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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 29, 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 )
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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 l VOL. JLXXVII, NO 28 OCALA) FLORIDA.) FRIDAY JANUARY 20, 1904 DOLLAR YEAR

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-- -- The Growing City Tuesday at 1 o'clock Mrs.William
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& Hooker entertained at luncheon in
The Carbo-Hagnetic Razor .. Of the Interior Personal
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VNo honor of her sister, Mrs. John

:-; Needs No Herjing. ;-; .I I II brough, of Tampa. This was Hans-I

I I' n a. :-: I,! city in thr interior is growing HO I II One crate and basket factory. tbe most elegant social functions AttentionThe

: -- I rapidly aO-al a Every d ellinij abd I Two meat packing establishments!
I II Ocala
I ... -I I has ever enjoyed, the bautitful
:::: ,: I '. I Two spoke and rim factories.
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== I. : '. .. I'I''t every store building occupied.The home affording effective setting
't -- I folloNinllltewi will give someId.a Two cotton gins. partners of this bank arc )
E r Sold ::: I Two to Mrs. Hocker'a grace and charm as M
; .. .: ,. ... moss factories.
; == ... ,7by' : I\ J ;.;'_ -_. j of the size an importance of the Two grist mills. a hostess. interested in the success of its

-- -- city: Two bean hulling mills. customers and the commuoity
:-: : 4 : .. .' t. ::: Three banks. Four racket fatorea. The decorations were of peach I
a at large. Personal attention is
I .. {, .. .. Three railroads. One gas plant. blossoms which gave the keynote to
. -- <% r Four hotels-oue covering a block. One asceteUn gas plant. the color scheme of and given to every detail of the
::::: ''I, .. ..{ == Two ice factories. Three wholesale liquor pink green.
hoiwos.
f I =-= .-.-: .. :. .. .. c. : :_: One electric light ,,!aut.' One bottling work .y In the dining room were covers laid bank's business.

,,,, --- .. .. --- I Four dairies. -'*' One telephone system. for sixteen. The center 'of the table
l -_ I J_ Four saloons. One bowling alley.
,.! massed Munroe &
Three bakeries. wa with full billowy heaps of Chambliss
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... One marble works. ,
Six churches (white) '. Two paper hangers.A tulle, in the midst of ...whi h were

I ..POSTOFFICE; DRUG. STORE. 1 Ten Two churches undertakers(col) f; score of boarding houses. scattered .sprays of the. peach blossoms Bankers,

Board of Trade.
::: 'Prescriptions. receive careful at eDtiOD. :: : .. aud smilax.. Tbe ,place cards:. OCALA a
::: --- _, __'n_ -... Four: shoe shop One public hospital.One FLORIDA.
Oue exclusive shoe store. public library. showing: the ".me'tl\wrrs. .


sJUllillhllllllllllllllillllllllllliillllllilllllllllllllil' '\ '- ' lllllilllllllCr : One One haberdashery.hothouse. < all. Hard directions.Ten roads.leading from the'city in of A six most courses dainty was and served attractive and discussed menu-, Rowe's New Cafe

I One greenhouse.
t physicians. In tbe midst of bright conversa
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One military company. Twenty practicing attorneys. I tion. It the place to buy Prniu.Confectionery NttU.Luocbc .
Two dentist. Foundry and machine shops. *.Hot Coffe,Sou Culd Dnafc, Tobtcr,
Ten fruit stores. One team laundry. I The hour previous to the luuchecnwas Cigars.CbicirtJ,Egg tad Produce, Oy Ur a

1 t David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE Seven newspaper .. One Chinese laundry.One passed in playing pit, Mrs specialty.. We have We an tell lip them Q-Ute t.nay cook quaatitrdmr.ed. aid sent.

Three job printing offices. race course. Hiller being the successful broker. them in any style.

LANDS. Five wood yards. Golf grounds. She was rewarded for ber skill "onchange" Ray. per plate ISo g
Three livery stables.
Baseball team.
Per dos en IIIIt shell iS*
with a copy of The Pit by
r Eight restaurants. Three gents tailoring establishments Stew z,.
i ri Five drug scores. I Court house. Norris, which will doubtless be a Fry 35o

Four jewelry stores. I One express building souvenir of a most delightful occasion. Half Fry ZOo

i If you have phosphate lands you wish to sell or Three furniture stores. I Two passenger depots. The ladies present-were Mrs. Hans- By tate Plat 20.

1 r lease on royalty communicate with him. Three hardware stores. I Three freight depots. brought Mre. Hirsch, Mrs. Hubbard Bj tile Quirt U.IJ .

.. Two cigar factories. Two wagon and buggy stores. Half G.lloa IS* t
Mrs. Allred Mrs. Austin Mrs.
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Two bicycle shops.One Four blacksmith shops and wagon If the Gallon 1.10.
barrel factory. works. Clarence Camp, Mrs. Jack Camp, Push and Salt Water fish.
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Office next to Dr.Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala: ,Fla. Five barber shops. Paved streets and brick and con Mrs. Mclver, Mrs. Biller, Mrs. Hall, Country trade solicited. Ladled
Ten s-torea. and GeaU. Come and ace Maid be conteft4.
grocery crete sidewalks. Mrs. Herbert
Anderson Miss Wart
We Mtuf
ftunntec jva cUoa ia uiUty
Four millinery stores. 1', Masonic, K. of P., I. O. of F.. F. U. mann, Miss Rosenbaum and Miss quality and price or your money rzfatxfcd.
T' ;;;-0 Two plumbing shops. A.V.. of W., Elks, Confederate Hiller. We respectfully solicit a share of your patroo
Two tin shops. age. Open day and Bight till ia o'clock sad
Uli 2UZJ-BZTH HASBIS. Local Editor Mr. J. M. Mc'A rtbur, who has hieo Two cotton gins. Veterans, Daughters of the Confederacy Mrs. Hanabrough, the guest of during the day Sundays. No. 101 North Uagnoiia -
G. A. R., King's Daughters, Gun stmt, first door south of the McCarthy
the of Mr. Harry Izlar on Carolina Ten store! Jolla
guest dry good honor ia
a lady of brilliant mental
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Club, society Cpr the Prevention of old br t store.Ocala. FU.
'. HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Heights for several lays returned Paid fire department.Oue Cruelty to Animals, Band of Mercy culture and much social charm and

to his hove at Gainesville Tuesday Two kindergarten public schools.school. and other organuttions. all who had the pleasure of being S. E. ROWE, Meager.I .

Mr. Merrill Wilcox, of Early Bird, morning.Mr. Two abstract offices. Five thousand population. present found her a most agreeableand
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WM a visitor here on Tuesday.Miss Edwin C. Smith left for Oue photographic gallery. The surrouuding country is the richest entertaining accession! to their (DN[ MELON N SEED[[ rOjLE
Oue tent photographer. in the state and is thickly dotted number.
1 I Iflick |i Ormond Tuesday to attend the automobile with vegetable and stock farms
Janet Weathers has been quite Three meat markets. have on hand bOO pounds of tbe

for several daye but i3 now much meet. Dr. W. H. Powers and One city market.r I| Largest watermelon and cantaloupe Nothing Doing. famous Eden Watermelon Seed which

: Mr: H. C. Jones left Wednesday fu Two planing mills. I farms in the state. Tuesday night was the regular meeting I will sell at reasonable figures If sold
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t the same place.Waiiumakcr. -- of the council but again there at once. The Eden Melon Is the beat
i Mr. Samuel W.Teague left Tuesday .
was no quorum. shipper known, and these s*>ds were
for another business trip tV Brown of At the Episcopal Church burd.j. Tragedy at Rock Springs.
morning The new board of aldermen seem to selected fr m large and perfectly

*, through West Florida. Philadelphia, the largest! Sunday morning the Rt. Rev. William Tuesday at one o'clock a sad have every reliance in the new mayoraud shaped stock. For prices, etc., wdtq,

clothiers In America.ew' Crane Gray, D. D., Bishop of tragedy ocuned at Rock springs
; Fatal kidney and bladder troubles sample* are here. F. P. Gads in not meeting is really ciothing I I. F. !
be prevented by the use Southern Florida, preached at Grace Miss Ri'nn Lytle was shot by her STILLS.
can always him
sou,agent at the Ocala Bazaar with a vote of confidence.In Blackvill. C.BRANCH'S .
of Foley'a Kidney Cure. Postoffice Episcopal cburch iu tbis city. He 13 little aec! >, Claude Clark, through tbe
Drug Store. m this connection we may be permitted -
Mr. G. S. Anderson and son, William : A forceful speaker and his sermon neck with a parlor rifle at the home ,
to that if there U "noth
order say
made to ,
Ladles HklrU I of Auburn, Ala., are guests of I Sunday; morning was a very fine one. of her uncle, Mr.R. B. Clark
men tailored. See Gadxoii, at log doing" in the council chamber
:Mr. B. 8. Atden-ou and family at His text was from the first chapter of : Miss Lytle is about twenty- ve Genuine
t he Ocala llazaar. there is something doing in tbemayor's .Rattlesnake>
T their home iu the third ward They Hebrews, sixth verse, "Let all the years old and her niece about four

,nv. r: Mr. Newcomb Marco, of Fellow.' will remain several weeks. Augtls of God Worship Him." teen. ottk'e. WATERMELON SEED.

Tuesday in Ocala with ............. Mayor Edwards baa gone diligentlyto
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$ ship '
k pent At the conclusion of the sermon the It was thought that the bullet bad Only Pur Strain U the United States
Barco. Mrs.'R. F. Rogers who has beeu' work and is thoroughly familiarizing
r hli father, Hon. J. M. Bishop confirmed a class of nine been extracted from the rifle, indeed Carefully selected. ".
Kept )
visiting her husband in this city for himself with the duties of the other pure 35 year
[ Mr. Feotus Big$9 returned Sunday young ladle and girls, viz: Misses. some one said i it bad beenand the aunt Pure seed variety impossible grown OB where plantation different ol JOB-armies acres.
returned important obligations resting
l the past few days, has to upon are grown.
where he has Maude, IJebSie and Editn Need bam, I and niece were examining it. Finally
[ from Philadelphia) Lake City to make preparations to him and promised to make a careful, i ox,, iyr; tea .t3;tf. tb.4 oc; K Ib,63> ; .Ib,'r.JS; -
I few wetks. Etta Deubel, Barr Davis, Ellen Clark. i the aunt banded the rifle to the niec 10 Iba,f Delivered.
g been sending the past come to Ocala to reside permantly.Mrs. painstaking and energetic, official.:
son, Jean Teague, Mary Reardon andMrs. with the barrel pointing towards her He Send for Seed Ainual. ")lan..1 oa Yetis
is built that "
is way. Culture. loc. Remit by registered letter or
Mrs. L. C. Lynch, of Gainesville, E. Rosenthal And )Ir. A. L. J. L. Emerson.The ani in taking bold of the handle of it Tuesday number money order. "
of
quite a offend
visiting her auut, Mre. W.P. Hakley, Little, of Boston. Mass., arrived in services were very pretty and the niece grasped the trizger and tbe era were before nim and he held the M. I. BRANCH,

having come down Monday afternoon. Ocala :M&dday from a trip to Cuba, enjoyable, the singing being especially rifle fired, and sent a bullet through judicial balances with t Solomonic Columbia Ca. Btrtilli, Cl

Special Sale on. for 30 day lu and are the guests of the former's good. the neck of the unfortunate lady, wisdom and tempered his findings

hosiery, all kinds. The Ocala cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hiller. Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D. severing the wind pipe and lodging, with tbe softness of speech and the DANGER

Bazaar, Gadson, Supt. perhaps, at the base of the spinal col.umn COMING
Mrs. John Hansbrcugh and little Waverly, Texas, writes: |l"0f a minimum limit of the law measured
at the back of the neck.
Col. Nio Barco and Mr. R. J. daughter, of Tampa, are the guests morning, when first rising, I often In cold ca-h. Signs, that Point to Bright" DIM
Dr. E. Van Hood
Knight, of Crystal River were find a troublesome collection of < was summoned --- sass or other PaUl Forma
of Mrs. Hansbrou h's cousin, Mrs.X. .
women Who wear Will.
among our visitors to Ocala Monday. phlegm, which produces a cough, and and found her entirely paralized and of Kidney Troublo.
M. Allred. They are on their way is very hard to dislodge; but a small la an extremely critical condition.Dr. It is astonishing how great: a Change '-

Mrs. O. A. Douglass and children i home from a visit to relatives In quantity of Ballard'a Horehound Griffin, of Dunnellon, spent the few years of married life will makein There are thousand of person shoats'

Washington, D. C.IVe will at disltnigc it and the and laconadouslj la danger of the fate that
relatives in this city. Syrup once with her appearance disposition of
are visiting night and as soon) as she ia LM lately befallen of
8 Miss' -- ,_ the trouble is over. I know of no many women. The freshness, the M many our matt
Mn. Douglas was formerly able she will be to the mea and
brought Marion prominent who hare died
women
are opening u big line of
medicine that is equal to it. and it is brilliance vanish like tbe bloom from
Anna Lummis.. tinware, crockerj and 'glass so pleasant to take. I can most core County hospital. a peach which ia rudely handled. from kiWI trouble. These dlseaui III

ware., We underbought and recommend it all The ia a'dim ilarmlnglj on the Increase,and thel com
Harris returned to Jack- dially to persons matron only shadow, a
Mr. Tom Unwell
en so Insidiously that few realize their!
will undersell. The Ocala' needing a medicine for throat or lung faint echo of the charming maiden.
onville Monday morning after a few Try a 50c bottle of HERBIXE notice condition till life if actually danger.
llazaar (Jadsoii.Mr. ,
troubles." Price 25c, 50c, f 1 bottle, at There are two reasons for this change,
day's visit to his parents, Mr. andMrs. I the improvement speedily effected in Ia the early stages of ktdnay disease
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and .Ty* ignorance and neglect. Few
Frank Harris. T. W. Troxler is enjoying avery dings& Co. m in your Appetite, Energy, Strength women appreciate the shock to young ah there may b. headache, backache, tae

delightful visit from his mother I and Vigor. Watch how it brightenstbe system through the change which appetite, bad taste In the mouth,
Our new spring and summer Ocala Rules Minstrel. spirits, gives freedom from Indigestion dry or furred tongue thirst, dry ikhi or
and his brother, Mr. G. V. Troxler, of comes with marriage. Many neglectto
clothing are here. A lit or 110 and Debility m itrong penplntion,sediment la thl nrint,
in mind the fact the Ocala deal with the
Keep unpleasant drains
Vaiden Miss. Mrs. Troxler will -
wale Sec GadMm at the Ocala --- or unnatural feeling rtrloui parts ef
llaxaar. probably remain in Ocala several Rifles are going to give .swell. per Hate your suit or pants which are often consequent on mar the body. Dont expect all these signs

months and Mr. Troxler will return formance in the opera house on Feb. made to your own excludet riage and motherhood, not under to show themselrea. At woo u you -
the
Mr. 8. G. White, representing (", cost! only a few cent standing that this secret drain is robbing notice of them
5 19O-l any commence at once
Anteltam Paper Company of Hsgerse home in a few days.Creen's I more than the old shop worn the cheek of Its freshness .and the use of roms Kmsii Ccxi.THOJUS .

call Tuesday Tbe following stars will perform: I ready made goods. At the the form of its fairness. As surely as .
UITLE
town, Md., made us a :, Blrbeck, III, writes}
August FlowerIs 1 he Gerig Bros., Morris, Taylor, Au- Ocala Bazaar, Gad ou. tbe general health suffers weeu thereis "I had a very bad case of kidney trouble

morning.__- the most popular remedy on the derson and Pittman. derangement of the health of the and my back pained me to I could not

Mn J. N. held of Belleview, is globe for the cure of all stomach, digestive Don't fail to see Morris and Pittmanin A Delightful Entertainment womanly organs, and so surely when itralghtea up. The doctor's treatment

of the Marion County liver troubles and habitual Mn. H. H. thtse organs established in health
Inmate
an their ,specialty. McCrearv, president of did me no good. I saw For a's KIDDY
great
Hospital, having been brought to constipation, with their miserable j Kirby Smith Chapter, United Daugtern h- the face aud form at once witness to COLS advertied.and. took one bottle
effects. We advertised as a. test in Lou't fail to hear Mr. Martinot, the the fact in renewed comliness. Half i
which cured me and I hire
not been
Tuesday.x of the
that institution Confederacy, tendered
7,680 newspapers all over the United great bass singer. I I a million women and more bavetouud affected since. I gladly recommend this

The many frieuds of G. H. Hausan States for any else where August Let everybody come and give the I Monday afternoon an informal reception health and happiness in the remedy.

engineer L. E. & W.B. R., at presentliving Flower was used that did not give :I boys a large house. to the members of the chapter us of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip It Is a simple thing to make your kid.

in Lima, 0., will be pleased to I satisfaction. Only three cases of fail I in honor of Mrs. J. B. Cutler, of tion. It makes weak wamen strongand neys right when they are not badly affect

know of hie recovery from threatened ure in thousands of letters two of Business !IIulbi made to jour, Ocala and, other visiting daughters. fek-k women well. ed; but it la not so easy after deatructloahj

kidney disease. He writes:. "I was these were ,cancer of the stomach special measure, select jour While the reception was entirely informal set in. Font's KnurzT Crax will
Price 25 and 75 cents bottle at '
cured by using Foley'a Kidney Cure, per cloth from 9.50: to s$16.JO.: WASTED-To buy velvet beamy cure every form of kidney and bladder
1 Store. 1 there were a great man
f which I recommend to all, especially Anti-Monopoly Drug Pants made to order 2 75 up.We peanuts. Ocala Seed Store. 124tfFOimKlBNEYCDKE trouble U taken early and It win give relief

trainmen, who are usually similarly take all the'chances. You present, and the afternoon was passed even' In the most hopeless cases. ItIs

similarly afflicted. Postofflce Drug F oLE 1I0mA1UTARCUI't must be pleased or no uile. In a manner becoming to the occasion. an honest preptratioa lad will do all

Store. m Cela.i Pre. .1 Pap.utl Gadaouat the Ocala Bazaar. -Gainesville Son. Makes Kidneys Bad Bladder Rty kt that Is claimed tar U.

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-- Peaumeela aid La Grippe. .
r. Too. Convocation. I Cawerth league Poetic SocialA bills In I i
I''bag tied to his person $=O in

Jin Ancient FoeTo Yesterday gave oar people some large circle of Epworth Leaguer, THREE ARE KILLED his sleeping car and $3 In silver In I. Hooey Coughs and cored Tar. quickly Refute by substitute Foley'i ,

with their friends met at the home of hit pockttbook. I
idea of the bravery and resolute determination
health and happiness is Scrofula He is a German evidently but Is a : postofflce Drug Store. m
INJURED
u ugly aa ever since time immemorial. of our Episcopal friends. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Martina AND MANY naturalized American citizen as papers

It caosea bunches in the neck, disfigures Although it rained in torrents until few nights ago to celebrate the of naturalization found in For a bad taste la the month take *

: the skin, inflames the mucous the secretary of doses of Chamberlain's Stomach -
looked like a second flood was upon birthday one of America's greatest Accident the his car. signed by few
membrane, wastes the muscles, weak.ens ; on Burlington sUte of the United State and Liver Tablet Price 25 cents.

the bones, reduce the power of USa there was no break to the program poets, Edgar Allan Pee Eo td.I The doctors think: he has pneumon'a : Warranted to care. For sale by \11.I .
and Quincy .
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,. ttsutance to disease and the capacity that was announced in yesterday At eight o'clock the assembly was and no hopes for his recovery are I ti-Monopoly Drug Store. m

.. for recovery, and.develops into con- morning's paper. called to order by Mr. Royal Cole, who I I TRAINS COLLIDE IN SNOWSTORM. had.

e ramption. The attendance at the 7am. acted as master of ceremonies. Tbe I . --

, "A beach"arpeared on the left side of f I Denver Which Had Stepped
following U the : Exprtsc SACRIFICE SALE I II
good and at 9 o'clock program
r e my neck. It caused great pain was lanced sacramrnt was GREAT
and became a running sore. I went into a Prayer B.CT. L. W. Moore at link to Take Water U Run Into
the attendance at the Armory was
... general decline. I was persuaded to try Scripture Rea&a;Dan \.5.
Hood's Sanapartlla, and when I bad taken largely better than was thought possible 3-S Biography Poe Rhoda Li-Moo. by Accommodation Train-Li t of Have a Great Quantityof
Six bottles neck was healed and I hate
q my Hand
never had any trouble of the kind since"Mu. 3.-IutrumtDtat: ,) Faye Cnbbelt. Dead and Injured.. Second Furni"f
K.T. Errata.Troy Onto.Hood's 4-Rt tatiOD."The Bells" Lottie :LiD paD. Much of it as Goodas m
The address of Mrs. Gray, presidentof (seigh.ben. piano and r ono a"a mpania- SL Louis, Jan. 27.-During a blinding TUIP.
Sarsaparilla Martin, Clara Moore New all Manner of
the Ladies Auxiliary, was a fine ment by Jessie Lou snowstorm an accommodation

and Mr. Short.) train ca the main Una of the Chicago, Articles and for
and Pills the addresses of tLe Viohn Goodsell
paper as were 5- Soto with piano if r Lowell
Burlington and Quincy road embed(
,4 wM rid you of it, radically and per- who the and Mica Gooo.elt6Rearing'The
ladies
other were ou ROOM
program.
train ]know the STORAGE
law as
taaoectly, aa they have rid thousand RiTen" Prof. SIcCaHj a rough LACK OF
Weed to Invitation DHT. bound for St Louis,
Bishop responded an -Violin Solo Lowell GotxUell. : r Express

5-"Toe Holy City" Lowell Goodsell. waicl had stopped last night to take Call at once
and made the ladies a beautiful Will sell at almost your price.
.ADDITIONAL LOCAL. [ address. Some original gam t> were introduced water from a tank at Garden Creek.
40 mU north of this city.
by tbe third Yil>>pr itlent, E. C. SMITH ,
Mrs. W. C. Gray was re-elected Tor i a dead bodies wtrt takes from

Mrt. U. H. Little, first, some silver, the wrack and with lour foxju 4 won
Deaconess Parkhill president.
of Orlando, Furniture Co.
' gold brass and iron bells were distributed boughs to St. Louis over UM Miaun Ocala
who is In attendance at the Episcopal The reception at the Ocala House
Ka&iM and Tiia oa a relief
,upon which the guests wrote in -to
\eonvocation, is being entertained by last night was of coarse greatly Uahi. 8.Toa jihorc are reported U
the sixnificiance of their bell.
rhyme,
Mr. and )Ire. H. B. Clarkson.We marred by the tremendous rains but kin beta lajurcd. one U musing a

was as successful. as it could have been Mrs. J. P. Hilbarn read aloud the It U b
had a terrific rain yesterday under the circumstances and was rhymes, the originality of which eider. tt* d bri.. The dead: ,
K. William Dearer Colo.
and the weather bureau predicts caused: much merriment, u the following Conover. '
really an elegant affair. Elmer Eagilih.: Macon Mo.t OCALA FLORIDA
,
colder temperature for today. We are Those who assls'ed in the reception : 'Benjamin.Be&nett. negro porter, St. i

: certainly getting out share of,weather.In were Rev. and Mrs. Little Mr. and "H&rt.'o tie wedding ia the sir of sound&n Oca the!* belie gulden" bell.'Tit [Mull, Mo. Dealers.

The injured; Wholesale aqd Retail Liquor
Woodrow Mrs. Haisley Mi!s Miss Eula Moore the
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a minstrel performance Charley ) N. according to George Soberer, Quiacy, Ill. iliihtvouaded. -

Taylor buts a profession He is Weathers, Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Bittinget. judges, was the author of the best I. s

J. M. Barbeo, address not ]known,
she then introduced
one of the end< men in the coming rhyme was u
butted tad Internally injured.
minstral show. Capt. Geo. McKean Very delightful music was renderedby peet laureate until the next League Wllltan Davis, Cincinnati Internal

is the middle man. There is fun Mr.G.>odsell> on the violin and Mr. social, for which occasion she was requested I>>joJrI.... ::

: ahead sure. Leon Ffehelon the piano. to prepare something! Dr. Edward B. Clements. Macon
origin.1.1 Mo., aokle fractured and Internal Injnrtee. -
The guests were introduced
John B. and have | A Delightful Occasion. .
FloyJ daughters
Wai. Graham and Miss Johnnie
The home of Mrs. J. F. McKinstry! Those musing:
returned from Texas after absence
an Gattis, who then distributed "gold. Engineer John Yuan of the accomodation

of two months where Mr. Floyd went jr., was the scene of a most delightful bugs" as souvenirs of this delightful Hannibal. Mo. Ia STRAUSS I IX L

on a besiaea trip. We are glad to [: affair Friday morning, when Mrs. occasion. The rear end of the Denver express

standing on the bridge over Garden
McKinstry: entertained at cards com was
welcome wbole- Uled ,
>> big-herie-j
Miss Lottie Kingmaa's recitation crMk. when the crash came. The
genial "lojci-fl'ah" back again to plimentary to Mrs. J. B. Cutler of deserves special mention. It was excellently bridge and accommodation train took [REGISTERED]

the "land ot fi>wtN." Ocala!. and Miss Helen Denham!. of rendered and highly appre. fire from the demolished locomotive

Savannah, who are visiting the city. ILI burned the Ion of the bridge temporarily

After a pleasant visit to friends in Progressive whist was the game ciated by all her hearers blockading traffic. BALTIMORE! RYEFIVE

Tbe L renders thanks Mr. The of the Dearer Express
'. *gu- to rear car
this city, Mrs. J. B. Cutler returned to and it was played with a vigor and in*
was the Denver sleeper. It in said
and MUs Goodaell for
': their splendid
her home in Ocala yesterday. TbUestimtble rerest which wn t" ;the least
sty that must of those killed and seriously YEARS( OLD. -.
music, and LO Mr. and Mrs. Martinfor :'
lady ha many friends in inthusiastic.! the close of the gameit injured were in this car.
lhl ci'y. She formerly resided here, was discovered that the honor ot'' their boepitality, The express train was running be- I I.i "if;

"Out, out are all the lights-out hina time because of a blizzard, which
aad there are many who are always Igl.d I the first prize a handsome china
I also necessitated stopping at the Garden .i- //k I i r
all" and "Silence" reitl1., until the
,
her her old home.
to welcome to ,
piece, lay between Miss Deuham and tank for water. i fFOURDBottlees
next league social which will be a'alentineaoelal 11f ,
Gainesville Sun. Miss Hale. The ladies cut, when the Tne dense snowstorm cut off the t
\ at the home of Mr. signal lights from view of the engineer
The Atlanta Journal days that the prize was! won by Miss! Denbam. oa the local train. .
and Mrs. w. IL Clark. $
2 o
Daughters of the Confederacy have The consoluion: prize-"Jack-in- The seven injured who ware not e 9

the-Box"-wa3 cut for by Mesdames School Teachers brought to St LouU were not seriously -
found Mr. Roosevelt useful Association.
at least ...
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hurt and were eared for elsewhere.A
White, of Norfolk, Va, and Brewer :The nut )I.riIDCouDtl School (
the of a deal of : ,
as obJtet great very corps of mea and several physl EIG NTDelicer'dQve0

pretty irony. The Jomnal is right. of Savannah the former being the Teachers' Association! will be held in clans remained at the wreck all night IIJYE.f. iJ '

Since the Panama occurrence tbe winner. Ocala, in the Armory building, Saturday inarching! the debris for possible deader

Daughters certainly hive had a A delicious Welsh tarebit was sere February 6, commencing at 10 injured... persona. N i / Gl0 I Irha
S
ed and altogether the forenoon passed
picnic. o'clock. I hope that we may have a FIRE LOSS OP $S22 ,ooo. -
Gainesville g
off in
a pleasant manner.- UJ i
large attendance as this may be our cw5tas -
sou
Yb Reua who shot by dun. :1
Lytle, was
last meeting for this term of school. Wholesale District In Loulev.lle; Ky.. !
her niece, Claude Clark, at Rock Suffers Dams;..
tko UaitaJ States The baa been
Springs: Tuesday afternoon the details AdjOllfDlDtit following program LouUvllle, Jan. 27.-Fire today d.

Court. prepared by the program committee: stroyed fie Goddard Mercaatll.. ware-
of which have already been publishedin
The United States court, after a little A Practical Lesson in Primary Work ....... .... house, entailing losses upon serera
these columns died Wednesday than week's ....... ..._._. ...)f 5.1 Nellie Stevens. .wholesale firm .aggregating about I Orders Filled Same Day Received
more a session Judge .
morning Tub sad and!. unfortunate file Importance of Recitation aad Declamations 25OflO.. The fire caused a sliga
James W. Locke adjourned in Public 5chools-3Csa pearl Alunaa
presiding! panic among the guests of the Gait
affair has cast a deep'glooux over that and Robert Lowell 00ReciUon

section. Tuesday morning for the term, and __ -___.?_.. .__Vivien Dame. House, which fortunately, did not result -

entire Judge Locke, Di tri Attorney Strip. Most Practical Method of Teaching Intercut. ia harm to anybody. The principal Sale !

.... hiss Emma Pardee. losers are: Special
Little Clara Eichelterger, the ling, Marshal Hon Clerk Dodge and
,
School Hygiene ..__ __M.M Erne L Cun W. R. Benedict, wholesale coffee.
youngest child of Mr.and Mrs. A. L. other court officials, returned to their Practical Mctnrd of Teaching Geography ... 150,000.A. -

...... .. i ... _.. J. H. Erstins.
Elchelberger, is expected home from homes in Jacksonville. Lecture..........._......n' Rev L W. Moore Englehart company wholesale After taking our annual inventory we find that Wt

Tampa this week, where she and her No serious otlensea were tried. Quitea All teachers living too far to come coffee 150000. have moreMen's
H. Wedkind &; Co., wholesale grocers
little sister Luther H. hare been number of offenders entered a pleaof in On Saturday morning will be given '11).000.Torbett .

spending the winter very pleasantlywith guilty to selling liquor withouta licen. Friday afternoon to come, and it you t Castlemaa. molasses, J20-

relatives Luther will remain Ladie's and Boy'sREADYMADE
< ft: Co., wholesal ecommission,
sat Tampa and attend scboof until amount .
r c you are coming Friday,arrangementswill 130.000.

Spring. J.S. Black, of CrystaiiRiver: and a be made to give you free enter- Goddard company, building, 50000.

Rev C. M. Gray, Mrs. Gray, Miss I colored man from Citronelle electedto tainment. Respectfully, The fire was fought with great d GARMENTS
culty by.,the entire department. The t
I Polk and MUst... Clara and Ophelia' go to trial, entericg a ;plea of not W. D. CAS,. clouds of smoke sweeping east in the

Gray came up from St. Petersburg guilty to the same charge, but were direction of the Gait House and the Than we care to carry over. So as to make room

Tuesday afternoon and are the guests convicted:: and sentenced to serve one Simple Colds glare of Canes In the windows, created for our spring goods we will sell all of the above t

ot Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith] during year in the Atlanta. penitentiary. Cease to be. simple if at all pro. much excitement among the guests mentioned goods: at practically your own price.
longed. The safest way U to put and for a time a panic was feared.

the convocation week. Slits Clara A Good Showing. them aside at the very beginning. People rushed from their rooms Into Come and safe money, I

Gray will leave today for Dallas, Ballard'a Horehound Syrvp stops a the corridors and the rotunda clothed .
We take great pleasure in directing .
Texas, to spend a year with her cold and removes the cause of colds. only In night clothing but they
attention to the first statement of the 25c,50oandllbottle reassured the bell
at quickly by
brother Mr.Quintard Gray. AntiMonopoly were The Boston Store ;
Central National Bank of Ocala. Drug Store add Tydin&a d Co. m tays and the clerk that the hotel building -

l )Ir. J. R. BlackUton had :his leg Although having opened ita doors I II I was not threatened.It ,
Italic of Happier Bas. was some time before the people OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, OC.iL.t, FLORID'.
hurt only little over a month its deposits
painfully Tuesday morning.
The hotel at W kb.ton has been could be quieted. .
He was driving and had gotten across have already reached the sum of The fire Is believed to hare been '
purchased by Gainesville parties, torn
s the A. C. L. track on South Third $65,675.23. This tells its own story. down and freighted to that city. caused by spontaneous combustion. -11f nntfmnrttrnrnrmmm1tf11f.mnrmmmm1tfnfmm t .

} before be that The stock holders behind this bank -
: street saw a freight -
I Speaking of it the Gainesville Sun DOG GUARDED DYING MASTER. --
engine was almost up to him. In are the most solid men financially says: :-: You Will Be Safe in Trusting to = '

making a quick turn to clear the considered in the interior of Florida Umbrella Mender Found In His "Sleep- -
"Many years ago; in enjoyed a tine -
track the horse ran between the fence and we predict for it a steady climb- Ir.y Car" Desperately ilL :::
tourist tn.delt has been sold to parties Greensboro, Ca. Jan. % .-An umbrella EXPERT PIANO DEALERS -
and and Mr. BlackUton'a leg ing upward.
i is a post ---.__. in this city, knocked down and is mender who came to Gretn3bor.J -
s was caught between the post and his 1& ba Wendel Peterson -- --
i "The Fair." now being brought here in sections. supposed to ...
buggy. The horse broke loood from with headquarters in Birmingham With Thirty-Three Years
The above is the m.meof the new The hotel in its day was one of the Experience.
found in condition with
was a dying
+ the'vehicle' but fortunately did not r
store just opened in the Delouest place finest in the state.! Sixteen years ago pneumonia in his covered wagon .. -
: run way.
by B. L. Hall, a young, hustling it was erected by Captain John H. which be styled the Sleeping Car a

i'! Attorney Rob.Dabs returned merchant from Valdosta. lie has the Welsh, tbe founder of Welshton, Caro; 1a." ONLY THE BEST '
I Since he has been here he has fed
:1 Saturday from Ocala. While in the push, the vim and the staying qualities : overlooking beautiful Lake Weir, at a
his hone each day at a local stable.

Brick City he was the victim of an that has made Valdosta famous cost of about $20,000. For many years When ho did not come around the I
: PIANOS
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accident which will cause* him COn- and is going to help push Ocala along before the development of the East proprietor of the stable went to the ORGANS

siderable inconvenience for a few on her way to commercial supremacy.Be Coast and the erection of the palatial "':ee 1n1 car." He found the door securely ....

locked and heard labored -
i ,. days. While driving to Silver Springs sure and visit the Fair. hostelries of South Florida this resort breathing on the insida. -

with a friend the horse attached to f was crowded with touruts who cameto He got the town marshal and he.

; the vehicle suddenly shied, and this Stop It. enjoy the exhilarating climate of with the assistance of several others I n
4 A neglected cough or cold leadto I
may SMITH
: :: : unexpected occurrence threw Colonel. Florida. broke late the car. Their entrance UlllH 17UUU CO.

Davis to the ground, injuring an arm. serious bronchial or lung trouble But with the fatal freeze Welshtoa, was little approved by a bull dog that .-..... ...
Don't the had locked with him. The
take chances when Foley's naa up
the hotel and the whole business
; The ,injury b ; Dot .serious, however was dog was finally overpowered and the Headquarters, Jacksonville Fla.
Hooey Tar lords -
and perfect security relegated to the rear, so to speak, and a
and the is eipectedjw: be out nan gotten out :
I. patient
1 r from serious effects of a cold.PwtofBce the building has since been vacant -

1j! in a few days.-Gained villa Sun. i j Drug Store. m and decay in gly ear by year." I: He had some deposit sUG from a UUIUUjUnUUl1U 1 IUU1JUJUJUJkUUUJ"UUUmIU{ 1
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It VOL. AXXVII NO 28 OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY S9; 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR
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1 ) Traveling Salesman, Clerk, Merchant-No Matter What
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i A complete rt-or!nizjition of the producing department of the cow.IJllny -
1 in ibis section afford a chalice for a few good men. Eight vanueitsu
t, .':. ;., the agency frc in this rich territory remain open for rum of character
.. -' and ability. Yon can find wit by writinir! whether it will he worth jour
l I while to make a f'haolC" No previous experieue is necessary. A course of
professional instruction given frte.
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r. : Richard A. MeCurdy, President,

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c -t THE MANSION, OTRA, FLA.

t George T. Dexter

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i t Year Danca. I Dig Same Preserve for the West Sup't of Domestic Ageaciei.
Another Leap
!I: tt 32: Nassau St., New York, N. Y.

1 The nirls, of the "r -.l young" I Coast
M1 Jac b Krolliiitn, t'narlea Moser and
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crowd gave a most enjoyable dance At .
; f \Vm. Spinning! Cincinnati, have
cwuplinieatary -
the armory Friday night
1 Absolutely Pure to their boy frieu-U. The evea- arrived ill Ja
advance guard p. ny <>f well known
out, the
ing was CMTtaiuly a merry
; THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE dancing being kept np uutil pretty Ohioans who will follow In a few days.

nearly midnight Mr. Lm Fisbel Their deBiiuation is Houiosassa, on JUST RECEIVEDOUR

Louise the west coast, where it n the inten
.. I playing the piano. Mesa
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the tion to rttubliithft l.&rjr t1 buatiiiK; and
. SU2ABSTS HiSSIS. Lscil Sitar Dr. Taylor went up to RaIl Friday ,I Scott and Harry Palmer led : I *
thhing preserve, if the grounds can
and treated himself to a fine, new march. be secured that the company has In FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston j

,. HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.( buggy, and now be cau boast of having I There were quite a number of spectators lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United

; t the prettiest single turnout in present besides: : those daucitg. view. States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg
I I The location l'tll .pries! a tract of Plant. Beans Celery Beets and all tinds of Farm
Postmaster Arnow, of Gainesville, town.-Crystal River News. The following boys and girls participated ,
., 165.000 acres ou the w.ft or gulf coast: and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .
Ocala this leap-y r
was in Saturday. in euj Iyaul
The prevention of consumption ia and it U understood that Mr Ed sure to see or write its before you buy your Early
Percy Fison of Gainesville, repre- entirely a question of commencingthe dance: Misses! Louise Scott, Louise: Corn for spring.
r Heller IHtllStCurk'llin the
: opt ou; on
euting the Garrett Art Co., is visiting proper treatment in timr. Nothing Harris, Edua JtffoH, Annie Maine8 I

: in (}.Jalli. i j" no adapted to ward off fata Alice Bullock, Annie Atkison, I entire ir-cu

--- lung troubles as Foley's Honey aud I Sue Anderson, Annie May Htaudley; Among Cmdunaiitijs interested in
R. L. Martin, room 8, Merchant'sBlock Store. the .ud who will down
Tar. Po toffice Drug euurpriie go Ocala
The Seed.
Lowlou Moody Alice Store
t does land surveying and mat< I Anuie Mtxon,
ia a few day, are Hilly Schultr,
ping. 121 dl&wt! Col. C H. Perkins and wife and Van Juhan, Lillian Tha dJ ant
\ EiuilVVrk Frank Kiivhner Qua
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Mr. H. A. Ford has returned from Mr. C. H. Perkiu.", jr., and wife, of I Tillie Pasteur; Uordou Little Br ut.

i R. I. arrived in Ocala K R >bia..ou, JohuWathews Heukel, Louis ricbueler l councilm..nfrom
: Talladega, Ala, where be weut toY Providence, Icy Weathers, lph
the tninl ward, Jacob
look over his marble property yesterday and are registered at the I !:, C'lidord Ayer, Arthur twenty
Ksufmauu, of the Sunder Packing
Ocala House. Col. Perkins is a regular I Clark, Robt. Mathews, Iknnie Con
t Mr. C. E. Cullen rtturutd Saturday Company, and Fred perber, co'incil- .
winter visitor and his many Oc la don, John Juhau. Morris Smith, tam
business to I from the fourth ward.- S. A. STANDLEY LEE MILLER
from trip iiisu twenty
I afternoon a :: Sullivan,
friends are pleased to see that be is Teague, Jim Taylor, John i

I 'H Vjacksonville., enjoying robust health. I I Harry Palmer stud Emmett R 'oiul I Jacksonville Metropolis.
' ..t 4'1' Lewis of Moat Bluff S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
Mr. Johu T. ; Mr. W. S. Kouulz, Miss Kountz, n. __ ________ Don't Worr,.
was in the, city Friday on his way A Close Call. This i Uea ier said than done ytit
Master W. J. Kountz, jr., and nurse, Very > ,
-'I ., home from the Masonic meeting at may be of some htlp to consider them Livery Feed and Sale Stables 1
of Pittsburg, Pa., who have been "I stuck to wy eojgiue, although; I
Jacksonville. j tltf. If the Cause is something
spending the past ten days at the every j oint ached and every uerve
over which you have no control it is 1
Miss Ellen Huggius came down Ocala House, left Friday afternoon was racked with paiu" stiles C.,W. obvious that worrying will not* help V '

from Reddick Saturday) afternoon to for Tampa to spend a portion of the Bellamy. a locomotive tirciiun of the matter iu the least. On the We carry the most completeline

visit Mr*. E. P. Thagard for a short season. Burlington, low*. "I was weak ajul oiher baud, if within your control, of Harness, Saddles, etc .

while. The friends Mr. E. W. Davis!!, in pale, without allY appetite and all you have only to act. When you
bate a cold and fear an attack of in central Florida, and will give t
Summer eems! to be, approaching. this city, are congratulating him over run down. A'II was about to give UP, pheumouia, buy a bottle of Chamberlalu's

: Peach trets are putting forth their his election as Masonic district deputy I got a bottle of Electric Biturs, aad Cough Remedy and use" it judiciously our patrons the very lowest }; .

pink blossoms and the orange trees for the twelfth district: at the recent after taking it I felt as well MB I ever aud all cause for worry as to prices. We are thoroughly

their tender shoots. session of the Grand Lodge at Jack- did in my life." Weak, Heklj, rundown the outcome will quickly disappear!
I There is no danger of pneumonia equipped for fitting out turpen-
tones wuville, Mr. Davis is one of the people always gain new life,
de
Baron and Baiome when it i is used. For sale by AntiMonopoly -
brightest Mason* in Florida.: from their tine and lumber teams, gear,
; strength and vigor use.
of
Couasaiou and Mr. Fitz Ojanald, Drug !Store. m '
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Paris are registered at the Ocala The Rt. RevT W. C. Gray, D. 0.1 Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed wagons, etc. x \;+t 'g;,

House. Bishop of Southern Florida, arrived : by Auti-Monopoly Drug Store and Impnvem-nt of the Seaboard.Mr. My YW

B.J. Fort, roadinaster for the hand a full line of Columbus and Bummers
Mr. Laptau, formerly of this city, Saturday from Orlando aud will Tydings Co. Price 50 cents. m W'e-alwa's keep on

has sent to Mr. Trotter several cratesof be the guest of Rev. aud Mrs. H. W. Seaboard Air Line railway, reached Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm'.Wagons.

Little at the rectory during the convocation West Florida Improving.Mr. Ocala Friday with a gang of sixty
tomatoes the average size ef the North Side Court HOUMN! Ocala Fla
week. Mrs. Gray aud his Samuel XV. Teague has just returned five hands, who are engaged in laying
'I
fruit being almost as big as> ucers.
from an extended visit into seventy pound rails on tuis pioneer
------ daughter. )11"8 Emma Gray of Orlando I
meeting of the Grand Lodgeof II
the
r fti At Free and Accepted Masons Thurs will join the Bishop Tuesday. West Florida and say there are system.:: OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS

visible signs of improvement in that The Webber railroad joint, far
of Grand Sword Bearer Dr. A. \V. Calhoun. Dr. J. S. Todd,
day the honor region. He, saw orange trees at superior to the old Fish bar and the OCALA, FLORIDA.BOILERS .
Van wife and
fellow towns. Judge Howard Epps,
was conferred upon our Flo'natou sixty miles north of Pern a- very latest, up-to-date joint is being
son, of Atlanta, and Dr. W. Hearn, of
man, Hon. E. P. Thagard.- !- cola fifteen feet high that did not used. These joints cost $1.69 a piece 9 ENGINES
Philadelphia, were registered at the
Messrs. E. P. Thagard, G. C. from, have a leaf withered and at Pensacola without the bolts and the wood that
Ocala House yesterday. They were .
W. C. Gaskins, J. D. Robertson, T. C. returning from Homosassa, where bearing orange trees in ma.nyof the is used in connection with them pre Pipe and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps, 'I

Hall and Dr. W. C. Lindsay returned beautiful yards was no unusual vents that clicking sound so familiarto Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Belt

Saturday from Jacksonville, where they have been enjoying themselvesfor sight. railway passengers and makes the ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of
several weeks hunting&: and fishing.J
they attended the meetings:: of the I I The lauds are being turpentined, cars glide along as though on glass. iT MILL \D MINING SUPPLIES.
Somethingisdoing in the Kentucky I
.sonund Mystic Scbrlnera. mammoth saw mills established, The steel drop clamp is also being
eeuate. In his speech advocating his I
Col. 0. C. Martin, member of the stock farms inaugurated fisLing industries U5etd. :
f school book bill, Senator Cantrill IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERSILL
state democratic executive committee promoted and everything has These seventy pound rails are being
spoke of the present governor of Ken
passed through Ocala Saturday an air of thrift. laid from Orange Heights, near KINDS OF MACHINE WORK
tuekytuthe kindly manner following
afternoon on his way home from The.day that he arrived Maj. Blount Waldo, to Ocala and will be continued -- -- -- --
; "I say that his Satanic: majesty, !
t. Jacksonville, where he attended the had just received af 12000 fee in a single I five miles below Ocala and alongall
as he sits upon his throne watchingthe
meeting of the committee Friday. case and he says that is only an index curves and cuts to the end of the
agonies of his victims in the I
tnends in this com- pointing to the prosperity that is system. GRACE.Successor
I.
: The many burning fires of an eternal hell, has C. .
,e sweeping over thai whole region. The Seaboard is being put in most
munity, and especially those among more gratitude: In his heart tnan the
t excellent shape, which is gratifyingto to Central! Lumber Co.

_. the Baptist congregation will. regret to man who is today the governor,of 1 In the United Staets Court. its many patrons.The Dealer In -

Ii. < l hear of the death of Dr. \\.. Ny I. this Commonwealth." t Jerry Hunter, Christopher Dng- Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling
.
Choudoin. He was a patriarch in the We had a very pleasaut talk the gers, Boyd Scarborough and Luck cough which indicate and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick. 0
: I ia usually well known to the Manufacturer of
church of' Florida and a other day with Maj. Priest, whose Scarborough, all of Crystal River croup :--
Baptist I mothers of children. No and
croupy Turned Ballusters Casings Newels Columns Door
postoffice now is Grahamville. Hesays charged with violating section 5242 ,
grandly man. i time should be lost ia the treatmentof Seats School :
Window Frames Mantels Church Pulpits :
the is in better shape of the Revise Statutes entered' ,
been received by friendsof county pleaof it, and for this purpose no medi
Cards have I '- Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
city to the mar- than he has ever seen it and this year guilty before the United States cine has received more universal approval ,
the groom In this Lumber and can fill orders for quantities and
than Chamberlain's receiving any
Davis and Mr. promises to be the best of all. Last court yesterday morning. LittletonS. Cough
riage of Miss Miriam Remedy. Do not waste valuable sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
Sherman Hillyer on the even- year he says at this season it was impossible Black, also of Crystal River, wasput
Charles time in experimenting with untried
ing of Saturday February sixth at to get a plow in the groundbut upon trial for violating the same remedies, no matter high highlyahey J

eight o'clock at Bt. Marks Episcopal now the ground Is mellow and statute and was found guilty. He was may may b* recommended, but give A* > *rfA

Washington, D. C. tf.r. fields are alive with the busy plows defended by Mr. E. W. Davis of this this medicine as directed, and all WI 11TE'S CREAM

J church Hillyer,is a SOD of Judge C. V. Hillyer, turning the fallow earth which city. symptoms. For of croup sale by will Aiti-Monopoly quickly disappear. JWORMS !' VERMIFUGE. !

of Fernandina, and when a boy he promises to jield an abundant har- Gus Waters, of Gainesville, was TJrug Store m K..aIaQ1luU17. Iel&taQulltr.Fir

was a frequent visitor Jo Ocala. We vest. We hope Maj. Priest's opti. tried for the same offense and found 20 Years Has Ld |U Wmsftsjl[ ||. {

happy married mistic and cheerful outlook will be !guilty. He was defended by Mr. NEi&EYSYdUREMilts 80EiD: 8 ". %. ..
wish for him a very h-JAMES F. .ALLARD st. LOUlS *
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GOVERNOR JENNINGS REPLIES BE HELD IN MAY. Everybody Wants 'Em! ,

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Committee Had Storm; Meeting
TO SENATOR TALIAFERRO'S LETTER
Voters to Decide for or Against !
Convention. I Get Yous First

Attacks His Record-Refuses Credit for Indian War
to Give Him Collecting The state demo-n convention,

r Claims and Says He Has Done Nothing for Florida West of St. Johns Rivcr'J which in < in Jacksonville Friday, I

.... did Lot finish their labors until after We refer to the pretty line of Comfortables we are

Y" F''V' midnight.; According to a special now showing. We have them from the very cheapestto

Tallahassee Fla.. Jan. 1* 1904. has been granted any appropriation upper part of Dade east of that river dispatch to the Tampa Tribune the the best. Prices have been cut to the marrow

lion. Frank Harris Editor of the OCala.1 I through your efforts. Though I have public speeches I have waited In vain bel- within the past few days, and you will miss a splen-
III t'e I iu(iieYHloped a condition
a Banner, Ocala, Florida: repeatedly made this statement in for any denial or disproof thereof from !
d"ui witnessed iu the democratic covering
My Dear Sir-I am handing you I have said, and have the records as : you or in your behalf.In t

9 herewith copy of letter which I recently proof, that in addition to the paymentof my pubic addresses I have repeatedly puny iu tbU ;at .". The faction that the line we are offering.
"
addressed to Senator James P. Talia- the Indian War Claims proper I demanded stated that since October 1896, went m a* the majoruy CAme" out as

ferro relative to attempts made by him and procured in the adjust- the national bank of which you were the tutuorit3.

I in a recent letter published in your paper ment of the mutual account between I II I president has had a government deposit A a effort was made not to have the
in which reference was made to the state and the United States, the beginning with about J53.060 and J. A. PITTMAN & SON.
i meuil.frrs the committee, who are
me. payment by the latter of JSS.562.11. due increasing in recent years to upwards
candidates for nlli. remain longer
Since Mr. Taliaferro has not seen the Florida school fund $25,007.02 due I of :00,000, without, interest and upon "

k proper to modify his original statements the trustees of the international improvement which no taxes are paid, and this I consider ouir, but this motion was defeatedby "Tlje Corner furniture Store.

d I feel confident that your sense fund of Florida on census a special privilege enjoyed by you a. vote of 34 to. 22.

of fairness and justice will prompt you account; and further succeeded in collecting which the great masses of the people, It should however, have been OCALA, FL.A.HUBBARD.

to give publication to my reply (enclosed for the state an additional sum Including myself have never enjoyed adopted. It is against all practice

) by publishing in your paper. of S13. 48. which had been omitted an 11 have striven to make it clear thatif
anti reason that a man shall sit injudgment ,
x Tours very truly when the account was first stated in these special privileges were defensible

1,. W. S. Jennings. 1SS9. and was not referred to in the act if they 'were not undemocratic iu a matter iu which he '

lion. James P. Taliaferro Jacksonville of Congress of May, 190!. authorizing if the principle of them was not directly himself U interested

Fla.: the settlement and which was not included opposed to the spirit of our Institutions May tenth was selected as the date & MACDUFF

Dear Sir-My attention has just been I In the settlement as first made. and our Constitution then I for holding the, drat primary audJuueeeventh

tailed, to that portion of your open letter by demanding and securing a reopeningof would have no word of criticism or objection for the second, which

published in the Ocala Banner of the stated account and a reinstatement to your enjoying them in the HEADQUARTERS FOR

December 27, 1903: and reproduced in thereof so as to include the said fullest measure. I have upon all occasions ws strenuously opposed by the' anti- '

of December 30. 1903. J13.24S. discussed this matter as a Tdliaferro faction.
-the Times-Union
In which you use this language: All of these sums was included in the Question of public policy and of good The (question of calling a state convention AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE

Xo. 9. Governor Jennings says I aggregate amount of 692.946.: which honest, democratic government, and caused another row. A resolution -

have done nothing since I have been in I was received by the, state, after the you will End that I am backed in my to have the coma iltee call a SAitiilt. 531x01.4T .
payment of the state of $132,000 of i os t.on by the historic and the present ( T
Congress. fl
e
convention voted down and the 4' u. TV,
I positively deny that I have ever Florida bonds held by the United Statesin attituie of the democratic party as: ex
matter was left to the democratic! 41.... o e
r*
pressed and reiterated in its party ss
used the language which you attribute the Indian trust fund and interest
to me-either the language Itself. in thereon. platforms from the earliest days to the voters of the elate Iu the first pri 54 111. : T i* te

substance or its equivalentVhat I You must likewise know and admit present I have contended that thesesocial mary.", : I'lL a x c. ; es" is
t
have said on all occasions when I have that not one dollar of the money saidto privileges should V prohibited
to and everybody by the enactmentof fLOllDEI SHIP CANAL st
: any
of
addressed the people or any portion have been secured as per your statement vN

them has been repeated more than for rivers and harbors for pub- laws ,by the Congress of the United', >. "
States and by the gislatu- of thiPutte .
once publicly in your presence and lic buildings and grounds for lighthouses New York Congressman IntroducesBill s+....s."',.- -r'c--r..-...= ir, >tfrTT| ,TiT :
each in it respective'sphereand
denied.In naval stations etc.. and for acting !
hearing and not Regular Style Special Hof. Horse aad Cattl SsjlaSuy
in the House.
your open letter above quoted you pensions to Seminole war veterans and I have publicly chargedthat Stays 13 la.or 6 ID.apart ia la. or 6".art

to assert that you together their wldpws. is available or could In you have not, during your Con. Representative Rider, of New YorkPity
-4 proceed 1 Made of large, strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvanize!
} Fnssional service attempted to !ecure
associates be made available for lower-
Congressional any way has introduced a bill providing
with your for and contraction. Is
Amply provides expansion practically eta T
enactment of any laws on this sublet -
appropriations and lessening the burdens of
.. from Florida have procured 1000. i ing taxes as was contemplated bv the <*em- for a canal b.iwttu the waters of the lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain i is put on it
all the
aggregating $4.100.000 people.I o(r.tlc platforms under which were tit.Johns river, Florida, and the Gulf ,Does not mutilate but does efficiently, turn cattle, horses, hojs
000 of which you place under the headof assert that the state administration you and pigs
elected and seived Senator but of Mexico. Mr. Ridijr a
'"Indian War Claim collected") and no matter how "wisely and honestly ai ; represents

add this Comment: administered." as suggested you has that on Lie contrary, you have persisted district in Sew lurk City which em- EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDr

"This means more than $7 per capita no authority or control over any of in the violation of this fundamental braces many of the great coast line
principle of by the manufacturers and by Call and it. Can show hot
for every man. woman and child in these amounts so appropriated so as democracy by securing steamship companies. His bill is in- us. see you
of Florida; and the collecTion to enable it to apply a single dollar and retaining for your bank the it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.
the state ended to be of mutual benefit to thecoastwise
of the Indian War Claim provided the thereof towards "lowering taxes and special priv ages to which I have re- Sjrauise Chilled Pius Black Hawk and Corn Yarahb.
trade between New York Economy Sheller
affairs of the state are administered lessening the burdens of all the people." ferred. And 'n proof of my assertions ,

wisely and honestly, should have the With the information thus furnish: regarding this matter I hate offered to and the bouthrru ports, and at the Paints, Oils, Glass, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc. <

effect of lowering taxes and lesseningthe ed you may realize that Instead of the people the official records of the same lime be of general benefit to the >

bu dens' of all the people. J4.100.000 "or more than $i per capitafor United States Treasury Department government in connection with the Hubbard i Macduff Ocala, FIa-
Finally I have called to the attention
-
that woman and child in the
assuredly appreciate every man
You must
caustructiouof an isthmian Cl.ual.In .
this statement is grossly unfair and Inaccurate state of Florida" having been receivedby of those of the people whom I have
been able to address the facts commenting upon this bill }Ir. 1"
and that of the total amountof this state from Congressional appropriations 1 that as Received ,
J692.94S received by this state from during your term as Senator Senator you voted against an amendment Rider"ays: : Just .
I .
the United States in the settlement of which would be available, directly or to the money bill to strike the "Ou one line operating between -

the Indian War Claim the only amount indirectly for "lowering taxes and les- word "gold" and insert the words "in New York, New Orleans and GJves- ..; "

the disposition of the fund sening the burdens of all the people," coin of standard valcf' in interest payments
which under lon 40,000 tuns of freight per week is A LARGE SHIPMENT
made the legislature of 1803. could there has been so received only {430.S33 .- (Congressional Record, vol. 33.
by sent seventy per cent of the shippers "
have the effect of "lowering taxes and explained above, or about TO page 15.29)-a direct and flagrant viola-
cents tion of the platform. That the national of merchandise between New
lessening theburdens of all the people. per capita "

Is the sum of 430,823, which was by What I have said and do now repeat platforms of both I3Si and and 1900 York, New England and southern

legislative direction, upon my recommendation is that you have not during your and the state platform of 1900 denounc- ports do not iusure for the reasou thai HATS in Light Colors.

f applied to the payment of four years' service in the United: States wl the issuance by national banks of the insurance rates are higher than ,

bonded debt.which resultedin Senate, introduced a bill, resolution or notes intended to circulate as money,
the state's the freight rates on account of the
reducing the interest charges an- amendment on any subject or embodying whereas you have done nothing whatever -

'" nually paid on the debt. any principle enunciated in the in furtherance of this demand; dangerous coast of Southern Florida Come { nd take a look at them

In connection with the Indian War democratic platform upon which you but, on the contrary you voted againstan and tt.e channels tbrougu the Florida

Claim settlement while giving the fullest were elected or the one adopted dur- amendment to grade national banks keys. The construction of the canal "

credit to every man. who helped to ing your term as Senator-n hich I con- according to population (Congressional between the, tit. Johns' river by the \v. J. Chambers' Shoe Co.

secure the passage of the act of Con- tend you were commanded to do by the Record \oL 33, page 2990. ) That the
route I leading through Doctor's Lake
authorizing It. I have publicly ex- lemocratic platforms both state and platform seeking to uplift the condi-
gress plained that tis passage through the national.I tion of the American orkingman call- and terminating at the mouth of the

United States Senate was no new and have stated to those of the people ed for the creation of a department of Wacakee river will mean a saving of ..........................
labor in
r miraculous performance, showing from whom I have had the pleasure of addressing charge x f a secretary with a over 600 miles in travel over the east- $

official records that, largely throughthe and I,here repeat that your seat in the cabinet while you, when the erly coast of the United States and SEND US YOUR NEXT ORDER FOR I
efforts of former Senator Pasco and record as Senator shows that you have bill to create a department of,labor and

his associates in Congress, the same not procured from Congress ah appro- commerce was under consideration gulf ports
"Po the steamship lines, in point of I WHISKEY. J
bill or one equivalent in (effect was priation of any nature for any place or voted for an amendment to strike from

passed by the Senate in the Fiftieth point in Florida west of the St. Johns the title the words "labor and" (Con economy, is means a saving of two 0S .

Fifty-Second. FiftyrThlrd.Fifty-Fourth river. In this connection, I would remind gressional Record vol. 35, page 1051), days., To the shippers it means a w .

and Fifty-Fifth Congresses but failedIn you and all concerned that I have thus disregarding the platform and especially great economy and a quick delivery S

the House of Representatives. not addressed the people upon what the the interests of the laboring of goods, and la of national importance U IOU vast tie sellsw cli leatscky irtide, tit goes wiiint til

the showing made by the rec- Florida delegation has accomplished. I people of Florida and the nation.In laache, Cir pilcij viU ti2: the tas.Bowes's .
Upon .
not only because of the steim- I
ords of Congress. I assert that, after am not a candidate against the Florida connection with these matters 1
the necessary bill and statingthe delegation and have not criticized or and all other matters bearing upon ship lines of the shippers throughthe Corner Rye, Old I. W. Harper RTe

drawing Pasco accomplished alluded to the record of any member of your official record and my own, I respectfully 1 Panama canal, but the torpedo ?*r gal f3..2S: (highest grid) per t>l $400
account. Senator I S Baker 4 X Rye, per gal. 3 S Old Monogram gal l. ..00
in the Senate during each of five that delegation other than yourselfand invite and urge and chal- flotilla of the United States at Ports Lake per I
Old Silver
Rye Maryalnd Club
Rye per iaL. ,
4
(M
references lenge you to meet me in
joint
to record 11a'"ebeen public
term my your
t. tensions of Congress prior to your mouth could by this route reach the per gal.. ., .. 3.25 Old Sip Tyler Rye per gal S.S
that accomplished as a Senator only such as the people of Floridaare discussion before the people of Florida -
; all, and you that the basis of your accomplishment interested in. My contention has at any times and places to be easterly terminal of the Panama I Highest grade of pure North Carolina Corn Whiskies at prtff '

was Mr. Pasco's work, been stated and emphasized by reference agreed upon. And I beg to request canal much quicker than either from $1.50 to $.3 per !gallan. All goods delivered free of eharjt I

books further, that this will France or England." Prompt shipments and satisfaction guaranteed fiend f
adopted by you without the change of to and pages of your official receive your S l'Ot\eftk.

one cent in amounts-and that If this record and no part or point of that prompt attention or express money orders.BOWEN .

Is the work that entitles a man to a vast section west of the St. Johns river Very respectfully In the U. S. Court. I :

Beat In the Senate, then Senator Pasco nor any point in the counties of Putnam W. S. JEXXIXGS.Tallahassee _
Charley Harris and John Hill, of .
l should have been re-elected In 1899. St Johns Brevard Volusia, or the Fla.Children.
--- Citronelle, Citrus county, were triedin
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-_ .i't. Saved From Terrible Death. I Mrs Johanna Saderholai. of Fir Poisoned. the Unitad States court yesterday & COMPANY.

I j Tbe family of Mrs. M, L. Bobbitt of I If gus Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated Many children are poisoned and morning. It seems lika a great many

i' Bargeton, Tenn., saw her dying and her shoulder. She had a surgeon get made nervous and weak, if not killed other citizens living in dry counties, I 140 E. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
it back in place as soon as
possible
outright by mothers them
i her. The I giving these two men had not paid as much .
': were powerless to save but it was quite sore and pained her cough .

i t' most bkillful physicians and every very much. Her sun mentioned that I ley's Honey syrups and containing Tar is a opiateFo safe and certain attention to section 3242 of the revised ....SI........".......1..

he had seen Chamberlain's Pain statutes of the United States as its
while for
I remedy
1 remedy used, failed, consumption coughs croup and -
r but surely taking her Balm advertised for sprains and soreness I lung trouble, and is the only importance requires and had violated -

:i ;_ wa slowly terrible hour Dr. King's and she asked him to buy her a' nent cough medicine that proml-j its provisions and for so doing were "RUmJ[[ A M MOMEN"
: life. In this '
, bottle of it, which he did. It quickly opiates or other poisons.Postoffice
for Consumption put upon trial.
i l New Discovery relieved her and enabled her to sleep, Drug Store. I'
into joy. The firsts m Mr. H. L. Anderson defended
turned despair them.
J r which she had riot done for several r Have
decided
s bottle brought immediate relief, and Mrs. Howard to Entertain. you on the kind ,.
; days. The son was so much pleased Harris was acquitted but Hill was p fertilizer
its continued use completely cured Mrs Edwin )[. Howard you are going to uw? I
I 1: i\ : with the relief it gave his mother has issued found gUty.lJittletoQ. fa
.1 her. It's the most certain cure in the t not a question of how
; that he has since recommended it to invitations to a large afternoon partyon S. Black who had been much, but
j t world for all throat' and lung troubles. many others. For sale by AntiMonopoly February second. There will what kind when the best fHut'
Guaranteed bottles SOc and $1. Trial Drug Store. m be tried the day before for violating 3242: can be obtained. You

j bottles free at Anti-Monopoly DrugStore about forty guests and progressive wai put upon trial yesterday for, intimidating a mistake can't make a
and Tydings & Co. m Ccala wants government aid for a I whist will be played and the after- r when you Use our high grade
witnesses but
the
4 l casetOt's fe
hal bor at Port Inglis. She can command bhzers.
!: noon is being looked forward ? y
r to
all the help we can give, but very over until next week.
tputlme
,- Study at t Home VtllU better' eRaata Tsar cdiicti* we pause to remark that the way to pleasantly. The court adjourned until Monday.FOUEISSONHMAR. Highest cash price paid for dry bonN

Leva ewe,pd yuri get what you want is to vote for the ,
Tablet na.e ShI-IJ Lea.aa
i e&nI- With Ibi 1oaa4
1datE.e.Geu.aq letit tea*01 employment.Gnanur.u teum khrtMic Biukkecfitf, Literature, H.+oor.tMru man and the men who can get things. FOII ijONlYA.-mTAR I FLORIDA fERTlUZER' MFG COMPANY
i
k If. $,Lah"cto:. T.-bcft......to,...enauadrs.e JI"oellIhCQo" -Time -t'nion. ,
> OI\.IAft ba 4JJIQii.LIUSIII.l' alUof. J Cures :0'r.*. '5P..umoaIa :. 'Mcl ld..ure.. R. sw' I CaltetvilU, Fla. '

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k: VOL. AXXVII, NO 28 OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 29, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR
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.'t.. SARA ELIZABETH HA3SIS, Local Eiitor PRETTY COMPLIMENTTO ANOTHER RED; LETTER From Thursday Daily. TijE SIGE( OF M 11 TEL. i

i... THE EPISCOPAL CONVOCaTION

r MISS IjUOtIES DAY FOR OCfJLrl.( !
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Gives Advice to FellowDemocratsThe I
rt : Two Bishops and a largo Number of
Pepper Box Should Not Pre-
Mrs. iilar and the Misses Izlar Entertain Free Dinner-Stack Display and Flow
:' Mr. C. V. Miller spent Wednesday Clergy and laity in Attendance. vail Against Sound Reason.
; for Hr- Yesterday.The of Oratory j
in Lakeland. The Episcopal! Convocation now insession Editor of the Banner: In the premature I
The "big day" promised for Ocala
elements yesterday were cer- in this city is very largely at- and heated campaign for Senatorial t

Mr. Frank Clarksou, of Jacksonville tainly opposed to anything in the and which was noted in a recent issueof honors that
was opened
tended and is quite an event in Episcopal i

Is! spending a few days in Ocala. way of a social event as from early this paper, promises to be much. church circlet months ago, I take it that all good citizens t

more pretentious than was at first con of Florida regretted that
I morning until night it rained constantly At three o'clock yesterday after I
Mrs.
0. M. Eaton
has her
as guest tern l&ted. should feel called upon to eject into

her mother, Mrs. Bulloch, of Bartow.Dr. with scarcely a let up. In The Ocala Ice and Meat, Packing noon the address: from the presiding Ill-timed campaign the pepper-box

spite of the bad weather, bowev..r.quite delivered and contained mud ,
bbhopwaa slinging instead of personal !

J. M. Dell, of Gainesville, spent: a number of the ladies respon- Company want it especially understood many points of interest. The bishop and qualifications. It seems to me
that the merchants and farmers :
Wednesday with friends this city. ded to the "at home" invitation of especially called attention to thenecessity be bad taste and the manifestation i

and every.body in this county and In a conscious want of merit on the
Mrs. L. T. Izlar, Miss Eula Lee hllir
of an' i
Mrs. Withtrs of Lady Lake, is the adjoinfug counties are invited and adequate provisionfor of any candidate for any office to resort

visiting her brother, Mrs. F. A. and :Miss Eloyse Izlar in honor of expected to be present. i the aged and infirm clergy. He to such political tactics. Are 1

Teague. their guest, Miss Adelle Hughes, of also spoke encouragingly of the success not all, as members of the great democratic )
Manager Herman Benjamin, who ia << )
Trenton, S. C. t of church schools the jurisdiction party,descendants from the

Miss Eloise Miller has gone, to The home on Carolina Heights was taking great interest in the approach the Bishop Whipple School for Caucasian race and inheriting !

I Tampa to spend a few weeks visiting bright and attractive and presented a ing event authorizesus to say that no boys and the Pell-Clark school for blessings of self government, brethren i

perlOl1l1ball go away hungry. bound by the same common ties
relativei.t pleasing contrast to the weather out I. ;
girls at Orlando. He spoke of the
Befidts! a flee display of the magnificent brotherhood that was bequeathed to

: Major. L. T. Izlar returned yesterday side. A large' number of palms were products of'this establishment church on the whole, during his administration by the blood of our forefathers in i

used in decorating the house aud I as baviul gone forward, Revolutionary war that gained
b afternoon from a professional there will be a fine display of fine
quantities of violets were scattered independence and has, as a
f
new buildings are being erected and
I
visit to South Carolina.
about in artistic abandon. stock Hud farming implements showing planed us in line with the most powerful

'" Col. D. H. Yancey, of Tampa, is in The hostesses received their visitors I I the giant strides we are making missions Florida. planted in Southern and progressive nations of I

world? Would it not be In line t
Ocala for a few days aud made us a In the parlv, where they were intro ', towards a "better day. I I Rev. Henry W. Little moved that our material all lines
progress on
very pleasant visit yesterday.Mrs. duced to Miss Hughes, who was most I Mr. George Wilson, editor of the j 1 I I a committee be appointed to receivethe wise, far-seeing statesmen, to not I
Times-Union writes the following
attractive in a white net gown over ,I bishop's address and grasp the great political issues of 1
A. B. Hopkins came dowu !I letter- report upon day and not only discuss those i
blue taffeta and trimmed with point
the same to the congregation. The
from Orange Lake Wednesday after lace. Miss Hughes is a petite blonde Jacksonville, Fla.! Jan. 2-5, 1004. I I before the people, but with the i
said committee
noon to attend the couvocation. bishop appointed as of profound statesmen, as educators I
Mr. Herman Benjamin, Ocala,Fla.
and has! already made many. friends Rev. Henry W. Little, the chancellor! the people anticipation of new issues i
DEAR lour esteemed favor of
SIR:-
Mr. W. H. Gist and Mr. Paul Bate- iD Ocala. Hon.[ Lewis Massey and Judge Can- that the, present must necessarily
the 23rd inst received and I hastento I
,
man, of McIntosh, represented that Mrs.! Izlar wore black silk, Miss well. develop, but to

prospereus section in Ocala Tuesday. zlar goblin blue crepe with white reply. Reports of the Woman's Auxiliary, public sentiment to meet and dispose
While I am overwhelmed with of those issues when i
trimmings and Miss Eloyee! Izlar'sgowu Treasury Clergy Relief Society were i ij
Don't forget the Ocala Rifles Big work, shall make unusual effort to come? I say yes, and I believe that
was pink chiffon over lavender read and handed to various committees sovereign people of this state, at
Minstrel on February 5. Come and be present at the ceremonies. I shall I
silk. for consideration. primary to be held May la, will'rise I
hear the Gerig Bros., in their great make a few remarks on the importance
!
Miss Gertrude Pereda and Miss Sara Bishop Edwia. G. Weed, D. D., of I their might, and by their ballots relegate
i
specialty. Harris received the guests in the hall of the cattle industry in FlOrida Jacksonville, was formally received such disturbers of peace and Ij j

and the experiments that have will to the rear. 1
Bishop Edwin 0. Weed, of Jacksonville and after they bad met and talked by the congregation and expressedhis
been made.It As to the three candidates for Senatorial 1
is attending convocation : with the hostess and honoree invited pleasure at being present. honors who first appeared i
I certainly gives me pleasure to
and is being entertained at the Ocala them into the living room where Mr?. The visiting bishops, clergy and lay the rostrum. I believe that either j

'. Bouse. S. T. !bistrunk and Miss Annie Mae come to Marion county and add my delegates meeting adjourned at5 p.m. sufficient ability, if their intellect j
{ little mite to the new era that are
you centered conservatism and j
served ice cream, cake and upon profound j
Ellis of Va. Standley Last night a very impressive and
Iii. C. Lynchburg, ,
now entering upon, for as you know statesmanship, to i i
traveling for the Forsyth Iron Bed coffee from the dining room. :Marion county and its people are instructive sermon: was preached by Florida with honor to himself and credit j

: Co., la in the city culling the furni- A delightful informality prevailed Rev. Mr. White of Key West. to his constituency.There !
heart and should
near to ,
any
ture dealers. during the afternoon and all those my A reception was' announced at the is but one Ben Tillman to !

who braved the weather certainlyfelt thing happen to prevent my coming Ocala House at 9:30 tonight. a "pitchfork" and hold his awn

. \ Mrs. J. B. Cutler returned Wednesday repaid for their effort. I shall wire you. command a degree of respect
1' The for the convocationfor
program i
With kindest regards, his fellow Senators. I am oft>
old home in Gainesville -- ---
from her ,
t Death of Major Burford. Yours very truly, today is announced as follows: that in view of Florida's great
where she bas been visiting friends for
,. The readers of this will be GEO. W. WILSON. Holy communion at 7 a. m. just at this time of the improvement
i paper
several weeks. Holy communion and address of her rivers and horbors, and, last
pained to learn of the death of Maj The following gcntleuen have also

Dr. Mary Ewing, who has been the R. A. Burford, which occurred at the promised to make "short talks" on the Bishop to Woman's Auxiliary at not least, in securing national aid
the construction of improved roads,
the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. D. home of his daughter, Mrs. Bashia- following subjects: Grace church9 a, m. the construction of a ship canal

Williama for several weeks left 'I'ues- ski, at Troy, Ala early Tuuresday H. W. Long, "Ho,? Raising." All day meeting of Woman's Aux- the most eligible point of Florida, 'i'R'i'i

day for home in Atlanta. morniug. L. P. :Miller, "Food Stuffs." iliary in armory beginning at 10 a. it would not be good statesmanship

"swap horses while crossing the river
Major Burford was the father of A. P. Baskin, "Indu.try." m.
I Mr. Ben Rheinauer has gone to New Missionary! meeting at 7:30 and place instead of tried and.true : 3
8. Gaitskill "General Farmln ." armory
Hon R. A. Burford, of this city, and ,
York to buy the pring and summer resentatives a pepper-box in the ;

goods for the Rheinauer & Co., store. was a regular winter visitor to Ocala Z. C. Chambliss, "Blooded !Stock." p.m.Informal reception in parlors of ed States Senate because forsooth ;

several weeks. and made many warm and devoted H. A. Ford, \ ")lutuality." fiery venom might drive from us
He will be
away friends here. J. M. iiatco, Jw. Ocala House 9:30 p. m. best and most efficient coworkers.The .

)1. Gist, "Fillers." history of Florida comes
.
f Mr. and Mrs. John Richards, who Maj. Burford was a soldier in th. fron Thar day'. PailT.
i Root. Bullock, "fbt!jld Flag? Trial of the Posts. with an unbroken democratic
have been the guests of Col. and Mrs.J. Mexican war aud in the Civil war
in her in
giving representatives
R. F. Rogers, C. C. Rawls!, C. L. Bit- Mr. Otis T. Greenof this city leading
,
].. Parr for a short while, have returned and was a brave Bud intrepid officer gress a second term. I do not
ttnger and Frand Harris, general and the
counsel in the
to their home at Arcadia. and more than once was mentionedin cases against that Senator Taliaferro is entitled '

------ the reports of his superior officersfor suggestive remarks. Post to be tried in the United the credit solely of all that was

Mrs. McCall, of Wilmington, N. C., conspicuous gallantry displayedon Hon. C. M. Brown will act as masterof States court is in Jacksonville getting beneficially for Florida during his

'arrived In Ocala yesterday and will the field of battle. ceremonies, and Mr. Simon Benjamin in shape for the battle which is set for in office. A Pasco, Dougherty, a
lock and others did their best, did
spend some tims as the guest of her will respond in behalf of the a hearing today.
He was a genial, big hearted, grandly and under the same circumstances
brother, Dr. William Anderson.... Florida: Packing and Ice Company. Judge Henry T. Campbell, or
.. man and up to a few weeks before Senator Taliaferro was surrounded,

his death retained possession of his We promise that everybody will be Bristol,Tenn., who has been detailedto the same unity of action that
Morris and Pittman'* comlt specialty -
deligbtfullyentertained. conduct the prosecution of these! ed among our Congressmen, !
If want mental and physical faculties in a
; is "rlght-up-to-now you Mr. Chamblus will display some I cases.ia also in Jacksonville and is doubtless have done as he did,
f to laugh and enjoy yourself come and most remarkable manner. ed. A :Mallory, a Sparkman and a
fine cows, calves!and heifers. ready to go to trial.
hear them at the Ocala Rifles Minstrel He was prominent in the politics of vis stood shoulder to shoulder
: Col. L. P. Miller will display some of the the Times-
i Speaking case
Tennessee and numbered among his him, and each is entitled to the
Bhow.L Short Horns Berkshire' and
friends many of the conspicuous lead and hogs Union lays: encomium of all the people, of "

: Dr. T. K. Slaughter and Mr. Arthur ers of that state dating back almost to pigs. Nearly all of the witnesses for the done, good and faithful servants,"

Hardakercameln from Levon Tues- the days of Andrew Jackson. Mr.Newcomb Barco will have on prosecution, about fifty in number, by their votes at the ensuing
reward
say "We merit, unity and
day night and attended the Elks Burford leaves exhibition some prize pigs. are already here, and the remainderwill
Major as a heritageto cess; return and continue to do as
atr Mr. F. D. Pooser will exhibit farm- The witnesses
Wednesday be
here are
today.
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smoker. They spent '
his children the record of a stainless have done. H. W. Long.

r the Ocala House. life and a name that will not be men ing implements of antebellum days from about fifteen states, and some of Martel Florida.

r and some modern implements now in them have traveled almost 4,000
who have tioned except with love and venera- Domestic Troubles.
,
Col. and Dlr s. Avery
j use in Marion county. miles to reach here.
weeks at the tion. i It is exceptional to find a $
been spending some Remember the date: Tuesday, It generally believed thet it will where there are no domestic
House left yesterday for Lakeland Card Clubs Entertained.Mrs. '
: Ocala February 2, 11 o'clock a. m. be a very hard matter to secure a juryof occasionally, but these can be !

[[ St. Petersburg and other point L. R. Chazal was the hostess: twelve men to try this case. It has 'by having Dr. King's New Life

They will return to Ocala in March. of the Married Ladies' Card Club Left for Ocala. around. Much trouole they save
attracted so much attention and has
'Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. H. S. The convocation of the diocese of their great work in Stomach
Dr. B. L. Lowrey, of Tampa, who a I' been so widely commented upon thatit Liver troubles. They not only
Chambers secured the afternoon's Southern Florida of the Episcopal
i number of years ago resided in Ocala, will be almost impossible to secure you, but cure. 25c, at -)
prize, a cut glass bon bon dish. The church is being held at Ocala, Bishop
o is among the lay delegates to the men who have not formed an opinion oly Drug Store and Tydings & Co.
afternoon was a very enjoyable one. Gray, of this city, presiding. The
He is
h Episcopal convocation. being regarding it.
( .' The Original Whist Club was entertained Ladies' Auxiliary are also holding Ocala Rifles Minstrel.'
entertained by Mr. and Yrs. D. S. l
,r.- the same afternoon by Mrs. their annual meeting at the same From Thursday's Daily. The most enjoyable : j!
Wood row. Reception to Visiting Clergymeu.
N. M. Allred. The special guest for time. Among the large delegation given in Ocala last season was the
Rev. H. W. Little and the congregation .
F Mr. and Mrs. Evan P. Thagard are the afternoon'was Mrs. John Hans that left this morning were the following composed entirely of home talent.It ;
of Grace Episcopal church will
1 entertaining Mn. Geo. Rigeim, of trough, of Tampa, a cousin of the : Mrs. Gray, Mrs. E. F. was the talk of the,town for
hold an informal reception at the
Braidentown, and :Miss May Cork, of hostess. The other guests besides the i Sperry, Deaconess Parkhill, Miss E. The Rifles Minstrel Show is going
Ocala House parlors tonight at 9:30
;; Orange Lake, who are delegates to club members were Mrs. G. R. Mc- H. Rand, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden, Rev. have the very best home talent !
o'clock: after the services at the
the convocation. Kean, IN. J. B. Hiers, Mrs. F. A. Rickert, Dean Spencer and Mrs. possesses and a rbh treat is in
Armor,-.
Teague and Mrs. I. R. Hirsch. Brownrieg. Rev. B. F. Brown and for those who enjoy mirth and
has returned to hU The reception will be given complimentary
D. A. Robertson Progressive whist was played most wife, of Tituaville, accompanied the ,to Bishop E. G. Weed, ter.

r home lu this city from Ocala, where spiritedly after which refreshmentswere Orlando delegation. There a large Bishop W. C. Gray and the visiting The coon songs will be rich.

t j he has been for the past few day servIng served and the prize, a puS box, attendance from all parts of the diocese clergymen and -lay delegates to the We name only one: "I
in the capacity of a juror in the I
was awarded to :Mrs. A. H. Marsh.FOIEYSKIDNEYCURE. of Southern Florida.-Orlando convocation.A Get a Letter from My Baby"- .
United States court. -Mr. Robertson very eordsal invitation is extend. Anderson. I
Star. '
himself as being well pleased ed to everybody of denominations

'I' expresses with the "Brick Citv.-Galnes- I Our hotel registers are showing to be present to meet these distin- Remember ,the date and<< make

,T Baku KUam ud Bladder Bight a large list of arrivals. guished visitors to our city. other eng iement8.
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THE OCALA BANNER' the burdens of all the people," as |18tream" and will vote to continue jj I I .

claimed by Senator Taliaferro, as only him in his seat a* United :States: senator
$130,833 'was by legislative direction from Florida. THOROUGHBRED

t F3AKZ mSIS, E 1tQr. applied to the state's bonded debt.WhlLt We think this is rapidly becoming _

y P. V. Lsi7eg2. Sashess Manager.fJJWhl. ; if not one penny had been the universal verdict of the people! P

x applied to the cancellation of the and to unseat him Governor Jeuuiu;<4I I BULLSAHDCOWS.

I state's! indebtedness and the entire will have to construct a stronger letter
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amount had been appropriated ty the than the one he puts forth in today's

A {f4rJ1.tr., c l legislature for the building of good paper. I _

/, roads, the enlargement of the capitol To use a phrase of the street: i iu..
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j-t .'"'" : building, or the payment of pensions; ator Taliaferro "has been doing tiling y
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L.p JT instead of levying taxes for these purposes some."
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A would not this amount received Those who have read "If I Were

,. 1 from the general governmenthave King" were irre i:>tat'ly drawn to I the r& = 1I I

"lessened the burdeus of all he hero of the story because of hit-

J people and lowered taxes," identically "doing things."
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'- : MOTTO: THE BAXNEI., BELIEVING in the same proportion as if the entire !Suddenly and without preptntion, I I Ia.
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO amount had been applied towards the placed in high ofrue and only for a

TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS payment of the state's bonded debt short while, "Francoh Viliou" took SHORTHORNS

TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES It is reaching the same place-accomplishing up the loose threads of the kingdom i D V kIlAWS ;
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE,
identically the same and entered quickly upon the work
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOB ------.ANDHEREFORDS
: TBB BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE results-by a different route. That is of transformation.

BOTTOM, alL Everything; became !systematized !
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"1. Can thelsecuring{ of a pension for an and energized and he attected reforms

f FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 i5*4. Indian war veterau be made available in the cabinet and won battles at the [i VF READY FOR SCRVICK
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for "lowering taxes and lessening the head of his armies.Meanwhile 4: :4y 1

t GOVERNOR JENNINGS' LETTER burdens of all the people?" he was not. unmindful- eta Prices at Private Sale

Sure. of the "tender sentiment" and the

Following well known custom The soldiers in the Indian war were heroine of the story, "Katharine de $75.00 Up.

<, of this paper to give all sides a hearing likewise soldiers in the civil war, or Vancelles," whom he captivated by

we priut today a letter from Gov many of them were, and when one of Ibis strength and ardor said/ to his rival l lI
I I Spring Auctiorj About April I IL IP
ernor Jennings in reply to Senator the names of these veterans Is put and her rejected lover, that "a man r1 f, 1 1i

Taliaferru'a letter recently printed in f on the the federal list it is taken ofl had come lo court.:"

this paper. tbe state list and in this way the In the same way the people of

Y Governor Jennings claims that Sen 'burdens of the people are lessened Florida regard Senator Taliaferro and HON JAMES P. TALIAFERRO P PALMETTO P IRK f FIRM
ator Taliaferro is no more entitled to and the taxes lowered" say of him: "A man has been put ,

the credit for collecting the Indi.nwILr During his whole four years of service in office!" [A Biographical Sketch.: ] C. CHAM BUSS I CO.
claims fund than was Senator Governor Jennings charges that The governor sagely observes there
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Pasco and his associates in congress. Senator Taliaferro has never intro- was nothing original about tbe language OCUft.. FlOIIOi.

Senator Pasco wan given twelve duced a bill, resolution or amendment of the bills passed by the pres P. TALIAFERRO was dm elf the trial df democrats charged
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yean and his asjiciatea, one after on any subject embodying any principle delegation in Washington, and iA11ES at Orange Court HOU.-P, with violations of republican glee NECESSITY IMPELLS ICTITIIT

another, two or more terms, at least of the democratic platform which the figures were not new. But the ", September 30ih, 1817 I j ion laws; and on one occasion Wall

partly ou account it, and ultimately he was commanded to do. money was and the harbors will be- and spent his youth and young I find in contempt for cheering,in open; The pressure of population U WiDe

failed to get the claim in aoch a What does Senator Taliaferro say so will tbe public buildings. Will he manhood in his native state. court a verdict "f 1I.f'1 uittal iu one of felt in this auction and an a result the 1

shape that it could. tamed into the along this line? We quote his words: tell us wbat was new about his work He is' a det-ceudaut of Robert those trials. He served tbe democracy energies tbe people are tocotditlf

treasury of the suu "I was among those in the United in Tallahassee, and where any feature Taliaferro, who came from England with unwearied enthusiasm and I every day more niit1aDd acorn ii

Why should Senator Taliaferro te States senate who strenuously endeavored of it differed fro u that of his. prede about the year ItidO and settled in rare fidelity, without a thought of I The bands not only dad Biioy

treated less: fairly? to bring to a vote the resolution censors? It was a s-grf Englishman Essex county, Virginia and who ua personal reward, durmx the subsequent : things to do but tbe bum U not idled
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It was Senator Pasco and his aslIOCi.t. to amend the constitution and provide who remarked "11 tile speeches of a of the Blenheim branch of what ha* years! of demoi-ranc rule, an -there is even a connttnl turning to

.,..' nilsfortuue that when tbe for the election of United States candidate: "What i is good I U 1101 since become a numerous family. Mr. to such good purpose that he became mechanism and invention.

bill for the collection of Ibid cllLimp&ued senators by a direct vote of the peo new, and what i is new is bad.- Taliaferro'a father was Edmund Pen- the choice of hit fellow democrat asa Several useful inventioui-lh, product

the senate it could not be engineered ple." Times-Union. dletou Taliaferro, a prominent physician member of the Mate executive committee of the br..io. of ouro*o fwopl*...
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through the house, and when Was that not doing something hip Tbe governor thinks-other delegations o'f Orange county, who devoted of which body Le was tbe have been noted 1 in theM eelumtt*

it run the gauntlet of the house died platform commanded him to do? in Washington have done just as his entire life to Ihf.duties, of bU profession chairman for e/t'tal'eau.Iu which must revolution! things lo

a natural death on the table of the Senator: Taliaferro did that because well as the: present ones But if money in that vicinity. 1S71 Mr. Taliaferro was married the terror of war ** well ** in the Industrie

I. 8eU tt!. he thought there were some republi talks we cannot agr f-the money Mr. Taliaferro was engaged in acquiring to Miss! Jessie Hard, of Norfolk, Va., of glorious peace.

t, It may have brew only "luck" with cans in favor of the measure and a waipiid quite lately. We have not ; hid education in the noted and establishing a home in the city Just now the paper*are filled with

\ Senator Taliaferro, but tilt fact remains possibility of i its passage. said the Indian War Claim had not I school of William Dinwiddie at'' of Jacksoucille tits ever since resided accounts of dwelling being kurgUr

l that by acting in entire.harmony With a republican president and a passed both houses at different Greenwood when the war between ; there. Huccessoame to him as the ized and the safes In banks itort aad

with bia addociaies: / congress republics senate and a republican times, but, in making hU point, the the states began, and left the schoolin due reward of intelligent effort and eipretw cars dynamited and the funds -

he was able to pass! the bill, which house of representatives let us calmly govaraor shows the neccesslty of JSW, when only 17 years of age, to upright dealing with his fellow men, appropriated.

had been hanging tire for wore than suppose that Senator Taliaferro keeping a team that can pull together enlist in the Confederate army in aud honors! sought him. He became The reading of theM accounts, wait

half a century through both houses, had introduced a bill'and persistently if the wagon is to come out of the which he served until the close of the president of the First National Bnk of which rte ewbeU.bfdnb the

and turned the cold>,cah iuto the; continue to do so, "for the free mud. What good did it do us to have war. Returning to his home after the of Tampa, a member. the Floridast tinge of yellow Journalism, ba* uo

f : treasury of. tke aUie of Florida. and unlimited coinage silver at the the senate pass the bill one year and surrender, he endeavored to resume te board of healtb and vice president doubt set Postmaster; Urov" to thinking -

i Money tilts.Admittiug ratio of 16 to 1" would it not ha\e I I the bouse ano'her-we could not pay and complete his studies,but the mi& of the C. B. Rogers Co. Unspoiled and the result of hit cogitation*

that Ida predecessors been regarded as a play Ito the ral.larles"Lhe out prospects for cash, could we- fortunes of war had made such by prosperity, he has lived a la a lock that U a arttactlof considerable

dealt tbe cards it must be granted that email byplay a politician Times-Union. changes in the condiiion of the family life of sobriety and self control, never, attention _

? ttenator Taliaferro played the hand ? that he decided to abandon his ,I for the past twenty four years, baving It baa beta placed In position aDd U

r both skillfully and adroitly[and wont An eminent poet has said some FOR WOMEN purpose: and enter at once upon tbe : touched intoxicating liquors. on exhibition at the J'Oetod1ee.

F out where others, oue after another, thing about "flowers wasting their responsibilities of manhood, in the His election to the United States It is a wonderful lock. Iu weight U

t- t in turn bad failed.. fragrance on the desertialr?" and One hope of bettering his own fortunes as senate in 1899 was an event of more something enonuoiw-it i*larger tban

, In statecraft, tbe same as in business greater than the poet has discouraged well as those of his flAmil than ordinary significance. In the the weavers' beam that GolUb haaJ

i success has always been the" the strenuousness of "casting pearls Much) That Every Woman Removal to a more promising field place of the exciting scenes of stubborn led-and iu length i* fully yard and

t standard of measurement. before swine.. than. was then offered in his. native I contest which had characterized yet its mechanism U very .ioipl..
F, : t.S. The money having been paid into We believe the intelligent voters of Desires to Know state appeared to be imperative and I I similar previous occasions, there was It has been tiled to tbt east door of
: of the state Governor Yen Florida will entertain Taliaferro a calm quiet, yet determined concen-
r-- treasury a higher opinion young came to Florida, the postomee atd it dot Iu work wU
nings contends that it has not gone of Senator Taliaferro for not seeking such employment as might tration of political forces in ,bU di. -the door I is beld firmly to plaet

for "lowering taxes and lesseningWhen making a spectacle of himself by About Sanative Antiseptic present itself, and finding it, as many rection which resulted in his election, with the strength of a mammoth vtot

wasting his time in playing to the Cleansing another adventurous youth has done, on the first ballot, taken separatelyin and the colossal device ba attracted

galleries. at the very foot of the industrial lad the respective houses o'f the legislature very general comment and curiosity.

11f. If he had built up that:kind of a der. Possessing no capital but health, on the 18th of April by a Postmaster Grove. hat not yet applied

reputation he would neverjjhave; commanded And about the Care of the Skin hope and a sturdy determination to large majority, and the formal declaration for a patent but when b* does:

the influence in that body, Scalp, Hair and Hands win which has ever since been one of of a like result on the following we have no doubt that be will U
1 his success! In accomplishing results his chief characteristics, he took ser day, in tbe joint session, when be flooded with inquiries
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f. concerning
shown that be possesses, and would vice a'3" lumber marker in a saw milla received 49 votes, a majority of 29 for all the safe-lock ,
not have been so valuable a public Too mach stress cannot be placed on common laborer, wearing the and a plurality of 22, of those present the will manafa.'turtrs to
be
country
4 the great value of Cutlcura Soap, Ointment Interested la
: servant. and Resolvent in the antiseptic roughest of clothing and living on the and voting. it.

Governor. Jennings also charges that I cleansing of the mucous surface, and coarsest of fare. He "graduated" Commenting upon the event, the It may perhapa help to make Dealt
\ Senator Taliaferro has not "prccured !, of the blood and circulating fluids,thus thence into a Baker county logging I Tiwes-Union and Citizen of April :20, famous

the from congress an appropriation of I affording pore sweet and economical camp, with little Improvement in his uttered the following remarkable _.
young local and constitutional
,; mother is allowed to any nature for any place or point in treatment for condition; but after some years of prophesy, which has: been so remark.
for her first weakening ulcerations, inflammation,
get meal up, even thoughshe I I II Florida west of the St. Johns river." itchings, irritations, relaxation, displacements faithful service for others, he beganto ably fulfilled : It Will
I -: takes it alone it The interor was never recognized la I pains and Irregularities per look out fer himself. Having become "The whole past life of James P.
seems good to her to any manner, we until Senator collar to female. Hence the Cutlcura i Taliaferro stamps him as the
; take thisone step nearer may say, familiar with the lumber business antithesis t
k" ; the family circle and Taliaferro took his remedies hare a wonderful influence in of the PayYouJJ! !
seat in the "from the ground up" he addressed demagogue man of action
IJ she counts the days un restoring health, strength and beauty
til her strength willfully be senate, but we now feel that we occu- to weary women, who have been pre- himself to the attainment of rather than speech, who, will

! 1: often restored. does But py a place on the map. maturely aged and Invalided by these the high position therein which he perform more than he dares to promise If ir You have any Real ate
strength
I 4. '. '> not very come as expected, Ocala has secured an appropriation distressing ailments, as well as such soon achieved,.and which proved to ; fair to his foes,loyal to his friends, to sell,
l and she lingers in languor for a site for a sympathetic afflictions as anemia, chlorosis
public building and a be the safe basis of his later success. unmoved in defeat and equal in victory
fI; and weakness. At ,hysteria and nervousness. OKI
I .f. inch a time there is need of an invigorating bill making an appropriation for the Women from the very first have fully During the strenuous period of his -a very rock in time of trouble,
, ::1' tonic, and the very,best tonic building itself has been appreciated the but p You're thinking ot
: ( introduced in parity and sweetness, growth as a man and a citizen, Mr. modest and quiet when success is I coming
which is .
a nursing mother can use Dr. the power to afford immediate II to Florida for a home
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It contains the senate and will follow in due the certainty of speedy and permanentcure relief Taliaferro, while making no pretensions &88ured, Tbe service he his done left
no alcohol nor narcotics It gives course of time; Gainesville has secured the absolute safety and great as a politician became profoundly him with wide popularity because be ou;
real strength. I
economy which have made the Cuticnra I
i. Favorite Prescription" is a reliable an appropriation for public remedies the standard humour remedies interested in the political events I is not a brass band campaigner; but I r You
desire
woman's medicine. It establishes ; to invest in
dries weakening drains, heals regularity inflammation building and Lake City, Orlando and of' Millions the civilized of women world.use Cuticnra Soap of the times, and passed through the the whole state will soon know tbU II kind of Florida property any
x .- and ulceration and cores other interior cities are beginning to assisted by Cuticnra Ointment, for preserving trying scenes of the reconstruction worthy son of Old Virginia, this citi
t f female weakness. take hope and courage. purifying and beautifying the period shoulder to shoulder with zen of Florida, as Duval
.J' = ; "I cannot praise Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preemption skin, for cleansing the scalp of cruets county TO SEE
.r l too highly as a tonic for tired.worn-out Prominent citizens of Crystal River, scales and dandruff,and the stopping of some of Florida's! bravest and worth knows and honors and trusts him
q'. women female weakness especially"those writes who Mrs.are Ira afflicted W. Holmes.with in conversation, have recently said to falling bah, for softening, whitening lest spirits, helping to bear the bur absolutely." OR WRITE
of Cedar Rapids. Iowa. wit has helped me very and soothing red rough and sore hands
much and I skilful physician said to me in answer us that though holding Governor for annoying irritations and ulcerative
r to as to its know
efficacy'J
d case were it has really worked wonders.' Jennings in high esteem th weaknesses, and for many sanative,an Tampa has twocongres ionallcandl' Russia and Japan would probably J.
y.are so tiseptic UYINCnOH
;F. The Common Sense Medical Adviser purposes which readily suggest & SONS
looS large pages in paper covers, is sent well pleased with the appropriation themselves, as well as for all the par- dates. The interior is modest and refuses consider it a rough Rooaeveltiau jest ,

r fret on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to Senator Taliaferro has secured for poses tlirouftwut of the the toilet world., bath Cotknr and R.nursery.Sold lTrtt.58e.On. to ask for a turn at the public if the 100 American marines In ociu. riomoA.

pay fcr. R.expense V. Pierce-of mailing n-tffela only.V V,'Address. their port that they feel it unwise to fcrmrf,JOt cmal.i., Sou.lie.Cwted Depoaraa4OLVCharurhom rue,xseper.ui 0111I) OiDtWBt **- mill It modestly csnsenU to grind Korea decided to annex the country -
fcj-i Pirn. IBM t* U Fiat Bawl IS CoiambM
r. .,#' ... : crossing:; the W 8ts4 fee"I Boa tor W gmq." the corn without toll. -Atlanta Journal. .. nA.1UTAR
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;! VOL. AXXVII NO t ( OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 29, 1904 '
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t.. JASA SU2ABSTH SJLB2IS. Local EditOr-I ITV LL NOT OBLITERATE IT. Fired into Tampa Train. -

} K iw Passenger train Xo. 63, !SeaboardAir WATCHES!


t4; -" late Saturday: afternoon just after it for Railroad Men

n Yankee Bill" Smith of Stautou, r. } t r had paged Campville. A load of shot ,

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vUlliughUOi-alti friends Satur- .; was sent through a window, passing

day.Mr. < ;( I just over the head of a poaseuger who I 1-

W. H. Gee, of Jacksonville! TB was lounging at that time, and tearing I lr

was registered at the Ocala House -Vd1'H I I'1Y !: away the blind of another window I
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yesterday. yr'J. S on the other fide of the coach j

-to p>;1Af l O, CIoNS p OF No one was hurt. The train slowedup
t nerly leIntrn.h, E E PAYMENT ti iISEl1iNOLE I
Col. RrIARIDA
Avery,
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Sat uovr Qf; Tampa, was a visitor to ;' DwAR'c' bt '
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Ocala Saturday.r. ." negroes hunting: near Campville 0(1
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'f'f R. L. :Martin room s'; .terchaut'a } r NEVFRiBCiffED x'.i it is believed; that come of them J ,

r Bletk. <>Cilia, hats timber t< land ,. r F VETERAN OR find into the train. Mr. and Mrs. J. j

..* COtUtENCED tsrr5iernbergerand! : baby of Ocala
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fur sale., ( ,,
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.r'n + +NSI ONl a ci> CHED Ar.
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r r en route to New York, Mr. Dewt-t's".1
Mr. \V. K. Zewndskl returned yt-
T I A a noted' man of Ocala,. and Clinton

"t';. Jacksonville.terday from a professional' visit to,. = ,r rr r>r :_ { FREE. TIcR r Ili ZO GlL I l !'; E.fcSpet.cer; ; of Ocala, had narrow I

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F eseapes.jjj |Mipte Will *< nt nut from I

t.. Mrs. E. Apperson and Miss i Mary Orant't* Heights to iuvebtigtte.- '
i
, Lakekiid Sestrrday ('I/liP!!.r,dllu.
APITHOU uent to : -tor o
l"
weeks. TON STAB 'us To I FREDC.B.WEIHE
several
f. to spend Dj nu TIES Big Fish Industry.

l Ex-Editor C. Y. 'Miller was in the P TL E '' 1S OlY I There are li:bene* in North Carolina II Ocala Fla.

: city riatuidai. He in contemplating iihkh employ liS ninny as 3oX)0( ) p-o- -----

1; ftl'stlhlitlblug; the Leroy New: i pie. The product is put up in various j!'MARION COUNTY REAL ESTATE.

al'i. a. 1I
.f ways and shipped 10 all parts of the F. W. DITTO.
Dr. Mry Ewing, u inominentiMteopath I .
country, but much the larger HOTELS.
of Atlanta, fU,, .H vUltuig is manufactured ortion i I Good two-story fifteen-room holt I il 0....
into fertilizers. Fla. Full of business. Itrgc .rd*.. Iwtn.
Williams iu : c
i her mother, Mrs: J. '1 he number '. well, etc. Best of reason lur well,;. Price .
of tSb. caught at a :,low ,
tbiicity.Mrs. .
IltF..aln"CIs.
--"- single haul are given as follows: In j
Geo. Carmichael I left yesterdayfor I Fine ten-room bome. entire block Bith
1843 of shad, 6,004; of striped bas or >i barns etc. three blocks trout i/ ",re. Ocala
her granttdau-jhttr, Mrs. 1Fla. Onersuorth Price saertooe.I'AIUI .
a vlllt.to rock fiih. 431 i(1O pounds; of herring j j300iOO I *

J J. B. CulvertiuiMe, at Mouigoiuery, s pounds. 900 acres! Marion's best _L God rr idr cf,
it some ten smaller building. wetly _. fie
tAlabairnai..__ Florida bass larger wa coast than: 400 acre cleared and fencrd bilaac ice Oak
1\ maernoha and hickory W ill sell til or dindci .
X e Mina M..Kloyde I:6lltr: returned ytstvrday g Ill l fi -' North Carolina or any other l tats in .ITIMBER I It4ii)'.

H. C.here i 3000 Acres in Marion county tut feet
Blaikville pet per
from the Union and
while her fish indus- ., ere. Well blocked up and on Cool Luc ft. R
, been visiting relatives for the ,.. r Price $2.oo per acre
e she has N try is 'large, she has no such uumher ..
; ;.(i i Anythingyawant. "dr.
past few week as 35N, ) ) people employed in them. i I F. W. DITTO,

t The number of fish caught at a..! Real Estate. 0 'ftU, Kta.
t Air. \V. F. MarlotU3 Banner's I
stone Haul iu North Carolina seem i iiJtintt'HLal 1------ -
at Klitehton, was
L rrvrt'iIt'DtlLtiVe
; beside (Lose.ris crt i
r'ationg the uiany pleasant callers at ContoloupSeed.
\ I afloat t>y Editor Adrian P. Jordan_ of 1.
i
,.e ur office Saturday.A
---.... .- -', :.' the Pur.ta Gorda Herald. iI
I
The Genuine Rocky Font
of '
;: : )fr. Frank Ly tie, superintendent r Ocala bicomiug one of the biggeot Cantaloupe Seed, selectfjt! >ni*
; 'I the Hun Great orange grove at SUntonou !' choicest fruit on the Urtns in
ss. T horse ,maikets iu the .
I L'f Lake Wtlr was in Ocala yesterday. Mute.Horses !!the Rocky Ford Valley, ()nl..
mules and cows continue to beI -' by myself in last fait.
.
He accompanied by his twin son.Cpt. person
..... ; was shipped here in car load lots. i i'Guaranteed pure strain and

A. 0. \5acDonell, of Jackson- I ((1 MATCHLESS RECORD-SEHATOR; TALI FERRO F 1HLY ENTITLED TO 1 RE-ELECTION I fresh seed. Call early if you

j Mra. W. M. BrooKs and little sou wish a supply. '
and Feruaudiua, assistant passenger i
yule -- ---- -- ------ -" -- --- --- -----
after a hon visit in Ocala with Mrs.
: agent of the eaboard AirLine BEAUTIFUL INTERN I to Miss Gertrude PeJ'-t'r. The flinch I I The Ana'kholders then showed tbeir E K. Nelson, returned to their home J.-- D. McDUcFY

.1 was a prominent visitor to prize; a beautiful s'lf" pillow, wa won appreciation of the management of ,
s TIONAL WHIST CONGRESS. at Tampa
I Sunday. l .
I 1 Ocala Saturday. by Mrs. R A. Burford.'and the flinch tht'dirl.t'tlln Joy reelecting .the same OCALAFLREMEMBER \ -
.
booby, also t lilt l iiiy Muck, was Iciard to h' Id ollicis for the ensuing
i Mrs. M. E. Kmlih and Miss Lulu Mrs. Rheinauer Entertained a Large .
awarded tu Mi s M.iy A I'1'l'rl'llI. year.
Smith left Thursday fur _Anthony Number of Ladles Friday
The following ladies, all of whom After the a adjournment the stock-
where they will spend stvt'ra.lmonthl Afternoon.
were, haud-ximtly gowned, wtr..r...>.- ho'den! meeting the directors! held ault'eling
i visiting\ friends and rt'lativtlirll.- Anloug the lovely aff *
very many for the eKciiou of oiliceM
I tut and made this a VII'II1iutlJd nui ,

J I sola Times._ tir<4 given in Ocala this winter Mrs. i table: eveui ia Ocbla's social history, which resulted as folio AS: We Have (Elli Kinds of Florida Lands For Sole.

1 t Mr and Mrs. J. Starr.Sternberger; Cnarlen Rheinauer's card party Fri. I viz: I II : Herbert A. Ford, president, George

i 1 t i' and little daughter left yesterday forNew day afternoon should have mentionas !,I Mi*. (r. S Scott, MrW.. S. Rulloik : H. Ford, vice president, I+'. L. Sonic Splendid) Investments in Pine,

York where they will remain being a beautiful one in every r.- I, cashier. .
Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mrs J. W Cypress and Hardwood Lands.
.
tWO
: for about weeks.:: They leave spect. The ladies were invited< 1111 Tlif allies of the directors are the
IVarson, Mr;. A. Brown, \Ir:!. Ed.
j i. this morning on the Clyde hteimer. "International Whist Conjrres-s": folio iUj: : -
j Hitler. Mrs. Hirsch, :Miss Kosutuum,
aud international it was. Every Herbert Ford R. L. Anderson
Mr. Albertus'ot! was iu Ocala lbs Mona Hiller, Mrs Win. Anderson : : Improved Farms : :
nation was rtpresented in the tables Gm. McKay R. S. Hall Clarence
J' Saturday. He has recently returned. Mrs.I L. R. Chazal: Mrs. McKean, ,
and in the decorations throughoutthe J. K. Christian Geo. Ford.
J r. from Washington and has on house. The decorations were Mrs. Ch'as. V. Miller, Mrs Lee Miller, Camp Established Turpentine Locations.Saw .

; his:: person an autograph letter from Mrs. Geo. McKay, Mrs. B. J. Potter, A Growing Industry.!
sf elaborate and were beautifully ar Mill Locations. Phosphate Lands.
J r president about his recent inven Mrs. Mallory Liddon, Miss Johnnie The business of the Florida Meat
ranged.Flagi of all nations and every
tion. Liddou, Mrs Valeta Potter, Mrs:: M. Packing Company is assuming a deal I Grazing Lands.In .
I .
'
hue, aud red, white and .blue bunting
and Strauss, Mrs. Jake Brown, Mrs. M. than the -
proportions
Haines
Mrs. greater mauag
Mr*. E. H. Swain,
were draped about the walls in Fact Anything in Lands Also City Property. .
J Charlie Swain, of Muniee, Ind., arrived Fi bell Mrs. SeWlOIUJlS.: Finch, went dared expect at the start some ,
every room. The eflect of the gay
Friday and will be the guests ofF Mrs Mason, Mra. D. S. Woodrow, I months ago.
flags and bunting mixed with quantities -
; F Mrs.V.. A. Braidenbecker and Mrs Mrs. Ed. Holder :Mrs. Austin, Mrs. This company's product of hams
of bamboo, ferns and palmswas
II. S. Smith for the remainder of thewinter.Sarasuta most t-lFective and pleasing Frank L. Watson, Miss Lou Gauisby, breakfast bucau, sausage, etc., are J. H. LIVINGSTON & SON

Times. Miss j :Minnie Gamsby, Mrs. Koonce, being sent to all portions of the state,
i'; Mrs. Rheirnauer wore a gown of Ocala, Florida.
Mrs. A. E. Gerig, Mrs. M. C. Loouej and their new brand, the "State
Crosby of the firm of blue voile with trimmings of white.
Xr. J. ,
Mrs.:: J. F Edwards. Mrs. Gottlieb, Seal," is! about as well known among ow
returned last nignt Sue was aslbledly Misses Louise
j
a Crosby & Martin, Mrs. F. E. Harris, Mrs. Peyser, Miss the dealers and consumers in a radiusof
he has been to Scott, Alice Bullock aud Sue Anderson
from St. Louis:: where Gertrude Peyser, Mrs. Zewadski, Mrs. i one hundred miles of Ocala as the Druggist and
j load of horses and all wearing dre !es IIf white. .Wm Andersoi
i purchase a car Carrie Long, Mrs. Robert Blake, Mrs. popular brands of other packers who )
and bon lotus served Seedsman. .
will this Punch were ,
J 1 mules. The stock arrive E L. Carney, Miss Appewon, 'Mrs. have been in the markets for years. IJ-
the during the afternoon and when the
at
ti morning and may be seen Steruberger, Miss Alic Bullock, Miss Letters praising this product are being j OCALA, FLORIDA,

1 above firms 9tahles.''- games was were served.finished a two eurs1rpt'r Louise Scott, Miss Sue Anderson.Mrs. J I received every day and consumers Largest and t best selected stock of Field and Garleu Seed; iu "bulb Fl<>rl<.U.

t entertained Hirsch, is from Maryland, i iMr claim that it i. better than the western Purest 8traiu4of Seeds of all kinds l. for Full and Spring Plantiuir.
I Miss: Lucile Lindsay Thera were nine tables of progressive Now having geed Beaus grown in Northern Michigan ex|>re.ly for Florida
*. Holder, from Duunellon, and I I
friends Saturday product.
I ten of her little girl whist and two tables of flinch. t planting.
tenth birthday. Miss j Roseubaum, from Pennsylvania. Besides being a big advantage to Fine strains White Spine; Cucumber Seed Laige Charleston.krli l
f 1 h.. afternoon it being her Thw score cards were hand painted Cabbage. Big Boston Lettuce Koeky Ford Cantaloupe E-eu and (iealtt.l .
The day itself was an ideal one and I I dealers in able to sell
4 ;. Miss Lucile in the oldest daughter of with Hags: to match the flags on the Florida being Melon Livius ton'd IJfaut. and Stone Tonoito.

Dr. and Mrs.V.. C. Lindsay:: and i is avery with this exquisitely arranged function fancy smoked and cured meats at Oldest Seed House in Florida. Nineteen Years Successful
t')ble. Instead of being numberedthe I
I
J bright little girl. Her party wasa cards were marked with the conspired to make it one of long I resonablf prices, this establishmenthas Experience. -

great suits and her guests spent names of some: prominent charactersfrom and delightful memory. I proved itself almost a Godsend to Fell Line of Fishhj Tacile. Cptiul Qcois cf Every Caitoa) !
the raisers of meat in this section of
the afternoon most happily. Stockholders Meeting. .
each of the countries represented. I J
the state, as they cow have a market
; Mr J. A. DeWeese went to Birm- As for instance, the United The first! annual meeting of the
for all they can raise right at home. W. w. CLYATT, Manager. t. V MiUR
Ala. yesterday to accept a States cards were called George and stockholders of the Central National I
Ington ,
,
The plant is being enlarged and improved -
position as traveling salesman for the Martha Washington. The lady re- Bank was held in the directors room I
constantly, the: latest addition Abstract
H. E. Buckleu }Medicine Company. reiving the card bearing the name of of the bank on the 12th instant. being a 150 horse power Hamilton Security Company

Mr. DeWeese has been with the George Washington of course matched The meeting was numerously at-
Corliss engine.
Chamberlain Medicine Co., in the with the one having the Martha attended. Mr. Ford, the president,
This institution should receive the
for the past ten years, Washington card. read a statement of the operations of
sam capacity
hearty support of everybody in this ABSTRACTS OF-TITLE FURNISHED.
and is well known to nearly everynewspaper The first prize a handsome bronze the bank since it was opened on the section of the fctale.

r man ia the south, having ornament, was won by Miss Mona first of December last, a period of
} TAXES RETURNED AND PAID FOR NON.RESiEEN1S
t placed all this cam pan)'a advertisingin Ililler the second prize,a lovely vase, forty days. The statement was a very Mr. F. L. Rutland, of Sumterville,

this territory. He will continue to was won by Mrs. Pearl Mason, and favorable one and a vote of approval' tax collector for Sumter (county was

wake bU home in Ocala. the booby, a dainty silk stock, went was passed unanimously. among the visitors.to O aU Friday. Leek Box 84 Oaata. florl"aF




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THE OCALA BANNER '
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........................... Two Good Men.
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V If : POLITICAL CHIPS | Mrs. Mamie Howse-Btovall, who is ,I

.1 engaged in literary work in Washington weWE Watchmaker

.. ---- e City, has recently been inter-
,
:; FROM THE STATE PRESS. : viewing a few senators relative to the .... .

standing ot Florida's two senators
...1.....N....Ne....4H. Jeweler '
x and the following are but a few of the
It looks now as if Gov, Jennings has ;
$ many compliments paid them:
\s4 written one letter too The
many.
'
I ."During tbe discussion some very E. id Optician,
absurdity of the llaill14"hlth heI '

makes in his "open letter" to Senator'Taliaferro I' complimentary things were said t: ::.: '


are so palpably falstf aud j about, which Senators their Taliaferro Florida friends and Mallory will* Fr ; S < Wefte Ocala, flue

ridiculous, that it is a surprise to his I : ; ,
without doubt le glad to know. ,. '
frieuds thai he sbouM have written '/.r. ,
I "Georgia is noted for her gifted 1" :
the letter tit oil -rit. Augustine j "
i 1 statesmen, but in Senator Clay she ,'"r .4.
Record. .
.... had a star of the fir t '
\
I (". ..1'l"
TA1.IAFERRO MET TIIE I. is a fiDe lawyer, a brilliant talker, and ." "

f Home opposing lJ w..IIilJt'rj-opoed I' is thoronghly conversant with the j ji -:qt

to every thiuu. which dots not ,ubor- i political situation of the different,
1jt I I II
diuate the public interest to personal >! states, and delights iu expressing, in

: jir II.wliit-ioutI-blive criticised (senator I that animated way of his, what he L

jt Taiuftrro as bring afraid to meet bis I thinks of men and measures. Turning

; oppoueuts;face to fact before the peo- I to a party of Floridiaua, he observed -.j.-\

plf. Well, be did so meet them at : 'FJorida has two able men to
I
HON ROBERT XV. DAVIS, Manatee and it was a vertable Water represent her interests.' Throwing

Candidate for Governor of Flur ids. loo for them wasu't It.-Chipley Ban- ''I bis shoulders back, which displayedto

ner. advantage bis magnificent

A REMrlRKflBLE PflPER. contrary has been lodged against me. .... I physique, he continued: 'In one, I

; ** '* I The Record is accessible to all and I The Ocala Bauner relates that
: one 1 Mrv ,Mallory, 1, find a quiet, able
appeal with confidence to that
if the gubernatorial candidates alleged worker, while in the other Mr.Talia "
Cot lob/Divis Presents His Claims Serve No Master .n1 i ;
that. Col. Bob Davis has a mil ferro I find afeo push and enthusiasm .
As I have served no master since I !
to the People of Florida.
.. have been in Congress save only the lion dollars to pend in his race for and I believe he generally geld what I
the Democratic Voters of Florida:
To will of the people, I shall serve no other governor. The Herald does not believe he wants. .:
.
I have heretofore announced my can- .
of Florida should I become governor. it. Col. Bob is a man of st'nsej; 'You are on one or more committees .
didacy for the governorship State MattersI
and in three or four addresses delivered aud if be bad that much money be with Senator Taliaferro, ares you / bi llj
am connected with no corporation,
in the state I have given my attitudeon either directly or indirectly nor do I would quit running for office and stay not?' was asked of Senator! Clay. /4: / -

the several public questions which own stock in any, nor am I controlled at home and caress that pretty young 'Yes,' he resumed 'and I have had \ \

seem to be uppermost in the minds of by any. But I do not indiscriminately wife of bis.-Punta Gorda Herald. I every opportunity to know bid untie
The time now tohave
the people. seems
denounce them or rail against them. NN
arrived when I may, with propriety ing energy and capabilities. His t"
k-
As there are good men and bad so Senator Taliafrero has a
adopt this method of placing my proven work ou the committee for appropriations '
there are good and bad corporations
candidacy more formally before you. faithful aud eflecieut representative of has been simply phenomenal. .
They are the creatures of law. They -

I want to say that I do not look lightly could not exist if we, ourselves, by and tbe interests of his state, and should He is one of the most enthusiastic in

upon the responsibility I am assum- through our legislatures did not create be continued in his position. It require tbe.senate. His state could not finda

ing in even becoming a candidate to them and give them life. Theyexist by ?years fur a senator to become
man who could do more than he HON. STEPHEN M. 8PARKMAN.
say nothing of the serious responsibilities our permission and are not necessarily with the duties of
fully acquainted
I would assume should I become inimical to the public weal. Nor is a has done. 'Ye,' he reiterated 'Florida [A Biographical bketcb.]
his! office aud the most t fleeieut waysof
governor. No thoughtful man can man a public enemy because he belongsto could not Lave a more competent I
desired ends. If a m"n
contemplate this undertaking without or is employed by a railroad company attaining man to take care of her interests.'

grave apprehensions. Nor do I dis- or a steamship line or a bank. of force and ability and faithful to "Seuator of also '" TEPHE M. hPARKMAX la afFIori'lian river and harbor committee and bit
Bacon Georgia, a t
count the worth and ability of the dis- of best and most honored citizens has ;\ I
Many our the interests of his! constituents joined In the discussion, and remarked "native and to be been able to secure appropriations for
tinguished Floridians who have already are so employed, while thousands
ins continued is reaped
been chosen, service that he thought a great deal of Mr. { horn; he was the rivers and harbors of thus start in
entered the same field and who are aspirants of our young men, sons of farmers and I

for the same office. They are aitisans and merchants alike, are entering of much more value thin that of any Taliaferro. 'First, I think him a I on a farm in Hernauio: county; be a sum approaching six million of

gentlemen of high character and un- these fields of human endeavor. new man can possibly be.-Halifax most valuable senator; the longer be began the actual,struggle of life oy dollars.

questioned patriotism. As I could say Corporations, however, being creatures Journal. stays the more valuable he will be. teaching school at the age of eighteen

nothing truthfully against them in pri of lawshould be controlled by lawand .... he afterwards read law under Acting In entire accord with bl*
Second, be is attentive to all his years;
vate life. I shall not, for the sake of obtaining when they undertake to go beyond their If any fair-mtudtd man will care- and was admittedto colleagues from this state he wu :
duties and careful worker. He is Governor Mitchell
office undertake by innuendoor charter powers or to ignore the public fully read Senator Taliaferro's letter a
in 187:. largely instrumental In cvurlox> the
I
otherwise, to cast aspersions in his committees practice
upon good they should be checked. he cannot but conclude that it is a full recognized numerous
them or either of them in public life. I To this end I believe we should main- as an exceedingly careful and Mr. Sparkmau's ability as a lawyerwas final passage of tbe Florida Indian s
and complete refutation of l\1r.lStock-
It is not important or to'the and be was claim the bill tb
necessary tain a raihoad commission vested with active member and last but not least at once recognized .war ptmlonlag .
; ,
people of Florida that I should be governor ample power and officered by men of ton's claims to recognition by tbe soon appointed states'attorney for the survivors of our Indian wars, and bit
he is a man who will be of
but it is important to them, and wiSJom and patriotism. democratic party. The records, the great
sixth judicial} circuit, which position been exceedingly successful la wear*
benefit to his
state. Senator
it is essential to the future prosperityof ., I am opposed to trusts and have so forensic methods and the political Bacon
mOlt for a period i inK appropriation for >uUlk buildingsiu -
the state,, that political schisms, I voted in Congress., manners of the two gentlemen are in I has that whole-soul, jovial way about he held. acceptably I |

bickerings and contentions should be !. I believe the primary system for I. such striking contrast that him that instantly makes one feel of ten years. Lila district.Mr. .

avoided. I shall contribute as little toward nominating party candidates is the best any how true and sincere is his friendship. In ISS7 hI resigned the i>ffice and Sprkmaa (lutroJuc lu the

that kind of politics as I may be and only true method of arriving at the thoughtful voter who considers them, "Senator ; of began practicing law in Tampa and house the bill for purchasing tbe site

permitted to do. should find no difficulty in decidingfor McCreary Kentucky,
real and untrammelled will of the peo-
being at tbe for the Ocala public building and
was soon recognized: as aa _
is with and
My career has been comparatively ple. We should maintain and perfect Senator Taliaferro. Read this let- a man very polished
I head of his profession in that city appropriation for the public building
N humble. and uneventful. It is all our primary plan.I ter, be candid: and honest in your !. pleasing manners. He paid the fol.

summed up in the following brief ex- trust my public life has been suchas lowing merited compliment: 'I consider and built up a moat lucrative practict. at Tampa of S3&5.(*IlIt.
conclusions.-Punta Gorda Herald.TALLIAFERRO'S .
tract which I take from the Congres- to make It unnecessary for me to as NN Mr. Taliaferro man of ability Mr.:"Sparfeman was a member of tbe No wan baa ever represented Florida

sional Directory: sure my friends that I favor progress; state and congressional democratic in the congreee of the United
and conspicuous in his fidelity to the
ELECTION
SUBE.
"Robert W. Davis democrat, of Pa- good government; good schools and
executive committees and was made States who baa wielded more lofleence
latka. was born in Lee county. Ga.. colleges; the fostering care of the state From every portion of the state the interests of Florida'"Senator
of each. Hit in that
chairman successively body
March 15, 1849 and is the son ort Rev. of the old soldiers of the South; good evidence is accumulating to show that Morgan also said: 'I like

Jesse was elected to congress in 1004' 1896, Mr. Bparktnan is a candidate for n.
M. roads and
Davis a distinguished Baptist ; peace; temperance good or Senator Taliaferro is gaining in popu- Mr. Taliaferro, he iafa warm friend of

minister; was educated in the com- der. For the maintenance and uphold- 189S, 1900 and 1902 au.1 baa served on.. election and his friend confident/
Il&rltyanti that be will be nominated mine, and I think he will be of great
mon schools of his native state; entered ing of all of them I shall work to the the most important committees of predict that be will be returned bjt
the benefit to his state.
the Confederate service at fourteen best of my ability whether I am elect- in approaching primary to succeed
that body. He is now, as he has been larger vote than be baa ever before
years of age and surrendered with the ed governor of Florida or whether I himself by a large majority.
King Cotton. several member of the received
army of General Joseph E. Johnston at walk the peaceful paths of private citi- Without reference to tbe qualifica- for yrrs, a

a the close'of the war; worked on a farm zenship. During 1903 the cotton exports of I
tions of those who
or capabilities ;are I
fr several years after the war; read ConclusionI this country averaged over $1,000,000a -,-- --'-
competing with him for the honors,
law and was admitted to the bar at 20 know full well that my life has not day, being $378,000,000 for the year. -
of removed been of what it is enough to know that he has madea
years age; to Florida in an example a man ought The quantity was 3,620,000,000 pounds

1879; was elected to" the legislature always to be. I am not perfect and I faithful and efficient representative, p
exceeding that of any previous year 4d5 EL TROPICO
t ,4 from Clay county of the latter state in make no high pretensions. If elected to. and as he desires a re-election tbe

1884; was elected speaker of the Houseof the office to which I aspire I promise except 1898 when it was 4,178,000,000of I II
voters will see that he gets it. Thereis
Representatives at the session of however to be governor for all the peo- the value of $232,768,204.rrhe 1903 I 5.
no one who can do as much for Cigar FactoryOCALA
.& 1885; was balloted for for governor of ple of all conditions and I shall try to exports were to the United Kingdom

Florida in the state convention held in pursue a course that no Floridian will Florida as be for the next term, be- FLORIDA
in round terms $147,000,000 Germany
St Augustine in 1888 and though hex blush at or condemn. cause of his excellent standing with
$111,000,000; France, 147,000-
had a large following failed to receive Very truly and sincerely the powers thai be and bis familiarity CH OS. PEYSER
: the nomination; was made general attorney ROBT. W. DAVIS. 000; Italy, $$21,000,000; Russia, nearly Prop.
with the needs of our people and the
for the Florida Southern Rail $9,000,000; Belgium, about $3,000,000;

w ? road Company in 1885 which position Florida Philosophy.Do excellent condition in which he has British North America $5,000,000; a jt } Maltreat thtHlgttCruk"MILO

?: 4 be resigned when elected to Congress; not stop to inquire about the these needs shaped ready for pressingat Japan$4,500,000 and Mexico, a little

was elected to the Fifty-Fifth Fifty- faults or virtues of a hungry man- the proper time.Miami Metropolis. over $3,000,000.Pure .

Sixth and Fifty-Seventh Congressesand open your purse and feed him.A ibM; w. DEYO"5c.

+ re-elected to the Fifty-Eighth Con- Eden
prayer is in tee thought, not in The Pensacola News laments that SEED
gress without opposition1. MelonI .
I Cigar and
,
the words. .
I My Political PrinciplesI the T.-U. should refer to the governoras

have been during all my manhood The trial of life is severe an im om- Sherman Jennings forsooth because I have for sale a large lot of Pure ;Z! GRAND
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4 days a democrat standing always on prehensible preparation: for an un he is Bryan's cousin, yet itselfis I Eden Melon Seed. All these seeds ROYAL

4! ', a jny party's platforms and obeying its known destiny.In continually prodding the Nebraska were raised in South Carolina and are zi'p lOc Cigar

edicts. I was a delegate to the Chicago statesman. The jewel known as of purest strain. Address 18 8t
the silent inner realm of the None
convention of 1896 and WAS the consistency was lost in a pawn shop \\'. B. AVARREX, Better Made,
eke separate and in iividual soul our life
Florida member of the committee on many years ago. Appelton, S. C.

r platform and resolutions voting with is understood as like begets like. -I

r- the majority of that committee. During Cultivate those states of mind .

t,'r;3tI'w the memorable campaign which which invite health, happiness and

lMt followed and during the campaign of
..; peace. Make hope a fine art, trust a
.' t ".. 1900- did all I could, in my humble
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companion.
., : :' way to advance the principles enunciated For a Box ofo

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'".:r: now serving my fourth term in the More helpful than all tbe wisdomof

' 'r:1: Congress of the United States and the world is one draught of simple
human HAVE had 80 many leportsof the fine quality of Oranges raised with our tUlon Pure Fertilizera
; .;, since I became a member of the House pity that will not forsake us. WE during the past years that w.
.,: -Pensacols Journal. have decided to offer 8100 In Gold for the best, 2J: for the secend, and 810 for the third beat box of onngel or the or 1904
141 of Representatives I have voted in one 1905 and 1906. Three successive years. The time of exhibition will ,,? announced later. The only condition being that the cropl

tF jr-'' form or another on every Important "The nicest and pleasantest; medicine shall be produced with our Simon Pure FertnlZ r. If a State Fair should be held during any one of the seasons and at such crop time nw that fruit a

(, ;' principle for which we fought. I amtis'4 1 have used for indigestion and creditable exhibit of Citrus fruits can be made, the display will be held during the fair, and at the place where the fair Is held.

{ willing to be judged by my record constipation is Chamberlain's
Stom

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"-tt n t-'.'..",'f there. I do not pretend to have voted ach and Liver Tablets" says iMelardF. For Further Particulars and Booklet Address

? "f right always. In the haste and confusion
'f. : Craig wf
.,. Middlegrove, X. Y. I
,: of a legislative body men often err "They work like a charm land do not 4 :
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t. but all FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville
.: upon questions of principle for gripe or have any unpleasant effect-" Fla.
.:. 'i*" which my party battled I tried to be For sale by Anti ,
-Mouopuly Drug
; .1/f!: a consistent. I believe no charge to the Store. .
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;: ....,'fI' GOVERNOR JENNINGS' LETTER. ly continued to do so, "for the free I ............................ .- k'L': Hilt."". _
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and unlimited coinage silver at tbe I : HON J 1S. P. TrUIAFERHO t

Following the well known custom ratio of 16 to 1" would it not hate .
THOROUGHBRED BULLS ND cows.
tl of this! paper to give all sides a hear' been regarded as a "play to the gal- :. A Biographical Sketch. :.

''t ing we print today a letter from Govern lams"-the small by-play of a poli- ....................... ..

t or Jennings in reply to Senator tician? : P. TALIAFERRO was .

4 Taliaferro's letter recently printed in An eminent poet has said something fAMES: at Orange Court House, -' -
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| this paper. about owers wasting their September 30ih 1847,, t

t: Governor Jennings claims that !Sent fragrance on the desert'alr1 and One and spent his youth aud young S tr1 : #=.y

ator Taliaferro is no more eutitleu to greater than the po.t h&s'discouraged I manhood in his native state. :

i the credit for collecting the Indian the streouou-ness of "casting pearls He is a descendant of Robert L

I war claims fund than was Senator before swine." Taliaferro, who 'came from England

Pascu aud his associates in congress. We believe the intelligent voters of about the year 16iO and settled in

i t Senator Pasco was given twelve Florida will entertain a higher opin Essex county, Virginia and who was 1 was:
ek'.a ax f
. years and his associates, one after ion of Senator Taliaferro for not of the Blenheim branch of what has y 9 Qy

i another, two or more terms, at least making a spectacle of himself: by since become a numerous family. Mr.

partly on account of it, and ultimately wasting his time in playing to the Taliaferro's father was Edmund Pen A lLrpTy"

r failed to get the claim in such a galleries.If dleton Taliaferro a prominent physician '
.
shape that it could be turned into the he had built up that kind of areputation of Orange county who devotedhis ..

treasury of the state. he would never have commanded entire life to the duties of his profession _:
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Way should Senator Taliaferro be tbe influence in that body, in that vicinity. y rr bs1'll.

treated less fairly? his success in accomplishing results )tr. Taliaferro was engaged in acquiring .

It was Senator Pasco and his as shows that ne possess, and would his education in the noted

IIOClat misfortune that when the not have been so valuable a public school of William Dinwiddie at

bill for the collection of this claim servant. Greenwood when the war between Jr-f<> Zl'tifTSlJL*- Li V 4't Wif**- *

passed the senate it could not be en Governor Jennings sl/o charged that the states: began, and left the! schoolin f

gineered through the house: !,and when Senator Taliaferro has nut "procured JS64, when only 17 years of age, to

: it run the gauntlet of the house dieda from congress an appropriation of enlist in the Confederate army in -
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natural death on the table of the any nature for any place or point in which he served until the dose of the

senate. Florida wept of the St. Johns river." war. Returning to his home after the

It may have beu only "luck" with The interor was never recognized in surrender, he endeavored to resume
SOME PALMETTO PARK tiHORTHORBULLS
Senator. 'l' liarerr but the fact re any manner, we may say: until Senator and complete his studies,but the misfortunes
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mains that by acting iu entire harmony Taliaferro took his seat in the of war had made such!

I a with his associates in congress senate, but we now ft'el.that. we occupy changes in the condition of the family i Shorthorns (Darhams) and Herefords Ready for Service e & .

be was able to pass the bill, which a place on the map. that he decided to abandon his

bad been hangiug tire for more than Oc the II & *$ Prices at Private Sale! Seventy-five Dollars aijd Upward

half a century, through both houses, a site for a publb building aud a responsibilities of manhood, in the

and turned the cold can iuio the bill making an appropriation for the hope of bettering his own fortunes as
WILL HOLD SPRING AUCTION ABOUT APRIL 1ST.
treasury of tke state of Florida. building itself has been introduced in well as those of his family.

I. Money talks.Admittiug the senate ana will follow in due Removal to a more promising field Lookout For Newspaper Notices of Exact DatePALMETTO

; that his predecessors course of time; Gainesville has secured than was then offered in his native I .

dealt the cardtit must be granted that an appropriation for a public state appeared to be imperative, and

!Senator Taliaferro played the haiia building and Lake City, Orlando and young Taliaferro came to Florida, PARK FARM.

both skillfully ana adroitly and won other interior cities are beginning to seeking such employment as might I

out where others, one after another take hope and courage. present itself, and finding it, as many Z. G. GH&MBLISS S 00.

in turn had failed. Prominent: citizens of Crystal River, anotber adventurous youth has done,
; OCALA. ;J FLORIDA.
In statecraft, the same as in busi- in conversation have recently said to at tbe very foot of the industrial lad
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HtM, succtts has always been the us that though holding Governor der. Possessing no capital but health
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standard. of measurement.: : Jennings in high esteem they are so hope and a sturdy determination to -" -
I the first ballot taken
on beparately j
Tbe money having been paid into well pleased with the appropriation win which has ever since been one of
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treasury of the state Governor Jennings Senator Taliaferro has secured for his chief characteristics, he took service in tbe respective hIlU!>-illlr in. legislatuie ,' Men Capable of' Earninglooo
the ISih of a
April by
on ,
contends tkat it has not gone their port that they feel it unwise to as lumber marker in a saw mill
formal! declaration I'
and the
large majority
,
for .110\\ering taxes and lesseningthe "swap horses while crossing the -a common laborer wearing tbe
of like result the following .
I burdens of all the people," as stream" and will vote to continue roughest of clothing aud living on the a on

I claimed by Senator Taliaferro, as only him in his seat as United States sena coarsest of fare He "graduated"thence i. day, in the joint session, when he !Ii $ to $3ooo a Year.
i received 4?> votes, a majority of ?:!
43Ot133 was by legislative direction tor from Florida. into a Baker county logging 91
$
I aud of 22 of those Salesman Clerk Merchant- Matter
a plurality present Traveling What
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applied to the state's bonded debt. _.; We think this is rapidly becomingthe camp with little improvement in his

\Vbat if not one penny had been universal. verdict of the people I condition; but after some years of and voting. Your Present Business!
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the event the
V the cancellation of the and to unseat' him Governor Jenningswill I faithful service for others, he began Commenting upon ,
applied to Times-Union and Citizen of April iS, A complete rtorganization of the producing department of the com
state's indebtedness: and the entire have to construct a stronger letter to look out fer himself. Having be- pany in this I section affords a chance for a few good mm. Eight vacancies

appropriated ty the than the one he puts forth in today's come familiar with tbe lumber tusint uttered the followiug remarkable on the agency: f..rein this rich territory remain open for men of characterand
J+ amount had been prophesy, which his been so remarkably ability. You can find out by writing whether it will he worth jour
I legislature for the building of good paper. "from the ground up," he addressed while to make a change. Xo previous experience is necessary. A course of

of the capitol To use a phrase of the street, Sen- himself to the attainment of fulfilled : professional instruction given free.
roads, the enlargement "The whole past life of James P, .'
of pensions ator Taliaferro "has been doing thing the high position therein which he .
building, or the payment Taliaferro, stamps him as the antithesis THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY .OF NEW YORK
of levying taxes for these purposes some." soon achieved, and which proved to ,
instead of the demagogue man! of action -
amount received Those who have read "If I Were be the safe basis of his later success.
would not this Richard A, :McCurdy President
rather than speech, who will ,
from the general governmenthave King" were irresi taMy drawn to tbe During the strenuous period of his

"lessened the burdens of all the hero of the story because of bis growth as a man and a citizen, Mr. perform more than he dares to promise Has Paid Policy-Holders Over 620 Million Dollars.
fair to bis foes his friend
; ,loyal to ,
lowered identicallyin Taliaferro, while making no pretensions -
taxes, "doing things.
people and unmoved in defeat and equal iu v as a politician became profoundly George T. Dexter
as if the entire ,
and without
proportion
the same Suddenly preparation
-a. very rook in time of trouble,
amount had been applied towards the placed in high office and only for a interested in the political eventsof but modest and quiet when succtss is Sup't of Domestic agencies.
bonded debt? the time, and passed through tbe 32 Xawaa St., New York, X. Y.
the state's "Francos Villon" took
short while
payment of assured. The service he has done left
trying scents of the reconstruction
It is reaching the same placeact up the loose threads of the kingdomand him with wide popularity because he
period shoulder to shoulder with
the same
nom!mllsbing identically entered quickly upon the workof brass band but
is not a campaigner;
some of Florida's bravest and worth-
That i U
results-by a different route. transformation. iest spirits helping to bear the bur the whole state will soon know this S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER

all. Everything became systematizedand dens of the trial of democrats charged worthy son of Old Virginia, this citi '

Can the securing of a pension availablefor for an energized and he affected reformsin with violations of republican election zen of Florida, as Duval county S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

Indian war veteran be made the cabinet and won battles at the laws; and on one occasion was knows and donors! and trusts him

"lowering taxes and lessening the head of his armies.Meanwhile absolutely."
find in contempt for cheering in OIleD

I I1 t% burdens of all tbe people?" he was not unmindfulof court a verdict of acquittal one of It don't appear that Marion county I Livery Feed and Sale Stables,

Sure. the "tender sentiment" and the those trials. He served the democracy is going to have any candidate for..
were
4 The soldiers in tbe Indiau war heroine of the story, "Ka ,harine de with wearied enthusiasm and county offices and even those in office',;

R: nt..i u.w"--<8 soldiers- in the civil war or of Vancelles," whom he captivated by rare fidelity, without a thought of I are slow about rerunning. The local'i We carry the most completeline A
and when one
many of them were Is put his strength and ardor said! to his rival personal reward, during the subsequent field as it now appears presents tbe of Harness, Saddles, etc ,
veterans .
the names of these and her rejected lover that "a man years of democratic rule, and most modest and remarkable condi-
> federal list it is taken oft remember to in central Florida, and will give 44. .
tion ot ever
the the things we
on had come to court. to such good purpose that he becamethe
and in this way the have known in the history of politics. r
list the lowest a.
state
tbe lessened In the same way the people of choice of his fellow democrats asa our patrons very .r

- "burdens of the people" are Florida regard Senator Taliaferro and member of the state executive com- Russia and J apan:1: would probably prices. We are thoroughly lt'

t and the taxes lowered. say of him: "A man has been put mittee, of which body he was the consider it a rough Rooaeveltiau jestif for K
whole four years of ser- equipped fitting out turpen-
k During his in office!" chairman for several years.In the 100 American marines in

vice Governor Jennings charges that 1871 .Ir.Taliaferro was marriedto Korea decided to annex the country tine and lumber teams, gear,

Senator Taliaferro bas never introduced Rockefeller in Florida. Miss Jessie Hardy, of Norfolk Ya., themselves while the powers hesitate. wagons, etc.

a bill, resolution or amendmenton Mr. John D. Rockefeller, the richest and establishing a home in the city -Atlanta Journal. ::

any subject embodying any principle ,man in the United States, passed of Jacksoncille has ever since resided \Ve always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and. Summers $
which There are two prominent newspa- _
platform Jacksonville Tuesday and
of the democratic through
there. Success: came to him as the state that lean towards and "White and Farm
do. pers in this Buggies, Hickory" Turpentine Wagons.
to Times Union's

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by
commanded was seen representative
he was due reward of intelligent effort and
does Senator Taliaferro say and after saying that he Stockton Monday and Tuesday, Talia- North Side Court House. Ocala, Fla
What upright dealing with his fellow
men,
ferro Wednesday and Thursday, Jen-
.. along this line? We quote bis words: was enjoying most: excellent health, and honors sought him. He became -
Friday and Saturday and are a
in the United the bit of advice nings
following :
those he
gave 4
among
"I was president of tbe First National Bankof
little at sea on Sunday, and yet calmly
strenuously endeav- "Do know that I recently readan
who you
States senate Tampa a member of the Florida
,
state that there are some SEEDS! SEEDS!
resolutionto papers SEEDS!
the article well known scientific
a
by
to a vote .
ored to bring state board of health and vice president .
erratic than the Ocala Banner.
and pro- to the effect that cheese is an more ,
constitution man
amend the of the C. B. Rogers Co. Unspoiled
election of United States excellent article of diet? I wish that Sure!
vide for the by prosperity, he has lived a
direct vote of the peo- I had read that article. long time The governor sagely observes there
senators by a life of sobriety and self control never nothing original about the lan- Write us for prices on '
was
I had been afraid that chaese
pie." his ago. for the past twenty four years, having guage of the bills passed by the present ,
Was that not doing something: had a tendency to produce indigestion touched intoxicating liquors. delegation in Washington, and :XIXETY-DAY: SEED OATS,

commanded him to do? and for that reason never touched But
the
the figures were not new.
platform His election to the United States HIGH C1CADE VELVET ISEAXS,
Taliaferro did that because it. Now I find that its effects are money was and the harbors will be-

Senator there were some republicans directly contrary, and 1 eat a great senate in 1899 was an event of more : so will the public buildings. Will he SEVERAL VARIETIES PEAXITTS,
be thought
oftbetoeameanda than ordinary significance. In the tell us what was new about his workin
favor deal of it and it agrees with me. x
in place of the exciting scenes of stub- Tallahassee and where any feature
of its passage. 'Take my advice eat cheese, eat Every Variety of Seeds for tbe'Garden and Farm.
possibility and arepublican born contest which had characterized of it differed from that of his prede
With republican president slowly and have outdoor exercise and cessors? It was a sage Englishman ,
:J similar previous ocsasions, there wasa
senate and a republican you will enjoy good health." who remarked on the speeches of a
calmly 1Hon. calm, quiet, yet determined concentration OCALA SEED COMPANY. -
let us candidate: "What is good is not
house of representatives Senator.Taliaferro S. H. Gaitskill, of McIntosh, of political forces in his direction new, and what is new is bad."-

oppose that i8tentI spent Wednesday in Ocala. which resulted in his election, Times-Union. OCALA, -. FLORIDA. ,;
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R-T Tl- E t ALA BANNER I FOR WHOM SHOULD WE YOTEt LOVE-CHARITY. I FLORIDA SHIP CANAL ACROSS THE I WATCHES FOR TEACHERS-- :

I SECK OF THE PENINSULA.
" ..' Mr. William S. Jennings was not "Though I speak with the tongues of men .
rlli R.um. Edltsr.P. the choice of this paper for tbe gubernatorial and of aug.U. and have not charity. I am beTO the! Editor of toe Ocala Banner: I
come as sounding brass,and a tinkling cymbal" q"t
: ; v. Leireijaoi, Busiiess Hanger. nomination for reasons that We beard two sermons preached The progress of cience in this century

appeared to it good gad sufficient at recently from the above text and in has: marked au era i iu the historyof Fron :$10 00 Up.
the time. civilization. The pjlity of gov1ernurent
But
a: majority of the democratic both
instances the able divines said ,; G
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, voters of the state thought has advanced and material I
that "love"
should
. hive been subtituted ]
otherwise and strength has been supplied to all nations
he
received
i"t t finally the for the word barity" by ibe
.'. unanimous vote of the convention. which have folioed in the1ke
bible .
tranbintor.IYetronfrrLowewr
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{' I Those! who opposed him strongest tna fonduttt ,!I I W.* of M-ieuce. National 1 ideas haveeultrged : Fred 0. B. Weihe

bvynud section41: bias audKtoxrapbical .
( r DOW frankly admit that he bas madeservative fur this word charity and are siuctre.yglad
a con painstaking and wise > buuudaries. The intel- /I
that the good and wise translators i Ocala, Fla.
executive and if be were permittedby Iet bus achieved success here arms !I
of the
bible di-l not aiopt any
the constitution AVOIother have failed. The laboratories t i} -
to be a candidatefor 1 -
word
for it.
MOTTO: THE BASXEL, BELIEVING reelection he would nave scarcely of science! and empiricism are aglow I Throughout this di huce the water i ii islimpid AS TO ADJUTANT GENERAL
It
seems to us that it has a larger, I
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO any opposition. with experimentstd solve: the laws of i xr Itt its fountain head, ibus
broader and fuller than the I
metuing
TAKE CASE OF THEMSELVES HAS This palerat least would feel in.. word love nature and .e-tu' 5U5- The following l letter Iris, ri.Jltw.e
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI I and euuveys exactly the I Young of Jak+'[\ ills to Uw
.
duty bound to him because it i ia.lu..lrltS of. art. Commerce and taro navigation independently of RIB
bupport !
CADES WITH meaning the transition I
THE COMMON PEOPLE, I sought to |
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR believes he would fairly be entitled to emphasize by it; |! iutt'tu"ti..u..l.uuity" haw iiesociated!", other waters. Tne next consideration :Metropolis! opjx ftutte red will I*
a re-electiou. !i ijatious'+ IIItll.*iuututluy I for progressi is the topography along the line. To read with tuterratat tbfeftaw:
9THE OF THOSE .
BETTERMENT AT THE "And though I have the gift of pro ph bY. and j I I.
_/ BOTTOM, Faithf 'I! toervj.in public as in private understand all masteries and all ,,'ledge. !I i i and advanuemeut. in the materials of the eye it is a general level with local Jacksonville, Fla.. J... IS, I...
and though have faith so that I could remove : To the Editor of tile 3btNpIIIM
and i
------ life is untied to its reward.Mra.unnz potter civilizitiou. KugUudcooperates exceptions easily piqued through r
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I mountains,and hare not charity, I am nothing'y "I! A recent letter frwu Ace.
Fw4r
FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 1 *+',1. :eiMtor Tahaferro b So it doe not refer to au with France to vous'ruct circuited.Of ,
therawerule, wh> is be not entitled uality so great even as to illt..tlE'ct'l l a luunel uudcr the English channel course, however, there is a dividing announcing: himself M a o......

Govf to and with political sagacity purchased ridge as shown the flow of before the primary for annual .... ,
election by
> a ie
1 "+Murphy, of Xew Jerseyha4Akh mysteries, or a faith-o simple, pure I II seal and several
other
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to devise mot I astral to the >EMI Indies.:: At home: gradients however would be trifling i have recently appeared IB tlM be...
btruugly the
>orne m ans of ridding the in average American of sin aud unbelief mug di! appenr. I II
i country of figu-board advertisements, voter. And though bestow all my goods to feed j I Wt are bound by cordons of iron irommouutain aud little or no I lockage would be iequired. papers, have cauted rue t. tfoiekriouily It.
J tbe poor and though I give my body to be to sea board from ou the rut jeetifs f prtfaary ..4t*.
which be '-iainis to he a nuiauce. Through bis o* a exertions he has I Ocean toocean The soil as far as examined
burned, and have not charily, it profittth me tions. In order that
woiked bim( ..rif up from a common nothing' aud connected by electric in clay and calcareous, affording durable what foitowi

The Jacksonville Metropolis proposes latiorrr iu a losing camp to the So the text does not refer to almsgiving chains from hemisphere to t einisphere. sides for the canal. The estimated : nay be properly uodrntoud. it U

to print a poliiictl\ edition ou highest < flo" vvnbiu the gift of the nor self-sacrifice, pleasing and I In this ceuteonial anniversary coat of this canal, taking tbe fitting that I should state Ut I am
the 19th of March. It has extraordinary noble these American art lifts the crest of not, and never gayest to Nr, a *a-
p..lle of has ad<'p'ed state. as eds: art average depth of the excavation Ube

favilities anti hacked, up by its His private and his public! life are I The entire chapter is' devoted to I ms U hood i in proud exhibition! to tbe thirty feet, the width of bottom date for any office; that law, aad let.

.. experience and ability this edition world. !Science: has demonstrated many years have tx o, aa aiinmiM
I
uUIL"'lllLltlt'.41'" explaining I and extolling it and car one hundred and fifty feet and the
will be lo.kul' forward to with keen He is strictly temperate and his ties it far beyond the meaning of tbe I! that the gorged deburcbure of thelisiStippi top two hundred and teu feet, for of nominations, of eawlkMt.*l try |>fi. a

l interest by the politicians and voter private busmen has been successful word love. cau t>e opened to oeau ixty two miles (the length of the: mary elections.

;,. I of the state. kt'ht.i d be has given to it his unremitting Love i is sometimes elti.sb, some craft and tbe p-ut-up power of that canal) together with locks and entrance Tbe evils which grew mil .f .....

;: : .. The editor\ of the Nassau! County personal" attention and a times sordid, often intolerant, but mighty liver i sent adrift upon the to the Whhlacoocbee, is about nations by ccnventioa aDd legida.

Star! was presented with four pocket piusiakiug cud ii.telligent direction charity never is. deep waters I luuVu from the. granaries. right millions of dollars. Th-reuill live caucuses), are too well. kaowo te

i t .j. books all Christmas prf-seots. We He has giveu to his public dutiesthe We love the true, the beautiful, the of the Great W t'br. This achievement be a great reduction of distance if thobsuuctious e need recapitulation. Huffle it to My

r: ;I. Lope none of them will be empty same: measure of personal iudus- noble aud the good We cannot in a uatioual deliverence and of the Witblacoocheeriver that years ago I wa a 4lgte t. *

f: dJrlnJ' year loot Banner: oLlberty. t try. i love the ugly aud the unlo\ely. Here on behalf of our state we offer tribute above Fort Clinch be r.e moved, State convention, end bream w. dU

Ncw' with thud uiillioos Without offi experience he WISall is where charity I>tt'Pin! and smooth to the enterprise by suggesting thai a and by using portiom of tbe Silver gusted with the open lra4i g awl til*.

for politial ili{ 'tributiou the !a-:;IiUtl the more ambitious to make anameiu out the wrinkled places and the I further barrier be removed by a shipcanal Sprint; ruu and OcLlawaba river ag regard!: of the public welfare, that I

;' editor ou_:::bt to bt a happy mac the august tribunal in which marred spots and covers the wholewith across the p-uinsuU of Florida parts of canal. The St. Johns river left tbe convention aDd rrfe+ !J to

be found himself\ and, as in the case iu mmlle. 11'ith"utprrjudice to other projectswe aud the! "sisters"! will require drtdg- ever attend another.

tl: Senator OrnurK, of Teuurkee, be of Governor Jennings, those who oppose Charity considers man's, conditionsaud : bespeak the aid of government 10survey ion at !points to give uniform dept l lqual It was for the |Hirpe > Af N'-'inc
his speech on the Panama Ctrl 1 rid of these curly
gan ; his retlertiou frankly admit euviroumeu s, the temptations the route near the twenty e I ID the canal.! tbd the *lntaen.jrt

t t Scandal u> ar. Dowiediiicg> the indebtedness that he has succeeded beyond all which b
r. of the dfuio-ratic (arly 10 expectations iu the great otlice, to are constantly getting iu his pathway St.: JahDanrrt and thence tbioughthe magnificent; stream is, wasting 1 its have uomiuatkMMiof {+rty eusdititw
t. Senator I/) he: of 1Ia8-ar"hu'l3t'tt8.f "sisters" lo Kernaudiua. made by prJu.ry..Jeet..... '
which he was eleutetl. a+ d cau-ing him to Humble and to It is th* waters anti tl-ads for the commerce
"If ia al jn a We-s-d e\"t'nT,1I be A soldier himself iu our civil struggle fall shortest i'<> ue for connecting' tbe of the gulf through au artificial tributary The sovereign people ut UM fruits

.-. t t said! 'wt,. tbe senalor from Mass a- his first etfJrtHre iu behalf of Charity takes:I notice of his weakne. waters of the (iulf of Mexico with L':I&t will knit the bonds of affinity have, j ia IDe e 'ottitutioa which tray
CIIU8..t tie, ends from B.tou I IIi have
the
to lthe soldiers of the early Florida.hllJilln "sds, his limitations aud his I tlrAtlautuoeeau.: .with the nations dependent on I adopted imjiiMrf upon tfc. .f.

{ earth witim revelation to mukiud.1I wars and their uamesuow liability to err. lo begin, there is a gap through bt.Martin's our granaries and that will give the j I! emor the duty of appateiiac mruUl

Senator Talfaferro'a) ,! influence in the appear for the first'time on our pension Love exalts and glorifies chanty: i iC ref with a depth of twenty nation revenue {iu peter aud securityiu I J0flk-rs' and it b ioM toDt .tJ4tt'

. United Suit female has ben still rolls.{ ,ndoues, forgets aud forgives. three feet of water, according to the I war. :;. M G. GARY. bill to obey tbt iattdt of tb. .....

f further increased by his appointmentAn |'lis next step wis to Ltd}'l+t the 1 Charity is tolerant of false darter are rtiortof| the U. .$. coast survey, al Ocala ;1:1.: June 1, J87'6. siitution, wbieb htf kM ....... w

r. two iUi: ,rUnt c-yiiiuillies! thitof I state1 cliiiiM M
I. the iiiUT-!ttte commerce committeeand States goveruiueut growing out of weak, erring, sinful hUILau ultlure. waters of the gull lo the mouth of '! the I bctttltt.< ...i per..uu'.Is1Y

;. t inter oceauie, canal. As Florida | &aidir*, wh'.fh bad D-mmuid: u U- Let us oe thankful :hat Gild pmcca I the Wilblacoochee: river. This reef tint nation wbo. women are be can get to actwpl .be rJOluhslrtt.

; f I li vitally interested! lu the actinii o)f settled for more tbau fifty years. He charity high above all other virtues.No was constructed by millions of J lobo t- noble and tender and true, nothing is I So cou\'t-otiun w 1-l-ri..r cut hiwrw

loih the committees, Senator Taha-{ went about it in a purely l i,u"iu ass other virtue that can be eacued r r- era and affords not ouly a gttew.ty for iUIIHIoiblfAll tliuys brave aud 1 I him (rom hu sawn duo'. Th eontti1 -

ferio'a appointment will be of great way and reached a s-ucce.-sful settlement by human beings is comparable entrance: but is a breakwater for safe lofty, and pure and rigateous: hi tutiou rays: "1'04 guvra
service to flat slate. He also retains aud in &> doing placed i in tbestate to it. MUchonue' within. Without it auol'fut'.1 their source and origin m the heart ofwoman. al'jlQint..1I eemmletoeaal u. ...& ..,

the assignments+ Leld ciurioir the llisti 1 treasury more than a half mil6t t us on this be.&uurLfmoming\l channel would I bfluble to the Herein is the \"eryIre *of the state militia, iuetaite MMUnt a4111.

1 session.wt.. Augustine Record. lion dollars. love our neighbor and towards him dinars of t-hiftiaij quick+AUI4 to ill chivalry. general. The adJeUttt ..*./.!

t He secured for the state larger ap f>urci-e the virtue of charity.: it up as has occurred on the Atlantic The knigbitioot of the south was i-hall be chief of iu<*11:o,tfMr'H.*.."

! The greatest obstacle Messrs. Stock- propmtions for ber rivers awl t harbors Coast of Florida. The chin lid can I beopeuni but a reflection of the womanhood of As well talk or uooiibittiK.. by primary

f; mi and Jenuium find in their campaign and the erection of public buildings ] MR. DAVIS LETtER l with little: comparative labor the tomb. The our shone high the other otlkwfi of..... g.rhr .

Il t j for' the United States senate i la than was ever before accomplished and exjeosea-i the bed of the biy is illumiuiuji carnpjof armies: ; ii eruor's stuff and all mibttiWbMtWotti.ersot .

;.' James J'. TILII1if t rr4)'S record. The iu the same period I.f time.His Hon. Rotten W. Davis' letter: to the | .soft i-aiiiNtoiie, calcarious rock, coral other purer and out leis brilliant, the lUUiUa. Aptiot..taMeby U

i more they attempt to break it down efforts aloug other lines have people of Florida announcing his c a n-1 and shtllrt. These would give solid brightened ccuulles homes and cast the governor are sot .itbta the

i f the stronger it grows with the democratic been quite us successful. Ha basdidancy for gov rtior in the most walla to direct thee flow of the river a lulu around the pages of history and evils sough to be forrtW by Mb-

I r voters of the state. It is a record given a plain, business direction in astute, diplomatic and carefully! constructed current, which by its force would romance. stitutiug the primary b4ifBt..uo tor S

t which appeals to the good judgment all matters be has undertaken. document (bat has so far carry through foreign matters without The grief of the southern people nomination by oouveulfcxt or hrciak.

:, and the admiration of the pro He is making very strong efforts to been promulgated by any ol the c an- deposit.; The dissipated waters and of the whole nation today over fire eaueus. The rDeoiM of tM

-t : ple. That be has been a faithful andf get our cotton claims adjusted with didates for this office. of the river where it deboubes couldbe the passing of GcVeral Gordon, the I'I. primary system could deviate bu .....

:- valuable servant of the people oft' every prospect of success. This will Its very frankne-s forefejids criti- consolidated auto one channel by Tanned of this knighthood, brings j ter method of causing the |two h I..

Florida is not even denied by his put'maiiy a dollar iuto tbe pockets of cism. jetties and piling: We thus enter theWithUcoochee clearly to view thefl;urd of the pc rr- i abandon it, than bjr extvAdifig lt 1ft" -

:: I ifcrresl political enemies. He baa men who have become For instance: speakiug of his leas oud the evils it
{ aged and opponents river with a depth of woman who was! bU wife. was intended to c.r- ,
\ ". been a valuable man fur Florida andber infirm and to whom these just claims he says! they are gentlemen of water exceeding twenty feet and follow i Through the horrors of war and the recti: and by attemptioi to thus teo-

;! people at Washington.l and will indeed be a boon. high character and unquestionedpatriotism. it without obstruction for nine pain of HickuesH, summer and winter.year trot: the governor ia the dlsthargt *f a

: I! News. He Las recently introduced a bill ." miles to Fort Clinch at which pointwe in and year out, she was at his duty imposed upon him by the torn

WILLIAMSON ON THE SENATORIAL for the construction of a ship canal> Before such praise they stand disarmed. meet with obstruction of lime side ; chewriog him iu darkness, comforting sign people of the late.

:. AND GUBERNATORIAL RACE. across this state and it is LfIie'edthat rock which could be easily removed I him in daylight, binding up Il'Y a loeatl.

t' be will be able to bring to the Again h. ears, "it ia not important or excavated. At this point however hi is many grievous: wounds. _

It takes a pretty slick duck to serenely support of the measure influence nor necessary! to the people of Florida we will consider th. construction At Sharpsburg Generad Gordon was Tbe Fleride's Quit Iarel.p.r,

swim in the Washington mill pondand enough to pans it. that I should be governor." of the canal to the St. Johns wounded five times. His wife, then people who are always uagf injcat

make two, such glees: as Stocktonand There is absolutely no just reason And again. river The first consideration is the lees than 18 years of age, awaited him or Henry It. FiagUr are cither idUu

; Jennings fish! out the food to keep why he should not be returned to the "I do not pretend to have always supply of water Blue Spring and at the rare of the army, and, in tbe Las political done hypocrites. 11 Ir. Flagltr

) him there. United States senate. He ha faitlywon voted right though I have always Silver Spring are the great subterranean I Bridal of the roar of battle, while the any dozen more men to in develop Misstate Florida than

his way to a reelection tried to." r fountains of supply and the j rattle of musketry and the mutteringot Iud it it
At first we thought that the Hon. reasonable to
preutu that all of th.
t. We have the utmost confidence in And again. sufficiency from these sources first distant goes mingled with tbe
James P. Taliaferro would lose friends> I I money he has expended
f the patriotism f Irnts and wisdomof + "I have endeavored to be cousUt- suggested the idea of a ship canal.It MChrill stridor of the lifts, this fearless Florida deveteplaf
+ by not meeting the other candidates for the benefit of other
the democratic voters of Florida ent." has been that peoplo .
i computed they sew woman nursed her hero back to
.. on the stump but now it really l ht tobs will never pay him a
rvasonabU
other and so confidently predict the reelection He concludes bis letter in the following erally discharge over live bundled the world again, even after be had 10 *ret -
the way. ou the investmeut. He
:. of James P. Taliaferro. candid manner: thousand cubic feet of water per min measured with his spirit tbedl'pthl1 wants never
'. anything but
"I know full well that life hail ate They are twenty three miles of the b'ls.tbeu Ualway* r''DI'
; If the reports we bear are true-and Ore Million to Become Governor of I my great Iud can always be
depended
; we confess we only listen to those we'' Florida not been an example of what a man apart the former about fifteen miles to tilt frout she bent him, do the upon to
proper
I : believe worthy of consideration-the A statement was made yesterday ought always to be." from Fort Clinch, discharged into the "Her light glove on hia casque of etel 1, time. Just the thing at 'tb* prulKr

:- Hon John N. C. Stockton has already by one of the gubernatorial candidates Altogether Mr. Davis1 letter is a Witblacoochee river aud the latteron Herluvt-auot on his spear," John B. Gordo other day when U.o.
died
:. !.t in himself to death. that Cut Bob Boris had one I most remarkable one and will the Atlantic slope about twenty aud again and again he led the gray Henry M. Flagler at Miami, It tray i

S million dollars to epe&d to make strengthen bis candidacy and increase five miles from the St. Johns river columns to victory along tile sheer rim use of his who tendered the ;

j M When John Stockton hits at that himself governor; of Florida.Col. bis popularity with the voters of the discharges into the St. Johns. The of death. private car to convey the
remains of the
"infamous divorce bill" he is drivinga "Bob" is extremely friendly rto i state for its candor and frankness and sufficiency of water is attested at this Mrs. John B. Gordon is the type last deal chlefuln to their

; a solar plexus on the anatomy of the newspapers so there arepickings' "rich : freedom from criticism of his oppo-( time by the low water of the ,Ookla- preeminent of southern womanhood. IIi resting place ia Atlanta. Now

. '. }Et i Napoleon, Bonaparte Broward. Forthe ahead i ueaK waha, south of iu junction with tbe Today, as the cbevalier of tbe.s o ath ten for some political noode. ri,t
to
After the primaries yell, "that
!' : it was this gentleman: while in Florida editor will be the average It is an exceedingly clever and Silver Spring run, as it is called. lies dead in tbe capitol of his state, It was politic that
riding in rub- actuated the
4. legislature of 1901, who made the bet tired carriages and automobiles I modest production. From the said junction to the lakessouthward l she remains to represent on earth tbe outbursts great b*nef.dor. Hueh

most eloquent plea to pail the bill and will not care whether John Pear the navigation has ceased, chivalry of which be was the embodiment. demigoguistu makr tbe
son strikes oil or not. The congressional executive com leaving Silver Atlanta Journal. Tribune feel for its gattllng
;. now deuouuced by Stockton ii such Spring to supply water (uu.-
[V. scatching rml1.-JaCkiOnVll1 Flori- The political skies in Florida for mil tee fur the second congressional from iu fountain to junction with
tbe next few months are district will ,;, Mr. T. B. Hailig has purchased
"} dian. to rain down dollars. simply going meet in PaUlka Wed' tbe St. Johns river a distance of one I i I i Dunnellon Advocate. He is a put,MI.akes
nesday January :.7.S I I
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should be no unnecessary taxation and therefore
SENATOR siderable surplus. Unnecessary taxation is in the nature no con-of Twenty-Five See, too, how Mr. Stockton endeavors to Insult your intel.
TALIAFERRO Wholesale llgence! He
ImPLIES using the Government for extortion, and to extort money says that competition was stifled on the oaa
from the people for any purpose Is in open violation of Grocery :Houses hand, and, on the other, almost In the same breath and with
Refute blind
Democratic principles and obviously wrong. Hr. Stock- and Illogical rage attacks the Wholesale Grocers' Aaten's
I also opposed the discrimination in favor of national Staotenelt.sociation:: of Jacksonville, composed of twenty-five competUc
l banks contemplated by the bill as well as the houses which could not be in existence, let alone
acceptance
TO ATTACKS of railroad bonds if, as he says, competition had compel.
ON HIS ItECORI) as security for Government money. been stifled. Those hou* *
I No.5. Mr. Stockton says that I was at Tallahns dur grew to up from not over five in business seventeen year -*o
ing the over twenty-five In
session of the last Legislature fighting the anti- business there to-day. How, before
trust bill.! an intelligent public can he reconcile these: statements?
This statement is also However if Mr. Stockton chooses to
wholly unfounded. go out of his
way
Indeed
by
He favors Primaries what strange process of reasoning can he reconcile his to attack the business associations of Jacksonville, that U
Without
Exception Has Always Stoodon statement-with the fact that In Washington I voted for the for solely his affair. But it seems to me that a decent regard
anti-trust bill and for every Democratic amendment consistency would in this case as well as that In recant
Democratic Platforms (Isles Opponents If thereto? offered to rebates, impel him to tell you of a similar association to
They tai nt gs to TillaIt: is true that I went to Tallahassee as I conceived which he himself belonged.

Can Say as Much! A Calm and hassle to OpposeAatiftast to be my duty to be there and discuss generally with mem-it The National Bank of the State of Florida of which he
Corjserva- was president
bers the needs of their was a member for
Sill. sections and to ascertain their views a number of years of the
r Jacksonville
live Statement upon questions of national import: I had no word to say of the Clearing Association. The articles of agreement
of facts. on the subject of State legislation other than to favor liberal maintenance association provided under heavy penalty, for the
appropriations for educational of certain rates of exchange, and
purposes. I wish to see the should that no bank
clear
young men and for any other bank of
c' young women of Florida so equipped as will that city not a member
enable them to successfully compete In every walk of life 5f T. Stockton's Conof that association. In citing this I do not attack the bank
with the youth of any State. I appeal to each and nection with the ers of Jacksonville or their association. I simply wish to
every
SENATOR TALIAFERRO'S member of that Legislature, each speaking for himself to Jacksonville Clearing sociations unmask the hypocrisy of a man who goes Into business ...
LETTER. Fay if I ever approached him or attempted to influence him AssociationSit for business purposes and then masquerading
against the anti-trust bill. "the friend of the people," denounces them la hU effort v
to obtain
public office.
We print in today's : a letter from No.6. Mr. Stockton; says that through my influence He said in SL Augustine that
paper Kenaior Taliaferro iu reply rebates are obtained for the C. B. Rogers Company. the bank he thought he was not la
when
to eertain charges made lie brings forward an affidavit of a Mr. that association was formed, and, when be
against him
by abuse who Reneke. which returned to the bank
hN "he didn't
oppose rt-turu states that in 1SS9 (mark well pay
any attention
to tbe United the date). fSO. 1<31 and 1S32. association to that
States and anyway.
senate again from 1S94 to 1S97. he Renehe was cnnnPcfpd with
the F. C. & P. Ry., How poor a plea! Which
and horn
It that in those of the dilemma
set-ma to us that the years he checked off take will U
frank
and -a man who
explicit manner in which be meets vouchers for large sums in rebates for the C. B. Rogers disregards his solemn business compacts
t these charges Company. I was not connected with that or one who denounces in others what he does
clearly
entitle himself
)him company in lS0'9.
to a fair and But
there
Threshing' is
impartial hearing and and had no connection with it nor Interest In it until a nothing in Mr. Stockton's charge
as to
i his letter must appeal two years after Mr. Reneke says' he began nearly Crer cf Old Straw. bates-so far at least, as I am concerned. w
very strongly to the Nothing
demomtic checking those
more
voters of the ever As> d for indeed, than ,
: a rebates and the fact Is, I have never in life there is in any of his charges. Most of
I tate. Re b:ate ani cat railroad for rebate my asked a as I said in introducing this them
a a for myself or anyone else. I became letter, are but the rfpetltk I
. A man should discharge his Defender of Freight interested In the company December 19, ISM, and about a and reiteration of the same old things learned In that dema
political duties ax conscientiously as he liscrinhatisaa.Florida year afterwaris was elected vic<-president without duties gogic and disturbing school of politics in which he was
tutored
does his moral and religious obligations or condensation and I had nothing whatever to do with threshing over and over of old straw, which
and in was
ex-rei- threshed
ing the right of the management of the concern and never bought into chaff years ago. He makes no charge
sold as
or to
suffrage should weigh the evidence as in a jury trial. for it a single pound of groceries or anything else. bill record in Congress, except one-and that as to the Aldrtc mr
We I am not a defender of freight discriminations -and he can produce no Democrat of the United
feel that Senator and I believe States
Taliaferro is fairly entitled to a're-rleetun and in full accord with my party, that there should be a Senate who will say other than that I opposed that meas
believe that this Railroad Commission in every State ure. I opposed it because it was, as I
will be the people's as well as an interstate thought In the Inter
verdict ests of
at the polls. Commerce Commission the trusts and
Inimical
for the protection of shippers, and therefore, to the Interacts
I HU record as a senator has far surpassed the both equipped with suh powers as! will Insure the prompt of the people.
most
sanguine expectations and equitaii: adjustment of all questions which arise No. 8. Mr. Stockton says that I am under the fcrfluenc
may
of his friends and no public servant from this state baa aeconiplihd between shipper and carrier.It of the Standard Oil Company. It Is difficult to be polite and
may be added that the Florida answer this statement as It deserves
delegation has been to be
so much in tbe an answered I am
name under
length of lime. important the influence
factor in of
: obtaining lower freight rates for Florida no corporation, company or Indi-
Just what his by successfully advocating the vidual. I am in the United States
Senate
achievements have been i is improvement of rivers and to do ray part U
modestly stated in the harbors. Ten years ago the business of the ports of Florida representing the interests of the State of Florida and the

letter that we today lay before our readers. teleg3.ticl; was insignificant compared to what it is to-day. As an Eecori Shows Kr-! record shows whether or not I have been recreant to my
Important: Factor in example, the business of one Florida port has grown from duty. It shows that no vote of mine has ever been cost IB
Obtaining lows less than a million dollars annually to over twenty-five Taliaferro }has cot favor of the trusts; it shows loyalty to my party on nt'fJ"been

ti Ocala, Fla.. Dec. li 1901 rreig'It3tes.w. millions. The freights have sought the cheaper or water haul Recreant to question at issue; it shows that no discredit has been

Hon. Jas. P. Taliaferro. Washington.. D. C.: made available by deeper water; and, as each Improvement Duty' Brought upon the fair name of Florida.
Dear Sir-The progresses, so will the business of that port increase to the Let us examine somewhat into the record of Mr. StJckton
unbroken custom of the Democratic party advantage of both He claims that he Is a Democrat
Where
Csstoa asd Traiiiitioa producer and consumer. was he In 1S9:? and
of the in Florida has been to give its officials two terms if their I have made some inquiry into the system of rebates for how long did he remain In the independent fold? Some

Lemocrati: : Party. conduct in office has been at all creditable. alleged to have obtained some years ago and am informed years, certainly and he Is still fresh from a camp that has

Without any attempt to flatter by reliable parties that, as the result of a rate war between been consistently antagonistic to Democracy In more lights
that you it is but fair to say competing railroads, freight concessions, or rebates were than one. It is open history that he bolted the Duval County

your record has b.en exceptionally good. During your given-not to one firm alone, as Mr. Stockton would have convention of that year, went to Tampa at the head of

term in office the Indian war claim has been collected; the you believe-but to wholesale merchants generally at competing a contesting delegation, and, in spite of the fact that the

soldiers of the Seminole Indian war of 1S5C-37; and their points.In tribunal to which he had appealed decided that his organization l.

widows have been pensioned his attack upon the C. B. Rogers Company why does had no rights in the convention, he returned to Duval
; the State has received larger County, and again
Mr. with characteristic
Stockton so studiously conceal from the public the fact disregard for Demo-
appropriations' for river and harbor improvements and for that he was connected with a wholesale house which also cratic law, supported u independent movement

the location and erection of public buildings than in any received rebates in that same rate war? lias he conveniently In 1S96, without in any way claiming or endeavoring to

similar period and your name forgotten it? Let us refresh his memory Mr. Stockton was secure recognition by the State convention but content to
appears on many of the most of remain without the party pale, he headed
one the members of the Tampa Commercial Company, an independent
important. standing and special committees of the Senate, established largely through his efforts. lie had been In the ticket as a candidate for the Legislature, and. through th*
which shows that jour influence is felt and recognized in active support of Dennis Eagan succeeded In getting a
that body. small majority over the Democratic nominee. I say "aetiv
support" because: I have in my possession a circular issued
Notwithstanding these facts you must be aware that by Dennis Eagan as chairman of the State Republican

certain charges have been made against you in the news- executive committee, advising the Republicans to support

papers and on the stump by those who are opposing your I the bolters.

return to the Senate. To be specific it is charged: i :How Senator "Call" Thus as an independent Mr. Stockton went to Tallahassee
1. That was Elbowed out cf a member of the Legislature of 1S97 committed to the sup
your election by corporate Influence was so bra I: j the Race. port of Senator Call then a candidate for reelection. In a

zen that the people were astounded; I short time Mr. Call was elbowed out of the race, and Mr

e :. That you are opposed to the primary system; ; Stockton was the candidate in his stead. What does Mr.

:3. That you denounced the Kansas City and Chicago plat soon Call say after of th.it this contest procedure: ? I quote from. his circular Issued

forms; st b "Soon after this time when my election was jrobable to

4. That by unmistakable implication, you were. in favor occur ultimately, Mr. Stockton for the third time, proposal
of to me to allow him to be a candidate and assured of
the Fowler asset currency bill and the Aldrich bill in the me his
devotion to me and gave his personal pledge and promise
interests of the trust; x 4m a: that he would retire from the candidacy at any time I requested
5. That jou went to Tallahassee during the last session .b s him 'to do so, and endeavor to give me the rote

Character o! Charges of the Legislature and opposed the passage of the anti-trust I I lrStoeUoa's' of his few friends and supporters. . I thought that
kale: Against Sera bill; Party Record- a trial for one or two days would satisfy his ambition' and
tsr Taluierro. y'e bring his friends cheerfully to my support I could not
6. That through; jour influence rebates were obtained i then believe that he would assume the permanent candi

'. \ from the railroads for the C. B. Rogers Company; .! dacy to my exclusion."

.kV 7. That through these rebates Mr. Stockton says that if you elect him to the United
competition was stifled and
States Senate he will be
true to you! It has a familiar sound
a that as a result wholesale house after wholesale house failed I hasn't it? _

in Jacksonville in an effort to compete with that company, But to whom has Mr. Stockton ever been true?

% t. That you are under the influence of.the Standard Oil: I I s To Democracy? ,
Read his record.

Company.. II To the contract of his bank with the
:3. It is also charged that you have done nothing for tion? Clearing Associa

Florida and deserve no credit for the collection of the Indian I I 3 He tells you himself that he disregarded It

war claim. To his old friend Senator Call?
Mr. Call says not
As your public duties require to be in
you Washingtonand And so I repeat to whom has Mr. Stockton ever beea
hence cannot reply to these charges from the stump, r true?

your constituents, or at least a number of them think that 1 I N. No. 9. Governor Jennings says I have done nothing since
I have been in Congress.I .
you should"reply to them in some public manner and for>
claim
no results whatever not associated with the werfc
this purpose I tender you the use of the columns of The ef my colleagues. Senator Mallory and Congressmen Spark- y

Ocala Banner. Very truly, FRANK HARRIS.Staitor I I man and Davis. Collectively however, we can point with
some degree of pride (pardonable, I hope,) to what has
been done the results of which may be summarized bert
Washington D. C.. Dec N, 19 3. in round numbers as follows:
Mr. Frank Harris Ocala Fla.:
My Dear Sir-Yours of the 14th instant, tendering me the Indian war claim collected. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .I1.100.0CO(
TaliafernEwreeates columns of the Ocala Banner to reply ta certain chargesmade River and harbor appropriations.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. S,30,00t
Work of! Florida'srelegation Public buildings and grounds
.
appropriations. .. .. 600.001
Can- by my opponents in the Senatorial
: :f campaign, which: inCongress. Pensions.: stations etc. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1QO9
pun oi Persca- ch.vgesou enumerate, has been received, and 1 take pleasure I r d Seminole war veterans and their widows, 1
in myself of kind offer. I 4
alitlsii. so availing full of misrepresentation your as to make deprecate this reply a seem contest each year.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. .. 100,001


necessary. I began my campaign at Punta, Gorda withoute1'S4Ulal I wJt Total about.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. :U100.00( ?
: This means more than $7 per capita for every man Y

allusion to any candidate-indeed. I sad I would I I woman; and child In the State of Florida: and the collection

not complain if others sought the office; that it was a high of The Indian war claim provided the affairs of State are
and honorable ene, worthy of the ambition of any man-L administered wisely and honestly should have the effect of
and I shall use no personalities here only in so far as isnfOCeSuy I I LTS ptA lowering taxes and lessening the burdens of all the people of ;;

to acquaint you and, through you the people of Florida. '
Florida, with all the facts. I But the Governor says he collected the Indian war claim
that he took the money to Florida.I .
There is nothing In the charges as I shall show. They lOX JAMES P. TALIAFE11ROStccktoa may say here that no member of the delegation hassled -
are simply old straw threshed over and over. They were repeated -
a single warrant for any of the Florida appropriations
t prior to my election in 1SW, and, after full .
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investigation under the searchlight of public discussion and -
duty Is delegated elsewhere and the Governor entirely -
the press of Florida were decided by, a majority of a Legislature wholesale grocery or grain business with William Root In welcome to whatever credit he may deserve for

of goad and upright and patriotic men to be whollyunfounded. and Sail- Jackson rille. and, through his experience in the business, I Qor. Jeaning's"Collection" receipting officially for the money OBTAINED BY ACT OF
I may call attention especially to the fact that induced others to embark with him in the I
Tampa enterprise. CONGRESS and also for taking it home.
read :Rellate3! of War
all of the charges are covered up in the maze of the past, This company received rebates just as did other companies
long before my election and that but one of them, whichis at competing points. Clain fund- Thanking you again for your courtesy In offering me the
columns of the Banner and
apologizing for the unavoidable
palpably unfounded, relates to my record or the time Who
of
solicited the rebates or whether they were ble length of- this communication, I have the honor to be
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my service in Congress.I at all, I do not know. I did
not. certainly. with of
They began, I assurances great respect Very truly yours,
take up the charges in the order named by you* am told, when a steamship line was established between JAS. P. TALIAFERRO.Ocala .
No. 1. Mr. Stockton says that my election by corporate Mobile and Tampa, which put into Tampa the Jacksonville
influence "was so brazen that: the people were astounded." freight rate. Jacksonville up to that time having been -
practically
; This statement not only assails me, but a majority ofmembers the the basing point for Florida rates To make it plain,
of the Legislature IS99, and is wholly without Mie Tampa merchant could buy a barrel of flour and have
foundation in tact. The people of Florida have not forgotten: it delivered at Tampa by the Mobile line for the same
that all of the newspapers and the leading men.of the State freight it would cost a JacKsonville merchant to have a bar Furniture Company

Sticfctca'i:> Ceajpatalatisai familiar with what occurred commented upon the cleani" gel of flour delivered from the West at Jacksonville. Some
ness of that election and congratulated Florida upon the: of the railroads running out of Jacksonville resented this, ,
ta the fact that there were no scandals at our capital, such as had being threatened, as they argued with great loss of
waaior oa Lit been witnessed and deplored at capitals elsewhere. business through the competition of the
steamship line. In
Dtc"Jo Is it not strange that, 11 Mr. Stockton really believes order to retain the busing, they cut the rate. There SMITH
were
what he says, he should have been among those who immediately cuts In retaliation backward and forward, and it was In
after the contest sought me, as he did to extend firs war that the wholesale houses. including the Tampa -

congratulations? How the :Rebates! Commercial Company were given rebates. I am further In-
Mr. Stockton was a member of the Duval County convention were Brought formed that the rebates were of no direct benefit to any of : The Leader in Low Prices.

which unanimously proposed my name for the Senate, About- the wholesale houses-that every dollar cut from the freightrates
and, with characteristic disregard of Democratic law hastened I(I had also to be cut from the price of groceries by the
to Tallahassee and fought my election and It will wholesale dealers In order to hold the trade In the disputed
not be forgotten that there were no railroad interests at I territory. So that after all. It appears; that the consumer
Tallahassee fighting for me, but some of them were thereand was benefited by the competition prices to him being necessarily : SPECIAL r s

active for my opponent R lower In consequence of the rebates. When the Mobile
Xo 2. Mr. Stockton says that I have always bitterly ships; were taken off some years ago the freight war ended.: For the month of January we will sell a good
denounced the primary system. There is no foundation In I am told, and with it the rebates and. as I understand, the
Cane-Seat
substantial Oak Chair
fact for this statement I was among those In the United rebates have not been given since. for
States Senate who strenuously endeavored to bring .to a vote
the resolution to amend the Constitution to provide for the Mr. Stockton has sought to prejudice the people of F]tee 84.00 PER SET OF SIX.
ida by alleging that the C. B.
election of United States Senators by direct vote ofpeoplea the Rogers Company was
stepfar In advance of Mr. Stockton. As to Those Jackthat firm receiving rebates. He even went so far: as to say ( Not more than (C j sold to any one family)

;No 3. He asserts: that I denounced the Chicago and senr.ne Failures-" the competition of this company, armed with rebates Special attention to orders by mail.FULL .
Kansas City platforms. to the disadvantage of competitors, caused "failure after:
Always Stooi failure among the wholesale houses of Jacksonville."
This statement Is also wholly unfounded. On the con.Sqwely : -
[, ei Ceaa trarv, I have invariably stood fairly and squarely on Democratic At St Augustine when 1 asked him to name tie cam
nies that had failed, he said that J. R. LINE OF FURNITURE ANO HOUSE FURN SHINGS
:::itic 1".Itiorms. platforms, and without exception have supported and Tysen had fat lit,
voted for the nominees of Democratic conventions. Can Mr. that W. S. Wightman had failed, and that there were of
much! failures which he did not then recall

Stockton No. 4. saY l1r as Stockton declares that he is unalterably op- Mr. Tysen has since pronounced in public print the statement Every thing you want at remarkably low prices.

posed to the'Fowlt'r asset currency bill and the Aldrlchwii of Mr. Stockton to be a slander.
and to create the impression that I favor these Mr. Wightimn. I am since informed, did not tail, but I GET OUR PRICES.'GRAPHOPHONES.
seTti1measures. facts are that no Senator was more emphat- retired, on account of his health when he was doing a satisfactory -

ically opposed to those bills than..I,, _and, I ,was active In the and profitable business. It then remains for Mr. 83.50
eated the Aldrich or the two Stockton to make good his statement that there was failure
that before the Senate for con derationne after failure among the wholesale grocery houses of Jack With f} Records 8500. Large selection of Records.

I.' tbathca.me se of the Aldrich bill was, not as Mr. Stockton sonville.
t TUe to. issue currency. but to distribute tha surplus in It he falls to do this It seems to me be stand 4'OJIvlcteJbefore Kew; EBBS ant Wheeler & bison Sswiaj >L'a&aes asi Supplies.

Cppoaei to IIatetet the m ited States Trea'ury in Umes of fltringency longAte the conservative and unprejudiced citizens of Florida
the national banks upon their deposit as security of Si of making wholly wanton and irresponsible statements, toand
[I&77 Taxation. county municipal and railroad bonds. A surplus In the the injury even of the credit of solvent business men : Your Wants Filled to Order SMITH'S.

Treasury can result only from unnecessary taxation. There good citizens. J 1 I II I at

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t t ccTIIP louse r'lit'( n "eats You Ilt

r r Attacks His Record-Refuses to Give Him Credit for Collecting Indian War Rig i !

Claims and Says He Has Done Nothing for Florida West of St. Johns River.I ) / } CjJ }

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Tallahassee, Fla.. Jan. 18, 1901. I have said, and have the records as repeatedly made this statement in I

[ Hon. Frank'Harris, Editor of the Ocalat I I I proof, that in addition to the pa'mentof j public speeches, I have waited in vain 13 HAS A PARTICULAR interest in

Banner, Ocala, Florida: the Indian War Claims proper, I de- ,j for any denial or disproof thereof from
My Dear Sir-I am handing you manded and procured in the adjust- ; "
you or in your behalf. r
J]herewith copy of letter which I recently ment of the mutual account betweenthe In my public addresses I have repeatedly you and your welfare because its Exis !
.. addressed to Senator James P. Talia- state and the United States, the stated that since October, 1S96,
ferro relative to attempts made by him payment by the latter of $88,562.11, due
the nation bank of which you were
in a'recent letter published in your paper the Florida school fund. $25,007.02 due is
'i I i president has had a government deposit UJ: fence; Dependent upon your patron
In which reference was made to i the trustees of the international improvement 'I beginning with about 65000. and
i fund of Florida )
me. on census I increasing in recent years to upwardsof
) Since Mr. Taliaferro has not seen account: and further succeeded in collecting $200.000, without interest, and upon il3 age. Man, if not fed with proper food I
proper to modify his original statements for the state an additional sum ,
<* which no taxes are paid and this I consider -
I feel confident that your sense of $13.248, which had been omitted ,

tk Ito fairness and justice will prompt you when the account was first stated in which a the special great privilege masses enjoyed of the by people you, i Q will die, and so, our business, if not fed d

give publication to my reply (enclosed 1S89 and was not referred to in the act including myself, have never enjoyed,
) by publishing in your paper. of Congress of May, 1902, authorizingthe
an'l I have striven to make it clear that
Yours very truly, settlement, and which was not Included if these special privileges were defensible iwth the proper demand, would also die. K
in the settlement first made,
\V. S. Jennings. as ,
if
they were not undemocratic
Hon. James P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville by demanding and securing a reopeningof if the principle of them was not directly -

Fla: the stated account and a reinstate- opposed to the spirit of our institutions d You see, however, that we are more d
i Dear SIr-My attention has just been ment thereof, so as to include the said and our Constitution, then I .

called t()that portion of your open letter 13248. would have no word of criticism or objection i q
published in the Ocala Banner of All of these sums was included in the to your enjoying them in the wI::i alive than ever .

December 27, 1903, and reproduced in aggregate amount of $692,946, which fullest measure. I have upon all occasions -
the Times-Union of December 30, 1903, was received by the state, after the discussed this matter
as a :
t In which you use this language: payment of the state of $132,000 of question of public policy and of good, < C > >

t "No. 9. Governor Jennings says Ir Florida bonds held by the United Statesin honest, democratic government, and

r bave done nothing since I have been in I the Indian trust fund, and interest you will find! that I am backed in my g ? ..
WHY d
;: Congress." thereon. iHjsmon by the historic and the present BECAUSE We Ijave the best grade

r. I positively deny that I have ever You must likewise know and admit attitude of the democratic party as ex
used the language which you attribute that not one dollar of the money said '
3 itself, in to have been secured, as state- pressed and reiterated in its party of goods aid we give right prices.
t to me-either the language per your platforms from the earliest days to the }UJ ) you
substance, or its equivalent. What I ment, for rivers and harbors, for pub-
f ]present. I have contended that these
have said on all occasions when I have lic buildings and grounds, for light-
i ; addressed the people or any portion of houses, naval stations, etc., and for special any and privileges everybody should by the be enactment prohibitedto ii: < < > > ifc

:, them has been repeated more than pensions to Seminole war veterans and
of laws by the Congress of the United
and their widows, is available, or could is
once publicly in your presence I J
States and by the legislature this
t hearing, and not denied. any way be made available for lower- state, each ,acting in its respective WE DO NOT limit our trade to the
In your open letter above quoted you ing taxes and lessening the burdens of
s1'Irere-and I have publicly chargedthat
,, S {t proceed to assert that you, together all the people.I .

. t with your Congressional associates I I assert that the state administration, you have service not, attPmpted, during your to secure Confrifsional :1 City of Ocala alone but number among Q d
; f from Florida have procured appropriations no matter how "wisely and honestly :
tilt: enactment of any laws on this subject -
.: aggregating J4.100.000. ($1,000- administered," as suggested by :you, has .
as was contemplated by the "em--
4 r. 000 of which you place under the head no authority or control over any of ucr..tic platforms under which you were our patrons the most Prominent Merchants B
1 of "Indian War Claim collected") and these amounts so appropriated, so as
elected and served as Senator; but
I }. add this comment: to enable it to apply a single dollar I
that, on the contrary, you }ave per- counties.
of the
t This means more than $7 per capita thereof towards "lowering taxes and sisted in the violation of this fundamental I t surrounding
for every man, woman and child in lessening the burdens of all the people." '
I- princ.'ile of democracy by securing -
the state of Florida and the collection With the information thus furnish
;
and retaining for your bank the We have created a demand with our fine
Of the Indian_War Claim, provided the ed you may realize that instead of i
special prificges to which I have re-
I ;T affairs of the state are administered : $4,100,000, "or more than $7 per capitafor
I ferred. And :n proof of my assertions fcm
I : wisely and honestly, should have the every man, woman and child in the stock and live and thrive.
: we
regarding this: matter I have offered to so
f effect of lowering taxes and lessening I state of Florida," having been receivedby
the people the official records of theUnitt.'d
! the.burdens of all the people. this state from Congressional appro-
States Treasury Department. m 3
: l You must assuredly appreciate that I priations during your term as Senator,
< < s > >
, Finally 1 have called l" the atten-
\ which would be available,
thin statement is grossly unfair and inaccurate directly or
tion of those .f the people whom I have
and that of the total amountof r indirectly for "lowering taxes and fcB'
r" leS-j been able to address the facts that as
1692,946: received by this state from sening the burdens of all the I: :Senator:: you voted against an amendment ta YOU WHO LIVE at a distance can
the United States in the settlement of there has been so received only $430-
to the money bill to strike the
the Indian War Claim the only amount 833, as explained above, or about TO ra
word "gold" and insert the words "in
which under the disposition of the fund cents per caprta coin of standard value" in interest be as sure of as much satisfaction in
made by the legislature of 1903, could What I have said, and do now repeat pay-
ments (Congressional Record, vol. 33,
have the effect of "lowering taxes and is that you have not, during your
j lessening the burdens of all the people," four years' service in the United States I tion page of 1829)-a the platform.direct and That flagrant the national viola- m your purchase as i if you lived in town.

; is the sum of $430,833, which was, by Senate, introduced a bill, resolution or
" platforms of both 1896 and and 1900
legislative direction, upon my recommendation amendment on any subject or embody- : .
i applied to the payment of ing any principle enunciated in the and the state platform of 1900 denounced > > > > .
the issuance by national banks of m
l the state's bonded debt, which resulted democratic platform upon which you
\ notes intended to circulate ,
as
' In reducing the interest charges annually were elected, er the one adopted dur- money
::1 paid on the debt. ing your term as Senator-which I con- .whereas you have done nothing what- WE ARE DOING the
ever in furtherance of this demand a largest mer-
; In connection with the Indian War tend you were commanded to do by the ;
;' Claim settlement, while giving the full- democratic platforms, both state and but, on the contrary, you voted againstan

eat credit to every man who helped to national. amendment to grade national banks cantile business in the city of Ocala and
according to population
(Congressional
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secure the passage of the act of Congress I have stated to those of the people m
:; t authorizing it, I have publicly explained whom I have had the pleasure of addressing Record, vol. 33, page 2990. ) That the .

;1 t that its passage through the and I here repeat, that your platform, seeking to uplift the condi- are In a better position to supply
;1 tion of the American your
workingman call- b:1
United States Senate was no new and record as Senator shows that you have : ma
ed for the creation of
!i miraculous performance, showing from not procured from Congress an appro- a department of
; i official records that largely through. priation of any nature for any place or labor, in charge of a secretary, with a L wants than any one else. tr1
seat in the cabinet, while ,
! the efforts of former Senator Pasco and point in Florida west of the SL Johns you when the
l'' his associates in Congress, the same river. In this connection, I would remind bill to create a department of labor and

1 t bill or one equivalent in effect was you and all concerned that I have commerce was under consideration, ( < > > m

passed by the Senate in the Fiftieth not addressed the people upon what the voted for an amendment to strike from : .
; Fifty-Second FiftyThird.FiftyFourthand Florida delegation has accomplished. I the title the words "labor and" (Congressional -

; Fifty-Fifth Congresses, but failed am not a candidate against the Florida Record, vol. 35, page 1051), IF WHEN YOU come into our store m
thus
! In the House of Representatives. delegation, and have not criticized or disregarding the platform and es. i 3
pecially the interests
the alluded to the record of the laboring
! Upon showing made by the rec- of any member of

; Ci'ds of Congress I assert that Liter that delegation other than yourselfand people connection of Florida and with the nation.In you don't see what you want, ask for it.
these matters,
drawing the necessary bill and stating my references to your record have
: the account, Senator Pasco accomplished been only such as the people of Floridaare and all other matters bearing upon

I, in the Senate during each of five interested in. My contention has your official invite record and my own, I respectfully It may be that we have not got it, but t I

sessions of Congress prior to your term been stated and emphasized by refer- and urge and chal-

i all that you accomplished as a Sena- I ence to books and pages of your offi- lenge you to meet me in joint public
! tor, and that the basis of your accomplishment cial record, and no part or point of that discussion before the people of Flor- I i a we will order it at once and make you a

was Mr. Pasco's work, vast section west of the St Johns river, ida, at any times and places to be

adopted by you without the change of nor any point in the counties of Put- agreed upon. And I beg to request Is
that
special price. not inducement?
further, an
that
. one cent in amounts-and that if this nam, St. Johns, Brevard,Volusia, or the this will receive your
;1 is the work that entitles a man to a upper part of Dade east of that river, prompt attention m
:.i' ;1 teat in the Senate, then Senator Pasco has been granted any appropriation Very respectfully, flf
Wholesale and Retail
should have been -elected in 1899. through your efforts. Though I have W. S. JENNINGS.
Tallahassee, Fla.


: 5 FIRST PRIMARY TO I I I by a vote of 34 to 22. Will Leave Ocala DRY GOODS

It should, however, have been )j
Rev. D. E.
Hannah
BE HELD IN MAY. has tendered AND
I adopted. It is against all practice
his resignation as pastor of the
and reason that a man shall sit in
Committee Had Stormy Meeting Christian church in this GROCERIESShoes
, judgment in a matter in which he city and wI}
Voters to Decide for or Against himself is interested. preached his farewell sermon Sunday m .

Convention. May tenth was selected as the date night. m

.., The state democratic convention, for holding the first primary and During his two years ministry in I Hardware Clothing.

which met in Jacksonville Friday, June seventh for the second, which Ocala Mr. Hannah has done an excellent -
did not finish their labors until after work here and has
to was strenuously opposed by the anti- made OUR REPUTATION IS A GOOD ONE AND WE TRY TO KEEP IT SO.
; midnight According & special Taliaferro faction. many friends who regret that he is to

dispatch to the Tampa Tribune the leave He has
ns.
accepted a charge
The question of calling a state con w
meeting developed a condition seldom )- in Virginia and will leave for that
ventlon caused another row. A reso FLB.MASTERS. m
witnessed in the democratic state time in W
lution to have the committee call a some early February.The
party in this state. The faction thai best wishes of this paper end
convention was voted down and the
went in as the majority came out ass his Ocala friends will him OCALA
matter was left to the democraticvoters accompany FLORIDA.
the minority.An of the state in the first pri to bis ne.w field of work. m f J

effort was made not to have the mary. :

members of the committee, who
candidates for office, remain longer are Ocala The word Furniture"January"(;0.8 advertisement in the- fOLi,i.) :tEYADTARtwcAUd' maE{ vIca: 8

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I e'rSENATOR TALIAFERRO vs, GOVERNOR ]JENNINGS Fille ,-


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I. as Governor Jennings Charges-Voted Strictly \Vith His Party Associates on Every Financial P.


Measure-For Bureau of Labor Obeyed Request of Labor Unions of the Country.

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II. Hon.WASHINGTON W. 3. Jennings, D. C.Tallahassee, Jan. 26, 190t- receiving $t 9'.,96 in cash, 'Florida Viltbou:impose any tax upon the circulation of..-Democrats- for the amendment- -offered- rT by I Fred G. B. Weihe, Ocala Fla. au
Fla. ,
: receiving an thins. might have been State Senator Jones.
My Dear } ; cornpelled State Banks or banking associations The yea votes were '
Sir
-Your letter of a' _
January 1
4 postmarked the 4th. reached in to pay $3SO.9St66.Couldn't I be and the same are hereby rt'pealed."I follows: Yeas-Bate, Berry, Butler, Chil
me Jacksonville
January 5. I would Have Done Leia.You I voted for that amendment to the ..nancia -: ton. Clark (Mont), Clay, Cckrel Culber- 1 _. I'

once, but was prevented have by an repliedat un contend that, in addition to the' bill i son Daniel harris Jone(Ark.), subordinating labor to the jurisdiction ofl day and not only discuss those tunes
usual pressure of public -PaYment of the Indian War claim proper, How does that comport with your charge \ Kenny, McEnery, McLaurin, the Department of Commerce, Senator Pet-I[
to which I regard as business of attention -,|(you "demanded and procured," in"the adjustment which you say you have made publicly, Martin Money, Morgan, Pettus, Rawlins, tus, on January 28. 1902 (Congressional,before the people, but with the Npt

Unce than writing political more letters.impor-; of the mutual account between that I have not during my Congressional Stewart, Sullivan, Taliaferro, Teller, Till Record VoL 35, page liA5O), moved to strike[of profound statesmen,
avail myself of the Ij I the State and the United States, the pay-service attempted to secure the enactment'man, Turley, Vest Senator Mallory was' from -the body of the bill, NOT ITS the &eucto,o
and take occasion opportunity to now, however -'|ment by the latter of $ S,3 : ll, due the of any law on this subject? absent on account of illness but paired to TITLE: the words "Department of Labor I people, in anticipation of new U-

iformatlon about give you some|[school fund of the State; J--S.IW7.02 due the I You were once prominently connected with: vote yea on the proposition. and." .1 sues that the present must necessarily -
record. which
teem BO sadly to my need, and which will you rusteos of the internal improvement fund a bank jourself I understand and surety -] You Cast No Such Vote You will readily see, therefore, that terepreentatlvel develop but to formulate
erve. I hope to correct the astounding un account of swamp land indemnity, and you do not mean to say that a connection say that 1 voted against an araend- of labor did not wish thul! =
statements you boast of having made In 19.326.21 due the general revenue fund o* of this kind would disqualify a pub-! tnt to grade national bn according Department of Labor carried into the Dl'-'public sentiment to meet and dis-

)our recent public speeches. Florida on general census account and lie officer from the faithful discharge of to popuJUo. and cte CongreIon partment of Commerce, and it must be|pe of those Issues when they
I take up letter further succeeded in collecting for the State his official duties? I 3 page a your authority. ,quite a plain to you that if the words)
your In the order of its come 11
statements the additional sum of $l3,! & Of course] I quote from your letter the following.! Page has no reference to the "Department of Labor and" had been eliminated say yes, and I believe that tfi*

In making the statement I did. viz.. you did if you use the word "procured", "Finally: I have called to the attentionof subject but deals entirely with proceedings from the body of the bill, as contemplated -,sovereign people of this state, at the

Governor Jennings says I have done as meaning "received.' 'l'hact for,a set. those of the people whom I have been lor House of Representatives. I da by the amendment of Senator held 10
tlement of the mutual find, however, in an entirely 'ettus' ,: the wishes of the prim b May will rUt
nothing since I have been in Congress," account and that Able to address the facts that as Senator -' dfentpiaci representatives, t
the bonds of the in the Record that Senator of labor it heir might, and their
there was no intention to do you injustice. State. held in the Indian you voted against an amendment to the:. Nebn would have been met and the by ballots &
Several gentlemen of unquestioned Integrity trust fund. should be surrendered to the: money bill to strike the word 'gold' and insert -offered the following amendment Bureau of Labor alowe to remain in 'gate such disturbers of peace and goodwill
I and Governor of Florida. You would have been L'' financial, or gold standard : an Independent .
veracity informed me, both be- the words 'In coin of standard value' bi | to the
fore and after the publication of the Ocala derelict In your duty If you had tailed to'':'in the interests payments (Congres.Ional "Sec. ii), That section 513S the Revised I The yea vote recorded on Senator Pet- rear.

Banner letter, that you had said as_much receive the money; but, even In that event-'Record, Vol. :33: page 182);::))-a direct and'Statutes la hereby amended to read a follows -us's amendment was as follows (Congressional -,I As to the three candidates for Senatorial

to them and'I win give you their names. the Government under the law. would have flagrant violation of the platform." ; Reor VoL' 35, page 1051-the honors who first
hould you desire It While disclaim found a way to settle the account and thei( | "Section 5l. No association shall be organized lame you I appeared upon
you State would have suffered no loss. I INever So Voted.I a less capital than Yeas the rostrum, I believe that
ever having used that language Its substance repeat $10,0 exempt -Bacon, Bate Ber Blackburn. either b
or equivalent. your letter- to my therefore, that you could not -very' say that you have absolutely misrepresented that banks with a cplt leg* Clark (Montana), Dubois, Gibson!sufficient ability, their Intellect was
mind Is in itself the equivalent of that well have done less. me unwittingly I hope, before!'than $ ,0 may, with approval of the Harris, Hawley, Heitfeld. Jones (Arkansas),)I I
language.T Every one of the sums you mention In L,the people whom you have addressed. I:'Secret the Treasury, be organized McLaurin (Mississippi, Mallory, Morgan centered upon conservatism and profound

devote much space to the Florida connection with this claim had been!I assert that I never so voted and that Con- any place the population of which does I 'ettus, lailaferro. statesmanship, to represent

Indian war claim. It Is a simple matter withheld from the State, because, as I'gresskmal Record VoL 33, page IKS:: the not exceed 1,0 inhabitants, and except You \m Rwli.., therefore, Tlma you have,Florida with
have said before, the State had failed to same cite, shows that that banks .; honor to himself and
you of
and a plethora l of words and phrases will your statement: a capital not less than doubly misquoted the Record as well as ce-
not mislead the public. The claim had been pay the Interest on its bonds, and the!has no foundation in fact. This page shows : ;,0 may, with the sanction of the Secretary misrepresented me. 'it, to his constituency.
Government withheld payment on all Of Clalso that I voted strictly with of the Treasury be I I
standing for over forty years. The people my party,! organized in More Evidence Still. There is but one Ben Tillman to
or Florida know this and they know. too them to indemnify itself against loss. The,as I have always done on every question any place the population of which does you need any further evidence to I U

then and by whom the provision for its act of Congress providing for the settlement at issue. The facts in the case are these:: not exceed 4,0 inhabitants. No ao1- l wishes of on this subject,a you a "pitchfork" and hold his own ant

payment was finally passed through Con. of the account. and this alone unlocked Senator Stewart of Nevada offered the:llo shal be organized in a city pupu- can turn to CongressIon l.br Record, YoL command a degree of respect among

gress. I have never claimed the credit for the doors of the United States'following amendment: rton whlph exceeds 5.0 persons with d, page 1001, you will find Mr. his fellow
myself nor denied to others the credit due Treasury for the payment to the State "In section 6, on page 15 line 5, after the d capital of less than $2.0 Fullers letter in,fulL I quote therefrom'I'. Senators. I am of opinion

.f them. Tou cannot go further than I In of every dollar due to whatsoever accountor word 'Inter st' It is proposed to strike out: This is the only c find bearing the following: r hat in view of Florida's great ne 4

commending the earnest and Intelligent fund. Referring again to the J132.00Uof I 'in gold coin of the present standard any relation to the subject you menton. "I earnestly but respectfully protest on I'just' at this time of the
efforts'/ of Senator Pasco and other members bonds and the $24S,9Si66 interest thereon value' and insert 'in coin of the standard You mut therefore refer to I behalf of these organizations against that'I improvement other

'I of both branches of Congress who due the Government, you do not seem L)' value of the act of July 4, 1S70.' you aain entirely at fault and misrepresent part of the pending bill (S. 569), which' rivers and horbors, and, last but

preceded me here. I have stated repeatedly credit that payment with lessening in anyway | Senator Aldrich moved to lay this amend me. proposes to place the Department of :;not; least, in securing national aid I
that on entering Congress In 1899. I foundIn I burdens and lowering taxes.. I maintain -. meat on the table and the nay votes on I The object of the amendment was merely bor under the Department of La-j[ 1
Commerce the!
the Senate flies, as a result of their that a debt wherever awed is a bur- proposition to table wt'reas follows to change the law so that national banks' It is the hope of the 1 construction of improved roads, and
laboring
painstaking work. much valuable data ,den. and that its payment whether to one (see Congressional Record, Vol 33:, page with a capital of t.O could be organize of this country that people I the construction of a ship canal across
an
..hlch contributed no little to the passage creditor or another, lessens that burden 1S29:!!. the same you cite): 'In places with a population of 4O or Independent the
Department of moat
ef the measure and. indeed, for my part In I the sum of the debt paid. I "'Nays-Bate. Berry. Butler, Chilton, ,.here. up to that time, no national ban les. officer as Its Lbr head having be a created.Cabinet I[ eligible point of Florida, that

I even accorded to you credit for the perfunctory You will pardon me. I hope for treating -',Clark Mont), Clay Cockrell. Culberson 'a allowed with a capital of less I This element of our citizenship may i would not be good statesmanship to

part you played in taking the this subject exhaustively and I offer)!Daniel, Harris, Jones (Ark.), Jones (Nev.), $5 ,0. The amendment was of Interestto l as it does the great majority, comprising of -: "swap horses while crossing the river,'
warrant home. as my excuse that it seemed necessary in Kenny, McEnery, McLaurln. Martin, the rural communities, and especially! our

Some Pertinent Qnetlona. view of your unique ideas on the subject -1 Money, Morgan. Pettus Rawlins, Stewart. the South and was adopted without objection population, I certainly that too worthy by this of Congress.such recognition "-:I and place instead of tried and true rep

Are you taking especial pnde In the fact I'Sullivan, Taliaferro, Teller. Tilt man. Tut- i or division. How, therefore, can This letter was dated 2!, 1902,)resentatives a pepper-box in the United -
that the Indian war claim was collectedduring Not Here for Hancoiulie. I ic y. Senator Mallory, being ill and absent you' say to the people of Florida that I or at the time the bill January was pending States Senate, because, his
your administration? And are you As to your suggestion that I have not' \\I."paired to vote nay on the proposition. voted against it? After the adoption Of the condition referred to. Jnl''fiery I forsoth

rfferinir that to the people of Florida as introduced a bill resolution or amendment amendment as a part of the go-Id When the majority thus voted down the' venom might drive ua .or
something with which You understand or ought to. that this standard bill I xoted against that bill best and most efficient
you are especially on any subject. or embodying any principle proposition to allow the Department of La.; co-worker
to be credited Do you forget. or did you in the Democratic platform you know that vote against tabling the amendment was Would you have voted otherwise? The' bor to remain an independent :1 I I The
know, that Governor Drew and Governor since I have been in Congress the AdminU-l!equivalent to a vote for the amendment. vote on the passage of the bill in its entirety the Government the bill departmentof i:) history of Florida comes dow
and Governor Would you have voted differently? was as follows (Congressional Rec- was amended' with unbroken democratic
Perry and Governor tration has been Republican and both!' by adding to its title the words "and1', a precedent
Flemingand Governor Mitchell all blanches < With the Democrat 'rd volume 33. page kZ): "
of Alivayn.
Congress overwhelmingly so.'I I labor, and adding to the body of the11 giving her representatives In Con
exercised the greatest energy in urging and I am not here for buncombe or to I I cite the Congressional Record In fur Yeas-Aldrich, Alsn Beveridge, Bur bill those words wherever
this matter upon Congrwss. each In his whistle against the wind but to devote tl her proof of my position on the financial I. ows, Caffery Crter. Clark (Wyo.). Cul- Department of Commerce"the words "the g ress a second term I do not claim

Uy, and that all of them. perhaps made m y time and best thougn and energy to or gold standard bill: om Davis Dbo Depew, Elkins Fair- There was not a dissenting vote appeared.: tat Senator Taliaferro is entitled
rreater effort in this direction than "Volume 23 .nks. Foraker, FO l'r. Frye, Hale nor sin- t
you passing measures of benefit to the peopleor page 1822.! Senator Teller "of :
gle objection to this the credit
amendment of
have been known to do? Do you realize Florida. Practically every proposition Colorado offered the following amendment lanna, Hanbbrough. Hawley, Hoar, Kean: thus and labrwas solely all that Wa don

that It the claim was not collected during contained in the Democratic platform has to the pending bill: Jnd.-ay, Lodge, McBride. McComas. Mc- given as much dignity and beneficially for Florida during his term

either of the administrations I have named been before the Senate, in one way or another "The people of the United States are ir umber McMillan Mason, Nelson, Pen-)of portace the Government 03 possible in the new department: in office. A Pasco Dougherty
n was not the fault of those distinguished since I have been a member and. favor bimetallism, and desirous of anj ose Perkins Piatt (Conn.). Platt (X. v.))I fore I will be seen, there- a Block

and much-loved sons of Florida and that upon every one of them your state :nternUional: agreement with the grE'almml'rdal 'ritchard. Quarles, Ro s, Scott Shoup that, instead voting against the and others did their best, did wen
the final collection of the claim reflects1. I Spooner, Thurston Wetmore interests of labor, as you say I did, I voted
-. to the contrary notwithstanding. 1 ( nations of the world that wil' ;mon Wal- m accordance and under the same circumstances that
nn more credit upon you than upon them? have voted in full and tnct accord with admit of the use of both gold and silver .,c with labors clearly ex-
In connection with this Indian war claim, he, platform of the Democratic party. 11 l'lt such an established ratio as will main Nays Bate, Berry, Butler, Chandler pressed wishes. and endeavored as well I I Senator Taliaferro was surrounded,and

0 hy I* it that you seek to have me say lo not pretend to be bold enough to at- tain the parity between gold and silver hiton, Clark (Mont). Clay. Cockrell I, to carry into effect the policy of the Democratic -the same unity of action that prevail
that the aggregate of the various appro- !<-oin and the efforts of the Governmen'ire "ulbrsn. Daniel, !!, Heitfeld Jones party.
\ t empt leadership to the exclusion of Democratic ed among our
t'. 41h rrUtlons for Florida. vit., about 14.100,000.) Senators .who have grown gray in' hereby pledged to endeavor to secure .), Jonel (Nev.),' Kenny, McEnery, I have Let the People Judge I Congesmen wou'l
"a would low r the taxes and lessen thel&urdfn I uch international agreement as speedllj .lcLurin. Martin Money, Morgan, Pet- gone at some length into these doubtless have done as he did, succeed-
-he service of and country. I have
of all the people You must know: party 03 possible." us, Hns, Stewart, Sullivan Talla- matters in order that the people of FlorIda -.I
Rw A
een content on the contrary and regard Mallory, a Sparkman and Da
a
'hat I confined my remarks specifically, The vote on this was (Congressional Rec3rd erro, Teller Timan. Turley Vest. may judge as to whether or not 1 I ed
k' 10 the amount contemplated in the total I it as being to the interests of Florida aswell volume :::i. pare 1S26). yeas as fol Vt'onld Your Ia'e Keen Different have been true and loyal to the principles ,via stood shoulder to shoulder with,
wise counsel and to
to listen to their
.. .f the Indian war cL'llm.11.. and to be l lows: Bate Berry. Butler, Chandler Cliiion. You have proclaimed tnat my votes 01 nome of the great Democratic party in which him, and each Is entitled to the
'follow' rather than to to lead. Perhaps : hearty
r sset. tl.O,9M.' The language of my presume t Clark ;IMont). Clay. Culberson, Dan of thes propositions Wf'r wholly they have vial interest. I have stated'i
Mter, quoted in yours. Is plain and Unln1statat.l if like some. I had been enraptured:'i lei. Harris. Heitfeld. Jones (Ark.), Jones :rong. Would yours have been different? repeatedly 'hat I stand before them upon(:'encomium of a the people, of "el

I mentioned that the total appropriations with the sound of my own voice, or were: INpv,). Kenny MeEnery, McLaurin. Mar.. .nd would you have been recorded In the my record.- In their intelligence, in their|done, good and faithful servants,' and
obtained for Florida were given to the peripatetic practice of useless! tin. Money, Morgan. old standard column? sound judgment, in their correct sense of'
Pottus. Tlawlin
about 1100000. and then said: I speechmaking, I might have Introduced Stewart, Taliaferro. Teller. Turley. Till-I Referring to the Congressional Record justice I have an abiding faith. I leave'by their votes at the ensuing primary,

This means more than $i per capita for such bills. even though they had been already -man, Yst Senator was absentin I(Vol. 35. page lOnl). you say: to them to judge a between you and meI ,.,'say, "We reward merit, unity and tuc
every man. woman and child in the State before the body and were foreor- of illness Malor to "That the platform seeking to the I| I have accorded fair treatment to you andto :
paired return
( veto uplf cess; and continue to do
'.' .f Florida, and the collection of the In- dained to die in the pigeon-holes of nepub-]yea. condition of the American man all my opponents and, while inviting' .you

Itan war claim provided the affairs of:1i lean committees.The Following this Senator Pettus of Alabama :calls for the creation of a Department of the: closest possible scrutiny into my record have done." I W. Long.

state are administered wisely and hon.. Delegation a t'nlt. I offered this amendment (Congressional I Labor in charge of a Secretary with a seat I ask at least, that that record hei i Martel Florida.

fitly should have the effect of lowering I I You say that I have not gotten an ap'|Record volume 3. page 1S29): lin i the Cabinet, while you when the bill not misquoted. that my votes be no mis-i
taxes and lessening the burdens of all the.propriation for any place or point west of "Gold coins silver dollars coined by Ito create a Department of Labor and Commerce i- stated. and that the record all in all,if
people. |the St. Johns river. By your reading of the United States shall be a legal tender was under consderaUon. vote for torn the beginning of my service in the I.f MR. MAHEW'S GOOD WORK.

I reiterate row that every dollar of thc''ithe record. what have I gotten east of that,,11 ni payments at their nominal values an amendment to fro ttle, Senate to the present day, b fairly read!
Indian War elilm-$ ..on.SM.6Sliould have'river? I say that the work of the delegation not below the weight and limit of the words 'labor and' thus disregarding:) My duties here render It Impossible now 1'I The whole state of Florida is* I
the effect of lowering taxes and lessening is the work of a unit and is not|tolerance provided by law for the single the platform and especially the interests;}for me to name dates and places for the 1
the burdens of all the people; and. while bounded by nor circumscribed in geographic coin, and when reduced In weigh Of the laboring people of Florida." discussion of political I hope,deljtrd to Mr. George 0, Mathews (or
blow questons
t did not say *o then. I do say now that I lines or limits. I say that I assisted such standard and shall MUqnotei The Hecoril Tnlc.p.'I however to be In a days, ihe good work be accmpUhe

every dollar of the total of appronrlatlorsfor in getting every appropriation legal I|( tender at valuation In proportion .I''I You have here misquoted the Record I and you will find me ready and willing,proxy for General on the state A
Florida does Its part In lessening;Of the St. Johns river just as my colleagues their actual weight. .'twice. A bill to create a Department of and prepared to defend my record whenever Bu1ok

the burdens of all the people. assisted In getting every appropriation Senator to lay this amendment Labor and Commerce was not then under wherever, however, and by whomsoever [-,'executive committee at its recent

Do you contend that the Improvement east of that river. It is true you add on the table but withdrew the motion consideration. Ttffe bill under consideration1 I assailed. Respectfully yours !M-ssiou iu Jacksonville.
.f rlvera and harbor does not make new,that you are not dealing with what has so that there was no direct vote. was "a bill to create the department of J. P. TALIAFERRO.
and competing avenue of commerce an.,'been done by the Florida dt'legation-that This was recorded on the following page commerce" The words "labor and" did not I II i j Home of the members of tbe committee

thus le-nen the rat* of freight? you are not a candidate against the dele of the Ht'rord.'Iz.., 1S30 and my vote with L.appear in its title, and hence there couldproperly I -- h --- I t wlute an early primary,Rome

Do you contend that high rats ofrt.1bt gation. But let me tell you that the record that of the other Democrats was yea. (Fol-! be. no motion to strike from the S0GE OF M1RTEL. late Mr
Mathews harmon-
are not a burden on all the peG<< of the delegation is one and inseparable. lowing is the vote in detail: Yeas-Rite,! title words that were not in it. The motiot'Ias I TIE a primary?,

f'*? 11 If your system of reasoning be sound. then Berry, Butler Chilton. Cark Mont), Clay to strike fro the body of the bill!II I lied oppoaiHg factions by prop-

Do you contend that the money spent, each of us has done nothing and, if eachof ]COkrll. Culberson. Harris. Jones I' the 1\'ord"the department of labor and"(Gives Advice to Fellow- lug a compromise E and bll
:. either In Improvements of this kind or us has done nothing. then bow is it .), Jones Nev..), Kenny. McEnery,,"It, was by Senator Pettus in accordance Democrats-
upon public buildings, does not add to the possible that all of us have done anything? McLaurin. Martin Money Morgan. Pettus,| with the clearly expressed wishes ofofficials The Pepper Box Should Not Pre wise and timely suggestion was me.cepted. *
and contractor
% prosperity of workmen artisans I will remind you again that I have never! Rawlins. Stewart Sullivan Taliaferro, Tel- of great and representative labl | .
*, does not find its way into all claimed any results whatsoever not as ler. Tillman Turley. Vest Senator Mallory organizations, and for this motion I cal t ni Against Sound Reason. result the callei
th As a primaries are
lessen ) ,
doe not
avenue of trade and was absent and ill. but paired to vote I
sociated with the work of my colleagues, my vote Congressional Record. VoLSo. '
burden of all as well as add to the pros'and you cannot credit the whole delegation yea." page 105L Editor of the Banner: In the prema- loot too early and not to l t and

f'rlty of all? the eight dollars n with the accomplishment of anything with- A Tent ProponUlon. The words in the body of the bill in Ui itsjture and heated campaign for Senator-- I{leveryby spews satisfied.
contend that
Da you lout giving due credit to each member for Senator Pettus immediately offered another connection were: ial honors that was several
month In pensions for the brave soHiersj1of opened i j I The object of the primary Is not to
thereof. amendment "That the Department of Labor and the
his 1 1risked proportionate part as follows:
the Remlnole Indian war of lS:6-58, who ..|months ago, I take that all good citIzens candidate an advantage over
has'ever "That nothing contained In this act shall I office of Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries I i j give ole
their live In th* common defense( i No member of the delegation candidate but tbe whole ob
and ofttlmes destitute (complained that each and every other 6e held or construed to affect the present and all that pertains to the'sE! of Florida regretted that any i|
and the aged I be and the under ject Is to give the voter an
tender hereby placed
legal same are opportuDliy
of silver
quality dollars coined I
*
widow ef the soldier of that war. Is no ,,member has failed to do his part in an:) ; should feel called upon to eject into this
by the United States." the jurisdiction and made a part the to judgment intelligently
solace and comfort to them In their old i matter relating to tie interests of the o I. pass
a and lemenlna a of their burdens! I,people of Florida but, on the other handwe The yea votes on thH test proposition I' Department of Commerce." ill-timed campaign the pepper-box and I the tOe of the various candi
a
age Indeed. ( have all realized with great sausfauI were as follows (Congressional Record, The labor organizations were opposed I to I mud slinging instead of personal merit for the omc to which thespire. .)
Strance volume 33. 1830) Yeas-Bate having a then independent department I
page : Berry,,
worked in full accorO.t'and .
It you do your position Is strange Irdeedl I |' that harmony we have In obtaining results. No'member Butler ChUon Clark Mont). Clay. Cock- of labor placed in and under the and qualifications. I seems to me toof Alone the same line it is unfortunate
I
.6 strange that I venture there are bu rf), CulbrSn. Daniel, Harris Jones jurisdiction of the Department i be bad taste and the manifestation of i l
who has labored
!
the delegation |
of
Mathews
that Mr. did uot !
few If any In Florida who will agree with,! ,(Nev.), Kenny McLaurin Mar- Commerce, and Senator Pettus's mo 1011,1
with her?, or rather with whom lrEnery. a conscious want of merit the
me
on
part; dales
will admit that your conter- on the committee fixing the
you. nut I tin Money. n. Pettus. Rawlin.s. was to see that would not .
i b
tion generally on this position is In entire'I-': have labored. will sustain you in the' Stewart Sl1van Taliaferro Teller, Till ;s ton subordinated The Department of of any candidate for any office to resort candidates to meet tbe votef but

harmony with your mOlt unaccountable i assertlon that I have n >: lne my ul' man Velt. Senator Mallory ",33 was a separate and distinct to such tactics. Are wenot ,perhaps, this part>f ;ae be
statement that of the $t.073.930. collected ]part. Why therefore should you complain absent on account of illness, but paired I department of the Government and I pltca' 'delegated to the central committee) ;

en account of the Indian War claim only: ; ? to vote yea on the proposition. I Icreate upon the requests of the great: all, as members of the great democratic and there will t>e uo cause for complaint *

$ ISS: is applicable to lowering the taxes: ) Your reference to my interest In the Firsa Senator McLaurin offered the following of the country, whichhoped I party, descendants from the same on the part of any oae.i .
and lewvnln the burdens of all the peo-[:National Bank of Tampa would Amendment to the same bill (Congressional' eventually to see it equipped with
pie You ay that by Legislative action,;have no proper place in this discussion I Record. volume 33, page 1S32): what it still lacked viz.: The right for| Caucasian race, and inheriting the i TheihiDes striven for ebould b

nron your recommendation, this was applied and yet. let me assure you. there I? noth- "Section 9. That sections 3fl2 and 8413 its Secretary to have a place in the Presi blessings of self government, brethren, Justice and fairness and when

to the Plate's bonded debt. Do youlnf'An Ing whatever about it to be ach'_meJ of And all other acts and parts of acts which!dent's Cabinet in order that the counsel 01( all U done.
to My that If there had beenno or to conceal The United states stat Impose any tax upon the circulation of labor might be heard upon "all gre bound by the same common ties of There is no necessity for bitter new

recommendation and no Legislative action*i utes provide for the establishment aivl State banks or State banking associations I questions of law equity and economics it"j brotherhood that was bequeathed to us I nor excitement.The .

the State would not have been better? But tell of r regulation of national banks and authorIze be and the same are hereby repealed.'" I In which labr has vital interests. by the blood of our forefathers !n the I candidates are all democrat

to the extent of the sum collected differencetMitween the Secretary of the Treasury t? designate The vote thereon Is recorded on pagVS33 See What Mr. Gossipers Say. : 'laud voter should nave tbe right
of the
Revolutionary that their every
became war, gained
me rlf'llf'hat mention and the depositories for Government money volume 33, Congrl'sslon1 Record and Honorable Samuel Gompers, president oi: 'freely and without criticism to expres

that um not you paid to the people; !Years before I came to the Senate the those voting yea were the following: Berry,'the American Federation of Labor, writing independence, and has, a a result, |a e. ,
11.03.130? Wa It L First National Bank of Tampa was desig Chuton, Clark ( Clay Culberson. to Senator Frye pro tern preference.
ef Florida either In money or by settlement Mont I Pesident. plaeed us in line with! the most power I Every voter baa the right and -
nated one of these depositories because Daniel. Heitfeld. (Ark), Lindsay, of the Senate under dte January
of the State's bonded accrued Indebtednesst Interest: It was located at a point where the Government McEnery. McLaurin. Martin. Money. Mor-..!20. 1902, and referring to the then sttusof I ful and progressive nations of the S should enjoy the right to express an

the Government and paid.the doe not that was collecting and disbursing gan. Pettus, Rawlins. Taliaferro, Tillman.: |i the bill filed this protest: world? Would it not b In line with SL I opinion untrammelled from fear or
If no
thereon? And. of and it much!Turley, Senator j jon i ., apprehension of any kind.
the taxes of large sums money was as pst Mallory was absent 'The creation of the Department of Commerce :
.. and lower material all lines
burdens
| the I our progress on I
e en ,for the convenience of the Government lnl'ss but was paired to with the provision for the a; I be is not accrde this right the

.II the people? Government',tas for the bank. Since I have been In vote yea. I nation of the Department of subordill wise, far-seeing statesmen, to not only II.theory that sovereign f a
national
Th State owed the J3S0.934.66. By act of the Senate the deposits have been increased Snator Jones Arkansas!! (chairman of minimize the Importance of labor's late'-I grasp the great political Issues of the S fiction.
tft bond and Interest betoreIII' there just as they have been increased I. Democratic executive committee ,acts and minimize the present Departmetof -:
is
Congress, approved March 3.the Secretary{ 'SS I understand all over the country. This ) offered the following amendment to I: Labor. Against such a procedure. In the! -- -
Senate).
: election to the authorized and directed -|was no privilege accorded the bank bet the same bill viz., the gold standar bllljiCongressional 'name of .erica labor I enter my most'; -
tit the Treasury waa collection o if cause of my connection with It. nor ( Record page I:solemn protest It Is therefore [
the
for ur-f

HUt bond there to proceed was owned default by the on Go..ernment.whfre the part of I,,!any never special been source a time of in profit.the history for there of ha that'jbank : I''I 1S33"That: from and after the passage of this I..'the gently reuested Sente that should In the deem event I wise T THEFLORIDA( f FRUIT AND TaU CK CROWR.aCAI. [

,: such State In the payment of ]' since It has been a depository that it, act the mints of the United States shall be'jto ent Senate Bill 569. that the Depa- -
had idle than the totalof
t'nder this act the AttorneyGeneral.threatened .has not more money open to the coinage of silver and there I meat of Labor a s maybe .
claim of the Government amount the Government deposits. If': shall of the weight of eliminated from its provisions." .
suit The b cone dolls FLORIDA.
J. waa a claim In law and equity]you think that my sense of justice or con-L ,412, 1-! silver, nine Thus labor, having protested through

and payment could have been enforced)'scientious regard for duty would be warped!tenths fine, a provided by the act of Jan- Hon. Samuel Gompers, president of the One Year Jl-00- -.
+ On the other hand the claim of the State,b1 a connection with a national bank.]'uary 18, 1 and upon the same terms andsubject American Federation of Labor, and through
<:: only and Its payment you can easily disabuse your mind of I limitations and provisionsof Hon. H. R Fuller, representative the S1g1e COPT. 10-
in equity o
*
; one ,
that idea by turning to Congressional Record :sj{ law regulating the coinage and 'Brotherhood of Locomotive
'Vas the Justice of ; Engineers, the A illustrated devoted especially the
dependent leg
upon Core
: : VoL 33 1S33, where will find tender quality of handsomely magazine t
This nit would probably page you gold; and wherever Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen the I .
ires vote plainly recorded in favor of abolwjlshing ,said coins for interests of the fruit and vegetable of Florida.
; been brought had it not been for the pro-!my here provided shall b Order of Railway Cnductor Brotherhood growers
vt.lon Incorporated in an act of ] the tax on State banks. (See amend' received Treul certificates may of Tmen. and the be seat ei
cs receipt
A trial six nssths
follows). be Issued therefor special srtscriptisa
at the Instance and largely through the ment that manner now provided Order of Railroad and c w
effort of the Florida delegation. This prolitan -, Voted to Abolish State Bank Tax. bv law" through others who stood for the interestsof 25 tests. Stazps taken.,

"Ii ... stayed the *ult. Suppose these pro-)| "Section 9. That sections 3U3 and 3iJt I Page 1833, Congressional Record volume labor against allowing the words referred -

: tie*iinr had, not been stay'? --stead C>f1 land all other acts and parts of acts which :will show that I voted with the other to to remain i the bill, thereby-

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SENATOR miFERRO'S LETTER. I ed the controversy by making the THE GOLDEN PERIOD OP LIFE ij
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t I: proposition that, inasmuch as bis!
Frank,Harris'croiM-iuierrogatoried io 'I honor was at stake, the issue thus We have been led to believe. Ibat '

Henator Taliaferro plainly ehowtbxt joined should be trird by the fC', and time does not deal kindly with age!! !

i tbe man who is a candidate for an olfice if Mr. Stephens failed to prove his As a man grows old his eyes grow

in Flnridr, tepecialty for an emlIMDt charge that he should acknowledge dim, his ears lose their bearing; his M.A.RIONHARD'WARE

1 t cfllce, hieh others are also hil1l elf a liar, and if be, Mr. Hill, touch becomes less acute; his teeth
t seeking, no matter bow commendable i failed\ to disprove the charges that decay; his limbs totter and his tUDC-

t be may be, is running a gauntlet i then be would acknowledge himselfa : lions gradually lose th
j hue sandbag, brickbats, rotten liar. It is unneccetsary to state: let we have just ri'ulln a medical U
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J eggs! dopeand mud are in industrious! here the termination of that controversy. journal that from lefty to seventy.
hands ready to baste Lint and bruisa It is cited to show that the ought to be the test: putt <>f a man's

E him until nothing but (,bjsicalstreu! >. serious minded public generally settle life. This writer, Dr. C. s1. I arr, of
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: ./ uoutDttaaud civic purity ingrained ouch charged by cue candidate Columbui, Ohi", Hiy lb.tt t luau } 'fThMPANy
S 1 in his mortal makeup will preserve against anether very much like Senator after tlflY years H capable of more

.. him from political blood toiaoning. Hill\ proposed: to settle with Mr. mental work mill ","udllJlt.'V"o of 4

t' DIr.llrnhietatalogueof high crimes Stephens.The; more pHyticnl i work than dernrf. His

I and niltdtarutanor against the principle answer Hr. Taliaferro ban judgments truer, hN experience

of Floridadt mocracy which he made to Mr. Harris' letter is complete.It has taught him a great many thingshe ------ -----_-. ---.-.. --- .-
finds that )Ir. Taliaferro's tuernies is modest. A man who is called can never leant in college, HL
I charge him with, must have made a upon to explain his: acting and doings he conducts! himself: widely, the best '

\ t \liwy Jay for the stnaorhtn he and defend himself; against grave part of his life is before him. Everything WHOLESALE

went aUutauswtiing them, for evil charges[ political and moral misconduct conspires to make a man more

tcatUrs like bad seed on the wind and necessarily has a great latitude useful, and happy, and contented.
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travels fabt. Probably no statesman i in :Freed from the torture uf ambition, fCt
calling attention to whatever performances
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TURPE MiLL AND MiNING
er politician in the country get more of his may reflect glory and the scon hings of lust and great, lTINEJ

poitunitftb| and provocations! to de- and credit upon himself. All the the years between the age of fifty a

feud hiiLself against all manner of charges against the senator are denied and seventy are the golden days! of

fate thartl"ll,ntl dOt& It-I'll defending 'by him, and then facts and circuru- Im whole }"fl'. SUPPLIES '

than beualor Plait, of New York states are modestly given and related Mr. 'jrr's words are certainly: en- > .

suit. Ibis nitlhtd of meeting his which show the utter improbability: cooraeiugand: we are glad to know

tilt Illite brims to gowellwith Liiu, and untruthfulness of the charges. t that we have only fairly entered upon -- .
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bowtver and it would seem that tseuator the nollera of life.
Denunciation of tbs charges, and denunciation .
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Taliatetro night c<,p> the of
ihcfpirit winch iufpir HEARST THE COMING MAN.
iLtlhod kLd come out of the war be- ed them, would not be censurable in

tag waged ugaicst: him with the the senator, for great provocation \\rutrn lur the Ocala Banner

Vtihfct iiiiuimum of vati ;factiou to justifies it, ytt tejond the plenitude Hearsl H sure. to be nominated.

bfa t Ltmtea. Uut such a status oue of the power of simple words to convey \Vhatrteemeiitobe a chance a few

of the pitrniutuH of fetatefctinnsbip overwhelming truth, he dots not mouth ago, novr appears like a rertaiuty. -

that lakes lougttthan one senatorial g o. Many things he nil boast iugly Fio'ii every direction comes: } SASH DOORS AND BLIND
al1.t. The fact of having of his ,
term to men starts to siiii pi v overthrow'he charges lbegoo news growing popu
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enemies is a sign of mt-rit. This ole nly that truth might prevail, he was: Iii rit). .

I an alHo1.ot idea, itis true, but the entitled in the oefrnse of his character The people i I nearly every state are I
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race of fciatttaiuen will perish when to proudly name as: signalizing taking interest, and llii'ikiu:; for ---

three are no new applications frr the the merit pf bis career as a man ands th mdvts. Already the candidates

: a a senator, but all of it are being tlisCUised by th. common
was omitted
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idea.Mr. ._ .
Harris's letter id opportune. It in such (simplicity that the casual- people II s> hrs not been done for write Us For Prices.OCALA' .

I 1> well fora aau.to know what bin reader would never be reminded of many years. I have net, many peo
en.>my fayaal>o.ut him, and to answer the omif-siou. pIe in Florida the lat three months

him, UoIIt''haUy when there mustat'tlltarlly Senator Titliaferro's answer to these and nine tenths of those with whom 1

be borne who are willingto charges of the malconlent.oisafpleudid I have converged are sttUlled for I r' r

> believe what the eutmy sajs. ThusIt paper. It i is on the plane of ex- Hearst. And, why not, they cannot

;" ia Mr. S'otkton has r-roclaimtd Mr. cell lice with the immortal orations of pick a thw m him JlU effort in behalf -

Tallaferro as:! unworthy to be our Demontnenes lu his defense of his of the people has seldom been
FLORIDA.
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,.. Junroraeuatar and by an earues'ntiss: right to the gift of a golden crown equaled, and never surpassed! } ,
indeed a past-ion worthy of a better frown tie Athenian Senate, whose lIe is: great in executive ability! ,

cause, ar.d by an appeal to the hecsa- peoptedid nut forget the man who strong in mental attainments, truu

live ear of that poverty which is ever had struggled to preserve her Iihl"Jtiel. in his conception of thing, and more ?

ready now to bear its own justification Hit modesty in reciumitg the treat than gftierou-t iu his treatment of i

accounted for by charging it to occasions of his eminent services to mankind.! If he is elected! presidentand

the cucctKs of the thrifty, this impatient ( I a"m sure he will be if romina

1' but hopeful candidate for Mr, Greece the aspersions defending,! and bimselt fake charges against ted) he will combine the rno'lenttion THE CARhUCHAEL Sa SON COMPANY

TVliaftrro'a position has corralled a brought by Atchins were grandly of Jefferson with the bravery of ,
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following which III not be numerous !impressive, and be was triumphant Jackson. He will be the friend of .
enough for success, yet sufficient in the masses and not the subservienttool Dealers.I
'1- :Mr. Taliaferro in his answer, even Importers) aid
J the importance that tomea of respectable exhhibitsa more simple modesty in of the the trusts and like clasps.
elllzt'( ship of Florida tot All that the lovers of monopoly
referring to the] events and matters
t' command Ihe respectable attention may say, will not, cannot, check the
I and truthful explanation of Mr. Talia- than that n did Ht-cled Demonthenesin great honor upon his great him tide now floating the Hearst boom High Grade Wlislies) { Wines, Brandies Etc. '

I frees and the hope of the people. ,
answer. ruth, however, must pre-
A minimum of greatness. a mint James Gordon Bennett may write
vail, and Senator Taliaferro will also
t- mom of mediocrity, and a maximum triune ph.--Times-Uniou. his sarcastic objections, and ridiculethe OCALA FLORIDA.

I hf Inutility in men born for politics poorer class of our citizens, but

t seems in many cases equally ai trac No Need For Bitterness. he will fall to convince any one of Crcedmoor: Belle oj' Ocala:

'. tive for the elective franchise as ia the In this campaign in Florida, there his sincerity, for the American peo- A Pure Kentucky Whiskey: made of the
maximum of greatness. It's a pOlJrflCUie 13 no need for individual or journalistic ple know only too well that Mr. very finest grain, and guaranteed to be as Full quarts, $,1. four quarts in box, delivered .
pure as the purest; full quart; S1.50; four S4; twelve quarts. delivered, lE l2.
of a candidate that Has no following acrimony The contest should Bennett resides in Paris and not in
quarts in box, delivered, 0; twelve quarts, Soar
as political incidents accidents be conducted by all participatingupon New York. They know that his delivered, SIC.A Mash:

I and miracles reveal. Just so a high plane of that courtesy newspaper is not democratic, but Full quart, 75 cents; four full quarts in box,
I. with Mr. Stockton. which exists between honorable gen while pretending to be neutral, thatit tile.A A AWakerZ $3; twelve quarts, delivered, Sl>.

f Tbe nine counts in the indictmentformed tlemen discui-siDg subjects of mutual ia I republican in disguise. And Full l quart, $1.50; four quarts in lox, $5; Stewart
twelve quarts $16.
1 ky Mr. Stockton which Mr. interest. iS'o man of line feelings and why any newspaper should! care to =-- This is a Pure Maryland Rye, at the very
Harris says forms the basis of the lofty impulses is elevated in his own publish what he says regarding this OldPrivate Stock: !lowpriceoficentsafull: t1uartfourquart.

t: charges of high crimes and misdemeanors esteem or that of others by engaging: go\'ernmeut-ils present or its futureis Full quart, $1.50; four quarts in box, deliv in box, :3 J; twelve quarts, delivered, f&.

of the senator against be lu an unseemly quarrel in which insulting more than I can understand. He ered. SG; twelve quarts, delivered, $16. Imperial Cabinet:
whose vote he t'i'itht'or innuendoes says if the people went Hearst let
party auticipius r are
OldCrow; The best whiskey on the market for family
comparing his election not noly involve exchanged.: Such contests engenderanimosities them have him, and they will. There use. Full quart, $l.50; four quarts in box,

; the political, but the personal: that last for years, estranging notanother man iuourcuuutry who Six box,years4; twelve old. quarts Quart,, 5i'$l.OOefour. ; quarts in delivered $0: twelve quarts, delivered, 816.
Intergrity of Mr. Taliaferro as senator friends and sowing seeds of could unite the party as Hearst! can, rr'll er's I/l.''.1..1..1.''' '' '- Cabinet:
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citizen and as democrat.Mr. dilution that produce a harvest of f and while I would vote for any man Wedding Bell; Ten years old. The best whiskey on the
Stockton were able to prove discord to detriment of the stele that the party may nominate I shall Full quart] 51.25; four quarts in box, $5; market for medical purposes. Try it and bo
them then, indeed, he may he nid The man who conducts the argument, continue to work for the nomination twelve quarts, 15; $1 per short quart. convinced. Per quart, 8;.

to not only be doing the state some as a gentleman, should always fed 1 of W. R. Hearst.

;' service, but protecting the demctlrll.ii"t better after the contest is over. He Mississippi, South Carolina, Illinois Comm on wealth\Straili111, \ 'iskey; :: Oscar Pepper; ,

tic party of Florida from a traitor has the approval of his own con and Kansas, have already shown that Made in Spring lS92.t i and is Ictthddires; We have on hand a limited amount of this
Rut on the other hand, if Mr. Stockton : science as well as of all intelligentmen he is their choice and Florida! will from the wood in full quarts, at Sl.rOcteo excellent whiskey, which is genuine, at ft
I/'- twelve quarts, $15.
per case.
does not prove these charges then ; and, whether he wins or loses, surely give her support to his cai'se
what h i his position before the atate he retains the respect of friend and if the people instruct their delegates Yellowstone; H: ]I. .JlcBI'ayer;
... as a citizen and as: a member of the foe like he has nothing to regret or in the primary.: A tine old whiskey, distilled by Taylor & At $S per case. These goods are standard,
Williams, and guorenteed to be and unand be
pure cannot beaten anywhere.Hqllis .
democratic party? Is it any t'E'r feel ashamed of; and, if he is a victor If as claimed by the old adage "that adulterated. And, say, if Yellowstone interferes '
J. than that in which he basso passionately his triumph will not be marred b S everything comes to those who wait," with your business, quit business. ; Pure Mlle Whiskey;

sought to place Mr. Taliaferro? any rankling animosity from his defeated we now feel sure as we have waited ? Price 1.50 per
11 We think not. Where glory and opponent-PunU Gorda long for a man of the people to pre- 0. F. C.; and is surely the 1 finest goods on the market;

shame are in the balance all the more, Herald. |. side over the destiny cf the republic. A pure sour mash Bourbon in full quarss. quart, 82: case, $IS.
glory to him who wins the glory, and Until recently we have been favorably There never was a time when our government Double stamp goods; distilled 1S9G( ; bottled Wilson Whiskey
H10j; guaranteed pure, and.a fine whiskey
: :' all the sb'ame to him who deserve toward the needed a change more, and It needs I
disposed k
more presidential for medical purposes; quart 51.'..>.5", case $12. no comment, as everyone now81t.
> the shame. aspirations of Senator Gorman; but in our whole country we haven't another quart, .?1,25; case, $12.

When Ben Hill and Alexander but we consider that his attitude upon man who, by nature, orcireum- Maryland Club; Mammoth Cave:
Stephens were great in their day and the canal question has virtually puthim stances, can more meet the needs This whiskey is made from the very best In full quarts, pints and half pints; bottled in
: earth and
grain has
I on always given satisbond in
Spring ln.l made In
than \V. R. Hearst Let ; Spring 1391.
: us get to
generation they had a furious cOlltroTerey out of the
There
race. can be no faction. We guarantee it to our customers It's fine and can't be
simply beat.
Charges and counterchargeswere question but that a large majority gether and at the primary instruct t as a fine medical whiskey. Per bottle (short 5UiO 75 cents half pmt 40 Quart, 4
I our delegates for Hearst, iu the event i ; pmt, ; cents; case
a made honor the democrats measure) $l,5i; case, $lj. 115 for
involving political and an overwhelmingmajority he has the New York delegation behind I quarts.
Integrity and veracity of each other of the whole l voting population him. GEO. G. MATHEWS. I
Details aliened facts were made of We Solicit Mail Orders For
by the
country, desire the A big cut in neckwear and 75 Any Quantity. .
I Mr. Stephens rr fleeting upon Mr.H ill.1 prompt ratification of the Panama cents four-in-hand ties marked down i

a' Mr Hill denied the charges and clos- Treaty.-Feusacola News. to 39 cents. Chambers Shoe Co. 1 15 Write' for Our Price List on Bulk Goods, Beer, Eto ,

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ROAD FUND. that $6047.28 was expended for the I
DECLINES THE HONOR.
ICE KING RUNS RIOT
purchase of good roads machinery.I .
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beg to state that there has been col. \ Dr. Crawford Resigns Place to Senator

To the Honorable Board of County lected for the road fund, under the acts Ben Tillman. WEST DYSPEPSIA
3 Commissioners, In and for Marion I} IN N2RTILP NO
S of 1903. from persons who have paidno Columbia, S. C., Jan. 2C.-Dr. T. A.
Count). Florida:
taxes, for the purpose of maintaining Crawford, of RocK HAl, one of the

Gentlemen; In compliance with your the public roads and bridges in the first trustees Wlnthrop College MercuryTumbles Below Zeroat
made at the last
request meeting of the county, according to districts, as follows who, on Thursday last, was elected a

t board asking for a statement of the finances : member of the board of trustees of Several Citie. .

I of this county. particularly with In district Xo. 1, $290:! ; in district Xo. that institution to succeol Senator B.
BELOW AT CHICAGO.
FIFTEEN
reference to moneys expended on -, $159; in district No. 3. J455.80: ; in R. Tiilmuu, has declined the. honor In FOi

,unty roads and I the following :
generally with refer- message
district Xo. 4, $428; in district Xo. 5, I Several Deaths Are Reported From
i-nce to the other funds of the county, "'1'h< disiinsyshcd services of Senator -
$133: -making a total collection of
I \>fg to report as follows: Tillutan to Winthrop college render the Unprecedented Cold Wave th..t
I $l4S7J0.Vhlch amount has been plac
For the year 1902.:! expended in road ed In the general road fund. his continuance on the board a Is Sweeping Portions of the Un.ted
public nec s aity. I cannot accept I
districts as followsTI : '
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In comrlUnte with jour further request the election in his stead and herebytenj States.

.-' I beg to state that in 1902 from ,
Xo. :I Xo. 3 Xo. 4 I o S r lay resignation. Chicago. Jan. 2G.-Piercing colamade .
I January 1 to December 31. there was I M'
This iueaage, it is said, explains the
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j-. s 6 .) 37 lo ;; tIle whole northwest suffer to-
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$
hb-1 439 6574 103: 56o 795 paid to the county commissioners as ex teelmg of the community toward the uay.

Mar. '''., 34 711 79 II 4 00 316 5 57 officio superintendent of the public collt' C.'Cbis.
Apr 3io 4" 3% If 4441 b6 181 The thermometer reached 15 below
.My :II 14 37 04 lIS 71 ::156 4S! 77 J3 07 46 roads in the districts as follows: action on the part fjf Dr. Crawford m Chicago. The record here is 23

J!IDe... :r6 55 9 0 ti6 u 203 29' 51 40 Xo. 1. $18.25; Xo. 2. $48.30:; ; No. 3, is regarded as more itiau liberal
Jaly. 55 85 317 4 93 113 Z24 501 71 91 degrees below, and there is some expectation
Ag I $5 IS ::130 14 53 70 107 561 17M goM'p $28: Xo. 4. $31.25:! ; Xo. 5, $10.73. !because Dr. Crawford himself was that a new low point willie
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gn 07 :zS S 3S ur 76 196 Ia a8 board three
legislated off the about
Oct_ 40 79 173 U II as ISa 471 104 59 For 1903-Xo. 1. $36; No. 2. $27.10; touched before .the cold spell is

Nov ..t 429 61 41S 43 75 459 56 6Drcj $ No. 3, $48; No. 4, $28.75to.; 5, $28. years ago. inded.
410 55 160 16 3 406 u6 47 rhere were many new bllli In the Nature's Giftlfrom he,, Sunny taothAmirlea
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On the hard roads your chairman.Mr. Oae man frozen stiff was found by
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Touri6j 86l p-3j f 545I ;$ $ 'a 47I house Saturday one Dy w. L. MBUQiin '
H. W. Long who was duly nominated pedestrians on an outlying part of
of Greenville seeks to permit the
I OJ No. No. t No. 3 No. 4 NO.5JaaJ and elected superintendent of the _._#ft.." ..._ _. _, ..aft.I1 .. ... .I Thirty-second street. He had apparently tioteTh .
I ..;, .&iJUuwtu ui uiauuerie.. uiewenes: L:
: I6l 1 1180491 6oo$4o76.1 35 <>SI" hard roads was paid on the Blitchton I and "blending establishments in citiesof i struggled along until exhausted

Ptb_ 11198, 119 13 91 86 lOoJ 3S 35 road, $2; on the Anthony hard road 10,000( Inhabitants and over. The by the cold he having dropped unconscious e
Mar.Apr.. .. Jo6 19910: log 23 101 95 220 01 and literally was frozen to .
$83.75 the Cotton Plant hard road.
603JM a 80 ; on bill provides that the blending shalle
15] 95 5 105 50 :219 334 4 *- ,
.. death in his tracks in the s ow. The .
Msy. 182 62 1gS
37 4.S 78,83 J .$8; on .Slh' r Springs hard road, $4. ) done under supervision of tha fed' '
J..e'._.. 1555 io .. 755 9S'53 unidentified corpse was taken to a U a nati nf of dyspeptics; the use of lird.in cooking It the
July. 1937llj 8189 400a :250: 800 Total. $97.75. eral government.The .
Aur M' 35 54 :28 oo 8g 's :20750 morgue. There was countless instances main eause. For your own protection you should divorce yourself from
Sept.. 2'13 95 135 39 164 : 198 90 :137 25 I further report in accordance with annual report of the state boardof of frozen and hands. all food cooked with lard. Instead use Cottoltnt, the purut and mat1

(h1 ... al5 Al 8g 43 99 9 r4J3 162 66 66 92 your request as to the amount received dispensary control, which was ears palatable} ihortining possible to produce.: Cottolene is made from refined.
Nov ... 124 61 97 55 59 55 35S 75 55 93 Traffic was greatly hampered. The '
: IJtC_ Zt11 32 S25 :22 22 i 10 :2*) 25 from the state on account of the one made to the governor, shows the total vegetable oil and choice beef suet. is full of richness, yit free from dyipeptia. -

-- -- mill tax and interest common school sales for the year to have been (2,817- bitter cold experienced today at 15 It will give you better food, and food jvhicn: will agree with you. I
_Tolalifjooj. 53,$1326, 41 $1155 37 {1123 73 $1794 n, on degrees below zero is the most intense Cottolene is never eold in bulk. It come in awed white pails with .
!38.77./: Of this amount the school
fund from the state outside of county so far this winter in Chicago. red label and band. In the center of the label it our trade mark-a tteer'a !

A comparison between the totals of collections as follows as shown by und gt; $l 6.266. The net profits that stretching to the northwest, the head in cotton plant wreath. Cottolene is not exposed to all the odor I

ISO: and 1903 will show in district Xo. treasurer's books: nave accrued to, and equally divided which surround it; lard is, because it usually comes in bulk. The Qualityof

1, $464.67, expended in 1903 more than between, the counties and towns, mercury shows a swiftly descending Cottolene is guaranteed, we stand behind it. You take no chances in
Feb-
In 1902 we received as follows.
scale the minimum in the United its

I In 1901 In district No. 2 there was expended ruary 18, interest on common school amount Grand to total 512 of. IC.35. States being at Bismarck and Willie- use.Forestall dyspepsia by the use of Cottolcne. Any good grocer: will

In 1902 $739.94 more than in fund $1622.80; June 12. on account of earnings for the year ton in North Dakota where the official supply you One trial will make you wonder why you tuck to hog lard
fcr school
fund and counties
and
. ISO!. In district No. 3 there were ex- one mill tax. from the state $2434.20, figures are 38 degrees below zero. to IOlli.u

landed In 1903 $610.01 more than in November 14, on account of one mill towns earnings$638,432.35.of last Increase over the The crest of the wave, is. however I USE ft LESS. Cottolene being richer than either lard or cooking
year J71.584.02. butter one-third less is required.
_tJ J>02. In district No. 4 $:i.51 were expended tax $2922.50.:! Total for 1902. $6979.50.For beyond the national boundary line,
FREE: 1In4 us a 9c stamp to pay postan ted well man you a copy of our book.
in 1902 more than in 1903. In 1903-February 16, interest on BELLEVUE HOSPITAL CROWDED. Mmnedosa, N. W. T.. reporting 38 below ,"riom. .n lpV edited bf Mr*. Borer which contains 900 chOke redoes
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from the ctuntri's noted cooks.Htta
district No. 5 there were $649.64 expended 28 zero.
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common school funds $1670; May
ealr to THE N.K.FA1RB1NK COMPANY.Dent 502 Chiaf
In 1903 more than In 1902. Total 30 intereston There are no telegraph stationsnorthward
one mill tax $2922.50; June Great Hospital Has More Patients thanIt .

amount expended in 1902 in all five common school fund I. W. C., Can Accommodate.New from Minnedosa.

of the districts was $7831.29. Total $5405.17: Nov. 16. one mill tax. $2753.40. York Jan. 28.-Bellevue hospi- II- ----.-- -- .

amount expended in all of the districts Total. 1275127. A difference paid in tal and its allied institutions are BO Twenty-Seven Below.
LaCrosse Wis., Jan. 26.-The
: for 1903 was $59315. There was expended 1903 over that of 1902 of $5791.77.I crowded with patients that in the former gov'ernuient
thermometer here reached 27
as a total In 1903 over that extended further report as haying been received alone 120 are lying in Improvisedbeds
below this while thermometers
morning private
the floor.
In 1902:! of $711.86. on Mtoin )
r.i- from the state the following This state of affairs has come to registered from 32 to 3ti I
In 1902 there was expended. actual amounts: May 26, 1902 amount from below.
igut through a meeting of the .
: money outside of convict labor for allS comptroller on account of hire of con hospital
trustees. Resolutions will be presented the Jainl] orfor Uti
road purposes, including the building of victs. $1095.96; November 21, amount Coldest in Thirty Years.
at
a special meeting Wednes-
# hard rock roads. etc.. the sum of $14- from comptroller on account of hire of day asking the mayor to assist in Racine. Wis.. Jan. 2G.-The weather Stock on file larai ttjgITKllSMl

S70.99. There was expended in 1903 convicts $2173.10. These amounts for Cringing about the erection of a new here this morning was the coldest *

actual money outside of convict labor. this year were paid into the fine and and larger hospital on the Bellevue Racme has seen in thirty years, the

: for all rood purposes including $6047.28 forfeiture fund for criminal expenses. site. An unusually large number of thermometer standing at 26 degrees a S '
L
.- for the purchase of good roads machin- 1903-June, 4. amount from comptroller cases of: pneumonia amounting almostto below zero.

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?ry. the sum of $::,513.56-a differenceof on account or nire 01 conv.L.icis,, lor "mac' an epidemic has been reported to

$7842.59 more than was expended and forfeiture fund $2178.12; on account Superintedent Sickard for so much Coldest Since 1887.
Duluth Minn.. Jan. 26.-The coldest
during the year 1902. On the 1st day of county proper, $726.04; Octo- overcrowding.There .
t weather noted in Duluth since Jan.
\ of January, 1902. the road fund had ber 13, amount from the same source are 200 cases at Beilevue now
and the disease which 2, 1887, when the thermometer regis
1 outstanding warrants to the amount oft for F. and F. fund. $769, county proper has been fostered tered 41 below e BetiAiiistfc Ia
the degrees zero, prevailed
by weather
condition in
the
"\\*liO.09. On January 1, 1903. there of
: f- fund $769, as provided in the Acts yesterday the lowest point recorded
last two weeks shows
no 'signs of .
were outstanding on this fund $5715.66 1903 for the distribution of proceeds lessening.The being 37 degrees below zero, about 9 D '

which Is shown during the year 1902 a arising from this source. Total received p'clock in the morning. This morningit
. 1.-" doctors and the nurses at Belle-
# reduction of outstanding indebtedness for 1903: UH .16. A difference over was 32 degrees below. At Ely.
vue are working under high pressure
.t to the amount of $2394.43. In January that of 1902 of 117310. I find expended owing to present conditions and many it was 47 below. At Bivabik, 42 .

1903. there was outstanding against in the general fund for the year 1902 of them are becoming exhausted. degiees was shown at S in the morn- -

this fund. $5715.66. In January. the sum of $13,615.65. In the general In!:. J. F. EDWAPDS' '

1904, warrants outstanding against this fund for 1903, there was expended $11.- ROBBERS BLOW SAFE.

, I' fund amount to 10736.65, showing anIncrease 581.97. A difference expended in 1902 Six Below at Detroit S

. Detroit Mich.. Jan. 26-1'he official BIG WHISKEY HOUSE
of outstanding indebtedness for general expenses over that of 1903 Bandits Make "Kiingi Very Lively at
thermometer in the United States ,
S during the year 1903 of $5020.99. Of of $2033.68.:: Titusville, Fla.
; weather bureau registered 6 below Gainesville and Ocala. Fla. S
this $10,736.65 outstanding warrants. The outstanding indebtedness of the Titusville Fla., Jan. 26.Cracksmenblew
,
zero for eight hours last night.St. S
the safe of the
: January 1. 1904. It must be remembered general fund January 1902, was open postofflce (O O
here earlv Sunday morning and took s. I r I -=
1903. 10066.63
1.
$7979.30. January
.
Paul Shivers from Blizzard.St. .
Q
all the casn in it. amounting to nearly
an Increase of indebtedness during the $400. Paul Mian., Jan. 26.-Thirty degrees oo '1

year 1902 of $2087.33. The Indebtedness below zero was the official *** '
II WEEDSConsumption I They first went to a blacksmith shop
I on January 1, 1903 shown by the and secured a sledge hammer crow weather record today. S. cH".
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outstanding warrants $10,066.63. On Si8 = ?
bar and other tools They then broke V S c = _
January 1, 1904. the outstanding Indebtedness open the doors of the safe. Theysecured Wintry Weather In Milwaukee. -, '" 5 *

was $7975.58. showing a reduction about Milwaukee Wis.. Jan. 26-This. city .
only $20 in silver
overlooking "
,. .0.-.. as =
is a human during the year 1903 of $2090.95 bills, checks and postofficeonlers. is experiencing the coldest weather! 1< SO- -GIS. S 5= 23

iS weed flourishing best in weak Fine and forfeiture fund from which since 1887, the thermometer registering .Ec- e) -'ZJa =- -
-
v lungs. Like other weeds it's criminal expenses are paid exclusively. Two men were arrested at New 23 degrees below zero, ,= ;

while In 1902 there was expended Smyrna charged with the robbery andrroughl' -- 5 *
;
easily destroyed young Several Deaths from Blizzard. -
: $6343.41. In 1903 there was expended here and placed in jail. = .
when old, sometimes im Winnipeg, Manitoba Jan. 26.-A S S
in 1903
$7108.37. A difference expended
. mJ possible. over that of 1902 of $764.96. The Indebtedness Witchcraft Charged to Woman. blizzard is raging here. There have o I 4 I II
been several deaths reported. I "
Strengthen the lungs as you of this fund January 1. 1902 Pottsville. Pa., Jan. 26.-Mary Tarn- o I FAMOUS AX1IEU&UR IIUSC'll 11EEII I -'

would weak land and the was $3967.97; January. 1903. wa burello has been arrested before a HERROS ON WARPATH. ________--___ I..

" weeds will disappear.The I $1258.71-a reduction during the year justice on complaints made by James FN E WINES WflI3KIE8and BRANDIES.

; best fertilizer is i iScott's W02 of $2 09.8S. Outstanding on January Gennecarro who declares the woman Many Settlers and Families MurderedIn My'!,OO Rye or Bourbon al.._ __.i$1.75lMyU00G1n I atZoo _. ...?,??.?
lung ... __
1. 1903. $1258.71. and on January 1. Is exerting an influence My 1.50 -- My 2.oo: '::Carolina Corn St. -'tr.
uncanny
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upon Southwest Africa. My 3,00 It ........_.....2.56: My 2.50 M'tuDewjorsaj' .
Emulsion. Salt porkis 1904. $833.38-showing a reduction ot them. The mysterious death of some My 4.00 It __ --_ 3.00 i My 3.00" .. .e e. .. ''M
hardto Berlin. Jan. 26.-An official dispatch My s.oo Gin at ____ _._;_ ..... ..75 1 My 4.00" It .. .. .. -
but it is chIckens. a pet dog and a cat fluaa-
good too very the indebtedness in 1903 of $425.33.The from Wlndhook German Southwest My iMiiMr 4.00NewgugIasdRumat. _.1 ,2

digest. total indebtedness of the county, clal reverses are attributed and some to her.other Alleged misfortunes Africa, says the Germans have lostbeally The Jug anrKeg-T( Made a Special Feature

shown by the outstanding warrants on in unsuccessful to Insendingyourordevsalway.seadenough to coyer the cot of lup.
The time to treat consump-- On January threatening to kill the couple and< attempts _gaUonju.lsc2-gal1oajag,2sca"iallDajur.3s ; kegs.$1. Half-rano. jigs. I
$20.047.
1, 1S02:!, was
tion is when begin trying January to burn their home over their heads relieve Okahandja that five settlers II sell more whiskey and better whiskey any house la FUrttabecau 1 rift rood.
you 1, 1903 the indebtedness of thecounty and their entire families have been estgoodi aDd full measures
led them to resort to a, court of law. trialorder rwUtconWnceyottthat"w are the peonie" Term.n.h wtt'tlleorcer.
to hide it from yourself. was $17.041-showing a reduction -
not murdered and the Herros are threatening Youra.auloultoplue.
Judge Johnstone being able to 3' f. EDWABDS.
Others see it, you won't.Don't of the indebtedness of the countyas find any law for witchcraft held the Windhoek. A German patrol D

wait until you can't a whole of $3006. On January 1, woman for her alleged threats. which has engaged the natives near -1

1903 the Indebtedness, or outstanding Kope Farm lost a reserve officer, Van
S deceive yourself any longer. __u H _
warrants, amounted to $1O41, and on Alleged Murderer Captured. Boysen. one noil-commissioned officer

: Begin with the first thought l January: 1, 1904; the outstanding warrants Raleigh N. C, Jan. 26. Will and six men killed. .

Scott's Emulsion. If The garrison of Windhoek numbers
S to take or indebtedness of the county Adams tha negro under suspicion ai
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consumption soS 18545.72 showingan 250 men, part of the force being
thereby was
it isn't really shown
the murderer of the
negro woman horsemen, with the two machine guns. I
much the better; you will soon increase upon the total indebtedness Bridgers and her two young children Biliousness

forget it and be better for the during the year 1903 of $2504.72.:! : bas been captured. The woman and /' Makes

If it is consumption There has been, during the years 1902 children were brained with an ax. in Many Entries Made. / Chronic Invalids.

treatment. and 1903, In round numbers, sixty milesof a cotton patch. The alleged murderer Chicago, Jan. 26.-More than 3,500! "
be I Wheatheiveriatorpidaadfailsiodoitawort,
to
S, you can't expect public roads chartered and openedat was located in his home and ent ies have been received for the '
the bile enters the blood as a virulent Ttea
I poison.
t I cured at once, but if you will public\ expense. made a desperate resistance. The eighth annual exposition of the Na. '
CODes constipation, biliousness, sick headache ferns \
L time and will be Respectfully submitted. posse after him fired into the windows tional Fanciers' and Breeders' association '
begin in I and malaria. The only treatment that gites the tint Jan 1
: S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk. and were beginning to break into the which opened at the Sevent'hRegiment
regular in your treat the right touch and starts Nature's wort u the ngtt
S rigidly house, when Adams surrendered. He armory today and will con- ( '

ment you will win. Mr. Booth LowrJ. has made a partial confession. tinue all the week. Seventeen hun. Banner it

,S Scott's Emulsion fresh air, The above named distinguished dred pigeons will be exhibited, as will 'D A.VOIl'S[ LIVER PILLS
Cruiser at Mobile.
German
\
1,500 chickens: ducks, geese and turkeys
S rest all you can, eat all you gentleman from Mississippi, who lectured Mobile Ala., Jan. 26.-The German 200 cats and 100 dogs. Rabbitsand J "ANDTONIG PELLETS I/I/IS

can, that's the treatment and at the armory :Monday night, third-class! cruiser Falke Commander guinea pigs will be shown also. The pin touches the liter, and the pelleu woe i o / I

I: : that's the best treatment. was again in our city Sunday and I Paul Vehncke is in port from Havana Entries have been made from every \ system.

', and will remain. until Saturday when state in the union as well as from \ / /
delivered
S We will send you that night a very splendid she will sail for Mexican waters. A England and Germany. More than 25 doses for$days cost 25 cents and nil*

;L- little of the Emulsion address, having as his subject reception will be tendered the officers $10,000 will be distributed in prizes. \ \ lees your case is exceedingly tod,.you 7 /
a \ win be well before you finish them.Sample / I
free. "How Daniel Became President." by leading German residents.<
free. For sale at

I thAt this: picture io Mr. Lowry is an eloquent, earnest Arrested as Accomplice. all dealers.
B. lure
theevery "Old Forty-Nlner" Dead. Louisville. Jan. 26.-Joseph Keotger
label IS on
the tana 01 a and fluent orator and a largecrowd
,.nppcr of bottle of New York Jan. 26.-General Wil- a. prominent joung man of Bedford,
S tm D JIIU bu). 1 1i greeted him Sunday night and for Kibbe an old Indian
liams Caauncey Ind., was arrested at that place todayon
SCOTT &BOWNa forty five minutes be held the very In California
fighter and gold hunter the charge of complicity in the

_ i Chemists, closest attention of his listeners and during 1849, is dead at his home in Sarah Schaefer murder and broughtto

a 409 Pearl St., N. Y. all were thoroughly charmed and de. Brooklyn from tuberculosis. He was Jeffersbnville penitentiary to avoid

all druggists. lighted with his sermon. 82 years of any possibility of mob violence. POST OFFICE DU STORE.: OCALAFLA. ,
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I MR. MATHEW'S GOOD WORK. I Mr. Bryan to so state t>> the rclitftdtlat. I

r i> I l can people. Amt'ri'l IN DENSE FOG AND in.. E.BIGGS, J"

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I 1 I The whole' state of Florida is indebted The letters teem with valuable information -
SMOKE CARS CRASHOver ATTORNEV.AT.LAW.

: I to Mr. George G. Mathews are written in a pleasing (Office!. G ry-Btw Block.)

the Rood work he accomplished a! and forceful manner and are well OCALA. FWIJOA.

1i s proxy for General Bullock on the stat worthy of the distinguishes writer Thirty Persons Were It D. FCU.KR. _

i executive committee at its recent Reported Injured. DENTIST.

session iu Jacksonville. SIXTY BODJES HAVEBENRECOVEREO Over Monroe Ik OumbfcM .. Oc.... FW. :
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FATALLY.
SOME OF THEM 1
tome of the members of the com I .
51. THOMPSON.PUYSIUAN
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I mutee wttutedau early primary,bum the Other,
II One Car Had Stopped When AND &VKOKON.
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i \ I I a late primary, )Ir. Mattievta harmonized Running at High Rate of Speed, Office over Tea-pot Grocery Oyp. Mttet....

if y I OCALA. FLA.SPENCER. .
the opposing factious by
f propoa Crashed Into Motorman Staid at
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jug a couiprouiUie' and happily hi. Many of Them Aro Almost Post and Received Broken Back. EDWIN ._ .

wise and! timely sugifeg'.iouvu tc- Um ignizibie.: St. Louis, Jan. 28.-More than 30 ATTORN F Y-AT-LA W,

1'ej.tetl. persons were injured some of them OCALA 7-.t* 'LOa IDA,

As a result, the primaries are c.illd HORROR IN THE HARWICK MINE. fatally when cars on the Broadway -
line collided today. Most of the seriously J K. CHASE, _
f nut too early and not too late aid
I vi tope! of Finding Any of the Entombed injured were taken to the Alex DENTlsT.

i everybody stews satisfied ','ian Brotherhood hospital while the OCALA, PLaCARLOSI
Men Alive; Has Been Abandoned.
'{bl> oljen of the primary U not to others were sent to their homes. The "
1 Sac! Scenes' Around Entrance to the seriously injured 6ISTXUKK.
I :
give cue candidate an advantage over
Fatal Mine. John Barrington, probably fatal.
another candidate but the whole object I Walter SeHentrltt internal Injuries.J. UTI II AT-LAW.

)9'f -' Pittsburg Jan. 28.-This morning Room e. Muonic BaiUiat, Ocala. fit. } III
/./ la to give the voter an opportunity I I H. Hobeman, internal injuries. -- -

} to judgment the two headings of the south mala William Miller, badly bruised about
pass intelligently
t entry were explored. Sixty bodies I the body. TELEGRAPHIC. BREVITIES.
upon the fitness of the various canal.
victims of the Harwick mine
l exPI-1 Thomas McGovern, both ankles of
HON. ROBERT W. DAVIS, dates for the oHics to which they Ion fin Monday last-have .I I broken. fly the decision Judge OarlaaJ

.. Candidate for Governor of Florida. aspire. ca.'ared.( Most all are burned and I Frank Alter, upper lip cut off. 8. Feryusoo in New Hanofer tnyertot
\ mutilated beon d recognition.The I I court in the trial of Shell Terry tat
of
Christopher motorman
Juergin,
Along the line it is unfortu
same holden
north entry where it Is believed murder only free ota occur
,
I I
the front car, internally hurt, perhaps
A REM0RK0BLE P0PER.s contrary has been lodged against me. nate that Mr. Mathews did not insist! must of the bodies will be found, I fatally. the jury box In North Carolina to capital

I I The Record la accessible to all and I the probably will be reached by searchers cases.
on committee fixing dates for the Both cars were northbound and
appeal with confidence to that., some time today. The hope of i The supreme court of Mluiiilppl d.
were traveling in a smoke fog so
candidates to meet the voters hut
dared the sale of the South
l. Bob. Davis Presents His Claims Serve No MasterAs finding any of the entombed men alive dense that it was. impossible to make against
I have served no master since I perhaps, this part of die work will b e was abandoned. ern s Itta Bens branch to the Tal land
to the People of Florida. 'I out an object a few feet away. The
,f have been in Congress, save only the delegated to the central couiumie< The grief-stricken wives and children front car was stationary, owing to a Mississippi Valley.A .
r To the Democratic Voters of Florida: of the victims who hare stood vagrancy law modeled after the
will of the I shall other -
people serve no Mud there will be uo cause for complaint quarrel over a fare. The second car
.' I have heretofore announced my candidacy should I become governor. siilvering about the mouth of the mine I was coming at a high rate of speed;' Calvin law of Georgia was passed* b)
; on the part of any one.The the Mississippi house I
for the governorship of Florida since the accident occurred, were
State Matters through the fog, the motorman ring .
; things striven for should bi forced to seek this The unite heard further dlicuuioe
rest early morn-
'r and in three or four addresses delivered I am connected with no corporation, ing his gong. When, less than a

in the state I have given' my attitudeon either directly or Indirectly nor do I justice and fairness and when don log, through sheer exhaustion.Soul hundred feet away the front car loomed an the questions of appoint me U te
office made during oongrMttoaal t*
the several public questions which through the fog. Juergin stuckto
own stock In any, nor am I-controlle all la done. Sickening Task.It
listened to the brth.
1 ecu a speech on
.: : seem to be uppermost in the minds of his post, but it was useless to try
by any. But I do not Indiscriminately There is no necessity for bitterness was a soul-sickening task and mlan canal question bf Mr Merry

>- c the people. The time seems now to denounce them or rail against them. trained to the limit the nerves of to avoid a crash. and passed a number of bills of I

have arrived when I may, with propriety As there are good men and bad, ii o nor excitement. the men comprising the starching! The slippery tracks made a quick jemi-public character.

; adopt this method of placing my there are good and bad corporations, The candidates are all democrat a party, many of the corpses baring top an even more difficult matter Tile grand jury at CnUaf Invettt

; -I candidacy more formally.before you.I They are the creatures of law. They and every voter should have the nigh their heads severed or being BO se- thai usual and the car smashed into gating tie Iroauele theater calamityhas
the front The second crash
one. car
want to say that I do not look lightly could not exist it we, ourselves by and d freely and without criticism to expre verelf burned as not to resemble ed its way through the rear of the mado Hi report holding Mayoi
human beings. Pitts burg people will the tad
\ Harrison
owim. BaBiftr
upon the responsibility I am assuming through our legislatures, did not create
a preference. front car, until it reached almost the
attend the last sad rites the
to over employee of the theater for actkm d
: In even becoming a candidate, to exist
them and give them life. They by middle of it. The dozen
or more >
q Every voter has the right and dead. This morning a tram load of pas the grand jury.J. .
: I nothing of the serious responsibilities and not necessarilyinimical '
cay our permission are tengers OB the rear platform of t *
should enjoy the right to coffins left West Pennsylvania eta It Sartaia. of Cblckaaunia, Gfc,
i s I would assume should I become to the public weaL Nor is a express ac front car were jammed together nods
tion in Allegheny for the mine.
1 hn bean Instrumental in spoeiaf I
f governor. No thoughtful man can man a public enemy because he belongsto opinion untrammelled from fear 01 M. tie rear ear. The other ear was
A. undertaker
Clouse. an ofprlngdale. land company with headquarters at

j i: contemplate this undertaking without or is employed by a railroad company apprehension of any kind. was given the contract bye crushed and the passengers inside Minneapolis, Mita., whlel ki t4vftiaiaf

:1: crave apprehensions. Nor do I dis or a steamship line or a bank.Many If he is lot accorded this right th the Allegheny Coal company of buryIng were thrown about M the floor and "home for tr poo la 8uta

count the worth and ability of the distinguished of our best and most honored citIzens the dead and he at once arrangedwith nadir wrecked Heats, wail! aowtrt America"
theory that he is a sovereign is a I of brekra glass fell them.
Floridians who have already are so employed, while thousandsof James Fullerton to assume con upon Tk trial o? August Mica and ail

} entered the same field and who are as- our young men sons of farmers and fiction. trol. Each body will be embalmed Juergin, the motorman, caught the alleged accomplice la tM portal! .
full force of the collision.
.: 1 plranta for the same office. They are artisans and merchants alike are entering MR. BRTAN'S EUROPEAN LETTERS and will be given a grave of Its own. He was frauds has entered ea lea third ...k.
cut and crushed and his back brok
; gentlemen of high character and unquestioned these fields of human endeavor General Appeal To Be Made. en. He will tit. It is thought that the government win

; : patriotism. As I could say Corporations, however, being creaturesof close He cue ..today.Piuldfnt .
The letters from Hon. William J. Bernard Callaghan, deputy state A panic ensued en both cars, and I .
nothing truthfully against them in private law, should be controlled by law and la the for Rooaevelt hai appointed
mine Inspector of the Ninth district fight escape children and
J life I shall not, for the sake of obtaining when they undertake to go beyond their Bryan, appearing exclusively in the H. Smith Woelef, a farmer bishop oi
upon coming to the pit mouth after women were trampled on and the
1 oS office undertake by innuendo charter powers or to ignore the public i New York American, giving his im-- hours' of work of rescue in the mine weaker ones were beaten against the the Mormon church, to be as ayr ol
the mint at Boise City, Idaho
1 or otherwise to cast aspersions upon good they should be checked. prebsions during his recent trip to stated that he believed that by tonight wreckage by the stronger. I
The house the
them or either of them in public life. To this end I believe we should maintain all the bodies wiH have been passed army appro
Europe are very admirable produc pnation bill carrying approximately
It is not important or necessary to the a railroad commission vested with removed from the mine. A general TRAINS CRASH TOGETHER.Fatal .
tions and show him to be I |7i, OOO<\O. after adopting a
keen
a
people of Florida that I should be gov- ample power and officered by men of very appeal for aid for the families of the of amendments DQmbnvI

erupt, but it is important to them, and wisdom and patriotism. and analytical observer. miners who lost their lives throughthe Accident on St. Louis Iron I
r The Interstate Association of
I It essential to the future explosion will be Issued from the Mountain and I j
prosperity I am opposed to trusts and have, so HIs letter describing Glasgow, Scot Southern. National Guard officers It in acute
t of the that little mining village of Harwick with Diaz Ark, Jan. 8-The
state, political schisms, voted in Congress. land, is especially interesting. southbound I at Augustine, General' Chance ,

j ,. bickerings and contentions should bej" I believe the primary system for in the next 48 hours. passenger train on the St. Louis, Iron Dick presiding.
Mr. Bryan thinks it is the best governed An effort will be made to raise at Mountain and Southern
avoided. I shall contribute as little toward road and aBatesvllle
nominating party candidates is the best Rumor is published In London that
city in the world and it standout least $10,000 which amount, it is figured : branch train
that kind of politics as I may be and only true method of arriving at the s crashed together further cabinet resignations art like

permitted to do. real and untrammelled will of the peo as a model to be copied after. The will be adequate to provide for sear here late last night, killingone ly. Lord Lansdowne I* mentioned M
7. the suffering and almost destitute and
women person injuring three others.
My career has been comparatively pIe. We should maintain and perfectour city owns not only all of its public and children until the warmerweather The Batesville train one of those who will resign.
was destroyedby
humble and uneventful It is primary plan.I utilities It is said that the rebellion of tin
4 all but has gone even a step further comes or until some permanent fire, and two cars of the through
natives In German Southwest Attire
eummed up in the following brief ex ; trust my public life has been suchas and has taken possession of the arrangement can be made for train were burned. I
li due tt the rapacity of German traders.
tract which I take from the Congres to make it unnecessary for me to assure [ caring for them. The dead: I '
alums and has gotten rid of the filth .
sional Directory: friends that I favor Dr.
my progress
and Bodies Brought to Surface. Berkeley Newport, Ark. I The Fiji; islands have been swept byt
;; "Robert W. Davis democrat, of Pa- good government; good schools and degradation that go hand in hand The injured: Three unknown wo I
hurricane which destroyed nUn
Forty-nine hours after the explosion
t> latka was born in Lee county Ga., colleges; the fostering care of the state with these places. The city baa men. I I villages.
in the Warwick mine the first
March 15. 1849, and is the son of Rev. of the old soldiers of the South; good erected healthful, well ventilated and : first dead body was hoisted to the sun The cars caught fire and burned so A number of sporting men from different +

Jesse M. Davis, a distinguished Baptist roads; peace; temperance, and good or comfortable dwellings, which it. [Doe. It was 9:18 this morning when rapidly that it is possible that more southern.. cities were engagedm
I
i. minister; was educated in the com der. For the maintenance and upholding leases to the the: first body was hoisted from the may have perished. A relief trai ;I to watching a big cocking maiD at

< .., mon schools of his native state; entered of all of them I shall work to the poor for an annual rental Bottom of the pit. Then one at a with 12 physicians has gone from here. I! A&eville, N. C. when the place was

: the Confederate service at fourteen best of my ability, whether I am elect of |36. This includes water, time, 21 others were brought from raided and a number of arrest made

.. i years of age and surrendered with the ed governor of Florida or whether I I light and cooking ranges. The cityalso i the black hole and carried to the GIRL HEROINE OF 14. Reports to the state mine Insptc

army of General Joseph E. Johnston at walk the peaceful paths of private citi provides establishments where morgue at the school house. tor of Alabama indicate that the ecll

the close of the war; worked on a farm zenship. families Among the bodies found was that ofa Saved at Least 50 Lives During Iroquois mate of 12,000,000 as the coal outputfor
: can take their wash for the Holocast. 1903 will be
i' fen several years after the war; read ConclusionI stranger. Clothes were on it, andit easily reached.
small sum of seven cents Chicago. Jan. 28.-At the Samaritanh08pital Representatives of
law and was admitted to the bar at'20 know full well that my life has not per week. was only slightly burned. Who southern st *l

years of age; removed to Florida in been an example of what a man oughtalways These places are provided with all he was or what he was doing ia the with her head and left side swathed companies met In New York and, it

i mine no one knows. He bandages lies Carrie Anderson is said discussed the revival of the .. '
1879; was elected to the legislaturefrom to be. I am not perfect and I necessary utensila-washtuba, irons, caused the explosion by lighting may have the child whose deed of heroismat southern iron pool.

Clay county of the latter state in make no high pretensions. If elected to ranges and drying rooms and last match. a the Iroquois fire was recounted In The Mlrrlmac Manufacturing company

1884; was elected speaker of the House the office to which I aspire, I promise, brief during the coroner's inquest Lowell
year they were patronized by thousands Against the theory that the stranger of II"., will construct
of at the session however, to be for all the but whose
Representatives of governor people name has never been learn a third
great cotton
and thousands of families. might have caused the explosions mill at Merrlmac.
i 1885; was balloted' for for governor of of all conditions, and I shall try to the fact that it woufd be contrary ed until today. Ala.

1. { Florida in the state convention held in pursue a course that no FlorIdian will These provisions for the poor not ta all precedent for him to have been Through the steadfast bravery of Mississippi editors have many kind

St. Augustine! in 1888 and, though he blush at or condemn. only make life more loterable but allowed to enter the mine unless he this 14-year-old girl at least 50 Uveswere words to say of the inaugural addref

{ had a large following, failed to receive Very truly and sincerely, more healthful and has been a won save up the matches he carried and saved on the fatal afternoon. of Governor Vardaman.

!; the nomination; was made general attorney S ROBT. W. DAVIS. derful factor went under the care of an experienced She it was who, despite the fact that The Boutell (Rep.), of Illinois addressed -
in driving out and
over- her entire left side
t for the Florida Southerd Railroad guide. was being lappedby the house for neatly two
Florida Philosophy coving diseases. flames, caught the end of the ladder
i Company in 1885, which position H. McMillan, who lead one party hours in reply to statements mate

: i be resigned when elected to Congress; Do not stop to inquire about the The revenues derived by the city ef searchers, said: thrown across the alley from theNorth11"esterIl by Mr. Williams, of Mississippi the

: .. .-' was elected to the Fifty-Fifth, Fifty faults or virtues of a hungry man- from operating ita jail ways, electric Head Blown from His Body guided it to a University firm resting building place and minority leader, In hU "stand pat"n
o speech of few
t Sixth and Fifty-Seventh Congresses open your purse and feed him. and gas plants, etc., are enormous "Fifteen bodies were found in butts the fire escape of the second st6rT. in turn a replied days to ago.Mr. )Boutell fro Williams

t.. and re-elected to the Fifty-Eighth Congress A prayer is in the thought, not 1 In and have made taxes merely nominal.Mr. s. No. 1, of the south'entry. All of Across this ladder many men, women John Mitchell hM beta re-elected

t without opposition. the words. Bryan's last letter describes the them, with the exception of the stranger ind children scrambled to safety. She president of the United Mine Worker
My Political Principles were badly burned was in the balcony with her mother
and mangled lie refused to allow
.. The trial of life is severe an incomprehensible great empire of Russia and is writtenIn who hit salary to bit
I have been during all trey manhooddaYB On man's head was blown off. la was employed as cleaner at the Increased from 3.000 to 15.000.

; : s a democrat, standing always on preparation for an un his usual lucid manner. It dwells the south entry we found two men ly- theater and while she escaped her in order to escape disfranchUemett

my party's platforms and obeying its known destiny. upon the vast area of that empire and tag face downward near each other. mother perished. The child do s Congressman Burleson. of Tem baa

edicts. I was a delegate to the Chicago These had evidently been killed by not know yet that her mothe r I Is Journeyed 3.000 miles
In the silent inner realm of the the wonderful possibilities that are in dead. to pay his poll
r convention of 189 and was the the force ef the explosion. In another tat.
and iniividual soul lifela store for it. He
separate our
was
Florida member of the committee on granted a per place we found six men, all negroes LUMBERMEN BURN'TO DEATH. I The Far Eastern situation ha I..

r platform and resolutions, voting with understood as like begets like. sonal interview with the Czar and I believe. Five were in a heap, slimed a phase that teem to presage -

k the majority of that committee. DuIng rCultivate those states of mind describes him as being an amible and and one was pinned under a car. We Fatal Fire at Hearteaie, Qj., on the speedy war or immediate iQr

the memorable campaign which which invite health happiness and kindly man, who really desires peace found the driver of that entry lying Brunswick and Westerp.Tifton render by Russia. Japan nn called f' .
along the where
i followed and during the campaign of roadway, he had been Ga., Jan. 28.-Two negroei for an answer to her last note, and If
Make hope a fine art trust and not war and to blown. '
' peace. a seems be far in Rooms ten and twelve south that
1900 I did all I could, in my humblet were burned to death in the quartersof is not forthcoming It I II bH,.
fi habit love a boon companion. advance of the official members of entry were caved in to the depth offeet the Hart Lumber ed the mikado will declare
j way, to advance the principles enunciated company, at War.
r, by the councils of my party and A great; many men are indebted to his household and is very much in- 5 There are several men burled Heartsease, on the Brunswick and The trial of Wbitaker Wright ended .
there there
.jr,. { their faults. as are undoubtedlymen Western division of the in a tragedy, within
Atlantic
, Coast an
p contended for by Wm. J. Bryan. I am terested in the progress and welfare buried under the rocks of' tEe hour if-
I I t Line. ter
being convicted
More than all the and
helpful wisdomof *
teaed
now serving my fourth term in the of his subjects. He dwells with mine. For this reason it will be The to
the world is one draught of simplehuman shanty in which tile negroes seven ;years' penal servitude, tf.
:
Congress of the United States, and weeks before all of the bodies are re- were
pleasure on the fact that more than sleeping was burned and their financier was dead, either in
that will
not forsake .
pity us.Pensacola COM*
I since I became a member of the House covered.
j bodies charred to a crisp. Aa Qu nee of heart disease
Journal. I half the population know how to no or poison
of Representatives I ha'e'oted, in one I inspector Cunningham says the air one knew of the fire until the shantywas

., form or another on every important "The nicest and pleasantest medicine : read and write and the proportion is In the mine Is getting better every gone, it is supposed the two men A Life f Stake.

1 principle for which we fought I am I have used for indigestion and : rapidly increasing. The Czar deploresthe hour, but there is still considerablegas were intoxicated and went to sleep If you but knew the splendid merit

< f willing to be Judged by my record ecnstipation is Chamberlain'b Stan "Kishmefi aff lr" and says that encountered. From the condition before the fire and that in some way of Foley'a Honey and Tar you would
of the bodies he
there. I do not pretend to have'oted thinks now that their clothing or the floor of the never be without It. A .
ach and Liver shan dow ,
I Tablets jMelard or two
says
the attitude of Russia is
# grossly mis- the men were killed by the force of
I right always. In the haste ty caught From the'poaition will
and confusion F. of of the prevent attack of
Craig Middlegrove, N. Y: pneumonia
;, of a legislative body men often err "They work like a charm and do not represented by some of the press in as the at explosion first suggested.and not by afterdamp- charred bodies, it is evident they had or 1& grippe. It may sire your lit..

F {. but upon all questions of principle for gripe or have any unpleasant effect-" this matter and he denies that the made no attempt to escape. Poetoftice Drug State OJFOLE1JJom'A.'QAIt
No
,:. which my party battled I tried to be for sale by Anti bionopofy Drug government[ was in anyway responible Mrs W. C. Barnes is quite seriously nothing inquest to was held as there was
warrant
consistent a suspicion ol)
I believe
no charge to the ,
x Store. m for the massacre and wanted sick. foul play
4l Cvu .' .
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,',t WALL STREET- -BROKERS.- -- THE 'STATELY STORK. AN OLD CHURCH BELL tIT FURTHER DISTUS5A.NCES. .. ... +

{ What th.Pnblle Pan to Keep Them feU .-
Immense
.- Power on the Wins
la BBilneii. and IIU Lark or t'olct.In CAME FROM LISBON AND HANGSIN Attacks Made by Coreans-Dowager

Wall street brokers hold' themselves Holland the nests of storks are A NANTUCKET CHURCH. Empress of China Aroused. CFOR THE BLOOD

a million miles higher in caste than generally on the summit of a tall post. London, Jan.,23.: ..-A special dispatch .

bookmakers. And they are right: put up on purpose for them on which from Seoul Corea dated today says I '. .

They are the creme de la crcme of Is fixed an old cart wine Says an The Story. of lt Purchase by CaptaluCla.b Japanese railway men have been at- The best known and most
to popular blood purifief
and Its Transportation
finance. Rookies nre the scum Yet English writer; "A Dutch gentlemanof This ('ollotr-\ Very Good Clock tacked by Coreans at several points ,and tonic om the market to-day is S. S. S.

there are many bookmaker in the my acquaintance has one such postin and Fine Bell. along the SeoulFusanrailroad and There is hardly a man, woman or child in America who

street and not a few cf them are his grounds within sight of Lila library aery that the Corean authorities have bee:: ias not heard of "S. S. S. fop the blood." It is a standard remedy

backers of brokers. Some are big operators window but he improves on the Beneath the outlook in a Nantucket notified that unless they prevent-a a specific for all blood troubles and unequalled as a general tonic and l

supporting brokers by their cart wheel by having an Iron framework church is the belfry. In which swingsthe recurrence of these disorders, neces- appetizer. S. S. S. is guaranteed-purely vegetable the herbs and root f

commissions. There are 1.100 mem ,for the reception of the nest The "oiil Spanish !bell. Knowing: that sary measures to do so will be taken uo of which it is composed are selected for their alterative and tonic properties -

bers of the Stock Exchange and these 1ntPI r it was put up. toward the this is now a Unitarian church the visitor :- by the Japanese troops. making it the ideal remedy for i

represent brokerage and commission end of June a solitary young stork will be surprised to see '...':1toolI: : The dowager empress of China Is all blood and skin diseases, as it not FROM

firms whose partnerships aggregate no used to come dally and inspect this cross on the bell. If be could read Portuguese thoroughly alive to the peril threatening only purifies, enriches and invigorates CONGRESSMAN' LIVnlGSTOlI',
loss than 1.452 ablebodied men. It is framework. I saw him there myselfone had China as a result of the Russo- the blood, but at the same time OF GEORGIA. ,
awl not previously acquainted
safe to venture the assertion that each day. standing: in the empty receptacle tones up the tired nerves and gives I know of the successful VM Of
himself with the history of Japanese crisis and has, according tc S. S.In many ca.... It it the bat
member of the exchange: and his partners exactly like a would be Benedict the bell he would be still more surprised The Globe's Shanghai correspondent, strength and vigor to the entiresystem. blood remedy on the market.
would turn up the nose at an Income Inspecting an empty house contem- .
at the inscription on it The determined at all costs to fight for the i
of less than $20.000 a year. plating the view and wondering If the For Chronic Sores and Ulcers, FROM ;
translation of this inscription is as follows freedom of Manchuria from foreign
Hence: drains are all right. The verdict was Catarrh, Rheumatism, Blood Poison, EX.GOV. ALLEN D. CANDLEB.t
"To the Good Jesus cf the Moun- control.
At $20.000 each year these brokers apparently favorable, for next season : Malaria, An mia, Scrofula, Eczema, S. S. S. !. unquestionably a good
tain the devotees of Lisbon direct their Conferences" between the dowagerand blood purifier, and the belt tonio X
clean up net about $ .OOO.OOO. There saw the nest occupied by the newly Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Acne ever uted. a
are some 500; Stock Exchange firms wedded pair. Their power of wing Is prayers, offering Him one complete set the leading statesmen, it is a< and such other diseases as are due to a i

which pay $3.000.000 annually for the very fine and on hot days I have of six bells, to call the people to adore ed nave convinced her that any other polluted or impoverished condition of the blood, nothing acts so promptly j

rent of their offices. These firms em watched them ascending spiral circles him in his sanctuary. Jose DomingO policy would be tantamount to dynastic and effectually as S. S. S. It counteracts and eradicates the germs

ploy 7.000 clerks and assistants bookkeepers hardly moving their broad black Dacosta has" made it in Lisbon in the suicide as the dishonor of the an and poisons ; cleanses the system of all unhealthy accumulations and ,

runners etc, at an average wings till they have looked no bigger year 1S10. Of court the bell must ceatral tomb supplied by foreign dojn loon restores the patient to health. Write us and our physicians will

wage of $1.500.; which makes $10.500.- than flies. After the young are hatched have an interesting history to account ination would be unpardonable in the give your case prompt attention without charge.

()oO. Thus we hare In three items alone they appear to be suspicious of one for this inscription. That history is eyes of the Chinese, and unless a vigorous THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA it

S2.:1X>.OOO that must come out of the another and unwilling to leave the briefly as follows: effort is made to reassert Manchuria's
A plague was raging In Lisbon and _
nest unguarded. - -------- --
pockets of customers to keep the great authority, the Trappings ana r5ia5e5 -
certain in that city prayed to
people
machine well oiled. That is to say. Storks have no voice. The only noise Kolashuig will attempt to restore the dhti5tarHfiE9 eF @f 'ill a52 2
the for the cessation of '
Virgin Mary
the public pays the sum of $42.500.000 they make Is "klappering" (snapping Ming dynasty, with the result of the 6
the plague and vowed to place a set of
annually for the privilege of their great red mandibles rapidly and complete destruction of China.
supportIng -
Tim another. six bells in the Church of the Good I WE EAT MEAT
in splendid style 8.452 people In loudly) they greet one Jesus of the Mountain if their prayers The correspondent_ adds that the
order that they their hands generally by throwing back the head
may try at dowager has been informed that some
were heard. "The Mountain" is the o pro "lt Unless
until the mandible rests on the uDr. we get
which upper
telling
way a stock will go.- of the foreign powers are willing to
name of a certain district in the city
New York Press. back but occasionally "klapnertng" la i good meat we may as wellletit
performed with the head and bill In of Lisbon In which there Is a very venerable -- give the Manchus a final opportunity

Oriata the the former position.A church called as above. Shortly of rehabilitating themselves, even to alone. There is no strength
of Letter V. I the extent of aiding them by force i
after tllthe plague ceased and. accepting in tough meat-Instead of git-
The letter V may be regarded as the this as the answer to their if necsssary, provided the Manchu
mutilated Practical Demonstration. '. .5a it takes to digest
remains strength
of -
one of the sym prayers these devotees of Lisbon proceeded government Is sincerely favorable to I ng
IIi
"See' thlllln!, said the officer.
V bols used the
by ancient Egyptians in to fulfill their vows. The work reform. : it. It pays to be careful ID m
their "You will always have to open that before l.n
hieroglyphics or picture writingA ; of casting these six bells was intrustedto The Russian ministers at Pekln, the .
animal in turning: the: faucets for the shower. buying meat be sure to get
common their country was Jose Domlngoa Dacosta, the best correspondent adds, has learned of the .
Should fail to open it you will
you
the two horned sand viper a representation N.v' the best-tender and choice.
bell founder in Lisbon.
get no water." results of these confere f>s and is
of which stood for V. The The six bells had been cast the master's little if need be and
"\) aye..sir." said the sailor standing convinced In the event of war China Pay a more
priests ultimately found that for the I
been crowned with
labors had
of at attention with a solemn look. will be forced to participate with the : ; put something your stomach
practical purposes everyday life ir of the g
when
The officer, fearing that his explanation : success, Captain Clasby result that the whole world will prac-
was a waste of time to use elaboratebiTORlyphlcs Nantucket whaling fleet chanced to I which will put flesh on your
might not be understood, stepped tically ba involved.In .
and invented a kind of visit Lisbon. lie had long wished to I -
under the and turned both on es and strong blood in your
on
shorthand slower the meanwhile, the dispatch concludes A=
to meet the occasion. In r t
buy a bell for use in his native town.
this the snake was reduced to a V with faucets. In with Captain Cary he Japan although ostensibly en- tart.
company
a dash (V-) to represent horns and Some one had opened the lo\+*r visited the bell foundry of Jose Do- gaged with its own quarrel, Is really
valve and when the young officer ED WARDS BROS.
body. opened the faucets the water came mlngos! Dacosta. Captain Cary. it the spearman of the whole group of
The Phoenicians adopted this letter. powers devoted to the policy of allt!-
connoisseur in bells. Da-
down through the shower in a deluge, seems, was a Stalls 2 and 4 City: Market Ocala Fla.
and from them we get our V by loss of costa applied! the lever to one bell after partition, and who have virtually L
his uniform.
soaking
the dash leaving only I the two little each to ascertainIts agreed together to defend China. -
Still standing at attention and with another as be struck c 5aaA ac Fac FpGaGaa 1 FaraFataawaN a''v !i
boras of the original picture. This but
peculiar tone or tone quality
the moat respectful look of interest ir -
snake Is still common in Egypt'and is each time Captain Cary said. "That
the proceedings; of his superior officer!
probably the One mentioned in Genesis "
. the sailor watched the practical demonstration will not do.
xlli. 17. "Dan shall be a serpent by the Dacosta raised and struck
At last
1 leiiaess Cannot be Carol
1t of the working of the faucets SEED POTATOESWe
way, an adder in the path that bttetb the bell whose history we are describ
; never allOwIng a smile to cross his face. by local applications, as they cannot
the horse heels so that his rider shall delighted with
I "I think I understand the workingsof ing. Captain Cary was reach the diseased portions of the ear.
fall backward. Travelers tell us that "
t it now, sir" he said.-Chicago Rec the result "Ah. Clasby he said There is only one way to cure deafness kai'o a fall stock of .
[ it is still addicted to this unpleasant ord-Ilerald. ""you need look no further. That's the and that is by constitutional

, habit bell you want She is a beauty. She remedies. Deafness is caused by an Spaulding's Improved Rose No.4

t Bounds on B." inflamed condition of the mucous lining -,
Shoe. Maine Early Rose.
Beauties of Ireland. "Well sir," remarked Dacosta "we of the Eustachian Tube. When
I Dublin can and does boast of many Considerable difference will be found consider that to be the finest bell that this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling Bliss Triumph.

superlatives. It has the widest street in the wearing qualities of two pairs we have in our foundry." sound imperfect hearing, and

I and the largest public park in EuroP6.I of shoes of the same quality and make At first Dacosta demurred and could when it is entirely closed, Deafness is Is well as other varieties at lowest market prices. Write for

I the first horse show In the world and worn by different persons. Shoes worn not see his way clear to selling the the result, and unless toe inflammation quotations, stating number of bags wanted.

the largest brewery but certainly thechlefest continuously In the bouse and outdoors bell since it belonged to the set of can be taken out and this tube restored IDEAL POTATO MANURE, $30.00 per ton will make them
't' is that ad.Vtanced will never give as much wear as if to its normal condition, hearing -
of all Its claims -
chimes designed for the Church of the grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil.
in behalf of its women. It is worn one Jay and left to rest a day. It will be destroyed forever; nine
I \ that in saves to wear cheap house shoes Good Jesus of the Mountain and was cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh Seed, Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and
really no exaggeration to say money
"
im cribed and all, but
I appropriately > which is nothing bUt an inflamed con- Shipping, sent on request.
within doors and let the shoes
worn
no city in the world will one see so .
would have no other.
I Captain Clasby dition of the mucous surfaces.
I many beautiful women as one does in outdoors rest and get into shape. Keepan Finally Dacosta decided since the bell We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor WILSON a COMPHY
old of shoes to wear under TOOMEIi FERTILIZER
the Irish capital pair
t had not jet been consecrated and since any case of Deafness (caused by
- There is something too. about the rubbers. The perspiration of the feet he could cast another to take its place, catarrh) that cannot be cured by Jan 15 'JACK OXY1LLE, FLORIDA. Igtnt

\ Irish type of beauty that cannot be actually which india rubber excites ruins good that it would be all right to sell Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars --
described. There Is an expression leather. Select strong calfskin and bought the bell. ; free.
So Captain Clasby
f an air of something akin to sadness keep It well oiled\ In winter for outdoor and it was brought to Nantucket by F. J. CHENEY A: Co., Toledo, 0. JAS.M.GRAHAM: President. QEO.W.HYDE Viet Free

I almost in every real Irish face. wear. Low shoes are better for house Captain Cary, whose vessel was going Bold by Druggists,75c.

| something interesting that holds the wear because they permit of ventila home first In Lisbon Just before he Hall's Family Pills are the best The First National BankOF

i attention more than mere skin deep tion. The hand is free from manyof net sail Captain Cary heard of the dec- McIVER

I beauty. "I have been in most capitals the ills of the foot partly because laration of war with Great Britain and AtACXAI
1 traveler in Ireland of its continuous to the air.-
i of Europe. says a exposure for it was now the year 1812. On the GAINESVILLE.Tht
; -but never did I see, so many really Boston Budget: Brit- .
they were spoken by a
beautiful women as I saw In Dublin. ish way sloop over of war. Fortunately the Brit -- Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County

: And they were not visitors. There was IVcuIlarltie of Worm isher had been at sea for some time Capital . . . .. . . . . ... .. . .?50,00000

I DO mistaking the wonderful gray eyes Many creatures supposed to have and had not yet heard of the declara- Surplus and Undivided Profits.. .. . .. .. . .. 'U,()()(. 00
of Dark Rosaline.' some of their "senses missing" are not asked :
tion of war. "The commander Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities Equal to any bunk la the
so insensitive as people often think. Captain Cary the news, but Captain FUNERALDIRECTORS. state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporalious
Precocious Mo.art.f Worms have neither eyes nor ears and Cary says he took especial pains not Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business

f At three years of age Mozart would! yet are sensitive to light and music to tell all he knew. It he had told our transacted promptly.

amuse himself for hours together in (vide Darwin's "E.trthworms"). A precious bell would probably never M7 H. E. TAYLOnCuher

i picking out thirds on the piano with bluebottle in spite of not having a have seen Nantucket It might now be I

his wonderful ear at tour years he nose, finds out a piece of bad meat it
; either at the bottom of the sea or Have a full stock of Coffins. Caskets I I
learned minuets and before six played easily enough. In short, many of the might be swinging in the tower of I Ii 1QQJSti?

some of his own compositions, actually lower animals contrIve to see bear, some English church. and Burial Outfits. Special given to

starting on a concert tour with his sinter taste or smell sufficiently for their purpose The bell was landed In Nantucket ml i tI.\ju.. sQd.

at that age. and often in a high degree, without and placed in the store cellar of Sam- JIeprel

Before three years had elapsed he being able to point to any special uel Cary where it remained until 1815 : Embalming} to Order

had taken by storm four of tie most organs of these sensed in their bodies when It was purchased and placed in I lass frequent headaches,ae badwell sex f ;
u'bW
important capitals in Europe-Vienna, and to suppose they are devoid of a the tower where it now hangs. About feeling ei,oq:not necessarily ty to some dire nervee'an.gone

The Hague. Paris and 'London. Ills sense because we are unable to dis- $300 was given for the bell-the society temaIo malady:

reputation as a composer was established cover it is frequently to confess our paid about $350 and the rest was raised It's the Liver.Don't

by the time that be was only ten Ignorance. by subscription. Even some Friends .

years old. Mozart fulfilled In maturitythe or Quakers subscribed. ERRYSEEDS fan to get today a' your drogglsti bottle ofHERBINEr

promise of hit early years; but at Plant That Feign Deatk. After the bell had been in use a little

the ace of thirty-five passed away engaged In South America there is a plant while the agents of the historic Old

on a requiem which he gradually a species of mimosa, which resorts to South church in Boston beard of it. and

learned was to be for himself. death feigning evidently for the purpose they sent a letter to the agents of the It wm Qulck11 and urelJ restore
of preventing grass eating animals Deserve your confldence. and g.lgeoiUT8 to tbelr theKidney.
South church In Nantucket saying that feel organs normal fWi 1T
from eating it In its natural They hive never likes new woman after taking tilt
Walter. first bottle
The Boatoa they bad a very good clock in their failed-won't fall now.
professor dining at a state this plant has a vivid green hue 50 C atJ. ALL DRUGGISTS.McMillan
A Philadelphia tower, but no bell; that they had heard Sold by all dealers. .
Boston hotel ordered a bottle of bock. but directly it is touched by a human that the South church In Nantuckethad 1904 Seed Annul

Baying as be did so: finger or by any living animal It collapses a very fine bell and they would postpaid,free. .

"Here waiter bring me a bottle of Into a tangle of apparently-dead like to know for how much the bell D.M.FERRYACO.Detroit,Mich.

hock-hie haec. hoc." and withered stems. Among British could be boughtThe

,, The waiter who had been to college. wild plants the most sensitive to touchis Nantucketers replied that they Bros

smiled but never stirred. the insectivorous sundew of English had a very fine bell in their tower, but

"What are you standing there for?" i bogs.-London Globe.On no clock; that they had heard that the

exclaimed the professor. "Didn't I Old South church had a very fine tower Southern Copper Works
hock" the Duties of Parents. would like to
order some dock and that they
"Yes. sir." said the waiter "you or- "Tommy asked his grandmother, know the price of the clock.
would rather ba little Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
afterward declined "why you a. boy
dered it but you The agents offered to pay $1 a pound
it."-Chicago Journal. than a little girl 1" for the bell. Since the bell weighs

"Because grandma." replied Tommy 1.575; pounds, this would have made and General Metal Workers. '
be than .
rather
"I'd a a mamma.
papa
Very Eccentric. the price $1,575, making a net profit ofl.Ow
e t "He's the most eccentric genius I ever The mamma has to take care of the $ above the price paid for the bell

; met" children, but the Chronicle.papa just goes to theoffice.Little and $1.225 above the amount contributed Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

"He certainly Is a genius but I never by the society. It seems that the
through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
considered him eccentric. old Nantucketers, must have had some
Delay Accounted For. wire will receive attention at either of the
is prompt
genius
"Thaf Just It. The average sentiment after all and were not purely

ffft ntric and his lack of eccentricity "Rome" wasn't built in a day you mercantile in their spiritIf follcwing works -

i makes him all the more ecc ntrfc.- know. the Nantucketers had agreed to 12

: Philadelphia Ledger. "Ah! It was put up under" a govern- sell as they might have done our bell FAYETT.1MLLE, n. C. SAVANNAH, GA.
ment contract was it? -Chicago Ree-
00 i
would probably be banging in the historic '

Family HUtory. ord-Herald. tower of Old South church In r JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBIE, A A.. .

"Both of my grandparents on my Boston today. That might have been -
Waited So Time.
---
mother's side were nonagenarians," a great honor for the bell but It would

said Mrs. Oldcastle. .r "The manager says he engaged the" have been a great deprivation for Nan ROCKY
forty chorus girls in twenty minutes. LqPRfJllCIAS1 :
"
"Is that so?" replied her hostess. Iy. "Gracious but he's quick at figures." tucket. Moreover it would now be Cantaloupe Seed.

::0. folks was -all Baptists but Josiah -Town Topics. spending its time in elegant leisure Instead FO ID

E comes from a Methodist family.-CLl- of being a very useful bell whereIt

cago Record-Herald. is. The history of this bell is like a Saved by C. H. Mathis, of Young & MathU, at Rocky Ford Colo from
Not Her Weapon veritable parable of human life. The E. BLUM & COMPANY standard size netted cantaloupes ripened on the vines; also a limited apply of

down the "Is your wife a club woman, Mike? possibilities which occur in the historyof Eden and Blue Gum Watermelon seed saved in the Carolinas from the first
will break '
1'oollsh Jealousy microbe that "Narry the likes o thot sore She the bell remind us of the possibilities 517 and 519 W. Bay fit perfectly shaped melons set on the vines. No seed taken from the end of the
sweetest home. It Is a uses a flatiron, sor." Detroit Free melon. A r ply to or address
eats out the merriest l heart-School' ( Press. widen abound lu every life.-Cor. Jacksonville, fla A. F. YOUNG A CO. or C. IL MATHIS,

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: beasts of the field.; yea, when Adam A practical fence thatpoqitjviv v'ii 1 !
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, the John D. Rockefeller of his time, horses, hog? and t' i/iMMMS ri

and theLesser by he w.a still unsatisfied and prayed fora if I I II hteS. A fence ss P3C 1r '; t /y y v y7 ?Wyi-Tww> a i iI

Sins The Editor helpiu-ei aud a companion.la Xx I I that is sifiii". r ,i .I

amweriug hi? prayer God: recognized Xx practka.ly ever. ti=a6. .+6Kt ksr a ,. .r { )(
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When we were much younger than These extreme views and monstrous and the woman were created to ba < X c ; p t under Y eI
expressions do harm rather I I FIELD FENCE STAHOAUD limes MOE In 9X I nEi n S i I II
we are today we heard a young friend, I company for each other and we must! every possible

than good iu so far that they alienate infer that God does not look down 11X I r condition. EVERY ROD xxI I
who has since become a D. D., preach I I[ OF ELLWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED
and drive from the portals of the with displeasure the innocent XIT

his first sermon. church many who. otherwise might amusements created upon by them for I I If you want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the ii I I II

He had just returned from college become zealous workers along humane diversions! from the hum drum and 11Tf!I !I ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you 1 1i

and was:regarded as an unusually charitable and xX can get absolute satisfaction.
reformatorylines.
monotony of our all too intense and
bright young mat with promising strenuous life. i I i I i II i iII i iI

prospects. Viewed from any standpoint it is a 11fT I I xx'd I I

He took for his text the eighth com fearful doctrine to all offenses, Hilliar. Agents for
place
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mandment: side by aide on a level-to bold the i The cleverest, nicest, most enjoyable "FAVORITErsi !!

"Thou shall not steal." young woman, who attends a social little show that ever occupied X & RANGES i

I We were disappointed in the serI function and engages in an innocent. the boards of the opera house in this

j jnon., game of cards, as heinous a malefactor city was Hilliar. I I I IXX I II

He assumed that it was just as great and a breaker of the law, as the Prof. Millar's tricks of legerdemain I t -I I

a sin in the sight of God to steal an burglar libertine or murderer. were remarkably clever; his shadow MX

uncancelled postage stamp as it .was pictures, which were done in full ii. if
Such doctrine has foundationin
a no
to break into 'a house and steal valuable view of the audience with his bare The Marion Hardware '
logic, common sense nor in the Company *
jewels or large sums of money. Christian code. We quote the substance hands and nimble fingers, afforded N fixxx

He,held also that it was just as !I much amusement, and showed himto
of the law: i
much a sin in the sight of God, and. be an artist in this line. : OCALA: FLORIDA. 11x i F FX
"He who is lacking in few things I
should be so regarded in the sight. of The dancing of :Mill1. Steorra was XIi
shall be beaten with few stripes, but ; .
men, for young ladies or married somewhat remarkable. In one of the I I i1

women to be members of whist clubsor he who is:: lacking in many things dances the dress is said to have % -xxx- -xxxxxxxxx- -xxx- -xxx- -xxxxxxxxx- -+xxx- -zXzr .
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flay cards for a prize as it is for contained by actual measurement i

gambler to play for "All work and no play makes Jack "
the professional I five hundred and seventy .
heavy stakes. a dull boy." yards of silk and the different -

He rounded up his sermon, as well Men and women are but grown up colored lights thrown upon her Holiday .
that children and need occasional: digressions I Strauss'"Royal
aa we can remember, by saying made her represent all kinds of flow

'It was just as much a sin to steal and diversions from the cares ers, birds and reptiles and finally -

pin as it was to steal a million dollars and vexations of every day life and made her aglow as if In flames of

-that the motive in each was just the for the church to turn its face againstall Exposures rIt!

game. That if the letter or the spiritof forms of amusements makes the fire.Loi Fuller could not have been Reserve"

commandments is viola- forbidden fruit all the more alluringand
the ten better than Mills. Steorra. .

ted in any particular the link to the tempting.: The moving pictures were also very Bring on Coughs, Colds,

whole chain is broken and a man If a church, however decrees that much better than ever before seen in Grippe and other taoubles I -. ss

well commit rapine and the members shall not dance, go
might as Ocala.
that only be promptly
can
murder and become an outlaw to the theater taste wine, chew Cinderilla and the trip to the moon \ Four Full Quarts, Delivered, S3.50
in the bud-by using
for he would be no less in danger of tobacco dip snuff smoke, cigars, a nipped _
was especially pleasing representations. -
hell fire. pipe or cigarettes, play cards chess, Rauss 4 Twelve Full Quarts, Delivered $10.00

Tbete statements from the pulpit golf, pool or billarde, read novel or I 1 1 I
Wond.rfullhnl. TR nAPINEAPPLE[!
eetu so awful that they create a Sunday papers, ride on street cart, -
Is displayed i by man a mall enduring -
natural revolt in the makeup of the bicycles or in vehicles, wear ornaments y
pains of accidental Cuts! 1 / No marks to indicate content of tax.
or eat hot food, the minister ; r
average man.Between Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Bore Orders HIM
1 [ ( same day ai received
has the right to insist the observance
upon
and Joints. But
Stiff
what is very ./good Feet or there no

what is very bad there is a wide of these rules but it is now need for it. Bucklen's Arnica Salve STRAUSS & CO.
generally conceeded that he would be will kill the pain and cure the trouble.
chasm.but the intermediate steps leading STflAUs ca G
up from one to the other are lost kinder to his church in the breach It's too.oc the besi'salve! at Anti-Monopoly on earth for Piles Drug, T Tin I AND WINE( a !1'holesale and Itelull Liquor lk-alrr*,

rather than the insistauce their E
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upon FLOItlUi.
and where, the one ends and the other Store and Tydings & Co. m
too literal observance. The Great Florida Reme-
can'not be clearly distinguished -
begins ,
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We have observed, even in our day, WANTED-To buy velvet beans, million dollars of Flor- f

In attempting to draw a line of a.vast change along these lines. peanuts and country oats. Ocala ida capital. Look at the Brick LOn
Seed Store. L' 4 tf W. JOHNSON
Life not dismal. of the J
demarcation between them is a difficult ; is regarded near so names gentlemenwho
Lime ,
task and'on this point the views It is no longer regarded necessaryto compose this com- 'Dealer in-
DO YOU GET UP pany and see if this is nota
of few men ever exactly agree. punish the body to appear pleasingto Hair

But it may be safely stated that God. WITH A LAME BACK? merit.sufficient guarantee of Cement NW[ AND SECONDHANDMACHINERY.[C ![ [

professional gamblers are not recruited When we were a boy to shiver in
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable, Wm.S. Jordan, Pres., Banker and Capitalist ----PROPRIETOR
from the ranks of.those who take church was regarded a virtue; to Chas.Blum Vice PJC&,Wholesale Merchant Laths OF---

part in innocent society games anymore have a furnace and be comfortable, Almost everybody who reads the newspapers J.man.J.Williams,2d Vice-Pres.,Commeraol Sales- And THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.
Is sure to know of the wonderful B W.Sperry Treasurer. Prop. Duval Hotel.
indeed, as often as the was not to be tolerated ,The Sunday
nor, I' 'I cures made by Dr. Thos. A. Davt Sec'y and Mjnr.Publisher. Locomotives For Sale aad IMS.
young man accustomed to tAke a glass meals were cooked the 'Saturday be- il Kilmer's Swamp-Root D.Mores McMillan.Co. Vice-Pres. Consolidated Naval Shingles.
it |! the great kidney, liver W. C. Yeiser,Pres.The Metto Co. Second Hind dal< .tI,At !.' Stl,.
when he wants fore and ornaments
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home were no more
of wine at li and blaadcr remedy. E B West, Capitalist and Lumber Manufac
One 72x16 ft high
Js apt to become a drunkard aid: angaboud worn than decolette dresses. We -1 t' ,_; It is the great medical .turer.L. A.Fraleigh Cashier Ba.k of Madison.T. 25' hone power Economic pressure boiler return, tubular bailer, 118
oo* lab bone
triumph of the nine.. .C, Smith. 'ss't Cashier Bank of Madison.A. borer
Compelled to seek diversion remember that the installing of a n teentn century discovered .H.West.Capitalist and Real Estate Dealer. Office and Shops Ball Automatic engine, one lOjlM Tolbert ,.D _. 0.0.
II Geo. T.Hodgson General Southern Agent N. 14H6 :New York Safety engine, one 1:118 Sngiue
from !L .
or gratification away mlodiaQ created a schism and divid after years of Y. Life Ins. Co. near Frank City
one -
i I scientific research by D.P.Smith,Tax Collector Volusia Co. Planer one 30 ton BakJ.iD k..
borne, and to do so surreptitiously ed the church iuto hostile factions. [ Dr. Kilmer the emi- H.H. McCremry.Editor Daily Gainesville Sun. S. A. L. FreightDepot. eomotive and a lot of other boilers aDd tDdnee. aDd
.the youth finds in the forbidden fruit To Insist that the rigid rules adopted nent kidney and bladder D. E.Thompson.Daily Record.General Manager\ bt. Augustine other machinery 00 hand
specialist, and is Wm.J. Bryan,County Solicitor Duval Co. LAKE) CITY
that which Induces excess and refuses ;years ago, and which may have suited wonderfully successful in promptly curing Wm. A Ktans. FLOIUIU

rreetMint.. and been helpful to that age, shouldbe lame back kidney, bladder uric acid trou- -- -4_ '_ _.__ _____ 4
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bles and Bright's Disease which is the worst
bottle and if not
These Innocent amusements have incumbent upon those now who form of kidney trouble. Try pleased a write the com- GREAT SACRIFICE SALE !II
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
not
hold entirely different views, and rec
been going on in this city as in other I of the
ommended everything but If you have kidney pany or any one
Cities, time- out of mind, yet we have whose experiences are perhaps more hver or bladder trouble it will be found above gentlemen and get Have a Great Quantity

.' to hear. of the first woman in whomIt extendedwho, are better, at least aa just the remedy you need. It has been testedIn your money back. Made of Second Hand Furniture -
in
so hospital work in
many ways private
has created a desire for gaming or well informed, and are as well qualified practice among the helpless too poor to purchase only by Trop ilfg. Co.. Much of it as Good
relief and has proved so successful in and sold by all druggists. New
as all
professional to judge in these matters, is a Manner of .
has become a gamestress. every case that a special arrangement has
On a later occasion we heard a species of bigotry, arrogance and In. been made by which all readers of this paper Articles and for
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who have not already tried it, may have a Pure Eden
preacher. say from his pulpit in this tolerance. sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book Melon SEED LACK OF STORAGE
city rather than have a child of his Man is a social animal and craves telling more about Swamp-Root and how to ROOMWill

participate l In one of our social dances social pleasures. find When out writing if you have mention kidney reading or bladder this jcneroua trouble. Eden have Meloi for sale Seed.a large All these lot of seeds Pure sell at almost your price. Call at once i

he would prefer with his own hands When God created him and made offer in this
send were raised in South Carolina and are E. C.
y to wrap a shtfbuld around her, place him lord of all that he could survey, Dr.Kilmer your &paperand.( of purest strain. Address 1 8 StTV. SMITH .

i her in her coffin aud lay her away to and more than he could survey, gave hamton. N. B. WARREX, Ocala
regular fifty cent and _. esaePar Furniture
her eternal rest. him dominion over the birds of the Collar sizes are sold by all good druggists. .i Applton,8. C. 1 Co. .. ;

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\ ; I BELLEYIEW. James Bull Beck, badly bruised.In i TAX ASSESSORS APPOINTMENTS
LIfE (01 WEIRSDIlLE. iI,
ENTOMBED MINERS'LAST I
. the main shaft iGinen were being t_

Mrs. Jaa. N. Shedd been hoisted in a cage from the sixth, I will be a; the following place to receive-
having
returns ot real and personal property aal
: Aa CUtut Bei Supptr-DMth of IAi seventh and eighth levels. When the the law
: I If agricultural reports as requires:
seriously ill for the past three weeks, HOPE IS GONE II
i OK lid Eat..,... gltlMn. cage reached the surface the engineer ZVL I'r I JANUARY. 1904.

t was taken to the county hospital at for some unexplained reason was unable Mattel ){Monday a.m.
- A box supper was enjoyed by quite \f4 Cotton Plant (po-tomce) Monday 2] p. m.HeidlsvUle .
Ocala Tuesday for treatment. Honor In the Harwiok gins to stop the engine, and the cage Tuesday 16,u to}.
a number of people last Friday ev !n- Dunnellon Wednesday
with its load of human freight. was
I Mr. and Mr!!. T. G. Smith and ; ? # f Romeo Thursday 28, II to 3.Bluchton .
log at Weiredale. Tbe following at Ches"wick, Pa. drawn up into the gallows frame, Friday 29.FEBRUARY.

rendered daughter, Greenville, S, C., arrived where it became lodged temporarily. 1904.!

I gram was : Tuesday and are visiting Mr, and SCORES PROBABLY PERIIHED. The strain on the cable flinaily causedit _.Pffi.r Kendrick Monday i a. m.
l-Mwtcby Weirsdale BrlBfld. Martin Monday i p. m
4 Mr. A. Feniel.Mr. Mrs. Leonard. to part. and the cage, released, shot Lowell Tuesday 2 a. m.
! 2-ftong One Hundred and Eighty-Four Miners t9 Reddick Tuesday 2 p. m.
cessIons.I down the shaft with terrific speed.
-60al The Ladies Aid of the Methodist OrangesThe f Mcintosh Wednesday
I 4-IalitnUDutal.olo Miss Simpson. Are Supposed To Have Lost Their Two of the occupants T. P. Jackson Central Thursday 4 a. m.

-Recitation Kiss Johnson. church gave a concert at the town and James Bullock, had become entangled quality \ Flemirgton Friday a. m.
5 Fairfield Friday m.
Gates. Lives In the Mine of the AlleghenyCoal p
6-\oca I solo Miss ball Friday evening. The programconsisted in the timber rods near the top and flavor of the fruit depends upon t Shady Grove Monday S a. m.
Mr. FeaieLMUs Santos Monday 8 m.
Pa. p.
1 7-bong of Company at Cheswick af the gallows frame. Jackson was Belleview Tuesday 9. _
Simpson. vocal and instrumental
, .-,h.1c instrumental PotashOranges I Pedro (school hou* ]Wednesday ii t. m.SummernVId .
I Mr. Sccssioas.Mr crushed to death by the sheave wheel
27.-The last hopefot'
9 Vocal solo numbers by local talent and Pittsburg, Jan. Wedund,10P.1I1.C.odler .
gr<4pho- him while Bullbeck hada .. .
zo..Mi&aicbibaad. the lives of any of the 184 men falling upon Thursday ii m

Il-Recitatlon Fen"L phone selections. entombed in the Harwick mine of the marvellous escape from death, but absorb large quantities of Ocklawaba East Lake Friday Thursday 12 a. m.Weirsdale p.. m.

l-Maiic by band. Miss Maud Worthington left Sun- Coal 2 miles from received painful injuries and was res- Potash and the orchard should be replenished Friday 11 p. m. '
Allegheny ,
her company Linadale (school hi Saturday II to \
rich use)
Is visiting fertilizer ij j.
J huson by a complete
ills }ova e .ed from his perilous position. The Drawdv's Saturday
day for her home in Jacksonville Cueawick, Pa.. was given up today in Potash. night.
other 14 death Moss BluffMond.sy ii'. m.
hurled to
sister at Prospect. VI hen George W. Scheetz. manager or men were Soil culture is a scientific problem. Our book i Electra Monday p.m.

Dr.Carswellof Citra, attended the bummoned there by telegram. tae mine admitted that he believed down the 1.500 foot shaft giving full details will be mailed free to any Lynn Tuesday 16 a. m.Grahamville .
farmer who writes for them. Tuesday m.
Earnest Nott, the infant son of Mr. that not one of them would be brought CERVIX KALI WORKS Connor p.
and returned home on the Wednesday 17 a. m.
bcx supper GETTING AROUND LAW'SDelay :5! Y.vL-5 S !Io_. Html ..
) Thursday a.
i and Mrs. Amos Nott has been quiteill out alive. Atlaata G.-u .... B-II.
train.iln. Kerr City Thursday IS p. m.
midnight but is able Now the cry la far man to coma to Eureka Friday 19 a. m.
be
now to out. by a New. Method Hit Upon by ---
Illss MIY Allsop Daisy Friday 19 p. m.
Davenport i
II the work of rescue. Volunteers are
Twa Irooklyn Brokers. Pt. McCoy Saturday 2* a. a.
Mrs. A. WhittUtr and the Rev.
have been the work back through Ue Burnett Anthony Monday u.
aDd Mr. Belcner on Msded to New York. Jan. U.new method Jerry
Sparr Tuesday 13 a. m.Greenwood .
E. R Ci1rrier..let' Wednesday to attend nehru to where the miners are ImprUonad -
tick IU but we art happy to aay theyflow of getting around "The laws delay- Tuesday 13 p. a.
the M. E. Conference and whore possibly some may Citra Wednesday 24 a. m. .
abouttel!. at Tarpon hat been hit upon by two brokers who Merchant Orange Springs Thursday n a. a*.
bare survived. Already four man are Ocala all of Marcs.
after
were weary a long wait for
E. 0. McKinley will preach at Springs. be. them Sel- The law require all returns to he ssade b*
RAT. known to dead.
among
their to the of
ease come up in a Brooklyn first April ALFRED A Tilt.Iii .

the Welwdale church Sunday morn Miss HAttie Smith, of Jacksonville, wyn M. Taylor, of this city who'.WM court. Ole had sued the other for Tailoring.: Tax:Assessor Xarioa CoMty.

arrived Wednesday has accepted the first of tha rascue party to- reac4 '
iof, Jan SUL Wa will.be pleased to I1.1M for office furniture. With their
the bottom of the shaft His body
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
a position'with the Trading Co. counsel they appeared before the Ocala, Florida. .
k. allow friends present was brought to the top of the shau who
judge was engaged with another
i The Belleview Workers ice
Mr. James Driggers, one of the '
sale In the by virtue of final decree .f for-
ball a
cream town Tuesday Others.
Lost Life to Save
oldest settlers of Marion county, died wa a not called and one of the litigants Domestic Cloths. closure, entered on the tub day of October; A.

evening. The attendance being McKenna lost his life la an effort! with his lawyers went out for D. 1903.by the Hon. W. S. Bullock. judge of
J aD.28rd and *ai burled at the May. to save thrives of the entombed men. Cutting a Specialty t U e circuit court for the nfth'judiciat circuit of
small owing to the rain the cream refreshments. Both are good bawlers, Florida. sitting in chancery lor Marion county.
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Title cemetery on the 24th. Many H. designed and plotted the mines for and had agreed to roll a game In the Fits Guaranteed. in a certain cause thea pending in said court
was carried over until Wednesday and wherein Hattie O.Allen and Ceo L AU". her
friends attended the funeral.Mr. the Allegheny coa 1 mines. was adjoining alleys when the plaintiffs husband and Ella O. Browne were _ple.anll. ..-

v night and sold. best fitted to lead the forlorn hopa.Ha also with t.1 and Marie Louise Goldbeck Alfred CGoldbeck
appeared a proposition ta
returned
John Davenport baa her husband. Adelaide V Uorgasi.
The Ladies Aid of tbe Baptist went down into the mine bravely, settle the claim there Instead of in C I James W. Morgan, as heirs at Uw of Wllliaaj H.
from Palatka. and with him went four other mea. court. Morgan, deceased were defendant the under
church with MM. J. D. a signed special master in chancery will on _
met Pope
Orange blossoms are about to put in One of them. George Harvath was The challenge was quickly accepted Monday February tyu

their appt-arane.llinca the rain. Wednesday afternoon. JOSH. brought from the pit a short time be- and while the lawyers kept score,, between itooa.m.andazo.a.offer and ea-
fore Taylor's lifeless body came to rose for sale and will then and there sell U the
the litigants struggled for strikes and t
highest and best bidder for cash ia haad. ta
PINE. the surface. Another of the rescue the plaintiff won. Then they wen), rout of the court house door in Ocala. Mario

LIFE AT FT. McCOY.I party. Tom Wood, tried desperatelyto county, Florida all the right title,interest and
back to the court room, had judgment estate of the said defendants, May Louise Cold'
save his companions, but felt the entered beck and Alfred C. Goldbeck. her husband
Mr.V.. D. Thomas has accepted a accordingly, and .settled th I Adelaide V. Morgan and W. M
James Morgan.
The following named gentlemen and was
deadly nausea coming on
I case on the spot.SULTAN heirs at law of Wm. H. Morgan deceased of
have return*! from a hunting and poSition as bookkeeper in your city forced to leave them to their fate. io and to the following described lands situate
and in the said and
lying being state
with Messrs. Hubbard & McDutt. Then others tried the work two at SPOKE PLAINLY. to-wit: county

. fishing frolic at Slt tipringi: Capt. a time. Ml night they weat up and Commencing at a point 6-39 chains east of thesouthwest
Mrs. Annie Brice of Port Inglis is
corner of the northwest quarter pi
F. Lang, Lewis Lang, J. W. Stevens down in the temporary rlrged-bucket. Morocco's Ruler on the World's Fall the southwest quarter of section township
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t visiting relatives here. The'main hosts were both blown out NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 15. south range 22, east, thence running north
and J. E. tevens. They report a at St. Louie, Ma
.. .. Js.6s chains thence east 6.39 chains thence south
time venison and Rev. Dr. Frazie, the new minister Dy the rorce or tne explosion out 8t Louis, Jan. 27.-In the list of IS.65Ch.ins. thence west 6.39 chains to the.point

I't famous good eating in charge, w Chas. Gibson Gainesville, Fla.,
fat mullet. Comodore Adolph Gunis, the only one of the the world's fair by world's pavilions, Jan.25,1904. Also beginning at the northeast corner of the
church Sunday last. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Alvarez grant in township 15. south range n,
and the original Bill Moorman: of miners in the pit when the explosion Morroco probably will be missing. NOTICE settler has filed notice of his east,and running thence south with a magnetic -
intention to make final proof in support ot his variation of degrees minutes n-.
surface 3
occurred to be brought to the 9
Orabamville, were there. Uncle Wants Itifermition.to According to information receivedby claim and that said proof WJ'. be made before 23; ,69 chains thence west with a magnetic variation -
I alive, was rescued by Selwyn Tay exposition officials from Commissioner clerk circuit court at Ocala, Fla., on of 2 degrees.K minutes north 8 4$chains
Bill wa- In bis glory and kept the the Editor of the Ocala Banner. lor. who March: 5/A tyoi, thence north 23 69 Chains, thence east 8.43 chain
Langerman, recently returned -
to the of
camp alive with hU stories. He is There seems to be two aides to the There were no other lives to save, from Morocco, the amount appropriated viz: Elijah L. Ferguson of Blitchton Fla, Hd. of land point more or beginning less. containing M acre
for the south half of northwest
27531 quarter
said decree ai4costs.
sold to
also a cook of no small proportions Japanese sugar eane question and if but dead were to be found and all the by the sultan was 50000. section 30. township 13 south range 20 ea.L Said land being CARLOS satisfy L. S1STRUNE.

M his barbecued venison easilyproved. some reliable newspaper like the night long the volunteers dug, tunneled Anent this appropriation an interest his He continuous names the residence following upon witnesses and to cultivation to prove NEIL. )ALLIED.Solicitor, for Special Complainant Master In ChUCtrJ'II ,

gaining headway here and a little ing story II told by Mr. Danforthe, as of Mid land. viz:
Ocala Banner would ascertain the Dr. S. H Blitch. Wiley J. Willis. George M.
more there until they were forced sistant to the commissioner, who Richard and John W. Coulter, all of Blitchton.

> The voters of this section are not facts in the case and give them to the by exhaustion to quit their labors.inspectors quotes the sultan as saying: Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
\
1-29 Register.
txclted in the least over politics yet, people it would be highly appreciated.Some statement.F. "Here is 15.000; take it and do
W. Cunningham. Inspector of the
Department of the Interior, Land Office aC
what you please with it. I don'tcara
while there U some deep thinking writers are booming it to the mines for the fourteenth district of NOTICE Gainesville, Fla. December n, 1903.11
whether you use it for theworld's
'fng If to judge most of limit while othersare Pennsylvania, made this statement I IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
on. we are highest possible
\ fair it in NOTICE
\ or put your own pocket 1 ol Application for Tax D.eed Under Section 8 of named settler has filed notice of
he the mine this
when from
the state candidates by what the4r condemning it and say that Its came don't know where St. Louis is, except Chapter 4SSS, Laws of Florida his intention to make ccmmntalwa: proof !.
support of his claim. and that said proof will
morning: IS HEREBY GIVEV THAT Chas.
- opponents are saying about them, only a scheme to make money by the "1 explored the mine for a quarterof that It Is somewhere in the United NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate be made before Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala ;
States and I don't care. Please ten No. 2115 dated the 7th day of August .&. D. Iala., on
about three thirds of them had better sale of seed cane. Some of the farm. a mile. I am positive of all thou President Francis, who ever he is ta 1899 and city tax certificate No. :283 sale of January jot A, /pot.v .
,
Sept. 3rd iqoo, ha filed said certi- Muaroe of Beidtville. Fla.. Hd.
M.
for work not : John
who entered yesterday
withdraw from the race, and find ers of this section would like to know I. stop writing to me letters about hit ficates in my office and has made application 31.669.: for the south-west quarter of north-cast
will taken out aliva. Scattered for deed to issue in accordance with law.
one as tax
section township 16. south, it,
employment In some other line for if Its sugar or syrup producing qualities about are dead bodies of the fair, as I am tired of getting them. said certificates embrace the following described -' east quarter rang .
situated iu Marion
property county witneuea'to
the following
He names
they are not tit to hold public office. are equal to the ribbon cane? If miners, dead mules, wrecked ears and SEES WIFE ASSAULTED. Florida,to-wit: his continuous residence upon and cultivation prove

a> The Masons_ this place are pleased it is good; for pasturage for cows, hogs tons of fallen coal and slate. Itis.. ... Southwest 30 township quarter 16. range of southwest ia, and commencing quarter sec.Uod of Fin said; E.land M. Turner.vis: J.of A.Dun Manuel ot lion of, Fla.DuBBelkm: M.

'an awful scena. The force of the terrific Forced to' Witness at Pistal Point a 2.95 chains east ol northeast corner of lot jiCaldwell's Nibiack, of Dunnellon Fla.; D. &. Folks ofDunnellon.
with the appointment of Ed Davis, and horses? It it can be easily destroyed ad Ocala thence east 2.69 chains south Fla,
explosion was awful. It will take Shocking Crime. 3.38 chains west 2.69 chains north 3-38 chains. u 15 W. G. ROBINSON KegUUr.
of Ocala, as. D. D. O. M. of the 12th as removed from land if BO days to clear away the wreckage. Until Petersburg, Ind., Jan. 26.-Lafayette The said land being assessed ai the date ol the
issuance of such certificates in the names of
Masonic district. desired? And such other information this is accomplished we will not Dedman and wife, while on their way Ellen Williams and Estate of Charles Wood NOTICE.In .

The early and continued cold as might be of interest. T. know how many met death. The to visit relatives near Bowman, were ward.according Unless to law.said certificate tax deed will shall issue be redeemed thereon

explosion seems to have been a double seized by seven men, who carried themto on the tat day of March A. D.i. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Circuit
Judicial
weather together with the turpentine Pine, Fla. Witness my official signature and seal this ;
one, making one long, continuous the Fairview church where Ded the zsth day 01 January.A.D. 1904. ot Florida in and for Marion coantr, ia

men burning the woods out of season rumble and the second blast was man was forced to stand in the corner S. T. SISTRCNK.i Chancery.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
I is causing cattle to die by the score. Dedication at Mclntosh. heard rolling back under the hills of) the auditorium at the point of a.. 29 American Phosphate Company comptaiaaa

The First Christ church is completed toward the south end of the mine, revolver while the other six assaultedhis vs.Thomas Pali recman et al,defendants
Why not make these men regard the NOTICE. TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS'
which contains by far the largest part wife. X herein named Thomas Palfreemam. Sophie
and
and for dedication on
Uw? ready of the workings. The mine is at the I One man it is alleged, held the gun G. Parker, Asa W. Parker Jr., Gordon Pwk.tr
IS HEREBY GIVEN THaT UN- sad Mabel G. Parker bi and they .rc hereby
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Potter, of California Jan. 31, the last Sunday of this head of what Is known as Shoop's I and after the assaults by the other NOTICE by virtue of a final decree entered required to appear to the bill 01 complaint tm

relatives here' month, C. E. Powell, now minister at i run." six, this man handed the revolver td in the cause of William Young against Stephen the above entitled cause on or before Monday
were visiting Spraggins pending in the Circuit Court of the the
Valdosta Ga. formerly minister for Miner Carelessly Lighted Pipe. one of the gang and also assaultedMrs. Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and tor itt dar of February, A.D. 1904.H .

I last week. The higest officials of the Warwick Dedman. The men made their Marion county. in chancery on the 23rd; day of isfurtktr ordered that a copy oi this order

After a three months drouth we the Christian church of Ocala, will mine and nearly every miner who is escape, but. the officers are on -their December Bullock.judge A. D.of 1903 the by above theplonorable styled court W.the S. be published in the Ocala vnce a Banner.week lor four consecBUvtweekr

are now having good rains. conduct the services. Evangelist T. alive in the little mining village are trail.A. undersigned therein special to execute master said in chancery final decree appointed ,- Done this December 15 A.. D.T.1903S. SISTRCNK.

It it heard that seed cane will be a A. Cox, of Florida, will assist in the at a loss to give the cause for tEe young man has been traced to will, OM Monday the Uh day of March A..DJW4 Clerk CVctut Coart.ByKC.SisntsaD.C..

terrible disaster. It is the opinionof Flora, Ills., and his father Is after him. between the hours of n o'clock a. m. and a .
dedication and conduct services for ten of said in front of the south IL L.AtDEzsoN.Complainant's.
o'clock m. day.
total toes here. the majority, however, that the explosion City Marshal Watson has gone to ar door of p.the court bouse in Ocala. Marion coun Solicitor. U IS

The Baptist church here is still days at tbe newly dedicated church. was caused by some foreign rest two of the men one of whom is ty. Florida at public outcry,offer for sale and
will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash.
without a pastor. This congregation has been wor- miner striking a match to light IiII said to be hiding in the woods and la the' mortgaged premises ia said final decree

pipe, which set off the heavy chargeof defying the officers. described as follows. to-wit: The east half ot NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
shiping for more than ten years, meeting the southeast quarter of the northwest quarterof
Gardens are almost a failure on gas that was always present In the !. section n.township 15, south of range 21 east,

of cold dry weather through first at private houses, then in mine. Another theory for the explosion SLEW HIS SISTER. also northeast quarter of section 24.township 17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT t''C-'
account south of range 20,all in Marion county Florida by virtue of a final decree rendered .
school house, until now they have a is that it was caused by a heavy or so much thereof as may be necessary to sat- on the 30th day of December. 1903, bv the

the fall. building completed, which makes the blast in the mine whereby a new pock Boy of Twenty Kills Girl of Fourteen isfy said final decree CARLOS and costs L.SISfRVNL41.LIED of suit. Honorable W. S. Bullock. judge of the wc.itconrtoftheSltbjudiciaicircuitof
Ocala Florida, Marion
Mr. and Mrs. John Clary, of et of gas was struck and Immediately Years, & DAVIS Special Master in Chancery. county. in chancery in a certain CMC

were here last Sunday visiting rela.lives. second church building in tbe town I ignited. There are still others who Commerce. Ga.. Jan. 27-While play Solicitors for Complainant. i 22 therein lately pending, wherein fcdwtn C.
Smith was cornplainantsnd Aggje Goldinf! etal
will
of McIntosh and also one that insist the gaseous substance was set ing in the yard at his home near Pru- were defendants, ins undersigned a*

school will close here cause many hearts in Marion countyto off by a broken safety lamp in the itts, in Banks county, John Sorrells, NOTICE -I special to execute master,the appointed same willonMondaytheutdaofFthrcr under said final decree -

The public hands of one of the miners. It was .
rejoice. aged 20, accidentally shot and killed A D. w.

next Friday. tire opinion of the rescuers around hi} sister, aged 14. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING Oi between the hours of n a. m. and a o'clock
Wilson Green Rev. M. B. stockholders of the Dunaellon in ol
Prof. P. p. m.at the court house doors the city
BLITCHTON.Mra. the top of the Harwick shaft that the He held in his hand a shotgun that Phosphate Company will be held at the Ocala, offer for sale and will sell to the hif beat

Moser, Rev. C. E. Powell and Rev. real cause of the explosion would nev he office of the company in Rockwell.Marion and best bidder for cash the mortgaged premise .
thought not loaded. While
was county. Plorida, on Tuesday February *described in said final decree and ordered
W. E. Dougherty have ministered for er be known and they gave as their standing within 8 feet of his sister i6th, rqo4, at 12 o'clock noon. to be sold to-wit: The southwest quarter of
Herbert Lyles, of Newberry, 1TlsiUni reason that the miner or the miners RALPH BARKER. section nineteen in township sixteen sooth,
the First Christian church in McIntosh he playfully remarked: 1.22. Secretary. range twenty east or so much thereof. maybe
parents and friends at this who were probably responsible for the Til shoot necessary to satisfy said decree ad costs
you"
during the growth to which it catastrophe were dead.FOURTEEN I' i I JOS. H. BELL Special MaMet.rQTIc .

place. Taking aim, he pulled the triggerand NOTICE .
has attained. The opening of a
now
Mr. O. 8. Sanders has moved Into KILLED. the load In the gun was discharged

residence. Sunday:; school was the starting of passing through the joint of the REGULAR: ANNUAL MEETING OF

the Armstrong this work. Fatal Accident In Mine at Victor, Colorado. shoulder blade into the body, from THE stockholders of the Port fugUe Terminal

.i community baa had several Company will be held at the office of the com IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TuB 't,
.
.. Our All are invited to rejoice with these which death resulted in 40 minutes.It pany in Rockwell Manon county Florida on NOTICE as executors and executrix,

S visitors during the week. Victor, Col. Jan. %Fourteen men is feared that the young man will Tuesday, February i6th. 1904 at one o'clockp. respectively he estate of John p, Dunn, deceased
workers and it is hoped this congre- m. will
onSaturday
accident
were killed in an at Strat
t York is RALPH BARKER.
Mr. :. A. Hadaock, of become mentally unbalanced.War the id day oj July A. D. not
gation will be provided with every ton's Independence mine near the center I 22 3t secretary
apP'rto the county judge of Marion CIOaDt,.
here.
1' visiting her parenta means to finish the building in time of this city today and one other on Steerage Business. Florida at Ocala. Fla. for the purpose of making

Prof. Overhnltz visited his family was seriously injured. The dead: New York, Jan. !S.-A rate war has : NOTICE final settlement of their accounts and for :
for i its dedication. final discharge.
and reports sick- W. R. Frazier. been begun on steerage business be- H. C. DCNN. 4
at Keuka Sunday Notice Application for Tax Deed Under Section .
HOCKER.Executor.
to W. A.
The Banner wishes every success John Sebreck. tween New York and Mediterranean
S.of Chapter 4588, Laws of Florida. *.
new In his family.MlsaJanleFdpten. obtain among this people. John Setherun. ports. Thus far, according to the lines ALiCl B. LAW,
IS HEREBY GIVES THAT
of Chester S. Edward Twigg a. concerned, the cut affects only eastbound NOTICE and Tiller. purchasers of Tax: 11-35 Executrix..

Blitch T. A. Wagoner.H. traffic and has made Certificate No. 1273 dated the 4th day of April .
Dr. Ava Mo. writes Sept. no chaaga
of Mra. Isaac Story ,
,
C., U the guest A.D. 1898,has filed said certificate in my office.
A. Yeoman. in freight charges. Tickets are now and made application for tax deed to issue in NOTICE OP APPLICATrON' FOR riH&L .
bod health I
in
and family. 10th, 1900: "I was Edward Smith. : $5 less by Italian lines and 4 cents accordance with law. Said certificate embracesthe SETTLEM lT AND FINAL DlSCHARSE."l1qg,

Mrs. W. P. Hammond Is on the sick had stomach trouble for twelvemonths Joe Ovary. :. ''" less by the German ihlps.Ccld Marion following county.described Florida, to-wit property: situated in

also dumb chills. Dr. J. W. H. F. Browa. : j i-; ; South half 22.of south half section i, township NOTICE IS HEREBY CITESTHAr TB- .
15. range executor the last vttMw!
1UUMr. \V. B. Collins. .7' Weather at St Louis. The said land being assessed at the date ot of 4.COLE, andTHE
bis resi- HERBIXE it cured .. testament JOHN decesse,1Ip 8
H. U. BUtch la having Mory prescribed the issuance of such certificate in the name of -
J. F. Stewart. j St Louis, Jan. 28.-The thermometer Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed the ih day of February A.makf .ZJ;1\W.t\ :
I deuce recovered. E. L. Ferguson Is i me in two weeks. I canuot recommend Frank Cochrane. I' drcpped to 2 degrees below zero according to law. tax deed will issue *aal settlement of hila ttt.1t4t '
thereon on tht i6th day of February. A.D. 1904. for fin -hscharge. Such 6na1.aet\itilKat'-ua
F doing the work. it too highly, it will do all you T. P. Jackson. :- .. ;(.-:.f r betore sunrise today. In four days Witness my ofi signature and seal thia the appUcai -n to be made to the county Judge ofMarion I

*' 12th day of January A. D,1904. co r>ty,at Ocala. FloriHa/.. ,
In it." Sold by Anti Monop- Harry Coggan. .); over 10 inches of snow had fallen "
for
. Mr. W. .1. Willis and son were claim S. T.SISTRCNK 8 aS 6m f. .. UDDRLL.n. .
--Ocala oly Drug Store and Tydings & Co. m i irFi"'tf The bJured.:1'1.Ei 'I here. 115 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. .'... )UI.U&

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One AN of the ELOQUENT most modestly SESMOW.: eloquent i, :s!"f1"1111" "1' ". " !" " " " ''T""t"" " " " "


lemons! that has been heard in tie I == ....\ I'e t
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Methodist church In this city for
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some years was the one preached :
Sunday morning ty the pastor, Rev.
L. W. )Ioorl'. '
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"Covetou Ol'Si" was tht subject audIt ft'8g0 6 t 6 : THE' : '
was handled in an interesting, aa0: ''t. %g

pleasiugaud uiotl instructive man 0- .....
lier. '
He showed: iu siufuluess:! aud the
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elufuluewj of hoarding tur the mere 8- d 1 1 I I I [aT i
,1 I i TEPOTImo'
take of hoarding. Awl yet h" said
I'I f11Y1
the spirit of thrift, the spirit of sav- ..
lug, was commend and had the its \ -::::..-::::;; --
as "'
Approval of the bible all tUNU'h its ; A1waysRelJable I
pages "Go to the uut, thou sluggard, I
and consider her ways," was one of A { GROCERY
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53 :::
several texts he quoted in this con ...... I I
nection. --- d 1
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The bible he said only condemned :.
the improper .use of riches. That, i

treat necessary aggregation to carry of on wealth great enterprices. was- BREfID BEING TrE| STAFF OF LIFE, |

\ ID approval of this proposition ---- j. i '* m.. I
he cited the lessons constantly ;,"' ,,,"r: C._ .( M"<, ,4. __ i

being taught by nature. The aggregation. ': The better the Flour -: 2 i
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9f (he little rain drops that -_--__... ,. ;'. I ,,-," ; ,',', t ; ..
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nuke the rivulets and eventually :: .. The I i
tbe great billows of tbs ocean, the better the Bread; Ei
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flood of ,light that is formed by _

K myried of sunbeams. ; the deposit : The better the Bread, 3 !

I leaves and drift wood now seen in our tom- .... '

f coal beds,and the accumulation and : The stronger the Staff-3' .:
segregation of the dust and atoms of ,

mountains former rock. ages In now the heaped shape of up granite in our tl Ballard's Obelisk Flour Makes Whitest i Lightest Bread. | t


Nature, he said, not only stored her :. -

gifts but is constantly distributing f"o -

them.The early and the. latter rain, the REMEMBERt[ It is not so much what you pay as 3 '

dew and sunshine, the fruits and ;

flowers, were all cited as examples.It .

was poetic but a little inaccurateto what for what
get .
say that"many a flower is born to I you you pay.

blush unseen and waste its fragranceon .......
the desert air." The fragrance of

the flowers, he. said,are not wasted- :: It has been on this principal we have conducted our business, To =
nothing In nature is wasted. Nature ,

it idle always, never in shiftless a .giving-always mood.creating Never E give youj)just what you buy. Quality governing prices, for the best : : ;


aud The always sermon dispensing.sparkled with many ;: is the cheapest We 'can suit you in anything you want to buy as we == '


beautiful gems and the preacher was carry Grades to suit the Purchaser, '

often truly eloquent.
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Florid Philosophy.Do o- ... I
not stop to inquire about the -v e
faults or virtues of a hungry man-

open your purse and feed him.A :: Below we mention the prices on a few articles which only hold good :;

prayer is in tLe thought, not in..I --- ....
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the words. I
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The trial of life is severe an in H>mprebensible I :: until stock is exhausted; 3I

preparation for an un .
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known'destiny.In ......
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the silent inner realm of the ':: ::::
separate and in tividual soul our life ......
Prunes, 3 lor..t>c. f' Peaches 15c 2 for ...)e. .....
is understood, as like begets like. -

Cultivate those states of mind aBreaksastWheat-. lOc pkg. Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines, 15c lb. :;
which invite health, happiness and
Grape Nuts loc 2 for ?ac. Figs 15c lb. Cooking Figs lOc. A :::
peace. Make hope a fine art, trust a ..
habit,love a boon companion.A == '* Cleaned Currents lOc. Dates lOc pkg ;3 for 2;)(". .::..:

their!great faults many men are indebted to :;: Van Camps Hulled Corn better known as Lye Hominy 15c can 2 for 25. ::::

i More helpful than all the wisdomof Corn Starch, Rice Flour Farina, I-lb pkges lOc 3 for 23c. .....-
the world is one draught of simple ---
human pity that will not forsake! us. =: Pearl, Flaked and Granulated Tapioca i-lb pkges lOc 3 for 25c. ::::
tomIsle-- -
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Pensacola Journal.
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la Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe .-+-
11t- .I.
We have received the following w-
letter from Mr. Roy Kemp,of Angola, :: Presto and Vigor lOc packages/vand so it is ail along the line all we ==
Ind. "I was in bed four weeks with .....
la ,and I tried remedies

and with grippe spent physician considerable, but I many received for treatment no relief :: ask you is to call and see for yourself what we have to offer and at ::

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until I tried Foley'a Honey and ,
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Tar. Two small bottles of this medicine living =
== prlces. *
cured me, and now I use it ex. :: *
elusively in my family." lake no --

r} :,', substitutes. Postoffice Drug Store. .- Our desire is to please you and know of no better way of proving this than :::
f" It don't appear that Marion county ---
i_ J is going to have any candidate for by giving you the Best Goods for lowest prices consistent with a legitimate ::::

1 county offices and even those in office ---
I. are slow about rerunning. The local profit. ::::
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. field as it now appears presents the
:i', meet modest and remarkable condition .
ot things we ever remember to E Goods as represented or back
your
have known in the history of politics. money .
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Littleton R.Black, who has been up --- _
before the state and United State
court) very frequently during the past No Misrepresentation.
five years, was convicted at the late '
term of the U.S. court for violating -- 1
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section the United' S2-12 States of the and revised Tuesday statutes mornIng of. w- Don't Forget We Carry the Largest (Issortnjent) of TOILET SOPS !lQ the City ,and Prices are Low... ::

was sentenced by Judge Locke I.
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.J' to term one year
1.1.:I"I-r tX; .penitentiary. : Yours for more and better business, ;:

,)J.'f( Best Liniment on Earth. ..-
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Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City
rater Works Bhullsburg Wis., tiPI -
dies: "I."have tried many kinds TI-IETEA POT GROCERY.r
liniment, but have never received I
"t benefit until I used Ballard's .
,Linlment for rheumatism and -
A. I think it the best liniment tttlily- r ? +1,
earth." 25c, 50c and $1 bottle at

y dings Anti-Monopoly.I &Co. Drug.' Store and. m Ty- I u.UU..l..uuuuuuu.U.U.U1U".u.uuu..u.u.'ll....., ... .... ., ...,. .., ... ., .' llU..U.. uu


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