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 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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-- -- The meeting of the reading club WE ARE SEVEN YEARS OLD. \J

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-- ---- Goals is maKing gratifying
Tuesday afternoon with Misses Sara II iII i-
The strength of a bank is not in AGE, ueilher is it in dollars.
The carbo- Razor progress. and Violet Harris wa unusually well
: Ma9netic It lies in that knowledge of men which enables it to keep good paper i
Resides having! every dwelling and attended thirteen members of the II
I in the loan account, and in being supported by WELL PLEASED ;

t 4 =-: I Needs No HoQing. i y store building occupied it has severalnew club being pre!ent. f CUSTOMERS. 'Ii .ii I

;' -r.r buildings in the course of erec Martin Lather wa the topic for the I i Ocala, Fla., January 17, 1904.
.: + ,
-- -- tion. afternoon. A number of Luther's !

--- f" I --- Fronting the Seatoard Air Line letters were read by MM. C. C. Todd ; MUNROE & CHAMBLISS. Bankers, v .? -

-- -- depot the Carmichael & Hon Com- and a sketch of Luther by Thomas I \ OCALA. FLA. >'

, E Sold -S a
pany have jim! completed an rating; Carlyle was read by Miss Esther

--- o- house fur the accommodation of the Weathers German history from .

-- -- passengers on the Seaboard Air Line 1450 to 1550, and the Reformation as Miss Fanny Robinson Entertains. I

---.- i a'r),' -I'" Y: --rat. trains. The trains will slap here for well as current events were very in- Friday night at the home of her,] Important Decision. s

--- 1 1- dinner instead of Silver Springs terestingly discussed by the club and parents, Mr. and Mrs.: M. E. Robinson

heretofore. The initial dinner I Miss Fancy Robinson entertainedher Lower Insurance Rates *
== 1: as the meeting was a very pleasant one. to bt .

-- I _- will be served tomorrow. Miss Minnie Gamsby has been re- young friends most chermingly. Given to Persons who do
Metsrs. Meflert A have There nearly forty children not Drink Alcohollo f
-- Taylor a elected president of tLe club for the were
-- Liquors
:: I :: building well under way near the A. coming year and Mrs. J. J. Gerig, present aud needless to say they hada ts

I !i POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. ;: | C. L. railway between their basket vice president. very merry time. There were five By a recent decision of erne of the largest

and crate factory and the 0-ala Foundry Next week the club will meet with tables of flinch and three of pit. insurance companies ef the United '

I ZZ_ Prescriptions receive careful attention '1l 1-:: and Machine Shops. The building i- Miss Meta Jewett. Miss Fanny was assisted in looking States, lower rates are to be given those

' r- ---- ---- --- covers a great deal of apace and after and cntertaing her company by persona who do not Indulge la the use of

, 71111111111111111llIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11i-!l \! \! !l \! \! \ \! \! \! "iIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIr \ \ \ \ \ : will be used for an ice factory and a The Meeting Daughters ef the ot the Daughters.Confederacy her mother and Misses Lulu Mathews.Moody, Intoxicating statistics from all liqnon.sources This show to that Just,theme for

cold This Annie
etorageplant. enterprising Louise Scott and of alcoholic drinks always predisposes .
held their
firm expects to have the building regular monthly meeting About ten o'clock refreshments were to kidney troubles; and Bright'
__ .utlthe Friday afternoon at the home, of Caro Disease Diabetes and all other fatal kidney
_. : .B 11>'1! completed machinery placedin oervt>d. Those present were

time Mrs. Charles Mathews. The principal Lucile Alta Pear- diseases are far more frequent among
position in to begin manufacturing Liddon, Standley, 1
business of the drinkers of beer and alcoholic beverages
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE ice for early sum per deliv. afternoon was the son, Nellie Gottlieb, Marguerite Por-
than those who do
election of among not Indulgein
ery. for 1904. Mrs. ter, Mary Burford, Mary Juhan, Leta them.

LANDS. Mr R. E. Yonge is .p ,"'inff a two' Fannie R. Gary, who baa been fora Camp, Marguerite Anderson,' Adele In a recent address before the Senate of

number of years:: the honored and the United States Hon.J H.
story building on Ft. King avenueon Bittiager, Carrie Pelot Bettie Mclver Gallinger

the lot recently parch ocd from beloved president of the chapter, was Etta Hood, Rhoda Lidion, Jessie Senator from New Hampshire, gave the
results of most thorough investigations
the Methodist Church unanimously re-tleeted. Mrs. R. 0. Frances Chambers Clara
Episcop. ilartin, ,
made to ascertain the effects of beer drink-
have phosphate lands you wish to sell or Blake was elected first
If any vice
you South. 'Ibis building wil be handsomely president; Johnson, Edna Nelson! Sara Davis, big upon the health and life of ludivld-

lease on royalty communicate with him. fitted up aud will be used Mrs. 0. M. Hubbard, second vice Jean Te&gue, Mattie Pylep, Minnie uals. lie showed conclusively that almostall

I uaiulv for physician oil 'es. president; Miss Josie Williams, recording Pyks, Minnie Carlisle\ Demp&ie.Majo cases of Bright's Disease were caused
r by beer drinking and that other fatal kidney
secJetl&ryIr; l. J. H. Livingston w
.i A houses Robert Heron
great many !; in me city are Anderson
.t troubles had the same origin as a rnle.
Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala Pla. I bring repaired anti ri tinted and corrl'IIl'ond Hng secretary; Todd, Ben Todd, Frank Harris,jr., As probably a large majority of men
)J Mr E. M. Howard
grounds generally improv .1.) treasurer, Mrs. :>I ala, Haughton, &tiu lUrco, Pat drink beer it becomes a matter of great

.. Properties are chaijgi.ig hnads and Frank Harris, historian. I Miz.! ", Gordon Little, Selwyn Little, concern to know the best way of overcoming

1 After the business its effects the kidneys. There It
had all been upon
---- t new citizens coining in. Ralph: Robinson, Phil Robinson,
Local Editsr Miss Williams and Miss Fltchttte transacted the lioness nothing that will so quickly make the kid
SABA EL1ZA2ZTS: EAS2IS. J i assisted by her Willie Lee Joseph, Brantly Weathers -
in these FOLEY'S Knx
The February Delineator. neys right cases as
of Cape Char It k, Va., are guests of the daughter Miss! Annie Mathews andMiss
Maxie Fisbel Whit Palmer,
r The February Dfliuea'nr! H A NET CURE. If taken early It will cure every
.111 t HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. MouUzumu. After visiting several mag- Louise Si-ott, served very delicious Ross! Chambers and Julian Robinson form of kidney trouble and even in hope.
azine of uncommon nrtfct and
t,:, Florida towns they have: decided toe and palatable refreshments.A.Narrow Miss Nellie Gottlieb and Mauler less cases It will give relief. It is an hon

' : There is no abatement to Ocal '8 ,:end the winter in Ocala. ', value. Its stories, arlnK-w and pictures est preparation and can be relied open to
Todd the successful pin
t are excellent, nnd ill- review of Escape. Heron were do all that ii claimed for it.

",. }t: upward and onward nmrch. Harry Early of Ocala, was marriedat the fasbioub, including a letter from I I Mr. W. B, Johnson, ot the Clark- tiers of the very pretty prizes. Postoffice Drug Store. .

W. T. Wheeler was among the Fort While yesterday Kay-Johuson Com p.'t n with head-
t, Mr. morning, Mrs. Oaborti, is thorough ami I eulighteuiug. :I ) The Rifles' Ujft strels.

/; ; businesscallas in Tampa Tuesday. and! on the noon train pawed! through The home life MI Calve, the'1 ij'iarters at L Ri>y, narrowly escaped The O ala Rifle will some time in Rowe's New CafeIs

t r ""'f'. this city with his bride en route home. most interesting persoua'i'y' I j a fearful accident Tuesday after-
? )(rs. R. A. Alfred, of Port luglis: among the near future give a minstrel chow
Gainesville Sun. the favorites of the described 'I uoou. He tried to board a moving the to Fruits.
j \Vedneadiy with friends in opera is I in their spacious armory. Some of place buy Confectionery, Nuts
) spoilt outgoing train and was: not quick i Lunches,Hot Coffe,Soil Cold Drinks, Tobacco
in a remarkable illustrtt II rude by
Ocala Dr. C. R. Ogltsby, of Waycroas, the best talent in the city has been Cigars.Chickens Eggs and Produce; Oyster|,
,yl Percy :Mitchell. Dr. Grate PeckhumMurray's enough, aDd had it not been for July speci..lty."e sell them in any quantity desire
is visiting her Ga., surgeon for the A. C. L. railw.:*)", engaged for this performance, and
J: ,: Miss Pauline Mixou article the of the I Brown, a colored man, who fortunatly ed. We have an uptL date cook and serve
on .re
Mrs. C. J. Puillips, on South and a friend of Dr. W. H. Power, Ed. Pittman, the manager, says it them many style..
sister, was standing near and
complexion meets an ur!'ei t need for caught
'r has been a pleasant visitor to OcaU. will be "right up-to now" in every
Third btreet. him he woud surely have been Ray per plate ISc
such Bcieutiti I dragg-
just a simply ,
; --------- He returned< to bis home Wednesday.The detail. Per dot on half shell iSe

Mr. W. M. Rosa, phosphate miner, presented. There are fiitt-rtHiniuK/ ged beneath the wheels. Semi-weekly: rehearsals are now Stew 25c'

v i /. the Ocala House tickets for the lyeum entertainment for peopltincluding Mr. D. A, Clark of the'came firm '
a 35c
vas autographed at I pates young being held at the armory by those Fry

:: .,_ Wednesday. Monday night at the hapteis of the Little Garden' Calendar was a pissenger in a wreck only a few the musical Half Fry 20c
.. who have principal parts.
.. Armory, will be en sale at the Post of Albert B. Paine. There id also days before and escaped unhurt. By the Pint 20e
aud child of \
wife those who will leading
F. II. Granger, I r Among the
By Quart 35c
Cleveland, Ohio, are guests of the Office Drug Store Friday morning.The timely information a: variety of Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D. I pirtaare Messrs. George R. McKean, By Half Gallon 6Se

Moutezunia. attraction will be Booth Lowry, topirs of interest to women, With !! Waverly, Texas, writts: (H"0f a Chas. E. Taylor, Alfred Morris, Clif- By the Gallon I.IOC

of Tennessee.Mr. especial reference to needs of the | morning, when first rising, I often ford L. Audersoi aui Ed. Pittman. Fresh and Salt Water Fish.

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brown, jr., household.!' I find a troublesome collection ofphlegm
and Mrs, Lee Rush!' who were ,Et "The date has not yet been fixed,
have returned from a week's visit tol'lI.nnll.'lioll 1 which produces a cough, and | Country trade solicited. Ladies
kee. married at Kavrthorne Wednesday Bowman the Magician Coming. to ,! is very hard to dislodge: ; but a small but all will be given ample time and I And Gents. Come and see ni and be convinced.
I. We
guarantee in
quantity of Ballard's HorehoundSyrup opportunity to arrange for seeing the you quantity
---- morning passed through Ocala in the Ocala. I quality and price or your money refunded.

;, f Mr.J. K. Christian, merchant, of afternoon on their way to Dunnellon, I, will at once dislodge it, and "greatest show en earth," says Manager We respectfully solicit a share of your patron.age. .
i Prof. Bowman, one of the country's | the trouble is: over. I know of no Open davaod night till 12 o'clock and

t) McIntosh, represented that prosperous where they will reside. This paper leading magicians and an adept of the medicine that equal to it, and it is Pittman. during the day Sundays. No. roc North Magnolia -

Ocala its best street, first door south of the John McCarthy -
in extends wishes
section Wednesday.Mr. black art, will be in Ocala next Mon- so pleasant to take. I can most cor- Resolutions of Sympathy. old br k
-- -- store Ocala. Fla.
j.i Ferdinand Newbt-rger, of Savannah Mrs. E. S. Apperson and Miss Mary day night, the IStb. Here is what the dially recommend it to all persons Whereas, our comrade Otis F.
Landers through a deplorable accident -
needing a for throat
!, 11 was in Ocala Wednesday and Apperson, who have been at the Tampa Tribune has to say of Prof. troubles. Price 2;c, 50c, bottle or lung, at is iucapacitaded for duty S. E, ROWE, Manger.

: was a guest of the Ocala House. Ocala House for several weeks past, Bowman and his company'"Bowman's Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Ty- County and is now Hospital.confined in the Marion

clever man will go to Lakeland Saturday to spenda big city show gave their dings& Co. m Therefore he it resolved, That we, Pure Eden
F. H. Waters, a young I the members of the Ocala Rifles, do SEED
entertainment at the Tampa Bay
,. few weeks. Their
i of Ocala, was registered at the Brown i many Ocala Organ Recital. hereby extend to him our heartfelt
i friends will be Casino last evening, and to the entire and condolence.
House yesterday.-Oainesville Sun. glad to know that On Jan. 22d, the Presbyterian con- sympathy I have for sale a large lot of Pure
Be it further resolved, That we wish
satisfaction of those Prof.
they will stop over in Ocala Eden Melon ye -d. All
again gregation will give the people an opportunity for him a speedy recovery. these seeds
returned from a
W.M.Drew has before returning to Kentucky.Mr. Bowman is a very clever artist in his of hearing a first class Be it further. resolved That these were raised in South Carolina and are -

trip to Belleview and is.registered at line. The transformation dances by per- resolutions be spread on the minutesof of purest strain. Address 18 StW.
former on the new pipe organ that the company and a copy furnished
the Montezuma. Hamp Chambers, deputy Uni- Mme. Bowman were exquisitely fine. the local papers for publication.F. B. WARREN,
they have recently installed and in
extensive ted States marshal, went as far as The mechanical talking figures were W. DITTO, Cham. App..1! D. 8. C. .
Capt. an addition to this will present a varied W. C. DUNN ;
Waldo Wednesday to summons a mirth brovoking. Mme. Bowman 4
turpentine operator with headquarters : program, musical and otherwise, all J. M. GRAHAM,
t party drawn as a juryman only to gate some ,wonderful tests in spirit-
at Ockla,,aba station, is visiting Ocala i for the benefit of the organ fund. Committee. Jerry Burnett,
\ find that the gentleman has been ulaism and the I
exposing same. Ocala Fla. Jac. 7th 1904.LOST. .
today. I The charge for admission will be
living in Mexico for some years. The Popular prices will prevail. Seats
C. W. Joseph, of the Montezuma, 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for .-On Friday, January 1st, a Merchant
/<. list surely needs revising.Card may be secured at tue l'ostotliceDrug
Hotel, Ocala, was registered at the Store. children, tickets for the entertain- blowing horn trimmed with brass,

Brown House yesterday.GainesvilleSun. Club Meeting. ment can be had at the Postoffice between Masters' store and residence Tailoring.Ocala
Ceurt Matters. I .
The Wednesday afternoon card I Drug Store. I north of the city. Finder will be

rlub was very pleasantly entertainedthis Tuesday morning the circuit court I rewarded by leaving same at my Florida. .
and wife of Holder Off for Fort Myers.
)1. Long ,
Mr. F. was mainly occupied in hearing the shop on Exposition street J.
? week, Mrs. C. L. Gamsby being wagon Finest Imported and
Hon. Ed. L. Wart ;;
Ocala Wednesday
ma QU county
4 l were visitors to All of the pleas of the attorneys in the Martin L. Smoak, Ocala, Fla. 19 6t wit '
the hostess. members:: of Domestic Cloths. .
at the Ocala commissioner tor the Citra district .
registered ,
t' and were Van Buren Van Ness The attorneys
;'. the club were present except Mrs. left Tuesday for Fort Myers to look Mr. Hibbert Weathers has been Cutting a SpecialtyFits
____ Hon. Horatio I '
1: House. Mason, Miss Louise Gamsby playing engaged were quite sick for the past week. Guaranteed.
of fruit his
after the
Mrs. Clara Wolfe has returned to substitute. The prize, an extremely Davis, of Gainesville\! Judge J. M. shipment on

toP her home in Ohio after a visit to her Young and Col. T. P. Lloyd, of Inverness i twenty five acre orange and grapefruit I
pretty glass cream pitcher, was won
He the fruit is I Good Handsome
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Jewell by Mrs. T. T. Munroe.In and Mr. R. A. Burford, of grove. says Substantial
hanging in unbroken clusters and are
this city. this city. The court denied the mo-
Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe. so far down the peninsula that they
tion of Hon. R. B. Bullock for
a new
of Pennsylvania, We have received the
8. C. MclAnahan, following have not been touched by the icy
Oobleigh, Chicago, R. G. letter from Mr. Roy Kemp, of Angola trial in the case of B. F. Lyons.
C. H.
and breath of the frost king.
the Ind. "I was in bed four weeks with Pending his appeal for a new trial
Cincinnati, are among
Johnson, House.J. la grippe and I tried many remedies Judge Bullock has fixed the trial of A. Simple Colds FURNITUREa

late arrivals at the Ocala and spent considerable for treatment Cease to be simple if at all pro.
D. Mario at $3,00p subject to the ap-
\ H. B. with physician, but I received no relief longed. The safest way is to put
L. ,jr., Jacksonville; of the clerk of the circuit
: Tyson proval At Reasonable Prices.
,I' until I tried Foley's Honey and them aside at the very beginning.
"r ...,King, Windsor J. 5. Jolly, Gainesville Tar. Two small bottles of this medi- court.FOLEY3nOIffiYAmTAR. Ballard's Horehound Syrvp stops a

end W. W. Acheson, Mt. Dora, cine cured me, and now I use it exclusively cold and removes the cause of colds.

helped swell the Montezuma register in 'ny family." 'lake noubstltutes. 25e,50<5 and f 1 bottle at AntiMonopoly Ocala Furniture Co.

Postoffice Drug Store. 4tOP_tbecoughand heals 1ugi Drug store add Tydin&s & Co. m
i> *j Wednesday. x


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Just why oyster soups should be

I S...d. Both Shrill.... Lot Th.fW thickened and oyster stews should! not by day and night

Official' Minute of the M.nthl; Building Destroyed-Oeeu- Beautiful Wadding C.r.mtnJ-Two Cannot Hear. be is unexplainable. since other soups That's the complaint of those who

Meeting hold Jinuan. parts Make 'Narrow Esc.p.toek .- Young: Poopla Made Happy. Most people suppose a mole to bt are usually thin while stews are thick- are BO unfortunate as to be afflicted
dumb but It is not. A mole can give ened but this. seems to be the common Rheum-and
of Goods Lest. Eczema or Sal Otlt-
The board of public instruction for Pine, Jan. 7, 1904. a sound eo shrill that it bnsu't any practice. The thickening may be fine
do not ear*.
Marion county Florida, met on the Belleview, Jan. 8, 190-1. Special to the Ocala Banner. effect on the human ear at all and another cracker crumbs of flour blended with ward applications
sornd tiO low and soft that no butter. For a household where part They can't.
Special to the Ocala Banner A pretty marriage was aolmized at of the trouble is in the
4th day of January iu regular tIt1! IOl.h human being can bear It. Vet a weesel of the family ,do not care for oysters The source

Those present were O. ri. gluon, chairman Shortly: after four o'clock this the residence of Rev. I. W. Boring can bear both these sounds as plainly but do eat the broth one measure of blood-make burning; that itching pure akin and disease this sealing will-

morning tIre com pletely destroyed the last night. The contracting partieswere a<* you cnn the report of a gnu. and oysters to two of milk Is a safe pro ,-
B. R.
; Butch and J. i?. Grantham should be heated disappear.
sound registering machine-tin* pbo The milk
building known originally as the Mr James E. Thomas and Miss a portion. "I was taken with an itching on my
nuutogranli-will show them both with in a double boiler and thickened and arms which proved very disagreeable. J
Minutes of last meeting were read i Bell view Block, but recently as theMasonic Angeline Boring.Mr. scores of other sounds you are deaf to. the oysters parboiled meantime in concluded It was salt rheum and bought a

an l approved.'Jr. I Block, having been purchased Thomas is one of the most The usual note of the mole is a low their own juice till plump. Then combine after bottle I of began Hood's taking Sarsaparilla.it I felt better In two and days It

pur. which It uses a good deal whileat season and serve at once.-Kitchen before I was cured. lint
I by the Belleview Lodge about was not long
of this section a
W. H. Pyram appeared before popular young men work underground and it can also Magazine. never bad any skin disease since. Mas.

the board and asked for permit to two! years aeo. This was one of thu son of Capt. Cbas. Thomas of this shout at the top of its voice if burt or IDA E. WAED, Cove Point, Md. i

largest and best buildings ia the place who is extensively known alarmed; but though it shouted and Fachlon' Echoes. Hood's Sarsaparillaand
send his children to Orange Springs purred in your ear. you wouldn't bear Whenever short skirts are worn any.
town, built about twenty two years throughout portion of the state, like due regard to J
with Pillsrid
school the balance of the term, slatMDK It. The sound register. however with body anything;

that he had sent them there for ago at the time of the Marion county as a successful firmer and stock its delicate pencil that marks the volume her appearance must perforce pay attention the blood of all impurities and con

boom. raiser. He a man of marked of sound on a paper gives the to her foot pear. I all eruptions.
more than a year and a half: without young quality of both sounds. Military topcoats cuffs and military

permit but had now stopped his children The second floor was occupied by intellect and high] standing and enjoys A weasel too. which is one of themole's pipings are features of many of the .

by order of the board. the Watson's Masonic offices Lodge, while rooms in the and first Dr. and frIeuds as large as a any circle young of acquautances{man in the through enemies a couple can of bear inches these of sounds earth new The fall fashionable suits. fall glove for prome- (OH( MELON( H SEED(( fO%

After considering the matter the and often catches the mole when he nade wear Is in heavy leather, buctonless ALE
floor located Pope's commissary,
board decided that as the school u was county. throws up his hillocks of earth. The and wide wristed.

oaf month which only moved there this week, The bride ii the charming daughter common field mouse too. has a pur Skirts are assuming more ample proportions
one longer and not
over the public library telephone office, of R.v. I. W. Boring. She is an accomplished that is altogether beyond you. though They are stral \hter and fuller I have on band bOO pounds of the
j, Awded, that the application M you can bear him squeak plainly than heretofore. famous Eden Watermelon Seed whichI
:: laud the of Mr.
granted.Brick. I I pobtofike apartments comely and laudable enough if be Is hurt. A death's bead ThEreIs a decided tendency not only will sell at reasonable! figures If sold

for a flue ,and stove piping Alvau Lucius assistant postmaster, joung woman. moth. too. can squeak but that is done toward the fitted coat but to the fitted I at once. The Eden Melon is the bent 4

who discovered the fire and who with About forty intimate friends and by robblnghis wings:together and Is bodice as welL shipper known, and these seeds were
were granted the Flemingtou school. not a voice at all. heather brown myrtle
Ruby garnet
his wife and Dr. Watson selected from and perfectly
barely escaped relatives witnessed the impressive all for large
But the champion of creatures
petition from Anthony and one green and prune are among the sea-
few personal and that can bear a shaped stock. For prices etc., write
from the Central auk- saving very ceremony which was performed by good hearing oue son's colors.
effects.! When Mr. Lucius discoveredthe Rev. T. 8. Sistrunk, the Methodist sound that is over 100 degrees beyond For house gowns there Is much talk
ing the board to call elections for the your own limit is the common thrush of the blouse waist
tire the origin of which is unknown about tbepa.oing! I.I F. STILL
minister of Anthony.
: and often amuse yourself by
= jou may
. creation of special tax districts were and the coining of lines conforming a

,f before the board, but iu view of the atthe Ares ut time, the place After a dainty repast the young lobworm watching him at It.underground.He can hear locate a little more to the natural curves of the BlackvilU, S. C. i

. was BO filled! with smoke was impossible couple went to their home-a beautiful moving figure.
fact that the last legislature( passed a him by the noise and haul him out. -
Velvets and velveteens, especially tbrlatter
to save anything from the cottage one half a mile west of Often you may see a thrush stand
law orderinglections iu all the special occupy a prominent position
litttloflice, the loss of which can only Rev. Boring's, which had been perfectly still on your lawn cock bis F4r. cEY TAB
c Collarless bod.cf promise to !hI'
tux school districts the first Tuesday and listen Intently. then make a
r ear i
be estimated After the safe has been thoroughly tilted up by the groom feature of smart ISOINP dress s. I fernhrrd" i sun La ..i.
i. after the first Monday in April, couplq of steps and haul out a fat lob

t.' 1904, the petitions were ordered pub- cooled and exitnined. Mr.I Pope with everything :necessary for comfortable worm. Even the starling which Is .

pl f' liehed through the month this but he knows the thrush can and. -
consisting of eight or nine hundred beautiful
s- Tunry. PO the board could call the presents were very being a disreputable person with no

t voluwnd, was completely destroyed.Dr. and costly. Besfdes a number of common honesty he follows the young
election on April i, along with the Wants 'Em!
Watson lost hU Instruments and letters and messages came from faraway thrushes about on their worm hunts Everybody
lher elections. and steals the worms from them as
clothing, while the Masonic Lodge relatives and friends who could
London Answers.
In view of the fact that DO permanent soon as they are

t arrangements have been made lost their entire paraphenalia and not attend. .. - Get Yours First !

books. The building was partially Here let ua pause to drop a line of
f for cabh'ug: the warrants for thespecial VIGOROUS OLD AGE.

t p,,; tax 'school districts- and that coverea by iuaurduce. Only the hard sincere hope tbat each day may continue

work and wnU-hfuluess of the citizens to brighten the lives of this Plato died in his eighty-third year.
j / many of the trustees are requesting and his last hour was devoted to ictel-
f} the board to make such arrangements and volunteer tire department saved now happy couple. May the enabling lectual work.IsocratE's We refer to the pretty line of Comfortables we are

u the the adjoining stores of Peter Jones spirit of love guard the sacredtie waR ninety-four years old now showing. \Ve have them from the very cheapestto

f. secretary and chairman were and The Trading Company and had and peaceably shower when he wrote his famous work. "Pa- the best. Prices have been cut to the marnw tr

authorized to make arrangementswith prosperity nathenaikus." within the past few days, and you will miss a splendid
; there been the least breath of air it
: some bank, firm or individualto upon their home. Terestius Varro lived to be nearly a opportunity to get several nice pieces of bed covering

cash the warrants for all districts would have been almost impossibleto PETER STANLEY. hundred and he continued to write up at a low price if you fail to come in and inspect ;

: have prevented H serious: con tia- to the day of his death. the line we are offering.J. I
in the and should .
county the trusteesof BLITCHTON. Hiero. king of Sicily lived to be
gration. JOSH.
". any district prefer making their ninety. and Masiuissa lived to be still

own arrangements, they will notify Rev J. M. Morris preached J older and ruled for sixty years. I
.. very
BELLEVIEW. Quintus Fabius was appointed augur
the ftuperintendeut before the A. PITTMAN & SON.
next interesting sermons Sunday tuoru- when he was past middle age. and he .

meeting of the. board.. Messrs. Virgil Pratt and Edgar lug and evening.Mr. held the office for sixty-two years.

In view of the fact that there has Cato Censorius transacted business "
Charlie stevens of tit. Peters
Pelot left Tuesday for Orange Bend, until he was nearly ninety and retaIned "Tlje Corner furniture Store. .
been no statement from the trustees burg has moved back to his home
to spend several days. to the end all his old time vigor.

of the Ocala special school district of Rev. Currie returned Saturday from near Blitcbton. He is a welcome Gorgias Lu-ntium. the teacher of OCALA, FLA.

': the incidental !expenditures for the neighbor in our midst. Isocrates and otter distinguished men
Clearwater, slightly: improved in was in excellent health at the age of
last year that the secretary ask the Mr. Brooks and family of Dun- a aa,
health and tilled his pulpit at the 107 years.

trustees to make such a statement as Methodist church Sunday.Rev. Dt lIon, are moving on the place purchased Cbrysippus began to write his workon

early as possible.In logic in his eightieth year. Clean-
and Mrs. Whittier entertaining by them from Mr. Bridges
are *
then taught his pupils to his ninety-
view of the fact that the trusteesof
Rev. I. W. Ogle, of Ocala, Blitchtou gains and Dunnellou lotta.! ninth YE'ilr.Sophocles. Received

the Jno. F. Slater fund have I Ii i Rev. J. F. Holingshead, of Ormondand Miss Sallie Akin is visiting at Dun- lived to be nearly a hundred Just, ,.... .

agreed to. give fiOO to Fessenden nellon. and during his last days he wrote
Rev.. E. Ransom.
the "( of the
Tdipus one
t Academy, colored school at Martin, Our friends in
are our
Miss Maud Worthington, of Jack greatest tragedies ever written.

and that the American Missionary sonville, arrived Sunday and has accepted midst again. They may stay here for Arganthoulus began to rule when be A LARGE SHIPMENT

Board $400 for the purpose of establishing quite while. "was forty years old and held power
a position with the Belleview
for eighty years and In the third book ,
industrial and
an department,
Dr. BUtch has returned from his
/ of the "History" Asinlus Poilio tells

that the two boards request tbat the A special meeting of the city business trip to Tallahassee and other us that he did not die until he was past

supervifion of the work and plans be his one hundred and thirtieth year.
council was called Friday night for points. .'. HATS in Light: Colors.
put under control of the Khool board
had H which
the purpose of receiving the books hogs Valuable Inarcti.
in connection with the superintendent netted 2SOO Perhaps there are few substances
and reports of Tax Collector Mitchell pounds of (pork and 500
and principal. On Tuesday the contributed by animals to the materia
pounds of lard
who has
resigned. medica of greater value or more extensively -
full board and secretary visited the
Mrs. Alfred Abshire arrived Wednesday beneficial than certain speciesof Come end take a look at them
tichool to look over thh work and devise One of Nature's Noblemen Dies.J. insects. Of these there are none .
to remain with her daughter
plans of operating the school. W. Ross, after a three week's more highly esteemed for medical pur
I. Mrs.Alvan Lumis.
poses than those beautiful shining
The board found the school already illness of typhoid pneumonia, died
On opening the poatofflce safe after green colored insects known as blister. W. J. Chambers' Shoe Co.
in possession of a large and sufficient Tuesday at 4 p. m. Dec. H, 1908, at his ing beetles or canthartdes. Their corrosive
the fire of
Friday the I
school building, two large dorma- home at Heidtville, Fla. He was action Is so great that they frequently
money was found to be intact and in inflame and excoriate the
tories for boys and one for girls greatly beloved by the communityand
a nice,roomy one building for the principal fairly good condition. The government we sadly mourn his loss. on hands this of property those who their collect chief them medicinal and ............sSS.....U..

books, though charred and virtue depends. They are generallyused
and it well furnished, other outhouses Mr. Ross was 40 years old. He was Z
smoaked were elejjible so that reports in the form of plasters or ointment SEND US YOUR NEXT ORDER FOR
and thirty seven acres of land.It could be made born in Marion county He leaves a and In cases of violent visceral i
from them. The stock
was decided to enclose the tract of wife and seven small children and inflammation their external use can WHISKEY. SIi
of stamps and stamp books were scarcely be supplied by any other med
land and employ a good teacher who : one sister to mourn his death. He
ruined. cine.
understands agriculture and carpen- had been in bad health for over a : :
Mr. John Kykes left Monday for
ty and start an industrial school of year but the last three weeks it became Carton Mode of Catching Turtles.A .
Cltra, where he has accepted a posi curious mode of catching turtlesIs S
blacksmith evident that the end want the mellow oil Kentucky article the without
agriculture, carpentry, wu near; practiced in the West Indies. It you goods the :

and cooking,sewing and house work. tlon.Mrs.. that dreadful disease typhoid pneu- consists in attaching a ring and a line headache Our prices will ten the tale.
Martin and two children left
. The above named boards assuring monia set in but everything that to the tail of a species of sucker fish : Bowen's Corner Rye, Old I. W. Harper Rye I
Sunday for Alabama, after a pleasant known as the remora. The live fish Is
t the board that if the school proves visit with relatives here. loving hands and tender hearts could then thrown overboard and immediately per gal -.. ., ..._f3.25 (highest grade) per gal $tOO

successful that they will continue to do was done. But the Lord had or- makes for the first turtle he can S Baker X Rye, per gal. 3.25 Old Monogram per gal........ 4.00 I

contribute to the work. Mrs. T. A. Mitchell spent several dered it otherwise. His ways are best, spy, to which he attaches himself very Old Silver Lake Rye Maryalnd Club Rye per gal.. 4 00

days last week at Oxford. firmly by means of a sucking appa r per gal...... .... 3.25 Old Sip Tyler Rye per gal. .. 3.23
Reports loud accounts amounting to yet we often question his acts. To ratus arranged at the top of his bead. :
Jost!. tS Highest grade of pure North Carolina Corn Whiskies at prices
$3399.39 were approved and ordered those who knew him as Will a placeis Once attached to the turtle, so firm la .
from $1.50 to $3 gallon. All goods delivered free of
paid as follows: The importation of India rubber his grip that the fisherman on drawingthe per charge :
vacant the family circle is broken
; Prompt shipments and satisfaction guaranteed. Send
line brings home both turtle and postofiice
Salary teachers_ ".,. ..--._.$3iJ3 75 into the United States last .
C. S. Scott.per diem......... .......__. 400Bv year exceeded the fair ruling spirit is silent forever. the sucker. or express money orders.BOWEN .

R, Bhtch, per diem and mileage_.... 7 oo 59,000,000 pounds, and was Oh I how our heart aches for one I .
S.S.Grantbam.per diem and mileage 7 40 valued at more than 30000000. The
sound of his voice stilled forever one :
W. D. Cam, salary for December75 oo I ; Fine Scorn of the Cheap flat.
W. D. Cam, postage and po&tofhe box imports have increased about 50 percent touch of the loving hand that will "Yes, it Is a pretty bonnet," said the .

Ttnt_ ...Ji.m ...., ,,, ,. .,. s 75 in the last ten years. Over$100- prospective purchaser, "but the price
Transportation of pupils_.__ 51 20 never more minister to loved ones; shows that it Is not a real artistic cre I & COMPANY.
Ocala Banner, financial statement_, goo 000,000 worth of manufactures from the place cannot be filled. We can ation. It Is only $11.GG."

Ocala News Company,stationery...... i 55 India rubber are now turned i
out an. remember him he and Tardon me, madam, suavely said
.. only as was
4, Ocala Printing Company printing 4 50 the milliner. card 140 E. BAY ST. JACKSOKVILLE
"The has
nually from American factories.On price care- FLA.
\V. D.Cain,help in office..__ 6 oo for what he has done. !
been inverted. It should be
t: W.II, Mason repairs at Crahamville... 18 54 I lessly

T.11.A E., Ford Pasteur interest Commission.-_.....,., .'._,.... 50 u (69 Ie the first of the New Year West Heidtsville, Jan. 12, loot UNCLE JOE. I I thus-99.11."Send It home today," ordered the .................u.......

Palm Beach had an indebtedness 01 customer.-Millinery Trade Review. rI
Total....",.__.. .--.--_ fJ399 39 ,
! \V. D. CARS, Secretary. $3000. To start that: city off in good A freight train ou the A. C. L. \. Settler.

,. ------- shape Mr. enclosed WHITE'S
Flagler the clerk railway ran into an open bridge at Young Wife-What do you do when I CREAM

: The Morning Tribune of Tampa is his check for 13000 to wipe out the McGirta creek, six miles from Jacksonville your husband gets cross and wants to WORMS l! VERMIFUGE _

> ottering space to the candidates at the indebtedness. Wednesday night. This scold? .. ..Bir 1t.atlsQnal...
Wife with read him
rate of $5 per inch per month. wreck caused the passenger train to one or two( of experience the letters he used to For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. tEYERY :

k Gov. Jennings attended G"n. Gordon's FOLF11ONEY TAR be several hours late in reaching this write to me before we were married.- BOLA :ESY ALL :D 'UC oG"X'IiI. <
HalUmoreDl'rican.. Prepared b1"+ JAMES F. BALLARD
funeral. Cures ;- Pre, '3 Pneumonia point yesterday afternoon. -,St..Louis.__;'Ii

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,. Men Capable of Earning

List of Grand and Petit Jurors far General Bullock, of This City, Will

k THE OLD REUABL the Ocala Term Next Week. Speak for the Veterans-Description

.14 The regular term of the United of the Monument. $looo to $3,000 a Year.

r States court for the southern districtof Gainesville, Fla., Jan 9 1904 I

.. Florida will convene at Ocala on To the &itor of the Ocala Banner: Traveling Salesman, Clerk, Merchant-No Matter What.c

Monday, January IS, with Judge J.W. Please! make a note of the unveilingof Your Present Business! ,

{ Locke presiding. The juries for our Confederate monument on Jan.

P D I J f the Ocala term are as follows; 19th, 1904, in your paper, and the A complete reorganization of the producing department of the com
r. pany in ibis section affords a chance for a few good men. Eight Vlr.neieaon
Grand M Fishel l Ocala Madisou same will be appreciated Kirby
jury- ; by the agency fore in Ibis rich territory remain open for men of character
> Steward, Shady; F. W. Ditto, J. Smith chapter. and ability. You can find out by writing whether it will he worth soar
> ..I OYAt 4r while to make a change. No previous experience is A
;, ,: A. Muudeu, Ocala; John W. Flewellen The monument is eight feet high, professional instruction given free, necessary. course of

Gainesville; Ernest: : Sparr: R. with a life size figure of a Confederate

y 0. Connor, Ocala; J. A. Morse, Moss veteran at parade rest. On face side THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, t .

r. Bluff; B. M. Finch, M. R. Finch, of die, a soldier stands, and is inscribed

Gainesville; M. B. Vantane, Tavares; : "In memory of the Confederatedead Richard A. MeCurdy, President, .
: ,
r., D ; 1ur11111 aN1 t E. D. Utapyhou, Lake county; DavidH. 1S6MS65." On reverse side of
Has Paid
Hopkins, Kendrick; J. T. Trapp, the die: "They fell for us, and for Policy-Holders. Over 620 Million Dollars. ",
J. 1". beagle, Gainesville; J. T. them should fall the tears of a nation's
George T. Dexter
Stewart, Archer; James Whitaker, grief." On the fourth side of the ,

Arredondo; P. A. Ruhl, Gainesville; die: Sup't of Domestic Agencies. ::
"They counted the cost 32 Nassau! St., New York, X. Y.
E. C. Smith: Ocala; A. R. Hoover, And in defense of right

(. Anthony; H. V. Bogie, Ocala; Alexander They paid the martyr's price,"

Avery, Gainesville; Annon I The exercises will take place at half

Park Fort C. F. Donovan past ten o'clock iu the courthouse
i Absolutely Pure ; JUST RECEIVED
Gainesville; Pete Olsen! Stantou. yard.

z" Petit T. B. The program will consist of music
THERE NO SUBSTITUTE jury- Snyder, William .
l i A Richardson! 1". G. B. Weihe. J. H. by the Gainesville orchestra; A few

I Liviugston, John H. Welsh, Ocala; remarks of welcome to veterans'! and OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston

_____ Robert Ayer, D. A. Robertson, J. T. the public by Judge Horatio Davi+,the lettuce of the most reliable'seed.farmers in the United
States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers Egg
unveiling the monument Mrs.J. .
Woods, A. R. Him mons, Owen Lloyd, by Plant Beans Beets
l''. SALt ELIZABETH EASSIS Local Editor Rev. P. J. Reeve of Spring Park, I' F. Celery, all kinds of Farm
I E. C. Drake, Wesley:: hall, Gainesville McKlnstry, jr; presentation and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .

TY went down to Kissimmee Tuesday ; John Du Bois, Lake county; D. speech mgr the chapter byHon.W. L. sure to see or write us before you buy your Early ,
I HAPPENINGS f ABOUT TOWN. afternoon to attend the State Baptist Palmer of Orlando Corn for spring.
A. Merchant, Ala hua; N. C. Petit, ; response on .

Convention. Waldo; B. J. Thomas, Waldo; S. W. ] of the veterans: by Gen. R. Bui-
Mr. Will Veal was in the city Sat- Jock The
of Ocaia. of honor
Scott Wildwood Solomon
Miss Edith Piatt entertained a few ; Miklrr,

'. ; urday. of her friends iuformally at euchre Heidsville; E. L. J. Banks: Haw- will then be delivered to the many TIle Ocala Seed Store I

We tip our hat to Ocala's new Monday night. The evening was thorne. I applicants by the president of the

: mayor. pleasantly spent.Pneumonia. The jury wasdrawn by E. O. Locke, I chapter. TheR*v. Vandi Ellis will -

Mr. Ben Thrower, of Gainesville, clerk of the court, in presence of the ask God' blessing upon our work.
l and La Grippe. land I The S. A. STAI IIDLEY, LEE MILLERS.
veterans and their friends
was in Ocala Tuesday. United States Marshal, Captain Horr, will
Coughs curedl) quickly by Foley's
r t.t W. S. Eskin and Gale then be invited to partake of a grand
Mr. C. V. Miller made a business Honey and Tar. Refuse substitutes. Henry as I A. STANDLEY & CO.
witnesses.There I lIube'ul':1d thus will close one of .
Posloffiee Drug Store
trip to Juliette Tuesday. m II,
are the grandest occasions in the history
twenty-seven new oases

,z,. The infant baby of Mr.Ray moud B. Mr. J. J. Williams and family, who oil the criminal docket of the court I I l I of Alachua county. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Bullock is reported quite sick. have been boarding at the Monte/.u- for the Ocala term, and one case continued Kirby Smith:! chll.Jlter.would be

"-.- ma hotel for some time past, are now from the last term. There are I delighted to have you present on the
S. A. Staudley: & Co. added two
: ', hou keping in the cottage on Pine) only five casts on the civil docket .I platform during the exercises. We carry the most completeline
. :t 1t-! more hordes to their sale Tuesday. I
; street owned by Mr. S. Sistiuuk.. thus far for this term. Tne clerk of'I I remain respectfully; of Harness, Saddles, etc .

t j )Ir. Gto W. Thames, of Jacksonville jt t the court is now busy! fixing up the I j MRS. H. H. McCREARY, in central Florida, and will give

; spend Saturday in the city. Hon. Newton A. Butch, who sue- docket for the Ocala term. Pres. Kirby rtmity Chapter U. D. C.

Cteded Hon. R. }I'. Rogers as state: inspector our patrons the very lowest

I Mr. Charles Smith, we are pleased of convicts, was in Ocala Saved From Terrible Death. I New City Government. prices.Ve are thoroughly

to say, is able to be up and about. Tuesday! and went to Duiineifon; to inspect 'the family of MM. M. L. Bobbitt of The old city government expired
equipped for fitting out turpen-
the convict camps m that sec BargetouTeun., saw her dying and Tuesday and the new one was born.
Seed potatoes for sale. At the OcalaReed I
Store. Iwd 13 lion. were powerless to save her. The 1 The retiring mayor,'Hon. M. Fisbe1.I tine and lumber teams, gear, tf
ai r' most skillful physicians and every i '1'*, '', t
l turned over the great keys of the cityto
James Chace, the little son of Dr. For a bad taste in the mouth take a remedy used, failed, while consumption wagons, etc. ?
< I few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach the new mayor, Hon. Will J. Edwards
: e and Mrs. J.E. Chace quite suk. wa slowly but surely taking her
------ and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. )life. In this' terrible hour Dr. King's and he H now responsible for We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and summers
I- I J
Mrs. J. Ira Singleton, of Martel, is Warranted to cure. For sale by AntiMonopoly New Discovery for Consumptionturned the safe keeping of the city
Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. H. G. Drug Store. iu despair into joy. The tint Mr. Edwards took the oath of office

": _. Haycraft. bottle brought immediate relief, and before General Robert Bullock, judgeof \orth Side Court llou-e. Ocala. Fla
". Mr. John Reardon, after spending a its continued use completely cured
few Ocala with his her. It's the most certain cure in the the county court, yesterday after- .
Judge H. F. Sharon! of Quiucy, days in parents, ---- -- -------- -
< world for all throat and lung troubles. noon, and will deliver his inaugural
t died at his home in that city several Mr. and Mrs. John G. Reardon, has OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA
a Guaranteed bottles ->0e and $1. 'frial message to the council at its next
: days gone to Savannah: where he has accepted
t. ago. bottles free at Anti-Monopoly Drug meeting. FLORIDA.BOILERS
a position with the Sims Hardware Store and Tydings &Co.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Griffin, of Anthony At the meeting of the council Tuesday -
Company.Mrs. .
I t- were among our visitors Satur- ------- night the od! council closed up its
An Alarm
of Fire. ENGINES
t' day. __ J. H. Nuruey and her daughter work for the year and adjourned sine
t At nine o'clock Monday night a fire
1 1 :" Mr. F. B. Coogler, of Brooksville, ,Mrs. E. R. Hart, of Suffolk, Va., alarm was sent in and when it was die. Pipe and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps,
arrived in Ocala Tuesday afternoonand The new members were then sworn Sawmills Saws circular and Belt-
I was among the visiting lawyers in drag,
learned that the
Ocala Tuesday. are the guests of the former's opera house was on in and Hon. A. G. Gates, of the first St ing, Pulleys Bolts, general line of
fire the excitement became
daughter, Mrs. Jack Camp, for a ward, was elected president of the MILL AND
Judge Horatio Davis, of Gaines. But the fire was soon extinguished MIXING SUPPLIES.
short while.M. hoard by acclamation and Hon. D.
ville, was in Ocala Tuesday on professional and the excitement was of short dura E. Mclver president pro tempore.

; business. G. McCarroll, formerly of this tion. President Gates will appoint the IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS

city, but now managing the extensive It seems that a lamp exploded in
standing committees at the next
Clark and little of
Mrs. Henry. son, ill KINDS OF MACHINE WORK
Fellowship, spent Saturday in Ocala interests of J. F. Edwards at Ocala, the office formerly occupied by regular meeting of the council.

> with relatives. made a brief visit to his family here Messrs. Graham, Stevens &Co., and The new members are Hons A. G.

Sunday, returning yesterday.- now occupied by Mr. P. J. Peacher. Gates H. J
A. Ford, James M. Barco,
Dr. Mary Ewing, of Atlanta, is in Gainesville Sun. The lamp set fire to an upholstered. D. E. Mclver and H. C. Jones.

"'. Ocala the guest of her mother, Mrs.J. chair, but the fire department was The new members are extremely C. I. GRACE.Successor .
The next lyceum attraction will be .
D. Williams. quickly on hand and the flames were
modest gentlemen and would not be
to Central' Lumber Co.
Mr. Booth Lowry, who comes to the -
smothered before any further damagewas to make And said Dealer In
tempted a speech
Miss Julia Whitfield of Dunedin, next Monday Mr. *
: armory evening.
done. they preferred to let their acts speak Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,
;; arrived in Ocala Saturday afternoonand Lowry is an unique and irresistible
them. and'Siding, Lathe Shingles and Brick.
is the guest of Miss Jessie Palmer. speaker. Tickets for this lecture are A VerV Close Call.
Manufacturer of
The new city administration is I
on sale at the Postoffice Drug Store. "I stuck to my emgine, although Turned Ballusters Newels Columns
Casings Door and
Mrs. D. 8. Woodrow and little composed of splendid material and ,
every j oint ached and every nerve Window Frames Mantels Church Seats Pulpits School
went to Crystal River Satur ,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Strickland have we believe will make a good record
was racked with pain," writes C. W. Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
day afternoon for a few day's outing. moved from Waycross to Fitzgerald, and will leave no stone unturned for ,
'e Bellamy, a locomotive fireman ol receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
Ga. Mr. Strickland having accepteda the improvement of the city.
W. of Martel, and Burlington Iowa. "I weak
Mr. Henry Long I was and sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
position as dispatcher of trains with pale, without appetite and all
Mrs. Marion L. Payne, of Benedict, any
Mrs. Johanna Soderholm, of Per
rc here Satur the Atlanth the visitors J
= g were among company at that place. Mrs. Strick I got a bottle of Electric Bitters, and gus Falls, Mian., fell and dislocated I II
day. after taking it I felt as well as I ever shoulder. She had a surgeon get I I
land was formerly :Miss Flossie Dukes
: Hon. Alfred Ayer is now on his did in my life." Weak, sickly, rundown it back in place as soon as possible,
taxes. Read the of this city.A people always gain life THE CLUB HOUSE.
:; : rounds assessing new but it was quite !sore and pained her

notice and meet him at his appoint- very remarkable pnmp baa been I strength and vigor from their use. very much. Her son mentioned that -
them. Satisfaction,
Try 'guaranteedby
ti mentsI on exhibition in Ocala)< for several' he had seen Chamberlain's Pain o 1
ti-Monopoly Drag Store and Balm advertised for sprains and sore*
and bladder troublescan weeks past. Tuesday Messrs. R. 8. & I Cuisine First Class Iates
Fatal kidney TydIngs Co. Price 50 cents m ness, and she asked him to buy her a i Reasonable

always be prevented by the use Hall, H. A. Ford and S. 'A. Rawls bottle of it, which he did. It quickly I

of Foley's Kidney Cure. Postofflce purchased the right for the state of The names grand and petit relieved her and enabled her to sleep, '

" '. Drug Stor m Florida and for the sale of them will jurors for the U. S. circuit _court that which she had not done for several I Refurlisled) 11)rouglout.) SpeciaiRates by Month.

,,;:1'; Mr. W. H. Clark and his sons, Mr. make Ocala the distributidg depot. we print elsewhere shows that the list days. The eon visa so much pleased ,
with the relief it gave his mother
t Howard Clark and Mr. Harvey Clark The pump is a fine one and it took a needs revising. Borne of the parties -
that he has since recommended it to .
.1'). t''ti i went to Orange Lake Tuesday to round sum of money to purchase the whose homes are given in Ocala many others. For sale by AntiMonopoly IRS.- THOS. J. BARNES PROPs

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Mr/Charley Smith U now able to COLONEL NIC BARCO. HEW YEAH RECEPTIONAT Love-Intlis. .2

be on the streets. The following account of the marriage ,
Through the courtsey of the Crystal
}{rd. C. H. Dime baa been on the of Miss Inglis and Mr. Love,
River News, we present herewith a
: lIck list since last Friday. Most Elaborate Function in 100Y taken from the Jacksonville Times- ;Gi;
picture of Col. Nic Barco, one of the ROYAL RESERVE
ars-Thi President and Mrs Union of Thursday will be read with
Mrs. 0. M. Elton and baby spent best known men in this section of
Roosevelt's Strenuous Llfo. interest the Ocala friends of
by many
Sunday at Hom08a3.1a. Florida, and one of the best friends

Ocala bas outside its own citizen Washington, Jan. 8, 1904. the bride:

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder were Special to the oats Banner. "One of the most elaborate home Four Quarts $'% 5 0
at the Ocala House Monday. ship.Mr. Many notable and interesting events weddings that has occurred in Jacksonville Delivered a
Bsrco belongs to the Barro
have occurred during the past two during the present season was
: Dr. A. ,L. Izlar returned Sunday family of Marion county, one of the L
.: weeks. The merry Xmas festivities, that last evening at the residence of LiI.t
morning from a short visit to South most substantial and sturdy families
the grand New Year reception at the Capt. John L. Inglis, when Miss
t'arloinn. of the pioneer days and whose posterity
white house and the reconvening of Louise Lnglis and Mr. Meade A. Love .
are, as they themselves were, g
Mr*. D. 8. Woodrow and daughter congress have created the greatest were united in marriage. STRAUSS' 76' .
an honor to the county. Like nearly
returned Monday from a short visit enthusiasm among Washtngtonians. the ceremony was performed by 1 .. '

to Crystal River. The reception was the most elabor Rev.: W. A. Hobson,or the First Baptist 1
"Trje Firjest"fiFULL
ate function in over hundred years. church, at six o'clock on the, 4 IjSI.un&C.
Sunday was an ideal day and all
It, indeed, caused a flutter of excitement evening of January sixth.
r 1 t
the churches were largely attended.
: and made one's heart beat with Mr. R. J. Love, a brother of the "- .
Ocala la a church going community.Mr. i r 1 QU AA .U'.'"
national pride to pass along the line groom, acted as best manl and Miss STRAY s ace 4- RTS$6. _

Lank and hia two daughters, of to the marshal strains of the Marine Julia Whiifield, of Dunedin, wa

Illinois, are spending the winter in band and pay one's respects to the maid-of-bonor. Khe was attired in a

Otala and are stopping'on Dougherty head of the nation who was supported handsome gown of point ae sprit over

street.Mr.. on either side by the ladles of the I white silk and carried a bouquet of Every bottle of genuine

cabinet in elegant gowns, and to pink roses tied with pink ribbon.
Nathan Mayo, of Bummerfield, frWt.t
view the diplomatic corps, the navy The attendants were Mr. Alex .
passed through Ocala Monday on his
I and army in gorgeous glittering court Inglis with Miss Willie Thomas. Miss
way home from a business trip to Pabst
;-I. Gainesville.Mr. dress. It was a spectacle that will Thomas, as bridesmaid, wore white

ever be recalled with the most pleasant fcilk mouslin over pink silk and carried
W. C. Foster and Mr. A. M. t
memory.It pink carnations.

Watson, two young/ men of:Erie, is more delightful aud enjoyable, Master, John L. Inglis, jr.,; acted as

., Ala., are visitors to OjiUand: may however to visit the white house ribbon boy. He was very handsomein Blue Ribbonbears

here orin the .
locate near vicinity.Mr.
t during the quiet morning hours when a. costume of white broadcloth

Huger, of North Carolina, is the president and first, lady of the with point lace collar.

one of our visitors for the winter and laud will, as a special favor, receive The bride was most handsomely

, is stopping with Mrs. :C. J. Phillip* I you in that gracious, hospitable manner and becomingly gowned iu a rich the trade-mark "Pabst lVIil.vaukee"
all the men of his age, the Civil war
and to wander leisurely through creotian of de chene over
:, on South Third street.
loft Mr. Barco almost penniless BO be \ in red circle. In the
the entire building and view the state white silk, with'point lace. Her only a
: downto ii &( to build, after was declared
Landers who \ peace
Clifford came
banquet room, red, blue and green ornament was u haudaome diamond

see his hrothar, Otis Linden, who from the ground up and selected parlors, the east room where several brooch, gift from the, groom. She making of Pabst Beer

was so badly hurt sever*! weeks ago, Crystal River as the base of his
presidents! have laid in state, corridors carried a bouquet of bride's roses
his work in Atlanta. operations and was successful as a I The is i
bAit returned to
: ,offices and bed rooms that have with maidenhair fern. barley right
cedar merchant. He also did a general -
down to beeu recently throughly overhauledin The home of the bride's father,
Mr. M. E. Robinson went
mercantile business and branchedoff The hops
Crystal River Monday on business all their real splendor Capt. Inglis, was beautifully decorated are right
also as: a mill man. Later, seeingthe
connected with his house and incidentally Mrs. Roosevelt, at ftiia season, baa for the occasion, the color scheme The water is
possibilities in turpentine, took right
,. to east on fish and oysters. to lead a rather strenuous life. The being pink, white and green, this
advantage of the opportunities he
receptions that follow each other being executed with a profusion of The plant is
possessed and h&s since become a rightThat's
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Northcutt
very rapidly require her to stand for costs and carnations, pink and white
and little son arrived here Thursdayfrom Ixrge operator in this branch of busi
hours and the numerous functionsthat aud the foliage plants leading the additional why
their ness. During his visit to Goals a few
:Marietta, Ga., on way she grace with her presence and coloring.
Ocala fur a winter visit.-TiuiesUnicn. _das ago he closed two verylurjje 1
: the hundreds of callers, is indeed After the ceremony an elaboratemenu
turpentine deal.-
: very taxing to her nerves. was served the large gathering,
As Mr. Barco i is ,.o whole,-oul 'ti,
Hon.E. M. Hopkins, member of the Mr. Roosevelt seems never to get and an informal reception held.
venial and compinionabl, no one 1bstbeer
legislature from L on county, died weary, his position, too, is very trying The brdie is the daughter; of Capt.
envies him hUsuccts and everybodyin
suddenly Saturday afternoon. He Thousands of demands are made lughs, and is a woman of lovely character -
O 8h wishes that he live
was a brother *>f Mr. W. H. Hopkins, may upon him daily, but his robust health and personality.Mr. .
long to enjoy his wealth.
of Orange Lake. and iron constitution stand up won- Lave, the groom, is a rising

Congratulates Marion County ant derfully1. The day after shaking jouug attorney of Quincy, Fla., and I
G. W. Yarn and N. L. Hatton,
Mr. Oeala. bands with over 7,000 people, his arm was accompanied Jacksonville, by hsaiwyre

' .- I turpentine operators from Hernandocounty Hon. R. F. Rogers was called by and hand clasp were as strong 8S evel. a number of friends, who witnessedtheceremonylast

were In Oeala Monday:: and telegram to Ocd last week, and ten Miss Alice Roosevelt is considered a evening. Those in

purchased a fine team of horses from dered the position of general superin : bit haughty; the flattery and atten- she party were :Mr. and Mrs. Corrie,

B. A. Standley & (to.Mrs. tendent of the state farm and con- I. tion that the has received would, no Mr. and Mrs.Al Wilson,Mr. and Mrs.,

and her son, Mr. n 1bt. victs at that place by the Consolidated i doubt, somewhat turn the head of Hearan, Mr. W. H. Ellis, Mr. E. C. For Sale by
, Barnes, of Indiana, arrived in Ocala Naval Stores Company, of Jack- I motany young lady. The younger Love, Mr. R. J. Love, Mrs. G. W.

,, -". Monday afternoon and are the guests son yu le. : children, though are rollicking, jolly Lamar, Mr. /block ton broome, from STRAUSS & CO.

, of Mr. E. C. Smith. They were Mr. Rogers accepted the position ata I littly fellows and are not one bit spoiled Quincy; Mr.'and Mrs B. D. Inglis, ,

'. pleasant visitors to our city last win- fine salary, and left Wednesday to by their position or the attentionso Mrs. J. B. Smith! Mr. J. W. Smith, ,

:} ter. take charge of the business. He lavishly: bestowed upon them from Madison, and Miss Julia Whit- ---- ----- -

r leaves his family here for the present, Mrs. Roosevelt's private secretaryMiss field, from Dunedin.
Mr. Slayden Fake, of Asheville, N. HU &
and will retain hu citizenship In Isabella Hayner is a charming "lend lshon'$ wedding march was MACDUFF
r C., is in Ociln.! He is a son of Dr. H.

i It. Makes, who has a pace near the Lake City and Columbia county.In young lady and is really "boss of the I played with exquisite touch by Mra.

this connection, Mr. R gers also ranch" in common parlance. Her I George J. Taylor. HEADQUARTERS FOR j
city. Mr. Fakes expects to plant a
I authorizes the Index to say that he is word concerning social privileges is The couple! left list evening at 8
: : portion of the place iu pecans and we
I not a candidate for state office law and gospel. Rue plans all the o'clock for
any a trip to /: Augustine,
i are pleased to say: will be in our city AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
J': some time. and cordially and heartily endorsesMr. arrangements of social functions and :Miami and Nassau. Before returning

!L..; '.;. McLiu for the position, believing has a large force of able and devoted they will visit the winter home of

t The Marion Camp of Confederate that a faithful public servant shouldbe assistants at her command. Capt. Inglis at Bungalow, Port Inglis.Mr. sanclt. 55 ixai.i. ,..,
Veterans will meet in this city next endorsed for a second term. He The name "White House" originated .and Mrs. Love will be at home in t1Il 1 a -[ I 47 n .

I Monday to pay fitting 'tributes to the also thinks that no county ought to after the bombardment by the Quincy about February 1." _34 11&r!? ; ,__ I--t; ;: e ,

memory of General Longstreet and ask for more than one office, and considers British in the early days of this > I ; Itt rb
Children Poisoned. 28111'' esY
General Gordon, famous Confederate we ought to be ratified with sountry's history, when only the a .'
:e IOf. \
Hon. Frank Clark for Many children are poisoned and s ,
chieftains whose deaths have congressman, s
recently stone walls of the building were left ]
which is already an assured fact. made nervous and weak, if not (killed -t 4"
occurred.Mr. .ic
While this removal of such a citIzen standing and these blackened walls outright, by mothers giving them ....

W. C. Jettord, our war ency- is a positive logs to our town(and were painted white to restore their cough syrups containing; opiate Fo- __.,.... CI"" -r-L: _. _. _
clopedia the county-and Mr. Rogers' enemies will former beauty. The word "White ley's Honey and Tar is a. safe and cer- Rcsvlar Style 5pKbI frog,Horse amt Cattle Slyto
says newspapers are tain remedy for coughs and Sta).la la.or 6 In.apart
agree to this-the Index congratulates House" has stuck more closely than croup Stay12 In. or 61a.apart
mistaken in saying that Gen. Gordonwas lung trouble and is the
Marion and only prominent
on securing the paint. A description would be Made of large, strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvanizsd.
the list surviving Lieutenant his residence in their midst. They cough medicine that contains no
too lengthy at this time it will be Amply provides expansion and contraction. Is practically ever
other Postoffice
General of the Confederacy. He says! will always find him in the front opiates or poisons.- lasting. Never
goes wrong, no matter how
great a strain is it.
ranlciof given later for the benefit of those of Drug Store. m put on
progress, and ready and willing
there are still left Gen. Joe Wheeler, Does not mutilate, but does efficiently, turn cattle horses, bogs
Gen. Stephen D. Lee and General to do his share in pushing his your readers who have not had the and pigs-
section Mrs. H. C. Northey of Belleview
to the front.-Lake City of ,
opportunity viewing the nation'shome
Stewart,of .
Tennessee.There Index. of the president. paid us a pleasant call Tuesday after EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE'GUARANTEED

I' was great activity at the Carmichael The prevention of consumption is MAMIE HOWSE-STOVALL. noon. This good lady is agent for a by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how

and Son Company's new entirely a question of commencing Wonderful Nerve. book entitled "The Triumph of our it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.

railway eating house Monday. At the proper treatment in time. Nothing Era" a moet valuable publicationand
I is Is displayed by many a man enduring Syracuse Chilled Plows Black Hawk
12 o'clock there was not piece of so adapted to ward off fatal of we hope he will succeed in obtaining and Economy Corn Shelters Varnish
pains accidental Cuts
lung troubles as Foley's Honey and Paints Oils Glass
furniture in the building but when Tar. Po toffice Drug Store. Wounds, :Bruises Burns, Scalds, Sore the names of many subscrib Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc

Feet or Stiff Joints. But there I ers. The book will a useful
the first train rolled In about out no occupy

') o'clock a steaming hot dinner await- Rev.D. A. Cole and family passed need for It. Bucklen's Arnica Salve place in any library. Hubbard & Macduff Ocala! Fla.
will kill the pain and cure the trouble.
ed the passengers and it was a good through Tallahassee on Christmas: eve i
It's the besi salve on earth for Piles,
one, too. | on their way to Apalachicola, Brother too. 2ac at Anti-Monopoly Drug UcIVER and MACKA1 "
The peculiar cough which indicates: Cole's new charge. Sister Cole suffered Store and Tydings & Co. m 41\ ,

croup is usually well known to the quite a severe wound in the A hunting party consisting of

mothers of croupy children. Nor head from the falling of a ventilation Messrs. M. F. Hollihand, William ,...., yHave you decided ou the kind o
; time should be lost in the treatmentof
window fertilizer
the coach, and are going to
you ?
only a Hutson and W. T. Wheler left Mon I r use It's
it and for this
purpose no
has received more uQversal approval short time afterwards while near day for a week's hunting and fishing FUNERALDIRECTORS. t I t not a question of how much but

i than Chamberlain's Cough Peacock some miscreant threw a piece trip to Gum Swamp and the Withla- what kind when the best resul t

Remedy. Do not waste valuable lightwood through a car window eoochee river section. They were T.P -4 A can be obtained. You can't make a

time in experimenting with untried against which she was sitting, the joined Tuesday by Messrs. Ray B. C mistake when you use our high. grade -
j remedies, no matter high highly they missle -1- st fertilizers.
lust missing her
face, while the Bullock J. H.
may may ba recommended, but give Livingston, jr., J. L. l ;
' this medicine as directed, and all shattered glass cut through the skin Smoak, 8. T. Sistrunk and J. H. Have a full stock of Coffins. Caskets d Highest,cash price paid for dry bones
in and Burial Outfits. to ,
several Special
symptoms of croup will quickly dis places. Fortunately no Counts. When the party returns

appear. For sale by Auti Monopoly serious damage resulted, so far as we this office expects to feast on vension, ml tcivil. IF. FLORIDA FERTILIZER SIF6 COMPANY
Drug m have'arned.-Cbristlan Advocate. wild turkey and quail. Embalming to Orders OaliusvilU. Fla.r .

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SABA ELIZABETH: HABSIS. Local EUtn I II Mrs C. E. Abion: and children MARION'S HARD ROADS for the time being by suits pending
: arB\\

visiting! relatives at Lakeland. 03 mj) 03 OJ} 03 03 03 03 03 against the trustees of the internal Improvement

: HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Hon. H. W. Long Explains and Defends fund .brought by different
4 Mr. Henry Decker and family, of the System Under Which railroad companies.

i. Vi nee noes, Iud has arrived in Ocala To Let Up They Are Being Constructed Everything now points to national
The boarding houses aud hotels are
aid to the states to aid In building and
1 for the winter. Mr. Dicker several ED BANKER: As ih..r." sterns to be 1 I

r rapidly filling up with winter visitors. mouths ago bought one hundred acres Means a LossIn some opposition to the system adoptedby I I maintaining good roads.
II I am in close touch with the National -
the board of commissionersin I
of land Ocala and will take county \
f Mr. C. E. Herrick and little son, of near a turu the Good Roads Association being a .
the advertising campaign there construction of Improved roadsin ,

s Crystal River, were in Ocala yester at farmiug. should be no truce. While the merchantives Marion county, a word.of explanation member of its advisory committee, and< y

day. and remains in business there comesno seems to be in order. also have the honor to be one of a com-
Mr. R. W. Van Brunt, principal of
time when he can safely lay down his I 1. I lay down as a specific and gen- mittee of one from each state to present
: WANTED young men to help the Starke public school aud who resolutions i
adopted by the
arms. If he ceases advertising for a single eral proposition that no plan of opera-

make Ocala baskets Co.in our crate 115.2t factory taught in the Ocala: High School for '[3 day he gives his competitors an advantage. '[3 tions, either private or public, can be I National Good Roads Association at .

Mfg. several years spent Saturday here and if he stops for a month he has started on successfully executed without system. St. Louis last May, to the congressional

the roal which leads to discomfiture and committees on agriculture, In the Interest -
D 2.
The Kings Daughters held their will remain over today. His many D That the board of county com-
of national aid in the
missioners after
close thought as to construct
; regular weekly meeting in the library Ocala friends are delighted to see him abler
tion of good roads. I shall
To stop advertising even for a short the best system of constructing Improved not be

rooms yesterday afternoon. again.Mr. O time destroys the culmative effect it has 0 roads for the people of the to go because our state organization '

: already produced and an end to all the has ne funds to pay and
i W. M. Hollow ay, of Gainesville puts county so as to give the greatest bene- my expenses

Mrs. W. B. Holly leaves today for candidate for state Buperinteu- advantages gained by continuity. If you fit to the largest number of people, am not in condition to do so myself. I a

i fit. Augustine, where she will spend withdraw your ads from the papers you may 11 adopted the system of base line roads, shall make an effort to get an efficient
dtut of instruction in
public was "Q be assured that will
several months, with the hope that your competitors w east, west, north and south and to o proxy to represent Florida on that oc-
Ocala Friday and spent the day interviewiug make the same mistake. I casion.
the change will improve her heal h.f tj guard against what one writer com-
"Out of out of mind is time
{ influential citizens iu thi sight, a plains of. provided for branch roads to The road machinery bought by our
-- --
', Dr. W. C. Lindsay, Mr. D. E. Mc- interests of his candidacy. He says honored proverb which applies with pecu'L-r; be located and to connect with the board in the line of progress, with the
force to merchant's advertising. : J
a no exception of the
: Ivr, Dr. McIntosh and Mr. Gale his prospects are as bright as a rainbow remembers the advertisements of last base line roads not nearer than two engine, has
year. -
proved to be
'" a success.e have a
? McIntosh went do A-n to Homosassa with every hope of promise.The Keep your name before the pub C n t he miles from Ocala, these branch roadsto clause in the contract with the com- 1
be located and constructed as the'
columns of the Ocala Banner if you would ,
yesterday afternoon to spend a few from whom the
> pany machinery was
Florida Baptist Wanes-, which not be forgotton. building of the base line progressed

days fishing.Mr. II, has been punted in this city for the I i the base line roads to be built in length bought, guaranteeing the machinery to I
II I be adapted to the
physical conditionsof
in to
equal sub-divisions so as give
J. Buttgeubach, of Holder, one past ten fifteen years and which i I Try THE BANNED For Results. each sub-division of the county an the country. Our board under that
sold to the i clause has instituted j
was recently owing continued : proceedings to
of the largest phosphate operators in i equal proportion of good roads. The
illness of its Rev. J. l:. e protect the tax payers of the county
clamor of two prominent localities of
the world in the
was c'ry yesterday Porter, halt been consolidated with the county influenced the board to relax from any loss.

on at the a business Ocala! House.visit. lie was a guest the Southern Baptist, published at I w ft a rtt tt ttOt -t its system and adopt two additional I amount A comparative of money expended statement on roads of the la y x

base line roa s. Another road in
Tamp and will be issued hereafter each county commissioner's
district for
the direction of Camp Izzard has been '
!" The city equalization board, consisting i from Jacksonville.Gen. I Confederate SlIver, Tea. What an Ocala Banker is Doing located three miles and a half, on con- the years 1902 and 1903. together with

of Met-sr Geo. McKay, '1'. J. statement of
a the amount
i The Daughters of the Confederacy, From & private letter, we learn that dition that the money to construct it paid each
Robert Bullock of Ocala. it
:, to i member of the board in the
Owen J. L. Edwards, Wm. Hocker dischargeof
I be furnished without interest, which
in honor of General Robert E. Gee'sbirthday Mr. Z C. Chambliss attended the
be orator of the day at the unveiling his official
and G. S. Scott, are hard at work on will be done by the broad-minded and duty as superintendentof
will give a silver tea at the Combination Sale of Shorthorns and
the 1904 tax books. of the confederate monument by progressive firm of :Munroe and Cham. road, will be published as soon as
Smith of home of Mrs. C. A. Liddon, next Herefords Ft. \Yortb, Texas, last the official duties of.the clerk.Mr. S. T.
Kiiby Chapter, Daughters bliss. The several base line roads have

Mr. T. L. Hunt, of Macon, Ga., arrived the Confederacy, Gainesville, Jan. 19. I i TutMUy afternoon, January 19, from mouth, aud was the purchaser of been constructed beyond the limits of Sistrunk will permit him to do so, so

iu Ocala ;yesterday and has accepted 3 to 5 o'< loek. several flue animals there, which the Ocala election district. A branch as to enable the people of the countyto
The selection is
( u good one, as no man know how and'fop 'hat'purpose
w the
: a position with the W. J. The Daughters of the Confederacy with those he bought! at private sale road has been located, opened and put
can better relate the incidents of t road funds are expended and whetheror
Chambers Shoe Company. Mr. Hunt and their friends and the public are wiule in the state, made up a car in as good condition as circumstanceswould
, L. war than the participants therein. It I permit, from Lowell to Flemington not the road fund has been uselessly-
1 invited to atlehd. The proceeds are load, which were added to his
is slopping at Mrs. Palwsr's boardinghouse already squandered around Ocala.
is no hearsay with them.-Metropolb. : which is for the benefit of the people -
c<, be to the .GYnfederate mouuuif fine heard Mr. Marion stands
t. on Ft. King ovenne. given Chambliss may not of the northwest portion of the county today as a

I Isaac story, Ava, Mo., writes Sept. lit luud.Contiibutioasareto. make any money out of his purchases, county; another from Anthony to landmark among her sister counties of

,I Mrs. A. H, Marsh entertaiued eightof 10th 1110O "I in bud health I I intended the state as one of Florida's most pro-
: was voluntary. hut we feel sure that he will, but Greenwood, etc., which is to '
her lady friends yesterday afternoon had stomach trouble for twelvemonths be continued until a network of branch gressive counties, and stereoptican
All Confederate Veterans, residents whether he doe or II)t, the work that
also dumb chill. Dr. J. W. I view of her magnificent roads are being -
at a very pleasant duplicate line roads will permeate every impor
and visitors, are invited to t>e the lit' is! doing toward more and better displayed to the
Mory prescribed HER I cE, it cured tant locality of the county. It requiresno public gaze
: whist Mrs. L. R. Chazel was
party of the U. D. C. livestockiu the r throughout the civilized
+ me in two week I cannot recommend guests southern part of the argument to demonstrate that the world. Shall

:r r fortunate in winning the prize whichwas it too highly, it will do all y u I The imuagi'mentof this tea will be !state, will lie remembered long after county site should be the objective Marion keep well in the front line of

a very pretty one. claim for it." Hold! by Anti Monopoly under the control of Mrs I C. A. L 'd. ie has been gathered to his fathers, point of the several base lines of the progress or shall It be relegated to the

-- -- -- Drug !Store: and Tydings & Co. m county and in order to accommodatethe rear, is a question for Its citizens to
k don and :Mr*. F. It Gary. Other entertainments au t""l'utbich we hop Ma longtime
Miss Edith Piatf entertained a few I I greatest number of tax payers the decide. U. W. Long.
"Ocala baa > for I will follow! in the future--Stockman. Chairman of the
friends very delightfully last night. aspirations a public I i construction should begin at the ob- Board of County Commissioners -

building, and Senator r Tuliaferro Las I jective point. It is important to have Marion County Florida.
This was the second of a !series of Turpentine Operators Meet. Price for a Florida Literary prolu..1 "
introduced a bill in the senate, asking i good roads from fertile centers to the i
small evening parties that Miss Piattis The largest! meeting of the turpentine tior:. And a Cud WArm Fire on the Hearth.
for an appropriation fur its t-rectiou. % J I nearest depots, especially in the vege- I I I
giving. Both her parties this week operatorssub-avoeiatiou for this Much has appeared in the public table raising localities of thecounty.. The farmer who is out of debt, ha-j
the future by the of Senator -
have been very pleasant atfairs. I Judging past district: since iu orgauizttiou was press recently about high prices paid The assets; at hand will not permit tak- his corn in the crib, hU stock well
Tali ferro'li efforts iu behalf of
held yesterday. for literary work turned out by famous ing up that line of work at this time.
I homed and bis lard with
Mr. B. B. King late of Dunnellou, his constituents," says the Palm President F. Lang presided and Mr.. men, but the editor of the As it is reasonable and right that

has accepted a position with the Beach News, "the indications that I the people of localities who derive a flour and fresh sausage, is in a i ottion
E. P. Ttaijsrd recorded the minutes. I'imes claim the distinction of having -
Marion Hardware Company as traveling Ocala's ahbiiioud will be gratified.- I i, direct benefit from a good road Should of ereaterindrpendeneethan J. Pier
t Thiry! seven stills were representedand given the highest figure on record I :
than those who receive an
pay more
( salesman, aud will make a tour of Jasper News. ,pont Morgan, Chauncey M. Depew
.. nearly as many operators were in this section. He has recently indirect benefit. Chapter 5239 of the
--'-- John D. Rockefeller other fel-
the state in a few dajs. Mr. King is any
present. been called on to pay ut arty f 1.000I laws of Florida was enacted into law
The editor of the Democrat paid I ,
I ler. There betimes when the lot
a hustler, and with a large and well by the legisl.uure of 1903 which pro- may
received from all for
were two words
!! Reports persons only and he wrote the
the "Brick Ocala bu&i-
City, a flying :
of the farmer is full ofate and
road anx.
vides for establishing "special
selected line of goids to back'hitu up,
i engaged in the bu&inms; in this words himself-and they; had no par.tieuiar
sales for his firm. ness trip Saturday, rt-turuiug Sunday. districts as provided for in an older iety, but most of them are courentaud
we predict big section and it ascertained that
was literary merit either. But
That city is again enjoying a wave of law "for establishing special tax school very independent these cool daj l.

Mr. Thomas Bright, of Toronto, pro perity. New buildings II.regoing there was reduction of twenty per before the incident H closed! and dismissed -I districts." and which has worked well. Gainesville Hun.Christian.

cent in the output and would be still I it will cost another individuala The first mentioned law Is respectfully
winter bands and
Canada, one of our regular up, property changing I
I more the coming season. great deal more-lI1al k the prediction recommended to all vegetable growing Church.
visitor, arrived in the city yesterday advancing in price aud business! from
The of is stiff at centers, to be put in operation by them, A audience heard Rev.
price spirits now and rt'membE'rit.-Tlimpa Times. good Taylor
afternoon aud Is at the Ocala Houefor what we could see, is as good or bet as they will be the direct beneficiariesof

I;O the winter.: Owing to the sick ter than it was before the freeze. 65 cents. Boschee's'-German-----Syrup them. last night explain "True Repen

Off For I tance." The
ness of her mother, Mrs. Bright will Ocala, with the exception of Live I Homosassa. We cannot understand why anv In round numbers, the county com- sermon was concise

The following party of Atlanta gen missioners have constructed about fifty well illustrated, instructive and Inter
r' nut arrive until later in the season. Oak, is probably the most prosperous! person suffering with a cold or throat

: city in Florida.-Live Oak Democrat. tlemen, members of the Hornosasda and lung trouble will neglect to pur- miles of road out of lime rock, flint esting. One more made the good con-

&a "The nicest and pleasantest medicine ,I fishing clulf, passed through Ocala chase a bottle of German Syrup, sold rock, phosphate pebble and clay, and fession. Rev. Taylor'b subject tonight -

t;:: I have used for indigestion and John W. Pearson, of Ocala, was I )'eliterdayafternoon on their way to In all civilized parts of the world, kept them repaired as best they could. will be, "The Model Church,"
r I without a single case of Especial attention Is being given to4he
is Chamberlain: Stoma here Tuesday and Wednesday, and it and Miss Sara Whitfield will
ccnstipation Homosassa, viz: Messrs. F. M. Potts, I sing
r II I There are thousands of con roads on the clay hills and flat woods

;., ach and Liver Tablets," says .Melard is supposed that he U on the lookoutfor G. S. Lowude, F. P. Rice, George i right here in Ocala that give 'fanure'l and a conservative estimate will show that beautiful song entitled, "The

.- F. Craig, "f Middlegrove, N. Y. oil.Ir.. Pearson now has his Muse, J. C. A. Branan, Paul Pott, German Syrup the sole credit about fifty miles of that character of Model Church Services begin at

"They work like a charm and do not well down 2,000 feet and he says that Kell Potts, T. M. Armstead, John oeing alive today. Ask the AntiMonopoly roads as being so improved by addI- 715.

gripe or have any unpleasant effect*" the conditions are fully as good as he Berkle, I. S. Mitchell, H. R. Durand, Drug Store. Price 25 and tional work on scientific lines as to Domestic Troubles.It .
75 cents. 2 make them almost equal to our paved
k: For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug expected. He will probably go on a H. Y. McCord, Laurence Harrison, 8. roads. This makes a showing, in round is exceptional to find a family

Store. m thousand feet further if necessary.Mr. M. Bagley \V.: 8. Duncan Dr. A. W. Memorial Services.
numbers, of about one hundred milesof where there are no domestic rupture

Ills many-Ocala----friends-will regret. Pearson deserves credit for hav- Calhoun, Dr. Hearn and Dr. Scott Dr. W. C. Lindsay will conduct a improved roads in Marion county occasionally, but these can be lessenedby

ing the nerve to be the first to sink a Todd. These gentlemen will spend memorial service at the Presbyterian that have been constructed under the
to learn that Maj. R. A. Burford, of hating Dr. King's New Life Pills
,. well for oil in Florida.-Inverness Unmoaassa church Sunday morning at 11 o'clocKin present system of building and work-
several weeks at which is
around. Much trouble
Teun. father of HOP. they save by
Dixon Springs, ing the public roads.In .
of the late Gen. John B.
Chronicle.Mr. memory
R. A. Burford, of this city, who has I an ideal fishing location. The club obedience to a demand from a their great work in Stomach and
Gordon. There will he
special music
been a visitor here for many winters Win. Cox, the genial I has! a nicely appointed club house large ,and respectable element of tax Liver troubles. They not only relieve
and the of the
and who expected to come to Ocala tative of the Florida Meat represen-I. there and will spend the time most Confederacy I payers of the county, seven free ferries you, but cure. 25(?, at Anti-Monopoly .
Confederate Veterans
the Sons of
and maintained in
are being operated
J t this winter will perhaps not I delightfully.Marion Drug. Store and Tydings Co. IPAnn'
again of Ocala, has been in the city several -- ----- Veterans, the Ocala Rifles and the the county at an annual cost to the tax ; t

be able to do so on account of his I Gets a Good Farmer of the county of J1000, for fer-
days in the interest of his company. community at large are cordially invited payers I Age.To .
:.:> feeble health. While Maj. Burfordis Hon. Robt. F. Rogers, of Lake City, to attend the service.If rymen. flats and fixtures. I mention I the Editor of the Ocala Banner.

not sick his health is gradually He carries samples of meat raised and !I has accepted the position of manager this to show that the county commis- Please print the following and oblige one of

failing on account of advancing age. cured in Florida that is as fine and Ii of the Marion county convicts farms Unwell, sioners are reaching out to accommo- your' subscribers.
y I date all classes and conditions of tax EDITOR WoRLD-Please answer
excellent a quality as can be producedIn and will shortly move his family to Try a 50o bottle of HEKBIXE, notice '
The organ recital for the benefit of Ocala. There is not a better farmer the improvement speedily effected in payers. The class benefited by free, this: Mary is twenty-four years old;
state in the Union. With the ferries do not expect and will not receive -
I the Presbyterian organ fund will be any in your Appetite, Energy, Strength o Mary is twice as old aa Ann was when
in the state than Mr Rogers, nor one very much direct benefit from improved -
1 held In that church on the eveningof many new ice and cold storage plants and Vigor. Watch how it brightensthe Maty was as old as Ann is now. How
who knows better than he bow to I roads for years to come. The
that have been and In spirits, gives freedom from Indigestion : old'ls
Jan. 21st, instead ofF are now course Ann
Thursday, care for the convicts. The Marion and Debility! m problem to solve Is more money with-

E Friday evening, Jan. 22, as hitherto of construction, there is no reason county authorities made a wise se out additional taxation, and If possible AuswEK-Eighteen years old.

Tff- announced. This entertainment will why the farmers of this state cannot lection.-Lake City Reporter. I NOTICE.I without bonding the county. The last When Mary was eighteen years old

J y con-ist of vocal and instrumental raise and produce enough meat to legislature enacted some good laws in 1 Ann was twelve: so Mary is twice as
NOTICE.I that direction, but the donation of the
S ; I music by the very best talent of the supply the home market. This have this day, Jan. 9, 1904, Bold old as Ann was when Mary was eight-
have this day severed my connec- internal improvement lands of the I
and will be a moat enjoyable occabion. would keep the large amount of my one half interest in the Ocala teen.-New York World..
city tion with the Marion Hardware state and the $350,000 in the state I

Tickets are on sale at the money at home that is now going out Company of this city. Greenhouse toIr.. Nick Heints, he treasury for constructing good roads :

Postofflee Drug Store.: Price of admission of the state to northern and western T. W. SMITH. I assuming responsibility for all debts throughout the state, emenating from VLmILoN DTAR

Ocala Fla. Jan. H 001. and collections. CHAS. F. the sale of those lands, is neutralized
:50 and 25 cents. packers-Orlando Star. BHNIEDEK 4ton*tbo cough and healSuuf



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FOR WHOM SHOULD WE MOTET latter may be able to cut a more intelligent CANAL ACROSS THE NECK OF THE '; 1903 AID "PROSKBITV/' i I .Iraln a' gnats tot. swallow earcel,
I If In.c
Tin OCALA BANNER ( ; and that withouteboklag the public
ballot. If this privilege U PENINSULA.
Henry Waturaoa, the N...tor of I I couadance. Where shall we ends
Mr. William d. Jennings Was not denied him it will be regarded by the
The Ocala Banner is publishing; America louinalUm, write a. follow Where are lb.ol i taudard of pub
choice of this for the gubernatorial the
R SASSIS, xiito the paper voter M possessing no merit over
Home Interesting article contributed of the material progress made during Clloducund official duty, eatab

?. 7. Lsmrjosl: Sisheis Yarager.f nomination for reasons that convention system. to that paper in l&$ regarding tbe tbe 1003 but of the weakening of liahed i io the purr day of the republic -
appeared to it good and sufficient at It i1'l, therefore, tbe duty of tbe feasibility of a Florida ship canal.
the moral forces of the nation.It and which were ItO rigidly cheer?.
tbe time. But a majority of tbe dem* committee to make out a list of appoiDtmenta The articles art very interesting reading -
is an article that should arrest ed during the first half or two third
cx-ratic voters cf the state thought for the state candidate a*ancient history but time have
;f JHT changed very much since 1Sb"9; large attention: of the century of iu exUUaee':
I otherwise and finally be received the (which includes candidate for United
It t lHi steamships have taken the place of There is no questioning the fact When are any trace of the self
: unanimous vote of the convention. Htatrusenator) for at It-lilt two, threeor and
! I toe light draught sailing craft a that during the past year this country' sacrificing patriotism of Washington
Those who opposed him strongest more voting place iu each county. canal thai would have been of great
made marvelous advance in almost of JeSrrtoa*
now frankly admit that be baa madea If this duty I h left to the executive utility iu Sti9 would b,, of little commercial a or the severe economy

conservative, painstaking and wise committee. of the different countiesit i advantage now. One canal at every form of material: progress and No thoughtful or observant prn.'u

a time Brother Harris -FrmaeutoNew prosperity as well as in many depart can doubt toe weakness of the moral
and it be
executive were permittedby will be impossible for so many to
*. merits of the arts and sciences. There forces of tbe nation, the deadeningof
the constitution to be a candidatefor agree upon dates and they will inevitably -
The articles "tt an reprinting ad! : was wonderful increase in business conscience tbe toleration of
public ,
/ MOTTO: THE BASSE!., BELIEVING re-election he would have scarcely conflict with each other.
vocattd the construction of a ship and vast accumulations of wealth. official crimes and misdemeanor the
i THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO any opposition. In Florida nomination is tauta- ,
THEMSELVES HAS c:&n i-for hipi of heavy displacement .Many miles of railroad were con defiance of criminal law and
This paper at least would feel in mount to an election and the rework = open
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BABRICAE23 -and the need for such a canal: blrueUd, and the earnings of the road tbe delays and failure of thtir rn>
duty bound to support him because it of the campaign will be i
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, ts as: imperative: now as then ; the topography vastly increased. Crops were While
were forcemenL rapidly advancingin
believes be would fairly be entitled to before tbe primaries.Irotwftbstanding .
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR of the is the same
country ;
abuudaut. Manufactures were so
aag development we HID to
re-election. be
BOTTOM:, Falthf service in public as in pri presidential year we have no doubt the treat lakes still stand ready as melted that new fields were sought be as rapidly retrograding ID moral

ute life is entitled! to iU reward. I but there will be considerably more feeder for the canal, ant the waters and found iu foreign countries, baffling strength, in the noble aspirations*

). FRIDAY, JANUARY 15 1t'4. Measuring Senator Tallaferro by'' votes pulled in the primaries thaa in of Blue Spring and the Withlaeooche foreign competition and extend* people and la what Huxley calls

tbe same rule, why, be not entitledto the general election. river on the one side and Silver lug our trade on every continent of "intellectual clearness of tbe individual

1 Spring and the Ockhwaba river on the world. Mines enormously "
1 'General Miles predicts all tbe European / a election? The fate of the primary system de. yielded citizen.
;; the other continue to divide here
iu iron and coal in and silver
t countries will be drawn luto He la tbe type of a man tbat appealsmost pends largely upon the action of the gold And the man who puts his protest
: ._ the first emptying their waters into Electricity
and valuable metals. -
1 if Russia and Japan gets to strongly to the average Amen state committee. other against these vicious! tendencies, ho*.
if the Gulf of Mexico and the Utter I to and
! fighting. can voter. The members, as. far as possible, was applied new surprising ever unselfish and sincere be may b*.
f into the Atlantic Ocean.:
1 Through hU own exertion be baa should divest them-elves of blind uses.: Large cities and even rivers is ridiculed, or denounced aa a dU-
I and it
Florida wants a ship The forceful arguments used
worked himself", up from a common zeal and stubborn facUonhsm and very were tunnelled to make nev avenuesfor tempered pessimist and disordered
maybe that a little secession might by the late Col. Gary are just a.-* -
applicable travel and where there
laborer in a lo/giog camp to the be directed solely in efiarts to make trade ; dreamer. He is dubbed a narrow
hue inSuecc at Washing
profitable today as when Ley were
ton.-Co nrroner. highest office within the gift ot the the system stand for tbe purpose for first was not room above ground for the partisan, vainly railing at the rushing

T *<>plc l of his adapted fctate.Hm which it Wad created, viz: To enable written. increased movement of our products tide of "prosperity." or a reckless

In cw9eof a war between Russia and his life are The certainty of the ship canal and our peoplestrata of hidden rocks
private public the voter to become personally acquainted iconoclast seeking to pull down what

and Japan moat printing oiTLes will un"pIII.L.I with those seeking to be across Panama< but magnifies the were pierced and new lines <>: inlet others have built up.Fraud ,

have to order an extra supply of k'a, He u strictly temperate and his come "public servants' and thus tie importance for the construction of and outlet constructed. The difficul-

i's, x'!, >'8 and z'8- private business baa been euccecaful enabled to "siz them up" intellectually one across the neck of the peninsularof ties and obstructions of nature were Order

In some counties the county candi because he baa given to it hid unre so as to make no mistake at Florida.---- --- defied and overcome by the constructive The Maxim & Gay Company, turf

dates are placing their announcements witting, personal attention and a the poll-. Gathering of the Military! at St. genius of our engineer, inventors correspondent and accountant, on
December 17 were barred from the
iu the newspapers. Tne early painstaking aud intelligent direction.He In this country the ballot stands Augustine.It and mechanics. Darkness was use of tbe mail by a fraud order

', bird catches the worm. bait given to his public duties for sovereignty and to give it an intelligent id expected: that all or nearly allot turned into light aud night into day, made elective and issued from the
t .:..
the same measure of personal indus expression: should be the the commissioned officers of the even in the very bowels of the earth. office of the assistant attorney general
One of tbe great railroads of the
from try. aim of the state committee. Florida state troops will gather at St Everywhere was seen evidences of the for tbe postoffice department. A*
world will be built in China usual the woke
Without official experience he was Augustine during the week commencing restless and insatiable enterprise and postofflce department
Canton to Hankow. 600 miles, DEATH OF GENERAL GORDON. up after the horse bad got out of the
all the more ambitious to make a January 25th, the occasion energy of the American people.
i through a teeming population. stable or about sixty days later than
name in tbe august tribunal in which The nation stands today with bow. being the Smmd Annual Convention But as Prof. Huxley said in his they should Lave woke up, aa MaximA

The Woodmen of tbe World are to be found himself, and, aa in the case ed head over the bier of General of the Florida National Guard AaDelation. memorable and warning address at Gay were clever enough to secure

.,;; erect a $5,000 red granite shaft in of Governor Jennings, those who op- John B. Gordon.A ( The first convention of the Johns Hopkins University nearly considerable advertising that pub

Galveston honor of tbe twenty pose his re-eleetion l frankly admit hero in war, when the struggle this association was hiM in Jacksqn- thirty years ago, .'What are you going ushers under the circumstance caa
lost their lives not expect: : pay.t"r.-The Publisher
four Woodmen who in that he baa succeeded beyond all ended he sheathed glittering blade ville early Usr year,and the: beneficial to do with all these things? What Guide.

the 1SOO storm._ expectations in the great office to which flashed conspicuously on manya results .>. its work have been easily u to be the end to which these are the Tbe Maxim A Gay Company offer*

The space lu oar piper boar stock- which he WM elected. bloody field, and became tbe very recognized in the improvement and, mans? You are," he added, "mak I ed the Ocala Banner their very at*

in-trade and we tau not give it away, soldier bimanf in our civil struggle prince of the apostles for peace. renewal nuc. rest in the state troopa! ing a novel experiment in politics on tractive advertisement at very attractive

but we bate space for sale to candi his first effuru were in behalf of No man did more to heal the soars Tim year, in addition to the regular the grandest scale which the world figures but aa the firm bad DO
dates business oleo and other who ratio in either Dun's or Bradstre.
w the boldiera of tbe early Florida of war and unify the sections. No work outlined for the convention, the baa yet eeea. Forty millions at your
:: oulrt! .-Gainesville Hun. 'JeuciLnd: aa the advertisementitself
o.- Here is a chance for CoL "Bob" to Indian wars and their names now nun paid a more just tribute to the members will be ealled upon to play first centenary; it is reasonable to be was of doubtful character this r

spend a part of that million dollar appear for the first time on our ptn- valor] displayed by both armies in hoots to the Interstate Association, expected that at the second these paper promptly declined it. Its policy

I lion rolls. that heroic struggle.His which also convenes ia IJt:: .'Augustine biates will be occupied by two hundred is not only to protect itself but to proknit -

: The next national 1 democratic con- HU next step was to adjust the famous I lectures, "The First at tbe same time. Tbe Interstate millions of English speaking its readers also! from impositions.

: veption will tie held io the city of bt. state's claims against the United Days of the Confederacy" and "The convention will bring to Florida .rep- people, spread over an area as largeas The Fiend Snip Csnal.
Louis on the 6th of July. But who'll .' States government growing out of Last Days of the Confederacy" were resentatives from tbe National Guard that of Europa, and with climates Florid want a ship canal across

be the standard b.arer is somethingelse. said wan, which bad remained unsettled baptized with the very fire of patriotism and the adjutants-general of every aDd interests as diverse as those of her peninsula, and it would be great

There has never been a time for more than fifty years. He aud the effect while thrilling state and territory. It is also expected Spain and Scandinavia England and thing if the state would build it and
collect the tolls. It would Dot cost so
: when wise counsel .were more in went about it in a purely business produced a softening and ennobling that the secretary and a&eistant! Russia. You and your descendants
aa tbe abort Panama route, but
: demand. The man needed is one way and reached a successful settlement influence and whether delivered in secretary of war, and many prominent have to ascertain whether this great it would pay better, because more

a who will harmonize all sections and and in so doing placed in tbe Charleston or Boston received the officers of tbe army and the governors mass will hold together under tbe small ships would use It.-Birmingham

; .. bring all democrats together. state treasury more than a half million same measure of applause and stirred of several states will be present. forms of a republic and the despotic Ledger.Loss.

There is an old political: proverb dollars. every heart with deeper love of na Florida officers have been looking reality of universal suffrage; whether

t which says that an officer never dies He secured for the state larger ap tional pride. forward to this occasion for more than state rights will hold out against cen-

and never resigns but this doss not propriationi for her rivers and harbors Nature endowed General Gordon a year, and will vie with each otherin tralization without separation; of Flesh

.. bold good in Florid Judge D. E. and the erection of public build. with remarkable talents. He possessed extending a hearty welcome to the whether centralization will get the

!lttxw.tl, of the supreme court. Judge logs than was ever before accomplished a genius for war and a genius for vissting officers from other states. better without actual or disguised

I I; P. J. Bevef, of tbe first circuit, ,I in the same,period of time. oratory and he used them both to ''I The day will begivenover to convention monarchy; whether shifting corruption When you can't eat break.

I a Judge John L. Dogget, of the criminal i His efforts along other lines bave heighten his country's glory. work, but on the nights of is better than a permanent bureaucracy fast, take Scott's Emulsion. 1

t < court of Jacksonville, and Senator been quite as successful. Hi has He seemed particularly fitted for the 25 and 26 there will be a serita ; and as population thickens When you, can't eat bread

I: Arthur T. Williams of Nassau given a plain, business direction in the work that he selected and built a of social functions which have been in your great cities and the pressureof and butter take Scott'sEmulsion.

county have or will soon.tend 'r their all matters he has undertaken.He monument iu tha affections of the planned on a broad scale the wholeto want is felt, the gaunt spectre ot ,

resignations.BACKACHE. is making very strong efforts to people that will endure as long as the conclude with a big military ball pauperism will stalk among you, and : When you have

get our cotton claims adjusted, with civil war is known. on the night of the 27th. If IS understood communism and socialism will claimto been living on a milk diet and [

:' every prospect of success. Ibis will General Gordon when a young man that all railroad and steamboat be beard. Truly America baa a i want something a little more J

putmany a dollar into the pockets of was a planter in thin county and the lines in the limited States have madea great future before her-great in toil,
nourishing Scott'sEmulsion.
Is only one of many distressing symptoms men who bave become aged and people here watched his course with rate of one and
'. womanly which diseases.point If to women the presence thoroughly of infirm and to whom these just claims loving admiration. He visited! our the round trip to officers acid ladies in true glory if she be guided in wisdomand .

understood the relation of the local wom will indeed be a boon. city several times in his mature their party who attend this conven righteousness; great in shame It To get fat you must eat

anly would health understand to the that general health they He"bas recently introduced a bill years and charmed our people with tion. The officers of the Florida she fail I :cannot understand why fat Scott's Emulsion is a 1.'

!_ backache headache for the construction of a ship canal his splendid personality and his death state troops stationed id this city are other nations should envy you, or fail great fattener
nervousness, sideache a great
dizziness, faintness and across this state and it la believed is mourned by them 'IS a personalloss expected to be present. to see that it is for the highest inter- ,

similar feminine ail o: that be will be able to bring to the and a national calamity. ests of mankind that you should suc- strength giver.
ments, cannot be cured 1' One Million\ te Become Governor of
'1 of the The of the beloved Those who
body Chieftainwill have
until the womanly } support measure influence ceed; but the one condition of success lost flesh
health is established. r enough to it. leave Miami today on Mr. Flag. Florida.A .
pass want
sole is the moral increase all
Dr. Pierce's Favorite ler's special car which he has placedat statement was made yesterdayby ; your body
Prescription cures diseases There is absolutely no just reason worth and intellectual clearness of tissues
peculiar to wom- why he should not be returned to the the disposal of the family. Tbe one of the gubernatorial candidates not only fat Scott's
enit establishes reg. car will reach Jacksonville tonight that Cu!. Bob Davis bad ODe i the individual citizen. Emulsion increases them all
ularity dries the drains United States senate. He has faiily where it will be met at the station by These are the words of a philosopher ,

which weaken women won his way to a reelection.We an immense throng of people and ex. million dollars to spend to make' bone, flesh, blood and
and and feel
heals inflammation and sage, we we cannot
pressious of their and himself j governor of Florida.
have the utmost confidence in great grief deep
ulceration and cures> nerve.
them too often. have
t' female weakness. In sorrow will be shown. Cot "Bob" extremely friendly to quote They a
the patriotism fairness and wisdomof
; curing these local diseases the The United Daughters of the Con- the newspapers so there are uricbpickings" special import. and emphasis at this For invalids, for con-
the ailments democratic voters of Florida
it cures federacy will send several wreaths to time, in our feverish rush for supremacy valescents
ahead !
, cause; backache headache and so confidently predict the reelection Atlanta for the funeral, and it Is prob. and in the ml st of our new consumptives-

- sideache dizziness of James P. Taliaferro. able tbat there will be a great many After tbe primaries: the average and untried for weak children, for all

t faintness, nervousness choice floral decorations, offering Florida editor will be riding In rubber exploits'abroad.. Are we who

and other ills IUTY OF THE STATE COMMITTEE. from Florida, to be placed on the tired carriages and automobiles. evincing "the moral worth and intellectual need flesh, Scott'sEmulsion
peculiarly feminine.
"I wrote you for advice bier as it passes on its way to Geor and will not care whether John Pear. i clearness" which he warnsus is a rich and comfortable .

February th 1896." writes Hon. A. T. Williams chairman gia's capital. to keep in view as assentia
Mr*. I.oma Hal.tea d.. of of eon strikes oil or not. ever food and a natural
CUrcmorc, Cherokee Nat., Most elaborate
Ind. Ter. "I was racking with pain from the the state executive committee, has arrangements are The political skie in Florida for to success, or are we abandoning the tonic.
beck of my head down to my heels Had hemor being made by the people of Georgia
rhage for weeks at a time,and was unable to sit called a meeting of the committee to receive the remains of Gen. Gordon the next few months are simply going I old and homely standards of civic
up for ten minute at a time. You answered my Scott's Emulsion for bone
letter,advised me to UK)our valuable medicines for January 22 in Jacksonville at the a* they pass from Florida into tbat to rain down dollars. virtue and patriotic devotion and ,
vas., Dr. Pierce Favorite rrescnplion. 'Golden
Medical: Discovery/ and Pleasant Pellets' also I Everett hotel. state, and it is more than probablethat yielding servilely to the swelling tide flesh blood and nerve.
advice about ,baths and d>cl. To
gave my surprise,in four injections mouths from the time I be- As we have consistently advocated when the train bearing the remains last Liniment on Earth. of a coarse and demoralizing mate-
nn your treatment i was a wen woman and reaches Atlanta there will be D. Baldwin We will send
a Supt.
Henry City youa
Have not had the backache since, and now I put the primary system for the nomina rialism?
in sixteen hours a day at bard work number of military escorts. In all of Water Works, Shullaburg. Wis., free sample.
Weak and sick women are invited to tion of candidates seeking public It will be remembered that
the Georgia towns a scan-
through which tbe writes; "I have tried many kinds Be sun that this picture
1 1 dress consult Dr.Dr.R. V Pierce, Pierce by Buffalo letter {ru..od N. Y. office we may be allowed the courtesy remains are to pass there will be tributes liniment, but have never received dal and much criticism were provoked iathcforaorahiwlii .* 4.

; \: The Common Sense Medical Adviser of making certain suggestions to the paid to the memory of the much benefit until I used Ballard's a few years ago when secretary ot of tI&Emulsiola""appu"tbtltt&
JooS pages, is given away. Send 21 one- committee. illustrious dead. The train will be Snow Liniment for rheumatism and yen .
cent the of mailing only the Treasury, John Sherman, had a
stamps expense met at every station by hundreds, pains. I think it the best linimenton SCOTT & BOWNE
{or the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps I The prime object of the primary government, carpenter detailed to
.,., lot the volume bound in cloth. Address who will attest the high esteem in earth." 25c, oOc and $1 bottle at aiEMHTJ,
f" Dtc R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. 1';. ] system we take it is to bring the candidate I which General Gordon was held Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Ty. work on his private residence. But 409 Pearl St.. N. Y. V'

jj-,..' and the voter together so the throughout the south. dings &Co.- m we are progressing., We 'no longer SOc and $t. ui tbuUllb!

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. : r/ exchanged it is impossioie tor the TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.The I -
WOMEN I United States to claim the right of

sending consuls to Mukden and An- funeral services over the bodyof EVERY PAIL

TALKS OF SITUATION tung. The ratification of the treaty Theo. D. Kline, late general manajsr OF COTTOLENEis ,
; between Japan and China was exchanged of the Central of Georgia railway I
securely sealed. There's no chance
Much That Every Woman at the foreign office here yes will be held In Anniston, Ala. for the product to absorb the odor of things

Communication to British terday. A special agent brought the1apanese Senator Scott, of the senate coTn- that surround it in the grocery store, such as codfish -

copy from ToKio! The Chi. mittee on military affairs, has submit kerosene and soap. Lard, on the contrary, usually
Desires to Know Foreign Office. nese officials asked for the delay of ted in executive session of the senate. comes in bulk and is subject to all these odors. Stopto
think of this and you'll never use another pound of lard
a day to arrange some details but review of
[, a the evidence introduced
JAPAN URGES NEUTRALITY. the Japanese minister refused to before the committee in the hearingon (I' in your home. MUT era feat *. smr.taaottoleije

agree to any delay. This haste is the nomination of s
Brigadier Gener j
About Sanative Antiseptic Upon China In Event of War, So At considered significant. al Wood to be a major general. I ;

To Minimize Disturbance of Trade. According to the latest reports here I Y
Bids for the Philippine friar lands 't! artBwW-lteTwtt f
Cleansing Russia proposes to concede to Japan
Baron Hayashi' View Concerning oonds have been opened at Washington.
no higher status in Manchuria than Cottolene! comes in three sizes of pails: small,medium,large-branded
to,. .' Treaty Rights In Manchuria. Is involved in the formal confirmationof Harvey Piske & Sons, offerto as shown here-the pail in white with red label and band. In the canter ,
take the entire issue of 7,000,00' steer's head in cotton plant! wreath.
label is
" : And about the Care of the Skin London, Jan. 13.: -Baron Hayashi, similar her treaty reports rights from, thus various confirming sources at 107.377. I of All the good grocers our sell Cottolene-tha perfect shortening.

Hair and Hands the Japanese minister to Great Britain The members of the national Democratic i > !
published in Europe and the United
: said today that he had communicated States. committee are gathering in I i
r _
to the British foreign office the Washington to name the time and I

Too much Btress cannot be placed on action of Japan in urging Chinese RATHER STRANGE STORY place for- the national convention.Mr. .

the great value of Cutlcura Soap, Ointment neutrality. Bryan says that his trip abroad
The minister added that the words has convinced him that the United eo'i
and Resolvent In the antiseptic Death of Prominent New Yorker Recalls
"promptly resort to arms," used in the States ought to provide permanent :
cleansing of the mucous surfaces, and Romantic Affair. It!
London Times' dispatch from Pekin "homes for its ambassadors.in .
of the blood and circulating fluids,thus New York, Jan. 13.-John L. Living
today appears to be a mistake, whichhe a speech at New Haven last
affording pare, sweet and economical stone. whose death has just been announced 4 1
attributes to mistranslation by the night William J. Bryan stated that
local and constitutional treatment for here was a member of a
Chinese officials. the Democrats ought to make
a con
prominent New York family says a
weakening ulcerations, Inflammations .
"What we have done said the min science campaign.Six .
Paris dispatch to The American.
itching, irritations, relaxations, displacements "Is to neutrality upon China
ester, urge Exactly three years ago his sister men were killed and tour others
,pains and irregularities peculiar in the event of war so as to mini- Maria died (n. a hospital at Neuillyand injured perhaps fatally in a boiler d

to females. Hence the Cuticura he had been in the French capital explosion in a saw mill at Hicks Lake, ,
remedies have a wonderful influence in t
during two years past endeavoring, Mich.
restoring health, strength and beautyto on the part pf himself and two brothers Former Governor Bushnell was :lo BADE hAq

weary women, who have been prematurely u.- -0 to secure possession of her estate. stricken with apoplexy while In his 4

aged and invalided by these The sister was a mystery to Parisians carnage. There Is little hope of his

distressing ailments, as well as such rat;: for _O years prior to fier death. recovery. ''OlE50yE E601 flMitAt ,

sympathetic afflictions as an mia, chlo 1r Sne dressed fantastically and was Former Governor John Young 3

rosis,hysteria and nervousness. $Fv I possessed of many eccentricities. She Brown of Kentucky is dead at his -ft.

Women from the very first have fully continually called at the consulate or at Henderson. '
t appreciated the purity and sweetness, W. Machen and others indicted ,
at the I legation!: at Paris with com- August:
the power to afford immediate relief, I S- 4
for postal frauds, are on triala
about her
i plaints: neighbors and met f
the certainty of speedy and permanent
cure, the absolute safety and great and fell in love with a clerk at the Washington.
economy which have made the Cuticuraremedies consulate.: : On one visit she drew $10. Senator Cullom has introduced a I

the standard humour remedied \, 000 from her pocket and offered it to bill providing for a national arbitration I. JI
of the civilized world. ;
him as an indication of her regard. tribunal.
Millions of women use Cuticnra Soap
Later she sat for hours outside the Because King Peter of Servia has
assisted by Cutlcura Ointment for preserving
taken no pledge to punish the assassins 1
purifying and beautifying: .the consulate for a glimpse of the fleck,
'a skin, for cleansing: the scalp of crusts, although she was 80 years old. of Alexander and Draga leading
scales and dandruff and the stopping of powers have withdrawn their ministers j

falling hair, for softening, whiteningand SOUTHERN VICTIM OF STEAL. from Belgrade.
soothing red,rough and sore hands: Whitaker Wright the English promoter
for annoying irritations and ulcerative J
weaknesses, and for many sanative,antiseptic Brasses: to Amount of $75,000 Stolen is on trial in London, charged ..,
purposes which readily suggest From System. with collossal swindling. Wrightwas

themselves as well as for all the pur- Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 13.-A statement arrested in the United States. J. F. EDWARDS' i

poses of the toilet, bath and nursery.sotdthteigboutlb.vodd. 1ARO.V HAYASRL was made that Auditor Plant The British have defeated the Madlullah's

Cho.>UuCMU4 Pilli.lBe.MfTuluLiMiiin.. CainmK.aolTtiil.S ar But>OiaI-e.latraof mlze the disturbance of trade, avoio of the Southern Railway after an investigation forces. One thousand of

oat We.....A p KM.ita.. ftiz i Bocton.,IT 19 OhirUrhom.Ftni. 'nmhm'aw internal disorders in China, guard forelgneu of 'some weeks, had made the fanatics were killed. BIG WHISKEY HOUSE!;: I
:: .ci... ....
.P-..IIUurM i Book lor Corp.WOJMO..1'roprielGre." resident in the interior and to a discovery that the Southern rail- There were no delevopments in the ,

-- _.. avoid unnecessary complications of way had been the victim of an alleged Far eastern situation yesterday which Gainesville and Ocala. Fla. 9

China's:: finances and for the purpose scheme whereby th e companyhas remains critical I 0

Woman Masqueraded as Man. of limiting so far as possible. the been defrauded out of sums be- .-, I i

s, liaise Idaho. Jan 13.-A remarkable theater of war, should war result."I tween $25,000 and 75000.) The many friends of G. H Htusan' O ', 0,1
case of a woman masquerading asa have not yet received any ffilima- No definite statements are made engineer L. E. & \V. R. R., at present d I I -"

man has been discovered at Rock. tion as to what action my government by officials of the system but It is ; living in Lima, 0., will be pleased to ''' I II c + 1

rJle. In the western part of the staten intends to take or what is the resultof learned that the alleged irregularitieswere [ know of his recovery from threatened N oM I 2i i
the deliberations of the elder states in equipment brasses which left all 033
ar the Oregon line. A few days kidney disease. He writes: "I was T
men." the shops in this district and which ;:__ &: JJ ;
ago Joe Monoghan, a well known cow. '
cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure,, 4 bm ,
Baron Ilayashi's view of the Rus 'it is claimed, are not accounted for. I -
boy died suddenly Succor creek Se
I recommend to all :
which especially
I ; :: i i
to rights t
sian circular referring treaty No official now connected with the
In Oregon. When the body was being ? -
I I J.
la Manchuria is that it Is contradic railway is held In anyway responsible.it : trainmen, who are usually similarly
prepared for burial It was found: 35 :.
.; similarly afflicted" Postoffioe Drug: i [ i
tory. is further learned that on Satur-
was a woman. She had 30-5 I
fe the ranges of eastern Oregon "No treaty rlghts.the minister day last the Southern railway was Store. m ;I a- -.. 0 11

says "can be of any real good, unless reimbursed to the amount of $23,000. .... 1 .. -
lor twenty-five years and was well BANKER O'NEAL DIES
Russia recognizes China's sovereignty -- I .
known as an expert faithful untiring
in Manchuria. By this last C3o .. .
cowboy. She was about 54 I
declaration Russia appears to do this, MILLER OUT FOR SENATE. Came Into Prominence Through the
s years old and had served on juries Swayne Case. FA HO US .\XllEUSEUaBUscn BEER -I
but at the same time she persistently (
and voted at all elections. '
refuses Japan's demand for a for Former Representative of Muscogee Pensacola, Fla., Jan. 13.-W. C. : !

mal recognition thereof. That is the County Announces Candidacy. O'Neal, president of the American Na- FINE WINES WHI: KIESand BRANDIES. i

Given Their Walking Papers. issue tional bank of this city died here My 13oo Ryeor Bourbon at.._ _..-_J1.75))My U ao Gia at-.-,,.......,- ,_ ? ,, .
which such -
point on a grave Columbus Ca., Jan. 13.-Hon B. S. My 2.50 --....- 2ooiMy I :ioo North Carolina Corn at. .. .'
Victor, Col., Jan. 13.-John Kish, hangs. Miller of heart trouble after a brief Illness My ii ........_...... 2.56 My 2.50" .. M't.DDew.Core ., 2.00 t
announces that he will be a .. .. ?
S T T. Thomas, F. E. Sargent and C. O'Neal became known over the My Too __'M_-3.oEMy 1 : 3.00" 1M
candidate for the state senate from Myi.ooGlnat''"....H.__ _M_ 1.75 My 4AO.' : I.. :I
1:. Jones have been escorted outside Washington, Jan. 13.-The follow. the twenty-fourth district, composed. south for his alleged connection with My .._ a.ou'' 31y
the county limits by order of the military ing announcement has been postedat of the counties of Muscogee, Marion the recent sensational Swayne impeachment Tii Jug and( Keg Trade Made a Special Featur. 1.
The first named is -
authorities. the state department: and Ghattahoochee. It was reportedat proceedings. In lending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of j oga. Half-f alloa Jan, I
alleged to be an agitator and the last "The Russian ambassador called 'lal1ol1jug,15c;', -gaUonjug.25c3-ga1loajuf,35C; k &s.Sl.
one time that he would be candi-
a I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house In Flerida.becatue give good.a
with Idle
three are charged living yesterday the secretary of state
upon date for solicitor general <*T the Chat- A Life at Stake. etgoodsandfull measure.
lives. This is the first deportationby and conveyed to him the assurance of A trial order wiltconTtaceyou thafwetrethepeoole." Ttrmicash withtheorder.Vours.anxiou.tople.e. .
tahoochee circuit, but he has decidedto .
the military in this county. his government that the Russian authorities stand for the state senate.Ir.. If you but knew the splendid meritof J. p. EDWARD

x Congressman would place no obstacles in Miller has represented Muscogee in Foley's Honey and Tar you would

Ex- Sentenced. the way of the full enjoyment b"y the the house four years and has been never be without it. A dose or two

New York J n. H.-ExCongressman powers having treaties with China or prominent and active in legislativework. will prevent an attack of pneumoniaor

Edmund E. Driggs, of Brooklyn, I all the rigMs and privileges guaranteed la grippe. I*/ may have your life.

was today sentenced to Imprisonment by such treaties in Manchuria. Hon. A. A. Carson's name has been Postofliee Drug Store. m

for one day in Raymond street jai! I mentioned in connection with the race -=
a and to pay a fine of J7.000. Driggs DEVELOPMENTS AWAITED. for the state senate. When seen he

3 was convicted of accepting money declined to say whether or not he BRANCH'S Biliousness

while a congressman-elect for securIng Final Conference Before Throne to Decide would be a candidate. Makes'Chronic

a government contract for the Upon Response. Judge A. W. Cozart who have been Genuine Rattlesnake W Invalids.

purchase of automatic cashiers trom Tokio, Jan. 13.-The final conference "
regarded as
a possible candidate for
When the liver ia torpid,and fail to do ita vrort.
the Brandt-Dent company for the post before the throne to decide up.on the senate, said that he would not run
WATERMELON SEED. the bile eaten the blood u a virulent poiaon. Them
office department.Frank the response to Russia began atE but would devote all of his time to his I i cornea constipation, bUiOUID"k beadacbe, fever

o'clock this afternoon.It law practice. Only Pure Strain In the United States
W. Mack III. and malaria. The only treatment that give a the Bier juat \
attended by all the membersof
Windsor, Vt.. Jan. 13.-Prank W.Mack was Death Roll Still Grows. I the right touch aDd taN Nature's work in the right
of the the cabinet five of the elder states Carefully selected. Kept pure 35 years. No
formerly superintendent Chicago Jan. 11.-The Iroquois other variety grown on plantation ol 1500 acres: maaner
eastern division of The Associated men, Admirals Ito and Injuin, and death roll continues to grow. Mrs.C. Pure seed impossible where different varietiesare

Press, is ill at the Windsor hotel here General Kodama. Previous to the A. Roll died today. This make grown. [ON'S LIVER PILLS
of his > conference Admiral Yafamoto, representing i oi., 150; a oz.,25;K Ib,4oc; 'X Ib,65; ; rib $i.ts; ,
and physicians give no hope re 569 deaths.
Delivered i
Katsura 10 Ibs,Jio-
Premier who Is indisposed
Mr. Mack came here to deliver ,
covery.a lecture last week and on : had a private audience with Matthews, Under Indictment, Found Culture.Send for" lOCo Seed Remit AnnuaL by "Manual registered on letter Melon or K\ pin touches the liver, and. the peueu tone the

Thursday he was the victim of a hemorrhage the emperor. Foreign Minister KO' Dead In an Atlanta Hotel. money -
mura and Marquis Ito also conferred Atlanta Jan. 13.-W. A. Matthews. order.M.
His condition di"3 not improve I. BRANCH, 25 doses for$clap coat 25 cents and un-

and Mrs. Mack was summoned. privately.The a well known young man of Atlanta Columbia Co. Benelia, Ga] leaa your case is exceedingly bad, you
formal conference before tha was found dead in the Jackson hotel
Since Sunday Mr. Mack has weakened will be veil before you finish them.>
gradually and today the doctors aban throne was of long duration and its allis morning. Sample free. For sale at

result Is unknown. It is said, however Suicide is suspected, as a bottle of L-I all dealer
doned hope. .r
that the response which was morphine was found In his pocketMr. SFet

BANK CASHIER SUICIDES.Shot drafted yesterday, was approved, and Matthews was an insurance soliciting
that it will soon be delivered to Baron agent and had been in Atlanta 1 1Q

Himself In Head Inflicting a de Rosen the Russian minister. some time. Previous to this

This answer of. Japan is regardedas he resided In New York where he J
Fatal Wound.
dispatch to the the final step in the negotiAtions. went after becoming involved In POST OFFICE DRUG: STORE OC7ALAFLA. ,
Chicago, Jan. 13.-A public interest in the outcome is at money matters here.
Iowa -....,
Record-Herald from Sigourney fever heat, and developments are anxiously He was under indictment by the

says: awaited. grand jury for embezzlement of |10-

Fearing that his bank could not 000. He was at one time connected Brick

t } meet. the cash demands of creditors UNITED STATES AND JAPAN. with the Piedmont Loan and Bank. LOTT W. JOHNSON
of the SI ,
0. P. Witterback., cashier
: ing company. After being indicted Lime
rr Savings bank, has shot him Commercial -Dealer inPROPRIETOR--- r.
gourney Their Rights Under New 'Mr. :Matthews: was arrested and the

self in the head, Inflicting a fatal Treaty Regarding Manchuria. [ first night In the Tower he attemptedto Hair

wound.To guide the bullet surely be fired and Pekin Japan Jan.are 13.strenuously-Tne United endeavoring States I take his.life--with morphine. Cement HW[ AND SECOND[C HAND} MACHlH[ y'

.. through a short gas pipe, one end to establish their rights in Manchuria Precaution Against Panic.

of which he held against Ms temple. under the new commercial:! New York, Jan. 13.simple but ROLLS FROM Only the bes Laths OF--

The bank Is in no danger, having treaties before war breaks out most efficient method of quickly emp- OUR OVEN material goes THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.

_..' good paper to meet every demand. The ratifications of the American tying theaters and preventing panics into the oven and And

treaty were to have been exchanged in case of fire has been invented bya only the Locomotives Fer Sale and Lease. I

.. Directors Pass Resolutions. Washington, but with the view oljbvutms prominent theatrical manager of BEST BREAD Shingles.Offica Second Hand Rail Bought and Sold.

Savannah, Ga., Jan. 13.-The guar ; the delay involved in mailIng this city. It is: proposed to careful rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and I
terly meeting of the board of direct the Chinese copy to "Washington, ly survey the house and then to -- One 72x16 ft nieh prepare! return tubular boiler one
railway wholesome. A few slices buttered is a 25: horse Economic boiler, on" 100 horse
.'- tors of the Central of Georiga Minister Conger is urging the government print coupons retained by seat holders power power
meal in itself and almost &8 nutritious Ball Automatic engine, one 10x24 Tolbert engiue, oat
has been held. Resolutions to send a telegraphic copy and notices reading: "In case of dan ud Shops York 12il6 Erie
&3 meat. 14x16 New Safety engine, one City
touching the death of General Manager to authorize the Chinese minister at ger, your nearest exit is No. -, on Orders for Bread, etc., can be more near engine one 6x24 Frank Planer, one 30 ton Baldwin locomotive

Theo. D. Kline were adopted Washington to make the necessary your right or left. Please leave atisfactorily filled byBENOS' and a lot of other boilers aad engines and

.1 After the meeting the directors west exchanges therewith. It is believed the house by this exit at the end of S. A, L, FreightDepot. other machinery on hand.

4 to the home cf Joseph Hull and there are precedents for such a pro the performance." BAKERY LAKE CITY JFLOIllD.lTJ.lE

Tiewed the reo bs of Mr. Kli e.t ceeding.\ Until the ratifications are 1

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....... ................ against the turpentine interest that COURTESY IN THE HOME. I''I THE IROQUfclS HORROR. .1:"".,

I' POLITICAL CHIPSFROM finally led to the passage of tile occupation 'Bowser's Night Off it I* E..eatial to Ilapplaei* Ia the Detectives Obtaining To BUsed .

: tax, imposing a license on Family Circle. Great Case.

J .: every still in Florida, a piece of 1t'ZilU There' \a no place where there Iarreater Chicago Jan. 14.-Evidence to b*
need of true refln : THE STATE PRESS. : lotion that is palpably unjust and used against any persona held to the
where it will be more
Courtesy or the
obtained at
i SNI.NNNNNNIN.NN: discriminating. We do not believe t He Differs With His Wife Concerning How He greatly appreciated than in the home Iroquois grand jury theater has been by three detectives

Editor Frank Wai pole has ceased tbat Mr. McNamee will secure tbe Returned to His Home-Was Invited to the Club. we circle.see Yet an entire in how lack many of households It. do of the state attorney's office.

vote of the turpentine in his Eight doors and pieces of drapery-
men The Next
firing on Governor Jennings. Shot at Morning He Felt Depressed and The husband comes in tired and surly

such long range r ad little etf ct.,1 .- district.-Industrial Record. Lor\esorr.e, but Irs.; B. Knew the Symptoms hurries down his meal gives the hauled were removed to the criminal from the court ruins building and
cat a kick and departs
Tampa Tribune. N.. Most of the doors bore evidence of
kind word or gracious act to any one.
: .... Judge G. A. Hanson recently abdicated The children are noisy and quarrel- I I having been locked. They are burned
Copyright.. 19C2 l-j t' D. Lewis) "Tes: your condition last night accounts I number '
the editorial chair of the Braid I some. The mother, tired and nervous, on but one side and in >jI
Notwithstanding Mr. Olo y's speech THINK"sU: i ; Mr::. r.o\\S'r:18 lif for your depressed; spirits to- forced
words Instances the were opeaand
has only sharp, recriminating
at that dinner, it is quite evident Mr. entown Herald, )eeau-e of bis belief .I rose from t.i-! tliml'r table. "I I day. It is not going to storm. Mr. for her husband the children and the the locks broken. .

that the intended J. think! I'll jn:>t look in en tb Cleveland nap dropped the asbestos paper to support servant Tbe whole atmosphere appears The door where so many bodle-
club this evening.; I haven'tbeen weather for the next: three or tour daysto .
X C. Stockton for with the quintessence found Is the of ei
United States sen- surcharged very were among pieces
his Candida! for aror.rd for time
rurtalnupon y presi a long and two come.
of disturbing and disheartening Idence seized. Another of e<'
dent-Tampa Tribune. a tor. But a few days after the retirement or three of the members were !speaking' My condition last night? By the
elements.Let I idence is the drapery tbat conceal ian
to me today about it. I don't suppose great horn spoon. but you must have
rl .... Judge Hanson from the tripod a visitor come in to make a I exit on the first floor. Neitherthe
you hiue any objt-ctions.i Lave you? lost your sensi s. Do you mean to say I
+-. I James E.: Broome's friends feel perfectly tbe Herald came out squarely "Not in the least" replied Mrs. Bow that I came home drunk?" neighborly call however and how door or the drapery was burned
.!jf, easy about their favorite. Mr. and vigorously for tbe re-election of ser. "As you say. you haven't been "Xo. not exactly drunk. I believe quickly everything is changed. Both
husband and wife welcome him with
there for a Ions time. you men folks use a term called swJzzled. Labor Troubles Settled.
Broome makes friends wherever he of
James P. Taliaferro. In the sweetest of smiles and courtesy.
"There may be a little speaking, as don't you? You were not drunk. Salt Lake, Utah Jan. 14.-The labor
: goes, and goes most everywhere. pursuance of the logic of events,gays tome( prominent man from Chicago is but swizzled. I had to help you up- When the visitor. departs, he is bowed I troubles in the coal fields of Carbon
out with the most charming grace and
_. Gainesville Star. the Tampa Tribune, it would now. be to be there, and it is quite likely I'll be stairs. I started to undress you. but county have been practically tettleiifollowing
in silver tones invited to call again.
f called upon. If so"- you cried out. 'G'way fm me or I'll a conference between reprbentatives >-
N.. quite the proper thing for Judge Han This is eminently right and proper,
"You will decline of course." knocker blamed head olr!And 1 went of the Utah Fuel companyand
Now that Unele Wilk baa announced son to be reinstated on the staff of the but why should not the same consideration >
"Why should I declineV""Because away. the strikers. By the terms n{

ed himself a candidate"there will be Hereld/!thns carrying out the doctrineof the only speech you hare Is "Wo-woman you are crazy." gaspedMr. bound to prevail each other among by those ties of.who family are I. an agreement' satisfactory to both

:', urazondiying in the.air." Talk about the "survival of the fittest."-Jacksonville something about the labor question. Bowser! who was so weak In the rel:1tionship-"our own whom we lovebestr the company agrees to lease for a period
I and that won't be exactly::: the thing to knees that he bad to sit down. of six months all of the 6o
pepper-boulI, they won't be in it.- Metropolis. Why should not the wife the
"You did manage to get your coat child, the servant whom you meet every houses erected by the miners on the

Florida Index. NN off. I believe," sbe placidly continued day in the most Intimate relations company's property, paying thereforthe

N.. Our contemporary is right, however, ''I' "but that tired you out and when youawoke -why should they not, I ask be lump sum of 75000. Tnleu*-
i of ( this: uiorning you* were tnrpriieu vouchsafed well moved at the end of six months th'
It is the patriotic duty every in characterizing the Journal &s an sLl.J' some courtesy as as
who .t to find that you had slept In the guest who calls for a brief hour? houses become the property of thj
voter to chose the men for office advocate of William Randolph Hearst jonr hat and sloes and most of your "
"Charity begins at home, we are company. The fight for union recognition
good and true and capable. It he for president Mr. Hearst i-Iotliing.. :'
are is one oftbe told and I think courtesy should too. will be continued indefinitely
1-1 slept in Ill hat did: I?" mtir-
dots that he does his whole duty.- most powerful friends which the ) No one. be he man or woman can
tuir"d Mr. Bowsr. stand weeks and continual SUITS NST" CHICAGO.
Jacksonville Floridian. isthmian canal has ever possessed and "V.s..IL'd several times before morning years
fault finding or habitual discourtesy. F
NN we trust tbat Florida, together with you also talked through:: your bat. You bow to your next door neighbor Theater Managers Want Damage for

: The Tampa Herald don't believe the whole south, to which section the I believe you men folks make use of when you meet her in the street anc* Closing Their Houses.

) such expression: don't you? When you give her a kind or cordial word Why Chicago, Jan. 14.-The RecordHeraId
that "Bob" Davis will get a majority great waterway will mean so much, awoke and realized the situ.ition you
; not be respectful to members of your says today:
of the Hillsborough county vote. The will give due consideration to his J' i thougut" I hail been trying to be fun own family? Try it You will find Suits against the city of Chicago for

: Herald is not fully acquainted with position on this matter when the votes ny. I, you will be happier for it Your home financial losses caused by the order

,' qualities. /J4zJ&.11r "Mrs.: Bowser you-you didn't geta will become an ideal one, and everyone which Building Coramhwlontr Wit
the next running
governor's far a presidential uomiuee
are cast in telegram that your mother was will be influenced to the
good by Hams issued Jan. 1, cloainerery thet
-St. Augustine Record. the next national con vention.-P D8a- c t dead?" light which will radiate from it-Pitts- ter in the city, will be Ironght by e

.... cola Journal. "Oli.: no: Mother is enjoying splendid burg Press. many of the managers and owner of

The democratic party may need .... health. Nothing bas happened to plays whose engagements were bookedin

both an issue:: and a man, as some The business: end of politics is making sutiiU'uly Bowser." dethrone my reason Mr. THE JIM ON WEED. Chicago during the last two week

lepublicans assert; but even this is its appearance, and several of the "But you are a great hand to dream Probably a Legacy to l". Frog loath Since all of the managers are nonresidents
the cases will be taken I"L
sometimes better than the predicament leading papers of the state are telling vivid dn-nois. Your dreams sire some- America or A.ia. fore the federal courts. The brief-
tiues: so realistic that you scream out Once upon a time the name of James-
the republician party finds the candidate how to get their names of the plaintiffs will be based on tw>
"THE8K Hit BE A LITTLE BFliKINO. and wake me up. town must have been very sharply
i itself in-with both an issue and a before the public and what it will cost "Yi. I know. but 1 don't get; out of shortened. Within the memory of documents, which are ordinance
get off at a club. You wail! respectfully against places of atcusesrat: emtlnc
ihatil would like to rid of.- to do so. Here is the way the Pensa- bed and go downstairs and find you many people now living James wa
man get decline, of course, on account of a sore $300, and which has in BO case iwen
on 1lt'stls. It doesn't take me twen- pronounced "Jeetus; in fact, we believe -
Times. cola Journal puts it to them: "Now throat. revoked !>y the auhontiea sad V *
Tampa ry unutcs to get you upstairs and that that was the accepted pronunciation
*... that the campaign ball has:: opened [ He growled around for a time and you ioa't kick! over chairs and yell out of our Virginian forefa other certificates of iospectioB b> u*

No American has ever been more and candidates will be making their :said\ something about passing the even- that you cut! lick the whole police thers. But "Jim'1 must have been the fire department wbidi hAngs. fra m.*'
ing in a saloon, but finally dressed near the main .ntrJM of ttt. downP
Tone. It is no use to deny facts Mr. diminutive of "..Teems PS well as of *
highly honoied in Europe than Colonel formal announcements, the Journal. himself and departed saying that he theaters
Bowser. You say it was half past 10 James; at least we judge so because town and which states nvt

Bryan. He will go down in takes this opportunity of saying that might not be back for a month. That 9 clock?" what is popularly known as "the jimson the signature of Fire aarial) MII"'I

history as one (,f Ana rica's greatest the announcements published: iu this:: was at 9 o'clock In the evening. The !'i! sake my life on it!" weed" really is the Jamestown aia that the house is certified to be
next he
knew Mrs.
thing Bowser
was ",\nd yet I looked at your watch. weed. s.te a? to the fire prot@CUoa.
men. If he isn't a statesman then we paper will bt. ;$:;10 cash in advance. waking him np. and it was 8 o'clock "
an.l it had stopped at 9:40. Nor is there any reason to suppose ---- -

have never had any.-Jacksonville From considerable experience in this next morning. lIe got up slowly out of Mr Bowser: simply sat and glared at that this contraction was made jeeringly Strike Is Sereedfog.
bed. yawning and stretching/ and observed New York, Jan. 14.-The 'strlk
More utworknn
her wih or sneeringly. It
Floridian. respect the: Journal has found that a : open mouth. probably
: "I'm not complaining.; she quietly grew: tnto use "j !'s so." and we find employed; IB the harbor in irprfading
.... campaign: account is collected much I "I believe we are going to have: an continued. "It Isn't such a dreadful tntt'lIiJentmcril.lllS to whom it has cables the 811811d8 Ayr.-f.V -

The man who opposes the reelection easier in advance than after it has awful sturm by tomorrow. I fret lonesome thin for a husband to go to a club: never occurred that there is any connection correspondent of The Herald! can

ut Senator Taliaferro is certainlyopptstdtotne teen made, and for this campaign the and depressed this morning, and 'nod come home swizzled and go to bcd whatever between Jamestown I drivers have given their pledge to
I ache as if I was coming down with \rth: his' clothes on. I expect that nine and Jiuxon. All the same the authorities join the movement out of sympathy
' best interests of Flor easier method will be rule. It rheumatism."
that "Jimson" is Bakers and railway
out of teu rIo it; only they shouldn't"rt say employee threatento
ida. That he bus accomplished moreI doesn't make any difference who yon .y--s." replied Mrs. Dowser with- : up[ next morning and lay it all on the name of the place where the I do likewise. The minister of the

good work for this state than any are, where you are. or when your announcement out raising her eyes. tteir wive:>. you know." English made their first permanent set- interior has made tentative oropoaal
"I suppose: you are tickled half to There was silence for the next two tlement in what \is now the United to arbitrate but without remit See F

other representative we have ever comes in, the cash must death all over that little joke you minutessilence! so thick that it could! States and where the Old Dominion eral companies of cavalry are HU

had no hontfat well-pu.ted man can accompany it. That is the rule and came on me last night?" he continued. : liabeen sliced! off like cold ham. first capital was located. tioned in tbe harbor to protect the
t truthfully deny.Miami Metropolis that rule will be strictly observed. "Joke" ? I do not know what you Then Mr. Bowser: resumed his dressing The jicisou weed however is not a men willing to work there. Severe ,
mean. and said native plant but probably came to us slight disturbances have
.... takes placeMany
Mr. Davis says when he becomes Times-Union. "I can appreciate fun as well as the "1 urn charged:; with having come from South America or Asia. It is a : vessels remain idle at the docks

.... nest person but it mustn't be carried home in an inebriated condition last question tow it got to Jamestown: but ..,

governor he will appoint Mr. Brovtard James P.Taliaferro has been a credit too far-not too far, Mr Bow r. I night That charge is made by my we believe i is conceded that it is not Warfield Inaugurated Governor.-

notary public. When Mr. Hollowayis to the state and to the party whose went down to the club last night for wife. I do not know what her objectis. indigenous to Virginia. If it was deliberately Annapolis. Md.. Jan. 14 Edwff

state school superintendent he iu- the first time In three months. You but"- and designedly imported. it Warfield was inaugurated a. goT..rn<>.
exponent he is. During his term of were put out at my going.; I didn't get "We mightcall* It rheumatism" Interrupted must have been because of its medic of Maryland today. The governor
teats: to assist Czar heats in securing home until half inal' value not for its odor .
past 10 o'clock and : certainly ,
office has been elect
great good accomplish Bowser. "Iht>l1U1ltisW' was escorted to the es.egtiv"mans ]l
a third grade certificate. Who said I ag"- which is vile: certainlynot for its flowers ,
o does
, ed in Washington for the state of act that way sometimes doesn'titr m by a legislative committee' }
"It and leaves: because they do not
was exactly o'clock. Mr. Bow
r. compa led by officers of >
that our -stekera are not liberally the national
" ,. Florida. Our rivers and harbors have ser." compare in beauty with those of scores .
I "Woman you have reached the limit guard and two compaBtai of state
miUna. -
inclined Palatka Herald. received the largest weed of consideration "Never: I looked at my watch as 1 ,, -the dead line! For your sake I have of native plant And. while this weedIs From thence the party proceed.

i ..N our claims: against the national opened the front door. As I was say J I l borne muth. Hoping that you would now value recognized, it may as not having have some had that medicinal ed to the statehouse where aa !m.

General Allen Thomas, of Tampa, -.- --- mense audience listesed to tie
1; government.Jhave been adjusted, reputation "then" with Europeans. The addresses I
has announced his candidacy for tbeJ Chinese however. use it to some ex- of the retiring tp veraor. John
the poor old Indian soldiers who suffered j ": Njil; ,q: ,d8 fit" Walter Smith aDd Gov.vnor
; office of adjutant general. General 1 tent medicinally and may have doneso War
in silence for forty years have from time immemorial that country field.
: Thomas was quite a distinguished : _
J beu recognized and have: been allowed 'iliili' ti4t being little given to the acceptance of J
officer in the Confederate army and I IL new ideas or new remedies.-Richmond Dredging Brunswick Harbor. :

was prominent m the political affairs pensions somewhat in proportion 'ff, ,, r';;' t Times-Dispatch. Brunswick, Ga., Jan. 14.-The Itrg "
to the service they rendered their ; 9 1 Y United :States dredge Cumberland arrived
of his native state-Louisiana-and
f. in port and will at once
('DehaD& able. engage
country in time of need. All the
6, was appointed minister to Yeutzula "I'd like to exchange this," said a in harbor work here. The Cumberland

t. under Cleveland's admistration. credit for these benefactions is not woman who the other day entered a has been due In' Bnuwwltk for

due:James P. Taliaferro. He is only retail bookstore. some time, but on account of work le
" He moved to Florida in 1899.-St. The clerk unwrapped the bundle and other unable
one of our four representatives iu ports was to eoat. She
Augustine Record. glanced at its contents. is to engage in dredging the harbor

Itt.. .... congress who succeeded in securing'j "I'm sorry, madam," he said, "but under an appropriation s.ear" by

The Herald is not one of those justice for, Florida from the national we can't do it" Congressman Drantl y at the last se*
, "Why not?" she cried. "You've always .
ton of .
government, but a share of tbe credit congress.Trial
r newspapers!! which are disposed to exchanged books for me hereto-
t h; due him, and must be accorded 1 fol" --_._.. -
r. poke fuc at the candidacy of Hon. C. : of Alolte Eckstein.
.. him. He '
and his friends claim "
tbat 1 know, replied the clerk politely,
M. Brown He is an excellent Allentown. Pa., Jan. 14.-The J
; gentleman Taliaferro ia trial
to but
a second terman firmly, "but we can't change this.
of Alois
r ; and would make a good gov endorsement from an appreciative It's 'The Leopard's Spots.Philadel the Eckstein In coaaeetkw with
murder of Mabel Becdtel ,
1 : The people to a faithful phia Press. last Oc
ernor. only thing against him is public ser- tober. began today. Bekctela

that he was a member of the Florid vant who has served them loyally and tlAJdagb Wedding Rings. said to be Miss Bechtel's wa.

has succeeded in doing things note The Claddagh wedding rings absolutely aee.pted
are suitor. The indictment
t. senate. he will declare against th eaargea him
\ dream them all day long.-Del And different from the ordinary with being an accessory after the Bor .

claim, the pardoning board, News. "YOU WERE plain gold finger band which a cynic der. It is said that
the divorce laws and .-- AUM AROUND once declared to be the sign manual
techmcaltiea i ------
in acquitted
,,1.Wailes; .. ONE OF THE POSTS" of a man's impertinence and a wom- and that be will be used as
a witness
.' the criminal laws, his vote may surprise Farms For Sale I ian's folly." Those used by that picturesque Bechtel against the members of the a

I those who 'are making merry Ing. the result was that I slept unusually -' Iu time settle down into a loving sensible I colony, the Claddagh fisher family.

his sound, and you took advantage of wife, 1 have put up and put up ,: folk, are in the form of two clasped Many Japs- / J j
f' candidllc-Punta GordaHerald. Leaving Port
Xo. 1. 05 acre farm all in cul the circumstance to indulge In some and exercised the patience of a saint hands holding a heart It is a quaint New Arthur. ,
York Jan
funny business." This U.-The Japanese **jj
tivation. ends it.:
Splendid 8 room .pretty and symbolical design and odd
.... dwelling in good condition. "Mr. Bowser, when I heard you fall "Your lawyer will see me some time ly enough the very old specimens are have are leaving left here and more than 1ft*

The Industrial, Record is not in politics Fine rock well. All fenced against the front" door the bells wt're. during the day, I suppose?' queried thought to be the most valuable. Herald Dalny in one day says .
"- just striking 1. Mrs. from Port
Bowser as be started to go down Arthar, The
but it publisbes the above an with cedar posts. 3} miles "What! What! I fall against the stairs. Russians repard the Japanese seizure

: nouncement for the or from city on hard road. Price front door?" "He will he will! He And Then Not Do It. of Mukpo as probable with the
purpose saying 600. ; will be In "Many people are entirely too hasty.A object

to all turpentine men that Mr. Mc- No. "You did. and when I went down structed to arrange everything as ami man ought to think two or three of making Russia tire the first ,&<>*.
2.17 acre farm 15 acres you were sitting on the with The train from Europe
I steps cably as possible! minutes before he opens his mouth at are crammed
Namee is the man who intnniuced a under cultivation, 5 around of with troops. It Ia
t room. your arm one the posts. I At the breakfast table however Mr. all" reported that un.

bill in the last Florida legislature to house. Good pond never goes had considerable trouble to induce you Bowser made a lightning! change and "It altogether depends. He ought to Known persons have tried to let n>.

increase the inspection fees on naval dry. 3} miles from city, to. come in." suddenly bt'caCle"ery jolly and as he think two or three years before he to the coal stores at Harbin.

mile from hard road. Price. !rs. Bowser have you gone crazy?" finished the meal he pulled out the opens his mouth to sing."-Philadelphia Many Lenders

tores at all the Florida ports. It was S750. shouted Mr. Dowser as he stood up and family pocketbook and said: Ledger. New York Form Company.
Mr. McNamee who tried to get legislation Now is the time to buy. gasped and swallowed and turned red "Mrs. Bowser, you've been cut rather of the pawnbrokera", B-A. an outcome

enacted to hurt the Honest Dealing. and glared at her. short for the last two or three weeks Schoolboy Definition suited from strike which r.
turpentineo Xo. dear." and you'd better take this twenty to These are two schoolboy definitions recently enacted legisla 4

rators of the state, and it was the F. W. DITTO -Then yon Intend to Insult! me! .It.I sort of even you up. I'll get tickets Illustrated by sentences: tIOl. the money lenders have decided,

influence came home at 1 o'clock and fell againstthe for the theater "Frantic says a Herald dispatch from
that he secured and the sen tonight and tomorrow means wild: I picked some lv Una P.
timent that he REAL door and you found IE? hugingthe you'd better go down to the cloak sale frantic flowers." to form a pawnbrokfnr

r worked up In his campaign ESTATE AND INSURANCE railing and I had to be coaxed into the and see what you can find to suit you." "Athletic strong: the vinegar was with a capital of 11,000,000. ass

as a member of the house RoOm 11 Merchant's Block Ocala. house the inference ia plain." M. QUAD. too athletic to us ."-Little Cbroni<'i I ancn1l8er PrlgUla bas lailed frow '*t'

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OJNTY COMMISSIONERS Scroggie,Jno.; Johns, Geo.; Douglass, grants to H. L. Anderson' a permit to I I I notify the A. C. L. R. R. and Dunnellon
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I A. R. erect similar gates on Patt's Island and Phosphate Co. to construct and main- CHRONIC SORES

II HOLD SESSION.The District No. 8-Billups, R. (5.; Spring Grove road at a point on north- tain suitable crossings for the public j
Prltchart, May: Lucius, Charley: western boundary of Arredonda grant, roads crossing their railroads in the

Mitchell A. D.; Grimes, W. S.; Branch, near Little Silver Springs, and on Salt vicinity of Dunnellon and not to block- Signs of Polluted Blood.There .

board of county commissioners J. E.; Proctor, Jas. D.; Smith E. W.; Springs and Astor road near western ade the public roads or highways by

of Marlon county met in regular session Jackson A. J. boundary of the Arredonda grant under leaving cars standing across the same. is nothing; so repulsive looking and disgusting as an old sore. i
You it till the brain and work with it until the
January 4, 1904. Present H. W. District No. 9-Carney. J. L., Jr.; same conditions and restrictions as Bonds of E. N. Davis, R. D. Harrisonand worry over grows weary
patience is exhausted, and the very sight of the old festering, sickly looking
Long, chairman, and John I* Edwards, Marshall, Robert; Freeman, T. C. in permit granted to Col. L.; P. Miller R. O. Connor to carry firearms and
irritable .
place makes you despondent desperate.A
F. S. Lucius, N. A. Fort and E. L. District No. 10-Caldwell, J. B.; Fort. December 8. 1903. This board is in no were approved. chronic sore is the very best evidence that your blood is in an unhealthyand

Wartmann, commissioners.The A.Y..; Griggs, P. T.; Martin. J. S.; wise responsible for damage to said Bonds of J. T. Hutchins. W. F. impoverished condition, that your constitution is breaking down under

minutes of last meeting were Martin. E. La; Griggs, L. A.; Holly, J. Anderson for loss of crops or stock, or Granger, Osil Cason, J. T. Hodges, A. the effects of some serious disorder. The taking of strong medicines, like

read and approved. P.; Martin, W. E. anything: of any value by the grantingof M. Rizy John Gamble and J. M. Mes- mercury or potash will sometimes so pollute and vitiate the blood and impair

Mr. S. H. Gaitskill before District No. 11-Cordrey, E. b.; same. ser to carry firearms were presentedand the general system that the merest scratch or bruise results in obstinate
of the most offensive character.
the board In Fort, R. C.; Hale, R. H.; Holly R. L.; Be it further resolved, that if the said laid over until next meeting.II. non-healing sores
opposition to the roadt
Often an inherited taint breaks out in frightful eating sores upon the limbsor
Long, R. F.; Mock A. 15.; Perkins L Anderson erects these gates he will remove L. Anderson, attorney for Josiah
at the last .
granted meeting from Irvine face in old age or middle life. Whenever a sore refuses to heal the bloodis
to junction of old wire road. Mr. W.; Roberts, W. D.; Smith B. F.; the same immediatt'ly'uI10n the Seckinger, J. H. Seckinger, Frances A. always at fault and, while antiseptic washes, salves, soaps and powders

D. II. Irvine and other addressed the Roberts W. B.; Counts W. A.; Fore order of this board at its discretion.Be Seckinger and J. F. Folks, filed protests can do much to keep down the inflammation and cleanse the sore it will

board In relation thereto. After consideration ,V. R : Henderson. W. T.: Johnson, E. it further resolved that these against laying out the proposed hard never heal permanently till the blood itself has been purified and the deadly

it was resolved that the J.; Mason, Henry; Griggs, L B.; Randall permits granted Said Miller and Anderson road from Martel to Dunnellon through germs and poisons destroyed and with S. S. S. this can be accomplished

board refuse to reconsider Its former T. W.; Stevens, I. P.; Wellhorner are not set as precedents but as their lands. polluted blood is purified and invigorated, and when 1

F. Z.: Perkins J. W. an experiment and that this board will Petition .to change the Ocala and richpureblood again circulating freely throughout r
action but that a committee, consisting the body the flesh around the old acre begins to take
District No. 12-Fry, Nat. not entertain any other similar request Camp Izard road from the east_and
of Commissioners Long. Lucius and I on a natural color, the discharge of matter ceases
District No. 13-Deas, R. F.; Gran- until these have been demonstratedthat south sides to the north and west sidesof
Edwards be appointed to investigatethe and the place heals over.
complaint of Mr. Gaitskill and report tham. Marion: Hogan R. A.; Marshall it is a public benefit and a public lot 18, sub of the Waldo place, was S. S. S. is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in ordet

at the next meeting of the board Robert; MiQuaig, T. J.: Priest W. S.: good to the tar payers of the county. granted provided petitioners open the and at the same time tones up the system and builds up the general health.

<: whether It would be advisable to recon- Turner. W. C.; Boring. I.V..; Geiger, Resolved, that this board reserves same and properly connect the same If you have a chronic sore write us. No charge for medical advice.

A. P.; Gunter A. T.; Hinson A. W.; the right to rescind the action in thisas with the Ocala and Camp Izzard roadat
f cider the action of the board in
Gabriel Stevens well as in the Miller permit. each end.T. .
f' Ing said road. Milligan, C. C.; Priest. : -

of J. \V.; Monroe, Robert: Monroe, On motion it was ordered that Mr. E. Pasteur, county treasurer, sub- f
BIll R. T. Jones constable. Bush-
A. P. Anderson be permitted to maintain the mitted his report showing receipts, liif
nell Fla., was taken up, and after investigation -
District No. 14-Enecks, J. R: Harper present gates across said roads for a disbursements and balances as fol-
payment of same was re- ITo
fused. F. B.; Matchett, L D.; Farmer, R. period of one month. lows: WE EAT MEAT

L.; Hall J. B.: Pegram. W. H. Application of Rober and Blair to Road Fund
it Petition asking that L. B. Marsh and
f H. L. Anderson be allowed to erect District No. 15-McRaney, C. A.; Mc- have road taxes refunded was referredto BaL last report ... .$ 199 92: grow strong. Unless we get I

1 fun@Y' C. J. Commissioner Lucius. Receipts ... .. .. 92911 $1129 03
gates across certain public roads was good meat we may aa well let
Distrk-t 16-Burleson, Daniel; On motion it was ordered that the I Disbursed. ... .. .. 1128 S8 4
presented and Mr. R. Long was heardin Not II I t it alone. There is no strength
Dunn. H. G.; Douglas A. J.: Sherouse. clerk be directed to notify James Simsto
opposition thereto and Mr. II. L.
J. Wartmann, R K.; Hobkirk, J. remove obstruction from public road Balance.. .. .. 05 in tough meat-instead of giv-
Anderson in favor thereof. After con-
\lderatlon D.; Franzot Wm.; Borland: J. B.: caused by his pasture fence across the County Proper lug it takes strength to digest
same was referred to Com-
Douglas. R. C.: Rice M. A.: Stevens, same. BaL last report.... .$ 145 10 it. It pays to be careful in
missioners Wartmann, Lucius, Edwards r;
J. A.; Hogan. J. W.: Ellis. Geo. W. After consideration the board pass- Receipts ... .. .. 985 18 $113028 Q
and Fort to formulate resolution buying meat-be sore to get
District No. 17-Baskin. A. P.; Boyd, ed the following resolution: Disbursed.. ... .. 1129 14
with reference thereto. the best-tender and choice.
J. L.; Forbes W. T.; Hooker, D. W.: Whereas, the traction engine fur- !
The following amounts were reportedon
Lamb S. P.; Neal Robert; Bishop. F. nished by the American Road MachineCo. Balance .. .... $ 1 14 Pay a little more if need be ands
account of collection of road taxes:
W.; Bassett, J. D.: Griner, J. .B.: Leit- ., of Kennett Square Pa., as shownby F. and F. Fund put something in your stomach P
District No. 2, $7; district No. 3. $90.80:
district No. 4, $8; district No. 5, $39. ner B. H.; Griffin, A. R.; Pasteur. actual use. does not fulfill the terms Bal. last report. ....$2503: 49 which will pat flesh on your I

Bids for operating ferries for the Geo.; Proctor, A. T.; Wilkins, R. H.; of the contract with this board, there- Receipts. ... ... 232 19 J2753 68 m bones and strong blood in year t
fore be it }
year 1904& were opened and contracts Scarborough. W. H. Disbursed.. ... .... 1602 82
District No. IS-Knoblock, H. N.; Resolved that H. W. Long and Jno.L. l1
awarded as follows: Sharp's Ferry JL. .
Malloy. J. B.; Townsend, F. M.; Livingston Edwards be and they are hereby .. ARDS'oBROS.
Hinton at $15 per month; Eureka Balance. $1152: 86 EDW
W. B.; Shockley W. M. appointed a committee of this board to
ferry, W. II. Dudley at $10 per month; Road taxes collected under new law
District No. 19-Allsopp, R. G.: Car- take the matter up with said American m Stalls 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala Fla. ;
for the 1903
Starke's ferry H. C. Morrison at $12 year :

per month; Grahamville. Gibson and ter, A. C.: Kelsey, V. P.; Morrison, H. Road Machine Co., with a view of arriving District No. 1.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$ 290 00 r i5r 5 a aaaFaFa FaS ic5'dSaFaaa aQaFa y 5'E5

Gibson, at $15 per month; Stokes' ferry C.; Coggins, W. B.; Driggers D. E.; ; at some amicable adjustment of District No 2...... ..... ... 159 00 i .

N. C. Deas, at $15 per month; Moss Lytle, Frank. said matter. District No. 3. ... ... ......... 455 80

Bluff A. J. White, at $12 per month. District No. 20-Burgess, J. T.; Be it further resolved that said com- District No. 4.... ...... .;... 42S 00

The bid of II. C. Morrison for ferryman Brook S. B.; Raw Is, W. B.; Wilson, J. mittee is hereby directed to insist that District No. 5..... ... .. .. .. 155 00 SEED POTATOESWe

at Starke's ferry also Included the H.; Butch, W. D.; George. J. B.; Wil- said company take back said traction

keeping In repair of the abutments and lis. W. d.District. engine, deducting the price originally Total. .. .. .. .. ... ... .... .$H 11 80
a No. :!Liddrll.. J. :M.; Nelson charged therefor, and that said company hat e a full stock: of
aprons on the flat and the bridge clear The clerk was directed to prepare
J. J.: Ridge. R. C.: standley. D. reimburse the county for the
cf floating Islands that can be handledby and publish in the minutes a compaa- Spaulding's Improved Rose No.4.
Jos. Norris, B. H. Stro- money expended in repairs thereof.
C.: Lucius ; ;
tive financial statement of the
three men and keep the causeway Maine Early Rose.
Said committee to report to this board s
ble, D. KDistrict
t, repaired.'f which will be published separate from
f No. 22-Allen, W. E.; E!- the result of their efforts to make Bliss Triumph.As .
the minutes as the clerk has
''f Bids for road overseers were open- soon as

,'F ed and the following contracts awarded tridge. H. M.; Gaitskill. S. H.; Hickson. some satisfactory adjustment of the time to make it up. well as other varieties at lowest market prices. Write for
I. T. Neal J. S.; Sapp J. T.: billard. matter for such further action as the
; On motion it ordered that of wanted.
district was a number
: District No. 1, Lee Priest; quotations, stating bags
X&. 2. for Cotton Plant and Martel, V. J. 0.; Etter S.: H.; Gist:; W. S.; Nors- board may deem proper. pump for court house yard be purchased IDKAL POTATO MANURE, 30.00 per ton will make them

jjLSecklnger, at $2 per day; for Flem- worthy. W. G.: Price, J. D.; Thomas, Bid of C. J. McCraney for ferryman : the chairman to inspect and receivethe grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil

J. S. at Starke's ferry received today after same. !Seed Planting Cultivation Effect of Fertilizers Digging and
Ington and Blitchton W. W. McCully, ,
District No. :!Clajburn, R. L.; bids had been opened and contracts "
Justices of the reported fines Shipping sent on request.
at $1.75 per day: for Camp lizard Romeo peace ,
Lewis R. L.; Shaw Henrylchols, awarded. imposed in their courts as follows
" and Dunnellon, W. L. Jordan, at :
Walter Perry, R. J.: Proctor, G. J.: Petition fur public road commencing WILSON & COMPHY
f $2 per day; district No. 3, eastern di I, R. Bullock, $100; J. N. Shedd, $25: ;
Snow. P. A. in sec 7. tp 13, r 23, on road from Citra
Lucius, at $1.50 per day W. O. Waid, $356.53.
vision Joseph Jan 15 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Agent*.
District No. 24-Mixson, W. J.; I to Eureka thence south 1 mile, thence
I i and W. A. Redding, for western divis The following justices reported no
district No. 4, Turner A. J.; Niblack, S. M. southwest to the Eureka and Flemington fines: J. O. Turnipseed, C. C. Priest
ion, at $1.50 per day; JAS. I.GRAHAM President. QEO.W.HYDE Vice Pret
road thence west said road ,
F. Marshall on %
District No. 25-Baker. B. ; -
northern division, J.V.. Perkins at Alex. Wynne M. H. Rou, W. W. Jackson -
J. N. Fort, P. A.; Wilson P. T. mile, thence southwest through sec 24
E. S. Smith and H. W. Douglass.
,$U25 per daY and southern division to
S. Eml- to line dividing sections 25 and 26, tp
Civils K.
District Xo. 26- ; The First National BankOF
J. L. Tucker at $1.25 per day; district E. L. Carney, tax collector reported

No. 5, C. II. Bateman. at .$1.25 per day. nisor W. D.; Luffman, Walter; Colbert 13, r 22.: thence south % mile, thence collection on account of licenses, $37.

Commissioner Wartmann reportedthat J. W.; Lovell, S.: Souter. S. D. west y mile, thence south '4 mile, The board thereupon adjourned.H. .

W. B. Mc- thence southwest through sections 26 GAINESVILLE.The .
District No. 27-Milligan. ; .
had been Long, Chairman.
the flat for Orange Creek
completed. It was ordered that the Rae, W. C.: Parramore. J. L.; McQuaig, and 35 tp 13. r 22: to township line Attest: S. T Sistrunk, Clerk. Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County. 1 rljp

r same be left In charge of Mr. Wart J. N.; Proctor C. J.; Wells T. N. thence west 1 mile to line dividing :sections ; -- --- --- ---- --- Capital. . . . . . . . . ... .. .. .. .50,000 00

suitable can District No. 29-Chappell, G. B.: 3 and 4&, tp 14, r 22: thence southon Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . .. .. .. . 20,()()(' 00
::. mann until some person
b* secured to look after the same. Jones. R. D.: Priest L. L.; Chappell.W. said line into town of Antthony. Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank in the

V.: Priest, C. C. was read and laid over until next meet- state. Solids the accounts of Farmers, Merchants Corporations,
The board selected the following jury District No. 30-Frink. M. P.: Seck- Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
list for the year 1904: ing.The C transacted promptly
J. Austin. committee to whom was referredthe
inger W. ; Chappel
District No. Agnew. II. R.; Ballard 0.17 H. E. TAYLOR.Cashirif
District No. 31- moak, J. P.; matter of damages for roadway
L. (0.'.; Brigance, R. E.: Brown C.
Y ungue. H. G.: Dupuis F. S.; Harvey around Bradley pond on Ocala and
M.; Brown, Abe: Cappleman J. B.; !
L. t..; Youngue, W. A.; Payne D. Shady Grove road recommended that ,
Cohen, J. T.; Connor, R. 0.; Crook, 'maF-
B.; Smith. Jno. the county pay the sum of $150 to the
Ernest; Clarkson. H. B.; Chazal... R.:
The board then adjourned until owners of the land as damages and the
Chambliss Z. C.; Cam. Baxter; Fer
:') Frazier Tuesday morning. county build a substantial culvert under la a teritable dragon of IllhealthHERBINE It leans In its
J. G. Fort. Robert Lee; path
guson. : more physIcal wrecks than
said road for passage of stock to 1 y probably any other one c11a-
C. G. FinleyV.. A.Goln; W. A.; easepto 4mertcanSo
; water, provided that the owners of said st' WHY? 61mpllbecause Upoll tbs
Galloway, J. P.;' Goodrich, O. :M.: Gal- Tuesday, January 5, 1904 of the malady the sY5tem III usually BCOW'geltcaw
land to give to the public the
agree '- quinine,or that deadly miner&1-aomel.
braithV.. C.; lI h' nston. E. T.: Hil- Board met All members present Do It. Ie'. '
DAn'.J'OU30 n
in iaA,
same privilege of access: to water Dotnq't ai all
ler, Sidney E.; Hendricks C. R.: Hays On motion it was ordered that the Q cnhcr. \YO po said Bradley pond as is given by Ed-
C. F.; Jeffords. W. C.; Jones, H. C.; comptroller be recommended to allowL. wards Brothers. FERRYS

Johnson, T. H.: Whitesides, C. :M.; W. Drew to redeem lot 8, block 80, The present contract with P. H. Nu- to PUSn au4 lDlUn"'TLT eras ur form of IIIaJarI& "II
Barco. J. M.: Brooks, J. and 9, block 81. Belleview. pureIyh.rb.L: Hu all \he ot qatt&lDe
lots 8
Winer, A. A.; and gent for feeding prisoners was renewedfor aarrectmsaliver of &II ite deadiy .11'_ U
P. V.; Little :M. M.: of face value of certifi- .htdary aDd ICOIIIaeIa trouatea
Leavengood. payment
B.; upon MEET 500
the present year.V. SEEDS per how.. .u1 Druggists.
Luffman. J. J.; Lloyd C. H.; Moore. C. cates held by the state thereon; and M. Seckinger. W. W. McCully and ALL

H. Mclver. D. E.; be allowed to redeem NEEDSExperience
L; Mathews C. ; that J. S. Berry W. L Jordan were appointed road
baa established It asa
Nash Geo. A.: Pasteur Geo. C.; Rhein- the wfc of nwVi and nw 4 of sw%, sec commissioners for district No. 2. fact Sold: by all dealers You

auer, Ben; Stevens J. M.; Fausett, H. 21. tp 15, r 23. for the sum of $24.30.A .ow-they grow. 19C4 Seed
The board adjourned until Wednes- Annual postpaid free to all ap-
A.; Woodrow D. S.; Roberts. C. V.; resolution from the republican day. : !lean t&.

Reagan O. W.; Smoak, J. ,L.; Smith county convention requesting the boardto D. M. FERNY & CO.
Geo. R.; Spurlin J. G.; Seymour B. include in the jury list some representatives McMillan Bros
Wednesday, January 6, 1904 ?, ,. ; :. '
S. A. --- -
H.; Sexton, Thos.; Standley. : of the negro race, was pre-

Teague, F. A.; Taylor; Geo. I.; Weathers sented. The board deeming the request Board met. All members present

.s R A.; Williams. J. D.: Waterman, reasonable, same was on motion except Commissioner"artmann.. Southern Copper Works
H. A.; Clyatt, W. W.; Taylor. John; granted. Application of C. M. Livingston for a FUIIis

Graham. Jno. M.; Miller Lee; Hall, T. Contract for burying paupers for the reduction in cost of redeeming certain 9 Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

C.; Howard E. M.; Beckham F. B.; year 1904& was on motion awarded to lands was referred to Commissioner '"

Jeffords. Ed; Hall R. S.; Stokes H. D.: Mclver and MacKay at $2.50. Edwards. ;o- $5 and General Metal Workers.Old .

Alexander, Levi; Gadson. F. P.; Giles. On motion it was ordered that the Commissioners appointed to layout

1 Geo. Thomas Robert; Wilson, W. P. Ocala Weekly Star be designated as road from se corner sec 15, tp 17, r 22,

District ro.Blllingsley, H. P.: the newspaper to publish the delinquent thence north to intersection with the Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

.McAuley, R.JW.; Wilson, J. W.: Gibson tax list for the tax sale to be Ocala and Summerfield hard road near through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

"'. G.: Stewman W. S.; Mann D. made during the year 1904. Santos, submitted their report, which RdX12 wire will receive prompt attention at either of thefollowing

N.; Sheal). J. N-; Dupree J. C; Sher- The following resolution was pass- was adopted and ordered posted as required -
works -
ouseV.. H.: Boyd. R. A.; McGehee, ed: by law.Applications. ,

S. M.; Johnson. R. N.; Rou. G. D. Whereas, the board of county com- for state pensions were FAYETT VILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.

District No. 3-Beck, J. L.: Mixson. missioners of this county desire to aid approved as follows: :Mrs. T. H. Cul- tl0

J. K.; :Mathews J. C.; Geiger. W. W.: the citizenship in any matter that may verhouse, Mrs. Mary R. Dillard O. C. I JACKS .1VILLE FLA. MOBIE, AA.. 4

)lisson, Benj.; Smith. E. A.; Harrison prove a saving to the tax payers of the G. Lamar, :Mrs. Margaret R. Clark. -

J. K.; Whittington. J. L: Smith. county and, whereas, we granted to Justice bonds of W. F. McWhite for

V. P.; Mathews. J./31.; Gray. Chas. CoL L. P. Miller a permit to erect cer- district No. 8, with A. D. Mitchell and ROCKYFORD

District No. Seckinger, Josiah; tain automatic gates across certain Nathan :Mayo sureties, and P. U. Mil j DKPRE PREP III Cantaloupe Seed. 7;

|Weathers. J. S.; Weathers. W. V.; public roads, solely as an experimentunder ligan with G. Priest and J. D. Shaw, .

Joe :M. Miller C. B.; Sam- conditions as per resolution of Shaw, sureties were approved. Ford Colo.
Hudgens ; Saved by C. H. Mathu, of Young & MathU, at Rocky from
uel Reese. December 8, 1903, and, whereas, H. L. Notary bond of C. L. Anderson with E. BLUM & COMPANY standard size netted cantaloupes ripened on the vines; also a limited supply of i

District No. Morrison.. J. W.: ; Anderson has applied for a similar R. L. Anderson and H. L. Anderson Eden and Blue Gam Watermelon seed saved in the Carolinas from the first
I 517 and 513 W. Bay St. perfectly shaped melons set on the vines. &> seed taken from the end of the
: .,. Ross, H, A.; Robinson. T. W. I permit therefore be it sureties, was approved.The melon. Apply to or address,

i b- '' District No. Counts.. J. H., Jr; Resvived. That this beard hereby clerk was eo: caution: directed U> Jacksonville fla. -lF.. YOUNG & CO. or C. H. MATHIS,

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Over-Work Weakens -xxxXXx -* -
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In the issue of the Ocal* Banner, of is a pleasure, in this da;' of industrial Eg2-xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXxxXXxXX: -xXx, -xXxII -xXXIt -
., December 25, the following puzzle combinations, to note ,an I 1 !

were sent to oar local department to instance where an independent con- Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood f1 HIGHEST QDALTY IS OUR HOTTO.. if f

oftaet the "Age of Ann baa attained to mammoth -
: cern proportions
All the blood in your body passes through
"Three Graces, carrying roses, met and has grown steadily but your kidneys once every three minutes.

gave the Nine to each Muses.of the Each Muse of one-eight-the Graces surety for: years from a small bt'ginn'l I ," 11 blood The kidneys purifiers are they your filter *icy Xii MARION Ii Iii

teentb of her roses, and then each of tog: into the fullness! of the present I >I> out the waste or xI
the Muses had twelve roses less than impurities in the blood.If I
time. Such an institution is cited In
they are sick out
each of the Graces. Howmany roses I or
did each of the Graces have when I the seed business of D. M. Ferry & .d f",r cf order,they fail to do x
they met thn nine Muses?" Co., which for nearly half a century Pain work.?,aches and rheumatism NA1iWARE II
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"Said Robin to Richard: 'If ever I has gone forward each year, canstant-: l come from excess I
coue c' uric acid in the
To the age you are now, brother ly adding new customers and retaining I blood due to neglected 2

mine its old ones, until it U today the kidney trouble. if :11 g
Our ages united.will amount to asum Kidney trouble causes quick"cr unsteady
Of years making ninety and nine.' source of seed supply from which the heart beats, end makes one feel as though! 11 COMPANY
said Kichard: 'Tuat's certain, and if of this country spring. they hid heart trouble because thi start is &I
crops Xx
it be fair ov("--workng: in purrpirg thick, kidneypo3cJ -
For us to luok forward so far, Thousands of farmers: gardeners and: L'ood! thriujh: vci;'s a-.i :.rt rj*:. I I ,
a I shall then be double the that it uiA.a to be consicerea i Lilt; o.-.iy urinary
age flower look to them after I
* J you were growers year troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, 11 HEADQUARTERS FOR !!

When I was the age that you are.' year for the seeds from which the out now modern science proves that ready z* .

The following answer is sent in by prosperity of their fields and gardensis ail constitutional in kidney trot diseases:,bie.! hive their beginning I Iii I I ''I9 }9 n i IMI
to grow, and the fact that they are if you arc sick you ccn make no mistakeby E&nE
ilr. Cbas P.
Haycraft, of Fellowship:
first t
doctoring your kidneys. The mild LyjuifyifOy6iii; I
Each of the Three Graces gave each never disappointed in Ferry's seeds is and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's J

the secret of the wonderful expansionof : Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is 11 I 6 FENGS. :
of the Muses 1-18 of their roses. soon realized. It stands the highest for its } : POULTRY, RA3SJT: AND LAWN I :
As there were 9 Muses, each of the this firm. You can buy their seedsin wonderful cures of the most distressing cases !
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Graces,gave 9.18 or one half of their every city, town or hamlet of this by and all is druggists sold on its in merits fifty.n.., F J '.,...w;, ITII t Absolute eftciency at least exnense. SOI./CH *\Sslxc/ \ Xx iTI ?
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roses. The Graces bad only 9-18 or land, and you are always certain that cent and one-dollar sz.t, :::';..-tl" :;.;.',.:, A practical f:ace that vlpcstiv ; j
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they are fresh,tree to name and sure es. You may have a I i, l t' 1 J i
1 their roses left. As there were three sample bottle by mail EMM of unp.Root= iy turn cattle! ? M.

t Graces, each Muse received 1.18 of to grow. Their 1904 seed Annual,a free also pamphlet telhngjou! how to find P Lorsts, hops and 3-tincH //\i **
selection of the out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. II iTI
valuable in the
the roses from each of the Graces, 3.18 guide Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmtf I : rig;. A fence ic;: {r : { t .r i I !
in all, and had 12 roses less than each proper seeds to plant, will be sent freeto & Co., Binghamton. N. Y. 11 I I I tn2t 15 Stla'r awr f 1 i=, J I

all readers of the Banner who -. ------- ------ Jx 7 ex
apply ; +
of the Graces. !
As tbe Graces bad 9.)8 IrraCllCiU1\.I- .#s 1 r .
of to D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit,' If I I !I I
roses left, the Muses had 3 IS,
I I IX i I I
the fractional difference between 9-lb:: Mich HolidayExposures X tnirUV.iIV' Chl- 1 k i..t' 1 f' t. ; 'tFj f + t r !
and 3 18 is MS or }. 12 roses is the Don't Worry. Xu cient n n d c. _?__ -* ,. '*' ?""-"_" "",_"__**_ ","," ii'
; number of roses lea the Muses bad This is easier said than done, yet it every possible

than the Graces. So j is 12, 3 3 or the may be of some help to consider the ; 1 11X conditicn. EVERY ROD OF ELLWOQD FENCE IS GUARANTEED u
XIT ?*
whole number of roses the Graces matter. If the cause is somethingover
I I If}o want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the I 1 I II
had when they met the Muses is 3x12 which ;you have no control it id
I I ELLWOOD PENCE and let us show for how little
which is 36. obvious that worrying wiil not htlp 11x you money you M 1
Bring'on Coughs Colds can get absolute satisfaction.
the matter in the least. On the xX
Ths problem about the brother's
ages is Algebraic problem. other hand, if within your control, Grippe and other Uoubles I i I i i IT!i iI

you have only to act. When you that be I I IX I I
can only promptly
(At time of cooversation.) have a cold and fear an attack of XX \\ e are Ocala Agents for"FAVORITE" *vx

Let X =older brother's age. pneumonia, buy a bottle of Chamber nipped in the bud bY using

Let Z = younger brother's age. lain's Cough Remedy and use it judi- H i i !

Let \:.= ditterenre in ages. ciously and all: cause: for worry as to STOVES & RANGES

Also time that must elapse to make the outcome will quickly disappear. TROPICAL! xx
99 years. There is no danger of pneumonia TTii ft

XtY = 2Z when it is used. For sale by AntiMonopoly II 11I

; ztY=x Drug Store. mIn 1 'axx
xfYtZty = 99X"'Z"Y
I. I
of Longstre I

=Zt 99 Y for X have Z t With the burial of Gen. James The Marion Hardware
Substituting we Company X XIi

Y+ Z*2 Y= 9'J. Reduce2Zt3Y. =99. Longstreet, says the Savannah Morning T TAR! !AND D WINE[ Jx ><

3Y = 9D-2Z News, there passes from view one IT( I

Y = 99 2 Z > of the last of the great figures of the The Ureat*Florida Remedy ii 1 OCALA; FLORIDA. I

3 Southern Confederacy. Duriug some XX x"

xtytZ"Y= 99 years there has centered about him backed by more thana fT I I -I

Substituting in place of X t Y considerable controversy, but in the million dollars of Flor- Tae-Ea xxx' -xyx- -xxx- -xxx--xxx- -xxx- -xxx- -xxx--xxx- -xxx- -*X*- -xxx- ,
'' + o xXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx -xXx-
We hate 2 Z Z Y = 99 i- -
midst of it all his ability and his ida capital. Look at the
Substituting 99-2 Z for Y its value xXJI't
-3 patriotism have not, been questioned.He names of the gentlemenwho __ _________ _. _, .. __ ,_ _h_ ___.___ .__ I
may have made errors! as all hu- this
compose com-
We have.
do but he born soldier THE
mans was a
3Zt9999- pany and see if this is nota
-- and a great general. As a line of
3 sufficient guarantee of
battle' commander history will give I
Multiplied by 3 to reduce to whole merit. r
him rank with me foremost in the '
number 9 Z t 99 -2 Z = :!97

9Z-2Z:= :.'97-ro) profession of arms. There are many Wra.S, Jordan Pres., Banker and Capitalist

7Z = 19S of his earnest admirers who think j.Chas.J. Williams Blum Vice, zd 1'Jex.Vice-Pres.Wholesale,Coramerctol Merchant Sales CABLE COMPANY.

Z = 2S2-7 years ag that, nest to Lee, he was the ablest B man.\\.Sperry. Treasurer Prop. Duval Hotel.
-'---I of younger bro- Thos A. DavU Sec'y and Mftr.Publisher.D. .
y =99-2Z ther at time of commander of Confederate troops, HMcMillaa.icePres.: : Consolidated Navi

I conversation and there is much to justify that W Stores, C, Yeiier Co. Pres. The Metto Co.
3 Y 14
= 1-7
years E. E West Capitalist and Lumber Manufacturer
Y-99-56 4-7 t difference iu the' opinion. His genius differed from ,
brother's ages that of the brilliant and daring Jackson L. A.Fralfigh Cahitr Bank of Madison. of the and Most Substantial
a I T..C H,,Smith West Capitalist Ass Cashier and Real Bank Estate of Madison.A. Dealer. One Largest in the
Y= 4: 3-7 99 but it was no less genius; and his Ceo T. Hodgson,General Southern Agent K
5647 I Y. Life Ins Co.
will remember him
country gratefuly. D.P.smith.Tax Collector Volusia Co.
1t1.7yrs433.7J H.H McCreary, Editor Daily Gainesville Sun.
Whatever of bitterness have United States
Y = may D. E.Thompson.General Manager St. Augustine .

ZY = X been aroused by the controversies Win.J.Daily Bryan.Record.County Solicitor, Duval Co.
Wm. A Evans.
282+7 t H 1-7 = X = 4?3.7 years.OIlIer! concerning him will stop at the ,
IIIii 'III = '
brother's age at the time of conver- brink of the grave, and James Loog- I
Try a bottle and if not
tI'tion2S2.1yeras tl4 1.7 "E'ars--42: street will be remembered as tbe
pleased write the company This Manufacturesand
3.7 years. The age the younger brother great American soldier that he undoubtedly Company

must be to make both their ages 99. was.le&hess. or any one of the

-- -- ----- above gentlemen and get .
423-7years t 111.7.yearll. 56 4-7 older # Sells Direct the
Canct te Cued .
brother's ape to make 99. 56 4.7 years your money back. Made

is twice 28 27. The younger brother's by local applications as they cannot only by Trop. Mfg, Co..
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
age.- 56 4-7 years+42 3.7 years makes There is only one way to cure deafness and sold by all druggists.

99 years. and that is by constitutional
The drst problem Is very easy, the remedies. Dcafuesa ia:: caused by an tJrotr tDnat. Conover Ktygsbury

inflamed condition of the .........
second requires a great deal more mucous lining """""" ----- -
of the Eustachian E.BIGGS,
thought and work. When T. -
this tube is inflamed you ha ve a rumbling ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

: To put the brake on .the wagon sound cr imperfect hearing, and (Office in Gary-Agaew Block) Schubert A

going down hill is a help to the horse, when it is entirely closed, Deafness is OCALA | FLORIDA. Wellington'PIANOS

when the wagon is heavily loaded. the result, and unless tile inflammation |{ D. FULLER

But what driver would\ think of ap can be taken out and this tube restored _

plying the brake to a loaded wagon I to its normal condition, hearing DENTIST.
going up hill? If he did his sensible will be destroyed forever; nine Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank.Ocala.Fla.

horse would probably balk. Many a cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh M. THOMPSON.
man is in the condition of pulling a : which is nothing but an inflamed condition -
load up hill with the brake set against I of the mucous surfaces. PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON.Office !
over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp Montezuma.
him. When his stomach is out of We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor OCALA. FLA.EDWIN .

order, and the allied organs of digestion any case of Deafness caused by
i and nutrion impaired in their catarrh) that cannot be cured by SPENCER.ATTORNEYATLAW_

functions, a friction is set up which Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- ,' .:;_ _..- ,; n" "- : -- ::':',':' _" ,
bas to be overcome in addion to the lars; free.F. OCALA. ." 7-8-J* FLORIDA.

performance of daily duties. A ,fou J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
stomach makes a foggy: brain, and Sold by Druggists,75c. J K. CHASE, Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times

j the man with a disordered stomach Hall's Family Pills are the best. DENTIST OCALA, FLA ,
baa often to grope his way throughthe
Wet and Dry Counties.
, 1 day's like a man tin a fog. lie SISTRCNK.ATTORNEYAMAW..
1 forgets appointments. Pioblems The following counties in Floridaare CARLOS send us your order we pay all expenses and

eeem presented to his mind "wrongend dry, viz: Alachua, Baker, Calhoun .
Room 4, Masonic Buildinz, Ocala Fla. s 28 i
to". This condition is entirely Citrus, DeSoto, Hamilton, Her '
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remedied by the use of Dr. Pierce's satisfactionJ. -
nando, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, guarantee ,
Golden Medical Discovery. It puts
thestomach and digestive and nutritive Lee, Lafayette, Lake, Levy, Liberty,
system into a condition of perfect Manatee, Pasco, Polk, Sumter, Su- ,

,.i. health, and gives a clear brain, a wannee, Taylor, Volusia, Waukulla, Eye and Ear Specialist A. MdridgE '

stew\ly band and a light step for the Walton and Washington, in all 26. .. JORDAN
day's duties., When constipation The balance are wet. In Ocala EveryTHURSDAY Tampa Branch. 4

: clogs the channels of the, body, Dr. ,

", Pierce's Pleasant Pellets will work a ASTED-To buy velvet beans, MONTEZUMA HOTEL.
eSeclual cure of that disastrous dis- peanuts and country oats. Ocala 1113 Franklin St / < Tampa Florida

sense seed Store. 12 4 tf <* :



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I City Guard which was held in the NEGOTIATIONS' FAIi- TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS j
f armory last evening and over which f

Captain Leonard White presided. I Government Troops Battle with Reb-- Golden Rule I will be at the following place to receive
The Gate City Guard was more intimately -i els In : returns ol real and personal property and
: BODY LAY IN Uruguay. Agriculture agricultural reports as the law requirea.JANUARY.1O4. :
aasocited with General Gordon i New York Jan. 13.Negotiationsbetween to your land and your crop .
than any military organization of the : the representatives of the good. Plenty of Martel Monday 25 a m. .
city, for the that it entered the i and the revolutionists Cotton Plant (potofhce) Monday 15 p. m.
, Guarded by reason government Heidtsviile Tuesday 26.II to 3.
confederate army and served for four i have thus far failed, says a Herald Dunnellon Wednesday 37.aomeoTbnredaysizto.

I ; by years on the field of battle. dispatch from Montevideo, ruguay. BUtcbton Friday 29. j,

A dispatch from Santa Ana do Liv- PEBRUARYXO..

I COFFIN DRAPED Rome' Daughters Send Wreath. ramento says a sharp battle tag been I At,. Kcnfinct Monday i a. m. S

Rome, Ga., Jan. 14.-Rome Chapter fought between part of the govera- in the bar- i hi fTl Martin Lowell Monday Tuesday I 2 p.a.m in.
Dead Chieftain Has Daughters of the Confederacy forwarded ment troops under General Munli and Write us and 4.t4''* Reddick Tuesday 2 p. m.
by exquisite laurel the rebels. The former lost only five send you, Mcintosh Wednesday *
express an next mail, Central Thursday a m.
Honor and Tribute
wreath for General Gordon's funeral. men, and the latter about 50. A winning Flemirgton Friday 5 a. m.

Could Be Paid by The laurel was from Myrtle Hill ceme- more important battle ii xpected, andit Shady Fairfield Grove Friday Monday 5 p m.8 a. IB.

; Loved Him. tery, here General Gordon has often may be decisive. KALI ORKS, Santos Monday 8 p. m..
Nassau Si. Belleview Tuesday g.
16 stood and admired the beautiful view or Pedro (school houseJWednesday) l' a. a,
1-: Atlanta Jan. 14.-On and there he once delivered a patri. MUTINY AMONG SOLDIERS. .- & .Bfl Kl St f # jI Summerfield Wednesday 10 p. m.
Candler Thursday II a. m.
, draped with otic address. Ocklawaha Thursday 11 p.m.
which be fought with I Plundered Shops and Attacked Armenians East Lake Friday 11 a. m.
Wcirsdale Friday Ill'm..
The Lost Cause lying UNITED STATES AND COLOMBIA. -Garrison Assailed. Linadale (school hruse Saturday 13. II to J.
the body of General Constantinople. Jan. 14.-A serious Drawdv'a Saturday night. ,
Mos Bluff Monday ii a. ra. .E
laid in state all day Former No Party to Proceedings mutiny broke out recently among the Electra Monday 15 p. m.

corridor of the Growing Out of Secestien. soldiers comprising the: garrison 01 Lynn GrahamvUle Tuesday Tuesday 16 a. m.16 p. ...

Guarded by the Washington, Jan. 14.-It can be Van, Turkish Armenia, owing to their Connor Wednesday 17 a. m.
Churchill (school house) Thursday tl a. m,
state, and viewed by stated on good authority that the ad- pay being In arrears. About 608 Kerr City Thursday iS p, m.
followed him as their ministration does not contemplate paying armed soldiers plundered shops and Eureka Friday 19 a. m.

known kit name as one dollar out of the United States attacked Armenians. Th nutlnetr Ft.Daisy McCoy Friday Saturday 19 p. m.v a. ... .

chieftain rKalncl treasury to Colombia on account of the finally! made an attack on the pollc a COMMERCIAL TREATY. Anthony Monday.11SparrTuesday ._. }

tribute of resp.ct that secession of Panama. Nor will it go from which the commander of the garrison State Department-Ports Greenwood Tuesday 23 23 p ..

All the flags in the before the Hague tribunal as a partyto fled over adjoining roofs. Will Be Opened. Citra Wednesday 14 a. m. ..
Orange Springs Thursday 25 a. f
.t half-mast and the any proceedings growing out of Jan. Ratification Ocala all of M rci.

state buildings are that secession. It is stated that to Evacuation of Camps Begun. commercial he The first law of April requires an returns ALPaRDAYRa.to to made by.

L row all of tha principal do either of these things would b. to Denver. Jan. 14,-Adjutant General exchanged at the state 1 S Tax Assessor! Marion Coooty. -!

mess, the courts and commit the administration to an ad. Bell says today that evacuation of thy today by Secretary Hay -------

closed during the mission that it had been guilty of military camps at Telluride and Cripple Tung Liang-Cheng, the t
al wronging Colombia.On Creek had begun. A troop. of .

Attended by an the other hand it is again an- cavalry had been organized at Tell- provides for the opening

appointed by the nounced that the United States government unde composed of 75 young men who of Mukden and Antung in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEn "HAT 0H-
bv Y rtue of a final decree of for-
itary troops, which stands ready to do anythingin own horses. In addition a guard of to the world's commerce. closure, entered on the loth day of October.A.

the state line, th its power to bring about an amica- about CO men will be left at that place. to D.the 1903.circuit by court the Hon.for the W.fifth S. judicial Bullock,circuit judge of of

al Gordon reached this ble settlement between Colombia and Two companies comprising about 183 Threatens to Riee. Florida. sitting in chancery for Union county
ing at 5:30 o'clock Panama. It be said that Pana- men will be left in Cripple Creek. Up Jan. 14.-The threatened ris. in a certain cause then pending in said court
: may wherein Hattie O.Allen and Ceo K. .Allen her
I, Fla.. and was borne ma will consent to go betore the Hague to date the expense of maintainingthe Herrea tribe, numbering husband. and Ella O. Browne were cotnplaia

capitol, where it will tribunal with Colombia and allow that military force in the field in consequence to 40.000 men news of ants.Goldbeck and, her Mane husband.Louue Adelaide Goldbeck.V Alfred Morgan.C.

t1110 o'clock Thursday tnbunal to decide whether or not of the strikes which begun last been telegrapher here from James W. :Morgan as heirs at law of William H.

the funeral exercises Panama shall make any concessions to summer. has been nearly $ OO.OOO. ty Damarialand, German signed Morgan special, deceased master, were ta defendants chancery will the onSlondau ander

From 10 o'clock Colombia on account of the severanceof Africa, excites some appre Fcbr-Ml/18l.l9Ql.

until noon the political ties. It is certain that Driver Killed Under Engine. the colonial bureau and between lino a. m.and tjoo p. m. offer and ei-
Savannah Ga. Jan. Daniel X as the German forces rose for sale and will then and there sell" the
the last honor of a the United States government will a highest and best bidder for cash in hand. U
I i land-will be held. look with favor upon the assumptionby Dean. a Central railway engineer, diet are inadequate to deal with front of the court house door in Ocala. Mario.

! as citizens and Panama of some small liability to today from injuries received while ad insurrection.! The 900 county estate of, Florida.the said all defendants the nght. title May, interest Louise Gold-and

I guished as vetrans make good the loss which Colombia has cleaning out the fire box of his engine already in South and beck and Alfred C. Goldbeck her husband

conflict of the sixties, suffered. The government is willingeven at an early hour this morning. While of have been re-enforced by Adelaide heirs at law V. Morgan of Wm.and H.James Morgan W.deceased Morgan. .of.

to the name and to go to the extent of guaranteeing under his engine a push engine ran at the beginning of Janu in and to the following described lands, KtuaU.
lying and being in the said and state
Following these the performance by Panama of against it. Both his legs were cut more. The opinion of the o-wtt: county

I tarried upon the any duty and obligation she may assume off. Dean leaves a widow, a son anda authorities is that additional southwest Commencing corner at a of point the 6.39 nurthwest chains east of the of

,' ary pall-bearers will toward Colombia and exchangeson daughter. The funeral will be held be sent out as soon as the southwest quarter of section 15.quarter township
I this basis between tomorrow. that Herres has risen. Is south,range 22. east thence running north
to the interested
the street
1 par al J5-I'S chains,thence east 649 chains these soutb
\ church where the ties are now in progress. el 5.65 chains. thence west 6.39 chains to the point
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. LOST HIS HEAD. of beginning, containing by estimation tea
be observed. From
i' by acres more or less.
f body will be carried to RUN ON BANK ENDS. I Trunk Found In Woods-A Also beginning at the northeast corner of Ute
Quite a sensation has been causedin Lay Near at Hand. Alvarez grant in township 15. souta. range u,
i place Oakland, east,and running thence south with a magnetic .
remains will be Last of Depositors Paid-Tired Officials !- Birmingham by an alleged case oJ I S. C., Jan. 14.-Two days variation of 3 degrees. 9 minutes east.
Commissioners to 23.69 chains thence west with a magnetic van*'
I tant from the spot Close Doors. bribery. appointed Stephen Howell, of tion of a degrees. 33 minutes north 8 45 chains,
Georgia's confederate Superior, WIs.. Jan. n.-The run on look after the big sewer work hue 16 years old, started out to thence north 33 69 chains, thence east&chains.

I All day long lines the First National bank, which started I demanded an investigation cf the of holly for his mother to of the land point more of or beginning less. containing 20 acre

afalque, the placid, yesterday morning. continued until charge that certain men were paid to her home. He was told costs.Said land being sold CARLOs to satisfy L.SISTRCNK.said decree and

of the dead general, 1:30 this morning when the last of influence them. a negro to do the rough Nau. M ALIKBD, Special Master ta Chancery
The standing committees have been Howell was later seen i-t Solicitor for Complainant.
of the
the profusion savings depositors who had stood
surrounded line named in both houses of the Misslssip ( with a negro who carried
the casket. m many hours, was paid and the
of confederate flags, tired bank officials locked the doors pi legislature and members have got He did not return home, and NOTICE PUBLICATION

Veterans who had tor the night and went home. ten down to steady hard work. A fr citizens have been search-
command large number of bills have been tntr since for him.
Ion's during Several business men of Superior
I "f't strife passed the : who are acquainted with the first bank duced. Qg&A the headless body of the Department of the .Interior. Land Office at

! of the day, each I express surprise at the run on what Stephen Howell, a 18-year-old boy ol found under a holly tree Gainesville }o1a December 21, 1903

, last look at their I has always been considered one of the Columbia, S. C., who disappeared before from Ute city boundary. 1"TOTICE following is named HEREBY settler GIVEN has filed THAT notice THE ot

! AH the offices of I"I strongest financial institutions of the Chirstmas day, was decapitatedHis near by. The negro, who his intention to make commutation proof in
J- support of his claim and that aaid proof will
: ; 'were closed, and northwest.The headless body jvas found Tuesday here, returned to How- be made before Clerk Circuit Court at OcaU,

I i, ture, which was run on the bank was !'esumedthis St. Louis has been selected as the in the afternoon with a I'la., on S
wall during his morning. convention city by the Democratic na holly and collected tile January jotA, /9 o4.
tional committee. via: John M. Monroe of Htidtnlle. Fta.. HA.
Twenty-nine votes
has been draped in Cashier Benson, of the bank, said: his work. 31,669 for the south-west quarter of north-cart
Crowds of visitors "The bank received $150,000 in cur were cast for the exposition city on the young man's mother quarter section 32,township H south, range i3.

cities throughout the last the second ballot. The first ballol "would be along after east.He
rency night from SL Paul and names the fallowing witnesses to prow
mittees representing $200,000 from resulted: New York 6, St. Louis 23, hIS continuous residence upon and culbvatum
Chicago will
reach us of said land via: J. A Manuel, oi DunoeUoa
posts of the United today. We are glad of this opportunity Chicago 27. The convention will b< Fla,; E. M. Turner. of Dunnellon. Fla. 8. M.Kibiack. .
arriving held July 6. Store Is Burned. of Dunnellon. Fla; U. S. Folks of
erans are to prove our ability to meet every Dunnellon Fla,
morial exercises and demand." United States naval authorities at Ga., Jan. 14.-The general 12 25 W. G. ROBINSON Register,
row. Colon appear to be convinced from store of W. J. Marsh at

THE CLALLAM DISASTER. the tenor of the reports which are con in Colqultt county, was de NOTICE.In .

PATRIOTIC tinually brought in, that Colombia ii fire Sunday. morning. The

Upper Part o'f Wreck Is Being Towed determined to send an army to attach to have been robbed the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit

.l Memory of General I Into Port. Panama. as when the fire was dis of Florida, in and for Marion county, ia
priately Victoria, B. C., Jan. 14.-The British Secretary of War Root has issued a by the night watchman" the Chancery, :

Atlanta Jan. 14.- cruiser Grafton has returned from .a statement denying that the government standing open, bat the American Phosphate Company, complainant

men of Atlanta cruise and reports having found the is preparing to send troops ta made such progress that vs. Thomas Palfrecman et*1, defendants

the called meetings of body of Bruno Lehman, the customs Panama or that war is likely betweenthe o( the robbery could nol TT J. herein IS ORDERED named. THAT Thomas THE Palfreeman DEPENDANT Sophie

morial association, of : officer of the Ciallam, off Race Rocks. United States and Colombia. G. Parker. Asa W. Parker. Jr.. Gordon Parker
and Mabel G. Parker b* and they are hereby
ter, Daughters of the Lehman sprang from the upper deck Ex-Congressman Driggs of Srook valued the building at $600 required to appear to the bill ot complaint ta
the Atlanta Chapter of the steamer into a boat which was lyn convicted of complicity in. the of goods at $!!,500. On the the above entitled cause on or before Monday

American Revolution, filled with passengers, mostly women postal frauds has been sentenced to fy had insurance with Carson /tt day of February A.D. 1904.

meetings being that and children and was swept out with serve one day in jail and pay a fine for $5,000. It isfurther ordered that a copy ot this order
might act upon the all in the boat when she swamped, of J10.000. be published race a week for four consecutive
week In the Ocala Banner.
'* trious Gencrar Gordon.The almost immediately afterwards.The The application of Mrs. Bennett for Plunged Into Darkness. Done this December 15,A. D. 1903.

Daughters of steamer Maude has picked up the removal of William J. Bryan aa it Jan. 14.-Hundreds of pas S.Clerk T. SIsTRCNK('.curt:Court.

olution met to the upper part of the Clallam, ana is executor of her husband's will wai incoming trains here today By H.C. SiSTfcCVK, D. C.

tion of General towing it to port. heard in New Haven. Decision wa is by a 'sudden plunge into IL L.Complainant's AaDEKSON Solicitor 12 it

statesman and citizen John Davis, of Nanaimo, made a reserved.A darkness. The transition

his service as United statement regarding a conversation conference of prominent men was daylight seemed immedi NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

and his: l with Captain Roberts by passengerswho held in Washington to torm the basis complete as if the rush was

tlon as the noblest remonstrated with him for not of an arbitration treaty between th* under a mountain. The
manhood.The placing them on the tug Holyoke.: Davis United States and Great Britain.A extended in a circle from NOTICE by virtue of a final decree re.
Ladles' said he believed the passengerswere novel feature of the 01 dared on the joth day of December. 1903. by the
message of the city, the radius be : Honorable W. S. Bullock. judge of the circuit
the oldest patriotic kept on board the steamer to Governor Murphy, of New Jersey is ly of several miles. The court of the filth judicial circuit of Florida Ma
that bail, in the effort to save the property attack the advertising non county. in chancery in a certain case
lanta and one an on many was over an hour. Unusual therein lately pending wherein Edwtm; C.
sacred duty the care declaring that when a dozen passengers signs along railway lines. conditions aggravated by Smith was complainant and Aggie Coldinf et
waited upon the captain and aL were defendants, the undersigned as
ate dead met There has been no change in tht generally accepted as the special master appointed nnder said final decree .
I that they might offer asked why he had not signalled the Far Eastern situation. Either Japaor to execute the same will

place for the general Holyoke for the purpose of placing the Russia will have to yield< in ordei on Monday the lilt day of February. 4. D. ifff,
aboard the steamer between the hours of and a o'clock
the men the captain Stop It ii a. m.
ful to prevent war.
p. m.at the court house doors in the city 01
ground in Oakland, replied: cough or cold may lead Ocala.offer for sale and w sell to the highestand
"1 am running this part of the work. Arrested on Embezzlement! Charge. best bidder for cash the mortgaged premises
might arrange for bronchial or lung troubles. described in said final decree and ordered
cloatlon in the When I see we are in danger I will signal Hannibal, Mo., Jan. H.-The United chances when Foley's to be sold to-wit; The southwest quarter vi
the tugboat to come back. We States deputy marshal Dougherty has section nineteen in township sixteen south
Through the Tar affords perfect secu range twenty east. or so much thereof as maybe
can get there all right. The steameris arrested Albert Cashman postmasterat necessary to satisfy said aecree and costs.
band of women, good for three hours." Stahl, Mo., on the charge of em serious efiecti of a cold. 11 JOS. H. BELL Special Muter

for themselves those .. 'Well,' I said, 'you could have sig bezzlement of funds of the government Drug Store. m

of the confederacy nalled the tugboat and given instruc- amounting to $1,000. This is the firs NOTICE

widows and tions when the boat was alongside.: arrest made under the indictments returned NOTICE -

burying ground at "The captain in reply stated that he by the federal grand fury a! Vf OTICE IS! HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUIr.
I chased and it was wanted to save the steamer; that was Hannibal last week. for Tax Deed Coder Sec 1.' endersigned. as executors and executrix
respectively* the estate of John. F. Dunn deceased -
confederate nbw." of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida.
what he was looking after will on
Since that time they Davis declared the Clallam did not IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Saturday, the xl dtiy oJ July, A. D. ryot
and Tiller. purchasers of Tax
and decorated the remain afloat 20 minutes after this Colonel Charles'Denby Dead. No. 1273.dated the 4th day of April apply to the county judge of Marion county,
Inspiration of the I filed said certificate in my office. Flonda at Ocala. Fla. for the purpose of mating -
) Jamestown, N. Y., Jan. 14.-Colonel for tax deed to issue in final settlement their accounts and fat
taking place '. with law. Said certificate embraces final discharge.
Charles Denby, of Evansville, Ind. described property situated in H. C, DrN (.
Cause of Explosion. United States minister to China during }'. }florida. t -Wlt: W. A. HOCKER.
GATE CITY GUARD of south half section i, township] Executor
St. Louis, Jan. 14.-According to th| the administrations of Presidents AI.ICB E. LAW S

report of the board of engineers who Cleveland and Harrison, died here suddenly land being assessed at the date of 12-25 E1ecu1ris.NOTICE .
Indefinitely Postpones of such certificate in the name of
Its concur in the report'made by the city today. Colonel Denby lectured Unless said certiicate shall be re-

> Atlanta. Jan. 1*.- boiler !inspector, Jaseph Branch, to here last night He was about 70 the i6th to day law.of tax February deed,will A.D.issue 94. SETTLEMENTANDFINALDISCHARGE.OF APPUCATION FOR FINAL S

death of General Comptrolled Player, the cause of the years of age. official signature and seal this the
A. D.
I January 1904.
Gate City Guard has explosion of the Transit company's j s. T. SISTRU K.
v ponad the celebration boilers in the power house at Jeffer- Life Sentence for Newton. Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. NOTICE executor the last will and
,* and Geyer where six testament of JOHN A.COLE.deceased will oa
forty-ninth ann*' son avenues, mea Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 14.-Harry
recently killed, forcing thu Utillatime. the tSOt day of February ..t.1).I .
were was
have taken place ex-convict who killed Home
Nekton an e ...lIcLeana ::::: make cnal settlement of his accounts: sad applyfor
T: the Kimball house on boilers Veyond their capacity and ii- Sam Lacey, Wetumpka, Ala., three --. ...4 ,.,.. fin Uscbarge. Such final settlement ana -
regular firing which let the water $ the Tablet Home Sty Leaoos jroa need eot applica to be made to the county Judge of -
Jan. 19, weeks ast>, was sentenced to life im employment to lean BooUteepiug.' A-nhmeuc. Marion ..* at Ocala. Flonda8296m :
; ?- ,". This was decided too low in one o' tha boilers. which wasunder prisonment. I'D-sic.I.aruo.dC.,T..dClu.dedlDesamiaauoas.Crammir. Rhetoric, Luentura History tjn.CiKulindce. co 1t J. JL LIDDFLLD.

.1' P? regular weekly m ; pressure. .......-. AAken.UUJHS.:: nUUm.Via.v. A.. MILLER.J
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Trial of JURY Maehen EMPANELLED., Geff Broth,., and I C'Swwwwwfw" " " " " " '" " ''f"" " " " '

Otn Irs. ."*"" *\ [
I Wf,dhingtoB: Jin. 13.-The work of I .-..-..Orya' ..
I empanelling a jury in tie trial cf August : -___
{I W Maehen. the (V>ff bniueiaud -0
Dr.. and Mrs. Lorenz oa the caargeof '
conspiracy to defraud the gover..i-at .
In connection with the tale; cf truer I H
box fasteners was completsu to ...y. : THE -
Following the swearing in of the S .
Jury, IOOttl 00
coursed for the defendants moyd --
r that the government elect on \I.;'C1J .II>- --
count the trial would roceed. Dis .
met Attorney Beach j t
opposed the mo
tion on the ground that the sovcra- :
ment was not required! to do so. TEAPOTt
Judge Prtcl! :and said be would not i i I -. .
rule en :ibis: point until after tLj eviL j .
Lance was in. r f ::
JOhn F. Kummler, of Toledo, 0., of
.a. counsel for the Lorenzs, wanted the leer. et 33"AlytaysReliable. _
/ Jury to inspect the Grog: fastener e G ROC E R Y
and started to Fourth in with Assistant a sarcastic Postmaster reference

General Bristow, but Judge Pritch- .......
po.- ._ _
ard stopped
him. with the statement -- e. -0
that it was not the proper time to f -00
submit such evidence. -
The government scored a point a :00
when Judge Pritchard allowed tBepostoffice -
inspectors who are to go on
\ the stand to remain in the room all

the District other witnesses Attorney Beach being excluded.opened for 1 HIGH = SOUNDING LANGUAGE 1 '

the government He recited the serial
counts in the indictment, specific- ...... -
ally defining what is meant by conspiracy -0
and said that the defendants .....
bad been brought into court jj j j

charge the chen long-standing and of the dishonesty.Lorenzs friendship and He their of busif I I I May be the means of some houses to secure business, E| .

ness relations as well as &e dealings p-. "' -0 r'
of the Groffs with the .vmer superintendent --. '

he chen would by the prove of Groffs free the of delivery payment W per and cent to said:Ma-of g but what we want is to tell the people in the plainest .

the price of the fast-iers, a part of
which went to the Lorenzs as inter 0d

'; opening mediaries.Counsel statement for defendants, whereupon waived an adjournment an t1>=-= language that we are absolutely better prepared this E-|

;,: until 2 o'clock was taken. 13 --
Conspicuous among them in the 00

t t.t ';: one court Postmaster of room the was witnesses General former Perry for First the S.Assistant government Heath, E-: season to handle a large list of new customers than 3 00 .\

First Lieutenant Postmaster ( -
General Robert J. Wynne was also i

present congress.as_well as several membersof :;:: we have ever been since our. establishment. e can 3 !,

Elevator From Man Rescues Probable Several Death.Women --- in the Very Best Groceries at the e
New York. Jan. 13.-Blinded and supply you same 3
.. choked H>y smoke from a fire in the
cellar Abraham Gober an elevator c>- ---
man in a Broadway office building --
": ran his car three times from the cellar that in the habit of for "
'": to eight the eighth scrub floor women early who today had, rescuing be- price you are paying vastly 3inferior

come panic-stricken.
As the elevator reached:: the ground EDP-
floor for the third time Gober stag

gered dition.into He Broadway had been in a nearly fainting stifled con. grade as we only handle Groceries. ;i .,

by the smoke and was with difficulty J
revived. ......
I -
Tie actual money loss was small, f
the fire being confined to the basement 8EaeB aSB
Numerous volumes of records ;
... ---
and manifestoes belonging to the --
tt -
Southern Pacific Railroad company, .... --- f

which destroyed.occupied the street floor were EWe are daily displaying some of the many new articles of food that

Police Break Up Meeting.

New York. Jan. 13.-A meeting attended Eve re receiving, To appreciate the variety and quality of this line 3
by two hundred members of
the Housesmiths' union No. 1 has i --- -0

%been captain broken and up 18 by men the police.broke into When the E' you should call add see them We have and give you just what you

hall they found a free fight in pro, ,
ress. One delegate was about to fell -0
the secretary of the union with a E Prices Second to None Considered. 3
blackjack, when the captain seized want Guaranteeing / Quality
hold of him. The delegates were all ..0
driven into the street and prevented Cl "
from returning to the hall. They had 11>- 00
assembled to elect officers and one of -

them suit of said"misunderstanding.the fight started .as" a The re- Eeinember that if yon want Quantity we 1

union is one that was founded as a -.0
{ _
rival of that dominated ,
once by Sam --r
Parks. tfA-- --0 I
+1 i 1

Settles Long Suit. can supply your wants. 3 1

New York. Jan. 13.A suit began L .. '
In 1875 to recover uncollected duties --0 j
has just been settled to the advantageof o- "- .

case the of treasury the government department against It Herrick wasa : IfTOll want Quality we have that too.

Price and others brought to recover .... .
uncollected duties represented ---
by warehouse bonds. The suit was -..
a4.. carried from one court to another .... --ill
Mr. Price and others interested in ....... -.....- I
and connected with the case have j
died but the government kept at it ........ J
and finally has collected $&.000 from '

his heirs.Bond'.--J Issue _Accepted. 1'a-- REMEMBER THAT QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE .",,i .

Washington. Jan. 13.-The war --
fv partment today accepted the pro 0- -CD
al of Harvey Fiske &: Sons of New I I I ___
..... .
f York representing Fiske &: Robinson l land ....
the National Bank of New York I ---
for the entire $7,000,000 bond issue I 1--- -0
of the o Philippine! the purchase government of the on friars account I i E Yours for more and better business --0

land at J107.577. .
..- --_ t i _-- -0
General Reyes In New York. 1/; _
New York. Jan. 13.-General Reyes. I -.
the special Colombian ('n"oy.I.'ho ta: Pr -ells0
"been in Washington some time prsentinj ." : THE TEA POT GROCERY. -
the cause of Colombia, armed 0- --0
i || ., in>ew York today from Washing I -- 00
ton. He was: accompanied by J. DAnsulo. .
General Reyes: is expect
::: -- t
to sail Saturday from this point fc:

%: "Colombia not depart.know but positively said today fien that he he won'm I: ;?4'6'6",1,1,1"6,11161"6' ,, '666'661"661' 6666'66666666'6666666'6'66"6666"66"6"6'' ' " .



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