough to stop to funk for either. j

located until the buildings at the Uncle Joe" as well as others, ws land" the lizard is always making There Is no sense In carrying valuables
Sarsaparillaand Here we have the problem and the result :;:
notes on a slate and then trying to rub In the right hand because iWf first ,
the condition the
t newcamp are completed. very sorry to see of We know that we cannot say
Pills them out again with his fingers Clunyards' of
move accomplished holdup
Dr. Orlando Mixter was summon ; Christmas in last week'sBanner. two from one. So we borrow one and I
: program liz feet are so like hands that it man is to grab his victim by the right
J Remove the cause of rheumatism-no say 'two from eleven. and we get the i
ed to his home in Worcester, Mass., I We all know at least we Is rather surprising; that they are only arm. This movement Is made to prevent -
outward result 'nine. We back
application can. Take them. pay promptly
by urgent business, leaving here. should know that mistakes are apt to for instead of saying 'two from two used for running and climbing. But the victim from reaching for I
that is the main purpose to which revolver.
j BERLIN HAPPENINGS. Monday.The I happen in all businesses! but then all leaves nothing! ,' we say 'three from lizards apply them. The slow, deliberate \
twelve leaves nine.. But by what authority The man who tries to draw a revolver -

Belleview Workers gave a people are not alike by any means, do we say this? When did we clasping and unclasping of a while a holdup man Is tn frontof

Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. most enjoyable social in tbe town and as poor "Uncle Joe" is the ,one discover that this method would give chameleon's feet look like the movements him takes his life In file bands. If

After being silent for several which the hands of a sleepwalker a i citizen carries a revolver at all he
correct mathematical results? Thafs
hall Tuesday evening where a they him. He would liketo us
general jump on might make were he trying to t
should ban while
it In right J
months again knock for admission what I would like to know. Here we I carry
t social time was enjoyed, the ladies make a little correction here, have one of the problems which the creep down the banister. The chameleon'r In a dangerous street His money and
to the dear old
1. serving eake and hot coflee. although he believes it was a mistake doctrine of evolution may deal with. I are almost deformed bands yet his watch should always be in his left I
i O. B. Sellers : they 1 bav, a certain superficial resemblance -
,of Holder, is spending old fellow In the I Then after be has thrown them away i
After spending the holidays with ef the typest instead cf himself. Wall e suppose some long to .be'feet cf the parrots, which and the robber bas departed discom-
awhile here with friend, relatives and ago found that it wasnecessary, to devise I'
his family in Georgia Dr. Watson returned know that A-b-b-i-e does not spell i method of this mathematical more than other birds use the foot for ted the victim can take bit time about
a meeting -
his best girl.Sidney many of the purposes of a hand when
Monday to resume his practice Abbie nor Y-u-1-e-e does not spell emergency, so he hit upon finding his property.
Carraway has returned to feeding.To This simple plan discounts all the revolvers
the Idea of from of
: in the camps of Pope and Gordy. Ulee. "Uncle Joe" hope! they will borrowing one row see many of the smaller rodents- sword l
canes slungsbots an
Palatka. figures and paying back to the next
)[1'8. Alex Deibold, of Boston, look over these little mistakes and and met and conquered serious ground squirrels prairie dogs and marmots brass knuckles ever Invented and baa x'
so a
Miss Jessie very both
Carter, assistant teacher -hold their food usually in
' f .'__ Mass., arrived Saturday and is spending pardon him for his supposed carle- difficulty Too idea originated with is to learn a lesson in the dexterous the added beauty that It can be employed -:
at Lecauto, spent the holidays at, some and to that paws by a woman as well as by a
one some one we owe
a few days at the Seminole.Mrs. nesa. use of hands without thumbs.
home something. Mathematics would be man. To throw the purse or the watch
J. D. Pope has been entertaining Mr. J. H. Brass and family bid meaningless science without this ronyenlent Rats and mice do not as a rule, away takes but a fraction of a second:

Miss Lela Brown is spending a few "clinch"( what they bold, but merely and that isn't Jong.-Chlcago Tribune.
her brother, 0, E. Bane and wife, .literville and their many friends plan just as other things would support it in their paws, the movements
days at home, to the delight of her be useless but for the clever inventions
of Smithfield, N. C.Mr. here farewell Dec. 24. Mr. Brass being much less human than Stilt Walker. of France
friends. of men who have gone before. There is

many H. A. Carter, of Jacksonville, goes: to Taylor county, which place h t the thing, for instance, which stands they appear. Nothing more readily suggests In the south of France stilts are a

Keep your ear to the ground and tte momentary impression that necessity to the people, who are mostly f
was in town business left when he for nothing, the naught that roundymbolO.
Tuesday on came to Marion county.He a pretty little monkey is remotely "a '
listen for the shepherds. They must walk on stilts in
wedding bells in the It has a hibtory. We know
with Mr. J. D. Pope. has lived here for 15 years and its i man and a brother" than when he order to oversee their vast flocks of ;
near future. I how< they calculated before It came into
stretches out his neat little palm fingers
Mr. T.A. Mitchell; has severed his to the regret of hl ]many friend existence. But I will not tell you about sheep as well as to para through the t,
thumb and with all the
C. C. Hall and family, of Fleming. moveb ogs. ;--
connection with the Belleview that he has moved away. All Gaiter- it now. I was speaking about the borm ents proper to the civ'llzed' mode of
j ton, spent Xmas with Mr. and Mrs.J. rowing habit in mathematics and thatis These shepherds men. women and 1
Trading Company. villa wishes for him and his, health greeting insists on shaking hands. Butno children-walk continuously on stilts t
enough to think about at time.
T. Phillips. one
one feels in the least inclined to
from six to feet These f
sight high.
! Two cases were tried before JusticeJ. and happiness in their new "old" Do you know how and when it orIgi- I the
of of
the clawed digits
Mr. and grasp any
Mn. I* J. Sistrunk had a stilts are merely fastened to the feet
P family reunion Xmas. N. !Bhedd Monday. In that of howe, I nated-New Orleans Times-Democrat rodents which use their paws to bold Sometimes the stilts have uprights

t All their C. A. Tremere vs. Marion McCleu- Mrs. R. D. Stokes and baby are food. They are only "holders," not reaching as tar as the knees and bounil

children and grandchildren spent KEYS OF THE BASTILLE. hands.-London Spectator. firmly to the legs. G
dou decision was rendered in spending few
favorof a days in Ocala, the
Christmas day together. They came Generally these shepherds and shepherdesses

r from Dade City and Mays, in Taylor the plaintiff. In the case of Arch guests of Mrs. Cleveland and other Thor Owned HUturle by Relic.an \merleaD.The of Old. Part SECRETS OF SUCCESS. carry long poles, which they : ;.I

Jenkins, colored Fore friends can use either as balancing poles -
county. vs. white, for key", which locked the great or at < -..

alleged threatened assault. and "cus- Misses Cora and Frankie Ross 1-ft gates of the Bastille at the time of its _Push. raid the button. supports-very long canes, as It were '-=
The entertainment at Fellowship Never U? led said the pencil. reaching to the ground. They become .

school on Christmas sin out," which was tried by jury, Sunday to again take charge of their b fall hare of !been America For for a num- Take pains said the window. so expert in stilt walking that It is no f\
t eve was quite a er years. nearly a century
Mr. Fore, according to his own testimony schools. they remained in the possession of the Always keep cool, said the ice. unusual sight to see a shepherdess
su'-ceso, especially Mother Goo? and striding along on stilts that rate hlr8ix
was found guilty and flue Rev. Austin, the new minister for family of the Frenchman who took De up to date said the calendar.
Santa Claus The Christmas feet above the ground with her
: tree was them from the famous prison though Do business ca tick, said the clock.
$10 and costs.
this circuit, deliverer! two very inter balancing pole_ strapped to her back
ladeued with presents one and all the they have recently come into the possession Nc\tr lose your head said the barrel i
The Rf E, Rinsom and her hands busily knitting socks fore
v Currier, who tsting and instructive sermons at of
an Englishman tiring i In
: little ones *tr. nude happy sever do anything "ffliand. said th ':husband son or brother.

s went some time agto Clearwater to Cedar Grove /Sunday.An Quobee.When. ,IO'e.Doin.
Mfr and Alre. J. M. Bell have our the ,; The complete unconcern with whIch
r f retrain UU health, is expected to return "Evening Light Evangelist," mob stormed the prison on :: u driving business, said tbe these county folk make their way
sympathy the loss July 14. 17SO.:
,.. over of their infant a Parisian. CarrierLechastel hammer.Be .
r r :' Saturday and resume hU pulpit Rev. W. 0. Williams, is holding a is said to have been the along on Milts Is astonishing. One
son ou Dec. 271 b.
sharp In all your dealings, said might! almost that the children
t' Sunday meeting at Union Level church first to rash over the drawbridge as it Ray ;
I : Tile tournament the tile knife. have stilts given to them instead o'
on drew
;: a Everybody welcome and cordiallyinvited fell It was be. at any rate, who overtook ?
Miss Belle Strobel returned Sunday Trust to your stars for success, said cradles-Washington Star.
large crowd and eighteen gallant to attend. a fleeing Jailer and took the keys
from a visit to friends in Eendrick. the night!
from him. The mob immediately stuck
knights adorned in suitable costumes Mr. R. D. Stokes made a business:! Spend much time in reflection, said Mncleal Toae*.
The books and cases of the Public t the keys on the end of a spike and an
1 to Oeala A stringed instrument '
en their high stepping chargers show Monday, returning the Immense throng paraded with them the mirror. suspended In
Library have been moved from the same day. a favorable position near a pianofortewill
I- Make much of small things, said the
ed their horsemanship. Mr. M. T. through the streets. They were considered -
"' second story room at tbe MasonicBlock Best wishes to all. one of the most valuable trophies microscope. sound when tones correspondingto
-a PhIllips won the prize and crowned the open strings are produced on the
where they have been for two "UNCLE JOE. of the revolution. Strive to make a good impression.said .
pianoforte. The volume of the answering -
Miss Carraway. Sidney .Uarraway Lechastel kept tbe keys, and they the seal. r
years, into the apartments of Mrs. Raleigh N C., Jan. 6.-The state l tone will depend upon the atmospheric
won second place and crowned Mias remained in his family until ISoD. Find a good thing and stick to it.
charters the Shamrock conditions. the quality and color
Alvan Lucius, who will have chargeof Hosiery mills, when a descendant of the family emigrated said the glue.
Jennie Williams first maid-of honor; of Winston, capital stock 1100,000, of the persuading tone and the sensitiveness
to America, taking them with Turn
them in the future. all things to your advantaged of the
Mr. Elbert Williams'won third place I the stockholders being members of him. Eventually the keys were sal said the lathe. responding material. ".
Dr. Watson has moved into tba There is a familiar anecdote told of a
the Hanes family. A charter
is also to John Hamilton of St. Louis
crowned ,
Mica Mills; Ade Currywon Make the most of your good points, famous tenor who by tinging the tone
Masonic Block and granted the Hebron Industrial homeat them for
opened offices. twenty-five years, exhibiting said the compass.-Pittsburg Dlspaten h. that
i fourth was consonant with that'of
place and a
crowned MissIf Montreal near Asheville for orphans them from time to time when
T __ h"" JOSH.BLITCHTON. wineglass could make the glass shiver
.L gle nu eu. rror. ijvies made an I and indigent children, the directors they were sold to a Canadian. That Wa. Lacking
violently that It would fall t plecw+ ,
approprate address to tbe knights and being local and Offlo people. One of the keys was obtained hi lie had been away on a business trip It Is because of this tonal sjoipathy.

:4 Supreme Court Seals Their Prance by General Lafayette and was for time and
presented them with the Doom. quite a long had broughthis that the cause of a narsb. rattling

trophys. Christmas has come and gone and Raleigh N. C., Jan. 5.-The supreme presented by him to George Washington wife a handsome fan npon his re tone that may suddenly appear In a '.

After the coronation S. J. McCullyput court has certified to Governor Aycock a year or two before his death. It turn."You're. pianoforte in detected with
everybody looks forward to a prosperous hangs in the mansion at Mount Vet difficulty
a saddle up to the nest rider. Mr. that it had affirmed the lower courtin Just perfectly lovely, Fred," Though it may appear to be in the instrument
New Year To you, Mr. Editor, the notable murder non and has been seen by thousands of she said. "It's the daintiest and most
O. Curry was the victor. Mr. and Mrs. cases of Wil- visitors there. it is often far away and may

we extend our best wishes. Liam Boggan, of Anson City, and Jabel beautiful fan I ever sav." come from a loose globe or pendant on
Carraway Rave a party in honor of The keys at present are very old and "I'm "
glad like it. he returned
of you a chandelier. Even
Register, Columbus In
Mrs. J. N. Overhultz spent the holi- county. The rusty. The largest of them is twelveInches a key a door bas
the with evident
knights and they tripped their governor fixes Feb. 2 as the date otRegister's gratification. been known to be the guilty cause.
days with her husband and friends at long and is quite heavy. The "How could: I help liking] anything so
fautistic toes to the enlivening execution at Whiteville, and
strainsof smallest Li of fine the
workmanship, '
this place. pretty? she asked and then she added n. Cry For Help

music until the'wee small hours of Feb. 25 as that of Doggan's executionat socket being shaped like the ace of with a sigh. "I only wish I could carry From the cradle to tbe grave the ;
morn. Mrs. C. R. Stephens and Prof. Over- Wadesboro. clubs, and is supposed to have belonged It some time." of mankind is for "help." We are all

I hultz wish to extend their thanks to to the treasure rooms. This and an can't he in
Rev. Z. A. Nothing Is Heard of Mann. "Why your demanded. search of a physician, some one who :
Crumpton other
key six inches
measure in
preached length
the pupils of the school and contributing 1 Jacksonville. Fla., Jan. 6.-The fan while the other two about tenInches "No gown to go with it," she answered will help us. some one who will inspire
interesting are
very and
instructive ser promptly. "There ought to be a us-give us a remedy point
Ily of former State n*
friends for the Senator A. and much
appreciation heavler.WashlngtonTimes.
mon Sunday morning and evening at Mann who Is reported to have lost 3.s gown to match or at least one that the way. Not the poor and the sick

shown them in presenting them with wouldn't look shabby beside it if'- alone, but the rich and the strong, are
Fellowship church. life In the fire of the
Iroquois theater
such valuable She got the gown. He kicked himself crying out for help. Sometimes It is
presents as they at Really .
The farmers Chicago, have heard Antique.B.
are about through put nothing for two days and ever thereafter the doctor we want; sometimes it II
on our Christmas tree from Mr. Mann since last week. excellent plaster of Paris cast
ting in oats bought fans to match what she already the banker sometimes
and the is ; it is the clergy
acreage as largeor is stated that his may be seen in one of the Egyptian
Willie Marlord wishes to thank the Chicago address was had.-New York Times. man. And yet the doctor, the banker :
probably larger than last year. I the Palmer House but that he galleries of the British museum of the and
was the
of his clergyman are human and
Sunday school class for famous sycamore statuette known
s Quite a crowd of our country cous- !I the habit of making several occasional the "Sheikh-el-Beled." Raaclmaa and Henley, they are crying for help along with

Ins were in Ocala Monday their regard and kind remembranceof trips to New York where he frequently Sheikh." The original dates or from"Tillage 3900 It Is related that shortly after Runci- the rest of ns. Those whom we think

4. him in presenting him with aTeachers' stopped at 23 West One Hundred man, the well known writer on seafarers the strongest are weak and those
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Lylee of Mul B. C. and is still in perfect condition,
Bible. He and Twenty-seventh street. Therumor and smugglers and poachers, had whom we think the weakest are strong.
certainly appreciates although it is the oldest known specimen
.. berry Polk county, are spending a of his death came as startlingnews of wood carving. It bitterly fallen out with W. E. Henleyhe We cannot stand atone. We all need

few days here. tbe gift and their kindnessin to his family here. overseer of the workmen represents engaged an in lay dying in London. To Henley In help. We must help one another until

it to him. Edinburgh lame and ill the
giving came an indirect end.-Schoolmaster.Tk .
Mrs.Irene building the pyramids close to Sakka-
Freymoath, of Ocala is Last Rail is i.aia. message that Runciman believed
Dr. Butch is on a business trip to rao where It was discovered London ---
.spending awhile here with her sister, Muskogee, I. T., Jan. 7.-The track News. that it Henley could come and look on PkyiieUa.

f Mrs. J. M. Seller Tallahassee.Tbe and terminals of the Muskogee Indian him he would get welL It was a dying A popular impression prevails that

$ Mr. people of this secsion are in the railroad, a link between the Muskogee Killing Shark by Electricity. man's whimsy, but Henley took the phyaidan. by reason of the privi
I am glad to see you butchering business and are placing and Correta crossing the Arkan In the British navy the engineer the train from Edinburgh and arrived leges conferred upon him by the state

fared so sumptuously this Xmas. I Fas and Verdigris rivers, have been have a curious way of killing sharks. in London to find his friend dead. is, in the absence of an adequate reason

t thought of bringing you a ham or their meat in the cold storage at completed to this city. The road will They seal up a dynamite cartridge In for not so doing, required to re

Ocala.It be for A Modern Instance. sound to all calls to render
operation professional
as soon as the an empty can and put the can insidea
some sausage but you don't need "In some circles of ancient magnificence services. This is _
two bridges are completed. lump of pork. The pork is thrown clearly erroneous, except
them. I we must have imperialism we said the pedantic It where
am going turkey hunting overboard on a wire which has been person, the physician hu already .

this week and ill have good luck will must pay for it. The secretary of Once Popular Actress Dead. connected with an electric battery. was customary to have a skeleton at undertaken the treatment of tLe case '.
the feast.
remember war asks two and a halt million dollars New YOlk, Jan. 7.-Sarah Cecilia When the shark takes the bait, the or except where he la an officer of the
you with one. Have killed Earl "We follow that custom at our government charged
well known on the stage a engineer presses a button which explodes with specific da-
so to fortify newly acquired islands. house" answered Mr. Meekton. "Wehat'e ties which
many quail the children are setting ago. is dead at her home here after the cartridge and kills the fish. be thereby violate. '
3 it a turkey one meal and the skeleton

.: around on the fence whistling Bob- Texas as well as Florida has a Japanese a long illness. Her greatest success for the next four.-Exchange. Oa the Hick Sea. I
was it "East Lynne Willing to Waive That.
colony In Texas they will "Miss Angeline," began the poor but At the bow of the steamer sit the two
Rev. Elisha Cook Dead. Tipping the Scale. happy
happy and New proud young man, "if I were in young people."Ilow J
a position
prosperous Yearto plant rice and weave the rice straw New York, Jan. 7.-Rev. Ells ha "Confound it:" growled Closemaa. "I sweet it seems tonight
to ask to be wife""Good
all you my -
your readers. into matting, hats, etc. Cook one cf the three survivors ol gracious, lIre Throgsonf she dropped a dime in that weighing machine the girl. "How sweetly solemn Is the ,

CAZJJOPEAX. Yale's famous class of 1827, is deadat exclaimed. "In a position? The ideal instead of a penny. view spread before us! Even the sea g

ST. JOHNS CHURCH The fever at Bartow is abating his home in Brooklyn. Before he Do you think I would want you to get "Ha, ha!1" chuckled his bnffoonfriend. seems to be sleeping as it lies so placid

_____ -y The causes that produced it took up missionary work in 1S68 he down on your knees?"Exchange "I guess" that's when you tipped ly ahead of the boat
the scales. Philadelphia Record. "Yes. love" agrees the t
filled several public positions In the youngman.
There will be services at St. Johns have not yet been ascertained. '. "It Is asleep In front of the ..
west. When is boat but
church. Cotton a man determined to rise in
Plant Sunday morning the A Satisfying Portrait. it is a wake behind."-Judge.Homrmaa.
world It Is better not to interfere
January 10. Preaching by the Very little new was said about the Mr. Roxe-This portrait doesn't look
pastor, -
Far Eastern Situation. with him too much. It his purpose is

Rev. G. T. Austin.IOLmIlOlffiYANDTAR. New Year and yet a great deal was St Petersburg, Jan. '7.-A dispatch right be will be a dangerous wrestler.Schoolmaster. like my wife at alL lathing .. r
Artist-I know it M"Galfdl.I
daasn't. but It looksas see you're going In

said. I from Port Arthur says the'RussoJapanese she thinks she looks.-Judge. l society. Has your daughter made

to crisis is commented on by Viceroy her debut yet? Ji Jifor
It seems impossible have two The' highest shot tower in the worldIs i

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Mr. B. J. Potter came In Saturday *

afternoon to spend Sunday with hit

family. OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston
1 lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United
We enjoyed. pleasant visit Saturday
States. Cabbage,Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg
from Editor J. F. eherwood of Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm

the Live Oak Democrat. Fountain Issuirjg from the Fissues if) the RocKs-Depth of Water 60 feet-..Clear as a and sure Garden to see Seeds or write and Fertilizers.Be us before you. buy your Early

Dr. W. P. Wilson who has been Mirror and ReflectiQg the} Colors as a Prisn. Corn for spring.

quite 111 with grippe: for some days A

past is able to be out. ,
The Holiday Duties. Donald and Dorothy Schrieber's Party. Progressive Flinch. The OcalaSeed: StoreS.
WAKTET -TO buy velvet beans!, (
The Christmas holidays in Ocala One of the largest and merriest Mrs. J, W. Pearson entertained a
peanuts and country oats. Ocala .
,\ Seed Store. 12 4 tf this seas r unusually 1/.11) children's party given in Ocala in' number of her lady friends Saturday

1 .. There have been a large number of some time was Donold and Dorothy afternoon from three to six o'clock. -

! Miss May Turaley returned from ohildieu'a parties as well us a number I Hchrieber's party Saturday night ai. The hours were very pleasantly spent A. STANDLEY, LEE: MILLERS

Palmetto where she spent the holidays of beautiful affairs for the "grown- six o'clufk. playing progressive flinch, there be.
with relatives. I up.." Each and every party has The house was quite elaborately inK four tables of this bame. Duringthe & COe

been pleasant in the extreme and the : decorated iu bamboo, red poiucetusand progress of the names candies,
Mr. Gale Mcintosh, who ia the
Christmas cher and New Ye rV large Japanese lanterns and on salted nut and lemonade was served Livery Feed and Sale Stables
guest: of his slater, Mrs. D. EL Mclver, ,
t. good willTSas prevailed everywhere.Mrs. the Jiflolt lauding of the stairs was a and later in the afternoon gelatineand ,
! spent the past week with friends
Chazal's card pll.rtyn the beautiful Christmas! tree lighted with cream,cake and chocolate was

Falrfleld. Tuesday: afternoon before Christmas many candles.: The tree could be served by Misses Ala Pearson Marguerite We carry the most completeline

R:y Master John Patten Hyman left was me beginning of the festivities.It seen on entering the door and was p Porter, Lm-ile Standley and of Harness, Saddles, etc.
Saturday for Lake City, where he win followed on Christmas night great treat to the children. On the Mary Burford. in central Florida, and will give

V ia a student in the University of by 1trs. Mclvtr's flinch party for her tree were boa boa crackers for all The scores were marked by Miss

Florida.Miss brother, Mr. Gale Mclntosh. That and on popping the crackers they I Alta Pearson and at the end of the our patrons the very lowest ,

r were found to contain dunce ; afternoon it was found that Mrs. prices. We are thoroughly
t Elizabeth Venable,of Jackson week there were also) a great many caps, .

'/ sonville, who has been visiting Mr. Christmas tre-s.Ou baby caps, frogs, spiders and other Liddon aud Mrs.! Harris bad made equipped for fitting out turpentine -

and Mrs. William Hocker for the Tuesday afternoon and evening souvenirst the, finding of which, pro- the same number of points and on
and lumber teams
past week, returned home Sunday. occurred Mrs. HlIler and Miss Hiller's duced much merriment. cutting for the prize, a set of pretty gear,

... reception and dance for their guests, Romping games of every description vases, they were won by the former. wagons, etc. 'c )
: A. SUadley left Saturday for
Mr. 8.
Mrs. Hirsch Miss Rosenbaum ana were played aud at eight o'clock The booby prize fell to Mrs. Bullockand "

f St. Louis to' purchase a car load of Miss Lang )on Wednesday evening a regular supper was served in the Miss Margueritte Porter won the We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and] Summers

I mules and ;a carload of horses. He the young gentlemen gave a danct: at dining room. After supper most of prize at the girl's table. Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and FannJWagons.
will with the end of the i
return same .
the Thursday evening the younger children left and the Mrs. Pearson's guests were Mrs. R. I .i
armory, ont North Side Court House.
L. P. Miller Ocala, Fla
week. Col. accompanied Mrs. Hocker entertained for Miss older ones remained to dance until A. Burford, 31 H. A. E. ;Burnett, Mrs.

him and will purchase stock for his Venable and the same evening Mr. ten o'clock, Mr. Leon Fishel furnish. Charles Rheiuauer, Mrs. G. H. Scott,

farm. Osco Zewadski aud Gay: Zewadski! ing the music. 1 Mrs. W. 8. Bullock, Mrs. Z. C. 3}

I Miss' Nellie Stevens returned home gave a watch party. The event of The host and hostess were assisted CharnbUss, Mrs. C. A. Liddon, Mrs. THE CLUB HOUSE.

I I Saturday from Lake City, where she Saturday. afternoon. was Mrs. Pear in looking after their guests by their Frank Harris,Nra, B. J. Potter, Mrs.

I she attended the state teacher's con son's flinch party and for Saturday parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schrieber William Sinclair, Mrs. William An-

vention. Miss Stevens spent the night iii 8 Alice Bullock's pit party. and Miss Louise Gam by. derson, Miss Hornberg, and Mrs. 31.

f week before the convention with her During the week there were alto a The evening's pleasure was concluded Fishel. Cuisine First Class. Rates{ Reasonable s sRefurnished

I brother, Mr. Henry Stevens at High number of pit parties and other with a Sir Roger de Coverley dunce Domestic Troubles

., Springs.! small informal affairs. which was indulged in by everybodyand It is exceptional to find a family
11)roug) Special Rates by Month.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Ellison, of Among the children who entertained was enjoyed to the utmost. where there are no domestic ruptures

: Augusta, Ga., who were married in during the holidays were Misses Master Donald and Miss Dorothy occasionally, but these can be lessened

I Leta Camp, Lucile Standley, Alta are fine little entertainers and their by hating Dr. King's Xew Life Pills
several are spending I
days ,
that city ago Pearson, Adele Bittinger, Helen j
[ party was thoroughly enjoyed. around. Much trouble they save by
a portion of their honeymoon in Brown, Julius Brown, Donald and J. BARNES, PROP
at the:Montezuma Schrieber. I their great work in Stomach and .orsa
this city. They are Dorothy A Very Close Call.

Hotel are the guests of Mr. Ellison'sister "I stuck to my emgine, although Liver troubles. They not only relieve -
Mrs. P. R. Lester. Don't every joint ached and every nerve you, but cure. 25c, at AntiMonopoly OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA
done t
This is easier said than y Drug Store and Tydings & Co. m
was racked with pain," writes C. W.
Seed potatoes for sale. At he Ocala may be of some help to consider the FLORIDA.
Bellamy, a locomotive fireman of Coming h Marion County from North
Reed Store. Iwd 13 matter. If the cause is something
I Burlington, Iowa. "I wa weak and Carolina.
which have no control it is
When the pork packing establiSh-I over pale, without any appetite and all BOILERS ENGINES
obvious that worrying will not help 8. B. Booth and family, of R binsen
ment was started in Ocala run down. As I was about to give up,
I i the matter in the least. On the I got a bottle of Electric Bitters, and county, North Carolina, passed "'
the average Florida razor-btck Pipe and Fittings to 12in., Valves, Pumps
ago I hand if within control, ,
other your
after taking it I felt as well as I ever through Ocala Saturday in covered Sawmills Saws-circular
in weighed about 60 pounds. When and drag, Belt-
brought I have only to act. you "
you I did in my life. Weak, sickly, run wagons on their way to Electra, in ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of
The average now ranges from 150 to I have a cold and fear an attack of down people always gain new life,
I this county on the Ocklawaha river.
moral sufficiently pneumonia, buy a bottle of Chamber ; and MILL AND
300. Is not the strength vigor from their me. : MINING SUPPLIES.
lain's Cough Remedy and use it judiciously them. Satisfaction They bad six good mules, a horse and
plain.-Florida Fruit and Truck I Try guaranteed
and all cause for worry as to by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and buggy, a big coop -A chickens, a I

Grower. the outcome will quickly disappear. i I Tydings & Co. Price 50 cents, m quantity of egg and other things = IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
Mr. Mason Tison received a tele There Is DO danger of pneumoniawhen I
necessary on a, farm. They have
Saturday calling him to it is used. For sale by Anti- Ffty Second Anniversary. ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK
gram come to this county to engage in the
Gainesville owing to the serious illness Monopoly Drug Store. m Fifty two years ago Mr. E. T. Williams turpentine basinets.

of his brother, :Mr. William and Mr. J. D. Williams passed -
Mr. W. H. Hopkins, of Orange
with throat trouble. He will through Ocala with their father for Saved From Terrible Death. "
Tison a
possibly, ha veto be sent to the hospital Lake, well here known In and Ocala had, was with a Long Swamp where they resided en a The family of Mrs. 31. L. Bobbitt of 412 REFLECT A M MfNJ.
visitor Saturday
in Atlanta for treatment.The big plantation until the outbreak of Bargeton, Tenn., saw her dying and ,
him some very fine specimens the the civil war. The incident was were powerless to save her. The s / Have decided the
you on o
Baptist church extended a naval orange, pineapple orange, very remembered most skillful physieians and every 'I"
pleasantly Saturday bya
unanimous call to Rev. E. L. Todd large pecan nuts and an unusually i I remedy used, failed, while consump rr 111I fertilizer you are going to use? It's
last Sunday afternoon to accept the and number of their friends and old I tion was slowly but surely taking her I t t not a question of how much, but

pastorate of the same for the ensuing large Chinese quince, a new very times were talked over. A great life. In this terrible hour Dr. King's : r what kind when the best result

year. Rev. Todd will accept the call. delicious flavored fruit, which is used deal of history has been made since New Discovery for ConsumptIonturned can be obtained. You can't make a

'i The church baa acted wisely in the principally for preserves and pies. that time. despair! into joy. The first A mistake when you use our high grade
(' selection of Rev. Todd, as he lis undoubtedly I These fruits were grown on what is bottle brought immediate relief, and t -- fertilizers.

a man of God and a very known as the Keep place in a well The prevention of consumption is its continued use completely cured a

forceful preacher. Rev. Todd will protected cove on Orange Lake. The entirely a question of commencingthe her. It's the most certain cure in the Highest cash price paid for dry bones
take hold of the work at once.PlantCity proper treatment in time. Nothing world for all throat and lung troubles.
.J Courier.Mr. place is now owned by Mr. Hopkins.The is so adapted to ward off fatal Guaranteed bottles 50o and $1. Trial OMPAHY

: Todd spent several months in fruit was pulled since the freeze lung troubles as Foley's Honey and bottles free at Anti-Monopoly DrugStore FLORIDA FERTILIZER MPG ,

Ocala last year. and were not in the least injured. Tar. Pottoffice Drug Store. m and Tydings &Co. m GilnistllU FU.t .

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COUNTY HAND ROADS In Honor of Miss Vanablo. Ship Canal Across Florida. SONG FOR NEW YEAR.

Miss Elizabeth Yen able, of Jacksonville More than thirty years ago the lute I '

Mr. S. Who spending a few days with Colonel i. M. G. Gary of this city A song for the New Year! Exultant its hours-- garacamph
L. Light Thinks Ocala Pro. The dust of defeat hath not sullied its Bowers
her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. vVm. originated the project of building a But fancy hath dipped them in roseal dew.
I cinct Is Getting Mora Than And brought them-all blooming in beautytoyou.
Hocker, was complimented by them ship canal across Florida. .

Its share. with a delightful party Thursday evening He enlisted the late Colonel E. W. Instantly or Money Rcfuntfcd.
A song for the New Year A clarion strong;
The tax payers of Marion county Dec. 31. Miss Venable formerly Perry, a lawyer and a writer of ability Achievement-thro' service-relreshment thro' Muscular RheumatismSore
have been paying very heavy road made her home in this city and her with him in the movement, aud I song faith
for to
No mountain too mighty remove; and Neuralgia.
taxes in the last seven years to build friends are always delighted to have the two together contributed to the No labor too lowly, transfigured by love! Mode, Sore Joints
which will Sweat Out the
the opportunity of seeing her. With columns of tbis piper a series of very A song for the New Year! A message of joy, The only External Remedy :
hard roads and improve the county May never a discord its music alto,?. Fact and Inflammation
white cloth skirt Miss Venable articles showing the feasibility 1
a worea strong
At aD good Dry grata.
roads generally.To But,growing in sweetness and melody clear SoIl aa11A 2Sc..5Oc.a: SLOO Bottles. ;
white accordian pleated chiffon of the route suggested by them, and, May It ever mspint and strengthen and cheer? BSBBBBK-0BHBBBKBBBBBH ,
some tax the
payers building
waist trimmed in brown fur aud the! if constructed, the great benefit that -Reader Magazine. FOR SALE BY ANTI-MOr pPOLY DRUGSTORE. it
these hard roads and in the manner
was most attractive looking. Mrs. would ie+ult therefrom to the shipping The Delineator for January. -
they were built and the policy of our
Hucker wore white crepe de cbene. world. The January Delineator contains
county commissioners pursued in the
In the with them These artichs have been preserved STRAUSS'
/ receiving party and features of
_;,_ building of same were at variance Literary art exceptional i .
I with their good judgment.We were Miss Hattie Rosenbaum, of and in face of the fact that Senator value and reliable fashion in-

have passed the experimentstage Pittsburg Pa., Miss Madeline Lang, Taliaferro has introduced a bill in the forinatioa, including a Utter from ROYAL RESERVE

in this matter and believe it is of Portland Ore., Dr. Smith and Mr. U. S. senate providing for a ship Mrs. Oshoru, the foremost modiste

Louis Duval of Leesburg, and Mr. M. canal across Florida, the repm lica- America, who baa become a regular ,
now time to take an account of stock
< J. Roess. of Cornell. Mr.Hocker and tion of these articles (which we are contributor. The pictorial -
in this business and see whether we presentation

I}i have received pay for our investment Miss Piatt received the guests at the promised) will prove interesting read of the season's styles is excellent.A 4 Four Quarts $3 50 3 3y

; door. number of are given in a Delivered e'rr
in hard road tax or not as well as to lug.The pages ,

-4 JI -. arrange for the future. After all the guests arrived Miss route proposed by Colonel description of Parsifal,. Wagner's

There has been spent on hard roads Venable and Miss Rosenbaum chose Gary was at this. point of the peninsular great music drama, and an interpre

sides and a number of excellent (en examination of the map will
about$50,000 anti nine tenths of this tation of the theme by W. J. Hender

charades were acted. There were show it Is the narrowist part) and in son, with personal reminiscences ,of
amount in Ocala precinct, and we ;,
I several acts to each charade and the its construction the' St. Johns and g
think it ia nothing but fair-to Ocala the first performance of tbe opera at :' a' i STRAUSS' 16 )
well the acting of them Ocklawaha rivers and Silver Springs
and the county to, find out what are guessing as as Bayreuth by Oustav Kobbe. The t.4ttt.1

I the results of this expenditure to the was great fun. The words representedwere on the east; Blue Springs and the illustrations are from the only photo 1

; L "cottolane" "counterfit" Withlacoochee river on the west; "Tlje} flgest"
I county as a whole. graphs ever mad of the opera, and t!

4.1 Ocala'a, population in 1890 numbered "prayerfully" "m eta p h y sic i an," Orange Lake and Lake Newnan on are now published for the first time. i'l 1 \
it ]
"hero" and "1904." the north, and Lakes! Harris, Eustis
I The first of "The Fountain ofYouth"
I 2904, in 1900, 3380, a gaiu of 476 in paper :; .
Shortly before midnight refresh and Griffin on the southeast, were all introduces serious of / FULL QUARTS600 ; M.,,.
a -
I I I ten years or a gain of less than 50 practical 't
I served amid the to be utilized as tributaries to the \ST : '
menu were greatest ,
benefit .
t Inhabitants per year or about\ 16 percent to women who are in ; ; \. ':" .

I I in ten year's time. Marion's merriment. Everybody stepprd canal. search of, or desinous of retaining, .c.'!_'*'\St '

down from their dignity.and .each The articles were so able that they
looks and
population in 1390 was 20,796, in 1900I' good an Inspiring paper on
l vied with each to see which could attracted widespread attention and The of Lillie Hamil
Joy Living by
was 24,403; an increase of 307. or ,
bottle of
about 18 per cent while the state at have the most fun. As the clock was were copied with favorable editorial ton French will appeal to thoughtful Every genuine

striking twelve everybody wished comments in the New York and New
addition there house-
large Increased 35 per cent persons. In are

By this we see that the county, with everybody else a happy New Year Orleans newspapers. building and house furnishings ideas; i

-W h', t and the men had to "take to their entertaining stories and pastimes for Pabst ,
no hard roads and comparatively Boschea's German Syrup. .
I :[( little"-morey. according to their proportion heels" to keep away from the design. We cannot understand why anv children, including serials by Albert .K

f ; of taxes has gained faster ing leap year girls all of whom were person suffering with a cold or throat Bigelow Paine and Gabriello E.

ft ( than Ocala, with the large sum of, determined to lose no time but "pro. and lung trouble will neglect to purchase Jackson, and matter of interest to

to a man on the spot"It a bottle Certain Syrup, sold
pose of all .
: : f money spent to improve her condi- women ages.Children Blue Ribbonbears
I in all civilized parts of tilt- world
was certainly a delightful partyin
g ,.. without a single ease! of failure. Poisoned.

1. There were iu 1SSO 24,000 people in every respect and no more fitting There are thousands of consumptives Many children are poisoned and

i t the county of which in round num- nor happy way of greeting the New right herein Ocala that give BoscheVa made nervous and weak if not killed

Year could be imagined. The young German Syrup the sole credit of their mothers the
bers there were but 9,000 whites and outright by giving them trade-mark "Pabst Mil.

I 15,000 blacks and there were but 2400 people are under obligations to Mr. being alive today. Ask the Anti. cough: syrups containing opiates. Fo-

t and Mrs. Hocker for Monopoly Drug Store. Price 25 and ley's Honey and Tar is a safe and certain -
a royal good waukee" in red circle. In the !
l white men in the county of 21 years 75 cents. 2 a
for and
remedy coughs
time. Their croup
guests were Miss Venable,
t of age and over. lung trouble, and ia the only promt
Miss Roaeubaum Mla Miss Watch of Pabst Beer
Lang making
I I"J The county covers an area of 1600 neutcough medicine that contains no

square miles or fifteen white and Hiller, Miss Hazle Killer Miss No party given by the young set opiates or other poisons.-Postoffice

Weathers Miss Piatt, Miss Gary Miss baa been more pleasant than the partyat Drug Store. m The is
black to the square mile, less than barley right
Reardon Miss Johnnie Miss :Messrs.
Liddon which Osco and Guy
six whites to the mile and less than Jefferson somewhat
y Potter Miss Ford, Miss Izlar, Miss Zewadaki entertained their friends Obi yes. was The hops
black the mile. are right
_. two men to of an equestrian. After his electionas .
Harris Miss Violet Harris Miss for the
: Thursday night purpose
There between 400 and 600
; president history states that he
! :.i miles of public roads in the county to Georgia Bmitb: Miss:: Crook, Miss Hattie watching out the old and watching ID rode horseback hitched his steed to The water is right

Williams, Miss Anderson Miss the New Year. There were thirty-five
a 'take care of, and ta keep up theseI' the walked tbe
'I fence and up capitol The is
:L: county roads as they should be and Rebecca Anderson Miss Beatrice boys and girls present and the evenIng steps unattended and took the oath plant right

Sinclair Miss Pereda, Messrs. 8. E. was a very merry one. The first
I' the building of the hard roads a* of office. But then our neighbor
Hiller, E. J. Crook, E. T. Helvenston.W. thing on the evening's program was That'svhy
f'I .f they have been built with the revenues across the way ia not expected to
.T. M.J. Roess Louis Duval the of
Gary, game progressive dominoes.
received have
compelled our
rs. know very much about Jefferson and
'I;;, officials to neglect in many placesthe J. H. Mathews, J. H. Taylor, 0. B. The method for obtaining partnersfor la entirely excusable in anything he

Howse, Howard Clark, W. D. Taylor thegame was novel and interest-
roads and have the
, i county spent mayor may not say along that line.Mr. .
; ,r most of the road fund on the hard H. A. Waterman, C. L. Anderson R. ing. Green and white strings were

{ roads and to so have burdened the C. Camp, Ben Rheinaner, Harvey twined all over the house, upstairs, Charles Leitner who went to I Pabst beer

.it tax payers with 7 per cent interest ont Clark Henrj Sistrunk H. G. Eagle- downstairs, in the towers and all over Bartow Friday to take up his studies

'"1 : overdrawn account.: ton, Dr.Smith Dr. Thatcher Dr. H. the yard and each girl and boy had to in the South Florida Military Institute

lE Our A. Daniel and Dr. W. H. Powers, unravel one and tied to the end of returned home Saturday. He
tax assessor reports to the &

P. comptroller but 42.000; acres of land Mr and Mrs. G. R. McKean, Mrs. the strings were cards blaring the reports that school will not open for J

. :t'. .; in the county in cultivation or less Hirch of Cumberland Md., and Mr. table number and the names of the some time oa account of the preva-

l'Q" f: than two acres to the soul and as and Mrs. C.V. Miller. couples. After progressive dominoesfor lance of typhoid fever in that city. i:iswa spire

our county Is an agricultural county, some time a geographical contestwas When the railroads! put on special
: The peculiar cough which indicates:
a pleasing feature.A .
] naturally the query arises how can croup is usually well known to the express trains for the purpose of accommodating -
punch bowl filled with fruit
we prosper, with but this acreage in mothers of croupy children. No the jug trade in "dry

cultivation and keep up our county time should be lost in the treatmentof lemonade was stationed on the stairs towns" prohibition and local option
;1 roads and the same time spend &s it, and for this purpose no medicine and was indulged in all during the bear the line of failure. Perhapsnever Sale by

has received more universal approval evening and at twelve o'clock other
; much $))00 mile and
: as : per more on in the history of the countrywere
than Chamberlain's Cough refreshments were served after which STRAUSS
hard roads.
Remedy. Do not waste valuable there so many jugs of whiskey & CO.
Mr. Zewadski made the
The stations of Anthony Spar, time in experimenting with untried young peoplea shipped throughout the country as ,

Martin and Reddick with nothing remedies, no matter high highly they New Year's speech. All were then passed over the railroads during the

but county roads, and they but poor- may may ba recommended but give required to write New Year's resolu six days preceeding Christmas.- :::::s

u this medicine as directed, and all tions couching them in poetical form. .
ly worked, hauled through the sand Mobile Item.
: to the 8000 tons of symptoms of croup will quickly dis The resolutions were all good and McMillan
depots over
vege- appear. For sale by Anti-Monopoly The Union League Club in New Bros
tables last and asked those were well written and the reading of
year we Drug Store. m
York City, a republican politL'a
\t whom know to tell how many evencrates them was much enjoyed.
Stretched or Grown. organization, ii uttering a terrific
r of vegetables have been hauled This entertaining "watch" party Southern
i The Atlanta Journal is responsiblefor howl against the disfranchisement of Works
over the hard roads around Ocala. will long 'be remembered in the
the statement that Lillie Langtry the negro in the south, yet slams its
t After spending$50,000 on hard roads annals of the social life of the young Manufacturers
found two grand pianos three automobiles doors in the fapor, the "brotherin Turpentine Stills
around Ocala, and the county roads society set.
two horses a suit of furni- black" and closes him out except
thereby neglected, the county has and General Metal
ture and 2,500 worth of furs in her Wonderful Narto.Is aa a menial. Workers.Old .
gained more than Ocala in population
Christmas displayed by man a man en
stocking. Either the At- y
Mr. Frank W. Ditto, the wide awake
and with the vast area of our during pains of accidental Cuts Stills taken
lanta exchange for
reporter has stretched
Langtry's new
real estate dealer and insurance ones. Patching
county and its sparsely settlement Wounds, :Bruises Burns, Scalds Sore I agent through the
stocking or she has grown some sincewe has moved his office into No. 12 country a specialty. Orders by mail
' with a trial of seven years of hard Feet or Stiff Joints. But there's no wire will receive or
knew her.-Augusta Chronicle.Mrs. need for it. Bucklen's Arnica Salve Merchants' block his business having prompt attention at either of the .
roads experience we think that now following works _
will kill the pain and cure tbe trouble. outgrown ,the limited quarters he _
l the county's turn should come, and C. E. Powell and children It's the btei salve on earth for Piles

- instead of hard roads all in one precinct arrived in Ocala Friday afternoonand too. 25c at Anti-Monopoly DrugStore | formerly occcupied on Main street FAYETTtVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH GA.

! I we believe that each precinct and Tydings .& Co. m It is not known whether the Jack ,
2 are the guests of Mrs. R. D. JACKSu IYILLEs
i a in the county should have the privilege sonville Metropolis is for Taliaferro FLA. MOBIE, AA.. i
Thompson and Mrs. J. E. Chace. Someone writing In Everybody's
of having iU road tax spent in Stockton or Jennings for United
Mrs. Chace went up to Jacksonvilleand Magazine says that it is better to
t it own precinct. States senator but it seems to be

In my next I'll give the returned with chem. have a window away-np than to "agin" Call. C. I. GRACE.

shut it that
so a knife-edged draught
number of people living in each
Mr. R R. Carroll, who has been
shall chill an exposed shoulder. He The Ocala Rifles are preparing to Successor
to Central
election precinct etc., try and showup' city editor of the Daily and Weekly Lumber Co
a also says that getting to sleep with give a minstrel in a few weeks. The Dealer In
how utterly impossible it is to
Star for a number of years has pur- cold feet is as bad as going to bed show will be composed of the best Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling
continue the present way of hard chased Rev. J. C. Porter's interest and ,
road building and the unfairness is hungry. A hot-water bottle and 'apiece local talent and will be a strictly up Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.Turned .
the same. The sale was consummated
to the county generally. of bread and butter will help to date performance. Manufacturer of
Friday.and was made because of the Ballusters, Casings Newels
L. 8.LIGHT. Columns Door
out in both cases. and
continued illnesa of Mr. Porter. Ocala made very commendable pro Window Frames Mantels Church Seats
t John Skelton Williams is out aid Mr. Jim Pyles, who has been at gress last year and,if the movements Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. Pulpits, School

.r .S J. M. Barr is in as president of the FOLEYMIONEYAxDTA.R Miami for several months has returned on foot are consummated,her progress receiving Lumber and can ,fill orders for I am constantly!

1 'S. A. L. railway. I home. this year will be much greater. sizes. Mail,orders attended to any quantities and
; promptly,

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SARA ELIZABETH HASBIS. Local Editor I Ii Wreck at the ,Crossing Yesterday. REPUBLICANS HOLDA '( Officers for sAt Marion County Hospital SHOULD THE INTERIOR BE REPRE- r

Rather an ugly wreck occurred at CONVENTION. a recent meeting of the directors SEATED
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN the Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic I of the Marion County Hospital
It is whispered that Ocala place
r my a congres
i Coast Line crossing in this city yesterday : the following officers were re-elected sional candidate in the field.-OCala Daily to bring good prices must have

t Mrs. C. P. McGratn has returned morning about ten o'clock. Elect Delegates te State and Cin- for the coming year, viz: Dr. W. P. Banner. both sizeandqual

. from a visit to relatives at Tampa. gressional Conventions-Pass a I New om, president; Dr. W. H. Ocala, Fla Jan. 7, 1903. -
,1 Conductor O. :M. Eaton's train from To tot Editor of the Ocala Banner. ity. ,as+
Set of Resolutions Etc. I }Powers viee-president and secretary; Eves- 4i .
Mr. Jack Camp came in yesterday I The above item appeared in
Homnsastea backing into the city '
was To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. I, Ben Rhcinauer, treasurer; Dr. Smith, good soil "
from a trip to the mines near
Camp bright little daily Thursday. -
I from the Y and the end passenger On Saturday, January 2, the repub.licans Dr. Newsow, Dr. E. Van Hood, Dr. is made \
t. Albion. Why would it not be a good idea to better by
car was struck immediately in the of Marion county met in con.vt'ntiou Walter Hood, Dr. Powers, Dr. Izlar,
have the interior represented in the the use
Mr. Edward Hiller came in yesterday center by a switch engine on the Sea assembled in Mitchell's Hall, Dr. Thompson, Mr. George McKayand of the of a fer a,'
congress United States?
from a brief business trip toe board with such force that it was this city, and fief-ted delegates to Mr. C. L. Bittinaer directors. tilizerrich sa. ,,
At present with the exception of
Gainesville. knocked completely over and the represent them both in the state and Dr. Newsoiu made a report of the in -
the new district, all of Florida's
passengers that were not injured hada congressional conventions which number of patients! received in the
t Mr. Jno. \1. Taylor, the Nestor or United States senators and congressmen
very bad shaking up. The car had convenes at St. Augustine, FU., hospital during the past three years Potashf
i Florida's traveling salesmen, was in I reside at seaport cities.
compartments. Those occupying January O, 190.1. and the amounts expenddd by the in
Ocali yesterday. Senator Taliaferro, Jacksonville; i
f seats in front were Messrs. William The following named persons wire stitution. We will send our books,ginnf ft.' iafx. ..
Senator Mallory, Pensicola; Congressman mauoa about the subject,to any Uim.r _; a
Messrs. R. S. Hall and T. C. Hall Williams, of Branford H. t peace, elected to represent Marion county A note of thanks was extended to : Sparkuun: Tampa, and 1 writes for them.GERFIAN.

'r: returned yesterday from a business of Lakeland, who travels for the republicans in the state conventionwith Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mrs. B. T. KALI WORKS
Congressman Davis, Palatka: the AewTaL-es i..a..I.Irerl.rAtlaata.
Christy-Groover Drug! Company, of a half vote each: Perdue, Miss Ford and Miss Weathersfor .c.-22.1.; ... Brawl ....
trip to Tampa. I head of deep water navigation.JThe : .
t Jacksonville, Harry Feinhurg, of H. W. Chandler, H. C. Groves, W. their interest in the hospital by
: interior of the peninsular portion
| Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McLaury and Dunnellon, D. A.. Clark, of Martel, A. Wilkerson, Jno. O. Williams, collecting the monthly dues.
r of the state has no representation.Dots .
: Mr. J. M. Uoesj: of Cornell, spent the and J. P. Galloway, of this city Geo. K. Robinson, W. W. fipann, T. CONDENSED: STATEMENTOF :
If Unwell this not sho* that the cards
i t % day in Ocala:Thursday. Those occupying beats in the back L. McCoy, 0. B. Brown, A. B.I I I THE
I have been stacked and dealt
bottle of HERBIXE notice unfairlyto
Try a dpj ,
Mrs. W. R. Lowry Ward, F. C. W. Williams F. n.1 1
compartment were I
to the of the State
The bright paragraphist of the I the improvement speedily effected in the interior? Report Comptroller
Mh Lelu Junes and Mr. and :Mrs. Gadsou and Lewis Casmiuski.The in IIRowe's
Chicago News remarks that even a your Appetite, Energy, htrength Now, that we have a primary thereis of the Condition of the
; Huron and three children. congressional delegates are the and Vigor. Watch how it brightens i
ha its and down. nothing to prevent the interior
silk ups Mrs. Lowry and Miss Jones were following with a half vote each : W. the spirit, gives freedom from Indi COMMERCIAL BANK
from having a fair deal, and if the ,
both the former receivingsevere A. Wilkerson, H. W. Chandler, H. C. getiotiand! Debility m
:Mr. A. L. Glass, train mater, fifth injured, ---- -- matter is properly presented to the JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
bruises on her head and arms Groves, W. W. Kpann, A. :. Kennedy
2r Line Circuit Curt I
division of Ithe Atlanta* Coast voters, there is no reason in the At the close of business,Dec 31, tgo5.
and the latter having her knees cut M. L. Fisher, P. C. Coy, M. The entire time of the circuit court
was in Ocala yesterday. world why ?he should not land a rep

and her chest bruised. :\Irl. Lowry Stewart, Wager Swann, T. B. Ward, yesterday was taken up in the retrialof resentative in the congress of the

t Pneumonia and La Grippe. was taken to the hospital and Miss B. W. Bonner, A. M. Higgins. Will Jacobs. The case was givento United States. KESOCKCtb.; t s
I Loans.discounts and mortrlte'--f.'O. t:
f. Coughs curedl quickly by Folej'sHoney Jones to the Ocala House., Their The congressional delegates were the jury about six o'clock yesterday Overdrafts_ ___,....... .., -A" t "il ;- ;
i Refuse substitutes. AN INTERIOR VOTER. Bonds and stocks_____ 36.311 ss
and wounds were dressed and they were authorized to act as alternates to the I afternoon just the heels of ad Real Estate _......_ 941 ra 3
Postoffice Drug Store. m upon Furniture and Fixtures..... _.. 1,9/', et
able to return home yesterday after state delegates and the congressional New Seedless Orange. Profit and loss,..-...... I.U; ti
journment. Due from banks.......___. .._ 115.059 ttiI
We are glad to learn that Mrs. noon. Dr. and :Mn. Huron and children delegate to act as alternates to the Mr. Albert Carlton, of Waachula, I I.I Cash on hand.. ..,...... -_ 8<;J.r,86;

Campbell, Miss Virginit Campbell's escaped without a scratch.Mr. state delegates.The A Life at Stake.if Manatee county, claims to have pro Total.___..-.........._....ITSUU b
mother, who baa been quite ill for the : Galloway, who as above stated, meeting was harmonious. H. you but knew the splendid merit duced a new seedless orange. Capital stock paid in _-?.?, ..... $ joooao

past week, is very much better. was a passenger on the ill-fated coach, W. Chandler and W. A. Wilkerson of Foley's Honey and Tar you would The color of the fruit is what is Surplus Deposits and'"..undivided..ui.jui_profit... ........... 64 JI.6.T,&X. *It 0 i

i it. dose .. .._ ._.... .. ...
delivered to the never be without A or two classed Rediscounts I0.3O 90Irs' ;
gave a very graphic account of the rousing speeches II commercially as "Fancy Golden -

Jack McCully, of Berlin; W. E. convention. After the will prevent an attack of pneumoniaor Total..........".,n _... ...... J J to
:c y wreck. Ho says that at the time of adopting Bright, its meat is firm, sweet,
l la grippe. It may save your life. H. ROBINSON, President.
'. :Nix, of Kendrick; Jno. T. Lewis, oft the wreck, he was talking to Mr. following resolutions the con\'ention'i Postoflice Drug Store. m lucious and absolutely eeedlesa. The H.'GAILLARD, Cashier.

t Moss Bluff, notwithstanding the rain, Williams, who was im'uedlately in adjourned subject to the call of the tree from which it was taken is a 25 -
0- .
were in to see us yesterday. front of him. He heard some one chairman. It is to be regretted that Rev. J. C. year old seedling and being one

f Fatal kidney and bladder troubles outside sercam and the crash immediately Whereas, For several years our Porter, for many years prominently among 950 others in the same grove. New Cafe

can always be prevented by the use followed. As the car turned colored citizens have been for come identified with Florida newspaper interests Mr. Carlton did not discover that it

: : ; of Foley'u Kidney Cure. Postoffice over he instantly realized what the unknown reason denied the privilegeto has been compelled, on account bore seedless fruit until gatheringthis Is the place to buy Fruits.Confectionery, Nuts,

sf.. \.wJ Drug Store. m matter, was but for a moment was serve as jurors; and of ill health, to retire from season's crop. v Lunches Hot Coffe.Solt Cold Drinks, Tobacco,
,.. Cigars.Chickens,Eggs and Produce; O)ster$.
Misi Gertrude Peyser, who has been stunned. When he came to himself Whereas, Many of whom are large that noble journalistic work of editorof The yield from this particular tree spe stty. We sell them in any quantit desir

spending the past six weeks most he was lying prone on his back. Fear tax payers und intelligent men andis the Florida Baptist Witness, whichhe was 15 boxes and in addition to the ed. We have an up t.-date cook and serve
them in any style.
delightfully with friends and relatives ing that the worst was not over he as much opposed to crime as any performed faithfully and competently fancy price the fruit commands, it is

)0-S.,: : in Columbus, Georgia, returned was almost afraid to move, but in i other citizen; and, for many years. Rev. Porter estimated that Mr. Carlton will sell at Ray, per plate ISe
Per doe on half shell i5o
4. home yesterday.Charlie about a minute h., g'>t up and saw : Whereas, to deny a certain class of hI sold the Baptift Witness to parties least $ ,OOO worth of bud-wood from Stew 250

Mr. Spence lying insensible near : citizens the right to serve their country in South Florida, has disposed his the tree to other growers. He has a Fry 35e

Moody, who is employed on him. Thinking he was dead Mr. as j urors, especially those who are interest in the Ocala Star to R. Ii. grove of 950 seedling trees and this Half Fry 20o

C I the Atlantic Coast Line between Galloway immediately rushed to Mr. fully qualified in everyway is not Carroll, and will, for the present at year's crop will reach over 10,000 By the Pint ZOo

Jacksonville and Sanford, came in Williams, who was thrown partly out only a reflection on those whose dutyit ,. least, relir. from journalism. He is a boxes of oranges which is an extra By the Quart 35c

yesterday for a visit to his mother, of a window. He was pinioned in i, to select the names from the I i Baptist of almost national reputation, ordinary yield. By Half Gallon 65c
By the Gallon l.lOo
Mrs. E. P. Moody. some way and could not extricate registration; book, but a reflection on i and prayers will go up from the lipa of
Fresh and Salt Water Fish.
the intelligent and honest of denomination President Roosevelt, in his annual
Miss Hortense tern, of Savannah, himself. upright, every irrespective

of Mrs. J. Finally Mr. Galloway with the industrious, property owner of the for his complete recovery message, stated that for the last fiscal Country trade solicited. Ladies
who nas been the guest rod Gents. Come and see at and be convinced,
r Starr Sternberger for several days, has assistance of others rescued Mr. Wile negro race. It puts them in the I to normal health-Gainesville Sun. year there had been 25,566 persons We guarantee you satisfaction in quantity

before attitude creminU with appointed through competitive examinations quality and price or your money refunded.
friends before liams. It was half nn hour as a particeps I
goue to Tampa to visit i We respectfully solicit a share of your patron
.' returning home. they succeeded in getting him from that low criminal element of the race. A party of hunters went fox hunt under civil service rules. age. Open div and night till 12 o'clock tad

unfortunate plight He was takento Therefore, Be it I ing at four o'clock yesterday morn This was 12,672 more than for any during the day Sundays. No. boa North Magnolia -
ktteet, first door south of the John McCarthy
;. Gus. A. Morton, of Eve, one of the the home of his daughter, Mrs. Resolved, That we, the republicansin i ing. This sport is quite popular in previous year, and forty per cent of' old beIt store.Ocala.Fla.

<.'.- cleverest fellows who comes to Gainesville Richard Hall, in this city, and it was convention assembled, condemn i Ocala this winter and almost daily all who passed the examinations.

;' was at the Brown House yesterday later ascertained that while his legs crime and everything that leads to and nightly the woods are full of There will be a postoffice examination S. E. ROWE, Marjager.

,,>' He was en reute to Ocala, where wire badly cut and bruised no bones crime, especially among the coloredrace. sportsmen. About a dozen people in this city the first Wednesday

F he was summoned on business.-bun. were broken and heU now resting participated in the hunt yesterday or Saturday after May 1. There will Pure Eden SEED

morning and two foxes were caught be examinations in several places in Melon
J: Mr. S. A. Standley and Col. L. P. : Resolved further, That we respect _
easy.Mr. which are now the possessions of Mrs. this state for railway mail clerks,
t returned yesterday from St. Spence remained insensible for fully petition the honorable board of I have for sale a large lot of Pare
Miller jj; and other positions
there Mr. Standley' several minutes he was thought to be county commissioners to select among Drake and Mr. Clifford Andersom. stenographers, many Eden Melon Se d. All these eeeda

r. Louis, Mo. While load of fine horse dead but he soon regained consciousness the three hundred names for jurors Among the party yesterday were the during March and April. The were raised in South Carolina and are

}. purchased a car following: Col. W. N. Camp, Mr.J. Columbian Correspondence College of of purest strain. Address 18 St
and taken to the
9: will arrive Satur was hostipal. some representative colored men. ;
and mules, which Resolved That we commend the L. Smoak, Mr. W. P. Edwards, Washington, D. C., has issued an W. B. WABRE3T,

day. Col. Miller bought some ex- received Cliflcid Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. announcement giving the dates and App Iton,8. C
W. S. Bullock
\" mdel farm near action of his Judge -
for .
f cellent stock Drake and number of others. places for holding examinations, the -
E' will be confined in the hospital for and Sheriff Nugent for the gal- a
Ocala. age limits physical examinations,
. <. several days. lant stand which they have taken to -t=:;
Dr. W. V. Newsom and Dr. Walter The Baptist church, atter lookinginto education required, and full information :
I i r y Mr. Feinberg was slightly injuredand have men respect the strong arm of
last night over the !Seaboard the matter, decided to request the about the various positions in
! Hood left
the other passengers escaped the law. We promise them and the

(! g' for Jacksonville to be present today at unhurt. county officials our undivided supportto poktponement the state convention, the government civil service, and it

' .. of the surgeons and physicians which was to have been held here, will be sent free to all who writ for
a meeting Notwithstanding there was quite a do everything in our power toward -
Seaboard Air Line rail. begining on the 12th. The matter it. daw It Sg&Sf J&
i. g of the hard rain many persons! went to the aiding them iu suppression of %
was referred to the state executive
t(: way. --- scene of the disaster.As crime.Besolved. Pneumonia has become so preva- I
. committee, and they decided that it
! i. The many friends of G. H. Hausau, so many! accidents occur at this further, that a copy of the meeting lent in New York that the health
would be unwise to postpone
: K.. : engineer L. E. & W. R. Rat present crossing the very general opinion is these resolutions be presented to the department has decided to amend
... will be pleased to a mouth as requested, and so the
..' living in Lima, the code that
expressed that the proper officials board of county commissioners and sanitary by classifying i
from threatened convention will be held on the date -
:;:: know of his recovery
ailment with measles scarlet fever
should institute an investigation ands aL-o published in the county ,
"I papers.
He writes: was
;:'; kidney disease.: advertised at Kissimmee. It is a
I ,..< cured by using: Foley's Kidney Cure, e if these disasters cannot be prevented W. A. WILKINSON, Chairman. great disappointment to the people and smallpox, and making it com

which I recommend to all, especially in the future. T. L. McCoY, Secretary. pulsory on physicians to report every
'. :.. here of all denominations and classes,
trainmen, who are usually similarly case of pneumonia promptly. This

,1;; similarly afflicted." Postoffice DrugStore Green's August Flower "The nicest and pleasantest medicine for they were anxious for the meeting ia said to be without precedent in ROLLS FROM Only the bes

m I have used for indigestion and to be held here-Bartow cor. in OUB OVE.material goes
,, __ Ii the most popular remedy on the constipation i is Chamberlain's Stomach Tribune. America. into the oven and

it- A colored convict wa killed Tues. globe for the cure of all stomach, digestive and Liver Tablets," says iMelard Tampa The year eoj&pg June, 1903, 321 only the

r day while at work on the hard road liver troubles and habitual F. Craig, of Middlegrove, N. Y. U. D. C. Meeting. passengers anoTS 233 employees were BEST BREAD r

..- between Ocala and Anthony. A der. constipation, with their miserable "They work like a charm and do not Mrs. C. H. Mathews will entertainthe killed, and b,977 passengers and rolls oat. It ,h delightfully crisp and
: have unpleasant effect" wholesome. A few slices buttered U s
gripe or any a
? rich fell on him crushing his arms effects. We advertised as a test in Daughters of the Confederacythis 39,004 employees injured. It is many
,.. For sale by Anti-Mouopoly Drug meal in itself and almost as nutritious
Y and head. He was brought m to the 7,680 mewipapers all over the United Store. m afternoon at 3 o'clock. Business times worse than the Spanish.Amer as meat.

i'c' hospital and his skull trepanned but States for any case where August of importance to be transactedand ican war and those engaged in the Orders for Bread, etc., can be more

?ti: he died soon afterwards. He was Flower was used that did not give Step ItA officers for 1904 elected. business should be well paid for it. atiafactorily filled byBENUS'
Wildwood and got into a fight satisfaction. Only three cases of failure neglected cough or cold may lead
fr to serious bronchial or lung troubles. Berkshire Pigs For Sale.I The Tarn pa Tribune says that General BAKERYfi1
hack drivers in in thousands of letters two of
with one of the ; Don't take chances when Foley'g have & few thoroughbred Berkshire
Atoert Gilchrist U one of the
city on Christmas day, cutting him these were cancer of the stomach. Honey and Tar affords perfect security pigs for sale. Now ready for r rf
brainiest aud most popular men in fOLmllOJ.W.w>U\.1>
t severely. He was tried and sentencedto Price 25 and 75 cents per bottle at from serious effect of a cold. delivery. Address Newcomb Barco,

Ijf: thirty days on the hard road. I Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 1 Postoffice Drug Store. m Cotton Plant, Fla. ltd-w Florida. 'r'4Ud" .s- ''.a" .. xy

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;f:r# '\' SANITARIUM FOR OCALA men, order rOOD, where physicians Fairfield Tournament. i ij j i j I i Dance at Flemlngton.

will write their directions for car, The annual Fairfield tournament i On the night of January 1st, the

Palmetto House. Formerly Allred diet, drink etc. A dumb waiter was held this year on December 30. '1!i young gentlemen of Flemingtpn gave ;- t

Hotel. Will be Converted Into a will be put in for use of this floor, A number of visitors from the surrounding !i I! a dance in the Matthews' Hall complimentary x xr

Sanitarium.To bath room, etc. All orders will be towns were present to witjueas I[ to the charming Mies :I 1 ottoteiieIrfooa

the townspeople and physicians strictly adhered to, and porches will '! the event, which for years, has j I i I j Ragsdale, of Fairfield county, Winns- t

and readers of the Ocala Banner. be enclosed with wire screen, (couches been celebrated in honor of the time boro, South Carolina, who is the guest ;:

We wish to ex plain the method the I easy chairs and hammocks, for the when "Knighthood was in Flower." of Mr. and Mrs Martin Chitty. A

Sanitarium we are to open in this i comfort of the patients and those Many valiant knights gayly arrayed.. good many of the young people from j I Ii

city for the information of those who convalesing will have exercise in ia their favorite colors, rode for the | tbe neighboring towns were pr..sent. .

might be interested in the work and walking a* we have 140 feet of distance honor of crowning the Queen of Love I Hayrides! were quite the order of the i iI Hear Ye!, Hear Ye!

would be pleased to aid us. We wish! of upper porch there will be and Beauty. The successful one was I|! night; in fact, were the most popular I I aI '

the of Fairfield with Messrs. j vehicles, awing to the beautiful I II All.Ye :: '
4 to make this a clean, healthful institution regulation: dress, color, caps and L. C. Dodd, moonlight

4 using the disenfectants about aprol's for all employees of the sec Laura Best and Whorter Yongue as I night. Miss Ragsdale is pretty I!

the house constantly to prevent vermin ond floor. Cards will be hunton the first, second and third knights resActively. :. I and attractive typical representative : Dysp-eptics I d d4l
walls with rules and regulations of Miss Hattie Smith, of I of the fair daughters of the old
troubling us and insure health. !I

\Vewishto entirely renovate the sanitarium and all rules and orders I Martin, was crowned queeu; Misses Palmetto state. Dancing began at 9 I _

will be strictly enforced. Carraway and Delia Smith, of Fairfield and lasted until late in the evening.!
bouse and grounds. Now, while, you
little No visitors admitted except by con were made maids of honor. Refreshments were served at 12.
have a nice hospital in your
of took immediately Among the dancers were Miss Joe i
need sent physician or matron and onlyat The crowning place -
city, you a sanitarium alsa. One
the McCarty, of Oldtown, with Mr. J. B.
worthily conducted would be helpfulto certain hours of the day. There after the tourney. Among e

will be public inspection one day many present were noted, Mr. D. E. Peck; :Miss Julia Tilman, of Reddick, G
your city, as bring! northern -
in each mon I b. Mclver and Mr. McIntosh, of Ocala; with Mr. David Payne; Miss Lilly It isn't the w
and other patients hue for treat kind of food you eat. but rather what
How would each church like to fit Mr. Jim Matthews and daughters, Smith, of Mississippi, with Mr. A.J.
ment. We wish to be prepared to your stomach fails to digest that gives you indigestion. Lard
out with necessary furniture and pro- Mr. Joe Edwards and family, Mr. McLauchlin; Miss Jennie Payne, with ia a foe to digestion. If you had the stomach of an ostrich 1.

treat chronic ailments, viz: New Tide one private patient's room. SayPresbyterians Wm. Knoblock and charming daughter Mr. Wm. A. Murphy; Miss Edna you could hardly withstand the ravages of lard-soaked pastry. You
ous disorders, rheumatism, neural. have probably found this out and already given up the eating of pastry. .
catarrh a room and have it in Miss Nora, of Martin; Hon. M. Gatrell, with Mr. Galien McIntosh, Tis wholly unnecessary! Anyone can eat and digest food cooked with
gia, consumptive cases, weak
some chosen color, say green ; Bap- L. Payne and Misses Katherine and Dorchester, Md.; Miss Kate Payne Cottolene-the perfect shortening. It is a pure vegetable product made
lungs, female debility, obstetricalcases from the best beef suet and choicest vegetable oil It is neutral in
tists, blue and Methoeists in a with Mr. Jno. Smoak Miss
say Jeanie Payne, of Fairfield, Mr. H. ; Ragsdale,
etc.Patients. taste and odor; it is Nature's Gift from the Sunny South.
chosen color; Christian church also. Sherouse and bride Mr. and Mrs. W. .o! South Carolina, with Mr. Sim Cottolene is never sold in bulk. It is put up in carefully sealed
will be admitted
Then these rooms may be called by Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Buchanon Matthews; Miss Matthews with Mr. tin pails. And right here. is another advantage. When you buy lard
through physicians! ; each one attending have no protection as to qua.lity-you simply know you are getting
their color and will be for private of South Carolina, guests of Mr. Wm. Ross Williamson; Miss Rossie Mathews you
their own unless they wish the I LARD-never mind the grade, it's just L-A-R-D. On the other hand
I patients use. It is the regular customin Yongue, of Flemington, and many with Mr. Alva Matthews Stags. every pail of Cottolene is uniform-the product is guaranteed. You takeno
house physician to attend them.
the North and would the Masonic others too numerous to mention. Messrs. Matthews, Clarence Chitty, chances whatever.In .
s Before we renovate or make our the face of these facts just ask yourself if you can afford to use
order Odd Fellows The tournament ball took in and others. Mr.
or or any other place Chaperones, and
lard when healthful nutritious Cottolene.
would like hog you can get pure ,
chances we to submit our
order recognized, wish to do this also. the evening and was also largely Mrs. Matthews. Music was furnishedby
plans 10 the united suggestions of tbe Flemington String Band USE 5$ LESS. Cottolene being richer than either lard or cookie
We would like to hear fiom you before attended The king of the carnival butter one-third less is required.

any or all of our regular practiciouers we begin our work. and his fair lead the opening I Reading Club Meets at Mrs. Gang's
queen FREE Send.. us a Sc stamp to pay costege and we'll mail you a copy of our book
here or in the country towns that The Ocala Home Helps edited by Mrs. Rorer which contains 300 choice recipes
All paints, oil, varnish and work. figure-the Royal Figure. Those Reading Club, which has from the country's noted GOOUoKa.teonlybyTHE
might bring in and attend their patients -
men are ordered now from the North. present were, Misses Hattie South, of been having a vacation during the N. K.FJURBANK COMPANY.Dept 502 Chicago

or perform their operationshere. We have a superving workman in Martin ; Carraway of Fellowship; Christmas and New Year holidays, 9

We will have house i.
a physician
painting coming from Ohio to do Delh Smith, Daisy Standley, Rossie: met again Tuesday afternoon and will

and competent nurses to care for our work. Painting, papering and Matthew, Lila Yongue, Edna Gatrell, meet regularly hereafter each week. ::

them. We would like our house decorating, we would like any who Catherine Payne, Jennie Pay ue, Nora The club met with Mrs J. J, Geiig ROCKY

physician from here; a perfectly competent -
would wish to aid us and encourageour Knoblock, Carrie Harvey, Marie Joes, this .week and a very interesting Cantaloupe Seed.
and reguler praeticiouer. He FOI D
efforts in making this one of the Julia Tilllll.n, Joe McCarty, Annie meeting it was, nine members being
could attend patients outside; other \
moat beautiful and well conducted Smith Lizzie Bou- present. Martin Luther was the
would have their hours Edwards, Lilly paved by C. H. Mathi-. of Ynumr & Mthn, at Pux.ky Ford, Colo., from
.physicians institutions in jour state. We would cuillow, Edith Jonnsou, H&gwdale, of study for the afternoon and Miss H-andard size netted cantaloupes rlp-II..1 nn ill via-*; also limited supply of
here, as needed, there will be a Violet Harris read Eden and Blue GuruVattrfDl'lolt "e.. t sand in the ilaroHnas from the first
like to fit out a tine treatment room South Carolina; Messrs. L. C. Todd, a paper on his life "I ,.
P r'eotlv shaped m..I.ltls<**t on tlif VIMNo se ik-n from the end of the
houe iu the hOl' e. with electrical apparatus. Clynical Whorter, Yongue, b. Yongue, A. and works. Miss :Nellie Stevens me'nn. poly ioorad'lr..-,
We have physicians In the north read F. YOUNG & TO ,,r C. 'T. MATHId,
sketch of Luther's
caSe with all necessary equipments Yougue, Jas. De Fuse, J. B. Peck, \V.A. a char- Sew York. Blackville, S. C.
4 wishing to know where they can send i
acter. Both of the '
f for the were instructive
curing many cases might Murphy, David Payne John
patients: for treatment, and thee
and enjoyable. Before the
Come to U>I. Snioak, Best, W. D. Shepard, Drew

would be subject to our physicians You have the climate and beautiful Matthews, Harmon Sherouse, alien articles ou Luther were read current J. F. EDWA OS'

here connected with our institution. events were discussed.At .
: state to oiler. We the property to McIntosh, of Maryland, talUatth.-

We propose to fit up the house thus: make it one of the finest, moat beautiful ews, Alva Matthews, Carl Wilson and the close 01 the meeting Mrs. BIG WHISKEY HOUSE

First floor will be general office, pub- Gerig treated the club to fine Lake
locations. Let us hear what you A. J. McLauchliu, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. ,

;.'""" 4'lie dining room, public parlor waiting may decide to do soon, as plans are I Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cook, I I Weir oranges and tangerine. Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.
I '
., '/ and reading room, physicians'office being made for the work and ordersare Dr. and Mrs. H. Gatrell. The meeting next Tuesday will be : --- -- I

< with private entrance, also dispensary with the Misses Harris. I
going in before we undertake this The events of the day will be long = 0I
bath room, private family =
alone. Now is your time if you wish remembered as among the pleasant of There are some women who seem I .
I sleeping room, private parlor, milk, to be perenially youthful. The grown :
to associate your interests with us. the holidays. Mr. Harmon Sherouse :.. : .4-. \
pantry and store room, serving room daughters are companions as well as "a
One piano is ordered for the house::! made the coronation speech in a very ; -
laundry kitchen etc. : children and the color in the moth I 1:1
l we will need two. graceful manner. .:.;... I Il II
er's cheeks the brightness in her ..
Second floor,, nurses dining room, I .. '
i MRS. DR. J. E. Exxis. Simple Colds eyes, the roundness of her form, all -o: U -e I -_- = ;'
operating room, nurses sleeping of nlll i ... 'g
speak abounding health. What is ;,
, ward Cease:: to be simple if at all pro m ::: G IJ ::. :.
rooms, : c.
room, private patients A Black Eyo For Wotd Spirits. her secret: ? She is at the middle age 0'I I
The safest is to ...
longed. way pu ,
room, one for men and one for wo.Proverbs- If of of life when so many women are ... S'I
the .
superiority pure spirits them aside at the very beginning. I a .
I; wasted and faded and
worn, yet i .
: turpentine, made in the old-fashioned Billard's Horehound Syrvp stops a I ? 0I
time has only riqened her charms, -
way from the living tree, needed !any cold and removes the cause of colds. r- ,
The secret of this matronly health O I =io
25c 50e and $1 bottle at AntiMonopoly
endorsement, it certainly got it at the and beauty may be told in the brief I
I Drug Store add Tydin & Co. m FA)lorsXHEUSIillI BUSCH BEER
recent convention of the National ---- phrase, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- i I ..

Paint and Varnish Manufacturers.On A Pleasant Occasian.. scription. The general health of wo- FINE WINES WHI3KIESand BRANDIES. -

When the butter won't other pages of the Review we givein December thirty-first, the fifty-fifth man is so intimately related to the My$9-.oo Rye or Bourbon at..---.. ur5lHyf, < GIB .t-..:.?,. .. '" ...-bM
the delicate womanly that a. -- 800 My 2..ooN Carolina Corn at.... ....._'LooMy
organs My 50
in the .. ........ ....... "
2.56 My ISo
come put a penny full the discussion of that of the birth of Mr. J. D. 300 W't'uDewConut
convene anniversary where these are diseased, the whole ::00 .. .. --- 3.00 l, Y.y 3.00" .. .. ,. ..
' My 4 ..... '' .. ., .. .. 1M
,i churn, is an old time dairy tion as to the conditions relative to Mixson, of Central, was celebrated by body must suSer. "Favorite Pre My K, 1.10.50"Glint-______;--- *L75bry.0"1 My 400 4.00 New BnglandRum .-;: *,Mf .IIe

proverb. It often seems to pure spirits and wood distilled tur a dinner on the shores of Lead worth scription" dries the debiliating drains The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature
heals ulcerations and inflammation
has pentine. The matter is of sufficient Lake. Bread, fish and squirrels: were Insendingyonrordesaiwayssendenoughtocovcrthecostof j ngs. Hall-raDon jllfl. I
. ; though no one ever cures female weakness and imparts to -gallon iug.15 ;2-galloDjug.2sc;3-gallon jug.sse: kegs!.
importance to producers and con cooked on the grounds and were a I bell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house In Flridabecnse I give good k.<
the delicate femal natural '
'_ t@ld'h.y. organs est goods and lull measure
t. sumers to justify us in this large use delightful addition to the bill of fare vigor and vitalily. Woman who have A tnalorder wiltconTinceyou thafwearethepeoole." Termscasn with the order.
, Who mothers are worried Youra anaiouatovieae.
of our space this week. This association Those present besides Mr. Mixson's lost their health and their beauty J. F. EDWARDS.

because &e children do not have been made "robust and
: embraces many of the Immediate family were, his daughterand rosy

: gain &tr&ugh and flesh we heaviest consumers of spirits turpen son-indaw. Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. cheeked" by the use of this marvelous

say give them Scott's Emul- tine in the world, and the views expressed Feaster; his son, J. D. Mixsou and medicine. 'VbcDAWomapfeJs
At the Ocala High School.
SltM. ty: them are naturally of wife; his! brother; C. B. Mixsou and
The following is a list of pupils
It is Kke tile in the great interest to all connected with Miss! Kate Stricklani, of Heidtville. Depressed
penny making 100 per cent in spelling in the
the production or distributicn of A pleasant feature of the occasion t
milk because it works and Sth grade for the month of December has -
naval stores. was the presence of Mr. Mizson's frequent headaches, a"bad ease of nEn .lack of
because there is something I Idaughtlr viz: Edna Smith, Eleanor Edwards, ( / ppet1te.. inability to sleep well a morbid, 9
Even a casual reading of the report Miss Viola, the efficient feeling,it 13 Dot necessarily some dire female mifaLiver ;
it.Scott's Eula Durance, Lilly Gamble.
; astonishing about shows at once that the paint and teacher of the Heidtvilte school, who It's the
Emulsion is simplya vuruish manufacturers are on the wa at home for the holidays. ,,
I Heron Todd, Clarence Metfert, Don't ran to get today at
milk of pure cod liver oil alert for something to take the placeof A FRIEND. your druggists a bottle of :
Grover McClure, :Marguerite Porter,
with some hypophosphites pure spirits tupentine at the pres- The members of St/ James Protestant : HERBINE
Eleanor Edwards, Frank Harris,
for delicate ent prices. They have been willingto Episcopal church in this city I .
prepared <
especially Valoure Iziar Sara Davis. It
give any substitute that offered a have begun the erection of a buildingon and will quickly and surely restore the .Kidney, .,
to tWlcm;
stomachs. HONOR EOLW7TH GRADE. feel organs normal You'll
reasonable trial. They have, it ia their church lot to be used as a a new woman after taking the Pz t bottle
take to it naturally Jean Tcague Phil Robinson 50
Children ; Cents. ALL
evident, or at least some of them public reading room. Such an institution DRUGGISTS.

because they like the taste have, given the wood distilled spiritsa i is a much needed want in this Leonard Spaldiug Burton Smoke,

and the remedy takes just as trial, and the results so far have not city for the colored people. The Mary Seymour, Adel Bittinger, Maggie

Pyles, Mammie Counts, Ben
naturally to the children because been II/Jtisfactory.-Sav. Naval building and equipments are supported Brick

; it is so perfectly adaptedto Review.Dr. by public donations. Any moneyor Todd. Ocala_Band of Mercy. LOTTW. JOHNSON;'

j books' given for this cause will be Lime
David McKeathan of --- --Dealer in-
their wants. Gillespie The young people who are compete
received T. L.
thankfully by McCoy
all weak and pale and Jacksonville, and Miss Ellen Hale for the prizes offered the Hair
For I ing by com-
layman in charge. The Rev. H. W.
thin children Scott's Emulsionis Underwood were married in the Little will on Thursday evening, Jan. mittee of the above association, for Cement

Episcopal church at Fayelleville, X. the best "Kindness" in
: essays any
treat _
i the most satisfactory 7:30 o'clock, deliver a lucture on the PROPRIETOR or {
C., on the afternoon of December29th. form) are requested to Bend in their Laths
book of Leviticus to which the
$ pub.
ment. We will send you Dr. McKeathan formerly livedat lic is cordially invited. papers to Miss Tatham, secretary, by And THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.

/. Wednesday, the 20th of the month, locomotives For Sale and Lease.
the penny, e., a Brooksville and is well known in
Isaac Story, Ava, Mo., writes Sept. Shingles.Offic .
when the present competition closes '
sample free. Second Hand Rail Bought and Sold.
this county. He has attained much 10th, 1900: "I was in bod health, I .

Be lure that this picture in had stomach trouble for twelvemonths Long papers are not desirable, One 72x16 ft hieb. pressure return tabular boiler, one
.. the form of a label is on the success in the profession of medicine to the and nothing 25 horse Economic boiler on* 100 horse
of every bottle oJtmuLion also dumb chills. Dr. J. W. merely point, power power

( .j P- rapper: you buy. and ia also engaged in the turpentine Mory prescribed HERBIXE, it curedme must be copied from newspapers or and Shops 1u1GNew Ball Automatic York engine Safety, ont.OJ:2.t engine: one Toibert 12x18 engine Erie, City one

SCOTT & BOWNE, business. Dr. and Mrs. McKeathanwill in two weeks. I cannot recommend books.. near engine, one 6x24 Frank Planer, one 30 ton Baldwin locomotive

Chemists, it too highly, it will do all you and a lot of other boilers and endaea and
S. A. L. FreightDepot.
the winter the Duval
spend at '
409 Pearl St., N. Y. claim for it." Sold by Anti Monopoly FOLEY'IONFX .- other machinery on hand.

Sac and'1.00: all druggist I hotel, Jacksonville. Drug Store and Tydings & Co. m J Cures'i Propa 3 Pneumonia LIKE CITY FLORIDA .

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Government Adopting Measures to Repress ;, Present Negotiations May Result In ,_

Samt. Their Being Opened. I
New York, Jan. Preventative London, Jan. 6.-The Corean charge I II !

measures are being adopted by the i d'affaiies. In an interview, said he has I ,
New Orleans market Thrown A LARGE SHIPMENT f
government, says a Herald dispatch Not good reason to believe that the no
Russian Reply to Japan {
Into an Uproar. from Montevideo, Uruguay, to repress gotiations between Cores the United ;

the revolutionary movement just started ., Yet Received.BEAR ; States, Great Britain, Japan and Russia ii i

HORT8 ARE SENT TO COVER.In by the so-caued Natioaat'et party, {I 1 regarding Wiju and loagampho ,. r

The ostensible cause of the move- : PREPARING FOR ACTION. will result in the opening of those

Crescent City the Market Became ment is the presence of two regimenti II ports at an early date. Russia, h HATS in Light: Colors. if I

of cavalry in the department of Rivera Eastern Situation Grows More Complicated added, is till opposing the opening, ,
Most Excited Over Reading of the I t
which the government sent there !\ .I and a few Russian troops have occupied {
Census Bureau's Report of Cotton during the conflict between Uruguay I and It Seems That War Be Yongampho, but he believed the 1

Ginned to December 1. and the Brazilians along the boundary I tween Japan and the Czar's Country negotiations would terminate in a decision 1r I

line. The Nationalists. who have a Is Inevitable. favorable to the views of Corea Come end take a look at them i }
New Orleans Jan. 6.-The cotton majonty in the department, say t1 ere and the powers desiring the opening

market was furiously active throughout is no necessity for the troops to remain Tokio, Jan. 6.-The Russian replyto of the ports. tI I

'the morning. The surprisingly. longer, but the true cause seems J'a.an has not yet been received I Corea, the charge d'affaires further

bullish Liverpool cables threw the to be the decision of the governmentto 1: :--.pert_d ::ui V.a::rostcck that dacl:;.rcd, we.:;.:.! ::':':".. t:::-::::e :J His- W. J. Chambers' Shoe Co. I

market into an uproar and sent the break down the influence of Sara. the Russian squadron there is: pre 1 1 II r sia's proposal: to establish a neut:alI I

shorts to cover. The second surprise via, a petty local chief, who enjoys 1 anng for action. I zone iu northern; Corea, as it wo; la

of the day came with the reading great popularity and influence in Riv Official dispatches sent from Tokio prejudice! the sovereignty and int -g- I

of the census bureau, report on era.The to: Paris late yesterday evening say rity of Corea, which is guaranteed oj 0.......................: :

the amount of cotton ginned to Dec. movement up to the present the minister for foreign affairs had the Anglo-Japanese treaty.

13.The has been without importance, though not received the Russian reply up to Telegraphic advices received from : SEND US YOUR NEXT ORDER FOP. I

most enthusiastic bulls did not there have been several collisions. that time. The officials here con- Seoul by the charge d'affaires as lateas _

expect anything under ,OOOOOO bales clued from this that Viceroy Alexie3! two days: ago, did not mention tae : WHISKEY. :

), and the report of 8,526.244 bales sent EXPLOSION CAUSED ALARM. is awaiting an opportune moment to possibility of Japan landing troops at i

prices up about half cent. At one present it. No direct word had yet Alasampho.

time prices were about 80 points Excitement Among Local Members of been received from St. Petersburg that Corsa's relation with Russia and Japan I J_ :

higher than the close of yesterday.The the Housesmiths' Union. the reply hau been for yarded, but': were friendly and the charge:

hull leader was the most aggressive New York, Jan. 6.-A mysterious ex the unofficial reports to the effect d'affaires did not believe war would If yea wt the :e cw cli: Zestacty article, the gssis wftiat the .

> of the longs and bought heav plosion has caused considerable excitement that the answer Las been ,made are result from the present negotiations.: i9adahe. Cur prices will tell the tale. S

:- ily. His purchases yesterday were among the local membersof considered correct | .

enormous and it is estimated that the the Housesmiths' union who are in Owing! to the absence of details ragardin i CHICAGO THEATERS CLOSE. .- Bowen's Corner Rye, Old I. W. Harper Rye tit

advances of the last two days have session in the Teutonia assembly! room s the Russian reply the officials t .'_ per gal ... .. .. $3.23 (highest grade) per gal $-100

made the bull clique half a million at Third avenue and Fifteenth street here rre careful not to express an Many Attractions Forced to Mate Baker 4 X Rye, per gal. 3 i 25 Old MoDogran per gal........ 4.00 S

dollars. While the delegates were busy dis the but the j Arrangements Old Silver Lake ..
opinion as to outcome, gen I Other Rye Maryalud Club Rye per gal.. 4 00

Late in the morning March was 79 cussing union affairs, a terrific explo-- ral lone of comment in official circles i Chicago, Jan. .-Action by the C:i1- per gal. . . .. 3.25 Old Sip Tyler Rye per gal .. 3.25 5 '
points higher than the close of yes sion in the basement shook the build less hopeful. council having mane the
is biightly :ago city
Highest grade of pure North Carolina Co i Whiskies at prices (I
terday at 13.98; :May was 79 points ing.In The most significant feature of the opening of any theaters inside of two
higher at 15.25 and July was 86 points the bar on the ground floor glass iispatch from Tokio is the statementthat weeks improbable, the managers of from $I.50 to $3 pr gallon. Al snoods delivered free of charge ,
f ware was destroyed and the patrons Prompt shipments: and >-ioa guaranteed. I9endpo'+tome:
t. higher at 15.50.SPECIAL Japan is hastening final preparation the attractions now here have begun .. .
fled to the street. show- or express orders.
Investigation des for the of .
( for a far more extensive their arrangements placing
:. GRAND JURY. ed that a Japanese bomb of paper and .
than at first
patch of troops to Corea their companies elsewhere.
tin had been set off. I
contemplated.! The government has Henry W. Savage, of the Yankee
May Be Called to Investigate Iroquois The damage was confined to the now decided to send an army of 35- Consul organization, called the company .

Theater Horror. glassware. 000 men organized as two divisions, I and informed them that a week

Chicago, Jan. 6.-A special grand Members of an opposition union are to Corea. This is more than double of rest would be taken here at full I BOWEN & COMPA Y.
the charged with the deed.DOWIE'S i
Jury may be called to investigate the strength of the expedition first salary. The Studebaker will remain

responsibility for the Iroquois fire hor I. contemplated, and requires a large closed until it can be ascertained what

ror.The PLAN. fleet of transports and extensive arrangements the revised ordinance will require. e 140 E. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

proposition has been discussed I which are proceeding rap The Ward and Vokes company at

., ney at a Dineen conference and Coroner between Traeger State Alton and I I New Enterprise City Under Founder.San Way. by Zion' idly towards destination completion.The the Great Northern will leave the city :..... ..................:

of this army is expected today. The Bostonians:: to have presented
the decision was that Assistant State's Antonio, Tex. Jan. .-John I
to be southern Corea, particularly "Robin Hood" tnis week at Me-
Alexander Dowie, the founder of Zion
Attorney Barnes shall be detailed to
Fusan and Yongampho. It ia Vickers, are devoting their enforced
canvass the situation today when the City is not going to Australia on this
--I understood at first, that Russia would I leisure to rehearsing. r
trip. He has arrived here to investigate -
coroner takes up his plans for the inquest
not object to the expedition, but the Mrs. Fiske, who was to have appeared
Matagorda Island on the Texas
magnitude of the expedition raises at the Grand, has not decided what
The coroner will inspect the ruins coast, as a site for a new "Eternal
some doubts as to whether Russia will will be done
during the fortnight she '
of the theater during the day, after City. ; Iti'ap [Istsaixsios adv\
acquiesce. was to have spent here. It is understood ea, s
which the public prosecutor will be Dowie's plan is to enter on extensive -I \
Rumors are in circulation at Marseilles that Mr. Brady will send "ThePit" m3qi HSIUTJ noX ajo; q Oat -3 nwsi \
given an outline of the evidence to stock farming and factory work. ot 'pea 6,8ITpcsaan asca mot
that French naval seat
a division on the road next week. ,
be deduced at the inquest He has an option on the island which aa p vlzaa SZ woo sSep :o; gain;Q
of the
composed armored cruisers tile '
: On the report of the assistant embraces 30,000 acres. / 1maleJa
bor, Dissix and Admiral Aube and the I To Form an Association.New .
state's attorney will hang the decision Dowie admits that he has had this
turret ship Suffern is about to receive i York, Jan. 6.-Former President : JI sq1 ems ei gad etn pn* 'Jawi so sotptsoj md aqj
as to the summoning of a special plan in mind for some time, and that
l orders to sail for the Far East. i
William King, of the Mechanics'agsociation
grand jury. The regular grand jury he may bring his entire following to I S13Ti3d
'I The reports, however, cannot be confirmed has planned to start Feb-
will be convened on Jan. IS. Its the new settlement sJOHVTh
here, but there is a reason to 1, on an extended tour throughout S1IH !M1
docket already is heavy. I ii
UNDER A SERIOUS CHARGE. I believe that the naval authorities are the south and west, with a view to the ; (Ii I
II n maocui
I considering the disposition of the warships ultimate formation of a National Mer tl f Il i iI
CHICAGO WILL NOT DANCE. Pierce County Man Jailed Pending an in the event of a serious turn chants' association. Although no def. \ \\I rq5J oq1 ai ;rot eemasH rime pas gano 7g2u eq1 r I

Investigation. In the situation. This is due mainlyto inite plan of union has been formulated 1 ter) Jong eq1 ea i8 iega luaugeaal ttno agy sussm pus '1 il.' '

,1 I Great Theater Horror Has Thrown Blackshear. Ga., Jan. 6.-John Manning the present small French navai It is the purpose to discuss the \ ci eta al 'aqa peaq ; is 'senusnotffq 'aonvdteasoa ,aaoa fuagy

Damper on Amusements. a white man, who lives in this force in the Pacific which is confinedto feasibility of such a combination with aoewd 1 taJu s le pcotq eqt stoma ettq sqt
Chicago, Jan. 6.-Because of the Iroquois ';ur at op o1 ettsl pire *pidioi c{frill eq1 n q. '
county a few miles from Offerman, two unimportant vessels. existing local organizations ultimately
theater disaster Chicago did not /I
Is charged with the murder of his wife, taking in merchants to the number of 'SPUiVAUI3UU0Jg0 fsa
dance last
night. Scores of dances
which is said to have occurred some FATAL EXPLOSION. 500. >
set for the evening hurriedly were Ir3jlSS2USt10i1)8
weeks ago. The story io.1.\ complicated -
cancelled or postponed to a later date. Proved ) {, '.
one, and bids fair to become Fourteen Men Killed In NitroglycerineWorks Operation .'
For the same reason that young per
pore complicated still.Manning's In England. Chicago, Jan. 6.-Frank Hodges
: sons refrained from the waltz and
two-step last evening CEicago may not wife was a Miss Rogers, Penzance, England, Jan. 6.-Fourteen Clark, of Evanston, IlL, once private

J dance much for a week or more. of Wayne county. The pair did not men were killed and several were secretary to General Francis Butler,

Sorrow and respect for the dead get on well, and there were frequent injured by an explosion today at the is dead at St. Frances hospital following
quarrels. A tew weeks ago troublewas nitroglycerine department at the Na an operation. During 21
have detained years
may some, but by fat
the greater number avoided the wax. renewed and in the midst of it tional Explosive Works, 8 miles from he was a paymaster in the United POST OFFICE DRUG STORE' OCALiFL"r'tr11r"r"r"r"r"r"'ttr"'r'tr",11"'f'tf"r'1r"\. ,

ed floor because Building Inspector a brother of Manning's is said to here. States navy. Since 1890 he was an -

Williams Harrison "not had to decided shoulder with Mayor more have brother arrived called on to him the and scene.told him His to a The cloud whole of .black district smoke was enveloped and nearly in official, and of the the Westinghouse General Electric Electrid company " " " f '" '

responsibility." any go for a doctor, and a few minutes every window at St. Ives,. 3 miles company at Washington, D. C. Mr.

later called to him that he need not from the scene of the explosion, was Clark is survived
by a wife and 411
"Close seven OPEN
up and keep closed until you CAMPBELL SMITH 00. I
have shown my inspectors that you go, as his wife was dead. shattered by its terrific force. children. I l
Next day the body was interred, Many windows were also smashedat ,
are complying with the ordinance with -
but suspicions having been aroused be- Penzance. -
Buys Warship. -
ty appliances3 the order sent out -
cause of the circumstances of Irs. New York, Jan. 6.-The -
warship ;
to exits
respect stairs and other sato
by the inspector to the proprietors o. Manning's death, an inquest was ordered FOUND FROZEN TO DEATH. Captain Pratt has been ordered to : Headquarters, Jacksonville, Fla. ;;

300( public halls used for dances and the verdict of the jury, it is Tragic Fate of Traveling Salesman proceed to dry dock and to embark --- --......

other general assemblies. reported, being suicide. From Tennessee.St. full war equipment says a Herald dispatch : -

Subsequently, Mrs. Manning's people Louis. Jan. 6.-The dead bodj from Valparaiso, Chile. It isI I TWO BARGAINS

RECORD FIRE LOSSES. being dissatisfied, had the body of a man frozen stiff was found todayon presumed the vessel has been already :

exhumed, and a further inquest was Prairie avenue, in the west portionof sold to Japan. The Captain Pratt -- --

Total of $156,197,700 for Year Just held. The jury, after investigatingthe the city and identified as Edward was built at LaSeyne, France, in 1890, -- --

Closed. (case returned a verdict charging Edmundson, a traveling salesman from and is a third-class battleship of 6,901 f 5 A New Full-Sized Upright Piano -3

New York, Jan. 6.-A record of loss murder upon the husband. it Greenfield Tenn. The police believdhe tons, with a maximum speed of 18.3 17500. _

by fire in the United States and Can is reported that her neck was 'brok went to sleep and froze to death knots. 5 A Nearly New Mathushek <: Son, 325.00.fc :-::

ada for the year just closed compiledby en. unnoticed. -

The Journal of Comme ce, shows Manning's people, so it is said will Mrs. Latimer, Authoress, Dead. --- -::

\' a total of 156197700. have the body re-exhumed and exam -. ----- ...-..-- -....,- Baltimore, Jan. 6.-Mrs. Mary Elizabeth ELEGANT CflSE, ELASTIC TOUCH, SUPERB TONE ifg
.. This is the greatest sum since 1893 ined by experts in order to establish Chicago, Jan. 6.-To raise $:>0.000 to Wormley Latimer, the authoress .- -

with the exception of the year 1901. that Mrs. Manning did not die as s enforce the laws and prosecute the is dead at her home here. She ?:-: =

result of violence at the hands of hel.1i.usband. ] I crusade against crime is the objectof was 78 years old and has been in Write Us.Ve Lead, Others Follow. :-;

Forsyth County Tragedy. a committee just appointed by the feeble health lor some time, the shockof -

Suwanee, Ga., Jan. 6.-At oJKing's < It is charged that she died as a result Chicago Citizens' Anti-Crime commit the death of her husband, Randolph rr --

near Big Creek postoffice, in of a larga dose of strychnine tee. James H. Eckels president o! Latimer, on Christmas eve, hasteningher Pianos and

' ., Forsyth county, about S miles from taken with suicidal intent and to es- the Commercial National bank, will end. Her husband was a member | Organs j

this place Will Gravett was killed lablish that fact Manning's people act as chairman of the new committee of the engineer corps which laid

,, by Frank Bagley who ,was himself have forwarded had the stomach removed and on ways and means. The other out the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. 711111IINIIIIIIlIIUIIl111lI1lIUI 1 1 1-illy11lII11lllllfllllllllllllllllC!! !!
to Chemist
Payne an-
James L.
f cut 37 times, and it is thought his are Houghtaling, i

+ wounds will prove fatal. Gus and alysis. Ernest A. Ham l. Michael Cudahy, Brought Valuable Cargo. --:!

Tom Bagley were also severely cut Erskine M. Phelps F. E. Coyne, Jas. San Francisco, Jan. 5.-The Occidental
Ohio Legislature Meets. B. Forman and Edward E.
but will probably recover. The
cause and Oriental liner
Columbus, 0., Jan. .-The Seven Coptic just SEABOARDAir
Every member of the
-'of the row is reported to have been committee baa arrived, brought one of the most-valu r
ty-sixth assembly convened 10
at personally accepted the appointment.
whisky and women. able
cargoes ever
i came here. It
o'clock today in biennial session. Af
Millions In Christmas Gifts. included 1,581 bales of silk, valued at
Unusual terthe members of the two brancheshal Line !Rail\vay.
case. selected their seats the governor's Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 6.-Captan about Jl.200,000, besides gold la Jap--
New York, Jan. 6.-A case of anthrax Frederick Pabst whose funeral has anese yen valued at Jl.250,000. For SAVAXXAII. COLU1IIIIA CAMDEX SOUTHFK\.
message was presented and occupiedthe ES
which is a malignant disease, remaining time of the session. Just been held, on Christmas mada KICHMOXD, .H.iSIIIXGTOX. MALTIMOUE l-UII.\UEL

rare among human beings, although gifts to every member of his family, Embarking Troops. PIIIA, %EW YORK ;
Economy in state expenditures is the
common to cattle, has been discovered keynote of the message said by his close friends to aggregate Paris Jan. 6.-A dispatch to The Two Elegant'Trains
at a hospital here. The afflicted man some $5,000,000 or $5,000,000. Captain Havana agency from Tokio today Daily

supposed he had a carbuncle on the Canton Elects Officers. I I I Pabst fully realized that his illness says: The preparations for the embarkation .
aide of his head which was badly Canton, G*., Jan. 7-In the city election would be fatal, and that the end of two divisions of Japanese SEOEO RD MAIL.

swollen An operation for the removal here Dr. J. JL Bates was elected was not far off. The entire wealthof troops ale continuing actively. It Is

of the affected portion was quickly mayor, with the following citizens as Captain Pabst is estimated at $10- believed they will be dispatched to Modern Pullman EquipmentOnly

performed, and it is believed the patient councilmen: R. O. Pincher W. A 000,000. ports in south Corea to restore order.
1 will Jne:()perating Daily Through .
recover. Perry, Green B. Johnston, R. M. Run coum coon ucaa. Sleepers from Jacksonville *
1 : Schooner Sunk In Harbor. yan and F. P. Burt At their meeting Dublin Jan. 6.-Count A. J. Moore Work For 1,000 Men. to New Q leans. T
i '' New York, Jan. 5.-The schooner last Saturday night J. A. Tharpe was Pittsburg, Jan. 6.-The Black Diamond Tickets on sale for.trains scheduled to leavn Jacksonville 9am
died tody In Ti>>perary. He was born
V 3 Charles K. Buckley, from Charleston elected city marshal and Frank P. in 1849, and was a former memberof Steel company mills of the Crucible and,7:50 p. m. August 19. limit returning to September end.
J_ sunk today off Governor Island in Burtz clerk and treasurer. Before He Steel company of America till For full information and sleeper reservations call on an Agent

New York harbor. It is supposed retiring the old council called an election count parliament and commander was of the created Orderof a resume work in nearly all depart- I A. O.MacDONEI A. G. P.Agt., JacksonvilJp via. i#*

she was cut through by the ice So on the school question to be held Gregory by the late Pope Lea ments toaaorow. giving work to 1,000 JOHN DOZIER, Agent. W.W. CONDON, City Ticket .A gen
far as known, no lives were lost on Jan. :20.: men. OCALA FLA.
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PRACTICAL FASHIONS. NMN . Thaa in America? Two nights ago AHEAD 'OF DATE.We I
.t ionic one kicks on my door and makes
Huts Fop the "'0_. Who Manage. DER. GERMAN a great noise und scares me awful bad. eumatism t
: Dr...' With E eeaomy. I used to think that "up to date"
look' feller
Vhen I out & says: Was certainly a phrase
Light weight clothes are the desirable COBBLERHe "Hello you! Vhaa you asleep hen Denoting progress that deservedThe
fabrics to choose for street suits. Many I I kick on der door?" very highest; praise. Not Skin
all wool But in these ever hustling Umaa Is a Disease.Most .
examples are in very good "Of course I vhas. Thus der some
More is the
S-enJ 1 rapid gait
middle tones In the 'early spring l 'ors, which remain still in Concerning Queer Pe pla "I guess oot." Must be ahead of date. damp chilly air penetrates the muscles and joints and causes the terrible ache
vogue,'sueb .and that it is like skin disease to be rubbed with lini-
+ "Xo fire no robbers? pains, or something a away
as greens, browns grays; and blues. Copyright. 1903. by C. B. L.wla "No. Though In the present men must live. ment or drawn out with plaster.;but Rhuematism originates in the blood ud I.

Black and white cloth mixtures are t. . . .M. . . .1 "But why you kick on my door?" Well They knowing for the that future success plan.rewards caused by Urea, or Uric Acid, an irritating, corroding poison that settles in muL
always an excellent purchase as well The workers in the van. joints and nerves, producing inflammation and soreness and the sharp tatting r
"To if vhas
If the design is not too vas shust like: dot little tailor; "see you, asleep a They know they cannot Ut tada.ltpon pains peculiar to this distressing di ease. -
pronounce .I IT und Mr. Voglestein gays I vhaa I awake. tomorrow wait Exposure to bad weather or sudden Bowling Green IT.
I f: One has to make sure not to buy any. Shell I don't hat no; gun nor dynamite But have to hustle all the time chilling of the body will hasten an atAbo1l.'a year&my A"acked by MUM I
too slow. I vbas in America fortwelve rheumatism 1D .houlden. armI and
thing but small figures or checks when i und I can't kill him. but I like to And keep ahead of date. tack of Rheumatism after the blood and legs below the knee. I could not raise my
one departs from materials in one color years but mebbe I don'tcatch put der law after him. It can't be system are in the right condition for it arm to comb my hair. Doctors. prucrib '
on yet. It vhas a great country Before one year is well advanced tor me for over two months
than which nothing Is safer. An au- : right to speak to me like dot. How Extensive plans are made N to develop,but have netting to do with 1name anyreliet. 11..8.s.S aadieerti.4 I
tumn suit of fabric should be selected .for business, but dere Chas some queer has it only last night? '1 vhaa on my By leaders in all Industries! the real true causes of Rheumatism, and decided to try it. Immediately loomm -
peoples around. Der odder night I To capture next year's traJ which are internal and not external. .nced Us use I felt better and remarkedcles \
also with
a view to spring wear by ev doorstep smoking my pipe vhen a Before season. thAt I 111'&',lad I had&,l..t found
vhas in bed. She vhas after midnight one fairly on Liniments plasters and rubbing some
woman who und intc + continued ita use aDd lUllWiU
ery her stranger comes along walks
manages dress store wise
men wio are welt
und I vhas asleep. Somel>>',f jings my sometimes reduce the inflammaentirely I will always feel deeply
money with economy and it cannot berepeated door belt ten times und I wake oop my house und sits down und pounds Lay in next season s stocks of goods tion and swelling and ease the pain for interested in the uoceas at 8. \. D.awe*
too der wall und cries for And wisely advertise did me .much good.
emphatically that an extra und put my head oudt of der window on out aome a time, but fail to relieve permanently
yard or two saves many dollars toward pody to came along queek. The politicians, always shrewd. because they do not reach the seat of 31112th stAL1CB: HOBTOS.
und und what
'; the future remodeling SUM to say who you are you "Who you vhas?" I says. Long months before begin the trouble. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism because it attacks it in the blood and
come and not to be Ignored.The want It vhas a man. und he looks "Hash Brown. Their preparations for the fight the Uric Acid poison is neutralized, the sluggish circulation T
oop und says: la which th.y hope to Vila. stimulated and quickened and soon the system
figure shows a tailor made "Und vhat you h re1'
walk- "Hans vhas your name Peter?" Th. statesmen to their duty true is purified and cleansed, the aching muscles and
Ing suit of mixed tan Scotch goods in "I vhas an orphan""But In nation and in staU.
"No, sir: my name is Hans""Hans joints are relieved of all irritating matter and a listing
plaid effect with dbeline nobs of vhy you come In my house?' Devote much thought to future needs
scar- eh r. And for them legislate cure of this meet painful disease effected. '*
let and green The skirt Is in nine "Yes sir. "Because she vhaa an orphan asyhim. S. S. S. is a harmless vegetable remedy unequalled *

gores with Inverted box plaits at lower "Bat it ought to be Peter. IM walka ." In private life 'tis just the sam. as a blood purifier and an invigorating,pleasant tonic. Book on Rheumatism will
part of the !! "You vhas mbttok. for those who there succeed be mailed free.
seams flaring from be-
Peter I ,
: mile nnd ring dot bell to find Like workers In t$. wider flal.il
neath the strap points. The back la to i "Oh-ah-I see! n.n.l' cure has Art keeping In the lead.

inverted plait The Norfolk coat ta shunt as good nad you hurry oop dos In all &!fair.. It matters not
slightly double breasted, fastening with I I triM oysters." Where fend ambition climb. s auaa asvs, ev aneQS osra ar. ,,eB -
.dark green bone buttons. JL green diiJ4ll I can't make it all out America The man wfcg'i net shad of dt '
Is far behind the times.
cloth belt passes under the box plait vkas a great place und I like to live Plttsburg Chronlci' -Te] graph. s
straps on the coat the cloth cuffs finish here. I shall be mixed oep no mom

la strap points with a button, and i.1ftr' i. I shall protect myself. Some day t Suspicion. 1
cloth is inset in the small turnover col- Q13 i3LER man vhill come in my shop. He hiss "I am a little bit afraid of her." said To grow strong. Unless we get

lar. The tan felt outing hat is trimmed look around und say: Miss Cayenne. N } good meat we may u well let

with a pheasant breast and twist of ELrl "Do you know why my name it "She has wonderful tact." ( it alone. There is no strength

green velvet caught with a buckle at Brown "Yes; she must know everything that 21 \
} He likes me to he / : in tough meat-instead of giving
the right side. say no so can say could possibly annoy one: otherwiseshe 51 \
Street skirts escaping the pavement because It ain't Black but I don't are smart looking made with many i f Ha. ha, ha! I smile a le Ue una disagreeable subjects."-Exchange. 1
it. It to be careful 111I
( pays
reach for my club, nod I smile some ....
more und move aloog, and in shunt oa I / I buying meat-be sure to get ;

r minute more-pop, bang! _' the best-tender and choice.
He vhas lying OB der floor, nnd der
......... coroner says be has so dead he don't I Pay a little more if need be and

know vhat hit him. Yes. sir; dot VOL* put something in your stomach
I \ it And nopody won't bother me no !
1 -fl:' 4 which will put flesh on your
\ sore and I hail all K. O. L =
I M. QUAD # bones an .
I II 4 \ \ \ i A Harrowing Me".F7. i heart.EDWARDS I

It was at a funeral and a somewhat BROS.Stalls
old minister officiating. H .
lachrymose was ANNE BROS
I-! I ,,r ""Rei!, TEAS TOCB KaX2 PITU r ,
Stalls 2 and 4 City Market, OcaLa Fla. ;
r don't like to find Hans. It vhu a Referring to his long acquaintancewith JACKSONVILLE flA*

mean trick on a 4Uan who loves his the deceased he said: 5e5au c. G ilI1fii' 5 5aFaeanrca > rv!ijjIii\lliiiVriiiiI! i ijjlGi aGai

country. You than too fresh und if "Ah, brothers and sisters, many a -
you come down here I'lIftx you out!" time hare I dandled this corpse on mykneeLipplncott's. Real Estate!
I don't go down, but my wife vha .
r-,j + seared uad don't go to sleep for two SEED POTATOESWe

hours. It wasn't right by me. I like to Ill. Preference. Real Estate!

!II''I i I' be Peter to oblige somebody, but bow He-Life is simply one grand chase.If .

can I be vhen I has Hans? Nbody you are not among the pursuers '\ hat. a full stock of
can be two mans can he? Some odder you must be one of the pursued. Your wants in this line for

night vhen I vhas dreaming avhay.umebody She-Will you run with the hounds Spaulding's Improved Rose No.4.

rings dot bell und wakes me or fly with the deer? City or'County Property Maine Early Rose.
oop. I look oudt und find a man. und
He-I will fly with you dear if yon
I'i he says: please.-Kansas City Journal Orange Groves, etc., can Bliss Triumph.
"''heU,1 vhas here.
"Und who vhas you?" I asks. Think Well of Htauelt be supplied. Special attention Is well as other varieties at lowest market prices. Write for

,AI LIl4irA'i "My name vhas Shone "Isn't it strange," remarked Mrs. Bll- quotations, stating number of bags wanted.ID .

;.' "But I don't know you." I says Line to her husband "that I can never given rentaccounts. )+AL POTATO MANURE, 130.00 per ton will make them

I -ta" "Dot makes BO deeference. My name get a good bargain in shoes?' grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil

;4'iYllii f:111js vhas Shon s. und if you ever like ta "You did once," said her husband. Seed, Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and
lee me I vhill be around." "When was that?" Shipping," sent on request: '
"I shall neffer like to see you." "When you got me.-" .Chkago flee F. W. DITTO
--- der"But only I Shones vhas Shones In America.just der" same- I ord-Herald WILSON & TOOMEF} FERTILIZER COMPNY

Real Estate and Insurance
sea mOlUBLB W.1L1ISO sun. I can't make him out If he Thai Self Control. Jan 15 'JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Agents.

gores each gore stitched over with Stones, und it he likes to do some "Have you ever shed real tears walls "- .

z, three close groups on either side of business mit me. vhy don't he come by acting?" ,asked the inquisitive girL Ocala, a Fla. JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. QEO.W.HYDE Vice Pre
a earn and slits upon five of the front daylight? Jill has strange und queerIn "No" answered fro Stormiagton

gores at the bottom each fully twenty dig country. Two days ago a man Barnes. "I have felt it sometimes butI

inches in length. A short hip yoke, defined comes in my place und looks around make it a rule never to let my box The First National BankOF

by stitching or an applied pieceof und says: office cares intrude< la my art"-Wash-

cloth in design to match, or one "Vhas your name Shoieph?' ington Star.

showing the same shade of color but "No; It has Hans Vhas you lookIng THE RECEPTION ROOM RR GAINESVILLE.

differing from the material as a plain for Shoaephr"Oa.

cloth upon a figured one or the reverse nor."Vhas The l'a.luK of the Parlor-The Reception The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
tailor style. Upon the you looking for Hans?" Room Ilall.
is or
always a good "No." SEED Capital. .. .. . .. .. .. . .. ... .. .. ...... .... ....850,00000
bodice let the same cloth finish the colt One cannot help noticing remarks
out "Vhell. bow vhas Itr Deserve your confldence. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . .. .. .II. . 20,()()(' 00
Urhss ruche and in front spread the Art Interchange the rapid changes
- 1. across the bust in its design Let the "It vhas all right I shunt ask It during the past few years with reference .They have never Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bunk In the
won't fail
failed- now.
design chosen for the front of a yokebe you vhas Sbo iepb." to that room called "parlor" It Sold by all dealers.19O4 state. Solids the accounts of Farmers Merchants, Corporations,
"But If I vbas him r Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
also repeated on the end of front is: only a matter of a few years ago toed Aaaiua
tabs. Something of the same design "Den you vhas not Hans. See when the parlor was the principal postpaid free 0-17 transacted promptly. H. E. TAYLORCuhlu
D.M.FCRRV&CO.Detroit .
is to enter the cuffs at the wrists. The Uaype some one else see! but I don'tIt room in the house, noted for its: quietness ,Mien. .

.: only: way to execute such parts when seems to me dot If somebody can its large size its heavy curtained
a suit is: homemade or to reduce the ex come und talk to me like dot 1 should window and, still further, that heavy
: pense when the making is: done out haf der law on him. I speak to Mr.'oglestein upholstered: parlor set. In the majority HUBBARD & MAGDUFF

side is to have the design drawn or about it. und be says der of cases: the room was only occupied
stamped and then worked or made man vhas a dry shoker. ,If be VMS after the dinner hour of Sunday McIVES and Jon

' < ready to apply to parts by the d>n dry Thy don't he buy some beer to vet afternoon or when the people of the HEADQUARTERS _

maker or tailor. Under each split of oop? If be likes some chokes vhy house had company and what recollections
; the skirt the cloth should lay flat or be don't be laugh? I shall damage dot of these bygone days come to w
plaited finely. man If he comes some more. I vbai you when by chance you run across .. .
An Eton or a close fitting bodice with gone home der other day because I one of these tomblike parlors! To be AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE

belt may be preferred by some persons don't feel vhell. und I vhas sitting by sure, the house had the family sitting

but .short or halt long basques der door vhen a man comes along und I room or living room but the i>.rlor FUNERALDIRECTORS. ssntn. 55 INCH.N ,

fitted all in one on a tailor plan are says: i was the room of the house. a
much more easily carried out. whereasa "How about dot money?" Today the parlor is rapidly changing tee 41 ItIX

tight fitting bodice with the least possible "Vhat money?" into the reception room and each year 4t t.r s M su

blouse has its fitted basque sepa "Dot $20,000 you found in der alley!" getting smaller In size, and even In !... J 5* r'I.tint' '. J
rately attached either to the bodice by "But I don't find him." some cases it merges into a reception -1- I reins .
means of a belt piece between or in "Vhy not?" hall, forming a combination staircase Have a full stock of Coffins. Caskets ::o I ln. sy..
the latest styles with its basque attached "Pecause I don't heat 6f him." hall and reception room but In most i
and Burial Outfits. Special given to
to the skirt belt Where the "But vhy don't your 'cases the room still holds its post of I !>
basque is not to1 be split in the back "Pecause nobody tells me." honor near the front entrance and. ml J\juP. JiiLJ! th4Rtaular r-, +

one-halt has to be mounted on a nar- "But Thy don't somepody tel1)'our though small in size, is the "kid glove" '
row separate belt and brought round Und he goes on dot vhay for ten minutes room of the house and used for those I Embalming to Order .: -
to the front for fastening after the und den runs avhay. I don't make afternoon formal calls. I Style Special Hog,Horse and Cattle S'yle
skirt has been fastened. Shoulder him oudt Nobody loses $20,000, und x It is a reception room in the fullest! I, Stays 13 in.or 6 In.apart Stays 12 in. or 6 in.apart

capes or collars belong to the bodice nobody finds $20,000. und yet dot man sense of the word, a place of mating Made of large, strong high grade steel wires, heavily galvanized.
in this case. asks me about it. I vhas so excitedI the guest and the casual caller before
trimming and contraction.
rr Amply provides for expansion Is practically ever
j Sleeves are still very much on the don't sleep all dot night Und how they are invited into the family gath
Never matter how strain is on it
no a
lasting. goes wrong great put
models the tops shaped to the about dot man und a brick? I vhas In ering.
t arm. while tji&"flare if open or the ballooning my place vben he comes in mit a parcel In a neat little cottage costing approximately -.;. -- Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently. turn cattle, horses hogs

it dosed falls quite low upon He looks all around und says he $4,000, we have just seena (l and pigs-
F the wrist. This necessitates outside vhill lock der doer und be secret He reception room which would come
wraps of all kinds to have sleeves rails on tiptoe uhd speaks in vhispers. under the expression of diminutive.This EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE: GUARANTEED
dot on a table und house had a hall ot fair size,,
at the bottom not to interfere He puts parRl
wide enough
and Call and it Can show hot
the manufacturers
by by us. see you
wide bodice sleeves. takes off ten papers und says: about 10 by 14 feet with staircase at
. : with
"Hans how vhas dot?" one end. Opening off from this hall it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.
"It vhas a brick." was the library or living room 16 by Syracuse Chilled!! PillS Black Hawk and Economy Corn SlieHers Varnish.
The Face of *a Emfflme. "Did you ever see one betorer."Lots 18 and in one corner adjoining the ,

A writer in the London Saturday Review of times of course." front door was the reception room ? Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash Blinds Eta *
,: comments upon the fact that a "Vhell I vhas surprised about dot Just seven feet square with an arched }
railway engine has a face and that the If"you never seen one he vhas a curt opening into the hall and also into the Ocala FlaWORMS
face has an expression. "Look at an osity. He Thas made of clay und he library. This little room had one large Hubbard & Macduff .

engine." says the writer "and you can vhas used to build walls. You can't window facing the front very prettily

see that one looks noble-simply noble burn him oop like wood and he last draped and the decorations of the I .

In its strength; another gigantic 10 ten years." room were In old ivory with yellow
1 t force but not noble- an expression oft "But vhat of Itr I says. and gold. It had a soft rose colored

S, mere brute strength. Some engines "Oh. nettings. I shuat like to do you rug on the floor and a charming little Ld LL 1 WcC! WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE 4
have a lofty almost supercilious expression a kindness you know. It' vhas all chandelier of electric light the square f !, !

; others almost foolish. Some right und don't you say nettings. Mum being cut plaster of Inexpensive design.

s i.. have an air of smug stoutness. Then has der word. Hush! S'deathl"Dot cmsE.BLUM icon i Xoii in Quality. ISIfitaQMm7.

there are engines that distinctly look makes me mad. Don't I see A Convenient 'rraaceaeat. FIr 20 Years Has Led all Warn Readies t

angry and others cotnparattvely gentle I I some bricks before? Don't: I, know aD The picture from the Ladies World 517 and I 519 W. Bay St.Jacksonville eQlaa DT dX.Ia aRVCirCarsalTA.br .
What is the key to this physiognomy? about bricks? Must dot man lock: det
-r#. JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louts.;
shows how the toilet arrangements ofa ,
of expression? On fla. .. .,..
Where b the seat door and speak la vhispers to show mea --- --
small sleeping room. can. made not
tte whole U w< aa to be tha funnel. brick How vbas It dot sooch thing --- "

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fLOIIDA 1111"-CANAL ACROSS THE moves with such a fore* that there Is Tboizaa&ds .. -- -xXxxXxxXx- -XX-.-xxx"A"__W'VYxxx-
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reaching tbe dellp waters of the How To Find Dot. I 1 ,

of(article promised following our reader is tge first in yesterday's of a series Witblacoochee rivtr,averaging over Fill a bottle or common glass with your x x (ft HIGHEST QDALTY IS ,OUR MOTTO.
water and let It stand
twenty-four; hours a .
paper. They were contributed to this paper twenty feet, we: men with no obstructions -

about Cary and the year attracted 1869 'wide'spread iy the, late CoL attention S. M. G.i_ i I for nine rn I l-s. At the sediment unhealthy indicates or condi-settling an- ii:! : !nn!

Ed. Banner. I Jailer point ledges r "lif a lime p tion of the kid- *y MARION

Ya toe Editor ol the Ocala fianaer.Nittioual stone formation cross river andpru..nt / neys; if It stains

and international commerce obstructions be your linen it is Ifn I A
.. in can evidence cf kid- !
demand in this age of progress easily removed <.r a a ; ,. frequent desire topass I f I
a highway across the peninsula of
here the rmine
enginerr n>.t 'iei it in HARDWARE
or pain
Florida for vessels which traverse the whether to remove ..... "r.''inns and -- the back is also % % X X .
convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder nT t
Gulf of
glance at the pursue the river i Spring or ire out cf order.
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map of Florida attracts attention at diverge therefrom t'i r the lakes What to Do.

once.to the neck of the peninsula as on the northern pl,.' s'1.1 thenceto often There expressed is comfort, that Dr.in the Kilmer's knowledge Swamp-so z x COMPANY t1 I )

f the natural and moat direct route of the St. Johns river.* "hI! waters Root the great kidney remedy fulfills even XX
v wish in curing rheumatism: pain in the
transit. The topography of this line of Blue and Silver taps < t. summit back kidneys liver bladder and every part IIii)

f marks it aa the only feasible route for feeders. of the urinary passage. It corrects inability HEADQUARTERS FOR j Ix I
to hold water and scalding pain in pass .g : x
:r. A ship. canal. The natural reeourcts These springs art suoterranean It, or bad effects following use of liquor Xx
J' Along this line assure an easy con- rivers discharging!< 8tVo r.liy over six vine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant a ALL II

.I Jtructiou without costly applian"ces ot hundred thousand utm- feet per during necessity the of day being and compelled to get up many tc. go times often TTn LOO! W. FIELD FENCE

art. We will briefly notice the nat- minute. The forw- r m>S on the during the night. The mild and the extra- < r 'J ?*
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon '
)..oral advantages of tbis line as demonstrative eminence of the westerlope to the realized. U stands the highest for its won- i n I i ', t"JOU'T;;z. Rt r D LAWN FENCE. : :

of the feasibility of con- gulf and is distant flfit- mile, and derful cures of the most distressing cases. I I i I
If you need a medicine you should have the 8 INCHAbsO'ate XX
structing canal for vessels *f any discharges into) the Wi hlacoocbee; best. Sold by druggists inSOc.andl. sizes. Xx '
tonage.At i the latter rises on III eminence of You may have a sample bottle of this IIii f I efH' ''=ncy at ie. / \1 \/I I 1 I
wonderful discovery ? >
about eight ,miles, from the I the eastern elope, and tinargea into and a book that' tells tPj ,...._. L i r- : : I I
> ti'l r'tv t't- : : !: .
mouth of the Withlacoochee river the Ocklawaha, a tribu r> <>f the St. more about.both sent I .."I,...;< F. 3 H
absolutely free by mail ___ .:- b9 '
along the line of the deep waters off Johns river. These sp i <- are near Address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swunp-Hoot I I -, i II I
the Gulf of Mexico there are coral: ly on the sam! level aa' .ly twenty Co., Binghamton N.Y. When writing mea- fip I I ". .. ,. l &3miMBcie. I I
Jon reading this generous offer in this paper. t I > U
four miles Tb will afford an 3i4C
reefs above low Wkter which aa breakwaters apart. C..I ,ill-/ t v mM i
burpasa any cheap structures ample' and onv'ryiog" (>"Iy nf water IIii I I .. 'f : ;.: AM2lBiUv\ I J I I"f'

of art and form the sea walls of a for a canal of any e'lH From the Holiday .. [Pi'l1' : lJ 2 j R I ii I I II _
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the ..il'OOCbt'Ido 0' J '..1. ,1ra: t ATmTvAA ?>
harbor which requires a little aid too divergence on X XX .
XI 'I I n r au..ar
ilize li "B a grand port of entrance Silver Spring:! is tL 1& e..t tine of I I Ili f'-ir FT c rAR:ASD S7VL)NINE W SU flEICHTSVjOD I i

for a ship canal. Within these coral depretisiou between U.. ruiern and ,, c x xft I
ExposuresBring f' .t. ,. FENCE: IS
'i ;: reefs an COL ten trie circles ot oyster sou herD plateaus a* t. ni need by ) xxI

,: retC.and in combiuatioii form the tbt flow ot rivers audit tributaries. i Xn I i I I. rant y fencing t, .' factorily: solved, call and see tha I i I II

Iefe r breakwaters aLd Rive placiditto Thi- line passes ten i lv through. I I 1'Lt.WOOD'FENCE -now ycr for how little money you 1
'. Sat woods oval' Inns and I x ten Le absolute satisfa.tIC. ,,'-
ibe vatera which mote therein t" p on Coughs, Colds, X X
without eurf.Withuu. over a clay substraluuj '<' is defined, Grippe and other troubles I I I

F three coral and oyster as it providentally, h. "uli", lakes I
that can only be promptly 1 \\ Ocala Agents for ufx
e are
lime sinks. T' II I
frah it oulu be train to attempt to ana m on ag sn- < XII
nipped in the bud by using
mate artificially an outlet to the de+p erallevei througboai -lie elevations i I

naters of the gulf-as shifting'sands are local n passed ii M i "FAVORITE" 81 OVES & RANGES

would coualautly fill ana change through or at- run Silver TROPICAL[! .

Channel trough the outer reefs and Spni'g to the tii. J .. r the distance i. '- ii I I I T

-In a dmct line to the Witblacoochee ilt ab ui iwniiv n miles and i!

river there Is a gap of ample capacity an mstrumenial ( Oft" c.m deteraiue PINEAPPLE I ( l( kx ?x*

lIAr .nd lakes IT 1
for it passage of any vessels with .

a depth of twenty three tent of waterAS can he utilized. iutrancQ ;iiII The Marion Hardware Company i M e

,\u by maps of the roast sur into the St. Job ii is for tt UR A AND WINE[ I II i ,

ye,. From this gap the water gradually eogint to l'i whe.her a i1

fchoaia to the point *b-rettie direct transit t.li i i II dto the The Great Florida Reme- t I !iiil!i OCALA; FLORIDA. l !

\VhLl...oochee river debouches Into AtLuticoctau hn grand, j. xx

the gulf. On account of the obstructions deep and land iu- r be navigated dy, backed by more thana I I t I IT I If"

r of coral and ojsttr refs the to its IIU... ,u Johns million dollars of Flor- \ -xxxxxx- -xxx- -xxx-\:,xXx- -xxx- -xxxxxxxxx- -xxx- -xxx- -xxx- '"
til ......xxx- -xXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xXx- j,:! .
,' Withlacoochee river at lit mouth bar or pass throu u it know as ida capital. Look at the

dissipated its waters and after J the "tsiiters" to nboratFer-
many names of the gentlemenwho -a. ..
--- --- --- .
ages this formed a delta which separated nand lOa. The pawatirough the -- ..

the deep waters ot ,the river "cjistsis" has btu mined by compose this com- '- THE 4"r
pany and see if this is nota -.. ,
from the deep waters of the gulf. The eminent engineers and uy them pro-

bed of this shoal between the deep nounced practicable to te opened for sufficient guarantee of

waters of river and gulf is composed sea going vessels. merit.Wm. .

of a soft lime rock, shells and coral At Fernandina we have all that is
.S. Jordan Pies, Banker and Capitalist'
formations. The limestone la soft desirable aa a harbor for ocean Cbaa. Blum,Vice Pies,Wholesale Merchant CABLE COMPANY
J.J. Williams,2d Vice-Pres.,Commercial Sales-,
:f and disintegrated and can be easily cut steamers etc. .man.B. W.Sperry. ,Treasurer Prop.Duval HoteL
through removed. The coral and In conclusion, the maximum inland Thos.A. Dada,Sec'y and Mftr.Publisher.D. .
HMcMillan. Vice-Pres. Consolidated Na' al
oyster reefs can be cut through with- canaling will be a"out sixty four Stores Co. "
W. C. Yeiser,Pres.The Metta Co. -
out difficulty. A channel once opened miles from tidal water to tidal water E. E West, Capitalist and Lumber Manufac

would be permanent and the refs and the minimum the distance between L.turer.A.Fraleigh Cashier Bank of Madison. One of the and Most Substantial in the
T.C. Smith.Ass't Cashier Bank of Madison.A. Largest
would prevent the filling up of the Blue and Silver Springs: that .H..West,Capitalist and Real Estate Dealer.Geo. .
r T.Hodgson.General Southern Agent N.
same with sand, debris or alluvial is, twenty four miles. As these Y. Life Ins. Co.
D.P.Smith,Tax Collector Volusia Co.
deposits. In fact these obstructionsof springs are on a general level little H.H. McCreary Editor Daily Gainesville Sun.D. United States
.Thompsou.General Manager St. Augustine .
coral, shell and rock constitute lockage will be required, if any anda Daily Record.
Wm.J. Bryan County Solicitor Duval Co.
scientific masonry for constructingan depth can be secured for vessels of Wm.A Evans

artificial harbor on a coast subjected any daught which navigate the gulfof
to influences of drifting quicksands. Mexico. Try a bottle and if not .

.f Besides the strong current of the In brief, this line ii acorss the nar- pleased write the com- This Company Manufacturesand

Withlacoochee river when once allowed rowest part of the peninsula, alongthe pany or any one of the

an unobstructed passage to the line of greatest depression. on a above gentlemen and get Sells Direct the

deep waters of the gulf would by its general level between terminal back. Made ,
your money ,
own force keep the passage open by points; with summit feeders of ample I
only by Trop. Mfg. Co..
parrying through all debris, sand, and unvarying capacity; passing: !
and sold by all druggists.
mud and extraneous matter.It through strata of clay; requiring lit

is, however, a noticeable fact tie, if any, lockage; with deep, safe Irotteetonat.rr ,z& Conover .t Cable .t Kiijgsbury at

that the Withlacoochee river brings and capacious harbors for outlets. ... ......----"'V" -.....
down no debris, sand or mud of appreciable The commercial advantages are .E.BIGGS, _

character and no other obvious as it would save time, distance ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

streams debouch at or near this point. expense and avoid a danger- (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.) Schubert $ Wellington
Tne waters of the said river are pure i oua navigation. It has been estimated .
I D. .
and fresh even where it commingleswith that there would be saved from ]{ FtiLLER---

the waters of the gulf and six to ten hundred miles of dangerous DENTIST. ,
Over Munroe Chambhss Bank,Ocala.Fla.
navigation around the peninsulathe

leiiness Caitct be Cured annual loss of at least five millions J M. THOMPSON_

by local applications, as they cannot of dollars and about three mil- PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON. PIANOS !

reach the diseased portions of the ear. lions of extra insurance.. This canalin Office over Teapot OCAI.A Grocery, FLA.Opp.Montezuma.

There is only one way to cure deaf connection with one across the
ness, and that is by constitutional EDWIN SPENCER.::
Isthmus of and
Tehuantepec the
remedies. Deafness is caused by an .
Southern Pacific railroad '
will ---- '
inflamed condition of the mucous lining I open -p. -
of the Eustachian Tube. When i the highwajPro the Pacific ocean and

this tube sound is e inflamed imperfect you hearing have a rumbling and- to commerce all Eastern with Asia Japan and, China establish and J B. CHASE.DENTIST_ Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times,

when it is entirely closed, Deafness OCALA FLA
the East Indies as well aa open to the
the result, and unless the inflammation -
can be taken out and this tube restored world the granary of, the "Great pARLOS L. SISTRCNK.ATTOKMEYAT.LAW.. send us order we all
West" your pay expenses and
to its normal condition, hear .
!\ la peace, it will give to the United
ing will be destroyed,.forever; nine Room 4. Masonic Building.Ocala.Fla. 5 28 i
States in treaty making and
out of ten caused Catarrh power ,
cases are by
? in war,a land locked passage for her guarantee satisfaction
which is inflamed
nothing but an conditlon ,
and .
army navy.
of the mucous surfaces. S. M. 0. GARY. DR. E. T. ALLEN, MD.
We will give One Hundred Dollars

for any case of Deafness (caused ,by Wanted. Eye and Ear SpecialistIn s

catarrh) that cannot be cured by Fifty men to work at mill and on J. A JORDAN Manager ,

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sendor circu farm. Ocala EveryTHURSDAY Tampa Branch.
lars free.
; Also a good sawyer who can run a ,
'' F,J. CHKKKY Co. 0.
& Toledo
Veneer machine. Apply to MOXTEZDMA: :HOTEL.
Sold by Druggists,:75c. J. B. MALLOY, 1113 Franklin St' 'J
'?4v Hall's Family Pills are the best lM3-60d. Anthony, FlaJ tI Tampa, Florida ;


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i. most as soon as the rescuers could through windows of houses and many TAX A8SESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS.-- Public Ratiet.

FROMIROQOOISJHEATER i lay him down. A woman, died two persons were clubbed, but so far as tile ,

hours later while trying to tell a physician dispatches indicate, no person was se- I will be at the following places to receive To all to whom it may concern :
returns of real and personal property and Having been notified that the pab
her name. Piously hurt.Interference. agricultural reports as the law requires:
lie bridge across the Withlacoochro

Pinned Between Cam by the police put an JASCARV. 1904. River at Duoucllon, Fla., Is in a dangerous -

-- end to the demonstration. Martel Monday 25 a m condition and whereas the

!Total of Nearly Six Hundred Twenty :Passengers Reported Bonnie Martin, a girl 11 years old. Cotton Heidlsville Plant Tuesday(po-tomce 16,)II Monday to 3 25 p m. county commissioners, of Marion and

was pinned down between two cars Dunne lion Wednesday 27 Citrus counties have contracted with

__ Victims Interred. Killed oc. iloclr.: Island. a heavy stove resting on one foot Hei POLICE SAVED HIS NECK. Blachton Romeo Thursday Friday 29.28!, II to 3, the Converse Bridge Company of-;

cries attracted the rescuers, and men, FEBRUARY, 1904. Chattanooga, Tenn., to erect good
Action Prevented
Prompt Probably a
and substantial bridge across said
FEW ARE STILL UNIDENTIFIED EVERY PERSON ON TRAIN many of them bleeding from wounds Kendrick Monday i a. m.
Lynching. Martin Monday i p. m river, in lieu of the aforesaid bridge
about the face and arms worked he- Denver, Jan. 7.-Prompt action on Lonrll Tuesday 2 a. m. and whereas said Bridge Company

Official Count of the Dead Shows tha Rock Isand: California ar.d Mexico rocially to get her out. It took two the part of the plce probably has Reddick Mclctoah Tuesday Wednesday:t p. m.3 has notified me that they are doing

Out From Chicajo Collides hours of steady work to relieve her. Ontial Thursday a. m. all that bin their power to have the
Great Theater Fire Claimed the Appalling Express prevented <*n attempt: to lynch the
Flemicgton: Friday a. In. and
When she was taken out she addressed 5 > plans specifications approved by
With Cattle Train: With Most Disastrous three slayers of Mrs. Youngblood- Fairneld Friday 5 p m. the officials and
List of Five Hundred an. the doctor who was bending Shady Grove Monday: 8 a. m. proper government
Results-Tra.a Dem .ished. Peter*. Andrews and Arnold. A mob Santo Monday S p. m.Belleriew .hat they have reasons to believe that

Eighty-Sac Victims. over her as "papa. of about 1,300 people gathered at Val- Tuesday 9. {hey will have said bridge completed
I Kansas City Jan. T-Kock Island The physician did not have the Pedro (school houseWednesday] to a. m, January 1st 1904.
Chicago Jan. 7.-Bodies of 556 YICtlma whicn verde and began a march on the jail. Suramerfield U ednesday 10 p. m. by ,
of'the Iroquois theater fire have Caluorma and Mexico express heart to tell her that she was an orphan Chief Armstrong learned of the Candler Thursday il a. m.Octlawaha This is to notify all to whom it may

15ft Chicago on Monday nigat at 11:30 I her father and mother having Thursday p.m. concern that mid bridge first abor,
been burled according to burial per head- I movement early and sent the prison. East Lake Friday n a. m. mentioned ia condemned beingunsafe
o'clock for the west, collided been killed. Mr. Martin was instantly Weirsdale Friday up. m. ac "
mits issued the authorities. It ers to Colorado He then
by alter 1 o'clock this morn- Martin died ten min- Spnngs. senta Linadale (school house) Saturday 13 II to j. and dangerous and that the
killed and Mrs.
the coroner's figures which show thata on force of police to intercept the Drawdv's saturday night. county commii&ioDeig aforesaid will \
Wlllard. Kans., 11 miles west after taken from the wreck. Moss Bluff Monday isa. m.
ing at ates being for
t to
total of 565 persons lost their lives mob. Electra Monday 15 p.m. not >e responsible any damages

ia jibe catastrophe, be correct only of Topekh, with a cattle train. The The child was suffering from a broken In some manner the mob,learned of Lynn Tuesday 16 a. m. person or property of any person or

whole train was demolished. Twenty ankle, where the heavy stove fell on GrahainvilieTuesday 16 m. persons who way nee said bridge ID
nine remain unburied. Four of these this action the
on part of the police Connor Wednesday 17 a. m.
were killed and every person her and scalp contusions. Churchill school house its dilapidated and dangerous condiion. -
persons severe ( ) Thursday iS a. In.
and It
unidentified. turned back
are to Yalverde and
am The Messrs Camp. of Dunnel
City 18
injured.A Thursday p. m.
the train was Topeka physicians
Toe records of the rictims of the on A dozen or more dispersed. Eureka Friday 19 a. m. lon, agreed to place a flat at said
relief trilu that left Top ka for arrived at the scene on the relief train Daisy Friday 19 p. m. .
theater fire both of the police and coroner Ft. bridge in case it l became unsafe before -
McCoy Saturday 20 a. m.
tk. scene returned: to that city at 7:30 from Topeka as soon u a brakeman Anthony the new bridge was completed.H. .
Monday 22.
are still Incomplete, and do not Death .f Mr*. Hammtraly.New .
'clock with the dead and injured. could run to Willard and notify head- Span Tuesday 23 a. m. W. Lowa,
tally. In both offices clerks are try York. Jan. 7.-Mrs. Margaretamrnersly Greenwood Tuesday 23 p m.
City Chair. Bd. Co Com. Marion Co. Fla.A
TIlt train. which left Kansas The physicians went to .
ing to straighten them out after which Quarters. widow of James Hooker Citra Wednesday 24 a. m.
: ., 10 o'clock last night, was 60 minutM work relieving the injured and madeno Orange Springs Thursday 25 a. m. tUct:-8. T. SISTBCXK, l
it will be poselbU to check them and at Hammersly is dead at her hom ia Ocala all of Marc::. 121 Clerk.
late at the time ot the accident attempt for the time being to re-- The law requires all returns to be made by
investigate the errors. Fifth avenue. She was a member of
the first of
rat of SO .
ruining at the crushed and disfigured bodlac -
1: Many rushed to the police headquarters amd was nove a prominent North Carolina family 1S Tax Assessor Marion County. NOTICE.An .

on the night following the fire mll* an hour. from the debric.Rtmcving aid wee a grand'niece of William Augustus
The train carried many persona: for
and reported as dead or missing, Oklahoma who had taken advantage the Bcdias. i Muhlenberg the famous Protestant NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Oordinance Providing for Gate,

: friends or members of their families homesteaders' excursion rates After daylight the work of removing Episcopal preacher and writer. Guards or Other Devices to be pU .

I who were afterward found unharmed. of the It also contained the bodi. began. Some of them were R is possible her death may again Involve Department of the Interior Land Office at ed Adjacent to the Railroad Track

,- Others are reported missing when In that closed yesterday. the Hammerely millions in litigation Gainesville Pla.. December 21, 1903. CrosHiufc North Magnolia Street,
crushed as to be unrecogniz
and chair cars co badly
through sleepers and to Prescribe Duties and Penalties
reality they had been taken to the hose able. Through a hole chopped in one owing to the conditions of the \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Los Angeles. in Relation Thereto.
lor San Francisco and 11 following named settler has filed notice of
pitals. In most where this trust which cut off owing to
cases religious
side of the car the body of a gray- his intention to make commutation* proof in
mistake Worst Wreck In Years.'rho differences the of his claim, and that said IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COCKdl -

I was made the police were not haired set and a woman child of thee present support proof will B
heavy man
of Ocala
be made before Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala, of the City :
f notified when the person Bought was wreck was one of tae most se with long yellow hair, were visible. Lady Beresford widow of Louis.Hamsersley. 51*., on Section i. U shall be the duty of the railroad

found. rious that has happened on the Rock hires: .were built along the tracK January jotk, 1904, company owning and using the tracks crossing
street in the of Ocala.
North Magnolia ctty
Thursday an official count of the : Island system in years. Between it short intervals and by the light ol viz 660.: John; for the M. south-west Munroe of quarter Heidtville.of north Fla..Hd. Florida within thirty day after the passage of

I dead in the rarloua morgues was made Kansas City and Topeka. the Rock Comte Ferme Leon. 31 east this ordinance to erect construct equip and
quarter section township 16 couth
I these the rescuers in their eagernessto 32 range 18. maintain on each side of said track at the

by the police and it was announced Island uses the tracks of the Union remove the ,victims chopped openings St. Louis, Jan. 7.-Comte Ferine ea tHe names the Mowing witnesses to prove said crossing above mentioned gate, guard

686 bodies had been found. To this Pacific and as there are no general until Leon, a cousin of Comte Charles his continuous residence upon and cultivation or other devices of a similar character that will
in the wrecked coach exhausted protect and make the said crossing safe for the
total have been added from time to offices of either road In this city details Leon, who was the son of Napoleon of said land. viz: J. A. Manuel of Dunnellon, passage 01 pedestrians and vehicle along the
then handed their axes to Fla.: E. M Turner. Dunnellon.. Fla.; S. M. the said railroad track*.
laid atleet crossing
time the names of those who have of the disaster were obtainedwith I others. The entire sides of the car Bonaparte is in St Louis with his Kibiack. of Dutn noa, Fla.; D. S. Folks of And in the event ot failure of the said railroad

died from Several reporters wife and will Dunnellon. Fla, and owning the said track to
; injuries received in the fire difficulty. had been chopped away when thl reside here until after 12 25 W. G. ROBINSON Register. comoany erect using and maintain said guard*, gale

until the pollee list reached 591 and who boarded the relief train as it left work was completed. Occasionallythe the world's fair. "I have come to or other equip device as provided herein within the

of these, four bodies still remain un Topeka early this morning were put see the great fair that fs to be givenin time specified.and tor each day thereafter.Ute
. rescuers would desist upon an NOTICS agent s rvent or employe of said company !
claimed.So off: the train shortly alter it started, watchers who celebration of the country which using or having charge of said track shall be
alarm being raised by
thereof. fine .!
convcion punished by a
far as the police know, there are and the first details ot the collision of my grandfather sold to the United upon five dollars or hnprlaoe.went
declared that the chopping away the IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE not exceeding twenty
but two persons still missing whose came from persons on the wrecked States," said the comte. Leon came NOTICE as executors and executrix not exceeding thirty days.
l the smoker down J
was letting Section 2 It shall be the duty of the said raitroad
bodies have not been recovered nor train after they had been returned to upon the victims.So into the title at the death of his elder respectively, will on Ihe estate of John F. Dunn, deceased company to properly close open and car* ,

who are among the unidentified dead. Topeka. terrific was the force of the collision brother, who was Comte Charles Leonin Saturday, the A! day of July <1. D. iy4, for that the the said safety gates of,the guards traveling or device public ia lDa7''f order .5

Occurring. as it did. at a small station Venezuela a few the accident said track fat
that the smoker left the tracks years ago. apply to county judge of Marion county, insured against in crossing ;
KEY TO GRAVE QUESTION.State' with few facilities for aid. there Flonda. at Ocala, Fla. for the purpose of making the point mentioned herein and it w further
in its backward rush leaving the final settlement their accounts and for the duty of the agent in charge of said railroad
was much delay in extracting the Appointed a Cadet. final discharge. tracks to see that said gates are not closed at ,
trucks still upon the track. Not a H. G, DUNN. except during the passage of any
Attorney Dineen Making a dead and Injured. The train was wheel in the entire passenger train Stanford University, Cay., Jan. 7.- W. A. HOCKER. train cars or engine and then for a period ot

Close Investigation of Theater. composed of a combination baggageand G.V.. Executors not loot er than five minutes during the passage j-
Knoisely, a member of the -
seemed to be off the track. ALICE E. Law of any train car. or engine over the said track .
Chicago, Jan. 7.-"Make every possi mail car. a regular baggage car Ireshman class, has received word 12"35 Executrix. except the regular passenger trains on the
and Dead and Dying Cattle. main line entering and leaving said statioa.U .
ble effort to ascertain the identity ot a smoker, a tourist sleeper a from Oklahoma of his appointment as which event said gates may be closed for a '"

some person who died in this corner standard sleeper. The freight train fared differently. cadet in the United States naval acad NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. period of not exceedingly mi"ute at aay one

State's Attorney Dineen made this Partial Lit of the Dead. The foil ears immediately behind emy. His appointment is made by time.ploye of Any said watchman railroad company agco' servant having the or MM em :{

request of Coroner Traeger as they Many of the dead had not been iden the en irl'. ; were crushed into kindling the delegate in congress representing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVErf "HAT CN- gates guards,or other device ia charge who .;;
this ordinance
bv virtue of a final decree of for- shall violate this section ol shall
stood at the end of the blind gallery tified at 11 o'clock today. The list wood. Dead and dying cattle that territory. Kneisly is a special I closure entered on the loth day of October A. be punished upon conviction in the mayors
D. by the Hon W. S. Bullock ol court. by a fine ot not exceeding ten dollars. of ,
passage where. before a locked exit, as far as known at that hour follows: littered the right of way, while many student in the department of civil en I the 1903.circuit court for the fifth judicial circuit judire of imprisoned not exceeding ten days, IB the discretion

more than 30 of the victims of the IroQUOIS C. A. Wiight Kansas City Mo. which had escaped from the cars uninjured gineering. He registers trom Guthrie Florida sitting in chancery lor Marion county. of the conn.
. ia a certain cause then pending in said court Approved November So 1901- f
1 were' found. In this request, repeated Jane Griffin, Claremont Mo. ran about adding to the con Okla. Ter.Wlman. wherein Hattie O.Allen and Ceo K. Allen her II Mjt FISHEL.. Mavor.'

'J, at every point where bodies Gail Fuller, Blockton, Iowa. fusion. On the passenger train in the husband and Ella o. Browoe were coinplam-
ants. and Mane Louise Goldbeck. Alfred C.
were found. State's Attorney Dineea W. S. Martin. DeKalb, 111. sleeper was a young physician whd Shot by Burglar. : Goldbeck, her husband. Adelaide V Morgan NOTICE I

5r gave the key to one cf the gravest Mrs. Henry Kaiser and child of Ger- walked with a crutch as the result of Oharlote. N. C.. Doc. 31.-A negro I i James Morgan W., deceased Morgan, as were heirs defendants at law of,William the undersigned H.-

questions that will confront the grand many. some spinal trouble. He was thrown burglar entered the home of John K. i special master in chancery will, on Notice Application tor Tax Deed Coder Sec

Jury In confining the criminal 'respon The unidentified dead are: down and slightly injured, but was the Orr. 2 miles from this city, and discovering Xonda\i\ February isi,tyn, tion 8,of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida. I

i sibility for deaths. It will not be suf- \\ oman about 25 years old. first man to emerge from the slefPer Mrs. Orr alone, shot her, per between rose for sale 11:00 and a. m.will and then:iax aad p. m.there offer sell and to the ex- VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN THAT raw'

scent for the purpose of a criminal Girl, child about 1 year old. and immediately began aiding the in haps fatally, and then ransacked the highest front of and the court best bidder house door for cash in Ocala.in hand Marion in 742.IA: Webber.dated the purchaser 3rd day of of Tax April Cert1icat.l'I4.A. D. Ia.n. 1

V prosecution for the coroner to show Woman 25 years old; baggage was jured. He had a portion of the chair house. Mrs. Orr's outcries attractedth3 county, Florida all the right. title, interest and has filed said certificate in my otfice and baa
for tax deed to issue la accordance
that the lacked door was responsible checked to Tyrone, Okla. car and the berths in the sleeper Attention of passersby and the negro beck estate and of the Alfred said defendants C. Goldbeck, May her Louise husband Gold-, made application with law. Said certificate embraces :i

for 30 deaths, even if the responsibility Woman, middle aged ticket to Tyrone -I cleared and to them the victims were "fled, leaving his booty /ehlnd him. Adelaide V. Morgan and James W. Morgan. as the following described Florida to-wiu prooerty situated ia -t;t

for the locked door Is fixed. Okla. carried. The physician was without Mrs. Orr is severely wounded. heirs at law of Wm. H. Morgan deceased of: I I Marion South county.half of northeast, quarter southwest J
in and the
to following described lands situate,
In order to sustain a prosecution for F. L. Beatty, ot Pennsylvania. instruments or medicines, and the only lying and being in the said county and state i quarter,northeast as.Thesaidiafldbeing. quarter, section n town oj'Z:
ship 14 range
it will be thing he could do was to bind the Swayne CaseTo Be Probed. to-wit: assessed at Ihe date of l'
manslaughter necessary for E. F. Adams brakeman, of Ever. up Commencing at a point 6 39 chains east of the of
of such certificate ia the name
the coroner to determine the identityof eat Kans. wounds with bandages which he did Washington Jan. 7.-The house southwest corner of the northwest quarter of the Feand issuance L. Patterson. Unless said certificates -
the southwest of
one or more of the individuals Mrs. Rose Bulb, of Atchison, Kans.I by tearing up sleeper sheets and pillow committee on judiciary will meet today 15 south range quarter 11, east thence section running ISo township north shall be redeemed according the to law tax
deed will issue thereon oa 5th dayofjaaa-
whose death the door caused. It will Mrs. Bertha Shubert, of St. Claire, cases and giving the patients at which time it is expected Chairman Is.6S 15.65 chains chlins,,thence thence east west6.39chainstothe 6.39 chains thence south point ary, AD. 1904.Witness .

not be sufficient to show I that the Ills.Ola whisky to deaden the pain. Jenkins will name the subcommittee of beginmug, containing by estimation tea "th day of my November official signature A. D. 19035. and seal this the 4.

three steps leading out of the first Harvey, of Lynne. I. Ter. The young doctor found tr-e fireman which is to make an investigationinto acres Also more beginning or less.at the northeast corner of the 1'. bISTltt'NE.

balcony to the main stairway caused Girl 16 years old. who was injured in the leg; an arterywas the charges upon which the im Alvarez grant in township 15. south range ti. 114 Clerk Orcmt Court Marion Co.PIa.
east and running: thence south with a magnetic '
over a score of persons to fall and Child 8 years old. broken and he took it up witha peachment proceedings against Federal variation of 3 degrees 9 minutes east,

die. The identity of one or more of Hoy 12 years old. penknife and tied it with a thread Judge Swayne, of Florida, were 23.69 chains. thence west with a magnetic varia NOTICE.
tion of :2 degrees. 35 minutes north 8 45 chains.
these persons must be proven in court Child 9 years old. probably preventing the fireman from made. thence north 23.69 chains thence east S-xs chains

bleeding to death. to the point of beginning containing 20 acres In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial circuit
before of
a charge manslaughter can Boy 13 years old; brown and white Fireman of land more or less.
bfll sustained. checked suit. He performed Innumerable acts of Wall Collapsed; Killed. Said land being sold to satisfy said decree and of Florida in and for Marion County,
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IW I.1 London. Ont., Jan. 7.-Chief Roe, ol costs. CARLOS SISTRUNK, In Chancery.
Appropriating the technicalities ot Girl 13 years old, brown dress. a like nature before the arrival of the NEIL K AuaKD, Special Master fn Chancery.
the fire department was killed and Martha J. Osborne, Plfintiff vs. Jobs W O.
the law which demand minute proofs, Woman 40 years old, weighed about' Topeka physicians. i-i Solicitor for Complainant.
three firemen were badly Injured bj borne, Deendaat.-DiYOrcc.
the state attorney cautioned the cor 155 pounds.
the collapse of a burning wall at afire TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
"- oner to make especial efforts to ascertain Woman 45 years old; plain band BANQUET TO GRANT. NOTICE. J. herein named. John W. Osborne. be and b.

f the identity of persons who ring on left hand; blue and white today. Sterling Bros. wholeeaK is hereby required to appear to the biU of con-:
said before ,
shoe factory and ware hOUM"Aj cir.1 plaint in cause on or onday
CUneral Is Given Great Ovatien by San Ia the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial .1
died at each of the exists. checked waist. A. D.
Tke ilk day /Jau ny. JI )I-
burned. The lOiS Is estimated at IZO<
: cuit of Florida, in and for Marion county
Chicago. Jan. 7.-The closing of the Man 50 years old. Antonio Citizens. It is further ordered that a copy of this order

San Antonio Tex. Jan. 7.-The 000. Chancery. be published once a week for eight eoasecntlvr
theaters by order of the Is ,
mayor Tells of Disaster
Reporter American Phosphate Company, complainant weeks in the Ocala Weekly Banner.
causing a daily loss of thousands ol Business Men's club has tendered a vs.Thomas Falfreeman el al.defendants.TT Done this 24th day of October A.D 190}.
H. 0. Parson, a reporter who wa Burnett (Seal) S. T. SISTRCNK
dollars to the hotels and restaurant larewell banquwt to General Frederick: : Jerry IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS Clerk Circuit Coart.

keepers In the downtown districts. It on the train said: Grant, who goes to Chicago to astume A herein named. Thomas Palfreeman. SophieG. ByH.C.SistruakD.C.Edwin I
"Both trains were running at a rate Parker. Asa W. Parker, Jr., Gordon Parker Spencer, Complainant's Sol'r. 1.)11
also has thrown a great many restaurant command of the department ct tile and Mabel G. Parker. be and they are hereby
of from 20 to 30 miles an hour, and Merchant required to appear to the bill or complaint in S
lakes. In the of the banquetthe
employes out of work and In course
the above entitled before
when the engines met they ware welded cause on or Monday NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR FINAL
many places it was stated that more hope was expressed that he would the I. SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
together by a terrific Impact. The lit day of February. ....D.
help will be laid off if the theaters some day pass from military to civil Tailoring. 1904.
engineer and firemen on .the freight It isfurtter ordered that a copy ot this orderbe
remained closed. Restaurants which life to head the Democratic ticket for published nce a week tor four consecutive IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
escaped without injury by jumping.The wish in which he good na- weeks catered the theater
to trade in the past president, a Ocala Florida.
3 fireman on the passenger train Done this December 15,A.D.1903.S. testament of JOHN A.COLE deceased will el
now find they are operating at a loss. turedly acquiesced.The T. SISTRUNK the jStA day of Ftbnuur A.D.1904
was fatally injured but the engineer Finest and Clerk Cccuit Court.
: Even the streets seem deserted after banquet was attended by Torepresentative Imported make 'nal settlement o(his accounts and apply
H. C. D.
escaped. It was in the third car of Such final settlement sat
for -tacharge.
nightfall, and the traction companies Texans and as many Domestic Cloths. H L. ANDEKSOX. be made the ol
to to
the passenger, the first coach being Complainant's Solicitor. 12 18 applicat n county Judge
feel the decrease of business. Livery army officers. General Senor AdolioHeberwibh Cutting a SpecialtyFits Marion.: -ty, at OcaU. Florida
preceded by a smoker and baggagecar g3S6m J. M. L1DDELL.
i{ stable owners report a considerable Mexico, was among the Guaranteed. D. A. MILLER.
that the most loss of life oc NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
falling off in business. speakers. A glowing tribute to Japan -
and the Japanese army by Captain SEALED BIDS.
The smoker which was occupied by IS HEREBY GIVES THAT CS-
Long Season of Litigation. three overturn Heely, of the Twenty-sixth infantry BRANCH'S NOTICE by virtue of a inal decree rendered
only two or men was
Chicago, Jan. 7.-As a result of the was vociferous!, applauded by the on the 3oth day of December. 1903. by the IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE'
f ed and pushing through the car behindit Honorable W. S. Bullock. judge of the circuit NOTICE that
4 Iroquois theater disaster, in which military officers in attendance. Captain Genuine court of the filth judicial circuit of Florida, Ma- of County Commissioners om
which was crowded with passengers Rattlesnake Monday the 4th day of January A. D. 190*.
,J whole families perished and lines ot Heely. who fought by the side non county. in chancery in a certain case sealed bids for suitable persons to be overseer
therein wherein Edwin C.
some standing in the aisle. The lately pending and ana work for one the public
i legal descent were made so complicated of Japanese soldiers in the Boxer Smith was complainant and Aggie Golding et repair year
first warning given the passengers in WATERMELON SEED. at. were defendants the cndersigned. as roads and bridges of this county,will be received
almost to defy tracing, the campaign said that Japan was a military by the board as follows:
f as probate this car was when the sudden settingof speciil master. appointed under said final decree District No. i.-One overseer.

"ft- court faces a season of intricate the air brakes. The lights went power of great strength and Only Pure Strain in the United States to execute the same will District No. 2.-One overseer Fleouagtow
', on Jfofefey. tie id dan of February. .4. D. 1904, Dtstrone overseer Blitchton. Mattel and Cotta
litigation. The question priorityof that Russia "will have no walkoverin :
out leaving all in darkness a moment between the hours of II a. m. and 2 o'clockp. election districts and one for Heidunlle
5 death of the fire victims Is the is of wood andIron case of war with the Japanese. Carefully selected. Kept pure 35 years. No m.at the court house doors in the city of Romeo and Dnnnellon election districts.
later, a mass splintered other on plantation of 1500 acres. District No. -Two overseers.
variety grown Ocala offer for sale and will sell to the highest j.
of the
sue on which many estates may was crowding upon them. No Pure seed impossible where different varietiesare and best bidder for cash the mortgaged premises District No. 4.-North of Ft. Gate road one

be hung up in the courts for months ANTI-SEMITIC TROUBLE. grown. described in said final decree and orderedto overseer:south of Ft Gates road one overseer
one was thrown out of his seat by the to-wit The southwest of District No. 5.-West of A C L. JL R.. one
before be distrib I 2 oz., 2s: tf lb.4<*: K lb. 65; llb, $1.15: be sold : quarter
and years they can blow. Most of those in the forward ox. 15c; section nineteen. in township sixteen south, overseer east of 4- C.L. R. K-.one oveneer.
,_ uted. Probate Judge Cutting says Demonstration Is Made at Kishineff. 10 ibS,lio-Delivered. range twenty east or to much thereof. may The Board reserves the right to reject any and
of the instantly killed. all bids
end were
car Melon be necessary to satisfy said decree and costs.
that hundreds Police Called Out. Send for Seed AnnuaL "Manual on Bend will be with approved secnri.
that he anticipates \\In letter 11 JOS. H. BELL. Special Muter. required
Thirty in the rear end of the coach Culture." loc Remit by registered or ties for tne faithful performance of the over
estates this Issue will have to be New York Jan. 7.-An anti Semitic order.
however, succeeded in escaping. In money seer's duty. The Board will also receive bids Cot
determined before the estates can be demonstration has occurred at Kish I. BRANCH STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.The services ferrymen for one:war from January,
the front end of the car the victims 1904, at White's ferry. Sharpes ferry, Graham-

adjudicated. ware crushed down between the seatsby' ineff according to a dispatch from Ion- Columbia Co. Barnlia. Sa5 vile ferry. Eureka ferry and Stokes ferry; aad

Attempt to Wreck Train. don to The American. The police annue! .meeting of the stockholders .1 any other free ferries ia the county. Said bids -
the smoker. When rescue was the Ocala Foundry and Machine Works will be I to be delivered to the clerk of tbe circuit court
Winston-Salem, N. C.. Jan. 7.-An attempt suppressed the disturbance.The held at theomce of the company. in the city of on or before Monday, the 4th day of Jaaury

was made to wreck the IncomIng finally possible only three living per riot is reported to have occurred ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' M ETING. Ocala,Florida.on Wednesday the ijth of January A.D. igo. 50 t.SISTRUWL .
28 Clerk Cucmt Court.Algebtt.
sons were taken-out. The three rescued 1904 at it o'clock a. m n
: ,. trian from Roanoke on the Norfolk on Tuesday. It began with as- N. W. HARRISON,
were a man. a small girl and a of the stockholders ef
The annual meeting CEO. W. MAKTBC. President
and Western near Maydan. The en- middle aged woman, who were moaning saults on Jews in the principal stores.A the Pearson Oil and Gas Company will be heldat Secretary. l-l at at Home5

Into a rock larger than aman's mob quickly formed and surged the office of the company. in Ocala. Florida Study
cine ran be taken out. One ... ... .
and begging to January u. 1904. for the purpose ot electing of- a- ro1Io1dl -
head and a plank the rock de- toward the Gihete, where Jews were Beers for the ensuing year and the dispatch o( _._ the Tablet II-Siudj Lamm,m.md_
hurt internally was removed ... .Mme"pl 51mm iookkellUc.A-ttII.-Ic. -
'I xaolUhing the pilot, stopping the train knocked down and trampled upon in such business as may regularly come before il. FOLErUONEYTARCui'es .Cfoartry, .:::. .Mttaic, Lttefsoo*. HMarf,
J through the rear door within five minutes HERBERT A. FORD Pres. .rJc .L tia.ete. T-"enaldedlDlen..u..1loH. irx
and delaying it an hour. There is n. the street Missiles were thrown EDw. W. HIU.EB Secj. i-i* Prek *3 Pneumonia I I l. CuuiUntee.: Ai.LialIUrkiaika.n rj
after the collision but died it
clew to the ,guilty persons. I I


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Coldest Weather 'of Winter ---
- In New York. .
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4 ;e THE -
: Many of the Eastern States Report

: the Coldest Weather In Five Years.
Traffic and Travel Seriously Inter.
} rupted Thereby. '

I'' Km York, Jan. 6.-When the government .. TEAPOT .- ,
thermometer reached 4 be I
;, /tow zero at 5 o'clock this morning, :
F. all local cold weather records, since I sad l osts -1IfI
; 1875, when G degrees below was re JAwaysReliable
corded, were beaten : )o eG t3wt''s.r
r The thermometers in various outlying
.. parts of the city went several "4
F ,degrees lower, and in the suburbs
from 8 to 12 degrees below zero was : -111411
a' reported. 14S
' ,
, At 9 o'clock the official thermometer -
? had gone up and the absence ot ""r .. ---46
wind was some relief. Tne intense --
CD- ".
cold interfered considerble with all 41111x'
of outdoor occupations, and delayed
All regular and suburban trains from -
a !ew minutes to several hours. The LANGUAGE -0
effects of heavy snow had been overcome -
but it was difficult to keep up I -
steam, and many local trains had to --
be abandoned on account of disabled .. 00

engines.Traffic interfered' on land with.and The water Atlantic was' greatly lin- be the means of some houses to secure business "r

ITS arrived looking like spectre ships. a,0
; Both the East and North rivers were 0 --0

was river barely,impassable for navigable the first, time above while in the eight Maccomb'sdam Harlem years, IE but what we want is to tell the people in the plainestIE 1

bridge at One Hundred and Fiftyfifth
street. tom-- '-0
Ferry boats and tugs were swept --
out of their courses oy the drift ice that better
language absolutely this
we are prepared
and every ounce of paper in them was
required to reach the slips. The boats ..- .
which land at the battery had to turn --
battering rams to part the ice in their
slips. Mails from the west and east handle list of
season to large customers than (
were from six to ten hours late. Snow a new ;
was not to blame for tins so much as *>w -
the Inability of the locomotives to --&!'
keep steam up under the great outside

cold The pressure.severe weather, too, was the g we have ever been since. our. establishment. We can .
cause of an unusual number of fires.
Between 2:30 and 8:30: a. m. 130 ... 1
alarms were sent in. These were ail -Q

small fires.Coldest In Five Years. g supply you in the Very Best Groceries at the same

New Haven, Conn., Jan. 5.-This dam8 -
was the coldest morning in the last

five night official years until thermometer In 8 Connecticut.o'clock this reading morning From in mid this the |j price that you are in the habit of paying for f vastly (

City was 6 degrees below zero. In -
land points reported much lower tem 0'0

ing peratures.JBanbury, the, 26 lowest below.among Traffic them be-on g: interior g as we only handle Groceries.

all divisions of the New York, New .
Haven and Hartford, was again delayed -- i
on account of the difficulty of --0

making steam. al3 .a13s OB :=

Below Zero In Pennsylvania. dii11 4
Ikesbarre, Pa., Jan. 6. -0
; -The tem --/
perature today is the severest in many EE

years.was At 28 Glen degrees Summit below the;thermometer at Hill- We are daily displaying some of the many new articles of food that .

A side, 25; at Mountain Top, 29, while 0'

cold.In heavy this Coal city damp mining 14 fog below Is accompanied seriously was recorded.A hampered the.. :. we ;Ire receiving To appreciate the variety and quality of this line :: :

i- and while the demand for coal ". -
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is been great unable and for many week companies have E should call add see them. We have and
\ the mines a cannot to produce make deliveries the .- you give you just what you ::318 ;

fuel fast enough with steam and water !

for pipes men to frozen work and in them.breakers too cold .E.-: want, Guaranteeing Prices Second to None-vQuality Considered. ;

4 ifr- -0 .t
Electric System Tied Up. -4J
Amsterdam, X. Y., Jan. 6.-The temperature -0
' in this city this morning was ---0
29 degrees below zero. The electric Eemeniber that if you want Quantity
system between this city and Glov-
ersville and Schenectady is tied up. __
Trains on the New York Central railroad 0-
; are from three to five hours late. --0

Thirty Degrees Below. can supply your wants.
t. Fishkill Landing, N. i', Jan. .-At -
; Fishkill this morning the thermometer .Y-. .
; registered" 36 degrees below zero. --0
u Along the Newburg bay section of the
, Hudson river it registered variously. If want
F Quality we liltyetoo.
e from 30 to SG degrees below. you .

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(, Lowest in 25 Years. -
;: Albany, N. Y., Jan. Twenty-fire t -
I +' degrees below zero, the lowest in 2o t --- .a
years, was recorded here today. td-e-- -___ j.
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Coldest Since 1899.
Youngstown, 0., Jan 6.-The mercury !' --

today.registered The coldest 16 degrees since 1S99 below, when zero .- REMEMBER THAT QUALITY, GOVERNS THE PRICE. -- .I;,

the thermometer dropped to 24 below.
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Chicago It Place Selected. .........
Chicago, Jan. C.-Chicago has bees I..... .
selected as the site of the National ..... .
Eoc!alists' convention for 1904. Arrangements 't.,
s; will of 500 be made delegates.for the Tn accommodation I I:: Yours for more and better business, == i.

r selection was made by referendum bal I I...... -- .
The -
convention will meet 31a
1. 1!lO.t

o Noted-Horse Breeder Dead. I THE TEA POT ?

,' -, Gibson Lexington, formerly, Jan. one 6.-Colonel of Kentucky'smost Hart GROCERY t',

noted breeders of thoroughbreds
.' and a brother'of the late Senator w-- ......
Randall Lee Gibson, of Louisiana, is 1
: ILL dead in St. Paul, Minn. of heart dlsI I

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