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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t VOL. XXXVII, NO 27 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 22, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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i ""r"r"r"r"rt1r"r"1'r"'r"r"r"r"'r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"" " " " " Gr The New York Packer, a paper well Dr.McIntosh, who has been visit Confederate Te*. .

'- -- posted in the fruit market, says the ing his daughter, Mrs. D. E. McIver Iu commemoration of the birthdayof

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--- outlook for the price of Florida pinesis for the past few week, returned to his Gen. Robert E. Lee a silver tea was '

., : The Carbo-Magnetic Razor fine. --- home at Hickory: C., Monday.Mr. given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. s Personal

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I 1- If Hon. James E. Broome receives Mason Tison returned Friday Fannie R. Gary, president of the I

r : Needs No Horjing.{ I y as many votes at the primary polls from New Orleans, where he accompanied Dickison chapter, U. D. C. and Mrs.C. Attention

--- --. Efa he is now receiving bouquets he his brother, Mr. Will Tison, A. Liddou at the home of the lat. .

-- I .- : will be an easy winner. who was sent to the Tulane Hospitalin ter. These silver teas are always en-
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",. : joyable affairs and this oue was .
that crty for throat trouble. His par
Mr. B. S. Weathers from
ame up
== ,',,-1j!'tt' : ::: brother is rapidly recovering and Mr. ticularly delightful.The The partners of this bank are
y ; Sold \ Floral City Saturday night; and spent
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grog .. ;' 0'" Tison in the hostesfcs were assisted by Mrs. interested in
== .: ,b" 11< Sunday with his rmnis.Ir.. and speaks highest praiseof the success of its
== 0 ,' :n ; ::: the Tulane Hospital and of the Mallory Liddon and in the diningroom
t Mrs. B. A. Wtathers. He returned to customers and the communityat
-- !". -- physicians in charge. Mrs. D. E. Hannah and Mts.Frank
s ; b. -- his work Monday.Mr. .
Huber had large. Personal attention U i
i charge,one pouring
1s Mr. J. C. Wheeler Was exhibiting a ""f
-- -- and Mrs. J. E. Kitching ant the coffee and the other the tea. given to detail of the
-- every
bunch of
', splendid fruit Friday
-- -- Mrs.Jennie Faust, of Aikin county, grape Their helpers were Misses lola Lid.
which was picked from the Sun:) Crest bank's business.
i
don Johnnie Liddon and Louella
South Carolina arrived in Ocala Monday ,
at Stanton Lake Weir.
grove on
-= I ------ and are the guests of Mr. and I Gary, wbo served the visitors with
1 There were twelve on the cluster
\ }[rR.J. H. Livingston, sr., these delicious beverages and ice

| :iPOSTOFFIGE DRUG STORE. | The location of the new Silver large bloom., bright Grape and fruit this from season the June have !I cream The number and cake.attending this tea was Munroe & Cnambliss,

Prescriptions receive careful attention. ::: Springs & Western depot has now brought an exceptionally high price' Bankers
P 'I _. usually large and quite a sprinkling ,
.-. -: -- been decided upon and work thereon and those who own grove have strucka ,
r of gentlemen were uoticable. : OCALA
will be begun in a few day It will I bonanza. FLORIDA.
I
7lUIIl IUIUIIlIIl111lIIIlIIIIIUIi\ ,jl1jl1ji1jl.11j1\jl1jl1l11jiiliillilllllill1Jll\ S; The contributions were entirely
\ north of the old
be located just depoton
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Clarkson, Mr.
voluntary and will go towards the Pure Eden
North Osceola street. Clarkson's sister Mrs. of New SEED
Sproul, erection of a confederate monument. Melon

Vr. H. B. King, formerly of Dun. York City, and Mra. B. T. Perdue .During the afternoon vocal and
I have for sale a large lot of Pure
formed who went
pleasant party
nellon, but who is now the traveling very instrumental music was rendered by
Eden Melon 8ed. All these seed
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE
Hardware to Silver Springs Monday and from several of the .
representative of the Marion guests.Fifteen were raised in South Carolina and are

Company, started out on his thence to Palatka on the "William dollars were found to have of purest strain. Address 18 St

, LANDS. rounds Tuesday. We wish for him Howard." They anticipated a very been left on the plate, which it is expected "'. B. WARREN,

4 abundant success. delightful trip on the famous Ockla will be gradually added to by Appelton.8. C.
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s I waha and Silver Springs run. other entertainments.

, I Maj. W. A. Blount 1 of Pensacola,

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or has just received a $12,000 fee. It is I 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cutler, formerly Stockholders )Meeting. I [ON( MELON( N SEED[[ FO'LEI '

lease on royalty communicate with him. of this city but now of Ocala, are in The first annual of the
said to be the largest fee ever paid an meeting !
the city on a visit to friends.
I They
stockholders the Central National :
attorney in Florida. Tbi is an

I ) index pointing to the fact that Flori came for the purpose of attending the Bank wag held in the directors room have on hand 600 pounds of the

ceremonies of Kirby Smith Chapter, famous Eden Watermelon Seed whichI
of the bank the 12th instant.
Office next:: to Dr. Smith, robtofficc Block. Ocala,Fla. da ia getting to be a big state. on
U. D. C., and the members of this will sell at reasonable figures if sold
The meeting was numerously at-
The Epworth League gave a de- Chapter were glad to sea them. at once. The Eden Melon ia the beat
attended. Mr. Ford, the president, shipper knowu, and these seds were
lightful "Poetic Tea" Tuesday night Gainesville Sun.
-' read a statement of the operations of selected from large and perfectly

" SiSA ELISABETH mSIS. Local Editor I Seed potatoes for sale. At the Ocala I atthe home of Mrs. G. M. Martin, Several unfortunates were up be. I the: bank since it was opened on the shaped stock. For prices, etc., writeI.
Reed Store. Iwd 13 honor of Edgar Allen Poe, Tuesday
fore the United States court Wednes first of December last, a period of

I HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. All the hotels are now having a being the anniversary of his birth. day and pleaded guilty to the violation forty days. The statement was a very I. F STILL

1 : good list of arrivals.Dr. Mr. E. P. Thagard and Mr. Sidney of that famous statute 3242. The favorable one and a vote of approval Blackvillt, S. C.

.J. J. Tillis was up from Stanton E. Hiller left passed unanimously.The .
for Jacksonville was
R. D.Sistrunk, of Dade City, is Wednesday most pleasing event was the exami

I i yesterday in town tot a few days. to attend the meeting of the nation of Hon. Robert E. Davis, of stockholders then showed their BRANCH'S

"' Ancient and Arabic Order of the Gainesville, foi admission to practice appreciation of the management of
/ Mr. Nathan Mayo, of Summerfield, 3 back
Mr. W. A. from a Mystic Shriners at the Morocco before said -court. He stood a very the directors by reelecting the same Genuine Rattles
in the city Wednesday. a e
\ waa
.. business visit to Waycross, Ga. Temple in that city. fine examination and was admitted.Mrs. board to hold offices for the ensuing

Mr. Maurice Strauss went to Jackson I year. WATERMELON SEED.
Mrs. Wm. Dittmar, of Holder, was
j Mrs. $aSi er and little daughter, who George A. Nash sailed from
1 ,*i \the Wednesday nijht on business.Mr. in Ocala a short while Tuesday. have been tLe guests of Mrs. Robert :New York on the Commanche Sunday : After the adjournment the stock- Only Pure Strain In the United States
holders meeting the directors held a

} H. T. Spencer id entertaining Mrs. W. H. Pike has gone to Lees. Taylor, for several days, returned to I and arrived in Ocala yesterday, meeting for the election of officers, Carefully selected. Kept pure 15 yon Ka
their home at Punta Gorda Tuesday.Mrs. Mra. Nash has been an invalid for other vanety grown on plantation 01 typo ere*.
lives in South Caro. to visit her sister, Mrs. R. D. .

E b.U father, who burg which resulted as follows: Pure seed impossible where different praise
Sasser before her marriage was several years and for the past sixteen are grown.I .
Una. Herbert A. Ford
president George
Mr. Howard Clark is in :.. a or,25 5(lb. K lb.6 tlblay
working Miss Kate Clifford, of Eustis and has months has Been in New York with o isc; ; 400: $; ;
H. Ford, viee-president,F. L. Watson 10 lb.,f 10-Delivered.
t : Mr. C. R. Is enjoying a
Tydinga Clerk of the Circuit Court Siatrunk's been
a frequent visitor here.H. her mother. Mr Nash's many cashier. Send for Seed Annual. "Manual oa Metal
: visit from his mother, Mrs. L. B. office. friends here hope that she returns Culture." toe Remit. by registered letter or
W. Chandler, Frank P. Gadson The names of the directors are the money order.
of Anthony. ie ,
I Tydinga, Mr.John Williamson improving home greatly improved. I M. I. BRANCH
Walker following: ,
Swann and T. L. McCoy arE'III
his cottage in the first wars: by givingit --- Bmtlla 8.
Hannah and little Columbia Co. ,
Blanche
Mra.
t St. Augustine attending the republican One of the most appropriate and Herbert A. Ford, R. L. Anderson,
a coat of paint.Mrs. ,
daughter returned from a visit to conclave in the interest of Marion touching speeches made in Atlantaover Geo. McKay, R. S. Hall, Clarence I

I Mra. Hannah's sister, Mrs. Kamsauer Van Valzab, of Seabreeze, county's republicans. They return the remains of General John B. Camp,J. K. Christian, Geo. Ford. fOLI ; "1OmANDTAR ;

at Palatka, We'dnesday. who formerly lived in Ocala, was a Wedn lay Gordon was that of Governor Jennings If Unwell, Cures Pre, *5 PaMBttUSEABOARD I

visitor here Tuesday.Mr. of Florida. The Atlanta, paper Try a 50o bottle of HERBINE, notice
Dillon Granam, clever young man Dr. and Mrs. Willian Jarman, of
pay him high compliments on his the improvement speedily effected in
= of Ocala, has accepted a position in and Mrs. W. M. Brooks, of :Nashville, Tenn., are spending the well delivered and appropriate remarks in your Appetite, Energy, Strength i

; the office cf the Southern Express Tampa, are in the city, the guests of winter in Ocala and are stopping at and Vigor. Watch how it brightensthe

Company in this city.-Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson.Mr. Mrs. C. J. Phillip's boarding house.Dr. I I over the bier of Georgia's great. spirits, gives freedom from Indigestion AIR LINE RAILWAY
hero. On this, as well as other measures and Debility! m
Sun. aud Mrs. Jar-nan were in Ocala
.,' Frank E. Chase, manager ot as governor, Mr. Jennings has A Postmaster-- --In-'Trouble.- $21.50 Mw Orleans, La., and return, 1

Hllliar the great will give two performances the Cable Piano Company's Jackson. several winters ago and are very I r creditably and well represented FlorIda tickets on sale Feb. 9, to 15 Inclusive
g the Marlon Opera house pleasantly remembered here. Ben}. F. Mountain, postmaster at final limit to leave New Orleans, :
at
vile branch in Ocala abroad. Tami Herald.
was Tuesday. >a
Oriole, in Hernando county, ia in Feb 20, 190-1. Extension to Mar.5,
t account of shortness of time of
on Mr. B. A. Weathers and Miss Lillie may be obtained. J
A of those summonedfor trouble.
and absence of billing Mra. Glow, of Walterboro, S. C., great many .
f' announcing Frost left Tuesday for New York $i6.to Mobil, Ala., and return limiU -
City, in the United States He arrested Marshal
Is in Ocala and is the guest of her jury duty was by Deputy :1
I matter. and conditions same as New Of
sister, Mrs. R. H. Hall. where they go to purchase the spring court, which convened in Ocala yes. H. S. Chambers at the instance of leans.

r' For the past two mouths 'or more and summer goods for the H. B. terday, departed Sunday for that city, Postoffice Inspector F. D. Peer and $13 80 PtMacola, Fla., and return.

Rn. J. C. Porter may not hare been Mr. J, A. Jordan, the hustling Masters store. They will l>e absent in order that they might report on tried before Commissioner David B. Limits and conditions same aa New

aa strenuous as the president but he : Cable Piano representative at Tampa, several weeks and will select a most time at the convening of the court. Williams yesterday charged with Orleans j

nevertheless has been living an "in was in the city Tuesday. elegant line of goods. The list for the present term drew embezzling funds of the U. S. gov f 11.95 Atlanta Ga., and return.Ticket j
o on sale Feb. 21 and 22 limited returning r
tent" life. Fatal kidney and bladder troubles heavily on the citizens of Gainesville, ernmentand was held to wait trial,
Among the pleasant winter viiitonto to Feb. 27,1904. Extensionmay
t about can always be prevented by the use than dozen having been hit bond fixed at foOO.MEBflOHEY .
[ The fire alarm waa sounded of Foley's Kidney Cure. Postoffice Ocala are Mrs. Thomas, of Greenville more a being be obtained to March 31,1904fOLmIlOmANDTAR.

f t half past twelve yesterday. The fire Drug Store- m 8. C. and her daughter. Mrs. drawn for the two Juries. They took TM

was in the roof of the kitchen of Mr. ,The many friends of Mr. John W. Thomas is the wife of the editor of the matter good naturedly a rule, for cArrd"..r ....ar.... As ..rte.' 4to*>.tba cough and heal lunar

., J. B. Carlisle's home on South Third Pearson will be sorry to learn that he Greenville Courier. They are stop- however, and made their departurewith -'

; to.- street. No damage to speak of was has! been quite sick for the past few ping at Mrs. C. J. Phillips, on South light spirits Gainesville Sun. 1

f-fdone.. day Third street. Mr. Charles P. Haycraft, of Fellow- SILK SALE I '

Mrs. B. T. Perdue returned Wednesday Mr. W B. Taylor, of Gainesville: The many friends of G. H. Hausan, ship, paid this office a pleasant call

from Palatka, where she went passed through Ocala Tuesady afternoon engineer L. E. A W.R. R, at present Saturday. He says that :Mr. John G. _

-run.f living in Lima, 0., will be pleased to Reardon never'said better truer -
Silver
by way of the Springs en route for a business visit to a nor
1' know of his from threatened
< V" Ste returned by rail and the rest of Tampa.The recovery thing than when he said Florida's BEGINNINGMONDAY
kidney disease. He writes: "I was
w the party returned home yesterday. appearance of the Baptist cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure, great need is more white farmers.

She reports a very delightful trip. church is wonderfully improved by which I recommend to all, especially That in his neighborhood, which ia

Miss Addle Hughts, an attractive the new fence just completed Mr. trainmen, who are"usually similarly recognized as having the riches JAN. 25TH,
similarly afflicted. Postoffiee
Charley Phillips. Drug farming lands in Florida, that the
' South Carolina belle arrived in Store. '
m \Ve Will Sell .
I negroes are abandoning; them for the ,
Ocala yesterday from Trenton, S. C. I Mrs. M. E. Provine. of Kilmichael, The United States court continuedits turpentine and phosphate Regardless of Cost,

and will spend several weeKS with Miss.,arrived in Ocala Fndry to visit, session camps Our Entire Line of
The
Tuesday. grand jury mines and that the white farmers in
Misses Eulalee and Eloyse Izlar on her daughter, Mrs. S. L. Bitting for in
brought several true bills. Out of
elf defense are almost compelled to

Carolina Heights. tne winter. eieht considered during the morning move into towns or go into other SILKS AND SATINS.We .

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. O'Hern are Mr. J. W. Fant, of Morriston, was session there were seven true bills business for the want of laborers,

few residents of this city. They are a pleasant caller at our office :Mondayand found. The cases being consideredare White tenants could do well for them.l must close out this line at once in order to keep from car-
. rying it over. You can easily save 50 cent. by buying
per your
for
for the continuation the mostly the violation of that .
stopping at Mrs. flatchell's, formerly paid and make it profitable for the Silk and Satin from us.

the DeWeese house on Ocklawaha weekly visits of this paper for the statute which is becoming so familiarin land owners as the farms are already

avenue Mr. O'Hern is a traveling year. He has been a subscriber to the United. States criminal.circles, fenced and ready for the plough and

the Banner' for more than two de- viz: 3242, selling intoxicating The Boston Store g.
a q .,inan and Is''among the 'many"wbo says it is saddening to see hem ,
liquors without a license.
cades. deserted
1 make Ovals headquarters. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, OCALA, FLORIDA.

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''i 'AGE TWO THE OCALA BANNER

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Reading Club. A Marion County Bay Seeking HonorsIn GAITERV.UC.

Pains in", the Back The above orgauiZMlion held their i i* Hillsborottgh.Wn STRAUSS & CO.

Are symptoms of & weak, torpid or Gait rvill-ii wide awuk nowadays :
regular weekly meeting Tuenday ,
'r nolirr with pleasure that W
Itlgn&nt condition of the kidneys '1'be f"'llIerlllre! all very busy preparing '
liver, and are a warning it is extremely afternoon with Miss Meta Jtwett. B. Dickeusou is a candidate for the OCALA FLORIDA,
for HIP cmuio{ season. Oat plant-
i hazardous to neglect, eo important The meetings this year are very pleasant office of county sup rlutendent of

*'is a healthy action of these organs. all the members being greatly public instruction of Hillsborongh lug i* in full blast and from the Dealers.STRAUSS' -
Wholesale
They are commonly attended by loss interested the German literature county. He is a Marion county boy, amount planted here this year there arjd Retail Liquor .

of energy, lack of courage, and some- will be plenty of work during May,
that Is
being studied As a little digression former Banner and
a correspondent
times by gloomy foreboding and de- the rvetiug season.
pondeney. at this meeting Mrs. Todd formerly one Marion county's moat
Senile of the farmers here are talking -
"I bad palm in my back, could not sleep read an address on Germany that was successful. and prominent teachers. !% '
wo much about their watermelon r.V
sad when
I
got in the
up morning felt delivered
by Rt-v. W. W. DeHart
We well remember his work as principal -
worn than the
night before. I began taking I i I crop that I hear they awake themselves ..
Hood's Sarsaparilla arid now I can before the Woman's Club at Tampa of one of our high schools, dur- -
sleep and get up feeling rested and able to I''I Bering chk-keLS out of their
do my work. I attribute my cure entirely several weeks ago. iug the times served a chairman
to Hood's Bamparllla. Mas.J. N. Pun ', melon pdt h.s.
care H. 8.Copeland, Pike Road, Ala. Thearticleiwas): published iu the'. of the board of, public\ instruction,
Bristol
Mr. Mitchell Stokes, of ,
Hood's Sarsaparilla Tampa Tribune. It was a very excellent !1 aud the'high; 'esteem in which I.e was
Kla., is again in our midst. Mr.tt. I X L -

and Pills and instructive address and I j!'I held by sid board. 'Ihe quality of gas In Gait-rville a few months last

Core kidney and liver troubles relieve was very much enjoyed by the Ocala his: vvoik, hisckill and tact iu the
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I year and while here: felliu love with
< the back,and build up the whole.y em. club. 1!! school management, together: with
Gaitervnie or its people or may tie it [REGISTERED]
The regular study for the afternoon I the interest lie arous d iu M-hool work ,
I.tlp Year lance. WHS.only just one. I don't know, but
was Erasmus and Mrs, J. J. Geng :y on the part of pupil and patrons,
The younger society men were complimented all the name, he is here and we are
had an excellent paper telling fully : gave promise that he would become BALTIMORE RYE
by the girls of the glad to welcome him.
younger of his| life and work. },{rs. Gerig's i I one of the foremost educators of the
set with a very delightful dance last Mr. George Bridges, ot Dunoellou,
papers are always bright and Interest- state. We are glad to see that he is
night was in Gaiterville Sunday Il FIVE YEARS OLD.
ling and this one waa no exception. seeking a larger field for the exerciseof !
x The dance was a leap year one, the I Miss Abbie Stokes is euflering from
I The next meeting week will be with
his
)..* girls asking the boys to be their ability. an attack of fever this week. Wears !i !
Mrs. McKean.In .
George
Our state formerly 1t411101l the southern -
hear this aud wish
to
escorts and also making engagementswith i : very sorry

them for the dance numbers a Raw Line of Buslnais. states in publio education. Ten for her a spe_dy recovery. iI <

alone excepted, but there baa been a
which there were sixteen and a It may not be generally known that BLITCH rOM. !

couple of extras. Mr. S. A. Standley bought a colt re- perceptible retrograde movement in 'OURDelicered ffl
and need men $2.90 >
recent we young
The dance waa given at the armory cently which promises to developinto i years Our school had the pleasure of having f 'p' ,,
of taleut, of aud of thorough,
and Mr. L. Goodsall and .Mr.: L. a racing record breaker aa a energy our county superintendent call onus

Fishel played the violin and piano trotter. practical training to fill this mostiuiporiaul luesday. Prof. Cam has provedto V I T Bottles,
i of all our offices, and .. qua I V 11 O
respectively. The dance began at Perhaps there is no better judge ofa bo an effrcieut superintendent and p' Deltcer'd e
again maKe our beloved state the
8:30 o'clock with the grand march led horse anywhere than Mr. Standley. pupils of every school appreciate his p
leader in common school education. 11 !
by Miss Pauline Sullivan and Clifford HA has a natural gift in that direction calls. .iiu

Anderson. The other couples dancing and is an expert. Our young friend is well fitted to Willie Marlow was in the Brick --

were Miss Louise Scott with In the colt meet the requirements of this all City Saturday.Prof. .
He old a half interest ir-
John Sullivan; Alice Bullock and Tuesday to Messrs.! Clark and Ray for important position in the fullest man- Overhultz went to Hawthorneand

Harry Palmer Miss Eloise Miller and ner. He received hi* training in our
; $500 and the animal was turned over preached there Bnnday. 1

: Bennie Condon; Miss Annie Mae to Mr. !Sprague at the stables of the I I public schools; the Florida University Mr. J. T. Burgess was tn Ocala

Htandley and Arthur Clark; Minn Ocala Race Course Association and and the Southern Normal University i Monday.Mr. Orders Filled Same
of Tennessee he has added Day Received
Florrie Condos and Albert Miller to .
; will be put under thorough training. E. L. Ferguson was in Ocala
> Miaa Jessie Palmer and Emmett this training five years of practical .
The colt will make a trial of speedon Tuesday accompanied by his daughterMiss :
:, Robinson Miss Louise Harris and teaching in our public schools giving '-" .
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; the Ocala track later on and if she Aris. i

+: Robert Mathews; Miss Gertrude developes according to expectation, him the experience that good pre- Dr. Blitcn made his regular visit to ,

F Peyser and tWo T. Wheeler; Miss will be entered in the famous trotting paration needs to make. thoroughly, Ocala Tuesday. f

Edna Dozier and Dell Moody. courses during the summer. practical and competent teacher, who Our B. Y. P. U. is in 8 flourishing I %Y' s

; I The chaperones were Mrs. Peyser, know the needs of our schools and condition with Mr. Roland Blitch as
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i: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller, Mrs. John Mr. and: Mrs. Sistrunk Entertain the ability and courage to remedy president. i

; Dozier, Mrs. Condon and Mrs. Perry. Friday night :Mr. and Mrs. M. T. existing evils and push proper reformsto Uncle Nan Armstrong visited

The thirst" of the happy dancerswas Sis:>trunk entertained at a small pro- successful conclusions. Crystal River Sunday; riding through _

assuaged between the dances i gressive whist party. :Mrs. Sam Reed, He comes to from a family of mark ou horse back. it

with a delicious fruit punch. of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Mrs. W. I ed ability, the Craw fords of Georgia, 1 I1 ,

M. Brooks,Tampa, who are visiting LIFE AT {
This dance was one of the: most a name not without honor in our own BELLEVIEW. -

.- pleasant affairs ever given by the Mrs. Nelson, were the guebts of honorat state. From our knowledge of him -

", young crowd and will loug be remember this very pleasant attair and Mrs. we have every reason to believe that Dar. Amzi BaumaH leaves Fridayfor <>, ',

d by the merry participants.United Brooks was fortunate in winning the much of the spirit of his distinguish- his home in Danbury, Conn., after

greatest number of games so she was ed ancestors has fallen ppon him and a month's sojourn here.

States Court. rewarded with a bouquet beautiful that be will Loner the county and Miss Julia .PlAynt: left Saturday for i.i

The regular winter term ot the carnations. Mr. John Mathews won tate by a faithful aud able administration Ocala to assume the duties of trained

United States court for this city met the gentlemen's prize. nurse for Mrs. Tidd.
of the duties of any office to
Monday, Judge J. W. .Lock preside and Mrs. Sistruuk's Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. guests were which he may be chosen. Success to Mrs. E. W. White, of -4 SOLD BY ALL DEALERS

'. 11\3. Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. E. K. you old friend. We have faith to Pitt burg, Pa., arrived Saturday for 1e

There were present J. N. Stripling, Nelson, Mrs. J. J. Williams, Misses believe that if Hilisborough county the remainder of the winter.

; district attorney; Richard P. Mark, Gertrude Pereda, Eulalee Izlar, Edith makes you superintendent of public Owing to the accident to a freight

; assistant .district attorney; ,John F. Piatt, Louella Gary, Annie Atkinson, Instruction you will make Hills- train at Polly's mill Saturday, the

Horr, marshal; W. N. McCormickand Messrs. E. T. Helvenston J. J. Williams northbound S.A. L.
'1 borough the banner county, educationally : passenger was

Hampton S. Chambers, deputy J. H. Mathews, C. L. Anderson of the best state south of the obliged to make Belleview the dinner Special Sale !

marshals; E. D. Dodge, deputy clerk; and Dr. W. H. Powers. 'otomac. point instead of Ocala and for awhile

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Miss Katharine Pillsbury, office things: looked lively.

deputy and H. H. Eylea, court critr.i The Ocala Elks. We bad a very interesting visit Saturday Dr. Absbire spent a few hours Sun After taking our annual inventory we find that we
The Ocala Lodge No. 851, B. P.
Judge Locke delivered a very practical 0.1 from Mr. R. F. Rogers, the new day with his daughter, Mre. J. A. have moreMen's.
EL have issued elaborate
and impressive charge to the very superintendent of the Marion Convict I.ucui

grand jury and E. C. Smith, of this Lions for a "smoker" on the eveningof 'arms. He had just come from the Mr. Karl Gardner, who has been ill

city, was selected foreman of this January 26th. express office, where he had received Ladie's and Boy'sREADYMADE
for the past two week, !is slowly re
This will loe the formal opening of
body. four barrels of pecau nuts, which he
covering.
to the illness of Assistant the Elks Hall, which will be com I
Owing mends planting. The Farms have
The Ladies Aid Socity of the M. E.
in time for tim
pleted event.
District Attorney Mark very little already a number of acres planted in church are preparing for a music GARMENTS
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The old Xe Butt hall has been en
business was transacted aa District Ibis nut and )they expect to have a to be given Friday evening in the
tirely rem:xtelled and refitted and
Attorney Stripling was confining large orchard. The convicts are busy town ball. JOSH.

with the grand jury. elegantly furnished for the Elks elearinglaudaud will add this jr .._-

lodge rooms.: There h a ball room, a THANKS. Than we care to carry over. So as to make room
! But Liniment on Earth, about two hundred acres, which will
dining room, billard room and cloak for our spring goods we will sell all of the abovementioned
Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City planted with various experimental
goods at practically own
price.
rooms and will be one of the most We desire! to express our sincere your
Water Work, !Shulhburg, Wis., crops. Mr. Rogers says that he vx- .
writts: "I have tried many kinds complete lodge rooms in the state. llectlito plant about 40 acres of tea, thanks to those of ojr friends who assisted Come and save money,

liniment, but have never received Great preparations are being made in trying to save our household
Island cotton and for this l purpose has
much benefit until I used Billard's for the 'smoker." It will be a full roods iu the fire which destroyed our

Snow Liniment for rheumatism and drev* aiiiir and the Ocala I Elk are sent to the islands fcr the very beet home and tflVctt last Saturday morn- The Boston tore
pains. I thick it the best liuinuut seed procurable. He, will take especial
expecting a huge time. lug. Also those who have remembered ,
on earth." 25e, 50o and $1 bottle at pains with this cotton and hope
---- OI'J It\ HOrSK 11 LOCK, .\ .\. I'l.OUIDA.
with All of
us pesent' our
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Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Ty-
Takeoare of the stomach and the to make it au object lesson to the
I dln&s &Co. mAn kitchen fixtures aud furniture and
i farmers this section and he thinks
health will take care of itself. If people -
i about two-thirds of our household
I
Elegant Supper. It will be the
best
only nalized the soundness mouey making
that
The Carmichael & Sou Co., hare statement the majority might live to crop on the farms. In the cuur-e of a. i: goods and clothing were a total less.. Ili, nr"r,IiI,,,Ili,,",,,rnrnr nrnnunr-r,,,,,,,, liliilllllliliiliiliill'i!
restaurant Also dwelling, kitchen anti mioakhous. : -
tlegant over
opened an ,
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good: old age like Moses, "the eye undimmed few years Superintendent liters -
their store on the east side aud the the natural force unabated" believes that the Marion Farms iu all .*. : You Will Be Safe in Trusting to

event was (celebrated Tuesday with a 1.It is In the stomach that the blood is (Mit. AND Macs! ) W. L.MAHTIN. -
will head
I respects the list of model r y
spread. Oysters in made. It is from the stomach that Pine, Fla., Jau. 18.
magnificent alii farms in Florida.Mr. .
styles, sand witches, salad, coffee, nourishment is dispensed to nerve | EXPERT PIANO DEALERS ji
and muscle. If the stomach i-t weakit NoMeetlngof Council Tuesday Night
cigars, etc. Everything free and Will Cox, representing tbc -
can't do its'
whole work for each
t Owing to the fact that AUermttn
many plates were served. The event part of the body. If it is diseasedthe Florida Meat Packing establishment,'' | With Thirty-Three Years' Experience. 2
Weathers bad gone to Sew York,
was an enjoyable one. disease will taint the nourishment left yesterday for Gainesville in the --
which is distributed, and a<> spread Alderman Ford to Alabama. Alder- -
The Jordan: river stones, which are interest this growing concern. Mr.
l'j' disease throughout the bo],. It was man Jones WAS sick and Alderman r ..
fount the Cox has been with the con for
at pony -
to line the baptismal cathedral
the realization of the importance or Chace was detained! at home hy sickness ONLY THE BEST : f
: at Washington are ou their the stomach as lbs very center of some weeks and has made a ouvats in his family, the council last F I i

I Vi'ayto this country. The stones were health and the common source of of the central western and southern
: night failed to secure a
brought from Jerico to Joppa by caravan disease, which led Dr. Pierce to prepare portion of the state and lia" u>rt with juoruiu. | PIANOS AND ORGANS 1
his "UoldEn Medic..llJi"t'ry.1t There will be a calle.l meeting for I
J. } and were delayed by heavy success far bond his moy nanzuine
'.\;,I "Diseaws which originate in the nextTufwUy night at which time -

flood stomach must be cured through the anlkipatious. He saho nods a Major EJ waidV message will be read IE -..... 3 i'
;' t "The nicest and pleasantest medicine blomach." The soundness of this ready pale not only for tbc splendid; 1- _- 'r
and considers and President Gates'coaimitttte
K I have used for indigestion and tbeory Ii provta every diy by cures o f Seal hams and shoulJers that bis firm

tn_ constipation is Chamberlain's Stom diseased orgAn, heart, iiver, lungs, ia making a specialty or but he is also will be anuounc d. \\1 LUDDEN WILL SMITH CO. J
? ach and Liver Tablets," says iMelard blooJ,-bv hc use of the "Discovery1 i 1, I
selling large quantities of ;usige?, The market reports from New York .
F. of N. Y.
Craig, Middlegrove, rblcu is tolely and singly a medicinfor e
lard and other products put by it. that the demand is for Florida (
up
"They work like a charm and do not the blood and organs of digestionand nay

x gripe or have any unpleasant effect.\ nutrition. It is a temperance I In selling these Florida home made grape fruit. Its place I* s 3 well fixed Headquarters Jacksonville, Fla.

} For sale by Anti-Mouopoly Drug: medicine containing no alcohol," products Mr. Q>x Bays is like selling that it cannot be side tracked by E

Store. m whiskey or other lnfonc nt8.t I hot cakes and he has and easy snap shipment from any other section. I I 1 1 1 1
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VOL. AXXVII, NO 27 OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR
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I I CALLED 5IBII!TO REST. MEMORIAL SERVICES Men Capable of Earning


TREOLO This community wan inexpressibly Dr. Lindsay Delivers Beautiful. Tribute ,:

. ; saddened by the announcement of I to the Memory of Longstreet and

t Go rd or.. to Year.
.. $1,000 $3ooo a
the death of Mrs W, B. Fuller which .
r Dr. W. C. Lindsay, pastor of the 1
occurred her home ID this city Tu...,,-
/ Presbyterian chur.-h. preached. very Traveling Salesman, Clerk, Merchant-No Matter What
I
day afternoon at one o'clock. beautiful sprninu Sunday uuoruing in Your Present Business! \

'I Mrs Full-rhid b-eu a patieut sufferer memory of the Houtli'd fallen heroes, I
fur rtcvrral luouiha bun A aDiz..tlon of the of .
Monday complete nor producing department the company
, Gn. Lougbtreet and Geu. Gordon j
I: JA in this section affords a chance for a few good men. Eight vacancies
i bad rested wrand]! Tuesday ,
she
} : night number of the Daughters of the m the agency' frcin this rich territory remain open for men of character

. morning was feeling so strong Confederacy loud a remnant of the and ability. You can find out by writing whether it will be worth )Olll'hilP'to
, ii \\ make a rhitnge. No previous eiperieuce is necessary. A court of
that her
rrc was confidently
very ft'dt'rate'veter..ul marched to the professional instruction given free.THE .
., much that her husband I s
predicted) w -
church in a body and occupied front

". I with his wife's blessing and seats. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, n

; benediction returned to the mines t
t The Confederate veterans who at-
with light heart and in bouyant Richard A. McCurdy, President,
, .. fk''fAbsolute 't-udtd the services included the following
, y
. ,.. spirits, but towards noon a relapen
Gen..R., Bullock G.
bt.
: hJ.
Has Paid icy-Holders Over 620 Million Dollars.
curred and at one o'clock her
: !/ ; gen tf. Hubhard, Hon. C. M. Brown H.

\ "' THERE NO tie spirit was borne away by \hlingt'ls C. Gate, D. A. w 1:1.: r, P. H. Morris, George T. Dexter
,
to tint "not mule with
city
D. E. WhrUpu, Johu Pasteur, E. T. y
I bauds eternal in the heavens." Sup't of Domestic Agencies.
William W. l'. Jest' rd. J. H. Livingston
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: I 32 Nassau St., New York, N. Y.
; SA2A: ELIZABETH HAB .IS. Mrs. Fuller was the daughter ol
; sr J H. Kennedy, Frank I

, ., Mr. and Mrs W. M. Martin and was Harris and Dr. Mi I lnt.,sb,of Hickory, I
t HAPPENINGS ABOUT born in Alabama about thirty six!! F.C.

I 1 years ago. Dr. L'ndsay'd! text was takes from
MIllS Delia Strange, of I She came to Florida with her parents '
the 5th and tilt versus of the 84th
[ is visiting\ Mrs. T. D. Bryan.Mr. I about and
I twenty years ago was 4>
II Psalm, viz: Iu whose heart: are the
I married to Mr. W. B. Fuller in the
I F.J. TUcoinb, of highways Z on; passing! the valley JUST RECEIVEDOUR

I a pleasant visitor to Deal Presbyterian church iu this city m of weeping, they mak.* it. a place of

1887. springs." I
"Yankee Bill" Smith, of The marriage! was an exceedingly
The able divine made hid remarks
was visiting his Ocala ( happy one and was hltssed with three FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston
fit the of the text.
/:! eloquently beauty lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United
children Miss
L day. Eugenia aged l6j
; The truth's "Zion" the
was cause States.. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg
.< Dr. W. H. Powers William Henry aged ten, and Annie which was I lost and the pacing the Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm

sional visit to !SUuton Beutou,agtd 4. "vallpyof weepiug" was the South' and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .
Mrs. Fuller was member of the sure to see or write us before you buy your Early
noon. after her furled and
struggle flag was
Corn for
Presbyterian church mid was a consecrated spring. =
the successful ettorU of these two I
Col. Avery, (ormerly'or u

but now of Tampa, was and consistent Christian, a great heroes in the healing of the

Ocala Saturday. loving wife, a devoted mother and scars of war and cementing the sections -

., mss loved and admired by all who in brotherly love, make tbeI j i I The OcalaSeed Store
' s I Mr. W. F. Marlow, the knew her.
present years "H place of springs."
f 1: representative at. The sympathy of this communitygo
Dr. Lindsay paid a very glowing I
among the many pleasant out iu tenderness to the abed
eulogy to the stubborn bravery of .
oar office Saturday., parent, the loving brother, the
Longsireet and the matchless gallantry -
stricken husband and, the borrowing
r
Mr.W. M. BrOOkS, and of Gordon.

t' after a short visit in Ocala I children in affliction, anl ex- He said that the south would live
the that the All S. A. STANDLEY LEEMILLER
hope
pn as : Seeing
in the deeds
L E. K. Nelson, returned to of devotion of these
l at Tampa Sunday. Oue who "tempers the wind to the illustrious men. That: Lee in affectionate -
i" shorn land," will crud his (.,muster endearment referred to Long- S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

Ocala is becoming one to them iu this ad hour
of their bereave -
i : street as his "trusted war horse" and

gest horse markets in ; ent. that LouK,treel's jame would never Livery Feed and Sale Stable
Horses, mules and cows
The funeral took place from the perish from the south's emblazoned
4
shipped here in car load late residence Wednesday afternoon at ,
ft scroll of fame.Referring .

I f. Mr. Albertus Vogt 3 o'clock and the remains now rest in to Gordon's death he We carry the most completeline (!
.
t Saturday. He has I'I Greenwood cemetery eloquently said: "The south is In of Harness, Saddles, etc r

I from Washington Dr. W. C. Lindsay conducted the tears. 8he sits like Nioble over her -
; I funeral strvicrs in central Florida, and will give
slaughtered children the
hU person an autograph I weepiug--

the president about his Death of Mrs S. 0. Morgan.Mw. II grave in which sleeps her patriot, our patrons the very lowest ,

Uno.r Morgan, wife of Mr. S. G. statesman,hero, Chiistian. Hr altarsare prices. We are thoroughly

Mrs. E. H. Swain, Mrs. Morgin.passei away Monday night at wreathed iu cypress, her flags are equipped for fitting out turpen-

." Charlie Swain, of )Iu.olce 7'JO, at the Marion County Surgical dioop-, her drums are muffled. The
soul of Gordou is with God but his tine and lumber teams, gear,
will be
I rived Friday and Hospital after an illness of about ten r ea
Mrs. W. A. days name is enshrined in the hearts of the wagons, etc. '

I people of a reunited land. A gallant
r' H. 8, Smith for the She had undergone a surgical operation -
: Times. hero indeed is Mien. The south need We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers Y
winter.-Sirasota but in her weakened condition
not turn to Marathon nor Tbl'rll1o'pylae and Fann'Wagons.
The prevention of was not equal to the shock. Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine
to find warriors who have
: entirely a question of : Mrs. Morgan was a native of St. North Side Court House. Ocala. Fin '
wreathed with unfaded
f the proper treatment in Thmoas, Ontario, Can., but has beena their brows 3
cbaplets, nor search the storied arch-
Is adapted to -
; ing eo resident of this city for ten years,
lung troubles as Foley's ives of Spartan valor for names that
L ,
-_ and leaves many, warm friends to OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA
Tar. Puslofflce! Drug were not not born to die. We need
i mourn her departure, all of whom
The regular monthly deeply sympathies with the grief not decipher the moss grown cenotaphs FLORIDA._ I

of Rome to find the names of -
the ladies of
glten by stricken husband.

i.,.' teriaa church was held at The funeral was held at 4 o'clock those who ,carved their way to glory iL BOILERS ENGINES
and went from the battle and the
.. of Mrs. Robert L. 'Wednesday afternoon from the homeof up

afternoon. It was the deceased on North Second street burning of their "homes among the Pipe and Fittings to 12in., Valves, Pumps,
f' btars." Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Belt-
and was a very pleasant and Rev. H. W. Little, of Grace line of z
Pulleys Bolts general
Dr. Lindsay ended his tribute to ing, ,
Lucile Lindsay Episcopal church, of which she has
Miss Gordon by quoting the beautiful and :31 ILL AX1I MIXING SUPPLIES. F
been member from chilbood
ten of her little girl ( a early appropriate written by Capt.
peem
performed the last sad rites.
her
it being
afternoon
Jack Crawford that recently
Miss Lucile is the oldest Christening Service. ed in the Atlanta Constitution.appe.uI I IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS

Dr. and Mrs. W. C. i Sunday afternoon at three o'clock Remembering the deeds of these All KINDS OF MACHINE WOPK

very bright little girl. christening services were held at the I great men, embalming all that is ---- -- --- '

a great tlUCC' a and her Presbyterian church. I
in
heroic in action, pure patriotism, I

the afternoon most : The seven year old son of Mrs. lovely in virtue, and sublime in

Mr. C. II. Mathis Straughan, of West Virginia, who ia Christianity, will sweeten and blossom C. I. G R ACE.

I. Blackville. C., arrived the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lindc&y, in the ages yet to come. The

Wednesday, Mrs. Mathis i and. the little ten monthsjold/ adopted south still lives. The republic is one Successor Dealer to Central In' Lumber Co.

daughter of Mrs. C. C. Todd were and the men of the south, believing #
the remainder of the : and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried Flc-oringCeilin
I the guest of her sbter, :\ baptised by the minister, Dr. W. C. the divinity of humanity and the Rough and Siding, Lathe, Shingles, and Brick. (
Lindsay. The former christened is
Limerick. )[r. Mathis was example of her heroes, marching Manufacturer of

Ashby Straughan and the latter forward to a sublime goal. Aa in the Columns Door and
after his Newels
Ocala to look Turned Ballusters, Casings, ,
Katharine Birton-Todd. Little Miss in the future she shall furnish
; past so Seats SChOOl
Lion at that point.- Window Frames, Mantels Church Pulpits,
in Jacksonville Metropolis.Mr. Barton-Todd was a picture of baby the nation with a noble band of lead- Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constancy

J. A. DeWeese beauty in her christening dress and ers in literature, art, politics and receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities aM

she behaved most amiably. Christian living.
Mail orders attended to
t' ington, Ala., yesterday sizes.
. 8&1 : Quite a number of people were Passing through "the valley of promptly,3 i
traveling
position as
t} present. Appropriate songs were weeping" our men and women, living
H. E. Bucklen Medicine .
,. sung and prayer offered and the noble, lovely, helpful lives, will makeit --
t. been CREAM
Mr. DeWeese has WHITE'S
Medicine ( service was a very pretty and impressive "a place of springs.
Chamberlain w ORMSfERMIFUCE! !
'. 1 same capacity for the past one. ,
, For a bad taste in the mouth take a
; and i" well known to
,: Pneumonia and La Grippe. few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach Jnos.a
newspaper man in the For 20 Years Has Lod all Worm RsMedisse 1
; plt.eed.ll this campany'u : Coughs cared quickly)by Foley's and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. DT AoL :DR'D'GG%are.ti'repaeed .
and Tar. Refuse substitutes.. Warranted to cure. For sale by AntiMonopoly '
t in this territoiy. He will Honey by- ..--. JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Lou''s.
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CHEAT BIBLE CONFERENCE .
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fOR. GAINESVILLE. y {r z &
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Everybody Wants m!

amber of tte Most Rited.:People:ef

} the World Lines Will ia their Participate.Respective Get Yours First !


To the Editor of the OcaU Banner. .

Great preparations are now being .

made by ,the citizens of Gainesville
We refer to the pretty line of Comfortables we are
for the Winter Bible Conference. now showing. We have them from the very cheapestto

This conference b on the order of the best. Prices have been cut to the marrow

Jforthfield, Winouab Lake and lit 4F within the past few days, and you 'will miss a splendid
opportunity to get several nice pieces of bed covering .

Jake Park summer conferences. All F W- : at a low price if you fail to come. in and inspectthe
the chnrcbea
the
city are enthusiastically line we are offering.

interested and the citizens _

have erected a splendid auditoriumfor ,
art
for the conference, seating three

thousand. J. A. PITTMAN $ SON.

Among the speakers who will take

put in the conference are many well "Tlje Corner furniture Store."

r known and able men. ,

Dr. W. Backstooe OCALA, FLA.HUBBARD.
1 .. of Chicago, one

one of the greatest bible students in -

our land, especially. great In prophecy, I

Swill: lecture on the ":3I DS of the -

Times &tan and His Kingdom"

"The Restoration of the .Jews," I & MAGDUFF

uE anse1iutluQ of the World in SCENE ON THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER.

This Generation," and other subjects.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
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He carries SOl worth of maps. Itt ------ .,;
is well worth of the Lutheran the Cost of the Yellow Dog. We are indei.it-u to Hon. A. C.
a trip across the continent ginia, is m-un>t-r

to hear thU spirit-filled man. church. He resigned the practice What does the south pay for the Croom comptroller, for bis r. port AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE

Dr. David Vaughn Gwilyni, the law to pr..ach tli- Ala+pel l. and has met i i privilege and pleasure! ( ?) of keeping dated January 11904. It shows the
_ultr. He will. preach. at .
with
eloquent Episcopal rector of New the cour..r..l\1'e.great I the yellow dog How much is the entire transactions of his office for the S9t\at. flr 55 t1CH.to .

York 'prosperity of the south retards by i fiscal year ending DeCeiuU-r 31, 1903. e e
City, will give bin remarkable Prof. Oliver Arnold, of Boston, j'chorUur '" 4' rv.a
I
of lecturers hilt presence? j It shows very happy condition of Ipr. e e
course on the "Interiorof !: and suloUt, will conduct the j jlinking. t.o.; n
The superficial 1I. of the south is our finances. In ]&71 1873 the J r
the Kingdom,"aLto on "Arnoa; and 1bh now tr..iug a chorus j ia j ana 34'c tt n. ht
Hosea." We have never heard more couference. little over 800,000 tquare miles. Its | state i issue-l Glands aggregating $1,- nm. I I :;I Ve. -I-sTs
for the ;
of I! VI'UlY'uilt' :e'J'L ra
wonderful lAud deeply spiritual lectures ttteetive soils are adapted to the growing of 275OOUorltowiug i uteri si respectively $ 'iResvlar
Prof. Arnold it the most .
thau those given by Dr. Gwilym. gospel xiugtT in America. HUsougs many varieties of grasses and forage I i I I at the rate of 6 and 7 per ceut. All 4\. .r ..y

Rev. lien G. Broughtonof Atlanta, win many tsouls. plants: that will enable it to carry us these bonds have been retired and '.

the most successful and many sheep to the square mile as destroyed. There is now remaining -'......-::., __ =-ai ..
Baptist
who j is
pastor Dr. Clarence 15. Strousw, Style Special 110fforM>nJC<:tlSl>U
bible teacher iu the south. Dr. president the conference, has bad Great Britain, Germany or France, $001,507 in 3 per cent baud which are Stays 12 la.or 6 In.apart Stays 12 In. or 6 In.apart
and find bat the uumder of held
yet we by the eaucatioual: institutions
Broughton has been prominent as a i great success in all parts of the UlIiI Made of large, strong high-grado steel wires, heavily galvanized.
sheep reported iu 1900 was ouly 4,900- of the
teacher to the North Held conferences I state. The report, shows the for and contraction. Is
ted: States. He will have full chargeof Amply provides expansion practically ever
and at Keswlc, Eog He preaches tot the mertlugs and will make several 900. fewer by 1,1':,672 than there were ) awouucteeived (forth hire of convicts lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it.

the largest congregation south of addresses. Many other speakersare in 1860, snowing a fraction over six $140,571.85. It also shows that Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horse, hogs

t, It sheep to the square mil". Eugi Und I from 1S9S to iy Washington. lit a treat to bear invited and a number of ihfiuwill
baa an area of 50,823: wiles lAud
square
thisgreatgenius. He will\ speak on be present. properties amounted to nearly EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby ,
carries from 15OUUOtt to 13,000,000 three million dollars. is
'l'brl'port
( "The Ministry
many subjects,-including The following ministerial com mitt- 300 the wile the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you lionit
about to
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sheep or square gratifying throughout.Mrs. .
t. of th" Holy Spirit," "Christ's tee extend a cordial invitation to all will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.
fifty times as many, ,as! the southern
i ., Return.," "How to Win Souls," ministers of the state,to attend :. Rev.J. Johanna doJernoloi, ot Fc-r
states in proportiou to its area, England Syracuse Chilled Plows Black Hawk and Economy Corn Shelters Vuiki.
l Success in the Pastorate etc.: B. Holly, pastor First Bap ist gUll Falls Mian., fell aud dislocated ,
, Scotland, Nales and Ireland, her sbould r. She had Paints Oils Sash Blinds Etc
Rev. E. L D. Pepper, D. D., of church, Rev. T. P. Hay, piator Presbyterian a surgeon get ,: Glass Doors ,
I with 1 ',158 miles over 11 back iu place us soon
square .carry as possible,
Philadelphia, the apostle of love church Rev. J. P. Hilburn,
'; ; 31,000,000 sheep. Scotland, with its but it was quite sore and pained her Hubbard & Macduff: Ocala, Fla.
whose great bible readings have Eld .
Methodist Presiding r.
!: very much. Her son mentioned that
mountain where the "this-
great area,
", blessed. thousands, as a spirit-filledtheologian had
The railroads! have given a very he seen Chamberlain's Pain
tie and the heather large
occupy a
has no equal of whom we low rate to the conference A number Bales advertised for sprains and soreness -
proportion of the earth's surface to and she asked Just Received
him her
know. of ministers will be entertained to buy a .
the exclusion f nutritious grasses aud bottle of it, which be did. It quickly ,
Prof. J. R. C. Brown, of Virginia free others at a very h.w rate. All
1 within area of 30,417 square write, relieved her lAud enabled her to sleep, r
is most gifted bible teacher. He
a
should write the
attend
who wish to which she bad sot done for several
> will lecture the "F Unesi of the supports 7,100,000 cheep, or 233 to the
on A LARGE SHIPMENT
j The
Bible Conference at
secretary once. days ou was so much pleased
'
Atonement," as set forth in LevitlCU9 square mile it would support 4uOOO- with the relief it gave his mother

and a series of lectures on "Book Saved From ',rrlll-II'Dith. 000 head, without asserting that it that he has!: since recommended it to .

and Chapter Study," taking up several 'Ib.j family of Mrs. 31. L. Bobbitt could do this, it is within the limit of many others. For sale by AntiMonopoly -

books and epistles. Prof. Brown Bargeton, Tenn., saw tier dying and reason to say that it could. without Drug Store. m HATS 'in light Colors.

is a Presbyterian full of the spirit. were powerless to save her. The taxing its capacity for grazing:, support Among the prominent visitors; to ,

r ., lie will also conduct ,the Christian most skillful physicians and every aud care for 50,000,000 sheep in. this. city yesterday was Hou. R. L.

Workers' Inststute, which follows the remedy wa"used elowly, failed but ,surely while taking consumption her- stead of the 5OOC,000 which it now Auderon, of Ocala, one of the most Come mad take a look at them

Bible Conference for two weeks. life. In this terrible hour Dr. King'sNew has.-Col. J. B Killbrew In Southern prominent attorneys of the state. 8ecame
i
: :, Mrs. Margaret Bottome, of New Discovery for Consumption Farm Magazine. as: a representative of the Consolidated .

: ,< Y rk,pre.ilolent of theorderof King1 s turned despair into joy. 1'he brat Children Poisoned. Grocery Co., and otrlug W. J. Chambers' Shoe Co.

t Daughter's, editor (department) ,o f bottle brought immediate relief, audits Many children 'are poisoned and fellow Bros. vs. Thomas & Davis, of
+, continued use completely cured wade and weak if killedoutright
nervous not
the Ladies1 Home Journal is known her. It'* the most certain cure in thee Moutbiook, to argue the case of attacbment.

from one end of the nation: to th world for all throat and lung troubles. cough syrups, by.containing mothers giving opiates.them Fo- From the evidence which ..........................

other as the greatest Christian worker : Guaranteedbottles-50c, and $1. Trial ley's Honey and Tar is a safe and certain could be obtained it appears that the I S
bottles free at Anti-Monopoly DrugStore SEND US YOUR NEXT ORDER FORWHISKEYa
and writer among the women of our remedy for coughs, croup and property attached, a stock of genera .

day. She will speak on "Woman's and Tydings & Co. m lung trouble and is the only prominent merchandise, was reported to have
cough medicine that contains g
Work," in all its phases. It ia a treat Dr. B. D. Gray no been sold to 0. C. Rawls a few weeks
opiates or other poisons.-Postoffice
and a blessing to hear this great Rev. B. D.Gray, D. D., of Atlanta, Drug Store. m ago, and the argument was made onRawl S

woman. Ga., spent Sunday in Ocala, and I !!' ownership of the same. Chris .
j. There are a vast variety of fools in .
Mr. 8. H. Hadley, of Sew York, preached in the morning and evening topher Maihesou was made referee in
-' ", I, the world but the one standing e. upon want the mellow old Seatzcxy) artkle, the goods vi&nt the
s t. .t' who conducts the wonderful Jerry at the Baptist church. the case, and a decision ia expected | hea che. Our prices Till tell the tale
i most picturesquely and prominentlyhas
c ... I McAuley Mission, the most remarkable Dr. Gray Is the secretary of the soon.-Gainesville Sun. .
for some wise and inacrutible Bowen's Corner Rye, Old I. W. Harper Rye

1 work of its kind in America, will home mission board of the Southern purpose been lodged in congress from I I An exchange that .2 ?*r gal. ...........f3.25 (highest grade) per gal $too

stir the hearts of all who hear him, as : Baptists and had just come from KlsI Pennsylvania. His says every paperin 9 Baker X Rye, per gal.. 3 35 Old Monogram per gal.__". 4.00 ,

he tells of the "Power of the Old I I aimmee, where he made- his report before name Is Adams- I the state should publish the fact 9 Old Silver Lake Rye Maryalnd Club Rye per gal.. 4 00

Gospel to Save Men. No man does the Baptist state convention at Robert Adams,jr.,-'and he says the {I that burnt corn is a sure cure for hog per gal....... ..... 3.25 Old Sip Tyler Rye per gal. .. 3.25
i
eo much as he to encourage men's that place last week. democrats to win in New York open- I cholera and adds: "It was first discovered : Highest grade of pure North Carolina Corn Whiskies at prices

7 I ly advocated "free liquor and free distiller in Illinois. fl.50 to $3 per gallon. All goods delivered
faith in God to give great results in Sunday morning he talked of the by a It tree of charge
immorality." He accentuated this Sfrom shipments and satisfaction guaranteed. Send s
was thrown to the and postofflce
hogs eaten by
to He
answer prayer, today. will work of the home mission board, explaining orders.
charge by repeating it in the or express money
', course them. Before that time a numberhad
also speak on the "Power of Prayer, very concisely the purposeand .

"Mission Work," "Wonderful Inci work of the board. He Is an unusually of his remarks. Some drunken fellow been dying each day with the e
o In a brothel might be pardoned I I cholera but the disea.se immediately
,
Y dents. etc. I
interesting speaker and his
I i a Dr. and Mrs. Howard'Paylor, of the address Sunday morning, though for making such a speech, but the disappt>ared. It is so simple a remedy | I
idea of BOWEN &
a member of
congress, COMPANY.
sup that it
be tried"Capt.
can easily
great China Island!: Mission will deliver rather lengthy was listened too most
A, w posed to be a gentleman, and possess*
stirring addresses en missions.Dr. attentively.In A. Y. Hampton, attorney for

3 and Mrs. Taylor are wonderful the evening Dr. Gray preached I ing expression some regard, should for the so proprieties far forget of the Hampton heirs, is having a Urge I 140 E. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i

l people. They spoke every day at the an admirable sermou to a large con hotel erected at Hampton Springs, in

i : $ great Methodist .Missionary Conference gregatiou. himself surpasses do belief. If his constituency Taylor county. It will contain hot ..........................
'r not wish to be regardedas
I ; at New Orleans. At the morning service Prof. L. and cold baths and all modern con -- -"

r s Evangelist D. B., Strouse, of Vir Goodsell played a violin solo, which a set of brazen asses clad compoundidiots veniences. The railroad will seen be "
they will promptly petitioncoagt'ess "RfUCI[ [ A
1 which gave a great deal of pleasure to the extended there and it is but a question /
The peculiar cough indicates: for his dismissal .
: ( croup la usually well known to the congregation and in the evening Mrs. of time when Hampton Springs /

L { mothers of croupy children. No McKeanand Mrs. 'Coin sang an extremely Col. W. N. Camp chartered a will be one of the favorite resorts of Have you decided on the kind
o
, ; } time should be lost in the treatment pretty duet.Wonderful. launch Saturday afternoon and took a this state.-White Springs Herald. yl l f/ fertilizer you are going to uw? It'a

t of it, and for this purpose no medicine party down the Bay as far as Phillip I not a question of how
-r ,w has received more universal approval Nerve.Is creek. It was ideal All ot the Florida winter hotels are much, but
an afternoon, what kind when the
if. than Chamberlain's Cough displayed by man y a man enduring and the now open for the season with the exception best resin t
trip was be
; greatly enjoyed by can obtained.
k Remedy. Do not. waste valuable pains of accidental Cuts, of the Breakers at Palm a You can't make a
all. Those
time in experimenting with untried Wounds, Bruises Burns, Scalds, Sore. composing the party were S mistake when you use our high grade
Beach
| which Is not yet complete
remedies;no matter high highly they Feet or Stift Joints. But there's no Mrs. Herbert Stackhause and son, fertilizers.

may may bd recommended, but givethis need for it. Bucklen's Arnica Salve Herbert, Mrs. Wbitaker, Mrs. C. H. It will be finished in a very short Highest cash

: medicine as directed, and all will kill the pain and cure the trouble. Toby, of Chicago, Miss Emma'Smlt time, however. The indications are price paid for dry bones r a

y symptoms of croup will quickly dif e It's the best salve onearth tot Piles, :Miss Blanche McDaniel, Messrs. J. that the winter travel this year will .r

appear. For sale by Anti-Monopoly too. 25c at Anti-Monopoly Drug I H. Lord and W. 1.. Camp.aaruotaTIm a be greater than ever r before in the FLORIDA FEBTIUZER' MF6. COMPIHY
Drug Store. m Store and Tydings & Co. j I ,
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."


VOL. JLXXVII, NO 27 OCALA FLORIDA, FRIDAV JANUARY 22, l.KW DOLLAR YEAR
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'0 situ ELIZABETH maiS, Local Editor FREE LUNCH AND BIO DAY4 GENERAL BULLOCK'S ORATIOI.

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Tuesday was a big day in Gaines
TOWN.
HAPPENINGS ABOUT New Departure in the Way of a
ville. The Smith
f Kirby Chapter
FunctionMatter in Which the ; .
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The New Breakers at Palm Beach Farmers are Interested.On ffl r .. dedicated a beautiful Confederate

Kill open February 1st. Tuesday February second the I: :' ....': ; ': .::; i' : :' "::' -i; : monument. Orlando's gifted orator,
Hon. W. L. Palmer honored
Cu. was by
Col. W. N. CAmp leaves this afternoon Kit-t Florida \UuuUctJriug sand
Co. will be the )Chapter to present the monument
and the Meat P.ackiug ,
visit
for a business to fiarasota.
in doing so hloiself
merged into the i"loridaIt.'at and Ice acquitted

R. L. Martin, room 8, Merchant's Company and the event will be celebraled proudly.
Block, does land surveying and mapping. General Bullock of this city accept
in a pleasing: manner.
121 daw ?
tDlrs. ed the
monument and did in
so a
Co. has
The Florid Meat Packiug !!

W. S. Pike has returned froma been very helpful to the farmers in most worthily manner.

short visit to her sister, Mrs. Harri this section by making a market for The following is the general'

son, at Leesburg. the ready sale of meats and has:: had speech r fIn

and now has a urge quiutity iu cod receiving this monument erectedto
Mrs. H. B. Clarksou and Mr.
the
storage. ,ri :.s:. memory of the Confederate
Clarkson's mister, MM. tiproul, return. dead at Gainesville
evolved
a gift
The company is composed of tie
ed yesterday from Palatka.Mr. upon the love and labor of our
Benjamin brothers:, who have been
Tom Harris cme down yesterday residents of Ucala utt and on for matchless women, whose purity

afternoon to spend a few days I nearly twenty-rive years and take a whose patriotism and whose courage

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank deep interest iu the proiuo.iou of the strengthened our arms and invigorated

Harris. county's welfare. Ou the second they our hopes in the darkest hour of

Mra. F. T. Schrieber entertained in want to make this event not only the bloody struggle, and whose love

\ a moat delightful manner the :Mar pleasant and enjoyable but profitableas q'i- .h, r t, A I and help, when the carnage ceaseJ,
ried Ladies Whist Club Wednesday well. aided the exhausted, emaciated and

afternoon.Mr. They want the farmers of the heartbroken soldier to rebuild anew

R. A. Burford leaves this after I county to go through their establishment SCENE ON WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER. the homes divested and destroyed ia
the conflagration of war, has furnUb
noon for Troy, Ala., to remain over and see exactly what they have
ed the best example and sweetest ia
*
1 Sunday with his father, who id not and ascertain what they propose to do .-

j at aU well this winter. and how they (the formers) will be Episcopal Convention I rite of confirmation on Sunday next, New Card Club Organized. spiration to men and women of oar
Southland, and, ladles, ia the name
beuefitted! and in line therewith hays annual convention of the 24, at Grace church at 11 a. m, A very pleasant progressive whist
J Mr. W. E.Sinclair came In yesterday The eleventh of the Confederate Veterans, I thank
invited several of the most successfuland The rector, Rev. H. W. Little, will club has been organized in this city
3 from his home at Mobile, Ala., to the Episcopal church of South Flori. you; and in my own behalf I would
1 practical farmers in the countyto preach in the evening at 7:30 p. m. the members! of the club with one or
spend a few days with his parents and da will meet M Grace church in this that I had the words to convey to
make brief addresses on matters
A large attendance is expected at two exceptions being married ladies.
to look after hia business interests in I that will be of the most! interest. As pity, next week.Tbe Rt. Rev. Bishop, the convention and the proceedings The following constitute the member you all that I feel. A participant lit

j this section. for instance, Col. L. P. Miller has Dr. W. Cr ne Gray presiding. In promises to be of considerableinter- ship: Mrs. H. L. Anderson, Mrs R.I that great conflict, every act, every

Governor Murphy, of New Jersey, been asked to tell how best to fatten attendance there will be among the est. The lectures and services will Anderson, Mrs. J. K. Austin, Mrs. attention, to the Confederate soldier,
has asked the legislature of that state Tni fit Rev. E. G. Weed, D. deceased or alive, is to me a personal
..' hogs Mr. Cuaiublieato tell what bethinks clergy, all be open to the puolic. William Hocker, Mr*. Edward

.. to devise some means of ridding the of the prospects! of Marion D., Bishop:: of Florida; fin. C. Lacey, Holder, Mrs. C. R.Tydings, Mrs., G. T. favor. ,

ts .. country of eigu-bo rd advertisements! county for stock farming! ; Mr. Gaits D. D., rector of the church of the The Pipe Organ Recital. Maugbs, Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Mrs A great majority of the southern

j which he claims to be a nuisance. skill, Mr. Gist and Mr. Long will all Redeemer, Brooklyn; Archdeacon The pipe organ recital at the Presbyterian Edward Hiller, Mrs. H. W. Little, men have passed over the river, and

Mra. John de Jarnette and Miss talk on subjects to be selected by Rickets, Phildelphia; Archdeacon church lat night was a feastof Mrs. N. 31. Allred, Mrs. C. V. Miller, the few who are left most sooti JoIn

May de Jarnette, who have been the themselves. Hon. George W. Wilson, Brown, TilusTille; Rev. Dean Spencer good music and a concord of aeet Mrs. A. H. Marsh, Mrs. J. C. B. their departed comrades. Already

guests of Irs.de Jarneti'a sister, Mre. editor of the Timed-Union, has been the cathedral, Orlando; Arc'u- sounds from the first to the concluding Koonce, Miss Gertrude Perada and life's sunset ia reflected upon my fadIng r

invited to bt present and to make an deaeon Weddell, Rev L Richardson number. A large crowd were MissMonaHiller.! vision, and the heart that beat
W. J. Chambers for the past few
weeks left yesterday for their home at address.A Avon Park; Rev. W. DeHait, D. D., present and it was the universal verdict The club will meet one afternoon In sympathy and love for you will

Eatonton Ga. large United States flag will be Tamp; Rev. 8. Day, Sanford; Rev. tnat never a finer musical program each week and the members will soon b" stilled forever. (Here the
,
,'" raised, music furnished and at the C W. Arnold, Daytona; Ri>v. C.Gray, had been given in Ocala. entertain in alphabetical order. One general broke down for a moment)

"Vf Samuel W. 'league, the hustling conclusion of the flow of oratory a t' t. Petersburg; Rev. W. White, Key Tbe entertainment was begun witha prize only will be given and lames All that will remain visible of those

real estate man and general promoter lunch, composed of the products of West; Rev. H. Jetferson, Braiden- short and impressive prayer by Dr. instead of points will be played for. heroes will be monuments erected by

of Oeala, is in the city. He states the Meat PacKing Company will be town; Rev. T. Purdue Punta Gorda; W. C. Lindsay, after. which the following The club will be called the Original your loving hands to their memories ;

.;; that Marion county is fast developing given to all who grace the ocassiou Rev. X. Fuller, Miami; Rev. I. Porter, program was beautifully rendered Whist Club. In every land and in every age nnnu*

and that Ocala U going right ahead.- with their presence. Tampa; Rev. I. Pumett, Winter Park, : Tbe first meeting of the club: was menU have been erected to perpetuate i

Times-Union. The invitation includes the merchants Rev. W. H. Bates, Bishop Whipple) Parzifal-Vorspiel R. Wagner 1'rof. Meyer. held with Mrs. Herbert Anderson the fame of departed heroet.

I Tbe King's Daughters met in the I and people of Ocala generally School for Boys, Sanford; Rev. H. W. I 3-Baritone 3-Anlhem.Day Solo,Break The King ftasuttt of Highly Quartette.Deep Wednesday afternoon and proved to The pyramids that have stood for
Union Canon of the Cath- Stkmtd C. L. Anderson thousands of years have not cannot 7
Greatbain ,
the ladies and the
library rooms yesterday morning and and especially be a very happy occasion. Besides the
the cemetery association met at the farmers of -the county and their edral, tit. Lusie; Rev. W. frankes, 4.bTraumerel I(a)) Prelude (
residence of Mrs. Frank Harris yesterday families.Mr. Leesburg; Rev. W. Vault, Palm 5-Solo((c,)Abide Spring With Song Me(Liszt Ltddlc Mrs! Lapham. her guests for the afternoon Mrs. A. them, and long after the monuments

Beach Rev. J. Wagrattle, Ormond", 6-Bass Solo,A:Mine ot Gold Lilly J.J. Gerig. we have,built have crumbled t
the ;
afternoon. Both organizitions Herman Benjamin, manager Fantasie Ford Prof. E Gerig, Mrs. 8. T. :Sistrunk, Mrs. I. s
7 Organ Meyer. into dust will the
transacted routine business. of the company, requests that these and others' Reading Selected Miss Eunice Mark. :a. Hirsch: Miss Margaret Eagleton, names of our
who will accept the invitation will Tile laity of the church will be rep- 9-Ave Mane, with Violin Obligate Miss Byrd Wartmaun and Mte Hattie heroes be remembered i
of Valdosta Ga. Mrs. G. R.McKean
Mr. MIllard
Cody Bryan. ,
The women of the south
resented the Hon. W. Massey, producedby
is here with a carload of fine milk notify him so that he may have some by '_f(aNottuniO P/"Wl0prof. Meyer. Rosenbaum.
cows which he is selling at very reasonable idea of the extent of the crowd iu chancellor of the jurisdiction, Hon. u-Violin 1 (bAllegro Solo .Selected\RulnKleiH Prof. Goodsell. The afternoon was spent playing conditions such as tile world never }}

prices. People who are good orde that there will be an ample F. Rand, treasurer.Messrs' ,a-Gloria trom nth Mass whist and at six o'clock a delicious knew before and will never know

judges of cattle pronounce this a tine luncheon prepared cur all He wantsto Lowry, Dr. Richardson, Soprani Mozart-Mrs. McKean! and Double Mrs.! Lapham.Quartette. lunch was served. again, will be an inspiration fur a

bunch to select from. If you are put every name in the pot so none Capt. Carriti, Tampa; Haden Smyth, Alti-Mrs.Goin and Mrs. Blake. Two pretty silver hat pins were the thousand generations yet to emerge .
looking for a first class milk cow you Tenori-'. E-Gerig and R. C Allworth.Bassi .
Hon. J. from the stream of time.
Capl. Sanders, Orlando; trophies for the afternoon and Mrs.
overlooked.
will do well to see Mr. Bryan's herd at will be -J. J. Gerig and C. L.Anderson.
Crosby & Martin stable. 12 daw It Tbe affair promises to be profitable, Critteuden, Geo. Harris, Daytona; Organist-Prof. Wilhelm Meyer. Koonce was fortunate enough to win Nearly forty years have passed t t
Croom Prof. is from Jacksonville them. since the war tnded and
pleasant and unique. DeMere Earlton: Cressen, Myers a great
Dr. A. H. Champlain and Prof. Hardman, Bousenquet, Walter, and is an organhit! of unusual ability. Engagement Announced. majority of those who survived the
I r
Myers, of the University of Chicago, Beard of Trade. Beckett Brumby, will be among the His playing was greatly enjoyed: by The following announcement is war have stood before the tribunal o 1

are spending several weeks in Florida The regular meeting of the board representatives at the laity. the music lovers of Ocala who were made: their God, and in a few more years,

and are at present guests at the Ocala of trade was held last night. The Woman's Auxiliary will con- fortunate enough to bear him last Mr. and Mrs. Gottran we who remain must answer the last

House. These gentlemen are Resolutions were adopted prayingour vene also next week on Tuesday at night. He came to Ocala very highly Announce or their the daughter engagement I roll call. It is a consolation to know:

nephews of Col. Avery, who baa beenin members of congress to vote for the armory at 10 a.m., for an all day recommended and be will leave in Luae that those generations that are to

Ocala for some time. the bills for the improvement of the business session. The various parishes Ocala a fine impression as a musician. Mr.Eugene to T.Moore. i come after as will keep alive our

Morris bad just recovered Mississippi river and the construction and missions will be represented by The numl.ers by the home folks Miss de Gottrau is the daughter of I memory and extol our patriotic ded

Mr. Pratt which befel him in of the Panama canal. Mrs. Cary-Llwes, Conway, lire. were exceptionally delightful and Mr. and Mrs. Louis de Gottrau, who Rest in peace, my beloved comrade;

from an accident The "smoker," to be given by the [Sperry.Mrs. Haden, Miss Parkbill, and were greatly enjoyed. ; have lived here for several years, and your fame on' earth is secure, and

the Foundry some days ago and re. board of trade, was favorably discussed Mrs. Brownwlgg, Orlando; Mrs.Je/- The entire entertainment was indeed : is an attractive young woman with a your beat in heaven won. No word
turned towork yesterday. When he large circle of friends. Mrs. de Got-
and the details left to the com- r of mine can add to your glory, for
ferson Mrs. Ornold, Mies Lees, Miss! a rare treat.
again caught bid band in the machinery tra is a Virginian and Mr. de Gottrau
I
mittee. I that is written
on !
imperishable
it severely. Mr. Morris ] Jones, Daytona; Mra. Chan. Gray, I is a Swiss, both of whom have built
mashing The time, place and nature of the Big Fish Industry. scrolls, and embossed in
everlasting
i Miss Polk, Bt. Petersburg; Mrs. L. up a number of warm friendships
seems to be fated. entertainment will be announcedlater. Gamsby, Mrs. Bittinger, Mrs. Haiv There are fisheries in North Carolina during their residence here. Mr. tradition. So long as the world can

which as 3 OOO Moore is a member of the drug firm human
The Jacksonville Metropolis pro ley Mrs. Weathers, Mis. Cullen, employ as many pea support inhabitants you will
,
: poses to print a political edition on }lr. 8.H. Bikker, of Philadelphia Mre. Lancaster, and others. ple. The product is put up in various of Broad well &' Moore, and has proven make one of the brightest spots In our
quite popular and clever his
. the 19th of March. It bas extraordinary and Mr. George Cummings, of Ore. ways and shipped to all parts of the among history.In .
The convocation opens on Tuesdayat associates! who are offering him con
s:
facilities and backed up by its gon, were pleasant visitors and were country, but much the larger portionis gratulations since the fact is now ', conclusion, fellow comrades,
Grace church at 7:SO p. m. Preacher -
experience and ability this edition introduced to the members.A manufactured into fertilizers. known that he is to become a benedict. God grant that yoar remaining days
i Rev. J. Porter Tampa.
will be looked forward to with keen Trip to The Moon. Tbe number of fish caught at a .-Palm Beach News. on earth may be peaceful, prosperousand

Interest by the politicians and voter The subject comes from! the pen of The convention sermon will te single haul are given as follows: In Mr. and Mrs. de Gottrau were happy, and when the last route

ef of the state. Jules Verne, who has at times Indulged preached by Archdeacon Brown at 10 1843 of shad, 6,004; of striped bass or formerly residents of this county and sounded, may you be ready,as you

I Hon. C. M. Brown has received a in the greatest sketches of I a. m. Wednesday in the presence of rockfish, 43,700 pounds; of herring are pleasantly remembered and their always were in the days of the sixties 1 ,
the bishops and clergy and lay dele pounds. friends here an interested in the to to the
friends in Gadsden county imagauation of any writer of fiction.It 300,000 respond final summons in
letter from
him to visit that section and decides how a party of astromersgo gates, in Grace church, after which Florida bas a larger sea coast than marriage of their lovely daughter. such a way that your heavenly Fath
inviting
and address to the moon in a most strange and the various committees will be appointed North Carolina or any other state in or will take you for his own forever-
mingle with the people and the Bishop will deliver the Union and while her fish indus DeWeese House Changes Hands.,

them giving his views on the political novel manner and settles once for all his annual address. Tbe preacher at try is large, she bas no such numberas The DeWfcese House on Ocklawaha Isaac Story, Ava, Mo., writes Sept.

,I' situation and present his claims for the burning question is the moon inhabited the evening service on Wednesdaywill 35,000 people employed in them. I avenue which has been run by Mrs.J. 10th, 1900: "I was in bod healtb, I

the gubernatorial nomination. Mr. ? A Trip to the Mon shows The number of fish caught at a A. DeWeese several has had stomach trouble for twelvemonths
be Rpv. W. White, of Key West.A years,
Brown has accepted the invitation. you that the moon is inhabitated by missionary meeting will be held single haul in North Carolina seem changed bands, Mre. Hate-hell becoming also dumb chills. Dr. J. W.
' a race of very strange people infintesmal beside those stories set Mory prescribed HEHBINE, It cured
A Lifo at Stake. on Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m., at the proprietress. me in two weeks. I canuot recommend
J t If you but knew the splendid merit they are called acquinights. With which Bishop Weed will be a speak afloat by Editor Adrian P. Jordan of Mrs. Hatchell is a sialer of Mrs. C. it too highly, it will do all you
and Tar would the great Hilliar at the opera house the Punta Gorda Herald. cornea claim for it" Sold
of Foley's Honey you er. The subject will be the Home A. Liddon and she to Ocala by Anti Monop
never be without it. A dose or two tonight and Saturday night.fOIIYSKIDNtYCURE. from Worthicgton Springs. oly Drug Store and TYdings & Co. m
Missions of the church
Foreign
and
will prevent an attack of pneumoniaor I A-iYED-25 young men to help
la grippe. It may save your life. The Bishop of South Florida will!' I make baskets in our crate factory. This paper wishes her success in her fOLmllONEYT ,

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t SENATOR TALUFERRO'S LETTER. ed the controversy by making the I MRS. GORDON. have recently appeared In the newspapers -
i; THE OCALtBANNER to think seriously RUTS
: proposition that, inasmuch as! his have caused me

Frank,Harris'interrogatories honor was at stake the is/ ue thus To that nation wh<>:, : women are ou the subjectlof: primary elec

Senator Taliaferro plainly show that joined should be tried by the facts, and noble and tender and true, nothing is tions. In order that what follows-

run lIAIS, Editor. the man who is a candidate for an of- if Mr. Stephens failed to prove his impossible. All things brave and may be properly understood, it is The walking sick, whata

I m 't-p..?.v. teavengQo, Basiaess Kauger.f flee in Florida, especially for an eminent charges that he should acknowledge lofty, and pure and righteous, have fitting that I should state that I am crowd of them there are: .

office, which others are alto himself a liar, and if be, Mr. Hill, their sourer and origin in the heart of not,_and never expect to t.e. a candidate Persons who arc thin and

: seeking, no matter how commendable failed to disprove the charges that womau. Herein is the very core of for any office; that I am, and for
sick
weak but not enoughto
he may be, is running a gauntlet then he would acknowledge himself chivalry many years have been, an advocateof
t '1 he knighthood of the south was nominations of candidates by primary go to bed."Chronic .
where sandbags, brickbats, rotten a liar. It is unnecessary to stale

eggs, dope and mud are in industrious here the termination of that contro but a reflection the wouiauhoed of elections. J I cases" that's

hands ready to baste him and bruisa versy., It is cited to show that the the t-oulli. The OUM bhoue high, The evils which grew out of nominations what the doctors call them,

him until nothing but phjsicalstrtn- serious minded public generally!! .set illuuiiuiUff the camps of armies; ihe by conventions and legislative which in common English

d uouene civic purity ingrainedin tie ouch charges l>y one candidate other, purer and nut less brilliant, caucuses, are too well known to neans-long sickness.To .

. te y his mortal make-up will preserve agtiiuat aueiher uerj much like Senator brightened couinlets Loiiira and casta need r caJ>itulatioB. Suffice It to say

ul him from political blood-poisoning Hill proposed to settle with Mr.Stephens. halo uiouuu the pages of Llatot-y and that years ago I was a delegate to a stop the continutdloss

Mr. Harm's catalogue of high crimes romance. state convention, and became so disgusted -I:I of flesh they need

l. 1 MOTTO: THE BAXNEI., BELIEVING and rnisdeameanor against the principlea The answer Hr. Talufeno bas The greet of the souiueru people with the open trading and disregard Scott's Emulsion. For the

j THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO of Florida democracy which he made to Mr. Harris' letttr is complete.It and of the whole nation today over of the public welfare, thfrt I feeling of weakness they

:7' TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES: HAS: finds that Mr. Taliaferro's enemies is niodebt. A man who is called the. passing of icVrrul Uorduu, the I, left the convention and refused to need Scott's Emulsion.
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI I
CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, charge him with must have made a upon to explain bin acting and doings Tancred of this knighthood brings:; I ever attend another.It It makes new flesh and

AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR busy day for the senator when he and defend himself against grave clearly to view the figure of the peerless was for the purpose of getting
new life to the weak
TH8 BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE went about answering them for evil woman who was his wife. gives
i charges of political and moral misconduct rid of these evils that the democracy,

BOTTOM. scatters like bad seed on the wind and necessarily has a great latitudein Through the horrors of war and the in convention assembled, decided to system.

travels fast. Probably no statesmanor calling attention to whatever performances pain of sickness; summer and winter, have nominations of party candidates Scott's Emulsion gets

t" y FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 194.'4. politician in the country gets more of his may reflect glory year in and year out, she was at his made by primary elections. thin and weak persons out

opportunitfts and provocations to defend and credit himself. All the side; cheering him m darkness, com
:
upon I The sovereign people of the state of the rut. It makes new
THE GOLDEN PERIOD OF LIFE. himself against all manner of charges against the teuator are denied forting him in daylight, binding up ,
have, in the cunstitutiou which they rich blood strengthens the '
false does less defending his many grievous: wouuils. : ,
and
charges
by him, and then facts aud circum- have the
1 adopted, imposed upon governor
,
We have been led to believe that than Senator Platt, of New York states are Ebodf&ily given and related At SharpsburgGeuerad Gordon was the duty of appointing certain nerves and gives appetiteor

IPi time does not deal kindly with age. state. This method of meeting his which show the utter improbability wounded five times. HU wife, then : officers, and it is incumbent upon ) ordinary food.

I 1 I As a man grows old his eyes grow enemies seems to go well with him, aud untruthfulness of the charges. less than IS years of age, awaited him him to obey tht mandate of the con Scott's Emulsion can be

) t dim, his ears lose their hearing: his however, and it would eeem that Senator Denunciation of tbs and denunciation at the rear of the army, and, in the
charges, stitution, which he has sworn to taken as long as sickness
touch becomes less acute; his teeth Taliaferro might copy the midst of the roar of battle, while the
-1 of the spirit which inspired and defend
"support, protect by fasts and do all the
4 his limbs totter and his functions rattle of aud the mutteringof good
decay; method and come out of the war being them, would not be censurable in musketry.
f : selecting the best fitted person whomhe
lose their vitality.let him with the distant mingled with the
gradually guts
waged against
the i senator, for great provocation can get to accept the appointment. time.There's
\ : we have just read in a medicali" veriest minimum of satisfaction to justifies it, yet beyond the plenitude schrill stridor of the fifes, this fearless No convention or primary can relieve new strength

( -journal that from fifty to seveuty his enemies. But such a status is one of the power of simple words to con- woman nursed her hero back to him from his sworn duty. The constitution and flesh in every dose.

i i :1 ought to be the best part of a man's of the premiums of statesmanship vey overwhelming truth, he does not the world again, even after be had fays: "The governor shall

1 t life. This writer. Dr C. 8. Carr, of that takes longer than one senatorialterm things he measured with his spirit the We will be gladto
. go. Many unboastinglystates appoint all commissioned officers of
f' Columbus, Ohio, says that a man to gaiu. The fact of men having to overthrow the depths of the great abyss. send you a few
simply chargesonly the stale militia, including the adjutant doses free.Be .
t after fifty years is capable of more enemies is a sign of merit. This that truth might prevail, he was Then to the front she tent him, general.: The adjutant general 'a
', mental work and sometimes even of "Her on his of steel lure that skis picture i im
glove ,
is an ancient idea, it is true, but the light Basque
I entitled in the defense of bis character sht.1l.be chief of the governor's staff." the form of a label MM tile
I more physical work than before. His will when Her luve-kuot on his spear," wrapper < every bottle .!
of statesmen
J race perish to proudly name: as signalizingthe As well talk of nominating, by pri- EmWaioa' ni buy.

f Judgments are truer bis experience j there are no new applications for the merit of his carter as a man and and again and again he led the gray mary, the other officers of the governor's SCOTT & I10 VNI:,
.i columns to victory along the sheer rim
thingshe
haa taught him a great many as a senator, but all of it was omitted staff and all commissioned II Chemists,
never learn in college, and if idea.Mr. of death. 409 Pearl St., N. Y.
can Harris's letter is opportune. 11b in such simplicity that the casual officers of the militia. Appointmentsby
conducts himself wisely, the best Mrs. John B. Gordon is the type 50c. and $11 all drujjUti
he
well for a man,to know what his reader would never be reminded of the governor are not within the
of his life Is before him. Everything preeminent of southern womanhood.
part enemy says about him, and to answer the omission evils sought to be corrected by substituting -
to make a man more Twldy, as the chevalier of the south
> conspires him, especially when there must Senator Tallaferro's answer to these the primary nomination for Will
useful and happy, and contented. lies dead in the capitol of his state, It
necessarily be some who are willingto charges of the mal-Jutt-nts is a splendid nomination by convention or legislative -
Freed from the tortures of ambition, she remains to represent on earth the
believe what the enemy says. Thusit paper. It is on the plane of excellence caucus. The enemies of the
of lust and greed, chivalry which be was the embodi
s the scorchings
and ia Mr. Stockton has proclaimed Mr. with the immortal orations of primary system could devise no better
the years between the ages' of fifty ment.-Atlanta Journal. Pay You !H! .
of Tallaferro as unworthy to be our Demontbenes in hill defense of his method of causing the people to
and seventy are the golden days
1'fe. : junior senator, and by an earnestness, right to the gift of a golden crown JENNINGS' TRIBUTE TO GORDON. abandon it, thau by extending it be-
his whole
indeed a passion worthy of a better frown the Athenian Senate, whose yond the evils it was intended to correct -
Mr. Carr'a words are certainly en- '
couraging and we are glad to know cause, and by an appeal l to the sensitive people did not forget the man who II' One of the most touching and eloquent and by attempting to thus con- IF You to sell have any Real Estate

entered ear of that poverty which is ever had struggled to preserve her liberties.His speeches made in Atlanta at trol the governor in the discharge of a ,
that we have only fairly upon 1
F the golden era of life. ready now to bear its own justification modesty in recounting the great the funeral of Gen. Gordon was the duty imposed upon him by the sovereign ORYou're

-- accounted for by charging it to occasions of his eminent services to one delivered by Governor Jennings people of the state.
j thinking of coming
j Will Come In Handy. the success of the thrifty, this im- Greece in defending bimselt againstthe of this state. WM. B. YOUNG. IF to Florida for a home,

: Linotype pi-lines will coma in patient but hopeful candidate for Mr. aspersions and false charges The Atlanta papers paid him high

!handy if war does result from the Taliaferro's position has corralled a brought by Aescbinta were grandly and eloquent praise. Florida's Great Developer.The OR

Russian-Japanese jawing match. A following which will not be numerous Impressive, and he was triumphant.Mr. That our readers may pass judg- people who are always naggingat You desire to invest in any

bucking linotype can fling Jetteri!-together enough for success, yet sufficient in Taliaferro in his answer, even ment on the (speech for themselves, Henry M. Flagler are either idiotsor I IF kind of Florida property,

In a way that even experts the importance that comes of respectable exhhibits a more simple modesty in we produce it here. political hypocrites. Mr. Flagler

r would find difficult to distinguish citizenship of Florida to referring, to the* events and matters I The governor said: has done more to develop Florida than

_ I 4 from Russian or Japanese propert command the respectable attention that reflected great honor upon him I! "In the days when the war clouds any dozen men iu the state and it is TO SEE

t : name Jacksonville Times-Union. and truthful explanation of Mr. Talia than did Demonthenes in his great hung dark over the country, among reasonable to presume that all of the OR WRITEOCALA

" .t A-Fighting Editor. ferro.A answer. Truth, however, must prevail the very brightest of the stars that money he has expended developing

! Ed Lambright has been promoted minimum of greatness, a mini- and Senator Tahaferro will also shone over the blood-drenehed land Florida for the benefit of other people

1 tditorof mum of mediocrity, and a maximum trium ph.-Times-Un ion. one bore the name of "Gordon," and will never pay him a reasonable interest -
of
e fighting
to the position
1 J. H.LIVIHGSTON I H &SONS O
_, the Tampa Tribune and be discharges hf inutility in men born for politics No Need For Bitterness.In when peace stretched out her hand on the investment. He never ,

the other seema in many cases equally attractive and bade the world be still, Gordon'sstar wants anything, but is always giving
{ his duty splendidly; gave this campaign in Florida, there FLORIDA.
} black and $10 fine in the for the elective franchise as la the still beamed undimmed by the and can always be depended upon to .
fellow -- -- -- --- -- -
t. a eye
is no need for individual. or journal-
Better not fool with maximum of greatness. It's a poor smoke of battle cr the mists of the do the proper thing at the proper
: police court. istic acrimony. The contest should! Burnett
that Tribune crowd.-Punt* Gorda excuse of a candidate that basno fol. field. He led his people on the dead. time. Just the other day when Gen. Jerry ,
be conducted by all participatingupon
: lowing, as political incidents, accidents ly field and when there were no more John B. Gordov died at Miami, it was
I Herald. a high plane of that
j and miracles reveal. Just so courtesy legions! to lead in battle front, he Henry M. Flagler who tendered the Merchant
---. which exists between honorable
gentlemen
with Mr. Stockton. led them in the ways of peace, andto use of his private car to convey the ,
The nine counts in the indictment discussing subjects of mutual remains of the dead
chieftain their
him, more than to any other man, to Tailoring. .
interest. So man of fine flc'elingsand
IT MAKES formed by Mr. Stockton which Mr. do we owe the kindly feeling that last resting place in Atlanta. Now
lofty impulses elevated in his Ocala, Florida.
own
MUSCLE FI Harris says forms the basis! of the today prevails between the people of listen for some political nondescriptto

I charges of high crimes and misdemeanors esteem or that of others by engagingin the north and the people of the south. yell "that it was' politics" that Finest Imported and

I I of the senator against the an unseemly quarrel in which insulting Fearlessly be told his own peoplethe actuated the great benefactor. Such Domestic Cloths. .

} party whose vote he anticipates for epithet or innuendoes are truth, and by the magnetism of outbursts demftgoguism makes the Cutting a SpecialtyFits

j compassing his election not only involve exchanged. Such contests engender his presence won them to think and Tribune feel for its gattling gun.- Guaranteed.
'
jl Dr. Merce's I L the political, but the personal animosities that last for :years, estranging feel with him. He took the olive Tampa Tribune.Mr. .
friends and sowing seeds of ,eui *s._
intergrity of Mr. Taliaferro as senator branch of fraternal union in his hand Study at t Home '
t T. B. Hartig has
dissention that produce a harvest of purchased the
citizen and as democrat.Mr. and with the same dauntless spirit ...... Lev man, Md pear _
Whfc the Tablet HMMStad
L t Stockton able discord to the detriment of the state. Duunellon Advocate. He is a publisher lave bane,.emplarmm to lean......? .a..a.7o..e.d......A.hk*e I Golden were to prove that moved him in battle he called Aleehn.Geometry.Gmi _.KketUK. Loaf.,.. HiMor*.
The man who conducts! the of experience. Ph) n..Latin rtc. Tnchm aided to_naalu_. em.orwcas. .
:
them then, indeed, he may be said argument, the people of the north to look and v (;..w.nfrce. Mdr_L I.IUAa.iU,Ik.Strauss' .
I as a gentleman, bhould always feel ._
I to not only be doing the state -
'l some ----
Medical to listen; soon the story he bad to tell =>
service, but protecting the democratic better after the content is over. He
J found its way deep down into their
has the approval of his own con-
party of Florida from a traitor.
souls and they offered him their
But the other hand science as well as of all intelligentmen 1
Discovery oa if Mr. Stock
t friendship. 'Twas then he said, "If -
k ton does not prove these charges then ; and, whether he wins or loses,
you take me to your hearts, you must
Q l what is his he retains the ,respect .of friend and
Gives position before the atateas
:: take
1tt1 r my people, too, for I am theirsas
r a citizen anti as a member of the foe alike; he has nothing to regret or
they are mine, and I cannot and
tI WorkingStrength democratic party? Is it any better feel ashamed of; and, i'f' he is a victor, will not forsake them in the hour of "Royal Reserve"Four

, than that in which he hag so passion- his triumph will not be marred by need;" and the great heart of the

ately sought to place Mr. Taliaferro? any rankling animosity from his defeated -
north felt the truth of his story, and
I IIi'\ We think not. Where glory and opponent.-Funta Gorda S -
: feeling, loved the south for its splendid -
shame are in the balance all the more Herald.In "
*I know letter from son.
you expected a me
! : tome time ago but I will state my reat' glory to him who wins the glory, and Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe. Four Full Quarts, Delivered, $3.50
. sons, plainly why I did not write before AS TO ADJUTANT GENERAL.
' all the more shame to him who deserve We have received the
following
"
:i t this, says Mr. Joseph Grass of Brewer Twelve Full Quarts
,f Perry Co., Mo. "It was because I did the shame. letter from Mr. Roy Kemp, of Angola,. The following letter from Rau 5 Delivered $10.00
ex-Judge
\1 : not wish to deceive any one. I wanted
When Ben Hill and Alexander Ind. "I in bed t
four
was weeks with
to be sure that your 'Golden Medical Young of Jackson*ille to the Florida 'It
,, Discovery had benefited me and it took Stephens were great in their day and la grippe, and I tried many remediesand I -
Metropolis is and will be
time after I stopped taking the medicine opportune /
before I felt I had realized generation they bad a furious contro- spent considerable for treatment # \
i r sure permanent read with interest at this time: No marks to Indicate contents of
: p;. results from its use. After taking Charges and countercharges with physician but I received box
versy. no re 7' Orders
filled
six bottles of Golden Medical Discovery Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 13, loo!. j same day a. received.!
: and one vial of your 'Pleasant Pellets were made involving political honor, lief until I tried Fole 's Honey and To the Editor; of the Metropolis

at* ,able to do a day's itvrk ttith integrity and veracity of each other. Tar. Two small bottles of this medicine A recent letter from Gen. Foster, $ STRAUSS
fay man. I cannot express in words the & CO.
good your medicines hare done me." Details of alleged. facts were made by cured me, and no w I use it exclusively <. announcing himself as a candidate

,; D,.. Pierce8 Pleasant Pel Mr.Stephens reflecting upon )Ir.H ill. in my family." 'lafee no, before the primary for adjutant gen Wholesale and Ilelall Liquor Dealer,

let euro constipation. Mr. Hill denied the charges and clos- substitutes. Postoffice Drug Store. eral, and several other articles which OCALA, "'I.OnIlH.
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THE OCALA BANNR.. !PAil >SEVEN

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I dangers of shifting quicksands to till TRAILING BY BLOODHOUNDS. Tribute to Confederate Chieftains.1 e

\' MASS CHORES it up as has occurred on the Atlantic Marion Camp No. 56 U. C. V. met

( coast of Florida. The channel can be ro the Editor: or the Ocala Banner. in the armory Wednesday morning Nitcre-a Giftlfrom the Sonny South

opened with little comparative labor The use of bloodhounds in tracking to hear the report of the committeeto

Awful> Suffering of has become so common, based
a Boy and expense as the bed of the bay is persons draft resolutions upon the deads

the idea that in this retard
from an soft sandstone, calcarious roek, coral upon of Gen. James Longstreet and Gen. .ottoteae
Itching (
and shells. These would give solid they are reliable, that our legislaturein John B. Gordon.

1901 authorized the commissioners
Humour. walls to direct the flow of the river county The committee submitted the following .

to purchase them for the
current, which by its force would which were unanimously
use of the sheriffs in pursuit of criminals.
carry through foreign matters with- adopted:

CURED BUUTICUBA gut deposit. The dissipated watersof Whereas, Our Heavenly Father, in

That this dog is not to be always
the river where it deboushes could His divine wisdom has called to ChaunceyDepew

trusted in this particular seems to not
Not One Square Inch of Skin be consolidated into one channel by himself, from our Southland! and our t-
on
meet the approval of some of the
jetties and piling. We thus enter the nation our beloved leaders, Generals: a
His Whole Was court. It said of him by the WAS
, Body is ONCE ASKED:
WithUcoochee river with a depth of John B Gordon and James Long-!

R of Nebraska in recent -
court a
Unaffected water exceeding twenty feet and 'follow supreme street, therefore be it

I it without obstruction for nine opinion: fhe blo dbounds has, Resolved By the Marion Camp 'Is life worth living;?" He replied: "It ,

"My little son, a boy of five, broke miles to Fort Clinch, at which pointwe of course, a great reputation for sagacity \o. 56 U. C. V. First that we mourn depends upon the liver." Chauncey was
out with is belief partially right but he might have added
an itching rash. Three doc- and there a prevalent
meet with obstruction of lime the death of our two great leaders, that it depended quite as much upon the
tors prescribed for him, but he kept that iu the and discovery of
pursuit stomach and the manner' in which it did
rock which could be easily removedor snd we desire to put our tribute on
getting worse until we could not dress criminals he is practicably f its work. The moment you put lard-
him any more. They finally advisedme excavated. dt this point however fugitive record. We loved them living aud cooked food in your stomach; you are
infallible. It is commonly accepted out for
a sending pressing invitation dyspepsia
to try a certain medical college, but we will consider tn> construction revere their memories when dead. i
ita treatment did not do good. At notion that he will start from a place II I to call upon you. This may sound
any
the time I was Induced to of the canal to the St. Johns They were amon{ the bravest: of the : exaggerated, but let us reason it out.
try Cutlcura where a crime his been committed, Lard is made from hog fats. The hog isn't the most cleanly animal
Remedies he
was so bad that I had to river. The first consideration is the brave soldieis who followed the Stats'and
cut his hair off and in the world, and why should lard be any more digestible than fat
put the Cutlcura follow tor miles the track whichhe
Ointment on him on bandages/ ,as it was supply of water. Blue Spring and upon Bars. They were peerless it i, pork It isn't You are simply taking chances when you use lard ia
has been set, find the culprit, con cooking; if it doesn't harm you, you're lucky.
impossible to touch him with the Silver
bare able
Spring are the great subterranean generalship, as statesmen, true
hand. There was not one inch front him and miiabile dicta by The best in
square fountains of supply and the patriots loving friends, and stainleat''!' shortening the universe is Cottolene. It is made from
of skin on his whole
body that was not refined
and mien declare Thou vegetable oil and choice beef suet. There's no ingredient aboutit
affected. lie was one mass of sores. sufficiency from these sources first accusing bay Christian gentlemen. but what is pure wholesome and digestible. No other shortening

The bandages used to stick to his skin art the man. will do the work of Cottolene. You must either use Ccttoleni or an
and in removing them it used to take suggested the idea of a ship canal.It Second, That while we bow in inferior product Which are you going to do?
the skin off with them and the This strange belief is with some I
screams has been computed that they severally bumble submission to the will of
from the poor child were heartbreaking. people apparently iucorrijible. It is Guard against substitutes. Cottolene comes only in sealed tin
I began to think that be would discharge over five bundled God, who has called ihe- servants to pails (three sizes) with a red label and band. In the center of the

: never get well but after the second thousand cubic feet of water per min a delusion which abundant actual come and be with the Great: Captainof label is our trade mark-a steer's head in cotton plant wreath. Cot-

application of Cutlcura Ointment I has failed to dissipate.It I tolene is not open to contamination as is bulk lard; the quality is
began to see signs of improvement, ute. They are twenty three miles experience Salvation, jet we sorrow because always uniform and guaranteed.Ask .

and with the third and fourth applica- apart, the former about fifteen miles lives on from generation to gent r- their places on earth shall know tliunno :
tions the sores commenced to dry up. your grocer for a pail of Cottolene and start yourself on tho
t His skin peeled off twenty times, but it from Fort Clinch discharged into the ation. It has still the attractivenessof more. right road to successful cookery.

finally yielded to the treatment. I used Withlacoochee river and the latteron a fresh creation. Time writes no Third That tender to the families
we -
I USE J$ LESS. Cottotene richer either lard
the Cutlcura Resolvent for his blood being than or cooking
and now I can say that he is entirely I the Atlantic slope, about twenty i I wrinkles on its brow But it is nevertheless of our departed defender, our butter one-third less is required.

cured and a stronger and healthier boy a delusion-au evident aud
never saw than he is five miles from the St. Johns river, most profound sympathies. FREE SandIS a Be stamp to pay postage and wall mail you a copy of our book
you to-day. obvious delusion. Home Helps." edged by Mrs.R ROBERT WATTAM, discharges into the St. Johns. The Fourth, That a copy of these resolutions from the country's noted cooks.

4922 Center Ave., Chicago Ill., Dec. The sleuthound of fiction is a mar
be sent to the families of
of water is attested at this
sufficiency : our
30, 1897. Made only by THE N.K.FA1RBANK COMPANY. Dept 502 Chicvo 0

No return in six years, Mr. Wattam time by the low water of the Ockla- velous dog, but we find nothing quite heroic dead, and that they be printed I _. '_ ,
writes Feb. 23, 1903. like him real life. The I H -, -u .._ -. ._" ,
waba, south of its junction with the in in tbe Ocala Banner and !Star. '
"Your letter of the 21st in regard to

the case of my little boy at hand. I am Silver Spring run, as it is called. path of every human being through C. M. Brown, D. A. Miller, W. C. i .- -

truly thankful to say that the cure the world at every step from tLe ---- -
From the said to the lakes Jetlords, Committee. |
junction
I; effected by the Cuticura Remedies has !
been a most tho">ugh and successful southward the navigation has ceased, ] cradle to the grave, is strewn with tilepUlrt'SCtnt J. F. EDWARDS'BIG

cure to date." excretions of his body." Simple Colds !I
leaving Silver Spring to supply water I
Sold throuf hoot th' world. lt"atvent,50e Cease to be simple if at all '
eta.tana_of.Jde-i baralite Coiled I Curl per, TI&| of sot, from its fountain to the junction with After referring to the crossing and pro- WHISKEY HOUSE
Soap.Se. Depotu London V CaarteihUM -
*q.i Parle*But d.U Fail i Boe'UII.1J1 vOlum&n paralelling tracks, etc., the judgesays: longed. Tbe safest way is to putt
1'.. Potter Drat tad Cb.....('!'fP..Sole Proprietor. the St. Johns river, a distance of one
if bend tor"Uow to Cure wr ...........* theai aside i at the beginning. Gainesville nncl Ocala Fh-4
=," --" hundred miles by the river. "He always: follows gome scent and Le very -- --- _ ------ ------
Ballard's Horehound Syrup stops vu O
FLORIDA SHIP CANAL ACROSS THE somewhere. Undoubtedly nice .
goes
f Throughout this distance the water is -
cold and removes the cause of colds.: M *ir
HECK OF THE PENINSULA. and delicate time and I Q
limpid as at its fountain head, ihus questions are tic, 50c and $1 bottle at AntiMonopoly -- I 3cS

demonstrating its sufficiency to sustain again presented to him for decision." Drug Store add Tydin&s & Co.: litRowe's I ..
: T Not knowing the consideration that
navigation independently of -- 1
The progress of science i in this century -J *- -m
other waters. The next consideration: |Ii caused the hound to adopt one cot- I:' = _-
has marked an era In the historyof ;Sfi: (1. .
U i the topography along the line. To elusion rather than another, the courtheld New Cafe I $ ab t
civilization. The polity of government / I "
that where the hound J as S= .
in case (
the it is level with local '
has advanced and material eye a general *. _cc Fo
had started 12 hours after the offense, .... Z I _
ttreogth has been supplied to all na exceptions easily passed through or Is the place to buy Fruits.Confectionery Nuts 00 2 =less:

circuited. and the trail nad been walked over, Lunches,Hot Coffe,Soil Cold Drinks Tobacco L: 0 ,.
tions which have followed in the Chickens Eggs and Produce = j a: Mr
Cigars. ; Oysters a '
t '. wake of science. National ideas have Of course however, there is a dividing etc.many time::during that time) the specialty. We sell them in any quantity desired == I PS?

ridge as shown by the flow of conclusion of'the dog was not competent We have an up t,'-date cook and serve .! ', P?
sectional bias and
f enlarged beyond
them in any style. esO. -c!!
the waters from said springs. The and a citizen should not be punished :
geographical boundaries. The intellect !- *
for an alleged crime because Ray, per plate ISc i I 5 '
gradients, however, would be trifling FAMOUS A\HEIJMK m'MJH BEER '
...; has achieved success where arms Per doz on half shell iSc I _
"a certain dog indicated by his conduct -
t and little or no lockage would be re-
would have failed. The laboratoriesof Stew 2Sc
I examined that he believed the scent cf FINE WINB8. WHI-iKIBSand BRANDIES.
science and empiricism are aglow quired. The !!oilll.s far as Fry 35c }Iy l2oo Rye or Bourbon at..... ._. -S1.7S i My 14 oo Gin at_.......?... .._-,,,?$}aMy
I some microscopic particle supposed to _, ... 3 loo rmthCaroiina ... ..
is clay and calcareous affording dur- Half Fry 20c 250 .. oo I My .. Corn at. -S
..
with experiments to solve the laws of My 3,00 ........-...... 2.56 My 2.50" Mm Dew corn at. to
.have been dropped by the perpetratorof By the Pint 20c II .. ____..., .. .. .. .
My 3.00"
able sides for the canal. Thf estimated My 4.00 3.00 .. .. .. .. ? 1 0*
nature and establish the rules and My 2.00 Gin at ___ __ ..... 1.751 I 4J ,..
the crime was identical with, or By the Quart 3Sc ... '
cost of this canal, taking the loo1 My 4 oo New England Rum at. ia 3
industries of art. Commerce and By Half Gallon 65c Tie J'M and( Keg Made a Special Feature i
depth of the excavation to closely resembled! the cent of the .

international comity have associated average who had been accused." By the Gallon I.IOc I In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of 111'., HaU-ganoe J.ft, 1
for be thirty feet, the width of, bottom person .gallon jug l5C.2-piUonju,2sc3-gallon,351:: keg..$. .
nations into mutuality progress -- ----- Fresh and Salt Water Fish.: I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house ia Florid.becl1IlC I give good k* |
hundred and feet and the
one fifty estgoodsandtnllmeasnre,
materials of
and advancement in the Boschee's German Syrup.
Country trade solicited. Ladies A tnalorder wilt conrince you thlt"we Ire the people." Termscash with the order.

lower and civilizition. England top two hundred and ten feet, forMxty We cannot understand why any and Gents. Come and se ns and be convinced Youra.anxiou.toplese. J. p. EDWARDS.

two miles (the length: of the \Ve satisfaction in
guarantee you quantity
.; operates with France to cons'ruct person sutlermg with a cold or throat
quality and price or jour money refunded.We .
canal) together with locks and entrance
a tunnel under the English channel and lung trouble will neglect to purchase respectfully solicit a share of your patron

to the Withlacoiicbee, is about age. Open (lav aud night till o'clock and
and with political sagacity purchased a bottle of German :Syrup:;! sold
during the day Sundays. No. roe North Magnolia -
eight milli'/ns of dollars. There will
an interest in the Suez canal to secure !,. In all civilized pans of the world, !street first door south of the John McCarthy -
be a great reduction of distance if the old bek store. Ocala Fla.
access to the East: Indies. At homewe without a single case of failure.
obstructions of the Withlacoochee
are bound by cordons of iron from There are thousands of consumptivesright I Biliousness
river above Fort Clinch be removed, S. E. ROWE, Ma ager. I II
mountain to sea board, from ocean to here in Ocala that give Boschee's II I makes
and by using portions of the Silver I
ocean, and connected by electric German Syrup the sole credit of their .I / 7/ Chronic Invalids.
and Oeklawaha river
run as
Spring
chains. from hemisphere to r-tuiis- oeing alive today. Ask the Anti. i When the liver is torpid and tail to do ita work

j'here. In this centennial anniversary parts of canal. The St. Johns river Monopoly Drug Store. Price 25 ando Important Decision the bile enters the blood aa a Tjrulent poison. Thenit'

. American art lifts the crest of and the "sisters" will require dredge cents. 2 it' ,cornea constipation, biliousness, lIck headache levers

the ing at points to give uniform depth II! malaria. The only treatment that gives tile lifer juit
exhibition to
in proud Lower
manhood
Fish insurance Rates to bt
Industry.
to the canal. Big ,; If the right touch and starts Nature' work ia be right i
equal
Given Persons I
Science has demonstratedthat to who do
world. Carolina
There are fisheries in North 1 Ii manner 18 1 I
In conclusion I must say that this not Drink Alcoholic .
deburchure of the
the gorged magnificent stream is wasting its which employ as many as 3.>,000 (>*O- LiquorsBy AMON'S LIVER PILLS }
be opened to ocean
craft Mississippi and ran the pent-up power of that waters and pleads for the commerceof I II pie. The product is put up in various j. ANOTONIC; PELLETS r !1

ways and shipped to all parts of the a recent decision of one of the larf I
artificial tribu- touches
adrift the the gulf through an The piD the liver and the peueta tons the
mighty liver sent upon country, but much the larger portionis est insurance companies of the United system.
tary that will knit the bonds of affinity -
deep waters laden from the granaries manufactured into fertilizers.The : States, lower rates are to be given those -

of the Great West This achieve with the nations dependent on persons who do not indulge In the use of 25 dose(or$days cut 25 cents, and unless -

and our granaries and that will give the number of fish caught at a Intoxicating liquors. This Is Just,for your case is exceedingly bad. you
national deliverence will be well before finish them.
went ii a you
single haul are given as follows; In itatlstics from all ,
offer tributeto nation revenue in peace and securityin sources show that theme Sample free. For Bale M

on behalf of our state we war. S. M. G. GARY. 1843 of shad, 6,004; of striped bass or of alcoholic drinks always predisposes an dealer&.

the enterprise by suggesting that a Ocala, Fla., June It 1576. rock-fish, 43,700 pounds; of herring to kidney troubles, and Bright's

further barrier be removed by a ship 300,000 pounds. Disease, Diabetes and all other fatal kid.

of Florida. Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin L. L. D, ney diseases are far more frequent among
canal the peninsula
across Florida has toast than I
a larger sea
to other projects Waverty, Texas, writes: l"0f| a drinkers of beer and alcoholic beverages
Without prejudice North Carolina or other state in than those who do
I morning, when first rising, I often any among not Indulgein
aid of government to the Union and while her fish industry .
we bespeak the find a troublesome collection of them. POST OFFICE; Dltl'G STOKE. OCA1VIXA. ,

survey the route near the twenty phlegm, which produces a cough, andis is large, she has no such number In a recent address before the Senate of -.-

ninth parallel of north litatude to the very hard to dislodge; but a small as 35,000 people employed in them. the United States, Hon.J.U.Gallinger, -

St. Johns river and thence throughthe quantity of Ballard's Horehound The number of fish caught at a Senator from New Hampshire, gave the Brick LOTT W. JOHNSON

Fernandina. It is the Syrup will at once disMgc it, and single naul in North Carolina seem results of most thorough Investigation ,

"sisters'1 to I know of made to ascertain the effects of beer drinkIng Lime
the the trouble is over. no infintesmal beside those stories set .Dealer in-- -
i shortest route for connecting the health and life of Individ-
f
upon
that is it and it is
to
medicine equal afloat by Editor Adrian P. Jordan of

the waters Atlantic of the ocean Gulf of Mexico with dially so pleasant recommend! to take. it I to can all most persona cor- the Punta Gorda Herald. all uals.cases He of showed Bright's conclusively Disease were that caused almost Hair Cement NW[ !AND SECOND-NAND[C MACNINrRI..PROPRIETOR ![ R I

beer and that other fatal kid.
To begin, there is a gap through St. needing a medicine for throat or lung Domestic Troubles.It by drinking
troubles had the same origin as a rule. OF -
Martin's red with a depth of twenty troubles." Price 2c. 50c, $Jbottle, at is exceptional to find a family racy As of men Laths
probably a large majority
according to the I Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Ty- where there'are no domestic ruptures THE LAKE CITY MACHINE tH h PS.
._ three feet of water, drink beer It becomes a matter of great
& Co. m And
dings but these be lessenedby
occasionally can
,
C affording to know the best of overcoming
survey concern
report of the U. s. coast way Locomotives For Sale and Lease.
Life Pills
New
The editor of the Nassau County having Dr. King's ita effects the kidneys. There II
from the deep upon Shingles.Office .
; an entrance around. Much trouble they save by Second Hand Rail Bought ant Sold
nothing that will so quickly make the kidneys .
mouth of Star was presented with four pocketbooks -
waters of the gulf to the their great work in Stomach and tubular biui.une
return
right in these cases as FOLET'S EID- One 72x16 ft nigh pressure
the Withlacoochee river. This reel 'as Christmas presents. We Liver troubles. They not: only relieVv KIT CCBB.!taken early it will cure every 25 hose power Economic boiler, one 100 hN'"- jmwrr

of them will be 25c Antl Mono Ball Automata engine one 10x 4 Toltert eugiti*, one
at
millions of labor hope none empty you, but cure. I'
constructed by form of kidney trouble and even in hopeless
was and Shops 14x16 New York !Safety engine, one 12x16 E.ie City

trs and affords not only a gateway for during the year 1904.:Banner o caeslt will give relief. It is an hon nearS. engine, one 6x24! Frank Planer, one 30 ton Baldwin locomotive

breakwater for safe, Liberty. Sow, with those fFOLEYSKIDNEYCURE I sit preparation and can be relied upon to and a lot lot other boilers and engines! and
entrance but is & A. L. Freight
ii distribution the Nassaue do all that Is claimed for Ik other machinery on hand.
Without it an l for political ; I

anchorage opened channel within.would be liable to th editor ought to be a happy man. Makes Xidnevs and Bladder Rioht Postoffice Drug Store. Depot. LAKE C.'ITY: *- FL0311D.V


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THEIR DEMANDS. MARIETTA, GA, HAS LEE ISSUES. CIRCULAR. GOVERN NT TROOPS w: BERLIN FLA. J&0.18, 1904. "
Trouble
May Result Over Strike
of
Relative to Movement to Erect Monument
to the Editor of the Octli Banner.
Drivers In St.
St. Louis Jan. 21.-Pursuant Louis. to an FIRE LOSS. $150,000 to Gen. Gordon. MARjHMNTIAGODecisive I do not quite agree with Mr. Hay-
Birmingham, Ala.; Jaa. .-A spe-
order issued at a meeting held late elal to The News from Columbus, craft's solutiou of the algebraic example

'; last ernood night of by Teamsters the International SOO hack BrothS and Five Buildings Have "Fallen Lee Miss., commander-ln-chief, says that General of Stephen the United D. Battle: Likely to Occur about the ages of the brother I

carriage drivers went on a strike today Prey to Flames Confederate Veterans, today issued the at Any Moment. ao I submit the following:
to force their demand for $10.50 following unofficial! circular relativeto KICIURD \V. EKUIM
per veek, day of 12 hours, It cents WERE PARTIALLY INSURED. the movement to erect a monumentto REBELS PREPARED TO RESIST. Terii *
.' per hour over-time and recognition Let X = age of older at time of
o
the late General John B. Gordon:
the union., The Fire Originated In the Mercantile 1. The great demonstration of warm They Are Strongly Intrenched In Their COli Vt'tlIlI.liou.
A small portion of the Let Y difference of of bro
men are kve and confidence shown at the buri agt"tI
working ia East St. Louis. The strike Establishment of Florence, King & Capital and Battle Will Likely Be Our money winning books, thers.
al of General John B. Gordon at Atlanta written by men who know tell
Is directed against the Sl Louis Lav Co.-Their Entire Stock, Valued at Ga., and the abundant evidence of Most Important of Jiminez Revolu you all about X-i -l1 i : ery Men's and Undertakers' associa !in tion. Add Y to uf each Diva
$42,000, Was Destr ad. esteem manifested everywhere our age ,
tion. Officials of the Citizens' Industrial beloved Southland, and also throughout Potash X+Y'X=9'J/
association which supports the Marietta, Ga., Jan. 21.-F'lre, which our great republic suggests to the New York, Jan. 21.-Seven hundred !!XY=99 (1))
" livery men and undertakers in their originated the mercantile establish government soldiers are on the Marchto They are needed by every man !
/ undersigned some concentration of action who owns a field and a plow, and X+Y=2 (X-Y) ((2)) .
sta d Santiago, the rebel stronghold, saysa
against their employers, declare ment of Florence, King & Co., early
necessary to a quick and success. I who desires to get, the most out X+Y-2X-4Y
, ;- that any attempt of the strikers to interfere today, destroyed that property and hve till movement to erect a monumentout Herald dispatch from Puerto Plata, of them.
Santo It is believed this Theyarefru. Send postal card. X-2X=4YYY5Y
with funerals will be promptly buildings, entailing a loss of $150,000; of such funds as may be raised this Domingo. UOI1KS:
Kill
suppressed, if covered insurance. battle will be the most important ot GERMAN -
.' even the militia has partially by >ear. Hew T rt- 8 >auau Street,
to be called out. Representatives of The entire stack of Florence, King the Jimiiisz revolution. The rebels or X- 5Y
2. While, as commander-in-chief of Atlanta, Ga.ft*. Brood St.
the nlon declare that the strike management & Co., valued at -12,000, was entirely the Confederate Veterans' organiza are firmly entrenched in their capital Since 2X+Y=99 substituting value ot

"' T will countenance no violence. destroyed.The tions, I do not think it proper to is- and it is presumed they will make a X in ((1))

r William Reynolds:: : however, business buildings were owned by J. D. sue in general orders, an appeal; still, desperate resistance. 11 Y=90
agent of the union adds Nortbcutt and T. Details of the recapture of Puerto ----
that the union George Gober, and as successor of our beloved commander Y=99
:' controls independent were valued at 37000.. Plata a few days ago by the government CONDUCTOR WANGLED.
and
carriages and his personal friend and ad X=45 age of older brother,
eight hearses and that with these mirer, I issue this call to every Confederate forces:: show, according to The X-Y=36ageof younger brother
"they propose to conduct whatever fu BASS FRAZIER LOCATED. organization to divisions, brigades Herald's correspondent, that the com Fell Between Cars on the SeaboardAir It evident iu ((2)) that when the
nerals there will mander of an American war vessel in Line Road.
be during the strike: and of the United Confederate
camps
", J older wts the of the DOW
Mr. Reynolds said: After Years of Mystery News Comes associations; to the Ladies'emorial the harbor practically managed the Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 20.-Near age younger
X- the Ylr.s
"There befits, and that a fighting zone de- Irondale this morning Conductor or ( ) years younger was
will
be no repetition: of the of Former Tech Student. M association and Daughters,
Chicago troubles here, and the first Atlanta Jan. 21.-After three yearsof Sons and Children of the Confederacy, marked by the commanders of the Charles Turner, in charge of a construction that amount or (X2Y) years. W.
(union man caught violating his instructions mystery and unexplained absence to take Immediate action and organ United States and British warships, train on the new extension have given..X+Y=X-2Y)
from h'as accepted by the contending forces. of the Seaboard Air Line, which is -
the strike commission will Bass Frazier, the, former Tech student ize to secure subscriptions to secure
be' disciplined." from Union Springs. Ala., has been lo a monument movement. President Morales' troops promptly being built into this city, fell between Stop It
Business Agent Reynolds announces cated. 3. I also suggest to states, cities and respected the order to cease firing, although the cars and was run over and mangled A neglected cough or cold may leadto

that the strikers would,have financial Young Frazier is a corporal in the organizations generally to unite withus Jimiuez's forces, when routed, to death by a car loaded with serious bronchial or lung trout..lH.Don't .
backing t o the amount of $250,000 Twenty-sixth United States infantry in building a monument. ran through the streets and continued steal rails. take cbaners when Foles'sHoney
,from the International stationed Fort Tex. His 'to: fire in all directions.An Turner lived in Atlanta, to which ,
Brotherhood oi at Ringold. 4. I also suggest that a local com- and Tar afford perfect secu*
,Drivers. family has known of his whereabouts mittee be promptly formed at Atlantato American force, composed ot city his body will be sent. rity from serious effects of a cold.
since last July and while they have receive subscriptions for the monu eight men, with the stars and stripes, THE CEREMONIES WERE SIMPLE Postofflce Drug Store In
NOT ANXIOUS TO FIGHT. made no secret of their knowledge, ment at the home of General Gordon. went to the firing line and demandeda
only a few of their friends knew the (Signed) Stephen D. Lee. suspension of hostilities. The com --- -- -- --
Be No War ) facts until mander of the United States warship
May Between Panama and a day or two ago.
; Colombia. loung Frazier, then a student at ACUTE PHASE PASSING. then landed a force of 100 men and arranged THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine .
New Jan. the Tech for the surrender of the fort
York 21.-Strong: indications disappeared from Atlanta in
that there will be no war between January, 1901, Just four years ago. This seems To Be the Opinion of the The Americans disarmed the Jimi
Panama and Colombia have The peculiar circumstances leading up Russian Press. tea forces and later turned over the I
been observed by Bishop Jungulo, who to the disappearance caused the wide SL Petersburg, Jan. 21.-The attacks fort to General Cespedes, in commandof
has just returned from Cartagena and spread impression that he had been on Japan 'in the Russian press the government troops.BOMBARDMENT First Class. Hates Reasonable.

Barranquilla, cables the Panama corresxmdent kidnaped and foully dealt with. Searching are ceasing. The newspapers print
of The Herald. The bishop parties were organized, rewards reports to the effect that the acute CONTINUES.
Journeyed to Colombia to see the papal were offered and the brothers of young phase is passing and they continue to Refurrjisljed Throughout) Special Rates by Month.
nuncio, who Is enroute to the front Frazier came to Atlanta to assIst in assert that mediation Is unnecessary. Vigorous Attack by the Forces of General

along the Panama border, having returned the prosecution of the search. A confusion of Olongampo in Subig JimInez.
in ill-health. It now develops that while the bay near Manila with Yongampho on New York Jan. 21.-It is reported
The soldiers from the interior, he search was under way young Frazier the Yalu river has led the Russian here, says a Herald dispatch from St.
says, cannot stand the heat of the was in San Francisco and later in the press into a curious attack on the Thomas, D. W. I., that the Dominican MRS. THOS. J. BARNES PROP

climate and the conditions in the Colombian Philippines in the ranks of the Twen United States. The statement that minister of foreign affairs, accompa .

camps.. 'There are no facilities ty-sixth infantry under the name of Rear Admiral Evans' squadron was soul by'a delegate, has left San Domingo -
for getting supplies, and there is J. E. Williams. to proceed to Olongampo was either for Washington to attempt to
great differing among the soldlesr. The following telegram from Union garbled in transmission or misunderstood make arrangements with the United GREAT SACRIFICE SALE I II

.. The hospitals are reported crowded, Springs Ala., Tells of FrazIer's disappearance for it was reported here that States to establish a protectorate over
and discontent was expressed everywhere. the destination of the American ships the republic of Santo Domingo. Have a Great Quantityof
;. The troops are not anxtouto Ala., Jan. 19.-Bass was at Yongampho. This error was Vigorous bombardments of the capital
start on a hard Journey to the isthmus Frazier, the young man of this city made the basis of an attack on the continues by the forces of General Second Hand Furniture -
: and sentiment along the''coast who disappeared from Atlanta in January motives ct the United States by the Jiminez. Many refugees including Much of it as Goodas

favors the abandonment of the Idea I 1901, and was believed to have Novoe Vremya and LUtok, both papers several deputies, have arrived hereon New, all Manner of
of a campaign rather than risk seri- been kidnaped is in the United States pretending to see in this move the French steamer from Port-Au- Articles and for
ous troubles. army. the entrance of the United States into Prince, Haytl. I. :.

'j The people in the cities are sax On Jan. t. 1901. Frazier left Atlanta the quarrel. The Novoe Vremya remarks j
ious to be rid of the burden imposed and went direct to Denver where he : A dispatch last night from San Juan, LACK OF STORAGE ROOM

'en them by paying the army and all enlisted in the Twenty-sixth infantry. "At least America will be an open P. R., announced the arrival there ota
the officials on a gold basis as the> Frazier then removed to San Francisco enemy which is preferable to a secret delegate on his way to Washingtonwith Will sell at almost your price. Call at once
have received no gold from Bogota and embarked for the Philippines one" the object of soliciting recognition -
and the drain is greater than they are : where he served two and a half of the Morales government and E. C. SMITH ,
willing to stand. The government years. He was engaged in some of TRAIN SERVICE PARALYZED. the isuance.of an exequateur to its
Junta here has letters from Bocas del the hottest fights of the campaign consul general In New Yotk. No Ocala Furniture Co.
7 Toro and other points showing that and acquitted himself excellently. Winter Storm Causes Great Inconvenience mention was made of a desire for a .
; there has been no further advance of Last July he was returned to Fort In Chicago. protectorate.
.
the Colombian army.LOUISIANA Rragold. Tex, and has since comma Chicago, Jan. 21.-As the result of -- -
nicated with his people here. the storm train service on the! South COTTON PRICES SOARING.
ELECTIONS. He had enlisted under the name of Side elevated road was paralyzed for
'!! :. J. F. Williams. Until then he was unaware nearly two hours today, endangering Surpas All Records Since WarTimes Atlantic CoastLine.
Returns Indicate Nomination of Bla n. of the disturbance caused by life and discommoding hundreds of In New York.
chard for Governor. his disappearance and supposed kid passengers. Rain-soaking the superstructure New York, Jan. 21.-Cotton: prices
The Great
Eigtaaj! oi Travel Between
New Orleans, Jan. 21.-Today's returns ; naping. Learning this, h edecided to of the road caused the moisture surpassed all previous records since
of yesterday's primary do not indicate re-enlist instead of coming home. to communicate to a defective war times again: today when March i

any change in the result previously This he did on the 6th instant and third rail support near a network of sold at 14.48, May at 14.54 and July I1 LOU IDA and the EAST asset AVI 1ST, SOUTH and SOUTH. I
announced so far as the contest was immediately appointed corporal, switches. The electric current desert at 14.61. The further advances were Route of the Celebrated Trains:
between Blanchard and Jaestrem with flattering prospects of early pro ed the car motors and lowed through attended by considerable activity and
NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL
I ski fo r governor are concerned. motion. He is now enlisted in his the iron work of the structure to the excitement, but the market soon became ,
,I : Blanchard is apparently nominated, own name. On account ot the good ground. The entire structure for a ,quieter and it seemed that the '
FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN LIMITED
his majority in the city being approximately standing of his family his disappear considerable distance, was electlfied trading but the market soon became
9,000. The result in the country ance created excitement: throughout and menaced the safety of horses and quieter and tt seemed that the trading CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMB ED
: is figured to be close. this section, especially here, where men below until the current was shutoff was more largely for professionalthan Convenient Schedules
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Sanders is nominated for lieutenant friends were solicitous concerninghim. at the powerhouse public account.
governor and Foster for United States All this while the facts of his Trains on the road were crowded. The opening was firm at an advance Elegant Pullman Service,

senator. whereabouts remained closely shrouded Passengers on the stalled trains after of from 13 to 23 points following cables -I Magnificent Dining Caw:
The attorney generalship between in mystery although he regularly waiting for some time for signs of life about 10 points better than expected ,
Convenient Method of
Reid and Guion is doubtful. communicated with his people here in the motors, took surface lines and reports of a continued good TraTfliur. I II
There may have to be second races since last July. Today the Bullock reached their work down town after gpotyemand: and estimates pointing I I
, for auditor and treasurer. County Breeze learned of the matter long delay. towards continued light receipts. Atlantic Coast Line One Thousand Mile Tickets, good or I
., and was given full information. Thua Tie initial advance, however, addedto fifteen thousand miles of railroad, embracing all portion of th j t
; BODY TO LIE IN STATE. it became known to the public, although Landlord Was Prince of Wales. the gains of the last two days south, on sale at principal agencies, rate of $25.00 each. Limited .
it has been guarded as a secret New York, Jan. 21.-At Lambeth a meant a net advance of nearly 3.4 o! to one year from date of purchase.For f

Thousands .f Children Will View R s- by those who have heard from hi n. coroner's Jury has returned a verdict a cent a pound. full, and complete information regarding rates, schedules,
mains of Train. ft just happened* not to become general ttf accidental death in the case of a CHILD Pullmam; service, etc., call on or address, : : i,
'- New York. Jan. 21.-Tho body of talk. All his friends here are Ala woman who fell down stairs, says a 3 f I.

George Francis Train, who died early' of young Frasier's safety, and are confident Times dispatch from London. The T. C. WHITE, D. P. A., Tampa! Fla. j t :
yesterday, has been removed from i that he will make a IplendldIOldler. Jury then remarked that the landlord Unexplained Tragedy In Man's Homeat Wr J. CRAIG, G. P. A. Wilmington, N. C.

Hill's hotel to a mortuary chapel, should be compelled to provide handrails Oakland, N. J. H. M EMERSON T. M., Wilmington, N. 0. ) r t tr tt
where it will lie in state until the funeral -- the lack of which caused the wo New York. Jan. 21.-An unexplained t t
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hour tomorrow. KOLB WILL MAKE RACE. man's death. The landlord io question tragedy has been discovered in the t
Thousands of children ia whom Mr. is the Prince of Wales, as the home at Oakland, N. J., of Arthur Os
TraIn displayed remarkable interest, Prominent Alabama Citizen Will Once house belongs to the Duchy of Corn wall, a fireman. When he returned i
are expected to take a farewell view More Enter Politics. wall. from hit work in another village Os SEABOARD
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of the remains. Montgomery, Ala., Jan. .-A telegram wald was horrified to find the body of :
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The funeral will be private, and the !: has been received in this city Governor Terrell Pays Reward. his 8.>ear-old son lying on the kitchen II I ,
interment will be made in Greenwood stating that Captain R. F. Kolb of Atlanta Jan. 21.-The governor has floor. The child had been beheadedand I Air Line Hallway.ForSlVAXYAII .
cemetery. Birmingham will soon make his announcement paid a reward of $100 to Thomas R. its head lay between Its feet. Theboy's E

as a candidate for president Easterling sheriff of Manatee county, pet had also been killed in a
Billiardltt Schaefer's Challenge.New of the Alabama railroad comet ib' Florida, for the apprehension of H. C. similar manner.

York, Jan. 21.-Jacob Schaefer, slon. Joyner, recently convicted in Wayne Mrs. Oswald lay in bed in a delirium
the American billiardist now here h ae Captain Kolb has figured in some county of manslaughter and sentencedto with 7-months-old baby sleep COLUMBIA.
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published a letter, says a Herald dispatch of the most notable campaign m this years in the penitentiary. ing peacefully at her side. 'Two other RICHMOND, "'ASIII' GTOX. II ALT I HO UK, P1I1LADEI,
from Paris, challenging any state. He was a candidate for governor children lay asleep in their crib. PHIi, SEW YOIlIi
billiard player in the world for two !in 1S90 1892 and 1894. He ran Lee Turner Acquitted Thus far nothing has been learned I
matches-one at 18-inch balk line, the last time as an Independent but Middlesboro, Ky.. Jan. 21.-Lee Turner from the mother as to the tragedy. Three Eegant7rains! ; Daily
two shots in 3,000 points, 500 points has since returned to the party. proprietor of the "Quarter house"
each night; the other match at cushion He still has a strong following. I who was charged with killing Deputy Well Known Banker Dead. i

caroms, 1,800 points 300 points each The announcement of B. B. COmEth Sheriff Charles Cecil in a famous battle New York, Jan. 21.-Richard Starr )

night, the matches to be played wi of Birmingham, for president of fie I was acquitted by the Jury today. Dana, a retired banker who for many SEAOARD EXPRESS. SE0BOiRD( MAIL.
I 2 3-8 inch balls and a SxlO-foot table. Alabama railroad commission, also created .
Russian Boats Enter Canal. years was heavily interested in the I
quite a stir in political circles. China trade is dead at his Dome
Port Said Jan. 21.-The Russian here.
I Nominations By President here. battleship Aurora, the transport Orel 1, He established in the early sixties a j Seaboard Florida Limited.
Washington. Jan. 21.-The presidenttoday
the collier Saratoff, and nine torpedo mercantile house in Hong Kong and I
sent to the senate the followingnominations Pope Issues Order. boat bound for the Far East, haveentered built up a large business with the interior Modem Pullman
: Navy-To be assist ant Rome, Jan. 21.-The pope has Issued i the Suez canal being the first white man to Equipment.! t+
paymasters; Ben D. McGee of Ohio a personal order transferring the election ..,
; I conduct a commission business in Chi Only. *inej(Derating Daily Through Sleepers from
Reginald Spier, of Pennsylvania. Ma of bishops who do'not depend on Renewal of Charter. na. During the Tai Finn rebellion n to New 0 leans. Jacksonville .
rine Corps-To be second lieutenants: the propaganda from the special commission i Atlanta. Jan. 21-Secretary of State he was made captain of volunteers For full information and sleeper reservations call ,
Lovick P. Pinkston Texas; Ypam: in- of cardinals to the congregation I Phil Cook has granted a renewal of and served as a member of the staff A. O. MacDONELL A. G. P.Agt. on any Agent
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*ondas L. BIgler Ohio; Tulman Bunch of the holy office w which the the charter of the Milledgeville Bank- of "Chinese" Gordon, whose close I JOHN DOZIER, agent W.'V. CONDO, Jacksonville Fla: a
South Carolina. is prefect : J City Ticket Asters
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Discovery"Made- by..,-PhYlj.. Rev Frank Gunsaulus en the Recent Negro Deputy Fell Wounded Then | &

\ .FIRINGJJMESTEADS' cfans: _at LincolnJHospiULflew I: Chicago Horror. Shot Prisoner Dead.

Bartow Fla., Jan. 19.-News comes Germ Infected Air. t
York
Jan. 19.-Encased withtDx'bofY'ota J4
Chicago Jan. 18.-"Our pulpits- from Bartow Junction that a
negro
t ; "Nativjps Striking ,Terror In man 23 years old;,thE 'mine with the rest-have had too much whose name is unknown here, who was Malaria is not confined exclusively to the swamps ;

dootorsof'the, IJncoln hospital in oils I, to say--about the New Jerusalem and wanted In Citrus for various and marshy regions of the country, but wherever there is

|- Southwest Africa.. city have found tie vital organs that j not enough concerning the vital need offenses, was shot county through. the heart bad air this insidieus foe to health is found. Poisonous .

l belong to an octogenarian. Thedl of Chicago' ", and vapors and gases from sewers and the musty air of damp a
killed by
. WIDE' AREAS ,ARE 'TAKEN IN.Co\ may be regarded as one of the "1 have neglected my duty. I have instantly the a negro deputy cellars are laden with the germs of this miserable disease .
* or spotter by name of Dave
most surprising in the history of'tnspost : seen' abuses. lawlessness-all-pervad which are breathed into the lungs and taken up by the

f German Troops Are Wholly mortem examinations and so fat ing and -unrebuked-negligence, in- White, from that that county.it Sheriff'. blood and transmitted to every part of the body. Then I
seems Warren, of
as known stands alone though it bears you begin to feel out of sorts vrtiout ever suspecting the
Inadequate to,Deal With the Revolt. competency and carelessness in public Citrus county, was alter the negro in No fiull I
some resemblance to the case of a life, and have not lifted voice cause. energy or appetite headaches, sleepy d
Ing Natives and the my question and had chased him to Lakeland tired and out'from the
completely fagged
peasant slightest exertion
Government girl, Jeanne Ufil, who arous against them. Hereafter, with God'shelp I
Carters Mill, and from there to
ed are some of the deplorable effects of this enfeebling
E Will Be Requested to Send Out Re- interest among French anatomists I will do my full duty as a cit tiartow Junction. He sent his
about 15 years I negro malady. As the disease progresses and the blood becomes J
f Inforcements.i William "McGrath: ago. tea spotter to the junction after the negro more deeply poisoned boils an.di bscesses and dark or 1

i i: Jan. 19.-Further advicei the hospital about four was admitted tc I This confession and promise for the and he had found the man and had yellow spots appear upon the sVinl: When the poison is 1 _
I ii' from German southwest weeks ago. future platforms has been made by him under 'irresL While waiting for left to ferment and the microbes and germs to multiply inthe _

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r burniug homesteads murdering settlers and part of the back in the region of the i church for the first time since little room occupied by the agent ot arise. As Malaria begins and develops in the blood, the treatment to be
I over wide areas. kidneys. He had lived in or neal the fire in the
iroquois theater, where-
thin Atlantic Coast Line effective must there
r The German railroad and begin too. S. S. S. destroysthe
I disturbed colonial troops in the New \ork all his life, there being nc the church was to have met on the picking up the agent's gun. leveledit germs and poisons and purifies the polluted
districts
to are wholly insufficient excess of ozone in the atmosphere following Sunday. }t was the fire lo at the negro who had arrested him blood, and under its tonic effect the debilitated

tives. deal with the revolting na which he took into his lungs, so there which the' nephew of Dr. Gunsaulua and tired. constitution rapidly recuperates and the system U

Chancellor Von Euelow submit. could not be any abnormal oxidation I lost his life."Public The ball entered the negro's thigh soon clear of all signs of this depressing disease-

ted to Emperor William )yesterday the in his arteries, as in the case ol sentiment is to blame," sail and he fell to the ground, but as he S. S. S. is a guaranteed purely vegetable remedy, mild pleasant and

dispatch received on the subject by Jeanne Uhl. His face was youthfulIn Dr. Gunsaulus. \Ve might put the did so he drew his revolver and, taking harmless. Write us if you want medical advice or any special information

the government and the emperor sent contour and his skin smooth, he mayor, the aldermen, the building department deadly aim, fired, the ball enter about your case. This will cost you nothing.
for War Minister Yon Linen and Admiralty : did not appear to be within three the theater
managers and ing the negro's heart. '.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
Secretary Von Tlrpitz. The years of his actual age. His ailmentwas all the stage hands in prison, but witha ATLANTA CA.

decision, of the conference was to Uiagonsed as acute nephritis permanent change in public senti CAR BARN BURNED.

ask the reichstag immediately t. authorize Inflammation of the kidneys. He received -, ment we should accomplish nothing. !!!

the sending out of re-inforce- the most skillful meulcal attention Don't'blame the mayor and the alder Coney Island and Brooklyn RailroaS i'

ments. and careful nursing. but sank rapidly men. Blame those that elect them"
I Company Suffers Loss. WE EAT MEAT
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Addressing reichstag Von But to death. An autopsy was performed "iiemove unsafe things. Do not permit New York, Jan. 16.-The 3-storj
low said it had become his duty to Inform in the presence of three of he them to exist. I mean not alone I-

the house of the serious position hospital stall. The kidneys were examined : unsafe theaters-but unsafe churches, car barnand about 50 cars of the Coney Ho grow strong. Unless we get

of the German settlers In West Africa first and the doctors were unsafe education, unsafe policies. island and Brooklyn Railroad compauy I i good meat we may as well let

through the revolt'of the Herros.They amazed to find them shriveled and In Brooklyn, were burned today i i .a i".,- t alone. There is no strength \

bad kille<| a number ot the settlers, contracted just as those of a man SO Memorial to Fire Victims. the fire threatening the safety of th ." \

who were fleeing to the stations, had years of age. Then the. dissectors t: Chicago Jan. 19.-Directors of the adjoining power house and putting l IS! in tough meat-instead of giving

destroyed houses and farm improve- found an enlarged liver that belonged l city hospital:: 83 Plymouth Place, have number of the Brooklyn car lines nut it takes strength to digest

Dents and had driven off the cattle to an octogenarian and not to a boy. I'I I decided to offer the site and buildingfor of commission for several,.hours. Ii i t. It pays to tie careful In -

of a great part of the German pioneers Further exploration disclosed heart' < the proposed memorial hospital to Three men were injured, but noi

who were now unable to leave grown to a size out of all proportion, I the! lroqulos theater fire victims..They )I fatally. The loss is estimated a t f! >' buying meat-be sure to get

the protection of the stations. Exhibited to a skilled anatomist witnits' i will make a gift of both. trom J100.000 to 1125,000. 's' the best-tender and choice

insurrections came at a time when history concealed, 'it would be pronounced .. The building- destroyed occupied fa I r t:.ay a little more if need beard w:
the and to be the heart FIRE AT SCHOOL entire block en Central avenue Iron
governor a large portion of ot a man at t g1 e
DeKalb avenue to Stockholm street. + Rut something in your stomach
the colonial troops were subduingthe least 75 years old accustomed all his

BondeUwar tribe, 20 days' march lif ,to hard work. Pupils Trown Into panic-one Girl Train Robbers_ Elude Officers. LZ;& : k-.z- which will put flesh on your

the remaining forces being scattered Nature presented another and a Trampled to Death. I : .4q:1.: b o nes and strong blood in your<< I
Sanderson. Fla., Jan. la.SheriS
away. In consequence ot this and stranger abnorinability 1n the hardening Dayton, O., Jan. 19.-The Allen
along the various places ot refuge in of the arteries. These pipes had I school building in North Dayton was Henderson and a posse were out al

the middle of the colony, the native lost their iiexibiltty. The arterial I gutted today by flames. day Sunday searching for the train I EDW ARDS'BROS. i
robbers but no traces of them have
were seriously threatening Okajundy stream had ilowed through them wit? The 400 pupils were gotten out safely -
Otjumbingwe and Karibib, and even the sluggishness of old ,age while -tb e with the exception of Edna Baum, been found. The posse is at a disadvantage Stalls :: and 4 City, Market Ocala Fla. -

Wlnhoek itself. walls' had thickened and become al a little cripple in the first grade, who in not having bloodhounds J .
The government after the last dispatch most brittle. was thrown down. trampled and fatally The fact that the wrong car fas dynamited a e5'r5 'isc'S!! C5r'Sd5r; ; jiM5 grongCT; aac as 1gji i awa aFawrcta asa5

had been received ordered I Pnly a 'meager history of the p a. injured in the panic. leads to the belief that the

500 men with six machine guns ',and 'tient's previous condition was obtained A man who worked in the basement worK was not done by professionals.leiiness .

six plecea of artillery to be placed in when admitted for treatment, but is missing and is believed to have been C&anst be Cured POTATOES

readiness for active service, but a so far as known, his habits were good burned to death.. by local applications, as they cannot SEED ,
start could not be made before'Jan and he was not given to alcoholic excesses --- reach the diseased portions of the ear

4 20. ; so that without any known] Attempt to Wreck Train. There !only one way to cure deafness '

Tha serious intelligence now at handmade cause he'.died a; worn out man in 'the 'fensacola, Fla., Jan. 19.-Robben and that is by constitutionalremedIes. \Ve have a full stock ofSpaulding's

it to 23d: 'year: attempted to wreck passenger trail! Deafness ia caused by an
necessary send out Immediately
No.';3 on the Louisville and NashvllU inflamed condition of the mucous ling Improved Rose No.4.
a battalion of 500 marines in railroad at Mulat Sunday night ID of the Eustachian Tube. When Maine Early Rose.

addition to the other troops, witha I PROMINENT, MEN INVOLVED. Crossttes and other obstructions this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling

complement of guns and railroad sound o' imperfect hearing, and Bliss Triumph.As .
were piled on the track But the at
pioneers. Case Brought Against Stockholders I In when it is entirely closed, Deafness is '
-. Pittsburg Concern. tempt was discovered by a section the result, and unless tne inflammation well as other varieties at lowest market prices. 'V rite for

MUNICIPAL LABORATORY. New .Haven, Jan. 18.-A motion fort hand before the arrival of the train can be taken out and this tube restored quotations, stating number of bags wanted. q

disclosure and discovery Mulat is about 30 miles from Pens to ita normal condition, bearIng IDEAL POTATO MANURE, $30.00 per ton will make theme

Campaign Against, So-Called "Death the plaintiffs in the case ol Lewissohn made by cola and in Santa Rosa county t will be destroyed forever; vaincases grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil.
'/J- out of ten are caused by Catarrh Seed Planting Cultivation Effect of Fertilizers and
\ Bras: of New York ; Digging
Trust" In Chicago. againsT F. G. Stod- TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. which is nothing nut an inflamed con sent

Chicago Jan. ia.-A municipal! laboratory dard and others, has come up in the I dition of the mucous surfaces.We Shipping, on request.

superior court here but was postponed I Dispatches from Ohio will give; One Hundred Dollars
for the river point!
manufacturing of antitoxin
WILSON
under for a week. indicate new ice forming while the for anv case of Deafness (caused by a TOOMEfi FERTILIZER COMPNY
of
supervision publio
catarrh
) that cannot be cured by
chemists may be the outcome of 'the' The case is brought by Frederickand gorges between Evans"' lle and Louisville Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars Jan 15 'JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Agents.

campaign which has been instituted Walter Lewissohn against several : were already firm,4hid also thosi ; free.

by the Chicago Medlcalloclety'agalnstthe prominent men of this state all ot between Madison: ...and Cl clnnatl. Thl F.J. CHENEY *: Co.,Toledo, 0. JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. GEO.W.HYDE, Viet PretThe
high price exacted by the man whom are alleged to have been stockholders same conditions exist for 70'mllai Sold by Druggists, 75c.

facturers' combine, or so-called "death in the Pittsburg and St. Louis above Cincinnati, where the gorgei I Hall's Family Pills are the best.

trust" Zinc and Land company now out ot are almost continuous and at somi First National Bank

At a conference of officers of the existence.The places icebergs .,20 and 40 feet hi,. McIVER and JAOK.AlWIIIi

organization Including President Roberts plaintiffs claimed they are hold- exist.

Pteble and Secretary Frank k.ere of 30 mortgage bonds of the com- The senate, will begin the week b) I OF GAINESVILLE.The .

Walls, the feasibility of the scheme pany and considerable stock, and that again taking up the resolution havlnj Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

has been discussed in in January. 1896, the defendants sold in view an inquiry into the
detail. It is the entire property of the conduct 01 Capital .. .. . .. ... .. .. . .... ... . ....$50,00000
said if the approval of the society ii companywlthout the postoffice department, and it iJ
the plaintiffs' 'knowledge'be I to the Surplus and Undivided Profits. . .. .. .. .. 0,00(100()
obtained some alderman will be asked general un&rstandmg: that theywill
to introduce an ordinance creating t I James D. McDonald, of Pittsburg, be referred to the committee on FUNERAL Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank In the
kans., for 50000. The plaintiffs claim state. Solids the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
postoffices after
laboratory and making the necessary comparatively brie! DIRB1OTOer Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business

appropriation for its foundation and $75,000. debate. transacted promptly. .

maintenance.The Among the defendants named are S. \\ hat promises to be a 'most lot I' 1 0-17 H.E.TAYLORCajhJ

arbitrary one hundred per cent P. Spencer or St. Louis and Albert H. eating convention of the United Mini I I I

advance in price of one of the essentials Grief, of Pitts burg. Kan. Workers of America will convene laindinapolis Have a full stock of Coffins Cake Ii i I

of the modern,treatment of dip]*- The convention will open and Burial Outfits. i3pecialgipeu ton t' -
SITUATION IN ,SAN DOMINGO. aIr4
tttr1a f* *.**M hT the UhYRll"n' tfl In Toinlinstm hall with about 1J ot ) It )\ 10.;

show that provision for the constant delegates from all parts of the coun
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Strong American and British Guard U
supply of the article devolves upon try. Embalming to Order Y' Is a veritable dragon of in-health It
leaves
[*., the municipality as a measure for the Landed to Preservo Order. coon physical Wrecks lion probably In itspsth
The annual meeting of the national! ease oltsrtoAmedana any older On1 ills.
preservation of the' public health. Thigh he New York, Jan. 19.-The government board ef trade will be held in Washington WHY?Simplybecauseupon the ant tadiptloa

price now placed on the serum troops which have just capturedthis this week, beginning on Tuee v or gninlne the malady,or that the deadly system is usually scotuseJ. WjtIl
mineral-calomel.
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by the "death trust" it is declared city, says'a Puerto Plata, Santo day. Some two hundred delegate.from '- D.ser'' lt'e Dan Iigurspceesa'i ti all

means that thousands ot children may Domingo, dispatch to The Herald, were all sections of the country will aeceawrDon'yt Ra podtlTeHERBINE

perish in the first diphtheria epidemic commanded by General Limardo. I be in attendance.

which appears in the city. There were 600 men engaged on the
King Cotton made his greatest reo bsesrmee4rxawwLTcru
say tons er ssalaris
It wa estimated by the medical society government side. The commandersof 1111eym
ord in the export figures for the calendar o-mow iialtA tlr d.i417 .ace
officials that a municipal laboratory the United States cruiser Detroit wxre as rarer.YWsq tad ito..eyyr
year 1903. The value of cob Seeds
could be Mtabllshed with an appropriation and the British cruiser Fallals[ agreedto itOeptbetde. AgDruUj.ta,
of $%0.000 and .15.000 for the surrender on condition that the ton exported last year averaged Tel cost more-ylcUnort-. %:iyDs, l
a million dollars a day total U
or a 01 save> exptnmentlnjsivedi -
the operating expenses the first yea: troops put down- their arms and d is" 378000000. , band. vetrs the SUadord Seed.
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ANDERSON I The government troops ot the Do Sod: by all! dealers 1904
JUDGE General Deschamps, Desprel and Seed Annual postpaid free.
minican insurgents have fought a 'Ih1a.
to all applicants.D. .
who took in
Meyreles refuge the United '
I battle at Porto Plata, the former b& LL FERRY & CO.
One of Atlanta's. Bttt Known sand id States consulate, will embark on ,
big victorious and capturing the city Detroit. )KlclL.:
Most Prominent Men. the first steamer leaving this port.A McMillan
Bros
The leading woman's clubs of Philadelphia
Atlanta, Jan. 19.-Jarne* A. And A strong guard has been landed resolutions
adopted demandIng -
lon, one of Atlanta's best known and: by the American and British commanders .
the expulsion of Reed Smoot from ''
citizens died Saturday to preserve order.
most prominent
the United States. Southern Copper Works
night at Robertson's sanitariumon '
pursued Man Through Wild Country United States Consul Stelnhart havIng Ft1ll

Capitol avenue. f declined to interfere in the grievances Manufacturers of Stills
\\hen It was first announced that on Dog Sleds. Turpentine
Chicago, Jan. 16.-A dispatch to The which the American 'sell ill
Anderson ill ot urge m 1C
Judge was [
from Denver, Colo. of the isle of Pines hate against May-
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Tribune :
says
believed that he and General Metal
it
poisoning: was
Henry Herbert Piggott, who achieved or Sanchez. of Neuva Cerona, in connection Workers.r
would but he slowij
recover grew ,
notoriety in 1901 by eloping from with the arrest and imprisonLt ,
i it announcedthat _
and Friday was
worse on
Philadelphia to Denver with ment of Morgan Pearcy, the son of: ito T
he was steadily sinking toward G / Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
Bryan, his wife's niece, disappearing: prominent American petition. 111111
the end. President Roosevelt is being through the country'a specialty. Orders by mail
it is claimed, with funds! estimated: preparedfor or
All through the the day flame he remainedIn ot life at more than $500,000, has been arrested I the signature of Americans. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
this
condition.
with the woman at Princeton There has been a marked change ia
works _
growing feebler and feebler and earl: IJ1U 12K following .
B. C. The capture was effected at i the Far Eastern situation. Japan does r+ .s

in the night he passed at away.Ms bedside, ter a long chase on dog sleds through not anticipate Russia's rejoinder for FAYETT tflLLE N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
wife and children were ,
at least week. In the meantimethe
a wild, mountainous country. Pig golf one

where they had been almost constantly asked to be given his liberty upon nation is prepared and grimly reconciled JACKSONVILLE, FLA. MOBIE, AA.. .
the two days just preceding.
to Political and other
war.
condition of giving up the documents r
but he was turned over to the poll ce. distinctions have disappeared and the .:
Brakeman Crushed Under Train. Is 1r
country patrioticallyunited.
Waycross Ga. Jan. 19.-A negro Alleged He Took Union; ; Funds. The recent horror In the Iroquois RL cPREP JD ROCKY Seed.

named William Hagan of Savannah.was New York. Jan. 18.-Ellas F. Perry, theater fire has been the cans of better Cantaloupe

run over by a. freight train near treasurer of the International association t I protection being afforded to paex- FORD

Alison Block and will probably die of Machinists has ben arrested j I trons of play houses in Mexico: City. 'I CHIS. E. BLUM Saved by C. H. Mat hi*, of Young & M&tbU, at Rocky Ford, Colo., from -
from his injuries. One lg wan on a charge of stealing $250 of the I Business' on the London stock COMPANY f fitandard&izft netted cantaloupes ripened on the vines; also a limited supply of

crushed off and the other badly union's money. The warrant was change was more brisk last week but Eden and Blue Gum Watermelon seed saved in the Carolinas from the first
:: gled. He was a braKeman on inha sworn out by the president of the In the Russo-Japanese crisis strongly,affected 517 and 519 W. Bay Bt. perfectly shaped melons set na the vines. No seed taken from the end of the
; melon reply to addres .
or ,
train and vas attempting to board it ternational association. all markets.
..... f -' I a Jacksonville, Pa. A. F. YOUNG & CO! or C. H. MATHIS,
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Beautiful Bouquet of Flewers for
Hearst is sure to be nominated. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood X
Son Oeala People-Distaneofleifhtons X HIGHEST QUALTY IS OUR MOTTO. i
What, seemed! to be a chance a few IIy,
Lowe. All the blood in your body passes through
months ago, now appears like a cer- your kidneys once every three minutes. I I IIV
Princeton, N. J.,.Jan. 16,1904.
taiu'y. From every direction comes The kidneys are your N
To the Editor: of the Ocala Banner. ,. blood purifiers,they fiII N MARION
r the good news of his growing popu I ter out the waste or i iI
I have been thinking for some time
larity. impurities in the blood. 1
I would write a letter to you, and If they are sick or out !
The people in nearly every state are cf order they fail to do "
through j ou to other Ocala trie ds. 'I e their work. ?* I
t fc'g intereu, and thinking for II ?
Today my mind was made up to delay Pains: : ,aches and rheumatism HARDWARE
themselves. Already the candidatesare ; come from ex- I I v
I
I first learned of ;
no longer, for today ?
cess cf uric acid in the
being discu' 'ed by the common XX ?* t
the good fortune, of the Methodist .', It blood due to neglected
pe'eple'as' ha. not been done for kidney trouble. if Ii I Ir
church of your city. If you do not Kidney trouble causes: quick cr unsteady
': know to what I refer, I will tell you, may years. I have met many peo heart teats and makes one feel as though r 1 COMPANY It i
plat Florida in the last three months hey had heat: trouble! because: the! heart is *5"* ,t
it Is that you have secured Rev. L. W. over-working in pumping thick xX
I kidney-
and nine tenths of those with whomI Ml l
':t_._. Moore.: It has been truly mid that rri-ontl blocd through! veins and arteries. 1 I IIp |I
have conversed are satisfied for It used ta be considered that only urinary
"comparisons: are odious," so I do tro.iblcs'Iere to be traced to the kidneys, HEADQUARTERS p FOR XXI !!
Hearst. And, why not, they cannot but now modern sciei.ce that
proves nearly
not intend to make any comparisons.
pick a flaw in him His: effort in be- w'1 Ic7ntititnaldcr.eshave: : :: their beeinr.r.g 1T I j
In fact I cannot,as I am not acquainted i i.i kijnsy trouble.If I i STEEL IIit
balf of the people has seldom been sick FENCE I
are make
r'p' with more than two or three of the you you can no mistakeby X X FLLVIOOflALL I FIELD
equaled, and never surpassed. first doctoring your kidneys. The mild XX Ii )e
members of the Florida Conference, and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's

but I am acquainted with Bra Moore, lie is great in executive ability, Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is TfU POU!!.TRY RABBIT ArC LAVIN FENCEJ Pex
realized. It stands the for ,
strong in mental attainments, true soon highest its I i
I I
,
). and I know him to be a moat unusual wonderful 1 cures of the most distressing easel
in his conception of things, and more and is sold on its merits XX 50 INCH ) X

preacher. He can preach, and that than generous in his treatment of by all druggists in fifty- f i Absolute efficiency at least expense. ,olden 'r fI i i iI

is more than can be said of a great cent andone-dollariz- A ince that will
mankind. If he is elected presidentand es. You may have a I I practical who but
men are popularly,
many = '
( I am sure he will be if nominated sample bottle by mail Bome of Bwa pRoot IIn 1'nsitiV IS turn cattle.
erroneously, called preacher free, also pamphlet telling you how to find horses, hogs and 9tiNCn I77' J ?*
) he will combine the moderationof i i i
I ain interested in the welfare of out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. I I A 1 iI (
Jefferson with the bravery of Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmaj I pigs. I
Ocala, therefore rejoice at. any good It Co., Binghamton N. Y. Xx I that is strong I I
Jackson. He will be the friend of Xx *
!' fortune she may have; and it seems JttacticallV ever- t-- x
the masses and not the subservient n I I JJasting t !lit f f 7/ .S t r ', t 1 t l TiI I I
to me, there ,is no good fortune to a nic.>renthorouglilv 'f R't f n t
tool of \he the trusts aid like classes. I n I I I I
city beyond that of having public M x
All that, the lovers of monopoly Holiday xx t t t r, /, ex
I Citizens, lawyers, preachers, doctors l )( cient nude. ... ? -....... ., .. .,.,,.F.,. ., ? I iI
1; '- may say, will not, cannot, check the I I EUWOOO FIELD FENCE (STANOARO :STILE)MADE Ht 9X 5EIGHTS t 1 I
{ editors, etJ., who are "worth while." every possiblecondition. ,

In Lust respect is not Ocala blessed tide now floating the Hearst boom 11 EVERY ROD OF ELLWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED. k!
and the hope of the people. ExposuresBring X X

beyond any ether city of her state? James cord Bennett' may write i I T I If yo want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved call and see the iI t 1
for, consider pert lawyers: Are
his sarcastic ol cjions!i and ridicule 1 i I ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you i M
they not the first of the state? Her .
the poorer class of our citizens, but X x can get absolute satisfaction.
doctors are the beat of the state, and on Coughs, Colds, 1)( X ix
he will fail to convince, any one of I I 1 I II
good aa those of state-which
as any
tioubles
I the sincerity,;for:the American peo Grippe and other I I "I
p' ia true of the lawyers, too.. Her X \\ Ocala for I
t ple know only too well that Mr. that can only be promptly e are Agents X
editors (now do not let your modesty Xn
Bennett re sides in Paris and not in nipped in the bud bY using
strike out this sentence) are not only I 11 '
New York. They know that his :
knoffn bl't admired at home and f! "FAVORITE" S'l'OYES& RANGES II
newspaper )is not democratic, but

t abroad. Mr. Bittinger is deservedly while pretending to be neutral that"it TROPICAL[! I 1

;- popular,' and your own excellent
is republican in disguise. And n I Iex
qualities of head and heart have I III

I mane you occupy a high' place why publish any what newspaper he says should regarding care this to PINEAPPLE[ l( ,:: \, ',' )11. xXx .x t T

I fellow men.
amongst your a

' Then as to preachers You know 1 -government-Its more than I present can understand.or its futureis He U The Marion Hardware Company X XXi M

-: think Dr. Lindsay ia one of the,best ; ,
scholars I ever saw-and bearjin mind says if the people want Hearst let TAN !AND D WINE( I I I

them have him, and they will. There OCALA FLORIDA.
I am where I see! University men by ; 11I
is not another man in our country who
s the train load-and what is more to The Great Florida Remedy -
could unite the party as Hearst can, backed by more thana I i Ij I
the he preach. And
purpose, can .and while I would vote for any wan million dollars of Florida ,i -XCx- -xxxxxx- -xxx--xxx- -xxxxxx- -xxx--xxx- -XCX- -XCX- ....,
whoso, in all Ocala, does not love capital. Look at the ,' _xXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xXTTHE 1If -
that the party may nominate I shall .
t Warren:, should be cast out of the synagogue names of the gentlemen -
continue to work for the nomination )'
bs a btretic. Dr. Lindsay tell who compose this company I .. ... -
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of W. R. Hearst and see if this is nota
me the Episcopalian: rector is an
Mississippi, South Carolina, Illinois sufficient guarantee of -
f orator of the very first water. And merit.Wm. .
and Kansas, have already shown that
now on top of all this Ocala must -
he is their choice and Florida will
have another man of the highest .S, Jordan frtsn Banker and Capitalist'
.r surely give her support to his cause Cbu. Blum.Vice Plea,Wholeiale Merchant.J. .
class-the"Apolloa of the Conference"I .J.Williams,ad Vice-Pres.,Coraraerciol Sales
if the people instruct their man.
delegatesin '
have heard Bro.Moore called. Does B w.Sperry Treasurer Prop..Duval Hotel.
the primary.If Tho A. Davis Sec'y and?UIIT Publisher. CABLE
Ocala deserve all this good fortune? I D. UMcMillan. Vice-Prei. Consolidated Naval COMPANY
as claimed by the old adage"that Stores Co.
think she doe W. C. Yeiser Pres.The Metto Co.
everything comes to those who wait," E. E West, Capitalist and Lumber Manufac
And even if she does not deserve it turer.L. .
we now feel sure as we have waited so .A.Praleigh,Cashier fleas of MadIson.
she has! it, and ought to to live up to T.C. Smith. Ats't Cashier Bank of Madison.,
long for a man of the people to pre- A.H. Went.Capitalist and Real Kstate Dealer,
her blessings and advantages. Ceo. T,Hodffion..General Southern Agent N..

r' Do you know we do not appreciate side'over the destiny cf the republic. D.Y.P.Life Smith Ioe Tax, Co.Collector Vpluaia Co. j One of the Largest and Most Substantial in the
There never was a time when our government H.H. McCreary.Editor Daily Gainesville Sun.
D. E.Thompson.General: Manager St. Augus
our south until we get away into the
needed a change more and tine Daily Record .
more northernly latitudes. I like New Wm.J. Bryan.County Solicitor, Duval Co.
! in our whole country we haven't another Wm.A Evans United States .
Jersey and think Princeton thegreatest'uuiversity
t tie man who, by nature or circumstances ,
in world, but Try a bottle and if not

at times there will, 'in the midst of can more meet the needs pleased write the com- ,_ _. ,_ n ,:_, '" .." _, .
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than W. R. Hearst. Let us get together
these snows, steal ,into'my heart a pany .or any one of the
and at the primary instructour above gentlemen and get #

memory of the-sunlit lakes, the. azure ,,: *' delegates for Hearst, iu the event your money back. Made This Company-Manufactures .

skies, the brilliant stars of fairest he has the New York delegation be only by Trop. Mfg. Co. ;

I Florida. And if, in the midst "of< a hind him. GEO. G. MATHEWS. and sold by all druggists. .

winter's day, each as this on which I Don't Worry. : and Sells Direct the .

,
i write to when snow lies the '
1 you, on This is easier said than done, ynil

may be of some help to, consider the .

anti matter. If the cause is somethingover

the keen atmosphere I dream of which you have no control it ia: .
1
obvious that worrying will not b,]lp .e Gonover A Cable .e t >
violet beds! and the odorous breezes E e I Ktygsbury
[the matter in the least. On the

1 blowing soft o'er southern aaphire other baud, if within your control

seas, fanning the brows of the iiot you have ouly to act. When you

t belest men and loveliest women who have a cold and fear an attack of

view the sun, if I wish I could see it pneumonia, buy a bottle of Chamber- Schubert $t' Wellington

lain'a Cough Remedy and use it judi t
;_ all again who can blame me? .
ciously and all cause for worry as to
I 'My wife joins me to love to you
the outcome will quickly disappear.
.
and the other good people of Ocala. There is no danger of pneumonia

May the good God bless you every when it i is used. For sale by Anti-

Monopoly Drug Store.
one. m
ROBERT HUGH MORRIS.A Uroteastonal.m .PIANOS
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i a Very Close Call. Farms For Sale I .E.BIGGS.

"1 stuck to my emjrine, although ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
(Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)
s = i every j oint ached and every nerve OCALA FLORIDA. ',I J; ::. :._'._. .' "':- .; :,"-:"'. ::-:-_::'- ::
No. 1. C5 acre farm all in cult
with writes
was racked pain C. W.
tivation. Splendid 8 room JJ D. FULLER.: _

i Bellamy, a locomotive fireman of dwelling in good condition. DENTIST.Over Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times

E Burlington, Iowa: "I was weak and Fine rock well. All fenced Munroe&Cbambliss Bank.Ocala.Fla. ,

pale without any appetite and all with cedar posts. Z\ miles
from city on hard road. Price M. THOMPSON
run down. As I was about to give up, J _
600. ANti send us order all!! and
PHYSICIAN SURGEON.: we
t/ I got a bottle of Electric Bitters, and No. 2. 47 acre farm 15 acres I Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp.Monteinma. your pay expenses i

: after taking it I felt as well as I ever under cultivation, 5 room OCALA. iLA.

did in my life." Weak, sickly, run house. Good pond never goes SPENCER. "

11 down people always gain new life, dry. 3i miles from city, \ EDWIN guarantee satisfaction.I

mile from hard road. Price. ATTORNEY-AT-LA, .

A. strength .and vigor from their use. $750. OCALA 781rLOlUDA.. ,

Try them. Satisfaction guaranteedby Now is the time to buy. S

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Honest Dealing. J K. CHASE A. Manager
J. JORDAN
DENTIST.
Tydings & Co. Price 50 cents m OCAIA. FLA Tampa Branch, kI :

F. \\ DITTO

r WANTED-To buy velvet beans, riA&LOS L. SISTRDNK

peanuts and country oats. Ocala REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE .
1113 Franklin St '
ATTORRET AT.LAW. /
Seed Store. 12 4 tf / Tampa Florida
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4....+...++..........+...: dative people to a faithful public servant SOCIETY GIRLS ON STAGE. SOLON GOES ON STAGE. TAX ASSESSORS APPOINTMENTS- ::1

ILL-LUCK PURSUES
who has served them. loyally and
POLITICAL CHIPS : .... Prominent Columbus Women In Vaudeville Jhprt..n tlvt George Bell of Emanu- I wilt be at the following place to receive
has succeeded in doirg things not returns ot real and personal property and
I For Charity. CHICAGOPLAYERS tl Appears Refers Footlights. agricultural reports as the law require:

dream them all d..y long.-Del.and Columbus, Ga., Jan. 21.-Quite an Dublin. Ga. Jan. 20.-Hon. George JANUARY. 1904.Hartel .

News. unusual attraction was given at ti. E. Bell, member or the legislature Monday 23 a...
: FROM THE STATE PRESS.
i Cotton Plant (rxxtoftce) Monday 25 p mHeidlsvUIe .
.4.. Springer opera house. being nothingmore Panic Narrowly Averted In from Emanuel county has .gone on Tuesday 26, it to 3.
t......................... nor less than Columbus society the stage. This will be surprisingnews Dunnellon Wednesday %7.
e "..ator J. P. Tuliafesro is a candidate Romeo Thursday 28, u to J,
in vaudeville.
JeST A LITTLE BIT CANMU, Grand Pulaca Hotel. to his friends throughout the Blitchton Friday 29.

for reflection! and because! of the The publication of the program wag -- state. ,He has joined tto Crump FEBRUARY, o4.
It friend should ask
a or anyone you I the''house Kendrick Monday i a. m.
sufficient to crowd and the BLAZE IN GRAND PALACE HOTEL
I Park will
successful work which he has accomplished Stock company, an/ appearat Martin Monday i p. m
about;, the political standing of the made decided ,.
rather unusual program a LoweitTucadayza. a
the school auditorium in this city
there should be no oae to Reddick
oppose'hlm. Tuesday
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Hornet, just tell them thai it has not hit. Prominent society people Guests, In Terror Rush From Their three nights: and a matinee next wee .. Mcintosh Wednesday t p.: m.3.
By their works men In took part in the various numbers. Central Thursday 4 a. m.
committed iteelt, yet, and is simply Rooms Scantily Clid-Number Rca He takes the leading roles in the Klemireton Friday 5 *.-.in.alr5eld .
political, as in religious life should The "dance eccentrlc.In which various !' Friday 5 p. m. _
plays the presents.
waiting for a "business proposition. characters and natioifatti s4were cued by Firemen-Fire, Fortunately, company Shady Grove Monday 8 a. m.
be judged Taliaferro succeeded in It is said that Mr. Dell is no strager sanlos Monday 8 p. tn.Belleriew .
-High Hpriugs Hornet. represented by well-known yomrg: neo Controlled. Tuesday 9.

.... collecting the large sum of mouey pie was quite ,a prominent featureof to the stage and that he has considerable Pedro (school bousc\Vcdncsdi] ) to a. m.

Chicago Jan. 21.- .il-iortuae of Chi histrionic ability. Some Suramer&eld Wednesday 10 p. m.
which other had whichwas ,
The who the re-elec- failed to get, the entertainment. The costumes 'Candler Thursday n a. m.
. man opposes were quite good. and the fact that the cago lueairical peoine during the last years ago he ,was the leading man in Ocklawaha Thursday II p.m.
due account of
I to this state on East Lake Friday u a. m.
tioa of Senator Taliaferro Is certainly dancers were amateurs added to the tew weeb& I: again in evuence at a "Bell's Comedians" which toured Weirsdale Friday u p m

: opposed to the best interests of Flor the Indian War claims. He succeeded enjoyment of the audience. fire in tae Ura-iu Palace hotel Indiana many cities in the south. Linadale Drawdv's(Saturday school house night.) Saturday, II to J. \

ida. That he baa accomplished; more in obtaining t' e appropriation for The entertainment, which was under and Clarn. birecu, early today Moss Bluff Monday IS a. tu. -

t work on the harbor of ibis city after the auspices of prominent society nearly two nundrtd members of theatrical FURNACE COMMISSION. Lynn Electra Tuesday Monday 16 15 a.p.m m. ,
work for Ibis
good state than
any Leiag driven into the -- Grahamville
ladies, was for charitable purposes troupes Tuesday 16 p. m.
vain eflorts had made for
other representative we have ever been years litr@ t I No. 1 of Alabama Steel and Wire Connor Wednesday '7.. m.
Churchill
school
i ( house) Thursday it a. in-.
had no honest well.potted wan can by others, and f,r this alone he should SERIOUS ACCUS TION. The fire originated on the second I Company Will Make First Run. Eureka Kerr City Thursday 18 p. m.

i Miami ani: will receive most of the votes in panic was averted and the frightenedmen Uadsden, Ala. Jan. 20.-Furn c No. Daisy Fnday Friday 19 19 p.\m.. m.
truthfully deny. Metropolis.
with Burning MatHU' and woman assisted from the 1 of the Alabama Steel and Wire company Ft. McCoy Saturday :20 a. ...
Negro Charged
this county. His record has been one Anthony Monday 22.Sparr .
4... in was put in commls&ion. Monda
structure safety.
Barn for Him. Tuesday 23 a. m,

BROW ADD HAS GOOD CHANCE. of honest, faithful work for Florida Waycroes, Ga., Jan, 21.-J. M. The fire originated In the second and will make its first run of iron Citra Greenwood Wednesday Tuesday 24 a.23 m.p. la.

Hon. N. B. Broward of Jack-onville and this work was not in vain. The Maths! a constable, and a negro, : floor, supposedly trom crossed electrical today. Or nge Springs Thursday 25 a. u.
I
I wag in the city on lust Saturday meet- people of this state who' are interestedIn named Dick Castleberry. are under ar-. wires, and was carried quicklyup This furnace is the largest in the i The Ocala law all of requires Marck.all returns to be Bade by

vest charged with arson. A preliminary -. the elevator shaft by a draught to eouth. Every modern method and the fint of Apitl. ALFRED AYUR
lug a number of hilt friends. He is a the development of its large and. hearing was given them beforea i the top floor. economical ideas in furnace building 16 Tax Assessor Marion COin ly.

; candidate for governor, in oppositionto wonderful possibilities want railroads justice of the peace this morning Joseph Northrop, a guest of the hotel have been adopted, and Its daily capacity -

R. W. Divis and D. H. Maya and and deep water harbors. They want but the case was continued until next taw> the smoke in the shaft and is 350 tons. The starting of NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

ruesday because of the absence of tan down stairs in the rear of the this furnace inaugurated an era of
expended in draining our vast
fnm what we can letun from all mouey F. B. Quinly. a witness. Imlding to notify the n'.ght clerk. The distribution of millions of dollars... VTOTICE IS HEREBY dyEd "HAT CKi _
and in exteuding'lhe area of > der and by virtue of a final decree o< for
source, stands a very, very good prairies, Mathis was released on his own recognizance clerk immediately started awakeningthe The plans of the company include closure, entered on the loth day of OitrUr A

chance of winning. His ability is unquestioned the habit&l portiou of this great and and Castleberry was remanded guests and Northrop stepped into four blast furnaces and tea basic open the U 1903.circuit by court the Hoq.for the W.filth S. judicial Bullock,circuit juOve of ol

the elevator ran it upward through hearth steel furnaces. Florida. sittiBg in chancery lor Marion o..t .
marked growing portion of the peninsula and to jail in default of f 500 bond. ,
and he has
to a in a certain cause then pending in said court
for these will vote and The arrest was caused by J. M. Rowe. the smoke and flames and helped wherein Hattie O.Allen and Ceo K. Allen her
degree the ability of making friends. reasons!! they representing the Georgia CooperativeFire arouse the guests on the top floor. HOUSE CONDEMNS ACTION. husband, and kllaO. Browne. were com plain.
ants and Mane Louise Goldbeck. Allied C
work for the re-election of Senator
Here's success to him. Lake City Insurance company. The halls were soon filled with excited Uoldbeck, her husband. Adelaide V Margin

Citizen-Reporter. James P. Taliaferro..Miami .Metrop It is claimed: that Castleberry recently men and women. The cooler Mississippi, Legislature Gives PresIdent James W. Morgan, as heirtat law ol William H.
Morgan deceased were defendants, the under'
Roosevelt Roast
olis. set fire to and burned Mathis' store guests were compelled to force them signed special master in chancery will,on
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Jackson, Miss., Jan. :20.-The lower
and that Mathis is an accessory before back from the windows and fire escapes Jlvxdau. Ftlirnary nt. : tu.

WANT A LATE PRIMARY. A PLATFORM NEEDED. the act toward which a rush was Being house of the legislature passed a resolution between it-ooa. m. and too p. m offer and ci'
rose for sale and will then and there sell to the
Some people are calling for early Mathis is a candidate for tax asses- made. A number of women_wereprepJU'ing strongly condemning the actionof highest and best bidder for cash in baD i a
President Roosevelt in closing the front of the court house door in Ocula. Marion
to from the windows
primaries. Late iu the summer Tne following editorial from The sor. jump county, Florida, all the right. title, interest and
when policemen arrived and aided the Indianola postoffice when the people estate of the said defendants May Louise Gold-

would suit the people here. They Southern Argus, published at Brookfc- work of restraint and rescue. The of that place refused to accept a ne- beck and Alfred C. Goldbeck, her huhband
GORDON MONUMENT.
Adelaide Y. Morgan and James W Morgan a*
won't have! any time for politics until ville by A. M. C. Russell, superintendent women were led to a rear stairway gress as postmistress. The presi heirs at law cf Win. H. Morgan deceased, of
dent's action was denounced as "a in and to the following described lands situate.
after the spring vegetable crop is wade of schools of Heruaudo county I Movement Taken to Erect Shaft to Lamented down which they escaped through the Ijingand being in the said county and stale
smoke that was pouring upward from high-handed proceeding in violationof to-wit:
but wouldn't object to a little fun voices the sentiment of many demo General. the federal constitution." Commencing at a point 6.39 chain east ol the
Atlanta, Jan. 21.-A Gordon Monument -I tbe, lower floors. southwest corner of the northwest quarter of
I during the dog days. It was the poli- cratsia various sections of Florida: association will be organized this Miss Louise Mitchell who had *,een The senate issued a bill providingfor the southwest quarter of section is. township
the establishment of three agricul-- 15. south, range 22. east, thence running north
ticana who started the campaign and A primary without party platform afternoon by about 100 citizens of Atlanta hemmed In by the flames, was rescuedby 15.65 chains thence east 6.39 chains thence south
tural experiment stations the first in 15.65chains thence west 6.39 chains to th point
if they become tired there Is no objections for candidates to pledge themselvesto for the purpose of erecting a the firemen and taken down a fire north Mississippi, the second in the of beginning! containing by otimabon ten

monument in Atlanta to the memoryof escape. acres more or less.
to them taking a lay off.-Wau- upon appearing before the peoplefor delta and the third in the southwestern Also beginning at the northeast corner of the \
the late Lieutenant General John Few of the guests had time to dress, Alvarez grant in township '05. south range 11.
chula Advocate, Uieirsupport, would he a iioveliy. B. Gordon. but a number of the women had I portion of the state They involve east. ana running thence south with a magnetic
an extra expenditure of about variation of 3 degrees. 9 mmut.. east,
.... :Nominations are supposed to be Colonel W. L. Calhoun, one of the thought of their theatrical wardrobesand ; 33 69 chains. thence west with a magnrtk nation -

most prominent men of the city, will stood shivering in he lower halls 150,000. of 2 degrees 33 minutes north. 8 4$chain
G. A. Hanson recently abdicated made to secure the beat men to carry thence north 23 69 chains thence east tU5chem
Judge be the president of the monument ot the building, holding some gaudy to the poi=t of beginning, containing 20 "res
Braid- out tbe expre6Sed wishes of the party. SIMPSON AND CASH GONE. of land more or less
tbe editorial chair of the association. decoration of gauze and tinsel. Said land being sold to satisfy aid drat and

entowu Herald becau.-e of his belief The platform Ic the expression of the Tf.e resolution providing for the Tne fire was extinguished quickly costs. CARLOS L S1STBUJ.K.NHL .
I Prominent Young Man of Montgomery. M ALLRbD. Special Master la Cbtnccry.
monument association was presented after the guests had been taken from
and should be made its l-i Solicitor for Complainant.
that the intended to support J. l>arty, by representatives
paper during the meeting in the hall of the the building. This is the second fire Ala., Has Left the City. .

X. C. Stockton for United Stales sen in convention assembled! nouse of representatives by Colonel in the building in the last two weeks. Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 20.-John
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
- ator. But a few days after the retire- :Not until the platform has been made. Charles S. Arnall. It was seconded The first fire started from a lighted Simpson a prominent young man of

tripod and adopted% should the executive by calls from all parts of the house. cigarette thrown on the hall car- this city has: disappeared, and it is
the
ment of Judge Han on from I Department of the Interior Land Cffce at
and was adopted by the vast audieT' 'pet on the third floor. said about 2,500 of a local hardwarefirm's
committee call for nominations by Giintsville, Ha",Dtcfrober 21, 1903.
the Herald came out squarelyr by a rising vote. Almost all the guests at the hotel cash where he was employedis
'-TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TilE
. "*\ and vigorously for the election of >rmiuy. The platform should accompany are members of theatrical companies also missing. ll followitg named settler has filed tot He o(

the call. Pardons Granted. stranded in Chicago.OVERHAULING Simpson was one of the cost popular his intention to make crmmutalwa prod I.
j Four .
of Senator James P. Taliaferro. Iui support ol his claim! and that said proof will
Atlanta Jan. 21.-Governor Terrell young men in the city. He'was be made before Clerk Circuit Court at Peals
i is
The making a platform beyond
of the logic of events 1Iaon
pursuance says lieutenant of
has on_ recommendation of the prison PLAYHOUSES.Chkago's second Montgomery

. I f the Tampa Tribune, it would now be the inherent or delegated powers of i commission pardoned E. R. J err ell, of Blues. He leaves a widowed mother viz: John M.Januarti Munroe of ytk Heidtville., yjol. FU ..d.

quite the proper thing for Judge Ban- an executive committee. It there I Mitchell county who was convicted in ; New Theater Ordinance To and several sisters. 31 669. for the south-west quarter of north tt-t

Be St.'; Enforced. Cotton speculation is said to have quarter section 32.township 16 south 'ID| ilk,
I fore devolves upon the committee, 1893 of the crime of rape and sentenced ctlf
, to be reinstated on the staff of the east.He
ton to serve 19 years in the p ni- Chicago: jan. 21.-Nearly two been the cause of his downfall. names the fallowing witnesses to J tore
out the doctrine before it issues a call for a nominating his continuous residence upon and cultin: ioa
: Herald, thus carrying tentiary. Jerrell has served 11 years. months of work and J500.000 expendi- of said land. vix: J. A. Manuel, of Dtinntilon,

t of the "survival of the fittest."-Jacksonville primary, to give the party .n opportunity The girl who was his victim and who tures for repairs will be required under make another experiment and see If. Fla,; E. M. Turner, Dunnellon, Ha.; S. U.Nibiack. .
. we cannot improve him by educationof of Ducnellon, Fla.; U. S. Folks. of
to make its wishes known in was 9 years old at the time, has since the new theater builSing ordinancefor Dunnellon. Fla, .
; Metropolis. the Chicago playhouses.This his hand and his heart. There must 12 25 W. G. ROBINSON Register.
regard to the issues of the day. ThIs married and both she and her husband
.... joined in the application for Jem-II's is the estimate of theater"man- be a moral sub-stratum upon whichto

should be done by calling a representative and it docs not include the build, or you cannot make a desirable NbTICE
Price of Polk agers
"An Interior'oter" has a communication pardon. Charley county "
Ban- convention for this purposeonly. i who was sentenced in 1901 for j I amount which will be expended for I citizen. I 1: ,
Ocala
In last Friday's ._ manslaughter was pardoned becauseIt the entire rebuilding of at I Ixabt one The governor 11.1'10 declares that the In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit -

ner, on "Should the Interior be repre- was show.n that in the killing he theater. people of the nan should rise up ol Florida. in and for Marion' county, ia
Frank Clark and other have an- and demand the repeal of Chancery.
sented in Congress? The writer had acted in protection of his sister. Three theaters are closed! certainly, the fifteenth America Phosphate Company complainant
noun ..d themselves a* landing upou five others have almost admitted mandmprtt.
arod
Kirk Williams, of Habersham county .
calls attention to the fact that "at \s.Thomas Palfretman el tL deft ndaats.TT

the national democratic platform until who was_ given four years for kid thai they would bt forced to suspend.: IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTSJ.
present with the exception of the new The number that will not l tie able to hrrein named. Thomas Palfretmaa. Mfbitti
naping in 1902. was pardoned as was NOTICE. '
the national convention promulgate Parktr. AM ". Patter jr CM don Vatkft
district, all of Florida's Uuited States also Arthur Williams, who has served reopen is es-tinrattd at one-half. and Ma>>el G. Parker b; and they are hereby
a new one, upon which/ they .. requited to aptar 10 the btlloi complaint i.
senators and congrtttsmeu reside at five years of a 10-year sentence for Th*>nnro few theaters that will be NOTICE I:;. tlEREBY.GIVEN THiT UN- ihp alwve entitled ca-se en or befcie JftnJay,
pledge themselves in advance to burglary. able to use more than two floors for by virtue of a final decree entered the ,
Senator Taliaferro in the came of,William Young cpiiim-t Stephen
cities. ( / .
seaport stand. This may or may not do for many months and many even of the Sprigging. pending in the Circuit (('ur\ of the ifl dar Df Ftlt tlQf1'. A.D. 'ore.Itisfurtberorderedthstaceiyct

Jacksonville senator Mallory, Pensa- best will lIato abandon the Fifth Judicial Circuit oi Florida. in sod loT Ibis tide
; <<: gal-
Jurors Have Hard Time.
: national issues, tnt we have btatei.jsueg Marion county in chancery, on the jyA icy of hublw1icd .ncea wick kr kur tituiktua
cola Congressman Hparkmau Tampa Allentown, Pa., Jan. 51.-The re- lery permanently. December A. D. iso, by lheU oOJ"ille W. S. I. !ftk, '.n It'e Ocala BinDer..Uoaethislkceniberl5A..
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which 110 national platform I Bullock.judge of the above MS ltd court the D beg
of theater tickets is almost
and Congressman\ Davis, Palaika, the inmption of the Bechtel trial today The price\ I undersigned special master in iharmy. appointed S. T SI"TltUNlt.
: can reach. was delayed owing to the inability of certaiT to be increased. It is i tberon to execute taid fillill crcier (let k I -r..'ult Court.

head of deep water navigation. the raid that $2 and $2.50 standard u'ilZoll..1 onday the Uh tiay of J/ltrrhAD.I904. By H. C btaistaEb.C- .
. Policies and principles upon which three jurors to reach the city because as a U. L. A5DEESOW,
bEtween the hours of o'ckxk and
it a. m. 2 U
interior of the Peninsular portion of of the bitter cold weather which interfered price for seats is likely to be advocated o'c1okpzn.ot uid day. in Iront of the koulh ComplasnantsSolidtor. II 4-
atlairs to he conducted can
;, the State has no wnUtion." He state are with the trolley and train by tie managers!; and that the low- door. Florida cf: the at court public house ouUty in Ocala.offer Nation frr tale county and-

only be indicated by a state platform, service. Two of the Jurors were compelled priced houses w ill make corresponding will sell to the highest and best bidder lor cash. I OF MASTER'S SALE.
then feks the question, Dots this not the mortgaged premiss in Mid final decree' NOTICE .
distinct from to walk 6 miles. One increases.
and they are necessarily ear was; described follows, to-wit: The east half ot
show that the cards have been stacked irozen and both hands of the othc the southeast quarter oi the northwot quarterof
those of the nation because they are IS IIFRKBY GIVE THAT U%.
section south of rar e 21 east
h And dealt uufairly to the interior?" were frost bitten. Both recsived medical -I FALSE ALARM SENT IN. also northeast ii.tbwrship quarter ot 15 section 24.township j 17. NOTICE by virtue of a inat decree itn.teredon .

local in their nature anti scope. It is attention their arrival h"re -- south of range Jo,all in Marion county Honda ( the 3&th day December.. 1903 by tie
4 ; All of which g< eu to bhow that Frank upon or so much thereof as may be nrCrwwry to uUi.ly Honorable. S. Bullock judge of the circuit j
therefore the. duty of the democratic Test to Prove Efficiency Fire Drill |I" kid final decree and COSt. ol suit court: of the filth judicial circuit of Florida, )la.
Clark, ts an InteriOr nun ought to be Chicago Postoffice. CARI.OS L.1S.RU-NK.: non county, nin thancciy in a certain came
United Mine Worker
of the state to enunciate its
party ALLRFD & DAVIS. Special Master in Chancery. therein lately pending wherein Hdwm C
nominated.--Lake) JU d. Indianapolis Ind., Jan. 21.-At the piuoaso.! Jan. Following an solicitors for Complainant. l 22 I Smith was complainant and Agrie OoUiaf dlal.
platform prior to the selection of can were defendants the HnJemgBritspecidl .s
opening of the convention of the Unit alar of flre in the temporary main master appointed under said final d..

444 didates to represent it and its policieson ed Mine Workers of America todny !I postofflc on ,the'Like front nearly 100 NOTICE crte to execute the same will

James P.Tuliaferro bat been a credit current state is-sues President Mitchell announced the I tons ofmall matter and 22 stamp can on J/onAiy. the lot Jar Ftbnary,, A. D. 1104,
i betweelt the hems of u a. u. and a o'clock:
: to the state aud to the party whoseMponenthei The platform first, ciudiddtt afterwards standing committees. It was announce-! ceiling machines weighing half a ton rPHE REGULAR ANNUAL MKKI1XG; OF p. mat the court hou.e dO'l". In the ell, ol

of that the credentials committee r/culd I ear!!. have been carried out of the -L the IJuoncllon rhosphatc i owuaoy wtll be Ocala, ffcr for siC an *. Daring his term is the logical sequence. A held at the office of the company in RockwellMarion and best bidder for cash the mortgaged prera
'jiMin! in four minutes. Then the
be able to report probably tomorrow county. Florita. on Tuesday. February described in said final decree and ordered

office great good baa h C'h accomplished candidate running on his own platform afternoon. The time limit for resalntlons ; army of clerks learned that the alarm 16th, ra>4, kt 12 o'clock noon. bile sold to-wit:in Th scuthweft six quarter_Ill of,
nAtu section Bintteea township < in Washington fur ihe state of Is essentially, an independent, and proposed amendments to tho wa a false one to test the efficiency 1.22. RALPH Secretary JlR. range twenty east or eo ranch thereof .> may
to satisfy said decree and rotta.
of tblire drill. he necessary
Jol rlda. Our rivers mul hurbow have although not in revolt against his constitution was fixed for tomorrow I i jO"".; 11. BELL Special Master,
night. The committees\ retired for Twelve porson'were: buying stampsor .
of consid- NOTICE ---
received the largtbt mwd The democratic of the T
party. party work. posting letters when Custodian Na-

frdloD, our claims igitiat the national state should not force its aspirants to I II gle sent in the, fire alarm. In less NOTICETOTlCElSHERfcBY
REGULAR ANNUAL MKKTIXO OF
I rpuE
government have teen (adjusted, this auomolous position.-Gainesville Empress Indisposed. than three minutes after the sound- I the Port Inglis Terminal Compiuy will beheld
ing of the gong seven lines of hose at the ofbee of tie company in KockweU. \ GIVEN THAT THS
I the old Indian wMUra who suffered Berlin, Jan. 21.-Empress; Augusto Marion county. Florida on Tuesday, Htbiuaryitih. 1> enderfiigiied. as eiecntorm aad *f'XeCIltnx
poor Sun. Victoria has varicose veins In one o* had teen attached and stream; af water 1904. at one o'clotk p. mRALPH reipectivelv.ol the estate of John P. Duan, de

in silence for forty years have.been her lower limbs and is obliged to beep were being directed along! the BARKER ceacad.wition
At the Baptist Cnureh. It3$t Secretary, Saturday tile 2d aau Of Jw/,. A. A 11Y4.
j, recognized and ""\0 been allow it extended on a cushion. The exclusion floor much to the discomfiture of the app', to the county jndge of Marion roniitt,

llnt iu proportion Friday ni ht at the Baptist churchDr. of ladies from tonight's drawingroom spectators. Florida. at Ocala. Fh. for the pirpo-e f f making
, ( id pensions lIome' NOTICE final settlement their account and for
leftheir Iu T. Bryan noted Baptist missionary because of the empress' indisposition final discharge.
a :
bervice the .e:
to the > PUNN.
O.
, \ has caused intense disappointment Stevens I Issues Important Order. H
Notice: Application toe Tax Peed Under Sec W. A. HOCKER
'J' in titLe or IIH .'. All the to China will deliver a lecture. the of the Atlanta Jan. Commissioner ofI Eaecnton.
1 country on part many women tion 8,of Chapter*'$> La..'"t>f FlorUa.V .
, i Is distinction who have from the I j Agriculture O. B. Sevens has issued ALICE K. LAW.
Mil-factions not .of come
credit for thee and HEREBY ClYFM THAT Execotilc.
lIe i ia an tl quent divine TICE 13 12 25
province or other countries for pre| an important order relatrve to the sae! i\ Sliickev and Tiller. tmr..V.-M of Tax
lu :Juiius 1'. Tlin He is only Ct'rti5ralu.. ('ale' "'"".,n f'f' r' .tjnl.A.D.3s&hd.fi1edsaIcertrf' .
commercial fertilizers and 173
of
i it will be a pral t>l ?a;;ure to bear him. sentation. ;: fertilizermateriala ': .oJ '-sy Ilace.and I

;; one of our fut -.ctttjiAiives ia in bulk, under the law which! made arTl'C&tinn lor U* died to ISMI in NOTICE OF APPLICATION rOR FINAL
All arecurdially invited to hear Dr. Yoilh law Said ceni&ca.e embracesth I rNAL DISCHARGE.
" accordance SETTLEMENT AND
.. was passed at the last session the.
congress who succeeded in teniriugju Alexieff to Move Headquarters.New o\ following! <.acnbed prcrnertr. situated in

Brytn.Study. York. Jan. 21.-It is reported legislature. The obWt. of this law was i Marion oo-.y. Florida, twIt: I :
- -.ic'for Florida from the national Sra": half of soclh half section I, township ?STOTICE IS HEXE3Y GIVES THAT THKcnderMgnedrxecntorot
here a Herald dispatch from to permit the fanner or consumer tc, sal
' says I;. lange 2Z.I iN the last will
government, but A harA rf the credit Che Foo that the Russian viceroy. Admiral do b':. on mixing without having u I The Mid land being 1 ie> Ml at the date of testament of JOHS A.COLE. dtceaaed. will 011
the issuance of such certificatr *n the name olUnknown. '
I la. due him, and must be accorded at HomerT. Alexieff, is preparing to remove I pay the Inspection tax. The new or- Unless said cetUicate shall bf' re. the J8dl day of Fctruary .. .Jl 1904.
den which has the approval of Attorney '. deemed according to law tto.x deed wi'l issue make "nat settlement of bU acconats and apply
bltn. He tDd his friends claim that ,, Lean more, ud yoy his headquarters to Harbin, a town rn thereon on.the 16th day of February.A.P.1904, for fiaUscharge.. Sack final seUleneat and
r&nl"With the Tablet Hone Study Lt on you Mid DOC the Manchurian railway, where tfcr. General John C. Hart, requires th, Witness my official tignatnre and seal this the appltcax -n to be made to the county Judge of

Taliaferro U entitled to a second'termn leave home or mployueat, ....to,tun Rbetanc Bookkeeping.. Liicnure.Aithucth.Acbt.GCUlWy. Hittocy.., line branches off to Port Arthur on ] reeistratlon of all who handle bulk fer 12th day of January A. D.1004.S._ S1STRUNK.. Marioa 8286m cc .'y,at Ocala. Florida I. )(. LIDDRU.
rsYstc Lab..dCo T ncllrnal&U r..mllU'II..s. 5""
-& endorsement from an appre ".Ncb. CII'.w.n 5c 44dreai.I.I.UIUS.YistU.Vim. the south. tlluer material. 115 Clerk Circuit Court ltariott Co. FJa. D. A. MOLE. "I-

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; Catastrophe In Bloem-

fontein, South Africa, ?
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CORES OF HOUSES DEB TP.OYED.
,r. : THE :
Town Plunged In Mourning Over Great a ac _
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Disaster Twenty-Three Bodies Re = m

covered-Great Public Funeral HeldIn

South African .
City. i it I ) TAPOT.
Bloemfontem Jan. 20.-It is now estimated i
that GO persons were drowned l
/as a result of the.bursting of a reservoir ..
here Sunday, which also de ',k '' -
v stroyed 176 houses and three hotels. 'jr s v waysRele
There was a public funeral and interment -
today of 23 of the bodies already GROCERY
recovered. The ceremonies fiSBRE0D
were attended by all the local officials -
and 2,000 of the Inhabitants. The .
shops were closed'and the town 1* in "
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t )mourning.TEN" INDICTED- FOR PEONAGE. I 1 BEING THE STAFF OF LIFE, .


Report to Judge Jones by the Feder .
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j al Grand Jury.
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Montgomery, Ala. Jan. 20.-Ten --
The better the Flour
peonage indictments hare been reported j :
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to Judge Jones by the federal -
I grand jury. Most s -
" these were two against prominent, F. M.among Prest- : The better the Bread; 3
wood and Hisson Noah of Coffee: O -
county charging them with holding .-.
in peonage Bob English, an old lame E The better the Bread ,
lish white man, and his son. Wiley Eng :2


as Tie follows other: peonage Indictments were E. The stronger the Staff, -

i Albert Driver, of Geneva, Charged I .

with a Jeff negro having I),. Crumpton In peonage.held ,Josephus charged with Enflnger seizing Ballard's Obelisk Flour Makes Whitest t Lightest Bread. I

and"carrying Nick Anderson, negro --- .... .
to the Tyson Lumber company, in ---
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: Coffee county, where he was held in .....

peonage.causing Alex D.William Stephens Brown, charged a negro with, to REMEMBER, It is not so much what you pay as t

be held in peonage by S.V.. Tysen.E. .
L. Warren causing Nick '
Anderson
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I George to be Stephens held in state, charged of peonage.with holding t what you get for what you pay.

William Thornton, a negro, In .
peonage. ,
The Prest woods are said to be .
wealthy and own much land in Coffee :: It has been this -4IfI .
county. on principal we have conducted our business To :: }E


HAD NARROW ESCAPE. E: give you just what you buy. Quality governing prices, for the best :: :


Five Hundred Persons From Fire.Were In Danger :: is the cheapest We can suit you in anything you want to buy as we :: ;

Chicago, Jan. 20.-A dispatch to The
Tribune from Marion Ind., says: : carry Grades to suit the Purchaser
Five hundred persons have narrowly :: J.
escaped*being burned to death in' ..- 'Y
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a fire which destroyed the 5-story Colonial .
apartment building. There were
no fire escapes on the structure and -

the caused' fire by started a live wire.A under. the stairway, Below we mention the prices on a few articles which only hold good

number of women had fainted or .
were overcome by smoke when the -
.fire reaehed them. The elevator operator until stock is exhausted: ...d.... 4
deserted his post but AlSert
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McCarthy, a porter, rushed fnto the .
building and pperated the lift He :: ..... --
succeeded In. carrying many persons --- Ralston's Pankake Flour, )10cpkg3 for 2ic. Yellow Corn l\Ieal15cpkg :2 for :25c. >t. --- 1 '
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to the ground floor before being driven t f i ,
out 1NONUNIONISTS :: Prunes, 3 for 25c.; Peaches laic 2 for 25c.;
:::] I
Breaksast Wheat lOc
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.\ ATTACKED. pkg.
Peaches
Apricots Nectarines
I5c Ib. .
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tlor- Grape Nuts 15c; 2 for 25c.
Miners Assailed While Returning from Figs 15c lb. Cooking Figs lOc. : i
Work at Coal Creek. .. :
Knoxville. Tenn., Jan. 20.-A .-. Cleaned Currents lOc Dates .
special lOc pkg ;3 for '25c.i :- :
to The Sentinel from ,
Bnceville Tenn. I .
says: 'Van. Camps Hulled Corn better known as Lye Hominy tile can :2 for 25.; :: ;
A number of nonunion coal *
while returning from Coal Creek miners 1 last .-r. Corn Starch, Rice Flour Farina, i-lb pkges lOc :3 for 25c. -411
night. were attacked by :: 1 ::
a party of,
men, and four were badly hurt. The Pearl, Flaked and Granulated Tapioca, i-lb pkges lOc :3 for 25c. ::::

worst Injured man's name. Is unkno rn. --- --- .
The three others are: ...... ----- -
Tate Smith, of Cross Mountain. ......
William Love, of Cross Mountain. ---
Allen Wallace, of Coal Creek. Presto and Vigor lOc packages /and it is all
so the
The men who were attacked were t>e along line all we ::
Employes in the mines of the Tennessee ,.,

Mountain Coal Coal'company.company and the Croat ask you is to call and see for yourself what we have to offer and atliving 1


CURED OF BROKEN NECK. ---

...... prices ::
Boy Spent Five Motionless Months -e
In New York Hospital. '

broken New York neck,, Jan.James 20.Dunn-Cured 17 of years a Our desire is to please you. and know of no better way of proving this than ::

old, has been discharged from a >hospital -. --
by
giving you the Best Goods for lowest
where he spent five motionless prices consistent with a legitimate 1
months. rigid in a'plaster cast and .....
with heavy weights at his head'and ,: : profit. 1-
feet which held his body immovable.The ::
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operation and
cure have attracted
great attention among surgeons. Goods
Dunn was Injured while diving E as represented or your money back.
from a pier while bathing. He
was kept alive with great difficulty -
:; during the operation, "
VICTIM OF "MAGGING. No Misrepresentation. .

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Harsh Treatment Results .In-Death of __ .
Band Boy. :: Don't Forget We Carry the Largest (Issortnjent of .
New York, Jan. 20.-A serious asetha :... ) TOILET SOflPS '19 the City and Prices are Low. :

t! "ragging"has occurred among ..... ie
r band boys of the second battalion ol
'r the Rifle brigade, in the Kasr-N'iel bai E Yours for '
> and better
t, racks,in Cairo says a Herald despatch more business, :
from Alexandria, Egypt. The victim: ::
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f. died and a courtmartla! has been ordered S=

.; The to boy investigate.was continually reported as THE TEA POTuiauaaaaaauaaauauaaaaaaaiuaaaaaiaaauaaaaaaaiiaaaaa ?

slovenly and dirty In person. Adjutant I GROCERY.
> ordered all the boys to undergo I
extra drill on account of this one boy's
delinquencies and in consequence he ..M--


L was that eourtmartialed he subjected died a few and to hours a such barrack rough later. u>>omage., : " " " " " ,," " ,.," " " ',' ,',' -e....... f,



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