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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: February 5, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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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).
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VOL. AXXVII. NO 29 OCALA, l<'l.ORID.FRIOA Y. FEBRUARY 5, 1004 DOLLAR A YEAR

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== -r it the close nf the Episcopal eon voca- and her little son, who are visiting large turpentine operator, baa just

--s::: .. 1r 1 lion. to the citizens and press of Ocala I Mw. Bernard's parents, Dr. and Mrs. purchased from Gen. A. W. Gilchrist,

The Carbo-Magnetic Razor for: the kindoeM end attention shown Marean, are both seriously ill with of Punta Gorda, "patch" of timber Personal .

i.- ; r to the members while in Ocala. fever. Mr. Bernard is expected: here consisting of 56,840 acres. Wh-n

; Needs No lIoling. t -r this week. Ocala people do things they do them
1_ Miss\ Sue Barco, who has spent the ? Attention
I i
on scale.
] a big
=a.t = r-. I past four months i is New York ,City R-v. and Mrs.. C. E. Powell and

:: ::: at the Gardner flinching school on I I: son, Philip, returned Monday afternoon The best pbygic. ItOn e tried and

: -r. Fifth avenue returned home Saturday I from McIntosh Mr. Powell you will always use Chamberlain' The partners of this bank arc
; Stomach and Liver Tablets,"
E ,' Sold afternoon greatly to the delight dedicated the Christian church at say
-. Mrs. William A. Girard, Pease. Vt. 1 I interested in the success of its
= I of her friends. that place jRunday. He
many preached avery These tablets the most
are
prompt, I
:::: ::: customers and the communityat
t :: ::: sermon! and the services through. most pleasant and most reliable cath
Mrs. W. M. Ross, of Hines, Mrs.
= by r out were exceedingly interesting. artic in use For sale by Antimonopoly large. Personal attention U
:::: i ::: Buskin, of Anthony and Miss Letie Drug Store
m
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'- j Smith, of Sarasota, spent Saturday in In our mention of an accident to a given to every detail of the
== ."-F, : I Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Gray Misses
-- the city and were guests at the OealaHouse. young man while painting the Williams bank's business.
Polk and Ophelia Gray, 'who have
. -- -- house several days ago we erred
been attending the convocation and
-- -- :Mr. W. W. Carmaa shipped to New in the name. Instead of Boyd the
who have been the guests of Dr. and I Munroe & Chambliss
I young man's name was J.aurence ,
York Saturday:! three thousand poundsof
\V.I Mn. D. M. Smith for the week left
!
I I deer tongue, fometimes called Hols tun. We are pleased to learn i
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE.
j is Friday for their home at St.: Peters : Bankers
!
, improving rapidly. ,
Florida vanilla. He siys that the des I '
i j:: Prescriptions receive careful attention. -:: burg. Mr. Gray was! the rector of' OCALA
FLORIDA.Rowe's .
::::: man I for this product is constantly Miss Cornell Allow of
I' Mobile : Grace: hurch this city for a number of
I becoming larger. who has beeu spending tha winter in I
years and his many friends were
tI ,7!1'11'11' 11'111jl1jl1jl1jl1111l11l1.11l11l11l11l11l11l1ll11l11l11l1' l11f Atlanta, i* visiting friend in Tbomtisvillf -
The meeting of the reading club delighted at the opportunity to see New Cafe =
f where she is the recipient of
with Mrs. 0., R. McKean Monday charming altt'utioDSAtlanta (G.t.) him and his family again.

afternoon was a very pleasant one. I JournaL II the place to buy Fruits.Confectionery, JTuU,
If ...d.B f When you feel blue and that everything Lunches,Hot Coffe Soil Cold Drinks Tobacco
The club will meet next week with Mii-s Ahlum will arrive in Ocala in Cigars.Chickens,Eggs and Produce; Oyster a
W take dose of
jf goes wrong, a
:Mr C. V. Y *peci: lty. We sell them ia any qnaolitr derir.
iller.
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE a short while to be the guest of Miss Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
ed. We have aa DJ L. date cook sad acne
Violet Harris. Tablets. They will cleanse and invigorate them in any style.
The lata John F. EJ wlI.rJaleft no
your stomach, regulate your Ray per plate ISo i
LANDS. will, but in case of death, left certain Mr. G. R: Troxler after a two bowels, give you a relish for your food Per dOl on half shell iSo s

directions which Mrs. Edwards will week's visit in Ocala with his brother and make you feel that in this ol
r attempt to carry out, but nothing is Mr.T. W. Troxler, bas returned to his world is a good place to live. For fry 350

lands wish to sell yet in shape for publication.Mr. home at Vaiden, Miss. Mr. Troxler sale by Antimonopoly drag store, m ,Half Fry 200
t If you have any phosphate you or By the Pint 20e
communicate with him. was greatly delighted with Ocala and Mr. 0. P. Havens president of the
lease on royalty and Mrs. J. B. Hiers and youngson By the Quart 35o

yesterday for Jacksonville to our cli'iiate and our people and hoots Society for the Prevention to Crueltyto By Half Gallon ISo

to come to Ocala again next winter. By the Gallon l.lOo
Animals has given notice to the
reside :Mr. Hiers'rnnnow ,
permanently. u_ _. ._ i I Fresh and Salt Water fish. #
hack drtvers of Jacksonville
Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. being between that city aud Maj. Burnham, of Way Texas, that Coantry trade solicited. Ladiee
they must blanket their horses and sad Genti. Come and see as and be coatiaccd. I
instead of Fernandina
Tampa to who has a very pretty orange grove on _
We
guarantee satisfaction ia
t f t \ Tampa. They will reside on Main Lake Weir was in 0.:Saturday and I especially night. He says to have I quality and price you or your money refunded.quantity $a

horses standing to the we respectfully solicit share of
exposed
up your patron-
street in S riugtieJd.rl sals that he bus a nice crop of fruit
age. Open day and night till ia o'clock and
weather at this of the
night at
season
IW ELIZABETH HASSI3. Local: Editor Mr. E. S. Upham, of Weird le, : P. L. of this year with a good prospect for a during the day Sundays. No. 101 North Uk '.
Owens t'ensacola
: year U the worst form of cruelty and Doha street first door south of the John McCarthy
larger geld in future The
1 spent Friday here. who has been visiting her parents years. old br k store Ocala,Fla.
we think he is right. A person who
there lire feeling buoyant I
1 HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Dr. and Mrs. Mareau growers very
: U. L. Norton from for several weeks S. E. ROWE
Mr. recently cannot show humanity to his beast Marjager.I .
l and believe that"old times have come
Texas! has ac 'pted a position! with was called home by telegraph Wednesday i ought not to ba allowed to own one.. I ---

Hon. John B. Floyd of Irvine, is Dr. William Anderson.Mr. on account of her hubllond'I. again. Messrs. J. Livingston and Son (DN[ M tON SEED[[ FO

: In the city. serious!! it1nt' s. I Mrs. M B. Arentz, of R Chester, consummated anothelsale Wednesdayto !LE
Sandford of Montezuma
Birdey -
: ',$tr. T. H.Jo'hn (;U went down to Ga in spending a ,fw days in Dr. W. R O. Veal, of Fellowship, I \. Y., arrived in the city Saturday parties at Vincennes Ind. The have on hind bOO pounds of the
I afttruoou aud is the guest of Mrs.: R. famous Eden Watermelon .
Lakeland Wednesday.Mrs. Ocala his old home. i Mr. James H. Badger, of Bliichtou, I sale comprisfs five hundred acres of Seed wbi. I.
A. Burford. Mrs. Armlz formerly I will sell reasonable figure if ".Id
and Mr. Robert W. Ferguson, of land five miles south of Ocala and
'-' I HowelJ and Mrs.Bell of York, I Mrs. Alfred returned lived iu Ocala but for the past seven at once. The Eden Melon Is the test
Ayer Saturdty
Berlin, M pioneer subscribers to this w&ssold toMr.Henry W.Simpson and shipper kuowu and these eds
were among the shoppers in Ocala on from a visit to friends and relativesat years has been living in Rochester.She s ) wre
paper, were in Ocala Saturday. two other parties whose names we selected fruit large and perfectly
Wednesday. her old home Mela tosh. ---- has many friends here who are
at
shaped stock. For prices etc. writeBlaekville.
did not learn. These gentlemen will ,
Mrs. John Iliusbrough and youngson delighted to have a visit from her.

Mr. L. M. Thomas, of Alexander Judge W. S. Bullock returned Saturday Herudon after a week's visit! in immediately take possession of the I. F. STILL

City, Ala., U vUitiug his uncle Mr. from Braideutown where be Ocala as the guests of Mrs. Willia mHocker Mrs. Jean K. Austin entertained in property and begin farming opera S. C.

D. W. Whetstoue. had been presiding over the court. anti Mrs. G. >i. Hubbard left the Origiual Whist Club in a very tions. Their first crop will be water

. dtlightful and happy manner: Wed. melons and cantaloupes.Mr. BRANCH'S
Mlu Grace tchell is home from Miss Leila Barnes left Saturday for Leesburg, where they will visit fora
nesday afternoon. Besides the regular Morton F. Plant of the
non
the Jasper Normal school for a visit for a three week's visit to her frieud, few days before returning to their Genuine Rattles a e
members of the club there were
home in late Henry B Plant, a director in the i
to ber mother. Mrs. R. at Tampa.
B.Templeton, Daytona.
-- quitea number of visitors present, Atlantic Coast Line railway and vice WATERMELON SEED.

t t.i Miaa Lillian Goldnamer, of Eliza. Miss Annie Bittinger of Pennsyl Rev. J. A. Hendry went down to there being seven tables in all.Mrs. president of the Southern:! ExpreSA Only Pure Strain in the United States

bethtown, Ky., is the attractive vania, arrtved in Ocala Saturday and Sutherland Saturday afternoon to C. R. Tydings won the prize. a Company, was iu Ocala Saturday
Carefully selected.
guest of Mrs William Hocker.Mr. is the guest of her brother, Mr.C. L. visit the Conference College there. ban:Jsome book. Mr. Plant was accompanied! by Mr. other Pure seed vanety impossible grown on Kept where plantation pore different 35 ol year 1500 varieties acres.No

Bittinger. Mr. Henry I is the traveling represen- Miss May d-j Jarnette, who spent William Flynn, Mr. James V. Sweetser are grown.
TOlD Harris came down from __
tative of this excellent and goz.iVcaoay3 Ib.4oc K tt.63 I lb. |1..1
flourishing ; $;
} E. Winchester
some weeks in Ocala: this winter with h. C. aud Mrs. .
Jacksonville Wednesday for a short Miss Mamie Rounsaville\ of Rome 10 K>s,f 10-DeliTered.
i institution.Mr. Mrs. W. J. Chambers was an attendant John Eastman. They remained Send for
Seed
Annual. "Miaoat
visit with her parents.Mr. Ga., arrived in Ocala Wednesday and Cnl ." OB Melon
ure Remit
lOCo
at the wedding of her brother over all day visited !Silver: Springs by regiatcred letter or
is the guest of Misses: Eulalee and W. H. Clark, Ocali'a famous money order.

Charles K. Harris, a popu lar angler and nimrod returned Mr. William Je Jarnette ani Mire and took short drives about the city. M. I. BRANCH
Eloyse Izlar on Carolina Heights. Saturday ,

v ouug traveling man of Macon, Ga,. afternoon from a week's outing at Mary Lucy White last Wednesday at They left Sunday morning for Bellair Columbia Co. Berzella Oa .

4..ltbL Tuesday and Wednesday in this The most reliable preparation for Orange Lake. His trip was a most Eatontown, Ua. Miss de Jarnettewore where they are spending the winter

kidney troubles on the market is snccssful a white cloth gown and a large at the Belleview Hotel.
one as he returned laden It Will
city.Folt'y' Trr Foley's Kidney Cure. Postoffice Drug
Honey cures the Store. m with snipe, dUCK, quail and a quantityof white ht. Whisky Midicints.
cough caused by attack of la grippe.It .
fuh. Mr. Clarence Hale and Miss Alice The temperance press is emphasizing .
Mr. R. A. Burford returned Wednesday
heals the lungs. Postoffice DrugStore
the danger to the home in the use Pay You !
m from Dixon Springs: Tenn., Hale of Brooksville spent a portionof
__ Mr.V.. H. Hern, of Chicago, repre- of"medicines" which are loaded with

Mr. T. A. Mitchell, manager of the where he attendei the funeral of his senting the American Newspaper Wednesday in Ocala. Miss Hale whisky or alcohol. In this respect

Marion Mercantile Company, of father the late \IaJ.RobertA. Buford. Association, made this office a call was returning home from Lynchburg aa well as in the remarkable characterof IF You have any Real Estate

Va. where she had been to sell,
attending their cures Dr. Pierce's medicines
Belleview, was a visito to Ocala on Saturday. Mr. Hern is placing the ,
Mr. George K. Robinson has to
gone the Randolph-Macon Womans college differ from other preparations. Dr.Pierce's .
Monday Jacksonville to to make Warner Library in this city, and Golden Medical OR
try arrangements Discoveryand
and her brother met her in Jackson

Mr. Clifford Oakley, of Jackson. for a golf tournament to beheld while here sold several sets. ville. They left for their home on the "Favorite Prescription" contain in You're thinking of coming

vole, who travels for the Ocean on the links in this city sometime Judge W. 8. Bullock, of Ocala, who afternoon train. no alcohol, whisky! or other Intoxicant II to Florida fora home,
and free from
are equally opium,
was at the within the next few weeks.Folt'y's .
Steamship Company has been in Braidentowu presiding at -
cocaine and other narcotics. Every
Mr. Tewnley Porter, who for a number OR'IF ;
0c411House Wednesday. and the special term of court this week, family should have a copy of thePeople'f
Honey Tar ia best for of has been employed at the
years You desire to invest in
Common Sense Medical Adviser any
has made a most favorable impression
Mothers cau safely Rive Foley'aHoney croup and whooping cough, contains H. B. Master's warehouse in this city, sent absolutely free on receiptof kind of Florida property,
and Tar to their children for no opiates, and cures quickly. Care. upon our people by his fairness and ,
left Sunday for Jacksonville, wherehe stamps to pay expense of mailing
coughs and colds, for it contains no ful mothers keep it in the house. courtesy and the promptness with TO SEE
Poetoffice Postoffice Drug Store m has accepted a responsible position only. Send 21 one cont stamps for
other poisons.
opiates or which he has coaducted the businessof
the book in paper covers, er 31 stamps OR WRITEOCALA.
Store m with the new wholesale grocery firm
Drug Mrs. G. Watson came up from her the court.-Braidentown Journal. for the cloth binding. Address Dr. .
e of Hargraves & Dunn just establishedin
Mr. Henry Stevens, of High home at Crystal River Wednesday R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.FOLEY1ONEYTAR. '
We had a pleasant visit Saturday that city. Mr. Porter's Ocala
a Springs, Is spending a few days in the and spent the day with her sister, J. H.IIVINGSTON I H &SONS
afternoon fron Dr.
Cowles, of Eng- friends regret exceedingly bit depar
[ city. He- is the guest of his parents, Mrs. C. E. Absoa. She returned ,
land, but more recently from A is* ture but wish hill success in his new Cures Pre, ", Pneumonia FLORIDA. .
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens. home on the afternoon train. .
.,- tralia. The doctor ia visiting Ocala position.

Mrs. Kraybill, of Chicago Is inOcala Mr. Ralph Edwards, representing for the benefit of his little daughter, GREAT
Several varieties of fish at all sea SACRIFICE SALE !II ,
to spend a few weeks with her the Industrial Record, of Jackson. who is suffering from asthma. We
sons of the year, are poisonous. 1 he

a ,husband, Mr. E. W. Kraybill, of this vile, has teen in Ocala for the past hope the little sufferer will derive poisonous varieties of mushroomsoften Have a Great Quantity ..

city. I few days and will report the Ocala benefit from our climate.Mr. cause death. It is well to of Second Hand Furni-

MrHandMri. Simon:; Benjamin returned : Meat Packing demonstration for Ills James H. Badger, of Oldtown, know how to treat all such eases, and ture. Much of it as Good mg.Ceiling. ,

to their home in Jacksonville excellent paper. recently killed some very fine Florida the information is given in "Poisons- as New, all Manner of ok. ..

i Wdneday. While here they were Kidney complaint kills more people porkers. He put the shoulders and Remedies" one of the series of medical Articles and for '

.. J guts at the OcaU House. to than the any disease other being disease.so insidious This is that due hams in cold storage Friday and showed handbooks being i issued by The I: LACK: OF STORAGE R rp pier W;J')l I

us receipt for same. Eight weighed
Mutual Life Insurance
of
( "WJnter coughs are apt to result inconsumption it gets a good hold on the system be- Company Will sell at almost your price. Call at 01 I am constantly ".. a

't |- if neglected. They can fore it i is recognized. Foley's Kidney 160 pounds or 20 pounds each. This New York. The book is sent on request E. C. SMITH ly quantities and I
Li not'very1igbt weight. It is alto- to who address the Home ,
be soon broken u|' by using Fol(>y'.\ Cure will prevent the development of any

+e H uey and Tar. Postoffice Drug fatal! disease if taken in time. Post- gether a mistake that all Florida hogs Office of the Company, New York Ocala Furniture I Ij

Store. m ,r ffi*e Drugstore.; m I are razorbacks.!! City. j


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VOL. AXXVH, NO 20 OOALA, Fl.OIUD.FRIDAY.. FEBRUARY 5. 1904 POLLAR A YEAR
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""r"r"r""r""r"r"r"r'1r"r"'t1r"'r"r"r'tr"r"r"" " " " " " "lll1' A cordial vote of thanks: was passedat '! Mrs. B. S. Bernard, of Pen colk.! M r. B. W. Blount, of this city, a .

--- ---- the close of the Episcopal convocation and her little son, who are visiting large turpentine operator, has just

I IC == to the citizens and press of Ocala :I Mr s. Bernard's parents Dr. and Mrs. purchased from Gen. A. W. Gilchrint,

I The Carbo-Magnetic Razor i if. for the kltlC1D and attention shownto .1''. Marean, are both seriously ill with of Punta Gorcraa"patch" of timber Personal

'-I'- I II the members while in Ocala. I ver. Mr. Bernard is expected: here consisting of 6&lQ acres. Wb>nOcala i

j -== f Heeds No rlorjing. == Miss Sue Barco, who has: spent the I this week. people do things they do them

== 1 -_- I on a big scale. Attention '
pant four months ii; New York Cityat Rev and Mrs.. C. E. Powell and

-- --- the Gardner tiuirhing school on l I I son, Philip, returned Monday afternoon The best physic. "One tried and

car- 1- I Fifth avenue, returned home Saturday from Mclntofeb. Mr. Powell you will always use Chamberlain' The
== partners of this bank
.,. are
I Stomach and Liver Tablet "
Sold : afternoon greatly to the delightof dedicated the Christian! church at say
::: Mrs. William A. Girard, Pease Vt. interested in the success of its
her many friends that glare Sunday. He preached avery
3d .
J These tablet are the most
a.-_ .c prompt,
--- customers
sermon and the services throughout : most pleasant and most reliable : and the communityat
cathartic
::: Mr*. W. M. Ross, of Hines, Mrs. I
a-- .\,. by -- Baskiu, of Anthony and Miss Letie were exceedingly interesting.In in use For sale by ADti-monopoly large. Personal attention is
r ; Drug Store m
r= Smith, of Sarasota, spent Saturday In our mention of an accident to a } given to every detail of the r

--- \ -- the city and were guests at the Ocala young mu while painting the Williams Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Gray, Misses bank's business.

-- ---- House. house several days ago we erred Polk and Ophelia Gray, who have

1 Mr. W. W. Carman shipped to New flu the name. Instead of Boyd the | been attending the convocation and
who have been the guests of Dr. and Munroe & Chambliss.
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York Saturday three thousand poundsof young man's name was Laurence W. iHolstun. I
: !' We I Ii : Df rs. D. JI. Smith for the week, left
I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE j deer tongue, coiuetimes called are pleased to learn he I
111 i improving j Friday for their home at St. Peters- I Bankers
Florida rapidly
: vanilla.: He says that the de- i ,
:: Prescriptions receive careful attention. ::_: I burg. Mr. Gray was the rector of
1 ::: man I for this product is constantly OCALA, FLORIDA.Robe's .
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-- J11lIIIIIIIIIIIIlllI11UIIIiIJIIlllllullll111111111111111lIl : Miss Cornell Ahlum, of Mobile, : Grace church this city for a number of
becoming larger. who has been spending* winter in |
JllJllllllllh years and his many friends were
Atlanta visiting friends in Thomtisvjll ,
The -
't, meeting of the reading dub delighted at the New
opportunity to see Cafe
"11 *-, where she is the recipient of
with Mrs. O.
R. McKean !
Monday charming ulioD3 Atlanta (G.,.) him aud his family again.
R--" j afternoon was a very pleasant one. I I I Journal. II[ the place to buy Fruits Confectionery, Nuts
I,, When feel blue and that IuncheaHotCodeSoltCold Drinks
The club will you everything Tolacco
meet next week with Misa Ahluw will arrive In Ocala in
i Cigars.Chickens,Eggs and
goes wrong, take a dose of I Produce Ojrtm Illpecislty.
1 David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE Mrl C. V. 1"111cr. a abort while to be the guest of Miss Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver We lien them in any qnaalitr desire
r ed. We hare aa lip t.-date cook sad senc
Violet Harris. Ta blets. They will cleanse and invigorate them in
The late John F. EJ wards left no f any style.

I LANDS. your stomach, regulate your Ray, per plate I5o
will, but in case of death left certaindirections Mr. G. R Troxler after a two
bowels, give you a relish for your food Per dOl on half shill i5c
j which Mrs. Edwards will week's visit! in Ocala with his brothers and make you feel that in this old Stew 25e

attempt to carry our, but nothing! 3 is T. \V. Troxler, bas returned to hill world is a good place to live. For Fry 35o

1 If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or yet in shape tor publication. home at Vaiden, Miss. Mr. Troxler sale Anti-monopoly drug store m ,Half Fry 20cB

4 communicate with him. ------ wa greatly delighted with Ocala | the Pint 20e
lease on royalty Mr. and Mr. O. P. Havens
and Mrs. J. B. Hiers and young president of the By the Quart 3Se

son yesterday for Jacksonville t to I our cl '1l&te aud our people aud hoots Society for the Prevention to Cruelty By Half Gallon 65e

reside permanently Mr. Hiers' run to come to Ocala_again= __ next_ winter. '.j to Animals, has given notice to the By the Gallon 'l.lOe
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Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. now being between that city and Maj. Burnham, of Wa.., o. Texas, hack drivers of Jacksonville that Country trade aolicited. Ladies

Tampa instead of Fernandiua to who has a very pretty orange grove on they must blanket. their horses and and GenU. Come and see nf aid be cooTinced
t ee A Tampa will reside especially night He to have I We guarantee yon catUfactioa ia qaaatitf
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They ou Main Lake Weir wasiu Ocala hturdJ4Y aud says quality and price or your money refunded.

... street in Springfield. says that he has! a nice crop of fruit | horses standing up exposed to the We respectfully folicit a share of your patron
age. Open davand night tin 12 o'clock and
SilA ELISABETH HAB2I3 Local Editor Mr. E. S. Upham, of Weirsdale, Mrs. R. L. Owens, of t'ensacola, I this year with a good prospect for a weather at night at this season of the during the day Sundays. No. loj North M. -

spent Friday here. larger eM{ in future years. The year is the worst form of cruelty and suits street, first door south of the John 101...
who has been visiting her parents f Carthy old br k store.Ocala Fla.
ABOUT TOWN there we think he Is right. A person who
HAPPENINGS growers are feeling very buoyant ,
1 Mr. U. L. Norton Dr. and Mr?. Mareau for several weeks
recently from cannot show humanity to his S. E. ROWE Marjager.
1J and believe that "old time have come
1i J Texas has ac pted a position with was called home by telegraph Wed- I Li I
i lion. John B. Floyd, of Irvine, is again." ought not to b* allowed to own one. ---
nesday ou account of her hU
DIn William Anderson.Mr. ,

,t the city. Sandford Birdsey, of Montezuma serious irlnt'- s. IIiDd'J J I1 I Mrs. M. 1$. Arectz, of Chester, consummated Messrs. J. H.anothehale-Li vingoJton Wednesdayto and Son (ON( MEON f 0 N fD( FOB SiLE '

\ptr. T.H..i bnlonwut down to \. Y., arrived in the city Saturday ,
\ Ga in spending a few days i in Dr. W. II O. Veal, of Fellowship, parties Vincenues, Ind. Tbe I have on bend bOO Plulllfs of the
LaKeland Wednesday. afttruoou and is the guest of \lrll. R.
Ocala, his old home. Mr. James H. hedger, of Bliicbtou, sale comprises five hundred acres of famous Eden Watermelon Seed wb-ii|
A Burford. Mra. Arenlz formerly! I will sell at .
and Mr. Robert W. reasonable figure if e Ul
Ferguson of
'" t+ Mrs. and :Mr.Bell, of York, I land five miles south of Ocala and
Howell
Mrs. Alfred Ayer returned Saturdiy Berlin all lived in Ocala but for the past seven at once. The Eden Melon is the beat
pioneer subscribers
in Ocala onWednesday. to tbis was sold to Mr.Henry W.t:>iwpoon and
the
were among choppers from a visit to friends and relatives years has been living in Rochester shipper known, and these weds wre
paper, were in Ocala Saturday.Mrs. .
two other parties whose selected fr
names we >ui large and
at her old borne at){dntosh. j She has many friends here who are perfectly
John did not learn. These gentlemen will shaped stock. For prices, etc., write
and
Hiusbrough
young delighted to have a visit from her
of Alexander
'Mr. L. M. Thomas
Judge IV. 8. Bullock returned Saturday immedia'ely take of th I
possession e
son, Herudon, after a week's visit in i I. F. STILL
City, Ala., is vUitiug his uncle. Mr. from Braideutown, where be )Ir3. Jeau K. Austin entertained j iu property and begin
Ocala as the guests of Mrs. William{ farming opera Blaekvitle, $. C.
D. W. Whetstone. had been presiding over the court. Hooker and Mrs. G. >i. Hubbard left the Original Whist Club in a very tions. Their first crop will be watermelons j -

Miss Grace Harebell is home from Miss Leila Barnes left Saturday for Leeaburg, where they will visit fora dtlightful and happy manner Wednesday and cantaloupes.Mr. BRANCH'S

the Jasper Normal school for a visit for a three week's visit to her friend, few days before returning to their afternoon. Besides the regular Morton, F. Plant, son of the I Genuine

to her mother. Mrs R. B.Temphton, at Daytona. home in Tampa. members of the club there werequite late Henry B. Plant, a director in the Rattlesnake

a number of visitors present, Atlantic Coast Line railway and vice WATERMELON SEED.
8* Miss Lillian Goldnamer, of Eliza Rev. J. A. Hendry went down
Miss Annie Bittinger, of Pennsylvania to there being seven tables in all., president of the Southern:: Express

bethtowD, Ky., ia the attractiveguest arrived in Ocala Saturday and Sutherland Saturday afternoon to Mrs. C. R. Tydings won the prize, a Company, was iu Ocala Satutda V. Only' Pure Strain in the United States

of Mrs. William Hocker. is the guest of her brother Mr.C. L. visit the Conference College there. handsome book. Carefully selected. Kept pure 35 yon No
Mr. Plant was accompanied by Mr. other variety grown on plantation ol ijoo acre.
Mr. Henry is the Pure seed imposable when different varieties
Mr. Tom Harris came down from Bittinger.__ traveling representative Miss May d-s Jarnette, who spent Wiliiam Flynn, Mr. James V. tiweeteer :: I are grown.i .

Jacksonville Wednesday for a short :Miss Mamie Rounsavill, of Rome of this excellent and flourishing some weeks in Ocala this winter with Mi.E. C. Winchester aud Mr!. 01.. ijc; a oz,85;K lb,4oc;H Ib,65; I tt, I.J3;
institution. to lbs,Sio-Delivered.
visit with her parents.Mr. Ga., arrived in Ocala Wednesday and Mrs. W. J. Chambers was an attendant John Eastman. They remained Send for Seed Annual "Mieoil on Melon

is the guest of Misses Eulalee and Mr. W. H. Clark, Ocala famous at the wedding of her brother, over all day, visited Silver Springs, CuI money are." joe.. Remit by tegiatered letter or
Charles K. Harris a popular
,
Eloyse Izlar on Carolina Heights. angler and nimrod, returned Saturday )Ir. William Je Jarnette ant Miss and took short, drives about the city. order.M.. I.{ BRANCH-
I joung traveling man of Macon, Ga,.
y afternoon from a week's outing at JlaryLucy ll'hitelasllVt dne'dayEatontown at They left Sunday morning for Bellair, Columbia Co. Berzella, C*
it etn Tuesday and Wednesday in this The most reliable preparation for
Orange Lake. His trip was a most Ga. Miss de Jarnettewore where they are spending the win[
kidney troubles on the market isis
city.Foley' Foley's Kidney Cure. Postoffice Drug succssful one as he returned laden a white cloth gown and a large at the Belleview Hotel. erIt Will
and Tar the
Honey cures
white hftt.
Store. m with snipe, ducK, quail and a quantity Whisky Mtdicinis.
cough caused by attack of la grippe I

It heals the lungs. Poatofflee Drug Mr. R. A. Burford returned Wednesday of fish. Mr. Clarence Hale and Miss Alice: The temperance press is emphasizing

Store m from Dixon Springs, Tenn., Mr. W. H. Hern, of Chicago, representing Hale, of Brooksville, spent a portion the danger to the home in the use Pay You !
of"medicines" which
blrr.'f. A. Mitchell, manager of the where he attendei the funeral of the American Newspaper of Wednesday in Ocala. Miss Hale are loaded with
whisky or alcohol. In this respectfell
Marion Mercantile Company, of father, the late Maj.Robert A. Buford. Association, made this office a call was returning home from Lynchburg, as \ as in the remarkable characterof I IF You have any Real Estate

Belteview, was a visitor to Ocala on Mr. George K. Robinson has gone to Saturday. Mr. Hern is placing the Va., where she had been attendingtbe their cures, Dr. Pierce's medicinesdltfer to sell,

Monday.Mr. Jacksonville to try to make arrangements Warner Library in this city, and Randolph-Macon Womaus college; |I from other preparations. Dr.Pierce's I'I ORYou're
and her brother met her in Jackson Golden Medical Discoveryand
Clifford Oakley, of Jackson for a golf tournament to beheld while here sold several sets "Favorite Prescription" containno t
ville. They left for their home on the thinking of coming
vile, who travels for the Ocean on the links in this city sometime Judge W. S. Bullock, of Ocala, who afternoon train. alcohol, whisky! or other intoxicant I IF to Florida fora home,

Steamship Company, was at theO within the next few weeks. has been in Braidentown ,and are equally free from opium,
presidingfor at
[ 4la.Hou!>4t Wednesday Mr. Tawnley Porter, who for a number cocaine and other narcotics. Every OR ; .
Foley's Honey and Tar is best the special term of court this week, I family should have a copy of the I t
of has been i
years employed at the
:Mothers can safely Rive Foley's croup and whooping cough, contains. has made a most favorable impression ; Pecple'f Common Sense Medical Adviser in You desire to inyest in any

Honey and Tar to their children for no opiates, and cures quickly. Careful upon our people by his fairness and 1 H. B. Master's warehouse In this city sent absolutely free on receipt l |l" kind of Florida property, ;

coughs and colds, for it contains no mothers keep it in the hou se,. courtesy and the promptness with left Sunday for Jacksonville wherehe of stamps to pay expense of mailing

opiates or other poisona. Postoffice Postoffice Drug Store. m has accepted a responsible position only.. Send 21 one cout stamps for l TO SEEps
which he has coaducted the business
Drug Store. m with the new wholesale grocery firm the book in paper covers, er 31 stem OR WRITEJINal1Y1NGS10H& '
Mrs. 0. Watson 'from
9 came up her of the conrt.-Braldentown Journal. fir the cloth binding. Address Dr.
Mr. Henry Stevens, of High home at Crystal River Wednesdayand of Hargraves & Dunn just established -- -

a | Springs, is upending a few days in the. spent the day with her sister, We had a pleasant visit Saturday in that city. Mr. Porter's Ocala F'
< SONS O
I city. He is the guest of his parents, Mrs. C. E. Abson. She returned \ afternoon fron Dr. Cowles, of Eng i friends regret exceedingly bit departure I1 -

land, but more recently from Am, but wish his
s- success in his '
: )lr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens. home on the afternoon train. new Cores Pro *i Pneumonia OCALA FLORIDA. _
_" I IIra. tralia. The doctor is visiting Ocala position. .

) Kraybill, of Chicago, is In I I Mr. Ralph Edwards representing for the benefit of his little daughter> ,, --
Several varieties of fish, at all seasons -
Ocala to spend a few weeks with her the Industrial Record, of Jacksonville > who is suffering from asthma. W GREAT SACRIFICE SALE I II
of the year, are poisonous. 1 be
f,husband, Mr. E. W. Kraybill of this has teen iu Ocala for the past hope the little sufferer will derive Have a Great
e poisonous varieties of mushroom Quantity
city. few days and will report the Ocala benefit from our climate. of Second
Hand
often cause death. It is well to Furni-

Mr..and ){n. Simon Benjamin re-j Meat Packing demonstration for Ills Mr. James U. Badger, of Old town, know how to treat all such cases, and ture Much of it as Good ,

1 turned to their* home in Jacksonville 1 1I excellent paper. recently killed some very fine Florida the information is given in "Poisons- as New, all Manner of '

|| XV.due.day. While here they wetguta o Kidney complaint kills more people porkers. He put the shoulders and Remedies," one of the series of medical Articles and for

at the Ocala House. than any other disease. ThU is due hams in cold storage Friday and showed -
' handbooks being issued The LACK OF
. to the disease being so insidious that by STORAGE R(
4 to result in it geUa good hold the us receipt for same. Eight weighed Mutual Life Insurance Company! of
Winter coughs are apt on system before Will sell at almost
pounds or 20 each. your price. Call at 01
1160
'<. consumption If neglected. They can it is recognized. Foley's Kidney pounds This New York. The book is sent on request -

be soon broken up by using Foley'sH Cure will prevent the development o f LJ Dof very light weight. It is alto- to any who address the Home E. C. SMITH .

,' iey and Tar. Postoflice Drug fatal disease if taken in time. Post-I getber a mistake that all Florida hogs Office of the Company, Sew York Ocala Furniture '

Store. ai: .rffie DrugsStore! I t|I I are razorback City. .-
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.: I and will try to get my party to sup- Arthur Brown, of that place. For the Ocala Nigh 1 School Library .. Mr. Carn Makes His Announcement.In .
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Get the Most port the best men and the best policies The performing bears that arrivedin If there be one thing more than
view of the fact that Mr. J. II. Brinson. my opponent far ta* .....
and I will not abuse those who Ocala Monday, paid Belleview a another needed at me Ocala High .
Out Your Food
of superintendent of public instruction has written many ....... alt ***r

You don't and can't if your stomach differ with me. visit Saturday, much to the amuse- : School it is a libr.ry, aud Ocala has county and has been working for six months, I hope that yi will not t1lah -

is weak. A weak stomach does not digest I will get as many! of my neighbors ment of the small boys of the place not yet developed au Andrew Carnegie I am. too early in sending: out this annouCK't'ffif'nt.c larta aty ,...

all that is ordinarily taken into it. as I can to read the farmers' bulletinsand and others. to supply this need. But it can sons and claims for asking for the office for another tern,

It gets tired easily and what it fails to for be I fully know that the office does not belong to..... U I* aa aaV la th*
If
farm papers, so that they may cooperate Mr. Jackson Mixter Ml Sunday partly supplied all our people
digest is wasted. hands of the voters and I believe the most important eate la ta* ewanty.
with in bringing about Ocala for a short stay. join together: aud from time to time
Among the signs of a weak stomach me I I I wish to say, in the beginning:, that I have the ktad*.t fi-Mai toward Mr.
are uneasiness after eating, fits of nervous the loss of their charter in make donations to u.
to
better farming methods.I Owing Brinson; we have been close friends for fifteen yean. I awawv. h* will slabs
headache, and disagreeable belch
,, ing. will avoid debt as I would a pesti the recent fire, which destroyed their Iu order to accomplish thix purpose you a good officer should :you see fit to give him ta* oeTk*, (Mat I de aat a.>

"I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at lence.I building, the Masons were unable to audrviuru full value for the donations lieve he could make more of a success than my adman ralbs aw hat*.

different times for stomach troubles, and a I Now I trust that you will not think I am hos.tier ia vayia that I .. to..
ran down condition or the system and have will investigate the prottii: my bold their regular monthly meeting tiupt. Cam, acting in conjunction
been greatly benefited by its use. I would that with experience and knowledge ot the nchoote art ....k!*V .l ta*
wife makes on poultry and see if the Saturday night. with the teacher of the school, has
not be without it in my family. I am trou-. administration my work for the next term at tea**. wIM a. attr far ta.

bled and especially nausea In and summer find Hood's witn'weak Saraaparllla stomach industry could not be profitably ex Mr. Albert Denser, of Pittsburg, secured Prof. Marvin Williams the schools than his could be.I .

invaluable." E.B.HICKMAS, W.Chester. Pa. tended. Pa., is visiting his sister, Mrs.. ijallz-:) Alkahest Lyceum bureau, to deliver a considered the question of making the race toag aad wU afar* mattag !

Hood's Sarsaparillaand I will try to keep plenty of fruit, weidle. lecture for the benefit of .the school my announcement and I feel that there are maay raaaaa way I ....... ta. NIke -

and should ask for it another term.
Pills milk and eggs for family use ar d will Another change has occurred to library.
First. The schools are now in better shape and aaaaclal a4IUaa la fc>.....
Strengthen and tone the stomach and enlarge my orchard.I one of the business dUD of the town. The lecture will be given on the
the whole work for the next term than ever before. When I went la oaTc vvn yaar .1
.- digestive system. will the planting of Mr. Nathan Mayo, of Summ-rrield:) night of Tuesday February: 9ih, at the
encourage ago the lowest indebtedness of the schools ran ta ta* Manner of ls.7 m..

flowers about .he house, and every has purchomrd the stock of )1 r. Peter Armory. Reiw-rved seat, 5'!>L, general $15,000 and in the winter months. when It Is always ta* alga*... it waa ttt.
HEW
YEAR RESOLUTIONSFOR
other reasonable eff.irt to make my Jones. The new concern will Ut' IIdUU!! iou 3.5. '1 he school girl will 000. Every month I brought the amount of outMaodlug warraats biters la*

f { THE FARMER. home beautiful. known as the Marion Mercantile I sell the tickets aud it is hoped thatthey board and we began to economize and cut off all xfae aMt was tat ..

f lately necessary and year by year the IndebtedneM aa. .*.. radwad. tlrld
[ As a farm's best crop, after all, is its i Co and will be under the management Wi1l8..Jl" large number.
last September when the schools began we had W9 raM la tile trvaaanr

l If Made and Fallowed Will Bring Peace, crop of strong sturdy meu, and pure, of Mr. T. A. Mitchell. Prof. Williams is said to be as enter over and above enough to pay every cent of Indebted aoM. 1.... sew that t

Prosperity and Happiness sweet women, I will do all I can, both Rev. J. R. Folsom and wife, ,of taiuing as Rilph Bin hioi, who is would like to enjoy the workings of the administration for ta* neat snit tsW

The Progressive Farmer of Raleigh, by precept and example, to tram my Hastings, are the gueole of Mrs. )tc. well known and as popular here aa be of debt, and I want to say that if I am retained In office. u tar aa fay i ,.. rand

children for useful, happy lives. Indoe. is wherever he has lectured. Influence goes, the county will remain put of debt I car already awa its

2 c. C., the late Col. L. L. Polk's paper effects for good on the schools; it gives people more cenMcMc. tara.ra tsars
Lastly, I will not worry. If any Tbe monthly meeting of the Library Those who patronize this lecture
encouragement and at once new interest awakened..
suggests the following to the farmers evil be remedied I will remedy it Association held at the rl'li.. Mill not only be finely entertained but
can Second. Since I have been in office we have had t*.. -..... ifyrsctti

; of our country and if followed, and losing no time iu worrying; if I it can. deuce of Mrs. Mclndoe Monday evening will be aiding something that is great. tax school districts created and several more are now ia .*.*... af rreal tea.

they can be, guarantees that they will not be remedied, I will not make it adjourned until next Monday ly needed in our school.Green's Only one was organized when my term began. With the ..*.....* of .....

districts the length of school this term will be ovr slit aweitaa, set4
f bring peace, prosperity and happiness doubly evil by worrying about it. night owing to the lack of a average
August Flower within the next one or two years every school in th* caualy, that waata It.
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to every home. Read them over and WEIRSDHE. quorum. Is the most popular retn.dy.ou the will have an eight months' term. While I do not claim to hove dan* all af taal

try and follow them out: Rev. J. C. Sulivan, who has been globe for the cure of all stomach, digestive work I well know if it had not been for my encouraging K. aad naathiwal act-

r I will have a money crop but I will Miss Eva Johnson returned to her stationed at WInter Pork for the past liver troubles and habitual peals to the people to create districts, we would n4 ha** sew aaar thaa/.

:? slot go wild over any one etaple. five years, is the newly appointedpasnrof half dozen districts in the county. In many of them I went sayhT ta rrry
home in Reddick JlI.n.9. Miss roiiatipaiiou, with their miserable
I tax payer in the community and got them to sign ta* ....... aaktaf for aa
I will as nearly aa possible keep an Johnson admires tbe Be'leview' M. E. church. etlrcu>. ''We advertised as a test in
our rolling country, election.
accurate account of my receipts and The regular monthly council meeting j.GSU ne\\1.papt-N allover the United
beautiful lakes, and tall pines. Third. The last legislature passed a high M-hool law, ghrtag all araaata.

my expenses.I Owing to the rainy weather there was held in the town hkl1l'Ues. States for any case where August with two or more teachers and eight grades, with aa atftM months last
Flower was used that did not give
1 will study the experiences of other day night. $:00: and all schools with two or more teachers with ta prods and syM
was no church services Sunday at satisfaction. Only three cases of failure -
farmers and the counsel 1 of agricultural Mr. A. D. Williamson, T. F. A. of months term, $360 with twelve grades, J6w). We now aav. lea araonai ....-
Wtirbdlile. in thousands of letters; two of

.. and will profit by their: the 8. A. L., was in town Monday in these were cancer of the stomach. tied to this aid.
Mr. Frank Vorrion! has gone to Fourth. I feel now that in view of the fact that my aawilnlatfuUua ha*
labors.I regard to the siding for the new turpentine Price 25 and 75 cents per bottle at
High Springs:: to w.>r:t in the machine been a struggle to get the schools in such condittea that w* cawld da th* heat
I will children the best Anti-Mouopoly Drug;tort' 1 .
F give my camp of Pope & Hall. of debt and all -
hops there. work, and now with the county out Ute schools with ta flit

} educational advantages I can afford, Mr. J. riimpsoa shipped a carload "Uncle" Peter Audersoa, one of the Executive Committee :riot ice. of the district) running from six to eight month and die haT avauel law ta '

r. and I will try to make that education oldest colored residents here, being a encourage "Central High Schools. that I am Jatiaaba ta aaUnf for anotttar
of lumber to Jacksonville Mon The members of the democratic
bear their life work. term, when the school work will be more satisfactory' aatf score r'_"rana
ou died
directly preacher before the war, of executive committee of Marion county -
than ever before. '
L I will try to get my neighbors to day.A dropryatthe' home of his daughterin qiiesied to call meetings of
very delightful dance was enjoyed Fifth. Mr. J. H. Brinson who J think will be my aiy ppom-ni i_ now
start a movement for better: roads and buried their club tlr in the absence of democratic .
by the young folks at Mrs. VanKelsey's Ocala Sunday was elultf a mars meeting of tbe principal of the Commercial Department of the Kat Itartaa "'mil.-, at

; and will s;e that our present li\\s are here Monday. Gainesville Fla., a position equally as honorable .. ta. aa* for _hU-h a* la
I : Friday evening.If democratic: voters ct their preciucts,
more rigidly enforced. Twenty case of measles are report. now asking. He is receiving $106.50 per month sad taal M. awl mar taaa a>
yuudon't believe there is and for the purpose of electing a member
month that as far as he knew he could n44 Ute tong ... .
: If I will some ago place aa as atttr
possible, organize ed in the qturters of the turpentinecamp. of the democratic executive committee i
life at YYeirsdale, go there at mail ed it. He has held this position for three terms.
.
kind of farmers' club at my schoolhouse to serve ou said committee for the
time, when tbe train comes at noon Now, if :you think IIr. Brinson can do the work more aatsafartortl) for ia*
that the farmers and their eii'uiug two years, such meetings '
so
Mr. F>h of Bridgeport
Beuj. ,
and in the vening. Our merchant, b* held at such time (prior to Feb. next four years than I can and make more pregreaa to tat araouls, I think tt

families may meet every two weeks Conn., registered at the: Seminole is your duty to give the place to him; but If you think I caa OIl the The*
Mr. Barry, has his hands full wAitingon 27, 1904,) as the conimittecmau may
for social and intellectual improvement. Monday. JOSH. The elected equally as well as my opponent. I can see no reaaoa way ,.* should gi\e Mat .
designate. newly
his many customers.! or selected -
members of said democratic the position no better in any respect than the one h* ta cow holding, sad at i

Your intelligent typos got the spelling the throw out of the which I been
GAITERVILLE. same time me position a aav *a wrti ay
1 will brother executive committee above
eo'operatewLh my ai% provided -
of some names a little missed last many of the best people: of the county I have fitted mot acceptably
farmers as much as possible:! in the are hereby called to convene at
week. Sixth. Many of the best men and omen of the tonaty have urged
Business brisk and
plenty doing. the court house: in Or'ala on Saturdaj.
purchase of supplies ant in all other make the race again. I realize that I have m4 mug artatahr, *o.l I aJ.9&
Mr. cl'slioniihoul have been The farmers have grin begun Feb. LT, 1904, at 11 o'clock a. tu. for
mutters wbich demand united action.I claim that I will be free from mistakes another term hot I hate trial lo 9e
Mr. Leonard S. Serious and Mr. A. work to plant. Owing to the purpose of organization, and to
will study the fertilizer problem preparing provide for holding the democrat,: what I believed to be for the best interest of the xhn**.. aad if at art) throe

aud see if I cannot expend my guano Ft-uzd should have been Mr. Auihony the severe rains the past week there primary election, and to transact such I have done things to which you were opposed. I want t*..... you that it "at

money more economically. Fiuzel. has been but little work done, but other business may properly come because I was honest in thinking that my action was far ta* swat lntr*.i of

BELLEVIEW.Mr. now all are rushing things to the before said committee. the schools.
I will look into the matter of im
front. S. R. PYLES, Chairman. I wish to say, in conclusion that if I am rt'I aha faaUaa ta '-

proving my breeds of horses, cattle, W. W. CLYATT 25 dw advocate the organization of special tax school dfotri..
and Mrs. Lewis left Secretary.
Tyrrell
Mr. R. D. Stokes is on the sick list
hugs and poultry and co-operate with I shall continue to use my influence to keep the n.*..** af ta* ark***** 'r

neighbors to this end.I Thursday for their home in Short this week but we hope to see him out within the income and stay out of debt. ;

Beach, Conn., after two months pleasantly again soon. I shall advocate the uniting of schools everywhere that It !. nrartkai.making i
will try to get the best mail service DANGER COMING
# spent ia Belleview. Uncle Joe and W. L. Brooks madea fewer, but larger and better schools.I .
for rural districts.
possible
our shall urge the establishing of Central Grammar aa4 Jaatar High fcVauaia i
Mr. Fred Brook of N.
Cambridge
business to the Brick last
trip City
1 will see if the town nearest me Signs that Point to Bright'* Dlo in every place where we can induce two or three aeheeta ta eaaat together sad ;
Y., a former resident here, spent several week and underwent the bad weatherof .a.e.r .ther Fatal Forma .
would not purchase certain supplies make one. I believe a good country school, with t.. .r MM* grad.a oaf )
days!! last week with his uncle, and and still ., Kldn.y Tr.ubl. -
which I can raise aud pay me a larger Tuesday Wednesday three or more competent teachers is the finest pW m the wtW to kriag as>

Mr. W. C. Doolittle. feel the eSects of it but are still living. boys and girls.
profit than I can get from any staple There are thousands of persons who art
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Wendall and As long as we can keep within our Income I shall oaatJSMM\ .. . unconsciously danger of the tate that
crop.I
daughter :Miss Irma arrived Thurs better pay and better teachers and longer terms.I .
Mr. C. M. Whitton breaks the record Las lately befallen many of our moat
will send for catalogues of farm feel grateful to the citizens of Marion county for past lavara and I wtt
day from their home in Fort Plain, in killing rats. He time prominent men and women who have dial
advertisers and make better tools and says from feel still more grateful if you give me the office aatlir tm Aad shogat
I N.Y., and are at their winter house kidney trouble. These diseases art
machinery do some of the work that was all that was needed to kill plentyof alarmingly on the increase and they com you see fit to give the place to my opponent I ahoH fo.4 a.. M wttt to..r4 anyone -

ou Front street. He could and should I be elected I shall feel no III win twars ,
would otherwise require high-priced tb /11. only spare an on so Insidiously that few realize their ; aayaa who mar pp

labor.I Mr. Jas. D. Pope made a dying business hour so he only killed one peck but at condition till ute Is actually In danger. pose me. I am yours mot lemxtfaHi.

will see to it that implements of I i trip to Jacksonville Friday some other spare time he intends to j i In the early stages of kidney disease W. D. ("A aN.

night. there may be headache, backache, unnatural -
kill the rest.
all kinds are properly housed.I Mrs. Jas. Hardee left appetite, bad taste In the mouth,

will select the best seed for both I Saturday for Mr. A. McC. Brass has: accepted a dry or furred tongue thirst, dry skin or WEAK AND LOW.SPIRITED.

farm and garden crops. Dunnellon, summoned by telegramto position at Holder and intend moving strong perspiration,sediment In the urine A Correspondent Thus Describes His For Sale r
Farms
Seeing that my health is my capital, the bedside of her husband. Mr. there this reek and Mr. H. E. Brass or unnatural feelings In various parts of Experience.

Hardee was knocked down by a has sole management of his farm in the body. Don't expect all these signs "I can strongly recommend Herbine
I will look to its preservation by living
freight train at Dunnellon on Tues to show themselves. As soon as you i as a medeclne of remaikable efficacy ..
Gaiterville and to rush things
temperately and according to the last and expects notice any of them, commence st ones I for Indigestion, loss of appetite, sour
day
was very seriously injured -
common laws of health.I through. UNCLE JOE. the use of Four's KIDHIT Gear.THOHAS taste in tbe mouth, palpitation, headache No. 1. 05 acre farm all in cub
having his foot crushed, one tivation. &
will join in the effort to improve BLITCHTON.Mr. MAPLE, BIrbeck, Ill, writes drowsiness after meals with Sptaxlk >H root

1 shoulder broken, spine injured and "I had a very bad casa of kidney trouble distressing mental depressions and dwelling in good condition.
the library facilities of our public Fine
probable internal injuries. As he was and my back pained me BO I could not low spirits. Herbine must be a unique rock well. All enNod
school. Ayer, our worthy tax assessor, straighten The doctor's with cedar post, 3$ mike \
jest recovered from an attack of the up. treatmentdid preparation for cases such as wine fora
Besides trying to have the best farm was in our burg Saturday attendingto me no good. I saw FOLET'S ]',,maxi few doses entirely removed from city on hard roa L I'rw "':tNo.2.
measles he is in such a weakened official duties. my com $600. ;
1 will try to have the happiest homein Crag Advertised and took one bottle plaint. I wonder at people going on
condition his: recovery is doubtful. The following is the report of our which cured me and I have not been 47 acre farm 15 acres f
the neighborhood and will to suffering spending their
try ou
money
)[r. and Mrs. Peter Jones are enter. Sunday school for the past three affected since. I gladly recommend this under cultivation 5 rootri .
get the help of my wife and childrento months: Xo. present, ))62i; 2fov of worthless things, when Herbine ii house. Good pond never K&
Mr. J. P. remedy.
x tainiig Snyder, of Fitz. and 50o
procurable
so cheap. centsa
thix end. Bit>le| verses recited, 443; amount It Is simple thing to mike kid. dry. 3$ mile from city, |
gerald, Ga. your bottle at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store mile from hard
I will improve and beautify the collected,So.62. nays right when they are not badly affected road. Prim
Mr. Jas. McClure, of Pittsburg, Pa., Prof. Overhultz visited his familyat and Tjdings & Co., druggists. ta $1M>.
building and grounds.: ; but it Is not so easy after destructionhas
arried Saturday for a short visit here. Keuka Sunday.Mr. set In. For r'. KDMIBT CCBB will More Truth than Poetry. Now U the time to buy, f'
I will the best books and
get papers Honest
M Dr. Orlando Mister returned (Saturday B. R. Blitch, member of the cure every form of kidney and bladder Among many good,sound .and businesslik'e Dealing.

for my family to read.I from Worcester, Mass, where he school board, was in Ocala Monday trouble If taken early and it will give relief remarks made by Mr. Z. C.

will take a short vacation with my and Tuesday. even In the most hopeless cases. It CbauiblLtt at the industrial gathering

p.' wife after the crops are laid by.I was summoned bout a month ago by Quite a number of Blitchtonians Is an honest preparation and will do all the other day, was the following: i F. \\'. DITTO .
business of ,
an urgent nature. attended the
school
Levy conventionat that la claimed for U.Postoffice .
will visit my neighbors aud try to "Floridians have Been the phosphate ,

After several month's visit in An. Moatbrook Sunday. Drug Store. industry go into the hands of people I IIIL ESTATE AID IISttlAICEBuom 1
make the community an attractivesocial
Mrs. J. P. called
niston Ala., Mrs. J. A. Mitchell r.- Taylor was away from Germany, Belgium and France; u Uercb..... auk OcI,
center.I last week of sickness
on account to and fthww.w
North
\ will put my brain as well as my turned Saturday Santafee.Mr. Jerry Burnett, Georgians taken the turpentine Carolinianshave basinet! ; ,

It muscle into everything I do. Mary Gale, little daughter of Mr. Guy Butch is again in Ocala in Indianians and South Carolinians ,

cot only will I try to Ube the most and Mrs. 0. M. Gale, of Ocala, is ill employment. __ __ Merchant have taken the cantaloupe business, S-t j-t-H +awase'I :

t ogressive farming methods, but I with measles at the: home of her Mysterious Circumstance.One and progressive men from every. Om8 i i. was pale and sallow and the where own the timber. ,-_ .Ie...T...........fc A"" *" 'w H vv
endeavor to get farm laborers grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Shall we now ,.. ....._ .,.., ..,..ar.>ir i MMortwfBf sal
my other fresh and Whence the I> >'-'T ina i
Ridge rosy. Tailoring.Ocala resign to people from Dakota and rq I".I......,...... T_...........,..._ ".- .'
likewise. difference i ? She who is with .r_ swn nw i
l blushing Texas the last heritage-the cattle a-&u.- ww 6 t.uev,......

", raise as many vegetables inc.J Mrs. Ellen R Bush and Mrs. L. R. health uses Dr. King's New Life Pillsto Florida. bu>ine8*? Civilization and progressare Fir leaf

"'n t as my family ran use and Holstead left Friday for Tarpon maintain it. By gently arousing Finest Imported and Florida's destiny, and if we refuseto ISO acres of land, 13 JQ nltt&tlG

buying of high.priced Springs to attend the M. E. Conference the lazy organs they compel good digestion Domestic Cloths. press onward in them, God speed good fence, 5 mile south of Ckal: i
and head
off constipation.Try these good men from other states who I
btthe at the close of which they went i them. Only 25c. at Acti-monop- Cutting a SpecialtyFits will do for Florida what we refuse to None but responsible partita tier

an interest iu politics t to Manatee for a visit with Mrs. J oly drug store and Tydings & Co. m Guaranteed. do." I I apply. Address, r... & Norton, tit

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XXXVII, NO 29 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR
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OUR NEW CITY COUNCILMajor I department, so ai to keep within its have the u "nhlJlluf: support of the -- --- -
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II total income. council in euforciug the laws and are Perplexed a

mm RELIABLE; I This will give you some idea of how faithfully performim their duty. I
Edwards' First Massage In reference to the "best of
disposition the amount oi small
much should be spent each mouth for recommend that the police committee money ( or large), which

.j Appointment of Standing CeramitUss period during the year, and preventtoo take steps to stop stock from runningat .you are putting.aside for your family or for your old age, write The Kfiwul Lift '

f I \1.I., -Other Business. great an expenditure b-in2 madeon large on the street and especially Insurance Company of New York for information at to'the'fbnn! opoIiC'y that w1 3

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) O 4I The new city council held iu first any sue department to the injuryof in and about the business! part of the best suit your need Here ii an eiample of result : I

meeting Tuesday night. another. town. \ r
CKHETKRY.I The late Archit14 N.terbooM.. at HuUdelphm, who 44
The following gentlemen compose I find that there I fund toMtmlj bit
I'I no sinking Friday, hell policies movnliof to J&um in The Mutual Lift i.-.Mnrt

I'I the new council, viz: ta liquidate the electrlo light bond, recommend that more attention C-puy of New York. The forma ./ iuanacc jades which that poUoct

be paid to the cemetery, that it be were Umd were to selected that 1 wide wU receive at MM*$*,-U cull
I President A. G. Gates
; president which is contrary to law. This re and..annual raceme of{3,000 for twenty:ytan,lad if Ai U IMag at Ute cs4 rt

e protein, D. E. Mclver; J.il. commendation should be taken up kept in the very best condition. That .f that period.b win rtcoTt{Saoo i.cali: ,maiinf tb total tmovnt rci..4
tinder taecc Thuds{140,000 m which the pree ama paWS Mr. a
the should lake such by Watcrb
city uManoonted
pride in
Barco J. E. Cdace G. A. Ctrmich a
and a sinking fund created. to only 1,7.49,.:ao.MUTUAL. CFrtv Pai./djlw l.a. ,1'1"1].hM IES8

.el, H. A. Ford, H. C. Jones, E. C. CITY SCRIP the care of the cemetery as to show

Smith, B. A. Weathers.The the deepest reverence and greatest
The city scrip U now being discounted LIFE 4
president named the following respect for the dead.Respectfully .
at 10 per cent and at the same
standing committees vII: submitted,
f'Ab3OlutCIy time is bearing 8 per cnt' interest. INSURANCE COMPANY OF
Finance-H. A. Ford, J. M. Barco, W. J. EDWARDS, Mayor.
This is a deplorable condition it
B. A. Weatlieis. as Judge Geo. P. Rauey, and other

t PU Judiciary-J. M. Barco, H. C. Jones, means that the man, wbo-Is able to officials of the 8 A. 1. railway, were rNEW YORK. Lar.-

THEREISNOSUI : ; D. E. Mclver. discount and hold it, Is i receivingmore lA tits
present and asked that the ordinance America RICHARD A. McCURDY.
Street-D. E. Mclver A. G. Giles President V.arU
that 18 per cent on his moneyfor
H. C. Jouew. itiating to in* railway crossing!! at the CECIL WILCOX Manijer. Jacksonville.FU.
the first year: wLile the laborer,
SiSA ELIZ19ET81id33IS. Local Sitter Fire-A.G Gates, J. E Chase, H. foot of North b.gQ.li street be -- ------ .- t
who is unable to hold it, log** 10 per
A. Ford. amended to the
so as give company

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Police-J.; E. Cba:e. B. A. Weath I (,f'Dt.Wbi'D the alternative of placing Kate or S. A. STAND LEY, LEE MILLER j js

era, I). E. Mclvt-r. the city uttkes any purchas-

Mr. H. H. Eyles, of Jllckll') Vil1 Chad Market D.-E.E.Mclver.C. smith, G. A Oarmij.j' ts, it U charged 10. per cent more j, tiagmeu After at some the cross-ng.di tus-ou the ordiuaLCe S. A STANDLEY & CO.

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was in Ocala Monday. than any one eN>, mud then pays 8
; 8,.ni ary-U. C. Jones, J. E Chase, was recousidrmi, referred to

,, t. C. 8miih.BuilJioK per cent on the scrip. To relieve thepeople the judiciary committee and will Livery Feed and Sale Stables
Mr. W. A. Murphy, of Fellowship, ; -
-E. C. hinilh, G. A. Car of this coinihiou, I recommend ,
spent'luetday in Ocala. again be reported at next meeting of
I micbael J. E <:base. that immediate steps he taken !I 3
the council.A .
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Light and water-R. A.. Weathers, to issue bonds sufficient to take I
Mr*. James Btliter, of Oldtown, i8. up I II
J. M. Barco, E. C. Smith. batch of bill were audited anda I We carry the most completeline .1
the guest of Mrs. K. M. Howard. I all outstaudiug city scrip and to I Ii
Cemetery-U. A. Carmichael, H. A. number petitions presented.
Ford J. E. Chase. i make all .necessary improvements of Harness, Saddles, etc ;V
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f Mr. H. T. Arnold, of Jacksonville, A Vet, Delightful Card Party.
Board of t;. Scott T. ou the electric light plant.LICENSES. .
I Equalizers in central Florida, and will give ? 1il'#tour
spent Sunday with friend here. J. Owen, Wm. Hocker, J. L. Edwards One of tin largest and most elegant '' : .

Geo. evening parties given the married patrons the very lowestr9"f '
McKay. among :
Mrs. U. T. Perdue has gone to Like I find that many of the license \ :I '.
The new mayors first was set this winter was the one at We \
message prices. are thoroughly
City to spend a few days with friends.Mr. taxes are blow in being collected, and lf
I read. It is a lucid document slid which ilr. and Mr" George K. Robinson .
some not collected at all. I recommend equipped for fitting out turpentine .
Elbert Stevens, of Ft. McCoy, contains a gi<*at deal of valuable iu- that the tax collector ue all eutertaii-ed. their friends..Thursday \1p s

is main iu Tax Ai'4 easor AJ r'8 formatiou.We reasonable: means to collect alllic\n. evening January 28. .and lumber teams, gear, ;.\,'I iI' ..-. f

office. herewith the in There were eight tables and etc. ;. .
I print message ses. I further recommend, that all progressive > wagons, 6 VV
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full whist the feature :
Evinston of the
Miss Augusta Evius. of : i was
men living within the city who pay:
1'I'I 1 was a visitor to our city on Friday. To the Honorable City Council of the City of h 'I eveuintr. The contest throughout We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
no taxes, to required to pay a tax !>

Mr. and Mrs. Will Veal, of Mariel, Oca la.-Gentlemen. similar >e road tax in the state 'i was cpinttd and interesting. Among Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons
It that the of
is customary mayor tutulleuien the
race was
were among the many pleasant and county; the same to applied I verye North Side Court House. Orala t'ift
the city of Ocala communicate to the
l'lo+ between Mr. H. A. Ford and
Ocala ou the streets.
visitors to Friday.Mr. --
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city council from to time information Mr. A. H. Marsh with the result that
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT.I .

Jas. E. Alexander was the first concerning tbe condition of the find that the electric light plant is the former won our by one point. JUST RECEIVED

\J. congressional aspirant to pay in his city, and recommend such measures inadequate to supply the demand of The trophy was a' stein. Among the

assawmeut to the cor nmittee.t as in hU judgment may be for the ladies Mrs. J. K. Austin proved tee
the city.I OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston
best interest of its citil
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder left recommend that the new boiler most skillful player and won a lovely lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United

It gives me much pleasure to sub Venetian vase. The booby prizes States. Cabbage Onions Turnips Cucumbers, EggPlant
be placed in as early as possible, and ,
WegnesJay for a tWl\week'a visit to mit io you this iny first communication. went to Mrs. A. H. Marsh and Mr. Beans, Celery, Beets and all finds of Farm
that effort be made to furnish
Cuba. every H. 8. Chambers. and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .
the city with the very best lights, and sure to see or write us before you buy your Early
I James Strother, Esq., a prominent I make the following recommendations After the the cards
games were
secure a inceiuary supply for the Corn for spring.
attorney of Washington, is visitingMr. !! not that I feel more competentto taken away and a delicious lunch
busiut&j and home requirements
William Hocker. manage tbe attain of tbe city than served on the small tables.
the town. The OcalaSeed Store
"i oar money back it goods are you but simply to draw your attention STREETS. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are charmIng -

to what might ba overlooked, Last year the streets were kept in entertainers and their card party
not satisfactory" at Rifles' minstrel
.. I and basis to work fairly condition and considerable
show Friday night. to give you a upon. good vas a very lovely one in every way.

I feel proud to know, that we havea new streets paved. .I believe w.
k Tsndtncy of the Tints.
Mrs. Simon Benjamin accompaniedher council composed of the best citizens should keep the street in the very a 1 p A It
The of medical science
tendency
husband to Ocala to the Benjamin aud the most successful businessmen best condition and that it will meet iu the liior
IS toward preventative measures. a myd

Bros celebration Tuesday. In Ocala. I assure you that I the approval of all good citizens. I The best thought of the world is being I hordes I and 1 '

I shall sustain and erforc whatever reccommend that the street commit given to the subjrct. It is easier and
llr. John Halliday.of Indianapolis, /
In your judgment you think for tbe tee take steps to look after the railroad better to prevent than to cure. It has 1
Ind., Is in the city and is the guest of
best interest the city, and I hope crossings and see that they are kept been fully demonstrated that pneumonia .
his sister-in-law, Mrs. Herbert L.
one of the most dangerous
and believe that you Mill support me clear of trains so a.. to cause no dan
Anderson. diseases that medical men have to ".4 1
I in carrying out the mandates of the ger to the public. contend with, ran be prevented by the r

Mr. Dempsey I( 7o is now working law. SANITARY DEPARTMENT.I use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.

at Rheinauer'* and George Chambers FINANCIAL CONDITION OF TilE CITY.I recommend that every precaution Pneumonia always results from a coldor

:,>' has Dempsey's place with the Chambers find from the records of the city be used to keep the city in a perfect from an attack of Influenza (grip),
and it has been observed that this
Shoe:; Co. clerk, that the total indebtedness is sanitary condition; that a man be a
remedy counteracts any tendency ol
now $44,031.45. employed for that business who will
The Belleview News-Letter says thefe diseases towards pneumonia.This .
This indebtedness consists of scrip see that all rules be carried out. has been fully in 1' 't I
.prouen many
that the editor of this paper is Mr.Flagler's .
and several bond issues as follows; FIRE DEPARTMENT.I thousands of cases in which this

agent in Ocala. We regret Electric light 6 percent bond_._ }MJOO oo find that we have a good fire department remedy has been used during the SOLIX i AH* 1 '

that Mr. Brown's story is not true. Fire 7 per cent bonds.... ......___. 250000 equipped with willing and great prevalence of colds and grip in
Street IDd.. .italY 7 per cent bunds. 190000
andean be relied with
Mr. and Mr Van Beal, of Philadelphia Outstanding scrip............__.. 2764)20: ready men; but I find that the horsesare ; recent, upon ------v
B. H.Barnett, judgment............... 300000 implicit confidence. Pneumonio often
are the guests of their Note of J. S. Schofield Sons Co.,due old and worn out, unable to satisfactorily results from a flight cold when no OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORI K'

brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. March i,1904_...... ....__...... 48) 25 do the work.I danger is apprehended until it is Iud

recommend that the fire committee discovered that there is fever OCALA FLORIDA.
Starr Sternberger.Mr. Total....., ...............*uojl45 denly
look more carefully into this and difficulty breathing and painsin -

and Mrs.,,J. Btarr Bternbergtr To this should be added an approximate m&t-I the chest then it is announcedthat
that be allowed
ter; nothing to tBOILERS ENGINES
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and little daughter returned Sunday interest in the outstanding the patient ha pneumonia. Be !
come weak that will
delightful two week's scrip of about 150000. on the safe side and take Chamber i Ii
from a very safety of the city and that the hones lain's Cough Rsmedy as soon as the i Pipe and Fittings to 12in., Valves, Put.'i--,

visit to Sew York city. The city, during the year 1903, spent and wagons be the best that can be cold is contracted. It nalwayg cures. i Sawmills, Saws circular and drag, bet'

Mr. Harvey Clark hu accepted a for expenses aud various Improvements secured. I. For sale by Antimonopoly Drug I ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

the following: POLICE.I Btore. m

position with Mr. B. L. Hall's new Street d.parment......_ ....... ---| 3356'3 believe that the police force should Ceavletsd of Murder I MILL AND MI\IXG SCPPLIk

grocery store, "The Fair," on the Police....._ ..........._ ...... :211104
Office....................... __ 10'107 Ciaesr Cllr... Ed Lamb, a young white-mAD, who I
west aids of the public square.. Fire........... ...................._ S4U 56saintsry IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
Mr. W. W.Prickett Bmithville tried for killing D. E.
S _....-"...-. ............ CIo6"CemetffJ. was Kennedy,
Mr. Robert Adams, of Atlanta, son, ......._.........._..: :365 writes, Sept. 10th 1903: "I had been of Braidentown and at which trial 1 ill MS CF MACHINES *

Market .....__ b snflsring several years with a canceron
Mr. T. B. Strlnnfellow, son-ln- -- S. W. a Bullock of this city .
and Judge
Electric light........... .... tfJ 11 my face, which gave me great annoyance ,
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l law,of Mrs. John Edwards, reach Charity......__._... ...._.... 6S 80 and unbearable itching. I presided, was convicted: ou Jan. 28, ol .

to attend the funeral Sundrie __.... _...._. ;393 47Salariu first
ocala Sunday murder in the degree wlthtut
ed Bollard's Snow Linimentfor
ol city official. ... ...._. 1649 88 wan using
l of Mr. Edwards. a sore leg, and through an accident a recommendation to mercy. The

Total...._ ........ .,..;...... .. -'X'568 J9 I rubbed some of the linimenton attorneys for Lamb have made s C. I 1. GRACE.Sacctsitr

Two performing bears created. much KEEPING ACCOUNTS.I the cancer, and as it gave me almost
motion for an arrest of Jo gment. to Central Lumber Ce. .
amusement and drew large crowdson instant relief, I decided to continue
find that the city has no estimated Dealer In
streets several times Monday.The to use the liniment on the can- The scratch of a pin may cause the
the be and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried Floorin&Ceiling
amounts of appropriations to spent Rough
of the bears tlr. In a short time the cancer came loss of a limb or even d ath when ,

antics and tricks in each department, and that It is a out, my face healed up and there is blood poisoning may result from the and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. {

were food.The: difficult! matter to get at the exact not the slightest scar left. I have injury. All .danger of this may be Manufacturer of I LL_

t. library is being moved amount spent for different purposes. implicit faith in the merits of this avoided, however, by promptly apeplJlng Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

public preparation, and it cannot be too Chamberlain's Pain Balm.It Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, Schi D!
door to the office I recommend that the council take
into the office next to ascertain what the income of highly recommended." 25c, boo and is an anticeptic and quirk healing Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constant.y

of'C. So CulleD iD the same building steps fl.OO. For sale by AntiMonopolyDrug liniment for ecu, bruises and burns. Lumber and fill orders for quantities and

where the library rooms have been the city will be for the year 1904, and'then Store and Tydlnga & (Company, For sale by Antimonopoly DragS receiving can any
orders attended to
sizes. Mail promptly
make appropriations for each druegisU. m ] re. m
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. 4rsCENE NEAR OCALA BEFORE THE BIG REEZE..
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OCUfl'S( BIG DAY --I been factors in the development of quicker and grow larger, it U -ooo-- MRS. HOWARD'S CARD PA TY. I L

the country, and would forever be my to bay there breed. t -- -
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i bonond for inaugurating a rystem l Col. L. P. Miller talked cleverly on I She Entartaias Mar FrUadt Most

t I i '. a Thtaiind People PrtttatNut. that would mult in removing our "feed stuff and iHoitratrd wbd be Charmingly. HUBBARD &MAODUFPHEADQUARTERS

meat Louses from tbe west and Wat- said by the splendid cattle be bad oo Mr. E>im 4. Howard entertained
Stock [Jtli itad-M 1110; udo.t.'In.
ins them In .t oar very doon. exhibition already mentioned! He ib<*jl b.Pi'Hy Tuesday afternoon. The FOR
M"I" Fad.TheSlcssre. .
Mr. Brown then said it w.a bU delightful told when and how to plant both fort j. day wan herutifulaad no more fitting
Urn. could
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pleasure to introduce Hon. fill and winter, spring and summer i our coulJ offs been selected f"r a

!I. not hue Mleetfed a more perfect day George W. Wilson editor of the i iI iI feeding. Tbe silo be aid is an indl. party. There were quite a large number AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
for the onl'o. and novel entertain I I
I Times Union, who would talk on peosable article on a aiock (grin. Hurpeech of tidies preaeut to enjoy Mrs.Howard's .
meat rhea l by them TuwKUy nod to I I !se Nat S5 riCH.4t .
"Our Cattle full of valuable
Industry. was suggestions. cordial 1J() lla1ity. Ad
whlcb the wMe WM l Invited. e e
county t'I. .
When Mr. Wilson arose he was slating her iu receiving were Mn 1 fir

Pethapa more than a tbotuand greeted with applause and Mid be Mr. H. A. Ford's aul'ject was "mu James BaJrfer, of Oidto", a, }ire. E. 4/ a .
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people responded to the InviUtlou would throw aside tbe stereotypedpbraMOf tuality," and he bundled it so elo- 1.. Carney, MIM Weathers and Miss son.! r< I r K te
and minute of the lima was A4 .. aI
every "Ladiea and Gentlemen," qut-ntly that it ..a* prououoctd tbe Uary. Mrs. Howard was charming in CI Sat s4 !;. L!.'

;ji I enjoyed. and would addreu all who stood before best speech delivered. He bad tried a beautiful gjwu of white lonsdowne. 4$; TT
'i i Quite nututtr f liv black .
< was
;. > him as his 'Marion County forming aud found it mighty comfortable Progressive wbut WAS played in the : .
' fcxbli/ltloo well u < tJrDlrotd EEEEiEEEj[.
tin a* a quauiity
; Friends." He said be had shared to have good credit at the parlor and the living room. The -....
-
machinery I our good fortunes and oar misfortune stores. He portrayed fluently and gauieawere thoroughly enjoyed and Rt* '. The exhibit attracted a great deal Stan i> ta.or 6 la.apsr: ...
I State ue..r a
II I. and his bent wishes were 1- I fervidly the dependence one upon theother ev-rybody entered into them with apart

"a of attention and WM a feature of the ways uppermost for the people l of this of all occupations and bowed. great interest.luthebaik. Made of large, strong high-grade steel wires, heave.), gaIUDIcJ; ,

occaJlon. county and' it would always be"home" t his thanks for the splendid attention I IJ ball Mea.fr. L. Fuhel Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever

:< Col. L. I'. Miller had a montterrtKittrred to him, and the evidences he I given hi in. and L. Goolaell played ufuiaitellduring lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is pat on it
short bora toll aDd fife Does not mutilate, but does efficiently, turn cattle horef
j f: a hog
,: say that betokened for {it the dawn Mr. Birco followed him along the the entire afternoon adding and pigs-
and half old heifer which bad
year a of a better day made hie heart thr b same does and ou the same subject greatly to (tie success of the patty,

taken the range of the field and bad with joy. tiald that three banks in Ocala was a .uu pleasure of the afternoon. EVERY ROD.OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED

1 been fed exclusively oo Caava aDd He said tbe cattle king of tbe splendid index finger pointing: to bet Boubous and punch were served by the manufacturers> and by us. Call and see it. Can show you bout

pea vine bay. west were looking aro md for new I per time He told of tbe fact that during the guinea by Miaa j JauelVVealher it will save you money and fence, your fields so they will stay fcnctd.

Mr. Z. C. ChambUiM. our young cattle flsldsforcattle pastures and for thinpurpose the town of Lexington, Ky., smaller and Miss Annie Atkinson
Syracuse Chill Plus Black
entbuitlaat with Hawk and Economy Corn Spellers Varclst
one ,
WM precut
2.000,000 acres bad been already than Ocala, there are ten banks and and later a two course lunch was serv! ,
lint crow half bretd cow carrying purchased In Florida. Tb'atafter more than four millions of deposits ed. Paints 'Oils; Glass Doses Sash Blinds Etc

econd croMt lbre quarter calf Th' careful' estimates Secretary Its fine horses, cows and hogs! is the Mrs. Howard's guests were Mrs. L. Hubbcird & MacdufT Ocala Fla.STRAUSS
of-jest was not to Dhow the good Wilson < .
of the agricultural depart- explanation for its prualsrouscoudl- R Cbaad, )Irll. G. d. Scott, Mrs. w.

polutu of the ,mother. 'cow. *bat the. rneutwaa responsible for tbe state tion and that Ocala is ou a fair way S. Bullock, Mrs. D. M. Smith, Mrs. U. i -_ .-- j

second trots from a; scrub, a calf 27. ment that for the next fifty years the to become a ascend Lexington. MeKen.. Mrs. C. V. Miller, Mrs.!

days old .tl ;bfogIO'uDlh.. would short demand Mr. Chanibliaa & CO.
supply fall of tb e spoke nezt. He ,;. T. tiiatruuK! Mrs. Frank UirnMrs.
exhibited! la; two beautiful
lie
> and this made tbe outlOOk said that when a boy be had been G. C. Pasteur Mra. L. S. Knight, ,

yearling* abort horn heifer, which bright for those now engagiug lu the taught to be seen and not heard and Mr!. Mary E4\e\.oa\ Mrs Edward OCALA FLORIDA

; were much ad mired.Ir. business. That King and' tbe Swift: that since arriving at years Hlllr: \lr& 1. K Hirsch, Mrs.. i. A. ,
J. if. T. Curler bad ,reason t o
Wholesale
were turning their attention to Flori of discretion bas found that WcMlbers, Itlf. Will Knight, Mra. B. aid) Detail Liquor Dealers.
old
ba liroad of the two 6 mouths lIltS
da; that be was.casually talking toe a "silence is goldeu" and if be J. Putter, Mrs. Mallory Liddou Mrs.J. E E

that he exhibited., They were a era visitor about Florida's prospects alongthis were not a cattle croak be w'ould'say btarr .
rtleruberger: M Irl! .Van Bea],
and Berkshire
between the Guinea line and sent him down to visit nothing now. He hoped that we Mrs. C. A. Liddou,Mrs. E. L. Carney

and were beaut int.ttf.' his friend Gaiukill at ,Milntoati anaa'a d would not Itt others come down here Misses Vvleta Potter, Hattie Dye, .

The two Berkshire pigs, one weigh- result ho Invested $250,000 in from other states and take entire Lather
Weathers Loudla Gary,
log 03: pounds and, the, other '125, Florida: land for a stock farm. That pobe! iou of the cattle industry! ad Georgie Smith Gertrude Pereda

pounds<< brought down by Mr. W. MI: the man who bad made the Smith: they bad already done witb phosphate, Hattie Ito ,
+enbaum, Mona Hiller,
Glut from bf stock farm at McIntosh, field bam famous said a bam from the turpentine lumber and the water.

were models and if they bad been Florida razor back was equal to it. melon and cantaloupe business. Margaret EagleUm and Sara Harris. un STRAUSS'
human tha compliments they received The prizes for tbe lucky winners I IX L
Mr. "Wihon'e speech was interesting Mr. 1C F. Rogers told wbat is being were a handsome. cut glasi dish and a
would have made them vain.
done
at the convict farm.
throughout. They are i of "The Heart of H "
:
copy }ax-inth
)Ir. Ifewcoinb Uarco bad eli tbreemODth'
going to furnish, the farmers
old Jkrkihires that made a Mr. H. W. Long gave an interest witb the by Onoto Watarma. The former was [REGISTERED]

pretty nhow and received many en Ing talk along reminiscent lines finest breeds of cows and hogs and won by Mrs. Harris and the latter by

comiums. Paid a tribute to Hiram Alderman, nursery stock of different kinds and Vise! rimith. )[r.J. BuUock( ;aud:Miea
i especially the pecan. He invited all BALTIMORE RYE
Marion's pioneer stock raiser and Eagleton were console with beautiful
exhibited .
The improved machinery,
.
the farmers to visit the farm and
from two given him this see white lace and
pigs by gauze fans.
by Mr. F. I). Power, received i its
wbat they are doing. 'I
full share of attention and lu itself friend he cured enough,.meat, feeding The scores were kept by Mrs. fiVE YEARS OLD.
them almost solely on peanuts. to Mr. Payne exhibited some flue ears Carney on pretty little fan:!!haped'
lemon the
showing
was an object
< of corn and holding one of the ears cards, which were decorated with
supply a plantation which
on
were
evolution that is going on In our forty slaves. aloft said it is the farmers stand by. tiDY hearts, clubs,, diamonds and. 7

farming operations. | Messrs. Bittinger and Harris in spades.
I turn
Hon. A. P. Bas kia made
> a practical
When tbe hour of 11 o'clock arrlv-
talk I threw a few flowers to the assembled Leap Year ..11.
on "Industry. He said the
.d there must ha.ve.loeeu. a thousand ,
, i of labor made the' j throng and especially to the Benjamin The youuij ladies of the society set
scarcity ( I
i use o ,
assembled and the Ocala
,1 persons 1 Brothers for tbe splendid of have issued invitations FOURDBottles 2a
Concert Band euhve the occasion Improved machinery imperative and success to a leap year .a 9 O
to economize labor the the day. dance on the evening of Friday February
was main
with a spirited air.' thing for the farmer to learn. Mr. Simon: Benjamin, on behalf of twelfth at nine o'clock. ii
the exploitation of
Then
began Thought tbe razorback hog was the the company responded. He thanked Tbe dance will_be a valentine affair

;, oratory. best for home I the people for their attendance and and will be given in the Elks;lodge
i Hon. C. ){. Brown master of cere consumption.
General Bullock nave an excellent I hoped tbey would be missionaries in rooms. The young ladies are'making: { 1 ;: 5 t110LiA
monies, In a remarkably! choicely :
talk and grew interestingly reminis helping the company dispose of its every preparation to have it one of the .
worded speech, Introduced Mr. Hi* ca _-_--
teat.S.HGaltskillgaveanadmlrabletal. products for ia so doing they wouldbe most deligbtful social events ever [ _
. mon Benjamin, one of the proprietorsof eh Wb
,. helping tbem.elvea. lie Mid tbe given in Ocala and they; will leave DO s phi;
i- the Florida Ice and Packing Co., k .
p packing business had
I grown from two stone unturned to wake
.it
a great
i. who bade generous 'welcome to all on "General Farming." He.: said the thousand pounds
the first year to half social success.
who bad honored the occasion! with farm the same as the foundry was a million tbe
pounds present year The young gentlemen and tbe other
., their presence. He said the "latch I factory. .That the cow and the hog Orders Filled Same
Everybody waa treated to a fine invited guests are eagerly anticipating Day ReceivedWORMS
:i! string not only hung on the, outside, were only BO many macbines and luncheon, consisting of ham, beef, this event. It will be the last 4f

but the fence had Wen taken down." should be treated as other machines headcheese, and other delicious -- --- '----.wvvvw,

His elcowe'was shown by hearty to be made profitable. If corn or sandwiches, sausages, pickles, hot large event before the tenten season WHITE'S
and for this reason will be all the CREAM
'
coffee I
applause. h casava or peanuts or velvet beans etc.'There I!

.J The master of ceremonies then took would pay better ,turned Into meat was an artillery saints, the more enjoyable. VERMIFUGEfcrfap3 !
ww .OIL"Qaatltl ....
flag floated majestically nd u QIIaIItr.
occasion to pay tribute, to tbe BenJamin they hbould he turned into meat, and J body Wilt elated, enthused,%and every made FOLE! 1ONfl TAR I For 20 Years Has Led all fora Rsrsdisse (

Bros. and told how they had as Improved breeds would tattent bappy..r .OLD aT A.LL
Cures -- ; tiT.,
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People.



VOL. JLXXVII. NO 29 OCALA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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Jill ELIZABETH RABBIS Local Editor From Sunday'DailyDEATH ( Clover Leaf and Horse Shoe Whist THE MAYOR'S MESSAGE. AN\\AN .

OF J. F. EDWARDS.The Party

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I MI'!!. William Aaderxon gave the After being read before the board of

End Caste Suddenly Yesterday largest card party of this season at aldermen, the mayor's message! was

Afternoon her attractive home on Fort King received as information and ordered
t. Mr. Henry Dunn, of Citra, is in the

city, The startling announcement of the avenue yesterday afternoon. There filed.

Tydlnas'syrup a 81 eedy death of Mr.John F. Edwards was received were over fifty guests present, there It seems to uy it should have been

and certain cure for coughs, colds, throughout this community being eleven tables of whist and two received and referred to appropriate Cet the Baby one of our Pretty ,

ttc. Try a bottle. Tydings & Co. with hushed: aid profound sorrow. of flibch. committees for consideration.

Mrs fl. C. Crorn baa as her guest, I The end came suddenly at4:20yeserdry The guest of honor at this very Borne of the recommendations are I

Mlita Brown, of Feruiudina, who afternoon and was produced by elegant affair was Ur. Ander urgent and important and deserve CARRIAGESThey're

will rtnulu In Ocala for several heart failure. son's sister, Mrs. T. H. McKoy, of I thoughtful investigation and discus .

w .'eks. Mr. Edwards was bern in Chambers Wilmingtcn, N. C., who is a very sion.

county, AU., forty-eight years ago. charming woman aud who made The mayor shows that the scrip is .
Major I. Webster, with the Dut- beauties and the
He moved from there to Atlanta many friends yesterday by her gra interest! bearing and yet is discounted. prices are
ton Company of Gainesville, Was in
down.
and accepted a position with the cious manners. She watt handsomely It is twice as valuable as a government way r
Ocala yesterday and went ondown toInverntt
*. Singer Sewing Machine Co., andcame gow ed in black silk. Mrs. Anderson bond and should pass at a Come and see,

to Florida us superintendent of also wore a black gown. Mrs. )[. premium.

lit and Mrs Michael GOBS, of agencies in 187S. He located in Gaines C. Looney met the guests at the door Athough paid for in interest bearing .

Miltou, Pa., are spending the winter ville, bought property there and be- I and invited them into the parlor. scrip the city pays ten per cent
J. 0. P1TTMAN & SON.
In Ocala and are stopping with Mr. came one of its most- enterprising After all the ladies had assembled wore for every item it purchases than iI i

and Uri. T.J. Owen. citizens. whist and flinch was placed most the ordinary individual. has to pay.

Mr. Elwards bought the Ocala spiritedly. The aiany lovely ladies This part of the message surely de-
Dou'l let the length of Senator
louse iu 1901 and SHOD afterwards present with their many hued and serves a better fate than to betntornb-
T..lIaf..rro'.lelttr preclude reading it.
came to this city to permanentlyreside. I beautiful gowns, interesting conversation ed iu a pigeon holt
If you are Interested in the subject
and bright repartee: made the If there is any I'msibla way of correcting 1
upon which it treats it will pay you I .
I He took great pride iu hill purchaseand I. afteruoou pass very rapidly. that evil it should be done. AAAAAA AAAAAAA

to do tlo. __ ------ effort iu I 1'Lis condition of affairs ,
spared uo nor expense (The Urge parlor and dialog room certainlycries
Turkeweeu Oil Liniment I ia the best \
on ear'h for sprains!, bruises and keeping it up to the hightst' standardof : were quite trUborately decorated with I a >ove a whisper for some: sort of

rheumatism. For census and colds excellence and under his directionit horse shoes and four leaf clovers, a remedial agency.
Brick LOll W. JOHNSON
applywith cloili; dues not blister. achieved *. distinction unexcelledby indicating "good luck." The scorecards There are other suggestive items in ,

Foraale l'yltlUgund Co. any hotel in the state. were also four leaf clover and the mayor's message that are timely LimeHair --- -Dealer inPPOPRIETOR---- -- -

Dr. O. Muter and wife, popular The deceased was a progressive, horseshoes and brought much luck to and should receive due consideration

residents of Belleview, were guests of public spirited citizen and a big, Mrs. Mary Eagleton, who wou a A Pleasant Bowling Party NW[ AND SECOND[C AND MACmNmt

the doctor's brother Mr. J. W. Mister warm hearted man, and performed lovt-lj wishbone and four leaf clover Cement
A delightful and informal event of -- OF----
vf Plymouth, aides., at the Ocala ui&nyactsof charity aud benevolencethat lace piu and to Mrs. Clarence Camp,
the week was the bowling party given Laths THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.
House Wednesday and Thursday were known only to his most who received the flinch prize, a silver: ,
at the bowling alley yesterday after
intimate friends. clover lace pin. The whist booby, a And Locomotives For Sale and Lease.
Mr. J. H. Moon, of Fallinglon, noop. Mrs. F. L. Watson entertaineda Second Hand Rail Bought and Sold
His death i id a great I loss to our city. combination magazine opener aud
number of the ladies for tiersisterinlaw Shingles.Jffica .
Bucks Co. Pennsylvania, passed young
Three locomotives for sale leae.
In a conversation with him a few book mark, ornamented with a four or
through Ocala yesterday en route to : Mits Watson, of Jack For Sale-
days before his death he told us of the leaf clover went to )Ir Frank Har One 16x24: Tolhert Euzine- Oue 14x16 NV1
Lake Weir, to visit what was formerly plans he had in contemplation which ris. hiss Lilla Brumby was awarded sonville. Oe 14x16 New York .Safety. One It)>)HP Bill Aleuaic.
handsome Mr. Mrs. \Vtson's gu tits included and Shops One 75HP Harris Corliss.. Ode 12x16 Err- City
a very property. meant much for the improvement of the flinch booby a i'ilvt'fubbuue One 12HP Gasolene. One I)()H P. Ou# 2D'iP.On .
Moon invested in this county many our city and ended the conversationby pin. i .Misies Mamie Watson, Gertrude near LiO HP huh prrsturn return tublar 1II..r, rfii*,
years ago aud is always a welcome Pereda: Sara. and Viol-t Harriss, S. A. L. Freight One 25HP Economic toiler, and a lot of inner slaw no
During the afternoon Misses Sue
Having! : band and other machinery.
. visitor. Johnnie Liddon, Ethel Biuclair,
.- -- -- "Hove Ocala and its people. It and Margaret Anderson, Louise. tjcoit Depot. LAKE CITY. FLORID in
Hair Tonic Valeta Pout, tiara Whitn'eld, Edith
curesdandruff
Queen Aune shall always be uiy home and when and Annie Atkinson! passed fruit
and sire' on the head; stops Platt, Loutll Gary, Margaret and
I die I want to be buried under its I punch and fter the games were n'uithed -
tb6 falling out or the hair and promo.es Annie
Mamie Taylor, Florrie Crook,
a luxuriant growth. TydluKs quiet shades" t served a most enjoyable lunch. Mae Staudlej, Sue BJFCO and Aline 'hm B BB [1] Et.Er8 i
' mt& Company! drug tore. Hid wish will be gratified aud his Iu every way the afternoon was a
Thomas, of ireenwille, S. C.
r-mains will be iutrrred in Gr "'n- complete social buccebs aud will long
With the probaMlitie of twen'y Two games were bowled. In the
1 wood cemetery this nfteruooa at 3:30 be remembered by the fortunate
,a cent cotton; seveutyceutsturpentine; o'clock. guests. first game Miss Pereda made the ta John ij.| Spares'OLD M

oil and coal and iron and marble and highest score and in the second, Miss
'the funeral will be held in the parlors -
phosphate and other valuable minerals Candidate for Sheriff. Violet Harris made the highest. In RELIABLE m
of the Ocala: House, Rev. Henry ta
; rich timber: forests and tropical Mr. Allan Rodgers, of this city adding up the scores the latter won '
W. Little offlcuiiui
vexetaolra and fruit, the south's makes announcement as a candidate out by one pin and was awarded the

J prospects are as bright as any rain Tae following named gentlemenwill for the office of sheriff of Mar.ioncounty. prize, a very pretty picture. $ VIRGINIA SHOWS mm
serve as pall bearers, viz:
bow. He has several advantages Fruit was served between the ,
Frank Harris, George Crom, M. G.
I have used Chamberlain's Cough in his favor that will qualifyhim : games and altogether the afternoon
McCarroll, Charles Wnitesides, C. H.
0 Remedy for a number of years and for this office-he is tireless !and was pleasant. one.
have DO hesitency in saying that it is Perkins,jr., Dr. Walter. Hood, Dr. fearless.Mr. WORLDS GREATEST TRAINED ANIMAL EXPOSITION KMiVf

the best remedy for cougos, colds and Dan Morgan Smith. k Cured Consumption. :
I have ever used In my family.I I Rodgers is a native of Kentucky Mrs. W. B. Evans, of Clearwater, ', WILL EXHIBIT
coup For and on behalf of this entire IS OCALA FOR ONE DAY ONLY ON
have n.t words to express my con- aud has been a resident: of I K., writtf: ")1.) husband lay sick ra
community this extends to the
confidence In this remedy -Mrs. J. paper Ocala went-four years. He owneda fur three months; the doctors statedbe
Mich. For sale devoted wife, the aged parents, and had quick consumption.' We pro
Moore, North Star, homestead in Citrus county, builtan 11
by Anti Monopoly Drug Store, toy other relatives, its moat tender sympathy and has shared the cured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Thursday February jj|
orange grove ,
,
iu this hour of sorrow and Syrup and it cured him. That was
Mrs. Wallace Kelsey and little bereavement. fate of the balance of us "old timers"in six years ago, and since then we have R

daughter, who have beeu in Ocala for adversity and prosperity, but always kept a bottle in the house. \\ e Giving 2 gi and performances at 2

some time past, left yesterday for Escaped an Awfcl Fate. whether in storm or sunshine he is cannot do without it. For coughs or

+ Inverness to visit relatives before re- Mr. H. Haggins, of Melbourne, always a Floridian and manages to colds it has no equal." 25i, 60e and and 8 o'clock p. m. raIn or shaneSparks1 1'''
bottle
$1.00 a at Anti-Monopoly Drug
turning to their home at Port Tamra Fla., writes: "My doctor told me I see a silver lining to any sort of a
Store and Tyuings & Co., druggi t6.m Show is known the
.
City. Mrs. Kelsey has been quite b *: d consumption and nothing couldbe
done for me. I was given up to sky.Mr. Whit Will be Seen and Heard at the
lick at the home of her cousin, Mrs Rodgers is a consistent democrat 1p4(ff J world over as the Largest, t
I die. The otter of a free trial bottle of Theatre.
but baa now entirely and has to his an.
Hugh Haycrafl given party
,' Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption Helen May Butler's Ladies' Military Cleanest, Neatest and
I recovered. induced me to try it. Re- ardent and loyal support. .
t Band at the opera house Saturday
I WANTED-To buy velvet beans, sults were startling! 1 am now on the This is his first trial for an office night is the only band in the m Popular Priced Show EJ

peanuts. Ocala Seed Store. 12 4 tf road to recove.y and owe all to Dr. and if loyally, consistency, devotion
King'8 New Discovery. It surely world composed entirely of women. In America.
feathers in one'spolitical
and enthusiasm are
Among the prominent visitors to saved my life." This great cure is The ladies individually are talented
l outfit, he is in a position to O largest and heaviest Lion tn captivity 3
the city yesterday was Hon. Neil M. guaranteed for all throat and lung musicians. The leader is from an SEE ROMEO, the
diseases by Antrmouopoly drug store make a good race for it. His persimmon .
j Allied of Ocala, who registered at the old and aristocratic New England SEE ]1.1tthe t-efet trained elephant on earth. i1'i "
and Tydinqs &: Co. Druggists. Price pole ought to be quite long bY

Brown House. Colonel Allred is one oOc. and fl. Trial bottle free m enough to reach the fruit. family. \ SEE FLOSSY, the champion high diving dog of America.

i of the leading young attorneys of Miss Butler is a wonderfully versatile -
Married Ladies' Whist Club. y SEE BOLIV.AU, the smallest, cutest and prettiest Pony.
Florida,as well as one of the most A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. performer and as director she has _

I widely Known and successful. He is One of the most delightful meetings Mr. W. W. Baker, of Plainview, become famous. Her teachers were rI: in the world, only 26 inches high. D

: the prosecuting attorney for the fifth of the Married Ladies' Card Club Neb., writes: "My wife had lung the best in this country and Europe, D. i1i'r

judicial curcult, a position which he held this season was the one at Mrs. trouble for over fifteen years. We among them Bermaud Listerman, Take the Children to see our Little Baby dons and

has held with dignity and efficiency L. A Finch's Wednesday afternoon.She tried a number of doctors and spent Henrie Heindel, Shepardson and I and Pretty Little Ponies, Wohderftil PerformVit ,.

1 His numerous Gainesvilla friends are was assisted by her daughter, over a thousand dollars without any Phillips. She completed her instruction i' ing Lions, Bears, Wolves, camels, ,

4 1 always glad to see him.-Gainesville Mrs. Mason. There were four tables relief. She was very low and I lost as bandmaster under Macy. I! Finely Educated Horses, Ponies, Mules

Bun. of progressive whist. The visitors all hope, when a friend suggested try- The seeming impossible lack of or- i'N Dogs, Goats, Monkeys and Birds, Great -

.; present outside the club, were Mrs. D. ing Foley'a Honey and Tar, which I ganizing a ladies band was accom Acrobats, Gymnasts, Contortionists, if a!
j did; and thanks be to this great rem
jt M. Smith and Mrs. M. B. Arentz, of novel 'i Aeriolists Vaulters Deapers, Tumb
edy, it saved her life. She is stronger plished. The fame of her organization ,

Rochester, N. Y. and enjoys better health than she spread and Miss Butlerwas Il( lers. Jugglers. Wire Walkers, fJ

RESIDENCE FOR S LE A delicious fruit salad, saltines has ever known in ten years. We persuaded by the manager of the c(J And Six Funny Clowns. r1'i
shall never be without Foley's Honey
olives, salted almonds and coffee were Buflalo Exposition to accept an engagement -
and Tat and would ask those afflicted
served. The prize, a pretty gold hat with the result her baud fl.New I Grand Golden Glittery
1 utter for pale my residence to try it. Postoffice Drug Store. m
pin, was won by Miss Mary Piatt. created more interest and talk than Parade at Noon.
Street
house, ( ing
the school bJ
near .
Another Hardware Store.Messrs.
other band there. They were
Nearly Forfeits His Life. any VI
in Oi'iila containing 10 rooms T. W. Smith & Co. have at the Charleston Expositionand
A runaway almost ending fatally, engaged fl. DON'T MISS ITIbJ
House Mr. R. L. Anderson the the drawing
bathroom and kitchen. I leased from pronounced biggest
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
In in excellent condition and J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111. For store building now occupied: by Mr. card. ( I It Aloqe is Worth Going Many Miles

four years it defied all doctors and all M. Fishel and will on March first Are You Restless at Kijht.

;fitted with electric lights, remedies. But Bucklin' Arnica open a hardware business. The senior And harassed by & bad congh U*e DJ To See. IN

furoiiKlioiit. Half (cash! balance Salve had do trouble to cure him. Ballard's Horehound Sprup. it willsecure
mertber of the firm was head salesman -
Title Especially good fer burns, bruises, you sound sleep end effect a
on easyterms.! per- skin eruptions and piles. 2oc. at for Ed Delouoet! for a numberof prompt and radical cure. 25c, 50c

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THE OCALA BANNER

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II I This paper believes that "harmony"
I SENATOR TALIAFERRO GOVERNOR
JENNINGS
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II. rID"I !2AS2IS Ziltcr. should r>e the paramount' l issue of the i ,


! r. v. tU,70Z; !, :Ibetl 11uer. democratic party. \

It should be the key note in its


< I! platform.If The Senator Evades No Question-His Rejoinder is Complete and Overwhelming Cast No Such Votes

I the wing of either faction couldbe

. brought together and the party as Governor Jennings Charges Voted Strictly With His Party Associates on Every Financial


, made a unit the prospect of success' : Measure-For Bureau of Labor Obeyed Request of Labor Unions of the Country.


would be mo-t hopeful, hut a "housedividrd :AllIk _--- .. _-_ __

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against itself cannot stan !."
WASHINGTON, D. c., Jan. x. Ii: t,-,receiving SiJMS; :: in cash, Florida wunou: impose any tax upon the circulation ,ifJmot| for tb* aMn4mnt :
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We wish that Mr. Clrvelard! on. the Hon \\ S. Jennings TalLihosset! F'L.&..'( Ct ving aa>thing might n.ne beta roLl.!elate Banks or State banking associatioa.-,Senator JOn. Th yea tot.follows. .-u'JI..'r .

My Dear Sir-Your letter of January J l.jl>clcU! to pay *0S&tfie. lie, and the same are hereby ruoealed'S : leajt-Uaie. Jr, b.tlt, t -tio
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, one hand acd Mr. Bryan on the postmarked the 1th, reached me in Jack: Couldn't Hate Dune I....... I I voted for that amendment to the financial LOn Clark (Hoot). C COr.U j'Wto

: other could divest themselves of all bcnvilie January 5. I would: have replied) You contend that, in addition to the bill ,n DII Ham. ia J-n k '.

.. at once, but was prevented by an unusual lod}rfleflt of the Indian War claim How does that comport with your JO Kenny 1"i.r) 1d..r. '.

personal feelings and be ma nani- pressure of public business attention jou "demanded and procured," in propere: you say you have made publicly .t J4tflliu i. Moat). M J.tW. .
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I to which I regard as of more importance Jllt-tmt-lit of tbe mutual account betvuer.tbe .hat I have not. during my Congresaiona.ervice atewart, SUv T"uttrru, 1 _
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: .' MOTTO: THE flANNEL, BELIEVING mom and patriotic enough to write a than writing political l-tters. ,1 State and the raited States, the pay:: attempted to secure the enactmen' man, T ). Vt. "lt", 1jl'o) fl.i a .

letter to the country along these!!! avail myself of the opportunity now, how I.rnent b>' the latter of &,J Lll, due le"chool j( any law on this subject? tUicnt o ncvouni of illor. but ,. [< t.. -
t :. .. THOSE AT THE 1OP WELL, ABLE TO ever and take occa -ir'n. to give you : fund of the State; SS.WT.ft! due the, You were once prominently connected with .ot yen O tb propnvln-H.

, ,1 TAKE CAKE 01' THEMSELVES, HAS. lina. information about my record which yo JJUrustevS] of the internal improvement fund!A bank )'our Jt. I understand and surely ( ..t \u Saris 'u.e.
You
stem so sadly to nerd and which WL, j I"n account of swamp land indemnit: an: 1 you do not mean to say that a connection ay tnat 1 roual'ice aiasi.t "
J TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES -. To>> treasure "bygones" h a u e- I the '. at to "I.t
= serve coriect
.- up hope to giA326.21:; due; the gejieral revenue fund ol: !II ..f this kind would disqualify a public : I IIU<" ..1.1.

WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE ] ri) llO k. statements you boast of having made il nir1oruLi| on general census account and:: officer from the faithful discharge cfbis t< population, I etRecord. t '...h1

AND jour recent public speeches i j further succeeded in collecting for the Stat! official duties? VuL ft pa c* _. i )., .
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; FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR I take of it t)-. Page baa .tbl
letter in the order s
The democratic party should 'let up your me additional sum of J13.J4S. Of cours.- I quote from your letter the following.] > D r"lr.r." I.
i: TUB BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT ThEBYFTOM statements.In ou did if you use the word "procured'.j. "Finally I have called to the attention subjt but deals *ntir.i>' aim& r.. ta
tbe dead bury their dead. making the statement I did. vii 'I Hou* of .
,._-- .j.I-s: meaning "received*' The act for a set:of those of the people whom I have been R.ru. ;"r. ,

" What's "Governor Jennings says I have done' ileirent of the mutual account, and lhat:ll.ble to address the facts that as Senator find, however, I a elr.> 41 .
the I"
of all this
use fuss! fury
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--- -'- : nothing since I have been in Congress: the bonds of the State held in the Indian i you voted against an amendment to ti place in the Record that AiuUiroffered
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aud fuming? there was no intention to do you injustice. trust fund should be surrendered to the: money bill to strike the word 'gold' and Inrt the follow loir aafrmirmi.nl _
i: FRIDAY JANUARY 29 14. Several gentlemen of unquestioned integrity Governor ot Honda. You would have beer: Inc or gtd
se the words in coin of standard iralu .I
r The "dig and "enesrs" constantly: and veracity informed me both before derelict if had toiled < ] That .
in your duty you tcncei'e ::| tC
_ _ and after the publication of the Ocala ,10 the interests payments (Congre&ionI tlsltue i .a U I.
: the money; but even iu that event.jp!j Vol. :33: I beer..
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fired at Mr. Bryan by the Cleveland Banner letter, that you had said as muc lIthe Government under the law would hav page >-9)-a direct an j Iowa: ..
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.. Senator John W. Daniel of Virginia to them. and I will 'flagrant violation of the platform." .
give their names .
press and the abuse of Mr. Clevelandby you found a way to settle the account and th "t 51* No Mooiat.'or.. $iull or.
should you desire it. While you disclaimever State would have suffered loss. I \eiee So Voted. ; a tea* oapUai IOM I
: waa recently re-elected to the no re- : tu ,m .*.
the Bryan pre-t ouly afford having used that language. its substance peat. therefore that you could not very I say that you have absolutely misrepresented :- i that bank with 4 capiul of

United States senate without opposition. or equivalent your letter to m y .ell have done le.ss. me. unwittingly I hope before,than IW,(>w may, mm thy I .

amusement aud fuel for the republicans. mind. Is in itself the equivalent of that Every one of the sums you mention tn I the people whom you have addressed. 11 Secretary of tl T..Pr WUiiSnpln
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language. "onnection with this claim had been -\:;sert that I never so voted and that Co: any pLate t! popuUttua wh,
; In bis You devote much space to the FloridaIndian : withheld from the Stale because, as llsjnave estional Record VoL 33. page 18J9. the''not exceed takmhtuuiu.< so. .
recent C0 .1,4 .
. appointments Governor Let's war claim. It is a simple matter, said ;!same you cite shows that that banks .
forget our differences, "gettogethtr" before the State had failed tO| your statement & Bv>t I l.M
Jennings I III playing politics! t<> a and a plethora of words and phrases will pay the interest on its bond*. and the,.has no foundation in fact. This page shows'; rsfl) may. with tb ct 0 of ta.yjreiary {.

and turn H united front not mislead the public The claim had been 3overnmer>t withheld payment on all 0 fjalso: that I voted strictly with my part of the Tr -U ry. .
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cold finish, or at leant tbat is the curb standing for over forty years. The people them to indemnify itself against loss. The. as I have always done on every question.:: ny place tb populatkNi. .
upon the and the country will of Florida Know u which 4.,
enemy this. and they know. to:>
l 'one talk. when and by whom the provision for its;1 ict of Congress providing for the settle at issue. The facts in the case are theSESenator ,:.,cot exceed .W." stant,. So.
at once witnen a "rattling of dry : xfiu of the account and this alone. unlocked Stewart of Nevada offered ti leUon! sh*U be In s }
[ We pilot iu today's 8t'Df&torT.liart'rro'li payment was finally passed through Con the doorof the United States. following amendment: :Ito of which M.. 'I ts ..
paper I have claimed the credit fe Tmyself. uC .
bones" in the republican camp.: gress. never [,Treasnry for the payment to the State "In section 6, on page 15, line 5, alter the, capital o I_ than wm .n
nor denied to others the credit due
r rejoinder toJeuuing' Governor ; It every dollar due to whatsoever acrount word 'interest' it is proposed to strike out; This L th only thuc I nnJ
Every democratic "shelalah" them. You cannot go further than I in I <& b..rsa
or' fund. Referring again to the $12,00t 'I n gold coin of the present standard any t the .*Vc, )
"open I letter. We believe commending the earnest and intelligent
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should of /bonds and the interest thereon valu,' and Insert 'in coin of the : iou Itll
come down on the head of an Torts of Senator Pasco and other members I. 48,34.66 I standardvalue mu thM fO refer lu thj,, ,
that hue the Government do to of the act of July 4. 1870. !you are .
every one who reads it will say of both branches of Congress who you not seem ? aat. at fault .
enemy and not on the bead of a credit that payment with lessening in anyway : [ Senator Aldrich moved to lay this amend,.I!represent ..
here. I !
preceded me have stated repeatedly
that he makes a complete and overwhelming burdens and I maintain rcent on the table and the : abject th. .
f friend. that on entering Congress in 1S99. I foundIn I lowering taxes. nay votes 01 n T o ajn lni.nt wasY .
answer to ( tion I the -Senate fies as a result of their] that a debt. wherever owed is a burden the proposition to table were as follows: to change th law M U..t .

every Iut' i In the language cf General l Grant painstaking work. much valuable data I and that its payment whether to one see Congressional Record Vol 3::. pageISJ9. ; with a cpt o...t nte. .

: propounded l I.y Governor JtnniuijK which contributed no little to the passage,crEditor or another, lessens that burden I the same you cite): i In plC a .Un l. o.* .

t we sty to the\ warriu 4 fictions In the cf the measure. and. Indeed for my part in the sum of the debt paid. "Nays-Bate, Berry. Butler Chilton, "' up to thll r. A u BMI..MUU -

Xo prize tighter In the. ring wa : You will pardon I for treating Iark Mont.), Clay, Cockrell. allowed
ever me. hope Culoerson. with
dtwocritic lurty "lei tu have !" t even accorded to you credit for the perfunctory lI'a a .1 .( I I.*, ttta*
f.'t d. Senator ( peace part you played in taking tha this subject exhaustively, and I offer Daniel, llirris, Jones (Ark). Jones (Nev), sJ.f. The .- D Wdl 'Jf '
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warrant home. as my; excuse that it seemed necessary uv.ew k C nay: McEnery, MeLaurin Martin. tt. th rural COMMUUUM .n4 hi&

t : Taliaferro'i rejoinder i id a complete A LITTLE SCRMONETTE. ome Pertinent Qnetlon of jour unique ideas on the sub- Honey. Morgan Pettus, Riwlms, Stewart, the Sth and .adopted a nb.'
ject. S ullivan. Taliaferro. Teller, Tillman, Tur-J j How th .
Jti C rf
Are in the fact c\ fjou
L. knock out you taking esp131 pnde ley. Senator .
Mallory being- ill and absent, to
\nt say of .
that the Indian war claim was collected i Here for Buncombe. n.rkh tfc. I
---,--- Bro. Albert WillUnnou I of the was paired to vote nay on the propos- agaliurt U the
during your administration? And are you I i As to jour bugge&tion that I have not ti on." ,voe 4d.vu r. <
(trover Cleveland hall lived in the offering that to th> people of Florida as:'introduced a bill. resolution or amendment t aet u part of t*. .
Jacksonville Floridmn, in a recent You understand or ought to. that thisji .
time of more administration, than something with which you are especially Jii any subject, ,or embodying any principle \'otP.'ain't ttndl bl voted ajsiaa, t .i I
tabling the
i-..,iie of big }paper s t ys that IVii.su-ol! to be credited? T o you forget or did you 1ln, the Democratic platform you know thai: '>Hjiiivalent to a'ot... for amendment the was Wod you have voted otbrr.i.rTfc
: any other citizen who na* ever Lteu know. that Governor Drew and Governor'since I have been in Congress the AdrclnUjjMtii Would amendment- vote on th PI u the b,1| In II. ,Blirety -

is loud in her praises of the good Hloxham. and Governor Perry and Governor -: n hai been Republican and both] you ha't''ott'll differently? 'I WM .toO
president, brgiunmg with that of Fleming nnd Governor Mitchell a[Iblanches, of Congress overwhelmingly so With the Democrat Alnayi. \"oU a, :

. Marion Van Hurea Methodist minister who went forthto exercised the srrate'it energy in urgin.|and 1 am not here for buncombe or t(jj I cite the Congressional Record In fur-j 1CAll. NeveriI ,.. I.
and .
coming down hi-) duties with a smiling face, aud this matter upon ('on H''s. each In his whistle against the wind but to devote: ther proof of my position on the financial'1or ( Cr 4W>.)'
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to that of Theodore !too.evelt-in all day. and that all of thorn perhaps made] II:n)_ time and best thougnt: and energy tc gold standard bill: I1 t m Dart* D O p IIU I" .;

no clerical robe. The austere face was greater effort in this direction th-V J'Ou passing measures of benefit to the people 1, "Volume 33.:: page 1SL Senator Teller of I1 banks, '* F.n. Fry.. .I. Ha,

tigbte, pxclii'jve of his own two.- have been known to do' Do you realize: or Florida Practicall'er)' proposition: Colorado; offered the following amendment l Hanna, ILasiibrouS. Hawley. H.r K. ..

- ; never magnetic. Is is: the smile thai ll'-it if the claim wn not collected during contained in the Democratic platform ha'to the pending bill: Lindsay L JdlrW M,.NHMM
y. Y. Witncsi.
Can the WilneM il
either of the administrations I have named I "The people of the United States ,
attracts humanity. It is the aunle I been before the Senate, in one way or another are I In dCum. MdlUa. N. .
; uame any other litizm than Mr. It was not the fault of those distinguished since I have been a member, and.k favor of bimetallism and desirous of any I ."lO lbS CC. P1'L ( Y I

that i is!!! the token of welcome and and much-loved sons' of Florida and tha upon every one of them your state,international agreement with the grew ttP! Quarto*. a.lt""

CievtI4 who t.tt-4 ever been ]/rei- the final collection of the claim meat to the contrary notwithstanding. 1.commercial nations of the world that wi ISimO|! Spooner, Tbu,. \fDtn W..

friendship", awl while th* old masters no more credit upon you than upon them? have voted in full and otnct accord with!'!![idrrit. of the use of both goM and silver| .

d6nt? In connection with this Indian war clam i. thy platform of the Democratic partj1[ it such an established ratio as will mali Nays-Bale. Bt>rr>*. Butler.
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picture the face of Christ the f ln.n"ie.
': Again if a maDe services are more valuable as :tee *' is it that you seek to have me say!do not pretend to be bold enough to at-|jtain' the parity between gold and silver Chilton. lark (Mont.), ( >. ( ".1.11.

the longer he serves in congre why did thla of woe, there I is!!! doubt as tj the correctness that the aggregate of the various aprr -empt leadership to the exclusion of Democratic -'coin, and' the efforts of the Government C uiherisMi. IJnJ 1 H.m. Hpur.I ..

: crowd of corruptioDi&U. rebate seekers and /relations for Florida, viz. about JUW.nw.j| Senators who have grown gray In: ire hereby pledged to endeavor to secure1Mich ;;,(Ark.). Jones (X.I Kenny. )jiFll)
of this interpretation. He would lower the taxes and lessen' thetHlrd..n |:the service of party and countrj I have international agreement aa speedily I i[MeLaurin. Money organ t-
political tricksters: try by ever) means both of nil the people?" You must know''hat 43 possible." jtus, Stewart.
been content on the and regard P.1'Un \-
contrary. ,
fair and lout to defeat: the re-election of Senator came to bring glad tidings of great I ronnned my remarks specifically The vote on this was (Congressional Re r.f! erro. Teller. Tillm* Tu 81T"I. 'rat
i: as being to the: interests of Florida a )
t Call in inland again in 1897? Do they think joy and the multitudes of men and to the amount contemplated In the total'w to listen to their wise counsel and t Fird.:,!|c cell volume 33. page IS'6). j-eas. as folJlows |.j! Vkoold \ .ur. ||airt> II... UI".""

the people have forgotten these thinjs boon? ef the Indian war claim.lz,, and to be follow rather than to to lead. Per I, : Rite Berry Butler, Chandler, Chi i[.I lou have proclaimed taat mo4. .M

Do they think we are that easily buncoed women and little children followed nart. St.O :L9OfiIi.:: ; The language of my haps, if like some, I presume had been enrapture!ton, Clark ;. ront.). Clay, Culberson DanIf'l. ,-'s ome of these prou.4iona w.'v waaib'
tetter quoted in yours is plain and un ) Harris Heilfeld. Jones fArk.). Jones,j'wrong Wol yt'ur hav been U.'ruat.
Madison Recorder. Him to hear the words of promise mistakable. I mentioned that the total appropriations -.with the sound of my own voice. or werei,(Xe\I. Kenn)". SIcEnerj- MeLaurin. Mar-: !And woul you hare in tfc
of I
And yet the Recorder! U not now obtained for Florida were'given to the peripatetic practice useless.tjpeechmaking fl. Money, Morgan.Pettus., Rawlin c. gol rlon
Itt
: He uttered. Let us turn over the :- I might have introduced c
about $1100,000. and then said: ;:g tewart, Taliaferro Teller. Turley. TU1jtnan. |- R to 'enr..su.t..i! |

It: lifting! ; ai much aa ItS little finger for pages of the Good Book and see what "This means more than $7 per capita for such ready bills before, even the though body they and were had been freordained a1-l! '-fCt. Senator Mallory was absent1"jon !'VoL 35. page _l). you My R

of Senator Call to the every man. woman and child in the State1'f ] | account of illness.. but paired to vot; >! That the platform editing i. th.
return .
the to die In the pigeon-holes of Rtpub- L lf
he himself uttered upon the case in Florida. and the collection of the Indian ,y'ea (rondition of th. Amenr.in Woralig .1.I .
United tjtalts senate for which office war chim provided the affairs of Ican committees. i Following ths Senator Pettus of Alabama I "

point. state administered wisely and honestly The Delegation a I'ntt. ,ioffVred this amendment (Congressional! (Concluded OB weata :

be i bt an announced candidate. He I Ib"4 "Moreover: when ye last be not. as the hypocrites should have the effect of lowering You say that 1 have not gotten an apippropriation <'Qrd. volume :33, page Lea): "f
taxes and lessening the burdens of all tht for any place or point west of, "Gold coins and silver dollars coined by
: in that of a sad countenance for
experience ; they disfigurttheii
eighteen "
yean
I 1Jf'0plt the St. Johns river. By your reading ofj the United States shall be a legal tender!

body and stands for the same thiues faces tbat they may appear unto men to I reiterate now that every dnll.ir of the the record. what have I gotten east of thai In all payments at their nominal values)

fast. Verily. I say unto you they have their Indian War claim-$1.073S30) ; -+hf.ilJd have river? I say that the work of the delegation when not below the weight and limit of! MASS OF SORES '

now he stood for in 1&91! and 1S97. reward. the effect of lowering taxes and lessening is the work of a unit and is not tolerance provided by law for the single j :

. the burdens! of all the people and. while! coin and when ,
reduced
It ; bounded by nor circumscribed in geographic in weight below
that
seems he looked
t. Why U the Recorder) doing thegamp upon a sad I did: not say so then I do say now that: lines or limits. I say that I as- such standard and tolerance shall be i;

i thing it1 I U making a bitter tirade countenance as a disfigurement. At every dollar of the total of api-ronriatlors s i>ted in getting every appropriation west legal tender at "aluntion In proportion I to I

for Florida does its part In lessening of the St. Johns river just as my colleagues I- their actual weight" Awful of a Boy

ftgaintt others for doing;? any rate It destracts from the attractiveness the burdens of all the people. l assisted in getting every appropria- Senator Aldrich moved to lay thUamendIment -' Sufer

of Do you contend that the improvement ion e.tst of that river. It is true, you add.I !: on the table but withdrew the mo-t
Of course while it is waking these any face for the smile is .f rivers and harbors does not make new'that you are not dealing with what has'tion. so that there was no direct rot*.I

observations aud poiutiug out the the sunshine or the home and of life. And competing avenues of commerce andjj been done by the Florida delegation-thatjjyou his was recorded on the following rage
thus Ies en the rates of freight? are not a candidate against the dele- o f the Record viz.. JS30, and my vote, with
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beams in the eyes cf others it is perfectly There's many a man who would Do you contend that high rates o'j gation. But let me tell you that the recordof I that of the other Democrat was yea. freight are not a burden on all the wing is the
people the is and inseparable.I1' vote in detail: Yt'as-llate.
sure that there i It: no mote in l love his home better if he found ? delegation one j Butler,
If jour system of reasoning be sound. erry Chilton. Clark (Mont), Clay.i: I,
more smiles there. Do you contend that the money !'JIf'nt.1 of has done and. If theiiC' Culberson. Daniel Harris, Jones
Its orb each us nothing. !.
peerless! are as i
its own eyes. either In Improvements of this kind or (Ark.). Jones '
of us has done nothing, then how is I tl 1 Nev..), Kenny McEnery, CURED BYllJTICUuA

: citar as crystal. Upon public buildings, does not add to tile possible that all of us have done anything?;MeLaurin. Martin. Money, Morgan. Pettus,
Vote on Civil Sanies Ctmmission. prosperity of workmen artisans and contractors -' (Rawlins Stewart Sullivan Taliaferro Tel
I will remind you again that I have never
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It does not find its way: into ali, !I ts r. Tillman, Turley. Vest. Senator Mallory : -
r la interesting to analyze the vote : claimed any results whatsoever not as-1
cast in the house avenues of trade and does not lessen th- sociated with the work of colleagues was absent and ill. but paired to voteiyea.
WflERE TUERE'S SMOKE to withhold the burdens of all as well as add to the prosperity my ." 1 j Not One Square !inch of Skin on
salaries of the civil service commissioner of all? and you cannot credit the whole delegation. I

*. Eighty eight Do contend that the dollirs with the accomplishment of anything wIth I.] A Tent Proposition. j
representativesout you eight n His
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There's fire, the saying runs and so as a of 386 went on record as favoring month In pensions for the brave solJiera cut giving due credit to each member for' Senator Pettus Immediately offered another -, Body Was
general rule the saying holds true. There his proportionate part thereof. ,{I amendment as follows: '
such a policy. Of these eighty of the Seminole Indian war of IIV-SS! .I who
is unseen hidden, but the ascending fifty were democrats and eight risked their lives In the common de'ense No member of the delegation has ever' "That nothing contained in this act shall j Unaffected.

smoke makes its presence undoubted thirty eight and the aged and oft times destitute complained that each and every other :"e held or construed to affect the present
were republicans. Forty Dine of the j legal tender -
quality of silver
Similarly widows of the soldiers of that war. Is no* member has failed to do his part m an) dollars coined
you
,
It2- can from eighty eight votes were furnished by /I. solace and a comfort to them In their old mailer relating to the interests or tJel|I bv t the United States." I I My little ion, a boy of fire, breki

c'__ argue of the southern representatives. Ifanysec- ape and a lessening of their burdens? people of Florida. but. on the other han'.1Iwe l The yea votes on this" test proposition out with Itching rub.
sgf. eruptions Lion of the w;ere as follows (Congressional Record a Thf.
country has especially all realized with satefa>.
have great
Strange Indeed. I.r
t skin to corrupt benefitted the 'volume :33 page 1830): Yeas-Bate. Berry: : tore prescribed for Wo, 1.
by application of the If do lion that we have worked in fuh accorcand b
you your position Is strange irdeed.to I'
blood. You can'tsee I I Butler. Chilton. Clark Mont
( .
) Clay Cock-j:
getting worse until
merit w. cwokl
No
the blood but system to appointments, the strange that I venture there are b U' harmony in obtaining results. I remember ll, Culberson, Daniel Harris Jones net drtM
t eouth is that section. Undtr few. if In Florida who of the delegation who has labored him
will
the pimples boils the any agree with (Xev). Kenny, McEnery MeLaurin, Man -: any more. They fiuflj
I merit scheme But I will admit with me her, or rather with whom'j| .Il
jou. that
appointments your conter I
are to
which apportioned Money, Morgan. PeMus. Rawlhw. me try a certain medical .
: etc., mar theskin the states tton generally on this position Is in entire] [ have labored will sustain: you In th !l.tewart: cl., k
among according Sullivan. Us
Taliaferro did
Teller. TIH'man do
not
IO>, surely indicate impure : tratment cay .
to population. Each harmony with your most unaccountablestatement : assertion that I have n t 'l ie my ul'I ':;: Vest.
Turley
state has a certain Senator Mallory was the time I Induced
: was to
blood. this Cntkar
For the
fjII reason that of the $$1O.9JO.r: collected,pen art. Why. therefore. should you comiyiplaln -!absent try
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quota which under normal conditions { on account of illness, but paired
t: medicine which cures these account of the Indian War claim on ? I to ) Eemedleshewueobadtk1jcuth1aba1roflanJputth.culks to
it cau always keep filled./ SVtfl.KB:: is vote yea on the proposition. ],
surface blemishes must applicable to lowering the taxes
u cure The southern Your reference to my Interest In the FirstNational Senator MeLaurin offered the following!I.
Iii them through the blood. states have been in the and lessening the burdens of all the people. Bank of Tampa would seem to'amendment to the same bill (Congressional Ointment on him on bandage*,aa It wu

: III Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical political minority in this country for You say that by legislative action have no proper place in this discussion i! Record volume 33. page : ;, Impossible to touch him wil th bare

IH Discovery purifies the nearly fifty years. Under ithe spoils npon your recommendation, this was ar.- and yet. let me assure you, there !! noth-i "Section 9. That 18)! and 3413)!) hand. There wu cot ..at'
plied to the State's bonded debt. Do
southern '
-IJII blood, removes the waste system white democrats yon ing whatever about it to be abhamcl C f'and all other acts and parts of acts which Iaofsklnonbliwho1ebodythgtwu

_' till and poisonous substances would\ virtually be barred from federal mean recommendation to say that and if no there Legislative had' beenno action or to conceal. The United Gtatj !" tatoles -''impose' any tax upon the t1tulatln of; j I He wu one mass of "
IrH
W!ill which corrupt it, and thus office; but under the marit system the State would not have been better off provide for the establishment 311',1 Elate banks or State bnkng assiatons) The bandages used to stick to lb .
they till thousands of in regulation of national banks and author:..be and the name are hereby and In them
|
II Ii cures diseases which originate places the to the extent of the sum collected? But ten j rple" remorlog It used Uk,

I I I in impure blood, such federal service.-Tribune. me, please, what became of the difference Ize the Secretary of the Treasury t? between- that nate depositories for Government money.: l 33. Congressional Record. and from the child
or the sum you mention and the Iolume poor
Ilgl asboilspimplessalt- Florida
k congressmen Davis n.9B)66< ? Was It not paid to the peopleof Years before I came to the Senate thcjt, yea were the following: Berry, : Ing. I began wer htn.brca.
;i II II rheum, tetter, eczema, voted Florida either in Fettlement First", National Bank of Tampa was desi -'CKillon, Clark Mont). Clay. Culberson. I t b.Mi
against the salaries while money or by sever well
get
,
II II sores, and other painful of the State's bonded indebtednessto Bated one of these depositories because I Cit aniel. Heitfeld. Jones (Ark). Lindsay,j jcEnery. ; of bt anr I

; : Il and disfiguring diseases. Lamar and Sparkmau were paired the Government and the cC'rue
II II "Golden Medical DisI thereon? And. if so paid does not that ernment was collecting and disbursing ran, Pettus, Rawlins, Taliaferro Tilima n.i ijTurley i began to le signs of laprerMBcet,

/ II H covery" also increases the and did not vote. lessen the burdens and lower the taxes of l large sums of money and it was as much Vrst Senator 10101 was absent: and with the third and fourth awfica

LU activity of the blood-mak all the people? for the convenience of the Govl'rnmentj on account of illness, was paired to I tlona the sores commenced to dry I t>.

1'f.- ing glands, thus increasing The Jacksonville Metropolis baa The State owed the national Governner' as for the bank. Since I have been In,;rote eSenator His skin peeled off tweaty, times, bat It

i the supply of pure blood interviewed a Jennings advocate tii bonds and interest' m.93-IG6. By act of!the senate the deposits have been increase d1 Jones of Arkansas (chairman of''I finally! yielded t th trutmut I
who '
E rich in the red corpuscles of health. Congress approved March 3. 1s'J! {belt ire)there just as they have been Increased! the: national Democratic executive com mil-j the Cuticara Reslnot r ,

sIt gtTes me much pleasure to testify to the puts Citrus county down iu the column my election to the Senate), the Secretary'f 'as I understand. all over the country. This: tee) offered the following amendment toj! and BOW, I can aay that he ls entirety

menu of Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Disco. the Treasury was authorized and directed was no privilege accorded the bank be- he same bill viz.. the gold standard bill' and a stronger bealtiUf
I I" "'- ery." writes Mm Annie Wells, of FergusonsWharf. for his favorite. We have just; to proceed for the collection of|cause of my connection with It, nor was'S '('Congressional Record volume page: cur saw than be aD bay
.. ;Isle of Wight Co.Va. 'I can say honestly: I State bonds owned by the Government any special source of profit for |1S33)! : : 3 nefr I tay.-
aDd candidly that it is the grandest mcdiciDet"Ytr interviewed a staunch friend of Mr. where there was default the never been a time in the history of the ROBERT
on part of "That from and after the '
: terribly compounded with for rheumatism purifying the and blood.pimples suffered on the '. Jennings who Is familiar with the such State In the payment of interest. bank since it has been a depository that I it I act the mints of the United passage States of thi 1 I {9%Center Ave., Otica o. lB. D -
Under this act the has not had more Idle than the total b 1897.
money
akin and swelling in my knees and feet: : so that Attorney-General open to the coinage of silver, and the
I could not walk. spent about twenty dollars county and to use his own language I threatened suit. The claim of the Government -|imount of the Government Deposits. If,'s:han be coined dollars of the weight C' No return la six Jer. Mr
>'i j jUll wa
paying doctors' bills but received no benefit. A.Je&r was a claim in law and equity you think that my sense of justice or coi 1- 1-2 grams troy of standard writes Feb. U, .
I was reading one of your Memorandum says he id I for "Jennings first last and L silver, nine*' ,
two and
or ago payment could have been enforced sclentious regard for duty would be warped enths< fine as provided "Tourletterottbeof Slat la -
- by the act of
Picrcc'sGolden U
Books and I decided to try Dr. : '
Medical Discovery and Favorite: Prescription. : all the time" and puts the govern On the other hand the claim of the St etc by a connection with a national bank.juyou lary I. 1. and upon the same terms.a-I; the & my little boy at & fC

; .*and am entirety cured. was one in equity only and its paymentwas can easily disabuse your mind of',subject: t limitations and provisions'.jof truly thankful to that the

; Accept no substitute for Golden Medical or's Tote in Citrus at 160, and the voting dependent upon the justice of Con that Idea by turning to Congressional Re i-! law regulating the coinage and effected by the Cotkora say nA

;! Discovery. There is nothing "just : of gress. This suit would probably have ord Vol. 33. page 1S33, where you will findt'my ] 'ender quality of gold; and wherever ten been a 1m lu
strength the
I as geod for diseases of the stomach, county is 600. been brought had It not been for the provision vote plainly recorded In favor of abolishing said coins herein provided for shall cnretodate.mot tll a lartaal
incorporated in an act of Congres- the tax on State banks. (See amendment I- received Into the b
F4 blood, and lungs. FOIEYSmDNEYOLREMakes at the Instance and largely through the that follows). ''be Issued therefor Tl'asur certificates may: loll 0. (
w Dr. Piercc'i Pleasant Pellets regulate efforts of the Florida delegation. This provision vided b manner now pro rtafem"U' -itii 5 .
Voted Abolish ? law.
the bowels Xldnevs sad Blazer' Rc! i;,;i stayed the suit. Suppose these proceedings "Section 9. That sections State Bank 341:! and Tax.3US Page 1 had not been stay*""' "stead of||and all other Rt.or volume .. "r
.:: : acts and parts of acts whIch Zd will show that I voted "P. .
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SENATOR TALIAFERRO .eath of Major Robert Burford. I '
CORPSES WASHED ASHORE.
vs GOVERNOR JENNINGS. One of the saddest deaths that has FAMILY TROUBLES

occurred in Troy in some time was Dickerson Was Expert SwimmerNoFoul

-$ (Continued from sixth page) that of Major Robert Allen :Burford, LEAD TO TRAGEDY Play Suspected.
vails for the creation of a Department of Pensacola. Fla.. Feb. 3.-The bodyof

labor in charge of a Secretary with a seat who passed away this morning at 6:40 C. M. Dickerson a capitalist of Battle
In the Cabinet while you when the bill
to create a Department of Labor and Com- o'clock after an illness of several Prominent Kentucky Law Creek. Mich., who has been miss-

merce was under consideration voted for weeks, at the home of his daughter, ing from his winter home across the
an amendment to strike from the title j Shot and Killed. bay for the past two weeks was found I
the words 'labor and' thus disregardingthe Mr.. L. M. Bashinbky, on College yer I 11
platform and especially the interests ou the beach at a point near the 1

ol the laboring people of Florida. aveuue. He had been sick for sometime w. E. NEAL SLAYS J. K. 8HRADER. "Forty Nine Pin s."

c Misquotes The Record T riee. but was not considered dangerously The body had been thrown on the

You have here misquoted the Record Latter Had Just Completed a Term as beach by a high tide of the night previous t
twice A bill to create a Department of ill until a week ago, when herapidly i
Assistant Commonwealth's and the discovery was made by
Labor and Commerce Attorney.
was not then under
grew worse and gradually saukuulil the beacon tenJer at that point.
consideration. The bill under considerationwas
I. Unfortunate Affair Occurred in the
"a bill to create the department of the end came. IIv The words Cafe of Capitol Hotel at Louisville. i
commerce. "labor and" did not
appear in Us title and hence there could by his children iu the last hours of day previous and searching parties

properly be no motion to strike from the his life. Louisville Feb. 2.James K. Shra- were sent out to find DicKerson. He

title: words that were, not in It. The motion der a prominent young lawyer who was an expert swimmer, anAthe only II '
s
( I *as tQ strike from the body of the bill The funeral occurred at he Bashin- theory advanced is that he was struckon
the words "the department of had just completed a term as ass 1-: sand
labor and.
the head by the swinging boom of
It was made by Senator Pettus in accord- fckyho.uethid aferuoou and ai four tant commonwealth's attorney, died I

ance with the clearly expressed wishes of thirty, aboard the Coast Line, me remains today at the city hospital from the etfects the yacht and knocked into the water r
officials of great and representative labor unconscious. s
of a bullet wound inflicted at
organizations and for this motion I cast began; the journey to Disou's His son-who is here from Battle
my vote Congressional Record Vol. midnight by \V. E. Neal of Owensboro
spring" Tennessee the home of Creek says that his father could eas
f;;. page 1051. Major Ky., The trouble arose, it is said
words in the ily have undressed in the water and
The body of the bill in this
Burford, where the interment will over a suspicion which Neal entertained
connection were: swum ashore had he fallen into the
the the the as to Shrader's relations with both good digestion. How digestible food to be
"That Department of Labor and occur at family burial ground water without first being injured. An on can you expect
r office of Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries Mrs. Neal. Neal had been arrested. made from a product obtained from swine? It isn't reasonable to expect.

and all that pertains to the same Accompany the remains wt'reIrs.. The shooting occurred in the cafe investigation however is being made, And yet many people keep on using lord-an enemy of good digestion-

be and the same hereby are. placed under L. M. Ba&hiusky. Ely Buhmsky, of of the Capitol hotel, where Neal found though no foul play is suspected.The through ignorance of something better. It doesnt pay. Your stomach U I
the jurisdiction and made a part of the remains were shipped to Battle your best friend and t'will be a sorry day for you when it goes back on you.
Department of Commerce." this city, R. A. Burford, of Ocala, Shrader talking with the bar tender.
Creek Nttnrra Giftfrom the Sunny South
The labor organizations were opposed to
Neal it is said without speaking a
Fla. L. E. Burford of
Hartlord Ala.
having a then independent: department ,
word to Shrader. drew a 38-caliber re Ii
of labor placed in and under the Dr and Mrs. Bridgewater Miss AN UNUSUAL CASE.
i
Jurisdiction of the Department of volver from his coat pocket and open- a

Commerce and Senator Pettus's motion Agnes Burford, of Tennessee ed fire. Shrader started to run into
was to see that It would not be Three Sisters Are Stricken With Appendicitis -
Major Burfurd was born in Dixon's the office when he saw the pistol. The i Pe
so subordinated. The Department of Labor at Once. 1fd10ttOl
first shot missed
Shrader a&J
83 it then'existed, was a separate and disc Springs, T uu", in the year 1S27, on passed Augusta, Ga.. Feb. 3.-la more than
tinct department of the Government, and close to several other guests of the hotel

created upon the requests of the great February 23rd, thus he was nearly who were sitting at a table writing one have family been in Augusta two for members. ,Cottolene the product which will set you right. It is the best and
labor organizations of the country, whichhlpM operated on appendicitis
eventually to se it equipped with seventy seven sears of age, his:: The second shot struck Neal's but at widely separated times.In purest frying and shortening medium in the world-far superior to lard or
what It still lacked viz.: The right for victim in the arm and the third entered cooking butter. It contains nothing but refined vegetable oil. with lust j
iu Secretary to have a place in the Presi death occurring this morning Jan 23, his back: the family of Proprietor Bryan enough choice beef suet added to give proper consistency. Cottolene is a

dent's Cabinet in order that the counsel of 1904. Lawrence, of the Albion hotel who vegetable not an animal product t
labor might be heard upon "all great Shrader fell behind the desk in the has himself been operated on within For your stomach's sake use Cottolene for cooking. You'll never go

questions of law equity and economIcs" Major Burford has! spent a useful office and Harris and several by- the past few months, there baa just back 'to lard. Cottolene is never sold in bulk-it comes only in sealed

In which labor has vital Interests. life. He was one of the factors in the standers attempted to disarm Neal as occurred the most wholesale attack white tin pAlls with red label and band. In the center of the label is our
? See What Mr. Gompera Say. I he was preparing to fire again. Hew on trade mark-a steer's head in cotton plant wreath.
Honorable Samuel Gompers: president of development of thegreat state! of Tennessee. as thrown against the glass parti-- record in this community. His three Any up-to-date grocer can supply you with Cottolene. Act today.

the American Federation of Labor writIng He was a soldier in the Mexican tion in the barroom in the effort to daughters Misses Leon, Katie and USE % LESS. Cottolene being richer than either lard or cocking
President tern
to Senator Frye, pro Frankie have all been operated on butter one-third less is required.
of the Senate under the date of January war, where he served with gallantry. secure his revolver, broke the glass : i
in the last three and all
days
SO, IWi:, and referring to the then status and severely cut his hand. He tore are FREE E Send.. us a 2c tamP to PW postage and well maD you a copy of mr book t
of the bill filed this protest: He rose to the rank of major in three in the hospital doing well so far. Home Helps." edited by Mrs. Rorer which contains 300 choice wipes
himsalf Icose from the men who were from the country' noted cooks.
"The creation of the Department of Com the Coufrrate He entered the One was operated on Saturday i
subordination army attempting to detain him and threw Made THE N. K. FAIRBANK 502
merce with the provision for the another Sunday and the third Mon. only by COMPANY. Dept Chlcafj. .
of the Department of Labor will ai invalid was commissioned as a 1st himself out of the door only to run
minimize the importance of labor's Inter- day. They were attending school at

ests and minimize the present Departmentof lieutenant of Ute !3rd Tennessee In. into the arms of an officer. Washington, Ga., when attacked, one =--- Y

Labor. Against such a procedure. In the fautry and for his valor and daring Neal is 22 years old and was after the other In rapid succession.
name of American labor I enter my most born in Lawrenceburg. He was t

solemn protest It is therefore urgently was steadily promoted until he rose to only son of \Villia-n Neal a prominent ((1 Problem !
requested that in the event that Must Pay Spanish Claims. "
the rank of major. He has a history farmer of Anderson county who oncerpromted i
the honorable Senate should deem it wise Jacksonville Fla., Feb. 3.-Judge

to enact Senate Bill 509. that the Department of serving: ant commanding in some his district in the legis Locke has handed down final decreesin Mary is 24 years old. :Msry is twice as oil as ,
of Labor as so constituted may lature. He left Lawrenceburg about Ann was whru Mary WMS as old HS Ann Ubow. l
the of the
be eliminated from its provisions." of the bloodiest struggles of that long fcur ypar ago and has since been livirg cases Spanish fishing How old i is Ami? I"jt..lt>ff H wh..l l 1 1uiullt
Thus labor having protested through smacks seized near Key West about fooling wits UiU hazy |I'P'IIt'/II. After jt"vering
lion. Samuel Gompers president of the and bloody war. As a citizen he put in Louisville: except for one year the beginning of the Spanish war. The ISshtets-M fimNup wi h tuurf in

American Federation of Labor, and through his!: zealous life into fulfilling the ideal, which he spect in-Hoptlnsville. H' vessels were seized by the United ahebr' +, hgomwsety: zoology, etc I rii.. /iverwtAmi 1
Hon. II. R Fuller, reprwwnmive of the came here two weeks with his
ago States navy and sold as prizes. The was urrer bom. If you get a difltrrut
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers the as he had done in the ranks of the
wife and has been living at the Capitol let kn.,
answer rue w.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, the I owners appealed and the supreme

Order of Railway Conductors the Brother- army. hotel. court decided the seizures were Illegal

s. hood Order of of Railway Railroad Trainmen Telegraphers and and the I Profound sympathy is extended: the Shrader th.e younger is one men of of the the best local knownof bar and on a second trial the district But this is no Problem 3

through others who stood for the Interestsof bereaved ones, for deeply does Troy court awarded damages. From this ,
labor against allowing the words referred He was considered an able an energetic action of the district court the

to, to remain In the bill thereby ft"l'ltbis death.-Troy (Ala.) Messen young man and was appointed appealed and the supreme government If you will buy your clothing from us for the next two

subordinating the Department labor of Commerce.to the junsdiction Senator Pet-of Thursday, Jan. :!S. assistant commonwealth's attorney i court sustained the action of the low weeks you will easily see a saving of 25 to 50 per C6HtShoesShoesShoeshoes.
:JI. when
Joseph Huffaker he first
:: 1S02 Congressional was court. The 3
lus. on January 3. ( er claimants will be paidat -
Record Vol. :35.! page 10 0). moved to strike Rev. Wm. J. Williams formerly elected l to the office of commonwealth 1y'est.. There are 12 of them,
from the body of the bill NOT ITS attorney. During his term Shrader :
TITLE, the words "Department of Labor pastor at Ocala, is meeting with en- and their claims aggregate $55,855.12. : : :
did excellent work in the court but :
*
i, .an.. < couraging success in his pastorate at
You will readily see therefore that the made a reputation as a high liver ---- -

; _, <.;> representatives of labor did not wish: tho Hazlehurst: Miss. The ladies of hU When ilr. Huffaker was re-elected he A Night Alarm
of Labor carried into the Department -
;, 'L{ Department? of Commerce and it must be church during the past year: .Iuta refused to reappoint Shrader on the Worse than an alarm .of fire at We have just received a large shipment ,ofHAMILTONBROWN
that, If the words ground that his conduct had not been I
quite as plain to you velvet carpet in the church at a cost
"Department of labor and" had been eliminated becoming an officer of the court. Since night is the brassy cough of croup,

'S # from the body of the bill as contemplated of over $-100. Many have been addedto then he has been practicing his profession which sounds like the children's !
by the amendment of Senator' SHOESt
church his and and has lived at
the the
during ministry
capitol
of the
Pettus. the wishes representativesof : death knell and it means death unless t
labor would have been met and the all departments of the church workare hotel.
allowed to remain In something is done quickly. Fnley'g
Bureau of Labor Shrader was removed to the city
An independent state. in wholesome condition. fails and we will sell their "A MER I A." Men's Solid Leather
hospital where he was joined by Mr Honey and Tar never to give
The yea vote recorded on Senator Pet Southern Baptist. Huffaker and Dr. Harris Kelly city Shoes Guaranteed to give satisfaction. For 81. 3M,
tus's amendment was as follows (Con- instant relief and quickly cures the ,

,4 .0-oaooInnol..,,""" .u..... Record. Vol _*"Ji,. page Ilinl_ttlP -- -- -- coroner whom he had known in official Four different styles to select from, Come Quick to
---4ttj worst forms of croup. Mrs. P. L
cite): i
came you life for several years. Just before
Teas Bacon, Bate. Berry. Blackburn.
Cordier, of Maunington, Ky., writes:
being placed under an aneasthet
Clark (Montana). Cockrell. Dubois. Gibson.
Harris. Hawley. Heltfeld.; Jones (Arkansas). ic before the operation in the hope ol "My: three year old girl had a severe

McLaurin (:Mississippi: *. Mallory, Morgan saving his life Shrader realizing that THE BOSTON STORE
Pettus, Rawlins luliaferro Tillraan. case of croup; the docttr said she
death was near made an ante mortem ,
You will see. therefore that you have could not live. I got a bottle of Foley'sHoney
doubly misquoted the Record as well as statement to Mr. Kelly, stating that OPEIS.i HOUSE BLOCK, OCALA, FLORIDA.
misrepresented me.'lure BloodSick Neal was laboring under a great misapprehension and Tar, the first dose gave

Etideuce Still. when he shot. When quick relief and saved her life.. .
If you need any further evidence, as to
the wishes: of labor on this subject, you : the statement had been finished Shra I Refuse substitutes. Postoffice DrugStore We will sell for the

can turn to Congressional Record, Vol. Feed pale girls on Scott's der bade his friends good by, saying; m

15, page 100L where you will find Mr. "Give my love to all; I am not -
Fuller's letter in fulL I quote therefrom Emulsion. Next Thirty Days.
afraid to die. .. ..
the following:
"I earnestly: but respectfully protest on We do not need to give all MANY DAMAGE SUITS.
behalf of these organizations against that
part of the pending bill (S. 509). which the reasons why Scott's -- THOROUGHBREDBULLSAHDCOWS.
of Labor They Aggregate One Million Dollars.
proposes to place the Department THE FAMOUS"SILVER"NEGLIBEESHIRT.Which .
under the Department of Commerce. Emulsion restores the strength Result of Mining Troubles. 1

It is the hope of the laboring peo- J Victor Colo., Feb. :C.Damage suits
ind flesh and color of
pie of this country that an Independent good
a Cabinet aggregating a million dollars grow
of Labor having
officer Department as its official head may be created. icalth to those who suffer ing out of the miners' strike, inaugurated sells the world over for $i at 63 cents.

This element of our citizenship, comprising several months ago will be
sick
blood.
as it does the great majority of our roil called up before District Judge Lewis All New Patterns and Styles.
is certainly worthy of such recognition -
population, and that too. by: this Congress." The fact that it is the best here today.

This letter was dated January ::!. 1902. The defendants are Governor Peabody -
reparation of Cod Liver Oil
or at the time the bill was pending In Brigadier General John Chase SHOE Go.OGALA

the When condition the majority referred thus to. voted down the ich: in nutrition, full of healthy formerly in command of troops in the THE CHAMBERS .

allow the Department of La- Cripple Creek district; Colonel Ed-
proposition to simulation is a suggestion as FLA.Dyspeptics
bor to remain an independent departmentof wardVerdeckburg, at present in com- .

die Government the bill was amendedby o why it does what it does. I IScott's mand; Majors McClelland and Naylor. ,
adding to its title the words "and I I --- -
In all suits for $400,000 damagesare -
labor" and adding to the body of the Emulsion presents
words wherever the words "the pending against Governor Pea-
bill those :
Department of Commerce" appeared. ':od Liver Oil at its best, body personally. General Chase appears -

There was not a dissenting vote nor sin defendant in all of
as a nearly
ullest in least in
gle objection to this amendment and labor strength,
was thus given as much dignity and importance the remaining s.-ils for $600,000.

as possible in the new department aste. Judge Lewis will today set these

of the Government It will be seen therefore in their ca es for trial. He will also desig-- SHORTHORNS
instead of voting against the Young women
that
nate the date on which numerous crim-
of labor as you say I did. I voted ;
DURHAMS ]
Interests
with labor's clearly expressed teens are permanently curedf inal charges now on file will be heard I r
tn accordance w made everyday by their own earelcsscesa. -
'
wishes and endeavored as well the disease of the against Adjutant General Bell General : '- .AND-
peculiar U
of the Dem l Can that rinse of coMtipatioo beta
into effect the policy ,
to carry Chase and others connected wit* ..
which shows in become chronic. TakLIVER
Mood itself
ocratic party.
JOUR*. the state militia in its enforcementsof

I have Let gone the at People some length into of these Florida )aleness,weakness nerv0us- decree of martial law issued by HEREFORDSREADY 0 'S P1U5
order that the people !
matters in Governor Peabody after the miners' I

have may been judge true and as loyal to whether to the principles or not I icss, by regular treatment strike, was heettn.FATAL FOR SERVICE i MDTONIG PELLETS '

Democratic party in which with Scott's Emulsion.It -- -- sad do sot to bath
Nature get
of thereat FIRE AT HOMESTEAD.Five I the only remedies which wrist
e t they have vital Interest. I have stated Private Sale h Powerful ptuyatives gripe, pain sad make confirmed Ji
Prices at
repeatedly that I stand before them upon is a true blood food ands 'way.
my record; In their intelligence in their Children Burned to Death, Mother drug-taken. Ramon'e Remedies set gently sod bare the

Bound judgment in their correct faith. sense I leaveto of naturally adapted to the curef Fatally Injured. $75.00 Up system independent of drug For tale by si dealw J

Justice I have an abiding wiU furnish free saocl or n will
Your droggut a
the blood sickness from
them to judge as between you and me. Council Bluffs Iowa Feb. 3.EarlJtoday 1

I have accorded fair treatment to you and the residence of Peter Christian ---- ----
all opponents and. while invitingthe x\hich so many young women Brown Mfg. Co.
to
closest my possible scrutiny Into my rec suffer. sen was destroyed by fire and his five: SpringAuctioAbout April 1 1L II

ord. I ask at least that that record be 1, children ranging in age from babe New York

not misquoted, that ,my votes be all not in misstated all- 1 in arms to 11 years old were burnec!I and Greeneville.
and that the record We will be glad to send
from the beginning of my service In the t=' a sample to any sufferer. to death and Mrs. Christiansen wa! Tenn.

Senate to the present day. be fairly read. burned so badly that she will die.

My duties here render and it impossible places for now the 1. Ee sure that this picture in Tne husband is in the country. None n PALMETTO! [ PARR! fiRM
the
for me to name dates f the form of a bbel is on
discussion of political questions. I hope '' wrapper of every bottle ol knows how the fire started. ,

be in Florida in a few days ; Emulsion you buys The dead
however to ready and willing 1 : C H MBLISS S;: CO.
find me
and you will record whenever SCOTT & EOWNE. Edna, 12 years old; Frank, 9 year!;
i
to defend my
and prepared
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Two Good Men. RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. this question squarely, for by compro | THE GOOD CUSTARD. CURE FOR HICCOUGHS. &r0te tottal.

Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall, who is -- mise we would take a !long step toward I wwwWWWe tUI

Gems ilniurtl I''rum the Teaching hypocrisy. There is, then, no other The :iM'>>. For Many: TemptingIHxhvs Ample Sclrnllflc Itemed That Give T.K.BIGGS. ,1tiJ
engaged in literary work in Wash- -
of UI Deuomluutlonn. creed that promises so much or has >> -IJotv to lake Dud Ho II It. Immediate Itellef.
-ingtou City, has recently been interviewing You cannot judge u man solely by his I its vie- ATrORNE't'-AT.LAW.
accomplished so much as Christianity. nni't custard is the basis of a variety An attack of hiccoughs brings

a few senators relative to the i Kt-ls. You must psoue deeper; you mm.dclcniiine : I -Itev. Dr. S. A. Martin Presbyterian of light desserts. Frozen it stakes .1m less sympathy perhaps than almost (Office la Gu-AIUW Block)

landing ot Florida's two senators, the spirit wlich actuates Chambersburg, Pa. ice crcnin. Thickened with cornstarchor any other ailment the main reason beIng OCALA.- ---- .__._ W.OK1IU.J .
him: and ascertain its ol'iin.-Uev. I),
Tbe Golden llnle.There that, except Iu very rare vases it > D.
flour it makes baked custard
and following are but a few of the iiart Hebrew D\ I1H'r. very Fl'LLER.: _
are men today wbo are givIng s not attt'nclcJ'ith fatal results and
Ii .('. but more delicate thm a tfidJin
many compliments paid them: I'rlmal Principle of CUrUllanltr.Honesty their millions to endow colleges nod I that in most cases it attacks otherwise DENTIST.
Thickened still maku fried
"During the discussion! some very is one of the lirs principlesof 3braries whose wealth has boon obtained more it I healthy persons. Still, it is on" of the Over Mnnroe, lit CharabliM flask OcsU, Fit
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Christianity. It lies at the base and in direct contradiction to the following i : most annoying and most obstinate of

", complimentary things were said also at the apex of Christian character Golden Rule and the principles taught difficulties. While the effort to cure It J M. THOMPSON.

about Senators Taliaferro and Mai- It must be the dominant force in all by Christ.-Itev. J. M. liuckley. Meibo ways found gothl: is being mad it generally disappears, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.

lory, which their Florida friend will raffle.-Uev. 1-'. !t. Pardington. Methodist that Montclair. X. J. Boiled l'utml.-Scahl three pints ofI't yet it resists the most vigorous effortof Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp MOlltnu.a.

Bethel Conn. The Church First milk, but do not lot: it boil the will: to control its vagaries.A OCALA. FLA.
Without doubt le glad to know. Pour it ] the beaten ,
gn.daaly over yolksof --- -
We hiccough is quick involuntary,
Spread the Gospel. are the' citizens of a mighty democracy a
"Georgia is noted for her gifted A wonderful change would wrought upon this vast continent. Our sii egg :;Old one Nrrl'l'l'UI' of sugar; : inspiratory movement of the diaphragm EDWIN SPHNCER.-

atateemeu, but in Senator Clayshe In the world it those who knew the joy loyalty receives its inspiratwi from the then return the custard to the tire. Stir brought suddenly to a stop ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1

ot being followers of Christ would gc teachings of our holy faith; beet above constantly until tU eggs;; and sugar by an involuntary closing of tbe glot OCALA.&r' FLORIDA
ha a star of the flat magnitude. He done. Pour off and when cool
all, the followers taste tis. The muscles that control these
forth and tell it to each one they met. we are of Christ and

la a fine la wyer, a briHiau talker, and The[ world would'soon realize that the the obedient children of our iKintiff.Kev. .- flavor with vanilla. If the extract 1 is two portions of tbe human anatomyare J K. CHASE

.I la thoronghly comers-ant with the Christian life was a vital matter and 1' F. O'Hare Catholic: Green' put into the Lot custard it loses Incessant workers. They wait on DENTIST r

would be changed.-Rev. J. W. Baer, poInt N. Y. strength, evaporating with the heat every breath, without being guided by OCALA FLA
political situation of the different Whip the six whites stiff froth
to a the
Presbyterian, Brooklyn. Doing Christ'. Bidding; will and even work while we sleep. .
states and delights in expressing in No with three tablespoonfuls l of pulverized While they do their duty life passes
Purpose of Christ's Teaching- roan can do with case the biddings CARLOS L. SISTRCNK.ATTMNEVAMAW..
sugar. Lay them on :1 tint wire calm and but if from
that animated way of his, what bethinks The divine teacher, Christ, has a far of Christ. But the order is, Do tranquil pacific
sieve, set over boiling water and! the
any cause a disturbing element entersinto .
greater than to them. "Well dj ne" spells sacrifice. It
merely save
purpose '
of men and measures. Turn- is a mark of excellence to that heat will cook the whites so they will their bailiwick they rebel are beyond Room 4. Masonic Building, Deal: Fls. $1 it
his gospel students. He teaches his get commendation ....
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Floridiaus he observed not fall. The whites will rise as they the control of the will and having :
log to a party of disciples, who sit at his feet in order but the price paid for it is
slightly cook and can then be taken no guide it and.
as were run
: 'Florida has two able men to that they may become like him, how understood to imply a cross, a tomb, aesurrection.Rev. the sieve. away
off Fill bowl
a large glass like any runaway. have no care for the
r William
Ross
they In turn his Pres-
\ her interests.' Throwing may carry message with the custard and heap the whites
Represent damage done. The effort to remove
byterian. Northfield. Mass.Good .
and truth to the farthermost parts of THOROUGHBRED
with the spoon over the top shaping the disturber Is the cause of the his
bia shoulders back which displayedto
the ('arth.-Rev, Dr. Frank De Witt and Dad AniceU.
them round like snowballs. If
nutmegis cough and the following method of
advantage his magnificent Talmage Presbyterian, Chicago. "We are too ready to label men liars
liked, grate over the top of each treatment arrests then muscles in their
and sinners, says Tennyson. "There is
physique, he continued : 'In one, Coarage Seeeeds. snowball. Set the custard cups closeto wild escapade, briny them! hack tn
an angel and a devil in
Men without courage constitute the every man. the custard bowl. Fill them from BULLS APiD COWS.
a their duties and. like the patient sets
Mr. I find a quiet able Is it not hard
Mallory just as to find the good
weak set in Is
every community. It ladle, the size of which will hold ants they are they rouuir their work

worker, while in tbe other, Mr. Talia the strong, courageous men everywherethat angel in some who make loud professions enough; to till one cup. Sis whites will and life becomes as placid! as before:
as it is to find him in some who
ferro, I find also push and enthusiasm succeed. The strength of a nations make make livesuuwlmlls. and each snowball First expel ail the air from your
no profession? ReJohn
( not in the number of Its Inhabitants, will make enough white for the top of The
lungs very very quit-lily. portion
I believe what Thompson. Methodist
and generally
gets Chicago.
but the proportion of Its men and wo three cups. For social functions aauuiny of the body they attend to I is. as It
he wants.' men who dare to think and have the The Gift of Love.
whites may be frothed! as one were. collapsed. and now commences
The gift of love is offered to us on
41 'You are on one or more committees courage of their convictions.-Rev. W :au afford. Tenire not too many if the next and concluding part of the
t the easiest possible terms. Jesus Christ
M Martin Methodist Brooklyn. appearance is the ouj(>(:t. cure. I
with Senator Taliaferro, are you i Ls the channel through which this gift
Special Temptations.If Grandmother used to make boiled Second con.mence to fill your lungs
cot?' uasafrktd of Senator Clay. man would succeed and would sit of love reaches us. Belief is its reception. custard for everyday dessert and It with air. but do so very slowly but
Belief is more than intellectual t
'Yee' he resumed, 'and I have had down with his God he must first accept vas foamy and tasted better than any steadily. Pucker your month and if
assent. The word carries the thoughtof
the teachings of God. He must observe other custard, so we all thought. She possible! If'IIan opening: of your lipsno
opportunity to know his untie trust, reliance dependence. It is
every his specific temptations. The rock on stirred the beaten bites iu the boiling larger than a pin. and through this } ,
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ing energy and capabilities. His which my neighbor has struck the the belief that God Is able and willingto milk with the yolks and sugar; then inhale the air. Fill your lungs raise
do all he offers and the
work on the committee for appropriations rock where my friend lies stranded, him to do IL-Hev. W. N. trusting Rankin she filled large tumblers with it and your arm and throw out your chest,

may not affect me, because I am steer gave us cake made with the same and when you are full these muscles
has been simply phenomenal.He Presbyterian Denver.
ng my course in another direction.- flavor as the custard. resume their regular duties and the SHORTHORNS

ia one of the most enthusiastic in lev.[ David Laughlin Presbyterian, The Law of Aatnre. Baked Custard.-Two quarts of milk. hiccoughs are !!'1lh', -Brooklyn Eajrle.
Baltimore. The law of nature is that there can scalded with the beaten yolks of five ---- t DVRIIAUS i iF
His could not find
the senate. state
A-man cannot ue a stranger wnen oe be no growth where there is no nourIshment or six eggs and one coffee cup of sugar MAN AS SEEN BY NOVELISTSSuccess =

I, a man who could do more than he stands in the presence of the spiritual and where conditions of stirred into it and boiled until the eggs -" ANDHEREFORDS

: baa done. 'Ye8,' he reiterated, 'Flor. ife. lie has eyes to see the eternal health are essential there will be are done. With two tablespooufuls of serves to sweeten the average

, realities of God and comes into closer growth according to nourishment It cornstarch mixed in a little cold milk man; nnsuccess is the heroical test of
Ida could not have a more competent is so with plants, animals and man, everywhere heroes.-Eden Pbilpotts.He .
fellowship with him.-Uev. P. G. Sears, until free of lumps stirred in and boiled -

; \ man to take care of her interests.' Episcopalian Meridian, Miss. and in all time. Man must you make a baked custard which is who does good on the spur of the READY FOR SERVICE

also receive sustenance for his soul. If firm but Flavor moment usually sows a seed of dissen-
"Senator Bacon, of Georgia, also The Pathway of Obedience. light. with any extract -
After all, the pathway to personal he oe dead spiritually he must be divinely preferred. Whip the whites until sion in the trench of time.-Seton Mer-
in the and remarked
discussion
joined
knowledge of Christ Is the pathway of quickened before he can grow very light with two or three spoonfulsof riman. Prices at Private Sale

! that he thought a great deal of lr.1 obedience to his known commands asa and become Christlike. Rev. George sugar and after the custard is baked A woman without illusions is the

! Taliaferro. 'First, I think him recorded in these gospels and epistles, Adams. Methodist, Brooklyn. make a meringue but do not brown In dreariest and most difficult thing to

! valuable the he and his religion has to do with our or Cannot De Taken Away. a hot oven. The heat of the custard manage possible. Author of "Eliza- $75.00 Up.
most senator! longer
; I dinary daily lives.-Kev. Dr. Alpha G. You determine within you that your and tbe top warmth of a cool oven will beth and Her German Garden.

; stays the more valuable be will be. Kynett. Baptist Pittsburg. life will be lived high, holy and noble. set the meringue and give it a golden Have something to say say iti; stop

Second, he is attentive to all his The Master of Life. As a business man, you purpose to be tinge. Heat makes it fall. When the talking; give fools the first and women Spring AuctioAbout\ April! I IL

duties and careful worker. He is What is needed to overcome self coo honest, true and incorruptible. On this custard is boiled pour it into a pudding the last word; the meat's always in the j.
a high plane you go through the world. bowl and bits of butter here and
sciousness Is to realize that God is the put middle of the sandwich.-G. n. Lorl- -,
j recognized in bid numerous committees master of life that its spiritual element That life no man can take from yew there over the top. That prevents the mer.

! as an exceedingly careful and la the spirit of God ,and that be has Men may lie about you, they may slaw milk from forming a skin. Happiness falls to our share In'SI'p--

active member and last but not least laid a command upon us to developthese der you and persecute you, but they Boiled custard thickened with cornstarch arate detached bits and those of us PALMETTO P PARK FARM!
: ; talents (in his service.-Rev. Wil cannot take the Christlike traits from is very nice baked in cups. A who are wise content ourselves with "

i- be is a man who will be of great you that are yours as long as you meringue of the whites can be made these broken
sou M. Bad t:>;. Unitarian. Chicago. fragments.-Beatrice Harraden. ",
,, benefit to his state' Senator Bacon Tbe Greatest 1'osncsslun. choose .maintain. them. leDr, over the top of each cup.- Table Talk. iAn I C H HBUSSI CO.
; George Schoal. Church of the Refor -
i, has that whole-soul jovial way about Have a true, pare heart and you will mation. BaltimoreThe Impolitic Thing to Do. Noisy fellows are always wedded to I OCALA FLORIDA. I
} see among men wherever you go devotion Real DD.IDeof Life. "Young Brown is a smart fellow, their own opinions weak fellows to i
him that instantly makes one feel
, to right in a large way and on a There Is no other proper business In said the manager of the collection department the opinions of others. The perfect r

! how true and sincere is his friendship. generous scale. This character so po this world but to get life reconciledand to the great lawyer man. conscious of his Intellectual finitude -

l!I "Senator McQreary, of Kentucky tent and influential is more than title, adjusted to the infinite and Almighty "Yes? What's he been doing now?" is content with aspirations-Harold -

eloquence or Avcalth.Rev.. Dr. Ken God. asked the great lawyer. Begbie:
I f with polished andt I Jesus taught definitely
t 1* a man very Boyce Tupper. Baptist Philadelphia. that we are not to hold our possessionsas "Why, he was in the office alone yesterday With men you must take your choice

E pleasing manners. He paid the following Self Dlnelpllne In Defeat. owners, but only as stewards. The when he heard that Silk & -liberty for your mind and a prison

r merited compliment: 'I con It takes a great deal of grace to suffer only real business of life here Is In getting Satin were financially embarrassed for your body, liberty for your body It Will '

I defeat honorably and good natured ready to live forever. There ia We were holding one or two claims and a prison for your mind. Nearly all

! alder Mr. Taliaferro man of ability I ly. Many people are so defective in nothing this busy, rushing generation against them, and he rushed out and people choose' the latter. We know

r an j conspicuous in his fidelity to the self discipline that they cannot stand f-o much needs to learn. There is nothing slapped on an attachment just fifteen what becomes of the few who do not You .

r interests of Florida.' the moral strain of friendly competl! that would so help men to be sane minutes before they closed their doors -James Lane Allen. Pay

tion unless indeed ind wholesome "Got In ahead of every one did heT'
they in the
[ are always sue life that now is.
"Senator also said 'I like
Morgan : C'sstul.-He. W. B. Pickard. MetLo -Rev. Pearse linen, Methodist, Chi "Beat every other creditor" said the The Birds of Paradise

)tr. Taliaferro, he is a. warm friend of dist. Cleveland. cago. manager. Probably no famous bird has a smaller 1C You have any Real Estate

The great lawyer looked pleased."It habitat than the bird of paradise to sell
I mine, and I think he will be of greatbenefit Christ Taught Manhood. The Cross a Dally Burden
I If I understand the was a good piece of work" he whose beautiful feathers are so highly
Neither the Bible nor Christ ever teaching of the
to his state. New Testament aid. "I like to see a young man with prized in tbe millinery trade. No one ORYou're
taught that men should be less than correctly the followers
of Jesus must take his Borne enterprise and brains. What did knows why the varieties of this beautiful -
men; that a man should be up cross
a petty
Wants to be a Delegate.Dr. The you do?" bird are confined to the island of ir; thinking of coming
daily. chief
man; that he should have no deep feelings obstacle to the accomplishment
T. 8. Anderson, of Live Oak, of indignation against the great of the church's great "I told him It was a good piece of New Guinea and the neighboring coastsof IF to Florida for a home,

ban issued card to the democratic ugly brood of sin, against oppression mission Is that we have not yet come work.YhaU" Australia. There are many other
against t'ranny.-Ite\. D. R. Babbitt under Christ's law of disinterested love The great lawyer looked Islands not far away where the conditions OR ,

voters of Florida announcing his can Episcopalian. Brooklyn.Make and unselfish service. Love loves a startled. would seem to be equally favor-

didacy for delegate to the national I hard task. It gives all it has and longs "Why, I complimented him for hispromptness !ble to their existence but they are not i p You desire to invest in any
Mo t of Ll'a.t. for to and business sense." found among them. II kind of Florida property
more give. lIe is rich ,
not who
democratic convention to be held i iBt. in lie only has learned the keenest joy "Merciful heavens
lays much but he who man, that will '"
only Quite .
of pp lays o. Satisfactory."I
Louis on the 6th of July next possession who has learned how tc out much. We never dor: cried the great lawyer. TO SEE
are want to ask
use bis possesion. And he who has willing enough that you something,
He Christ should have been crucified for "He'll be asking for more salary. Go Grade said
Bays: least is to know the beautiful heiress.
likely most of that
joy : out and tell him that if he OR WRITEOCALA
us, but hadn't been the'duke
we are angered at the "What Is it. Duckle?
thought I In-
"This position, r.s is well known, i is by making the most of that least and of being crucified for him. Some here the office boy could have done it quired.
peo-
one without compensation or salary, by anxious realizing toil the in happiness every self of denial their pur and ple's religion is for the most part made I just as wel.-Chicago! Tribune. I "Would you object If I should request

I but tbe contrary those selected to pose. Thus the light of the kingdomof up of fluent talk. One generous act is Great Hunting Preserve. .. the minister to omit the word 'obey' Ja Na LIVINGSTON & SONS

tten4 the convention must pay all of heaven streams down into every consecration worth a whole ton of tall talk. The Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 7.-A very positive from the service when we are mar ,

small or great of earthly Christian Is to be rich In good works, statement is now made that Mr. : ried?" FLORIDA.

their own expenses and serve only for: values for heavenly purpose.-Re\ Joseph not in order to be saved, but becausehe George Vanderbilt will lease his great "Certainly not. He can Just make it

the welfare of the party we love sc ,Yo Day. Baptist. St. Louis. is saved.-Rev. Dr. Madison C. Pee "Pisgah Forest" and other lands in 'love, honor and supply.'. Chicago
t.uoa Rantist Philadelphia. RecordHerald.To .
well. It elected I promise to repr* healing "'oond.. that vicinity as a hunting preserve

Let m e give it as a universal truth, About Flab..... There are 110,000 acres in Plsgah Forast
the wishes of tbe If
lent democracy o Get Rid ef Hats.
let me state it as an infallible rule Fish are nearly the same weight as part of which overlooks Mr. 'Van.derbilt's j
i After all other remedies fall there
Florida as nearly as I know how.I unless your heart Is made of stone you the water in which they live so that 10,000-acre estate at Biltmore.It .

stand for the nomination of Hon have no right to open a wound-yea, they can move in It with great ease. Is the best stocked game preserve still remains a way of getting rid of (EDEN '
rats, and that Is depriving them of MELON mn fO'1LE'
William R. Hearst, of New York, &s you must not open a wound for which The majority of them also have an air now in the state, there being an abundance water. They can live for a very long
have and for which bladder inside of the which of pheasants, deer
you no healing no body, enables turkeys, partridges time without food and when bard

the ideal standard bearer of nation 1 healing is to be had. Greater, tar greater them to go up or down in the squirrels! etc., not to speak pressed will not hesitate to eat each I have on band bOO pounds of lbs

democracy, and if elected shall us! is he or she who can heal wounds water at wilL When a fish desires to of wildcats. Probably In no part o: other, but no rat can go twentyfourhours famous Eden Watermelon Seed wfaith

? than the irresponsible anarchist who go down deep It can press the air out this state, save along the coast, are
my best efforts for his nomination. without drink. Therefore if every I will sell at reasonable figure If told
spreads destruction on every hand and of this bladder by means of certain rattlesnakes more numerous or larger
of
possible means obtaining water at The Eden
The following joke gotten oft in th e leaves only a memory of suffering and muscles and thus increase the weight than in Pisgah Forest The only pro is taken from the rats they will desert once. Melon It I the beat

shame.-Rev. W. L. Simmons Baptist of its body and when it wishes to rise pie who live In the forest are tb the vicinity. shipper knowu, and these 1etJ. were
congressional democratic meeting in 111. again it takes off the selected from large and
Peoria pressure, the rangers, and they save the skins of perfectly

Palatka will be appreciated as both The Knowledge of God. bladder fills with air again and Its the wild animals that they kill, such as Very Pathetic. shaped stock. For prices. etc., writeBlackvilU.

!: ". Mr. Clark and Mr. Lowry are known It is the knowledge and life of God body becomes light enough to rise. deer wildcats, foxes, etc., to be placedIn "What can be more pathetic" said ti f

1 here that change the world of mankind for the beautiful hunting lodge on M. the sentimental woman, "than a man I. R STILL

: good. And great and wonderful and A Japanese Custom. Pisgah t who has loved and lost?" S. c. ,
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The next joke was on Frank Clark, glorious as is God, so likewise great In Japan the well to do have almost "Well" replied the man of experience

Displayed in all of the show windows and wonderful and glorious are the always In their houses one room called Human Katare. "a fellow who has bet on a 1

changes which he effects in the life of the "chamber of the Inspiring view." "Mike." said Plodding Pete "what sure thing and lost cuts quite a figure BRANCH'S ; -

of Palatka was a photograph of Frank the individual, of society, of the church Its essential Is a beautiful view but would you do It you was to wake up in the pathetic line."-Chicago Record- '

Clark, with the name of BootLIAwrey and of the world. Not too great things taste Is catholic In Japan and the delightful an' find --nurself, a railway president?" Herald. Genuine Rattlesnake

the noted lecturer under it I can we look for at the hands of God. view may be a blossoming "I c! ,." answered MeanderingMike il

** for he "is able to do exceeding abundantly cherry tree, a glimpse of a river, a : '!an nature Is human na Lachrymal Amelioratiom. WATERMELON SEED.

rand a date when this lyceum follower above all that we ask or think.? miniature garden or only the newly ture. I s pose I'd pit mercenary an' "Poor thing! Did she take her hus- j

waa to appear. It might have been -Rev. G. M. Donaldson. Episcopalian. fallen snow. In this delightful country begin to worry about all de rides I've band's death much to heart?' Only Pure Strain In the UaiUf Sttttt l

New York. they get up parties to visit the maple been beatln de company out of- "Why, she's prostrated with grief! t
unintentional mistake but Carefully selected.
an it Kept
W as pure
35 j''r'
trees in the glory of autumn color ors Washington Star.A She can't see a soul except the dress- other variety grown on pUaUtta ol iets
!
Cling to the Pillar*.
unmistakably Mr. Clark's latest photograab maker.-Town Topics. Pure seed Impossible where &ff r eK ,ftMil
the fresh untrodden !
While the world is not so bright e snow, as in this are grown
by 0. P. Havens. Lowrey country one gives theater parties and Little Too Smart.
the words
of Christ has it
promised dinners. "Oh. we've got an easy thing this nil domination. i oz.i5c; aoi..25; K lb,4oc: K rb, f j; i !t, |i",,: .
bad iti Palaika should be should not desert the Mushroom hunts are a foal '
appeared we *
on January time said the confidence ,man who Politician-Congratulations, Sarah. lolbM'fr-Dearercd. t

e6. The photograph bad done i teachings of Christ. The pillars of our ionable diversion and Terse writing had been prospecting for a victim. I've been nominated. Send for Seed Annual "Manual) oa l1'
n
afaith and harp playing are occupations Cu1 urr. roc Remit
can be found in the answer made bl tegalered
"Sure? "Oh. I've Ictt"
positive Why. Sarah with of
work. Lowrey had the crowd. Dy Peter to Christ Peter said that which, in tbe estimation of these eter ( delighO-Honestlj mousy. order
rounded a fellow who thinks he's
up Politician-What difference does that
Timer-Union. there was no alternative. We must face nal children befit tip gentlewoman M. I. BRANCH
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when she is within doors. too smart to be 'done' by any one.- make?-Detroit Free Press. ,

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I FATAL COLLISION OF --- JULY COTTON SELLS I through now endeavoring the mails. to The show governmentis that her :r SKIN DISIJ\SIS. THE OUTCROPPING


SAID MRS MAYBRICK mental science treatment was a fraud OF BAD BLOOD
and that she Knew it to be fraudulent
TRAINS IN CHICAGO ABOVE 17 CENTS .
All! of the morning session was tak.
And while not always painful are aggravating beyond expression. With
RELEASED en in trjiago
NOT BEtN -- up secure a jury. Thereare
50 witnesses here trom 13 differ few exceptions they are worse in spring and summer when the system begins

One Killed and Another Is Market Excited and and the s in
Opened o thaw.ollt ,
ent states. They will all testify that r saffered with Eczema of the haBd-
I reacting and making and face for a ,it
Famous American Prisoner over year was not onlyextraeffortstothrowoff
Probably Fatally Hurt.. Higher In New York. they were victims of the mental science annoying and painful bat very _&.
treatment scheme. sightly,and I disliked to go oat In tb*
Still held In England. the poisons that have streets.

OCCURRED IN UNION STATION. LIVERPOOL PRICES ADVANCE accumulated during the I I tried at least a dozen soaps and salvs.
and became Much discouraged
REPORTS ARE CONTRACICTORY. WHITNEY STRICKEN. winter. Then boils and I.'CJ I until I read in rery the paper of the cucee

Accident Wa Between an Incoming rashes anderuptions perforniedthrouahthe use of 8. 8. 8. I
: In pimples,
Still Continues
Great Excitement had little faith at first but determinedis
t Chicago and Alton Baroness DeRoque Says That She Sees Former Secretary of Navy Undergoes of every conceivable i j rive it *month's fair trial at I...,. X
Passenger Train the Principal Cotton Markets of the Operaticn for Apoendicitis. kind make L 'am pleased to state that soon noticed
and an Outgoing One No Chance of Her Daughter: Being .hintlm w Bt.i5aci. to on the Chicago New York. Teb. :2.ATTlliam and
World, the Staple Making New High C. Whit. their appearance, me to keep It up. After the use ot six bottles my skin
Burlington and Quincy. Released Until July-Reports to Con ney former cretary of the navy, has Eczema andTetter-the was as smooth and soft as a baby's. This was ys&twin ,
Records at Many Points. I&O and 1 have never had any trouble liDot. '
undergone an operation for append- terrors of skin
trary, She Says, Are False. MISS GENEVA DRIGGS.. \
Chicago, Feb. 2.-One man was kill- cotton sold cities. At his Fifth avenue homeit diseases -Nettle-rash,
Feb. 2.-July
\e\v York 2115 0.1th St., MinneapoUa.Mlan.
*d. another probably) fatally injured, London Feb. 2.-Further investigation above 17 cents a pound today. The is said he is doing as well as could Poison Oak and Ivy, rand

and several severely cut and bruised confirms the' announcement oy marKet opened excited and higher. be expected after the hock which Is ; such other'skin troubles as usually remain quiet during cold weather
about the head In break out afresh to torment and. distract by their fearful burning: itching
a collision today in the Assouciated Press yesterday to the withstanding the sensational ad always consequent on this operation, ,
and A of S. S. S. now will purify
the traIn shed in the Union stinging. course
passenger United States embassy here that )lrs.Ma'brick ot Saturday, Liverpool again however skillfully performed. .
tatiun here. vances and enrich the blood, reinforce and tone up the general
Mr
Whitney stricken
was
Pri-
has not been released. Although expected on
than
cabled higher prices system and stimulate the sluggish circulation
Tilt collision was between an incoming I day. ,His 1I1ness''Wu'so audden
her exact hereabouts has not and the opening here was strong at and thus warding off the diseases common to spring and

Chicago and Alton passenger developed it is certain she is still a an advance of 6 to 20 points, raising developed so rapidly that his condition summer: The skin. with good blood to nourish it,
.
train and an outgoing Chicago, Burlington prisoner. A letter received in Lon- July through the 17c mark and making was not generally known. remains smooth aid soft and free of all disfiguring eruptions.

and Quincy passenger train.A don Saturday from the mother of Mrs a new high record tor the season. The illness had the beginning In a Send for our free book on diseases of the skin and write us if you desire

cloud of steam obscured the view Maybrick{ dated cold he contracted while heading a inform tion. This will cost nothing.
aroness DeRoques. Following the call, the market advanced medical advice or any special you
of the vnglneei band of fire fighters which
extinguished
from her residence in Jan.
France stil I further, though In a some-
The killed blaze THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA
: a on a place adjoining hii .
28., said she had just returned to what irregular fashion with March be-
}t'.. 0. Wells switchman. South Carolina estate
two we ks .
France after ago. .
her
visiting daughter at fore the end of the first half hour ;

The injured: Aylesbury England. reaching 1C.86 May 1<*.20 and July gSg5g3p5g5S5Q S3S3SSS6KS aSSeag&5aSS2! S5iffffie 53SSS5SSSS! i
Attorney P. C. Balex. Joliet Ill.. THREE FIREMEN LOSE LIVES.
The baroness said she saw no 47
possibility 17.5Q-a net gain of 42 to points on
probably fatal of her daughters release until the positions named. --- WE

Miss Margaret Haley organizer of the end of July and all reports to When the estimated receipts for Overcome by Fumes of Burning Jute EAT MEAT

the Chicago Teachers' Federation and Hemp.
the contrary are absolutely false. received
severely bruised. Houston tomorrow were New York. Feb. !.-The fire in the .,: : .. ,': "o'.. 0 grow strong. Unlesawerl
Though the letter was written to a showing a heavy movement, the market 4-r.';'> ; T,
ins Elizabeth Ryan. most intimate friend. no mention was sagged off several points from the warehouse of the American Manufac- I ,; .,.j''c..r; : I good meat we may as vfellltt

,John W. Nadelhofl. made by the baroness of any removalof best m spite l of continued support from turing company in Brooklyn last night #i-.' ,jr): : ). It alone. There Is no stitnfth
cost the lives of three firemen, over

FIVE MEN MEET DEATH IN MINE. her daughter fro. Aylesbury. ew Orleans.At. come by the fumes of hurting jute g 4'1i ''.' ,' ... in tough meal-instead! 11 Jivn .

Mobile Ala., Feb. 2.-ln. Sallie New Orleans. and hemp with which the warehousewas q'r -' :-" ", .::J... : : ;i' ;, it takes strength to cig.-it

1 Explosion of Powder In Cage In Stannard of this city, aunt of Mrs 'New Orleans. Feb. 2.-The cotton I filled one dying almost immediately La I !l.ii'! ...-:J ,...\: ':;I'...'...)'i.F i.1 It. It pays to be. care ul In I
and two others II'" ,
passing ;:
Which
J They Were Descending. away "
Mary Mabrick, says that she is not market showed nervous and wide -;, '': meat-be to
buying sure get
: L1
Mahoney City Pa.. Feb. 2.-Fia during the night.Twentyfive ij -I--- ;/
i inclined to believe the report from tuations this morning always, tIUC'1 .' ... .;
;, men were Instantly killed in the Mam London that :Mrs.\ Maybrick has been ever, considerably above the firemen in all were over V/ij/if. /;, 'j I ,:"-: ; 'ti\q the.best-tender and choice.

pie Hill colliery of the Philadelphia come, two of whom are now in a crit. l. ;;A h;.T\. i little if need be and
released on special license. She says Liverpool cables [i Pay a more
level of Saturday. ical condition. The lost ..... ;:io"t ':. ;1 r .....,,;:'0.' ,j....,;:,
and
Coal and property
Reading Iron .
I company. ,
she would have been advised by the were better than expected and Induced about : ( fr.'t.; put something in your atomach
j Th victims, who were rock men, Baronass Von Mrs. 3Iaybrick'smother was $28,003. r \
Roque, a feverish opening with prices from U '
flesh
will
Jj.Q which put on your
art: if the latter had teen liber 10 to 38 points higher than the closing 2 : $ "t ;:
-
1 Morgan Jones, aged 35 years. prices of Saturday. Profit takingby New Major York Dalrymple Feb. Dead. 1 S i''X'1.. ... 1I' ones and strong blood in your
ated.Mrs. 2.-Major Henrj VaJ-j/
I John Hackey, aged 28 .
years. Stannard she advised
says was the longs 'ftU heavy, and the market earL.EDWARDS.
M. Dalrymple, of Morristown N. J,
I Joseph Junta aged 35
years. by the baroness several weeks ago feature that
sensitive to
was every
one of the engineers who laid out tin
i Adam garage, aged 23
years. that Mrs. Maybrick would be released advanced BROS.
presented itself. May was
eastern end of the 'Delaware
SI Lacka: .
1 John Hulerlck, aged years.
J The men were killed by an explosion April 1. 48 points to 17.50, receded to 1723. wanna and Western railroad, is dead | Stalls 3 and 4 City: Market, Ocala,. Fla.
reacted to 17.42 and fell off to 17.28. from blood
poisoning. He served
I of powder In a steel cage in ORDERED TO SAIL.
similar! fluctua
i Other months showed
the 1
throughout civil war and UW
which they were being hoisted. The accomplished
1 tions. The spot market was quiet
the and many difficult feats of engineering -
explosion ripped cage apart, Uncle Sam's European Squadron Has holders asking
in the earlier hours with
A the mangled forms of the m sn fellS Received Instructions. during the Virginia campaign
an advance of three-eigEts.
300 feet to the bottom of the shaft. .
Washington 2. The European be Cured
realness Cannot POTATOES
j The head of one of the men waa squadron, composed of, the Brooklynat SEED
Funeral Services for Miss Bryan. by local applications, as they cannot
blown entirely off. Alexandria. the San Francisco at
of the
diseased ear.
reach the portions
Lincoln. Neb., Feb. %.Funeral services -
t Bierut and the Machias on her way to There isoniy one way tcure deaf
for Miss Nannie Bryan were held We haT a fall stock orSpauldin2'
SCHAEFER MURDER MYSTERY. Port Said, and the collier Alexander ness, and that is by constitutional
1 this morning at the horn eof her sister remedies. Deafness is caused by an
at Alexandria, have been ordered to & Improved Rose No.4.
Mrs. S. T Allen. The Rev. S. Z.
lining
inflamed condition of tbe mucous
J InvestigatIon Into the Affair Proceeds sail for Culebra to join in the combined
Batten, of the First Christ church, of the Eustachian Tube. When Maine Early Rose.
With Reversed naval about to
I Activity. maneuvers ensue.
J This afternoon this tube is inflamed ha ve a rumbling -
in W. you
I j Bedford, Ind.. Feb. Investigation It is stated in official circles that was charge. and Bliss Triumph.As .

Into thlll Srhiefer____ murder. mvatarv__ it J. Bryan and other members of the sound o"imperfect hearing, .
this withdrawal of the fleet from Turk
---- -- uu ---- n -- wben it is closed Deafness is
entirely ,
. 1 % family, left for Salem, Ill., with the well as other rarieties at lowest market prices. Write for
eedl, today with renewed activity ish waters Is. but temporarily, and at the result, and unless tne intlamma.
Three Indianapolis detectives, including the conclusion of the maneuvers it body where the burial will be in the tion can be taken out and this tube restored quotations, stating number of, bags wanted.

7;I James F. Quigley former chiel will return strongly reinforced and be family cemetery. The funeral service to its normal .condition, bearIng IDEAL POTATO MANURE, $30.00 per ton will make them

.. .. of police of that city, are here today prepared to make a more vigorous at Salem will be conducted by Dr. will be destroyed forever; nine grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil,

at work. demonstration. II. O. Tolands of Davenport, Iowa cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh Seed, Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging. and

Mrs. Johnson who keeps! the boarding formerly a Lincoln pastor. which is nothing but an surfaces.inflamed con Shipping," sent on request. .
dition of the mucous
house where Miss Schaefer took ON LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor

her meals, today received another let TRIAL COLONEL BUTLER. anv case of Deafness ,(caused by WILSON & TOOMEf } FERTILIZER COMPNYJan

ter. It wag dated and mailed from Restricted Business Except In American t I catarrh) that cannot be cured byHall's
Begins on Change of Venue from CIrcuit -: Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars 15 'JACK OXY1LLE FLORIDA. Agent .
\JpdianapolU and saidj- Securities. -,.- .- .
"When I ,\m In Cincinnati. I meant London. Feb. 2.-Bus'tness on the Court of St. Louis. ; free.F. .
Fulton, Ky, Feb. 2.-The trial of J. CHENEY & Co.,Toledo, O. JA8. I.GRAHAM, President. GEO.W.HYDEVlc. Prei
what I said. I am on my way to Mon stock exchange last week was very
Colonel Edward Butler, the millionaire Sold by Druggists,75c.
"
treat Canada. restricted excepting in Americans,

The handwriting and stationery wen i where there was a gain, tba bond politician of St. Louis, on a chargeof Hall's Family Pills are the. best. The First National BankOF

the same as that used in the letter I purchases being on an especially large having bribed 19 members of the McIVER-- and MACIA
witha
house of in connection
received by Mrs. Johnson from, Cincinnati scale. German operators continued to delegates .

Evidently the 'same pencilwas take a large part of the operations. city lighting measur, beg-an today GAINESVILLE.The .

used. Prices during the last part of the week before Judge W.V.. Graves. on a
how charge of venue from the St. Louis jjj: Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
were mostly upward. They were,

Made Two World's Records. ever, somewhat Irregular dependingupon circuit court. Colonel Butler's entire i Capital . . . . . . .. . .., . . .S!oooo 00

Lelpsic. Saxony Feb. 2.-Ernest C the influence ofVall street family including Congressman James Surplus and Undivided Profits. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... ., 20,000 00

Meyer of Madison, Wis., wearing the and reports from the far East. The B. Butler of St. Louis, were presentas FUNERAL Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank in tblf

were also many of his political state. Solicte the accounts of Farmers Merchants Corporations
colors of the University of Wisconsin, foreign market department under apprehensions ,
friends. The court crowd Etc Interest allowed arrangement. All business
of room was by special
made two world's records at the skatIng war was inactive and DIRECTORS.
ed. transacted promptly.
tournament today doing a kilometer depressed. and other sections do not \ LORCashl.r
e-1 7 H. E. TA?
Circuit Attorney olk, of St Louis,
backward In 1 minute, 56U see call for special settlement as the -1- r _ _
with assistant circuit Bishop -
ends, and 2, kilometers forward in 1 week's business was concerned main attorneys Have a full tock of Coffins. Caskets .
and here to conductthe
,
Maroney
minutes and 12 %-5 seconds. ly with the fortnightly settlement. are
. .. trial with the assistance of pros and Burial Outfits. Special given toEmbalming
} The Stars and Stripes were hoisted UtAI'
of ecuting attorney J. II. Murray, of
over the judge's stand and the military DIED AT SWEETHEART'S DOOR. ijil *.ilt.10. '
Boone county. Before selecting a jury
bands played the "Star Spangled
the demurrer filed by Butler to the to Order iI ls a Yeritsbledrsgonof ill-health It leaves
io
Banner" in honor,of the winner. Tragic Fate of Henry Schmidt, Jr;, In more physical wrecks than probabl1 any other Ita P.tb
one d1so
indictment
New York. for bribery by wholesalewas ease. peculiar to Amer1can
taken under consideration by the WHY? imply because upon the 1Irst IDdlcatloa
Cold Wave Chattanooga. New York Feb. 2.-Henry Schmidt of the malady the system il usually scourged wttk
Teniu Feb. 2.-An Unprecedented court quinine,or that deadly mlneral-ealomd.
Chattanooga, Jr., partner in an upholstering firm,
Don It. .
pe Is'
Dan.rous. n 1m" an
cold wave enveloped has dropped dead at the door of his necessary sillier We poDlU yell gUlranteeBERDINE as

Chattanooga and vicinity today. Snow sweetheart's home.In IMPOSING DEMONSTRATION. ERRYSSEEDS -

began falling yesterday morning at 10 his pocket was found a weddingring.
1
clock and has continued since except Schmidt planned to wed Inauguration of Wright and Ide at totnfiiff.rtm.raiurcra, all"toma or HC It II
some Manila. purely J1erbal. Hu all the Ylrtaee..,...........
at. short intervals.. Ice and time ago, but th e wedding did not and c omeI-uoue of UIlr d.is5y .11'_ I'
Manila Feb. 2.-Governor Luke E. MEET correct*all U.er.kll1uJ and""-IIbJea..
sleet cover the streets and snow la take place owing to religious differences. ALL SOoparbattU.McMillan All Druggiats.j .
Wright, and vice Governor C.
now falling. Four inches are record He was determined, however Henry NEEDS
Ide, were inauguarted today. There
ed on Lookout mountain. Trafficon to marry the girl and after several Experience has established it asa -

the railroads Is badly delayed. days called again at her home. was an imposing demonstration including act. bold by all dealers.1904 Seed Yousowlh.y ._;
a brilliant military pageant, about grow.
door he told 'n to all
At the was that she Artnw* postpaid ap-
Against Usurious Money Lenders. 3,000 troops being in line. : !lean tl.
had gone out for a drive with another ,
.New York. Feb. 2.-In th'elr effortsto Alter taking the oath of office Governor D., M. FERhY 4*. CO.
suitor. Schmidt started back and fell o DETROITIIICM.-
stamp out the usurious money lenders Wright delivered his Inaugural _
dead.
doing business here, representatives address. It was a straightforwardspeech Bros
.
-'--
of the district attprneys omca dealing with the most Important -
Addresses Audience.
Dolliver
have held .a secret meeting with. the subjects. Governor Wright in

se'sslons! Springfield, Mass., Feb. 2.-Seiator vlted attention to the
Judges of the court of special : Improvements Southern Copper Works

at which it Is reported to'have been Jonathan P. Dolliver, of Iowa has that had been accomplished in the 4

agreed that hereafter persons found addressed a large audtence here at Philippines under American rule, and Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills ,

guilty of violating the law shall bt the ceremonies attending the anniversary declared his intention of adhering to
.....
t I lent to the penitentiary for one year of the local Young Men's Chris the principles of the Taft aflminlstra-! -e-....
.- tian association. The senator's sub- tion. He urged Americans to establish and General Metal Workers.

Capitalization New Concerns., ject was "Public Virtue In Relation to cordial personal and business relations *

New York. Feb. 2.-The' total authorized Secular Politics," the address being an 'I' with the Filipinos, who must con

capitalization of concernS earnest advocacy of the application of stitute their chief c stomers.In Old Stills.taken in exchange for new ones. Patching .
'r
formed In the eastern states In January Christian principles to every day life. conclusion Governor Wright ask 45O. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

with a capital stock of $1.000,000 ed for the sympathetic co-operation ot wire will receive prompt attention at either of thefollowing

or more. was only $59,508.200. This Escaped from House of Detention. an classes to whom he said were assured works oj

I. compares with $177.930.000 in 1901 Rome, Feb. 2.-Anna Stevens Jackson equal opportunities for advance-

list of states wits of Raleigh. N. C.. who Jan. 15. after ment.
Maine heads the FAYETT VILLE, L. C. SAVANNAH, GA.
i New Jersey second and New Yorl escaping from a house of detention -

: third. was found on the railroad tracks, HELEN POST ON TRIAL. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBIE, AA.. .
3 miles out of Rome, has been placedin -

fOr the insane pending ---- ----- ::
Mississippi asylum -- -- --
-
Town Burned In ; an Charged with Using United States -

$ reenville. Miss. Feb. 2-t're at Hol- inquiries which are being made In the Mails For Fraudulent Purposes. .

building in United States concerning her identity. Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. %.Helen
ROCKYOantaloupeSeeIJ
londale destroyed every DRPPPAIllCHAS.
the town except two dwellings and Wilmans Post, of Seabreeze, Fla.. '

caused a loss estimated at from "Jo Jo," the Dog Faced Man, Dead. was placed on trial in the United

<. The tire started New York. Feb. 2.-Theodore Pe- States court on a charge of using the Saved by C. H. Mathiu. of Young & Mathis, at Rocky Ford, Cola, from
$150.000 to 200000. United States'mail for fraudulent pur E. BLUM COMPANY standard size netted cantaloupes ripened on the vines: aim a limited supply of
In a known
dog-faced man the ,
situated i the by
IB a restaurant troff, Carolinas
I negro Eden and Blue Gum Watermelon seed sved in the from the first
. I row of frame buildings and a high sobriquet of "Jo-Jo," exhibited in most poses. 517and519W.B3ySt.Jacksonville perfectly shaped melons set on the vines. No.seed taken from the end of the
: wind fanned the flames to such i countries of the world is dead here She advertised extensively as a mental melon. .nply to or address

proportions that the volunteer firefighters from pneumonia, says a Herald dispatch science healer and her advocates flat I II. F YOUNG & co or C. H. 3IATHI8,

from Salonica. Turkey. answers thereto were transmitted Few York. BlaekTllle, & C
Its progress.
could not star

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# CARD REPLIES TO JEMRIRIS. A PROBABLE CANDIDATE FOR I 0T REST.On .-xXxxXx- -xXx- -*.XK:- -X'- -Xxx- -! )( -xxx--XXX- -Xx- -XI- -IX'"' F\
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Mr. John H. Beard, a prominent Sunday aftermion all that was It 11

young attorney of Pen !LcoIK, IIRSfiveu The fact that it is generally known mortal of John Edwards was laid XX HIGHEST QUALTY IS OUR MOTTO. il

out the following statement fur that th. present sheriff, Mr. Nuuent, to rest in Greenwood cometery.

publication concerning Governor Jen who is not only a good officer but one The funeral took place in the large u !iI 1 r r

nings' letter to Senator Talinferro: of Marion's staunchest ritz! u*, will parlor ot the Ocala House and was x* ,

"I am not surprised at Gi'v. Jen- not again ask the people for this office, conducted by Rev. Henry W. Little, iT i MARIONxx

ulng'g open letter to Senator Talia- has already paused talk as to a sue wiling the impressive ceremony of the 11 I I !

ferrro. It Is, in my opinion, exceedIngij cessor by thecoimty'sleading po'itical Episcopal church XXi

; weak aud absolutely unfair. lights. The esteem in which the deceasedwas II i B.A ID WARE tIlfu

Gov. JenniDjr*, in this Utter, deniescredit Among those mo t prominently held was shouu by the large 11

to Senator -r"llaferro for tlecur- mentioned for this high and important number that were prwent. XX

lug the 'IndUa war claim,' although office is! Mr. Henry Gordon, Dun- Notwithstanding: the ruin there I I l'' : I

in his message to the Itgialaturi of nellon's able and successful marshal.Mr. were a larger number of carriages COMPANY &

IMS sajs'lhat the Btcuriug of this Gordon in now serving his fourth forming the funeral cortege than was

J claim wm through th. vpleudid ter term. It is not saying too much whenwe ever seen in this ei'y. l T ''ic I

!r? vteesof rlorida'n delegation in con but reiterate what citizens on The beautiful casket was entirely nP HEADQUARTERS FOR !1 '

grew, composed of the Hoiorable every hand say of him that be is a covered with flowers, the loving tri

ti. R. Mallory, Jaa. P. laliaferro, wont exemplary' officer and citizen; bute of sorrowing friends. II 1 n :f fXx

United States senators, and the Him, I th-jt the town ban ntver been so orderly The pall bearers were HtesTt. J.1'. I ELLY100111ELD FENCE :

, <
RobU W. Davis, members of the terms; and that not nary Is his influence Whltesldes, George C. Crow, C. H. I. I FENCE

t bouse of representatives the United great in keeping down lawlessness Perkins,jr., M. G. McCarrcll, Frank 1 '
ss men
l &.attl congress.' Gov. Jennings' but else, that as an officer beis Harris, Dr. Walter Hood and Dr. D. Xx' Absolute efficiency at least '
T expenr. i / t. If
t r opinion in this, aa on all public questions i a skilled detective who has nouperiors M. Smith. nu A practical fence that will ;' a t

t or policies, is formed and con s and few equals in the state. Mr. Edwards' death is a great loss I I positively turn cattle. ,.,,,. i r 4 1 t

l trolled entirely from the standpoint And Mraion county with its numerous to Ocala and he will occupy an important XXif ii gorses hods and 34I'eCx / \I \/ ill f

t of selfish interest. When for selfish phosphate mines and turpentine niche in her history. I I pigs.. A f. ice 2eiaCe I

political ends, he wasted the state to farms needs such a man for sheriff. Speaking of his death the Gaines that is strrurg, 1 ;"

repudiate a just and honest obligation, Mr. Gordon is a property owner and ville Sun pays the following tribute practically everlasting )( t
i sett 1 ia', :
7la a / 'T
be tells the legislature, in his message a man of family-young and active, to his memory: proven

tbat the collection of tnis claim was gallant and brave-and withal a lover "No man in Alachua county WitS 11 thoroughly cfii- 11

'through the splendid services of I. of home for he has one of the cosiestin probably more widely known, as he C, ;1 c u ... U n Xn i r M T. +**xmr'l* *w : ** >" *>* i v 'f
I I EIWOOD FIELD FthCE (STANiMnO STYU MADE If! Six MEIGMTS n s s Ii T
Florida's delegation in congress! the city. Dunnellon would regretto had been a resident and business man every possiblecondition.

Now, when he wants to succeed one give up this officer and citizen! yet, of Gainesville for many years. He x x EVERY ROB OF ELLW980 FENCE IS 6UARAHTEED !
.
of that delegation in the United as his friend, should he desire to g> was a native of Union Spring, Ala., j .xxI

Staled senate, he tells the democratic higher up, the people here would give ;, but had been in Florida for many Xn i I i I If you want your fencing problem: satisfactorily solved, call and see the 1 II ,

people that that member of the dele him their undivided support, for he years, the greater part of which time I I ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you !
can get absolute satisfaction. 1' I'
gallon is entitled to little if any credit would make a strong, vigilant, impartial he spent in Gainesville. x _i
II I I II I 11 11I
for those services. and successful -&hUlfl.-Dun- "Deceased leaves valuable'property, IX '

"Mr. Jennings' selfishness in all nellon Advocate.From both in this city and Ocala. He owns' X I X I \\ e are Ocala Agents for xXi i ;

that he says and does it i further illus Saturday's Daily. the elegant opera house block, with X X !

trated by this letter when he says: Santes-Dumont in the State the buildings in the rear, and only a :

'In this connection I would remind M. Santos-Dumont, the world famous few wetks ago refused a spot cash 1 i "FAVORITE" STOVES & RANGES U : ;

you, and all concerned, that I haveaotaddreesedtheipeopleonwhat aeronaut, a native of Brazil, offer of $17,000 for this property. ] k n I I ic2 I i L Lx
About four he I :
years ago purchased
the but a citizen of Paris, France, was
I I t :
Florida delegation has accomplished. among the visitors in Jacksonville the Ocala House block, one of the I! II ,

I am not a (candidate against the Thursday. Mr. Dumont was accompanied finest brick blocks in interior Florida, : XX XI > :
ii.I I IT( : :
Florida delegation and have not by Burr W. Mclntoeb, The and for the past two years has made

"criticised or alluded to the record of proprietor cf the wellJknown artistic his home at the Ocala House, which I 11 XX The Marion Hardware Company N I : 1-11

any number that delegation other Photographic Magazine New York, hostelry he has owned and managed : I I 1

than your0'a.' and also by J.C. Kay,a correspondent since acquiring the property. I ;

"It is not for the public good; not of the Boston Herald. "Mr. Edwards was a man of uu-I J il 1 OCALA; ''LOEIDA.xyx 11! ;

to enlighten the voters; not to secure The party were on tbdrI&Y tit usual liberality, charitable to a fault, 2* tI

a better United States, senator, but Ormond to attend the automobile and an all-rouud good citizen-a citizen ;1: I I = I
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because he (Jennings) is a meet. In speaking of Mr. Santos of which any community would -xXx- -xXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xX -

candidate against Taliaferro that Dumont Times-Union says: ;I feel proud. In his nature he was ...,

this 'open letter is given to the "Mr. Dumont is a very pleasant public spirited and generous, and no ----

public. Mr. (Jennings is noonly t gentleman, easily approached and deserving person ever asked John F. I
.
selflsb.Ubut he is infatuated.Zsincerely'hope willing to talk. He said that he did Edwards for a favor that it wag not Holiday .
Strauss'
that Senator Talia not bring his famouse eying machine granted-and many times doubly so. i

ferro will accept his invitation for a with him, but that if he had known Deceased is survived by a wife,
;
joint debate. what a "delightful climate be would well known in this city, to whom the

"An investigation of the house I find here be would certainly have sympathy of the community is extended :
"Royal Reserve"Four l
journals for 1893 and:1S95 will disclose arranged to make a number of teats ."

the fact tbat Mr.|Wtlllam 8. Jennings I here before going to tst. Louis, where Governor Jenniofi Mikes Four Important Bring on

baa an exceedingly vulnerable record, he is to enter in the great international Grippe and
'. And I expect to have that Appointment that only --e-- I .,_ \
record i iy in contest of flying machines and Attorney Geuerald J. B. Whltfleld can

the hards of everyiivoter! hefoie the diigible balloons" has been appointed by Governor Jen. nipped in the Full Quarts, Delivered $3.50RtU55'
primary, although 1 -- ,
am not a caudl-
Sucssss of Ocala pings to eucceed'Judge E.C. Maxwell '
date against Mr. Jennings. sa Boy. TROPICAL[ Twelve Full Quarts Delivered
Governor Jennings has appointedMr. on the supreme bench; Hon. Wm. H. $10.00
"To recur* to this letter'IwUh :
'open
.. Ion L., Farris as justice of the Ellis, of Quincy, to succeed Attorney r i I
-
to call attention to this T
paragraph for the tenth General Whitfleld; Mr. Ernest Amos, / -' )
district of
peace justice's
: 'Upon the:showing made by PINEAPPLE[ [
Duval county, to succeed the late auditor to succeed Mr. Ellis and Hon. I
the records:congress I assert that No marks to indicate
fi. '; content of boi.
Judge John F. Cannon. Chas. Parkhill, of Pensacola, to be ; Orders I
after drawing thel! necessary bill and filled same day ag received.
Farris is Ocala judge: of the first judicial district to
Judge
and
an boy
stating the {account, Beuator: Pasco TAft AND WINE(
his friends here learn with pleasure of succeed Judge J. L. Beeves, resigned.Mrs. % $ STRAUSS '
accomplished in the senate duringeoch & CO. :
his appointment to this office.
of five sessions of congress, C. C. Thomas, of Covington, The Great atRAU s BWboIesalc and Retail
In speaking of his appointment the dy backed by Liquor taal.n, i!
prior to your term all that you accomplished Ga., is expected in Ocala on a visit to ,
Jacksonville Times-Union of Sunday a million OCALA.FLORIDA.
as a senator, and that the her uncle and aunt, General and Mrs. ida ;
capital.
built of your accomplishment: was lay : T. D. Lancaster. Mrs. Thomas was aMiss names of the .
,
"Justice Farris, who succeeds Justice
Mr. Pasco's work, adopted by you I Means!, grandaughter of Dr. who compose -
without the change of one cent in Cannon, deceased, has resided in Means, state chemist of Georgia. pany and see if Brick LOTT W.
Jacksonville about three a sufficient JOHNSON !
He s
fie amount,:and that if this is the years. merit.Wm. Lime ,
.
work that came here from Marion county, and -Dealer ia- _
entitles
a man to a seat in -- -- -
the senate that Senator Pasco has built up a very good legal prac- Women as Well as Men Hair I
should s. Jordan Free. Banker
tice. He is highly thought of his Are Made Miserable Chu. Blum Vice PJC& NW[ AND [
by by SECOND'C HAND
have been reelected in 1899.' J.J.Williams, 2d Vice-Pres., Cement MACOI ItERYa[ '
feltew members or the bar, and his man. a
"Does not seem strange from this Kidney Trouble. B.W.Sperry,Treasurer Prop.d'f
paragraph that Senator Taliaferro was appointment will give general satis- Tho D. McMillan.!. A. Dnle, Sec'y Vice-Pres.and MITT. Laths PROPRIETOR OF- zf f

the only one of the Florida delegation faction., He was an applicant for appointment Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis W.Stores C. Yeiser Co. ,Prts.The Metto And THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.
who rendered the 'splendid services to the judgeship of the courages and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor E.turer.E.! West, Capitalist and Locomotives
For
In this matter that Gov. Jenningstells : criminal court of record, when Judge """I ,,'I and cheerfulness soon L. A.Fraleigh Cashier Bask Shingles. Sale aid hu.
v. ;'i disappear when the kid- T.C. Smith. Ass't Cashier Sacoud
I the legislature of in his and Real Hind Rail| bight .
message Doggett resigned. His chances were neys are out of orderor A.H.West Capitalist u. 1.14.
1903? Geo. T.Hodgson General
la
One 72x18 ft high
diseased.
considered Y.Life Ins. Co. prewar return tubular
I good for that boiler
very but
job, ,
"Thls! 'open letter in connection Kidney trouble has D.P.Smith,Tax Collector 25 bore? power on*. lOOborw vn
f the persimmon did not fall his become so prevalentthat H.Ii. McCreary.Editor Daily Ball Automatic engineloneo1Ox:4 PO"1f
with the is way. Tolbtrt
message, a splendid tribute D. B.Thompson.General Office and Skopsn engine, one
to Senator Taliaferro. I believe For the vacancy occasioned by J IIdgeCannon' It Is not uncommon tine Daily Record. 14x16 New York Safety engine, one 12xl Eric City
for a child to be'born Wm. ar 1x24
death J. Bryan County engine one Frank Planer, one 30
there ton
t that if I agreed with all that Gov. have been *afflicted with weak kid- : Wm. A IJvans. eomotiv, and a lot of other boilers Baldwin to- II
I S. A. L. Freight I and
several applicants,and the othere t.1 .nIDM and ,
Jennings says I would support 8 natot will t neys. If the child urin- other machinery on hand.
1r Taliaferro." be surprised to learn that Justice ates too often, if the Try a bottle DttL LAKE
.-- urine scalds the flesh CITY. .
Farris has already beea appointed." or if, whea the child pleased write FLORIDA R
';; Bsttar'Thsa Gold. reaches an age when it should be able to -- /
: sate control the passage it is yet afflicted with pany or any --"' I
.f "I was troubled for several years Big Aaetlsa. bed-wetting,' depend upon it. the cause of above "
with chronic indigestion and nervous The undersigned will sell at public the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first your money REfLECT j M0ME NTat ;
debility," writes F. J. Green, of Lan. auction one car load of fine Jersey step these should be towards the treatment of only by Trop. i
important This
r easier, N. H. "No remedy helped milk cows. Nearly every one with trouble is due to organs.a diseased condition unpleasant of the and sold by all
1.. -i me until I began using Electric Bit. young calves, two or three very fine kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as / Have you decided on the kind o
i r. ten which did me more good than heavy springers. These cows were most people suppose. .' .r t+ fertilizer you are going to use? It's I
,:\: bought for Women as well as men are made miserable -
1. T all tne medicines I ever used. They specially this sale and with kidney and bladder trouble, ,I t not a question of how much but
''h :-:_ ban also kept my wife in excellent must be seen to be appreciated. Make and both need the same great remedy. Q what kind when the ,
I 1 s< R. health for years. She says Electric your arrangements to be with us on The mild and the immediate effect off best resul t
7. Bitten are just splendid for female Saturday, February 6th, in the city o Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold I can be obtained. You can't make a !
l troubles; that they are a grand tonic Ocala, Flu., at the stables of B. A by druggists. in o mistake when you use our high grade
cent and
.t :1., and Invigorator for weak, run down Standley & Co. Hsle: rain or shine sizes. You may one liftY-q fertilizers. 4
4 women. No other medicine can take promptly at 10 a. m. sample bottle by ,
*-t; its place in our family." Try them. 141 ? ,J. W. FEKGCSOX A Co.FOLEYSKIDNEYCUM. free also pamphlet tell- Homo of 8w.mp.Root: Highest cash price paid for dry bone
i OnlyoOc. Satisfaction guaranteed by ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters receive t
3 J:: Antimonopoly drug store and Tyd r from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmei FLORIDA FERTILIZER KFG : DIP ANY 1

i lags &Co. m JI I Make XUtun and Bladder RJaM &mention Co, Binghamton.this paper. N. Y., Is sure anJ J GI18.dl., Fla.ys' t



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I J I OPERATORS AND MINERS. TAX ASSESSORS APPOINTMENTS
DEATHS.
FIREMEN'S HORRIBLE

j DEATH HAS CLAIMED IMPORTANT NAVAL Cotton Must HavePotash

Will Probably Joint Conference Scale Committee at I will be 'a1: the following plae i to ftC *,*
Knoxville Fire Loss returns 01 real and personal ad

:1VlllUAM Reach $350,000. MOV JENTS IN EAST Indianapolis, Ind. I agricultural reports*the law requires property:

l !i WHITNEY Knoxville, Tenn., Feb. 4.-The dead Indianapolis, Feb. Members ol FEBRUARY:; 1904.

the scale committee of the Joint Conference I Kendrick: Monday I a. at.

bodies of Fireman W. J. Maxey and between the operators and I Martin Monday i p. m
Lowell Tuesday :a a. m.
Port Arthur Is Scene of
P WisFormer Secretary of the Ex-Fireman J. J. Dunn, who perishedin i a mine workers of the central competition -I Reddick Tuesday :a p. m.

l:: the conflagration in the business I Active Measures.J J II district are working today with Potash is an essential plant food Central Mcintosh Thursday Wednesday 4 a. m.

United States Navy. little immediate for Flemicgton: Friday j a. m
prospect an agreeinent
I which be added fertilizer
must
district here last night were recov- as .Fairfield Friday s Din. i i
and from widely separated view Shady Grove Monday S a. m. f J
APPENDICITIS WAS THE CAUSE. ered this morning. Both were horribly STRONG RUSSIAN SQUADRON. 'I points. The operators' position was or the soil will Santos Monday 8 p. m. 11

(, mashed, and it was with difficultythat I expressed today by Mr. Robbins, who become exhausted Belleview Pedro (school Tuesday houmjirednesday,]. tea, .. j

DUd While Under Influence cf Ether either was identified.The According to a Dispatch From Vfad- said: as is"IJk Summerfield Wednesday 10 p. m.
immediately beneath Candler Thursday u a. m.
Administered Preparatory to an Op bodies were ivostock the Seoul-Fusan Railroad "We must have a substantial reduction of Ocklawaha Thursday 11 p.m.
\1. L. RDSS I true so East Lake
the entrance of the Friday u a. m.
: in and when the demandsfor
wages
eratlon-Was Surrounded Has Been Occupied by Japanese Weirsdale Friday u p. m.
by Many house indicating cotton
I & Co.'s wholesale grocery \ many Linadale (school house
run-of-njine basis and (tie 7 cents )Saturday it. II U J.

Relatives and Friends. clearly they were emerging Troops-Traffic Interrupted.Port differential are eliminated from this fields.We Moss Drawdv's BlufiTMonday Saturday i5 night.a. m.

from the building just as the upper \ Electra Monday 4 I i
wage controversy the sooner will the 15 p. m.
New York Feb. 4.-\7illiam Collins bringing deathto Arthur Feb. *.-la response to till have books Lynn Tuesday 16 a. m. J ij
floors and roof fell in. and miners of Indiana Ohio '
Japanese war measures, important naval operators givingvaluablede- GrahanmUe Tuesday 16 p. lit.ConDorWcdncsdayI7a.lD. .
WHitney, former secretary of the navy the and complete destruc Illinois and western Pennsylvania get '\
and military movements have been tails about fertilii' Churchill (school house) Thursday lit. _.
died a few minutes after o'clock tion to the building and stock.Maxey's effected here. down to substantial basis on which to en. We will send Kerr City Thursday 18 p, m.

had been crushed, ana Eureka Friday 19 a. m.
yesterday afternoon at his borne 871 skull bring about an agreement or disagree- them fanner who asks for them.
I The Russian squadron, heretofore in free to any us Daisy Friday 19 p. m.
the brains had oozed out, forming a I ment." Ft. ..
McCoy Saturday 20 s.
Fifth avenue. ... .L I the harbor, consisting of the battle- GERHAN KALI WORKS *
beneath him. hOLD men were An early conference of the miners Anthony Monday 22.
He died while under the influence pool ship Retvizen of 12,700 tons; the battleship I New York-98 Nua*.Itreet. .. SparrTuesday 23 a. m.
pinioned to the basement wall, heay today decided to stand by the demands AtUaU,Ga.-StX So.Bred St. Greenwood Tuesday p. n.
of ether administered preparatory to Perezvist, of 12,671 tons; Czar I Citra Wednesday
a. m.
girders and other debris having to be made by them. The operatorsin
a second operation for appendicitis. evitch, of IIJ.GOO: tons; cruiser Smiely Orange Springs Thursday :15 a. lit.
removed and a part of the sidewalk a declaration have abandoned their -- Ocala all of March.
By his bedside were his son, Harry and the battleship Sebastopol, of 10- TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.The The law requires all return to to madt fe*
excavated before they could be taken specific demand for a la cent reduction
per the first of April ALFRED AVKK.
Tayne Whitney and his daughter, Dor 960 tons, have joined the outside fleet 16
out. of the battleship Probieda but insist upon "a substantialreduction" conference of the steel TazAieessorMafloacoa.ty.
othy Whitney, as well as Dr. William consisting company

T. Bull. the chief surgeou in attendanca. Maxey was captain of the West or 12.G7J tons, the Petropaclovisk, of in wages. presidents which was to have been NOTICE.

Knoxville station.A This declaration, it is understood held at Birmingham for the ol
10.9GO tons; Poltava ot: 10,900 tons; purpose
be put on foot was issued by Francis. Robbins, of
movement may
Mr. Whitney was in his 64th the cruiser Diana, of 6,630 tons; Pal- discussing the proposed merger, was
.I year. to the dead men. Plttsburg, and was seconded by H. L IS HEREBY GIVEN Tilt PJ .
Mr. Whitney was taken ill Friday to erect a monument lata, of 6G:J0 torts; Askold, of 6,100 not held owing to illness in the family NOTICE by virtue of a final decree enter*]

mlfht at the The loss is estimated today at from tons; Varyag, of 6,500 tens; the torpedo Chapman, of Ohio; W. S. Bigel of of President Thompson, of the in the cause of William Young spinal StrpbrM
performance ol "Rigolet-
Spraggins pending in the Circuit court ol 'N ;
insured. Indiana and of Illinois.
5oooo. Fully Harry Taylor,
1335,000( to ': Republican Iron and Steel
tON at the Metropolitan opera house. gunboat Bakan of 840 tons and company. Fifth Judicial Circuit ol Florid, (a sad tor
Marion county in chancery on the tjrd day of I
I and had to leave before the opera end- WAGON. the cruiser Boyarin, of 3,200 tons. The This for the time closed discussionof Further interest has been added to December, A. D. 1903, by theUoaorable W .. -
BY
ed. Dr. Walter BOY KILLED last named vessel has just arrived bond in North Caro- Bullock judge of the above styled court. W :
: B. James, the Whitney "Godfrey case, -
the run of mine basis, and the prop- undersigned special master ta chaiccry, appointed
I family physician, was summonedand here from Ch mulpo, Korea, with complete osition lina by the fact that Godfrey was therein to execute laid final decre*.
in
Jesse Todd Run Over and Crushed to adopting it of going back
found that the condition of the patient Lumber Japanese charts of the Korean eight years and bringing Illinois and paid $5,000 by C. C. Jones, from vfll OK Monday the Uh day_' .Vorrfc ...DJ9I'f.
Death Dray.
by between the hours of II o'clock a m. tad
t
coast.In .
was such that, after consultation Atlanta Feb. 4.-Jeese Todd, the 10- Indiana run-of-mine operators up 9 whom the bonds were secured by H o'clockp.m.oI said day in Iron of the *ula
co-seqlf"nce! of the narrow and P. Porte* door of the court in Ocala Marion
of J. P. Todd. of 214 cents a ton to cover concessions then _ _ houe coua-
year-old son --- -
dangerouj entrance at low water it ty. Florida at public outcry olinfor MC aid
I Berean avenue, was run over by a I made. REDDICK *ND FAIRFIELD SPECIAL wiU sell to the highest ADd best bidder for case '
2 o'clock took the narahips three days to get the mortgaged premise ia said final decree ,
lumber wagon shortly after SCHOOL DISTRICT. described follows to-wit: The nil half eS '
.' ---- out of th;! harbor. The accomplishment TRIAL COLUNEL BUILEK.
Tuesday afternoon near the corner of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter
l\\ and of this task is regarded as specIally .1 of section ii.township 15 south of range ti nut.
Woodward and Park avenues, was also northeast quarter ol section 14.towBthlp.r. .
Crushed to death. important owing to the dangerof Indicted on Charge of Bribery at St. ,,'E.voters THIl'NDERSIGN"ED, who pay a tax on real QCALIFED or: personal south of nnge ao.all ia M non coaaty Florid, '

the ships:; being Immured by an ac ( Louis, Mo. proptrtv. will cmthefnt or so much thereof as may be oecnuury to Ml
The little fellow was on his way i>ly said final decree aad cost ol suit

home from school, when he attempted cident in the channel. I Fulton, Mo., Feb. 4.-The court Vomlaym March iSi/4, CARLOS U SIS RfNK, >

The cruiser Djigit of 1,456 tons with room was densely crowded today when prwent this petition to the Board of Public In- ALLBED& DAVIS. Special Master iaChaacvry.solicitors '
to ride on the wagon. In some way struction of Marion county Florida, asking the for Complainant. III ;

he slipped and fell under a rear wheel, the torpedo gunboat Gaidamak of 500 Judge Graves resumed the trial of said board to call an election lor the puprose of

: which passed over his cl&3t. The tons; the sloop of war Zabiyakaof, of Colonel Edward Butler indicted on creatinR a;a Special follows:Tax All School of township District ij to be south.d5uihed NOTICE

wagon was heavily loaded and the full 1,230: tons; four gunboats and the torpedo the charge of bribing members of the runge 21 ra>-t.except west half of section 5 and
the east half of section and all of 6 ,.
weight was upon the boy's body. He flotilla remain inside. Simultaneously St. Louis house of delegates to secure and 24: and sees i. 2. n 23, iz. 13.14. 23 and sections 24 oft ot Application.for Tax Deed Under Sectioaf ,

made no outcry. not even a moan the third brigade/ of Siberian tile passage of a city lighting bill. .wn-hip 13 south range 20 east. Chapter 4S8, Laws ol Florida ,
A. D.Jones,L Dodd D.
Q. B. Matthews R.
escaping his lips. He lived a few rifles and the batteries of artil- The first witness for the state todaywas A. Ycngue A. B. Yongue, A. M. Matthews, W. NOTICE IS HEREBY purchaser: GI'KTHU of Tix Certificate C1w. 1;

minutes alter the accident and diedIn lery started for an unannounced desti- J. K. Murrell, former member Godwin, Wm.C. Murphy. S Smith J.McClochlm. No. 2115 dated the 7th day of Augtul, A. U. -
A.Y. Cook, R. C. F. 5.Duputs. .
a delivery wagon in which he nation from Llao Yang, south of Muk-- of the house of delegates and agent for W. A. Yongue, J. B. Yongue.Vounge. A. G. 1899 and 3rd.city 1900 tax certificate has filed No. said r>3. Ml certificates of-

was being taken to his home. don Altogether, about 9,000 troopj the alleged combine of members in Vongue.A.B. Rou.. 0E.. Yongue,.H.G. Yongue. Sept. in my office and has made applkatioa
\V.\onguf. A. Thomas. G
J D. W.
Rou.
4MJdaL Reese, the negro driver, has been have departed, leaving 10,000 men al I 1S99. He went to Mexico, but was Levertt.S |I. McAteer, G. M. Matt S.W.Yongue. lor said tax certificates deed to issue embrace in accordance the following with law described ,

arrested. and will be tried before the Port Arthur, exclusive of the troops induced to come back to St. Louis and jr I.?H.S.Carter.W. Yongue.James sr.Bracewtll. I...E. Scott, W., H.R Sherouse H. Scott, property situated in Marion county..

recorder this afternoon at 2:30:: p. m. manning the fortifications.Tte I turn state's evidence. )Ir. Murrell T.J.Davison.JU. Robinson, C. M. Carn, BY. Florida southwest ta-wit quarter: or noulhwnt quarter wo ,
\\iison, K. A Boyd B. S. Darasby.. W, H.
I those indicted on the tiod ,township io range n. and curnmenctaf
was 30
arrivals of Japanese coal have among Bishop s. I. Fritz J. W. Wilson. J. C. Dupree. j
2 chains east of northeast" corner of lot jiCald
WILLIAM c. WHITSET.a MAJOR FRENCH IS APPOINTED. been stopped. charge of bribery. 1113 appearancebn J. N. sheely.w.D Bobbitt.j. M. Sherouse, B. 4; well's ad Ocala thence fast 6g chain seem
operation decided and P. Hall L M. Sherouse, W. 5!. Sherouse.
was upon, W. S. .
the stand created considerable interest 3.38 chains west :a 69 chains north J 31 chains
In consequence of the military authorities Stonman. II. P. Billmgsley Z. A. McClacon.
The said land being assessed at the date ol ta*
Dr.
was performed by Dull. The
patient Georgia State Troops To Be Inspectedby monopolizing the use of among those in the oourt room. Isom Johnson.J. J. Mett ows. G W. L. Den- issuance of such certificates ia the name of
; rallied so well that It was fully Officers. ham, \V. F. Pullman, J. H. BillinRsley, V. S. Ellen Williams Iud Estate of Cbarle Wood
ll S.
Army the railroad the latter l has declined to Anthony, R. w. McAnley E. D. Rou, R. N. ward. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
believed he would recover. Atlanta, Feb.4.' -Major T. H. Frencof transport any mor a commercial PAUL STERN SUICIDED. Johnson WY. p. ood.P., R M.B.Fife. I,,S. Light, Jake Leitner. according to law. tax deed will .hose thcrcov.
Unngston M.
Septicaemia was the immediaU McGeehee. the 1st of March.A.
infantry on day 0.19114.
the Sixteenth United States "- S.
H
Davenport ,
freight. I J. Hendoix D. S. Grover. Witness official signature and teal Ibis
cause of death. A semi-official account has been detailed by Major General The telegraph companies decline to Fled From Germany on Account cf Ceo.E. C.Gladney.!.L Long. J. E.Spencer, W. M. ShocVley., the 25th day my 01 January.A.D. 1904.

of his last hours is to the effect H. C. Corbin, commanding the Fighting a Duel. < S. T SlaTRUNK,
accept any mora press or private messages I 29 Clerk Circuit Couit )Mario Co. FU,
that the toxin which produced division of the Atlantic, to inspect the SanAntonio Tex., Feb. 4.-It ha'
so they have to Be handled via CENTRAL SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT -
peritonitis following the operation for Georgia state troops. developed that Paul Stern, who committed

appendicitis gradually spread through Major French received the order Che Foo. I suicide in a cheap lodging NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Forty-eight hours Quarantine has TIlE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS AND
the tissues of the body until it reached direct from General Corbin and reported house here Monday night, fled from WE tax payers of the following described
been ordered Che Foo
the brain cells, when there wasr'l' at once to the office of Adjutant against on account home two years ago on account of territory will on Department of the Interior, Land Office at
of smallpoxThe First 31uda(in March Gainesville Fla..Jaa.151904.
paralysis and death. General S.V.. Harris. Colonel William authorities declare the and having fought a duel while a lieutenant present to the board of public instruction of IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE

The physicians had concluded to (I. Obear. inspector general of navy in the German army. Marion county,Florida,this petition asking the NOTICE settler has filed notice of hit
t military dispositions should be regarded said board to call an election lor the purpose of intention to make final proof in support o< hu
open the superficial wound and exam- state troops, had already made out He was-of a wealthy Jewish familyof creating a special tax school district to be claim, and that said proof wtl be made before
Major French. he will start out next as precautionary net as offensive knuwn as I he Central Special Tax; School District cjerk circuit court at Ocala, Pta, oa
Inc the from which the valuable
# area pus was Port Arthur Is quiet. Berlin, and recently pawned ,the above said district to include the following -
Martk 5/A, /0o4.
.
absorbed by the drain inserted after Monday, Feb. 8.TRAGEDY diamonds here in order to makea described territory: Commencing at
nor.heas:corner of section 5, township 12, range viz: Elijah L. Ferguson.of Blitchloa. Via. 114.
the operation. It was Impossible to Barracks.St. trip to Mexico. He returned Monday \ 20 OD Alachua county line. Running west to the 2752. for the south ballot northwest quartet
IN ALABAMA. Japanese Building Levy county line. Thence" south along Levy section 30 township ij south range M ea L
make this examination without is said to have
puttingthe He
funds. !
Petersburg, Feb. 4.-The Seoul- without county line, to south boundry of Arredondo He names the following witnesses (o to prove
patient under the influence of an speculated heavily in Mexican gold Grant line.: Thence east to southeast corner ol his continuous residence upon and cnttivaUea
Farmer Suicides. Wife Found Brained Fusan railroad has bees occupied ty section N, township 13,range 20. Thence north of said land.vii:
anaesthetic on account of'' the great Japanese troops according to a mines. to point ol beginning. I Dr.5. H. Blitch,Wiley J. Willis George II,

pain. Ether was admlnistewd, the With an Ax. dil'\\ He left letters to William and Arthur R. D Zetrouer.J. R, Zetrouer, T. F. Brnton, Richard and John W. ioutter all of Bliuhtoa.
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 4.-A special, patch from Vladlvostock, which H. M. Sherouse,J. s. Dunning. J c. Zetrouer I Fla. W, G, UOBINAOM: ,
wound was opened and the lower part that the Japanese have taken he. Stern, of Schroevln and Dresden B. J. Simmons V. P. Smith,C. )1. Smith L. M. ; 1-29 RcjisteT.NOTICE .
examined. Before the examination from Henceville says that J. W. Hodges Ill-health his reasons for bmith. W. T. Tiylcr. J. F. Hogan, I). R. Dunn ; .
a farmer aged 60, residing near guns to :Seoul for the protection of giving u J. L. Beck... fc,_, i z_ :25
was concluded it was noticed that Mr. suicide.
Duck River church, in the southern their legation and that they are build
Whitney was linking. The administration NOTICEU
part of Culuan county, was found ing barracks for the accommodationof Former Postmaster General Weds.
of ether was immediately stop- Notice Application lor Tax teed rider Sec
dead in his barn yesterday cavalry. London Feb. 4.-Thomas L. I
hanging James
of Florida.
of Laws
lion 8 Chapter 4888
peu. oat oeiore its effects could wear S. District Court.Southern District of FlorIda ,
while in the house in bed was found formerly postmaster general of the
elf he was dead. SS. In Re Selwyn E. Rowe.-BaikrupU IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the dead body of his wife.' Tension Reaches Climax. United States, was married in Shakespeare's In the Matter of Petition.for Final Discharge. NOTICE.! and Tiller purchaser of Tea
Payne Whitney, the second son ofkis Certificate No. dated the 4th day of April
Tokio, Feb. 4.-Events today iadi- 1171
wife, daughter of Secretary of The woman, who had been ill fo church at Stratford-on-Avon ON .THIS THE Sth. DAY OF JANUARY A. A. D. 1898,ha filed said certificate ia my office
cate that the prolonged tension bllreacht'd 1904 on reading the foregoing petition. and made lor tax deed to issue ia
to Edith application
time had been brained with daughter of Alderman
some a Coi-
it ordered the
.tate Hay, arrived.from Georgia a few is by court that a hearing be had accordance with law. Said certificate embrace
blunt instrument. a climax. The Marquis Ite, bourne, of Stratford-on-Avon. Numerous upoj the same on thei1h the following described property, aitaated ta

fceurs two late. Hodges was deeply in debt, and it president of the privy council, wai relatives and friends were present day of ftbruair, A. D. 7004 Marion county. .Florida to-wit:
Mrs. Almech Hughes Paget. the elder summoned from the country duringthe before said court at Tampa, in said district at South half of south half section t, towatktp
is said his creditors were pressinghim. ten o'clock in the forenoon and that notice 15 tange n.
daughter, who: has been living for night, and today the emperor received thereof be published in the ''Banner," a news- The said land being assessed at the date of
several In London is printed in said district, and that all the issuance of such certificate ia the aame of
years reported caper
him at council the elder Girl Burned. .
a of Valdosta Fatally
shall be
This is believed to have mentally known creditors and other persons in interest Unknown.' Unless said certiicate redeemed
to have sailed, and it is said the family statesmen, which was held at tke wai Valdosta, Ga., Feb. 4.-Miss Mar may appear at the said time and place and according to law. tax deed will i* k*
unbalanced him, and led him to surfer thereon on the i6tb day of Febnury A.0.190*.
will if possible, delay the fuaeraJ.until his wife and commit suicide. minister's, and three admirals. The Hancock, a young woman living at show the cause said petitioner If any they should have not, why be granted.And the prayerof Witness my official signature and seal this Ike

she arrives. highest officials made no pretense of Remerton. 2 miles north of this city, it is further ordered by the court that the lithdayvf January A. 0,1904.S.. T.SISTRCNC..
clerk shall send mail to ail known creditors
.q Muoh interest Is attached to the efIet TIDAL WAVE SWEEPS COAST. concealment of their exasperation at was terribly burned while attempting notice of said petition by and this order addressed 115 Clerk Circuit Court Uanoa Co. Fla..
:
V..t of Mr. Whitney's death upen turf the tardiness of the Russian reply. An to kindle a fire with kerosene oil. She to them at their places of sidences as stated. -
Witness the Hon. W. Locke. of
James lodge
Interests, which were to have been Many Fishing Boats Wrecked and Occupants unofficial dispatch yesterday said the poured the oil into the stove. It the said court, and the seal thereof:at Jacksonville NOTICE

t wider the coming season than ever. Russian decision means war. blazed up and ignited kef drm, on in said district, on the 28th day of January
Drowned. A.I> W.LOCKK
1904. JAMES ,
Under rule 61 of the Rules ef Racial which some of the oil was spattered.Her A true copy. Judge.. REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING QV

.\, all his entries for this year'sstake Brest, France, Feb. 4.-A tidal wave SITUATION AT '$EOei.'= .. clothing was burned from hei Attest: E. O. LOCKE, Clerk.NOTICE THE Phosphate stockholder Company will of be the held Ouaeelloa at lb*

swept the coast of Penmarch, department inflicting probably fatal in of the ia Rockwell
except the Produce stakes, ano person office company
of Finistere, last night. Marion county. Florida,on Tuesday, February
Native Disturbances Still Continue juries. Miss Hancock is about li
foal nominations
which were
events to i6th, root, at 12 o'clock noon.
) Nearly al of that part of the com Throughout the Country. years old, and a daughter of Martin' RALPH SARIt.It.I. .
.
r made are null and void, unless a transfer Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section
munity of St. Penmarch is under water Hancock of Tifton Ga. .22. SecretaryNOTICE ___
New York, Feb. 4.-The situation i It ,
;'
of the same was made at the last Chapter 4SS3 Laws of Florida. --

I moment. If not it is said that 9& many of the fish-boats wreckedand quiet here but native disturbances 'VTOTICHIS- HEREBY GIVEN THATC. J.
:
some of the occupants were Bold Robbery In Chicago. Jl.'i McCraney, purchaser of tax certificateNo.
per cent of the entries made by Mr.Vhtny throughout the country are continued 2212.: dated the 5th day of April A.D.z3 .
of Chicago Feb. 4.-Wnile a dozen
t. drowned. An immense amount cables the Herald's correspondent at ,2, hasSled said certificate! in my office, and
will be thrown out thereby ANNUAL MEETING OF
terrified waitresses in a woman's res has made application far tax deed to issue in 'rHE REGULAR
done. People living
the value of the damages was Seoul. The efforts of the government accordance with law. Said certificate embracesthe stockholders of the Port I IngU Tenataat ;
\ depreciating -
greatly near the shore were obliged to flee taurant at 153 Michigan avenue shrieked .. .;. following described property situated in Company will be held at the ome of the coat
are concentrated ,
fl many thoroughbreds heavily engaged. their houses. upon obtaining recognition and fled from the leveled'" revolvers t Marion_ county,Florida,to-wit: pany.in Rockwell, ,Manon L. county, Florida.... ".
from from the Dowers of the neu u. .L.h Tuesday, reoruary loin, 1904. ai one o OOCK
the stable souineasi quarter 01 souineasi quarter 01
of --- -- -
As to the disposition no- : :
of two hold-upfjfien, Miss N E.S'umner section 27,township iT, range 25. p.m.
trality of Korea, believing that the RALPH BARKER
In authority will talk. nolice (The said land being assessed at the date of
body CONTEST FOR HOME: RUL.Ns the cashier t\ fforts ,
resisted Secretary
,
of neutrality will lead to a treaty tfce.lssuance ot such certificate in the name of 122 jt
of a third thief to!open;the cash register. .Cnkndwn. Cnless said certificate shall -
Stock.New with other nations guaranteeing Ko-- <" W redeemed according to law. tax deed will
Fall In Metropolitan NOTICE
Such Alternative Poli
Thing as The cashierhowever WBJorcediat
rea's permanent Independence under issue thereon on the fcth day of March, A. D.
York. Feb. 4.There was a fall cy" Declares Redmond. '/ ; thepoii&of' a rev01yef.inc 1904
conditions similar to those protecting Witness official signature and seal this the
.f 114 in Metropolitan Street railway London Feb. 4. "For the Irish hIe' my GIVEN THAT THE
par- repeated., olows to gi/eiup. / dally 2nd day of February A. D.19(14.! NOTICE IS HEREBY
aid
Switzerland.For .
Belgium aDd executrix,
of the death of W. a* executor
bock on account ty there is no such thing as alternative caused by her struggle ..trightenecti S.T. SISTRUXK DUB ..- -
: of F. ;
respectively Ihe estate John
Circuit Pla -
this purpose the newly appointed 25 Clerk C urt,Marion Co. .
C. Whitney at the opening on the policy to home rule,"' declared
1-I 8Uck Exchange today, and the general John Redmond, the leader of the Irish minister to China leaves immedi I only the mon i \pf the register, J.Side Court House. A. D. ****.
unsettled and somewhat ately fer Pfkin t. obtain a special] apply to the county judge of War oa matv, ;
: market was parliamentary party in the house of amounting to on "*bout $90. Over Flonda, at Ocala, Fla. for the purpo** *f nuking '
Korea is
1 Irregular, with small declines predom- commons today as: he rei>v.mtxl the debate treaty. BOW arrangiBg to $200 in. bills had been placed.pn the;; : final settlement their account aid Mf
'
send her most competent officials to final discharge. ,
inating. Renewed uneasiness over on the address in reply to the desk near by but had been sweptto;i HG.DtNN.

/ the war outlook was a factor in tha speech from the throne. other countries for the same purpose. the floor by Miss Sumner, where ill ECIAL SOLE SEWII I < W. A. HOCKEft Executor.: m -

f Bnsettlencat.Shrlner Mr. Redmond proceeded in a speech Believed Soldier Cemmitted Suicide. was found after the robbery. MISS' ALICE E.E.xecutniLi LAW, .:'

'- of great length to detail the various New York Feb. 4.-With the burialIn Sumner notified the police of the rob- IHS -.,-

Go to Milledgeville. grievances of Ireland, incidentally In- Cyprefs Hill cemetery of Private bery by telephone and when they arrived OF APPLICATION I-OR FiNAL

I! Macon Ga.. Feb. 4.-Macon Yaarabs forming the Liberals that it was a delusion Frank Smith, of the Ninety-eighth bat was assisting In caring for several blue a large number of Sewing SETTLEMENT NOTICE AND FINAL DISCHARGE.

190 strong will journey over the hot '-iomebsit_ little-lliat we Mill ('Ie:
to suppose they could count on tery, U. S. A., there has been revealed of the girls who were hystericalfrom

I- sands today for Milledgeville, where Irish support by promising an alternative a straige story of his death Monday fright NOTICECF FINAL DISCHARGE. IS HEREBY GIVEN TfAT THK
r"t they will assemble for services called NOTICE executor ol the ,- ? aa4
policy to home rule. Became ta the Fort Htrailtoa military reser A.COLE deced. wlflthe -
Potentate Forrest Adair, of Allan testament JOHN
by Macoa nobles are confident ol the Irish obtained a valuable act last vation. Smith's comrades declare that Bryan's VTilt Delayed. ( N THE 4TH DAY OF ACCCST 1904 THE i&th tail of Fdmatf fo' 1904.

ta. year remedying some of the evils of he put an end to his life because he Birmingham, 7eb. 4.-Hon. William ._, undersigned will present her accounts and make real settlement of his a IIt1..4 pplf
carrying equally as large a crowd as vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge for fit -Uscharge. SucH bar eettiewrt sad
from the Capital City. Macon past government, some persons seem was" ordered! to do duty by a major Jennings Bryan's visit to this city hu and ask toT a final settlement and discharge as applicat n to be made to tK waty Judge of

that here and ed to think that the Irish question was general when he was sick and unfit to been postponed on account of the administratrix of the estatof Julia P. Johnson Marion co'f..at 0caIa. Fl,". .....
will join Atlanta's delegation deceased this 4th day of February 1904. 8 2S 6m IDDPLf.
a special train will carry them Into shelved, but no concession could weaken work. The officers decline to discus death of his sister. Jobs W. Tom- FRANCES A. HOWSE. D. A. MILLER.

t Milledgevllle on schedule time. About the demand for self-government On the case. Smith's death, it is alleg llnson who expected to entertain him, 2 5 tern 6m Administratrix. -, --.. < ----- .-

-: :o novices from Macon will take the the contrary, every concession they ed. has brought to light cases of ill- !said this morning that he was now

shrine who, together with the Atlanta hal obtained or might obtain, will be treatment of sick soldiers at the reservation sxpeeted, about the 14th, and will givea I I FOLEYSIIONEYANDTAR4to. FOtEYMfliEYCIJEMakes

novices, will for the merriest group I used for the furtherance of the con- and an investigation is being lecture for the benefit of the free cough and heals lung* XldD's aDd Bladder RI&

which has made the trip recently. test for home rule. conducted by board of inquiry. kind r8rt@n.

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DEATHS. 1 I f OPERATORS AND MINERS. ASSESSORS APPOINTMENTS.
FIREMEN'S HORRIBLE I II

: DEATH HAS CLAIMED IMPORTANT NAVAL Cotton Must Have

Joint Conference Scale Committee at I will be a. the following plae s to recei*
Knoxville Fire Loss Will Probably returns ot real and personal property ..!
I Indianapolis, Ind. I agricultural reports as the law requires:
Reach $350,000. MOV.MENTSINEASTPort
: : / Indianapolis Feb. Members of Potash. FEBRUARY: 1904,
WILLIAMJWHITNErWisFormer The dead
Feb. 4.-
Knoxville Tenn., the scale committee of the joint con- Kendrick Monday i a. m.

t bodies of Fireman W. J. Maxey and ference between the operators and i I Martin Monday i p. m
LoweliTueadsya. m.
of
Arthur Is Scene
a
, : Secretary of the Ex-Firemaa J. J. Dunn, who perishei mine workers of the central competition -' Reddick Mcintosh Tuesday 2 p. m.

In the conflagration in the business Active Measures. 'i district are working today with Potash is an essential plant food Central Thursday Wednesday 4 a. m.

United States Navy. little immediate prospect for an agree- which must be added as a fertilizer Flemicgton Friday j a. m.
district here last night, were recovered FairBeld Friday 5 p. m.
ment and from widely separated view- Shady Grove Monday 8 a. m.
'. Both were horri STRONG RUSSIAN SQUADRON. *, or the soil will Santos Monday 8
; APPENDICITIS WAS THE CAUSE. this morning. points. The operators' position was p. m.
Belleview Tuesday .
S bly mashed, and it was with difficulty expressed today by Mr. Robbins, who become exhausted Pedro (school houlc\\"edaesdaYI.9 a. m.Summerfield .

Died Whilo Under Influence cf Ether Hat either was identt1ed.The According to a Dispatch From Vlad- \ said: as is Candler Wednesday: to p. m.
Thursday II a. m.
be-
I Administered Preparatory to an bodies: were immediately ivostock the Seoul-Fusan Railroad "We must have a substantial reduc- of Ocklawaba Thursday 11 p.m.
! Operation I Iij.4 true so
L. Rosa East Lake Friday
I neath the entrance of the M. tion in wages and when the demandsfor Weirsdale u a. m.
Has Been Friday it m.
Occupied by Japanese p.
1 j -Was Surrounded by Many & Co.'s wholesale grocery house, indicating I run-of-ffline basis and the 7 cents many cottonfields. Linadale (school house) Saturday II to J.

; :i Relatives and Friendi.J.j clearly they were emergingfrom Troops-Traffic Interrupted.Port differential are eliminated from this Moss Drawdv's Bluff Saturday Monday 15 night.a. m.
{
! the building just as the upper wage controversy, the sooner will the I : Electra Monday 15 p. m. "
New York Feb. ".-\ illiam Collins deathto Arthur, Feb. *.-In response to We have books Lynn Tuesday i6 a. m.
I floors and roof fell in, bringing operators and miners of Indiana, Ohio J Crahamnlle Tuesday 16 p. m.
Japanese war measures, important natal l givngvaluabiede-
I Whitney, former secretary of the navy the and complete destruction Illinois and western Pennsylvania get Connor Wednesday 17 a.m.
i and military movements have been D\\ tail about fertiliz Churchill (school house) Thursday a. ..

I t' died a few minutes after o'clock to the building and stock.Maxey's effected here. down to substantial basis on which to ers. We win send Kerr City Thursday 18 p m.

! yesterday afternoon at his home 871 skull had been crushed, ano The Russian squadron, heretofore in bring about an agreement or disagree- them free to any farmer who asks us for them. Daisy Eureka Fnday Friday 19 19 p.a.m.m. 1

I Ii the brains had oozed out, torming a ment" Ft. McCoy Saturday :ICI a. ..
i Fifth avenue. the harbor, consisting of the battleship GERHAN KALI WORKS. Anthony Monday aa. ,
. beneath him. Both men were An early conference of the miners
He died while under the influenoaol pool Ketvizen of 12.7UO tons; the bat New T.rk-III >uu Street, ..rAtla. SparrTuesd.sya3a.m, "!
pinioned to the basement wall, heacTgirders today decided to stand by the demands .... C.-Ui) So.Brad St. Greenwood Tuesday *j p. IB. t
ether administered preparatory to tleship Pere/vist, of 12,674 tons; Czar- Citra Wednesday 24 a. m. t
debris having to be made them. The _
a second operation for appendicitis. and other evitch, of 1U.600: tons; cruiser Smielyand by operatorsin Orange Springs Thursday 25 a. m.
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all of
Ocala
removed and a part of the sidewalk a declaration have abandoned their March. j
the Sebastopol of 10- TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.The The law M made
By his bedside were his son, Harry battleship requires all returns to by
excavated before they could be taken specific demand for a 1'per cent reduction the first of April ALFRED AYKK.
I'ayne Whitney! and his daughter, Dorothy SCO tons, have joined the outside fleet 1 5 Tax Assessor Marion Couity
but insist "a substantialreduction"
out. upon conference of the steel
Whitney, as well as Dr. WilliamT. consisting of the battleship Probieda, compa J
Maxey was captain of the West in wages. presidents which to have been
ny was
Bull the chief surgeon in attendance. I ot 12.074 tons, the Petropaclovisk, of NOTICE. '"
I Knoxville station.A : 10,960 tons; Poltava, ot 10,960 tons; This declaration, it is understood, held at Birmingham for the purpose oi ;

movement may be put on foot was issued by Francis 1* Robbins, of discussing the 1
proposed was
the cruiser Diana, of 6,630 tons; Pal- merger,
Mr. Whitney was In his 64th year. i IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT C& |j
the dead men. Pittsburg, and was seconded by H. L
to erect a monument to not held, owing to illness in the family NOTICE 4
Mr. Whitney was taken ill Friday lata of 6,030 torft; Askold. of 6,100 by virtue of a final decree cateredin
estimated today at from Chapman, of Ohio; W. S. Bigel, of the ot William
The loss is of President Thompson, of tHe cause Young spinal Strobe* J
tons of tons the tor
: light at the performance ot -Rigolet- ; Varyag, 6,500 ; Spraggtns pending in the Circuit Court oi the 1
Indiana of Illinois.
and
insured. Harry Taylor
to J350.000.; Fully I Republican Iron and Steel
to" at the 335,000 pedo gunboat Bakaa of 840 tons and company. Fifth Judicial Circuit oi Florida ia and lor
i Metropolitan opera house I Marion county.in chancery,on the 2jrd day of
the cruiser Boyarm of 3,200 tons. The Further interest has been added to December D. HoBorable ..
and had to leave before the opera end- This for the time closed discussionof A. 1903 by W
BY WAGON.
BOY KILLED of the above
.d. Dr. Walter B. James the \Yhltn last named vessel has just arrived "Godfrey bond case," In North Carolina Builockjudge styled court. the
the run of mine basis, and the prop- undersigned special master in chancery. appointed -
I ey family physician, was summoned here from Chsmulpo, Korea, with complete by tbe fact that Godfrey was therein to execute said final decree i
Over and Crushed to ositfon in adopting it of going back
; and found that the condition of the patient Jesse Todd Run Lumber Dray. Japane3e charts of the Korean eight years and bringing Illinois and paid $5,000 by C. C. Jones, from triH, on Monday Uh day f )(Mf" .t.DJ9t't. 1
Death by between the hour of II o'clock a. stand t J
was such that, after consultation, Atlanta Feb. ".Jesse Todd, the 10- coast.In Indiana run-of-mine operators up 9 whom the bonds were secured by H o'chxkp.m.ot saidday. front of the ovlk

.1 consequence of the narrow and P. Dnrtr" _ _ door of the court house in Ocala. Manoa enea-
Todd of 214 cents a ton to cover concessions then ,
year-old son of J. P. ----- i ty Florida, at public outcry,otter for tale sad
J
entrance at low water it
run over by a dangerottj I made. will sell to the highest and best bidder lor cash
Barean avenue, vas REDDICK AND FAIRFIELD SPECIAL
!! I took the warships: three days to get the mortgaged premises in said final decree r
lumber wagon shortly after 2 o'clock I SCHOOL DISTRICT. described as follows, to-wit: The east half ol
out of th_- harbor. The accomplishment TRIAL COLONEL t3u I LEH.
"tt Tuesday afternoon near the corner of : the southeast quarter of the northwest quarterof
of this task Is regarded as section n.township 15 south of rUle 21 esjt i
fI Woodward and Park avenues, and was specially also northeast quarter ol section 14.townshIp 17

.rushed to death. important owing to the dangerof Indicted on Charge of Bribery at St : \" E.,voters THE wbo UNDERSIGNED pay a tax on real QCAUFED or personal south of range 20,all in Marion county, Florida '
or so much thereof as be U MlL'ty -
may oecrswry
the ships being inmured by an Louis, Mo. will
The little fellow was on his way property ou said final decree and cost oi suit

t school when he attemptedto cident in the channel. aC'1. Fulton. Mo., Feb. ".-The court the Sr>< Voiulay in .Vurcft I'Jm, CARLOS I.. SIS tRUNK, >
home from ,
( The cruiser Djigit of 1,456 tons room was densely crowded today when present this petition to the Board of Public! Instruction ALLBEO& DAVIS special Master in Chancery
J :
ride on the wagon. In some way of Marion county, Florida asking the solicitors for Complainant. I Jl

he slipped and fell under a rear wheel, the torpedo gunboat Gaidamak of 500 Judge Graves resumed the trial of said board to call an election lor the puprose of is
cieatiti a Special Tax School District to be de-
tons the sloop of war Zablyakaof of Colonel Edward Butler indicted on ?
which passed over his clrest. The ; Mrilted as follows: All of township 13 south. NOTICE

i was heavily loaded and the full 1,230 tons: four gunboats and the torpedo the charge of bribing members of the6t. r nge 21 ra -except west haifof section 5 and
wagon
the cast half of section and all of 6
sections
23.
s, weight was upon the boy's body. He flotilla remain inside. Simultaneously Louis house of delegates to secure and 24; and secs 1.2, it, 12, 13. 14. 23 and 24 oft o! Aophcation for Tax Deed Cader Section Sot

made no outcry, not even a moan the third brigade of Siberian the passage of a city lighting bill. wnhip 13 south range 20 east.A. Chapter 4SSS, Law ol Florida 1
ii D. .
Jones L Q. Dodd. D. B. Matthews. R.
I escaping his lips. lie lived a few rifles and the batteries of artillery The first witness for the state todaywas A. Yongue. A. B. Yonguei A. M. Matthews. W. NOTICE IS: HEREBY purchaser GIVEV of Tax THAT Certificate Ckaa

d4 minutes alter the accident and diedin started for an unannounced destination J. K. Murrell, former memberof L. Godwin, Wm. C. Murphy.E S. Smith, A. J. No. 2115. dated the Tib day of August A. I).

I i a delivery wagon in which he from Liao Yang, south of Muk- the house of delegates and agent for Uupuis McClochlm W., A.A.M.Yongue Cook,, J.R. B.C. Yongue.Vounge. A.F. G.S. Sept.1899 and 3rd.city 1900 tax, certificate ha* filed No. said J. ;. ..le certificates ot- ;j

home. the alleged combine of members In Yongue. A.B. Rou. b'. E. Yongue,H.G. Yongue. in and has made
was being taken to his don. Altogether, about 9,000 troopj A. W. YoDgu.. J A. Thomas G D Ron. W. my office. application 'i'.
in accordance
deed issue with law
lor to
Reese, the nero driver, has been have departed, leaving 10,000 men al 1399. lie went to Mexico, but was levertt.S I. McAteer.G. M. Matt..S.W.Yongue said tax certificates embrace the following described -;

arrested, and will be tried before the Port Arthur, exclusive of the troops Induced to come back to St Louis and jr"[. H.8.Carter.W. Yongue.James sr.Bracewell. L.E. Scott., W. H.R Sherouse H. Scott., property situated in Marine county, }

recorder this afternoon at 2:30 p. m. manning the fortifications.The I turn Mate's evidence. :'Ilr.Iurren T. T. Davixm.' T. M Robin..n.L' Cam R Florida,,_...L_towifZ3UUIHWC&1__' _.:.....__ ..r ._...,,_ _"... -?_
lU 11C! W* VUIUWCT.I IfnallCT cv 4-
4 : P. Wilson, R A iloyd--B.-S. D mb'v" H:
was those indicted on the tiod 30,township 16. range u, and cwmaieacua
arrivals of Japanese coal have among Bishop. S. L. Fritz J. W. Wilson. J. C. Dupree
I 2.95 chains east of northeut corner of lot ji
I WILLIAM c. WHITXEY MAJOR FRENCH IS APPOINTED. been stopped.In charge of bribery. His appearance J. N. bheely.W. Bobbin, J. M. She rouse. B. Caldwell's ad Ocala thence fast 1.69 chain_U | j
I an operation was deemed upon and bn the stand created considerable interest P. Hall, L M. Sherouse, W. M. Sherouse. W. S. 3.38 chains west 2.69 chains north 3 31 cbatna. \
of the Stonmac, H. P.
consequence military authorities Btllingsley, Z. A. McClacon.
Tbe said land being assessed at the date ol UM
was performed by Dr. Bull. The patient Georgia State Troops To Be Inspected monopolizing the use of among those In the court room. Isora Johnson. J. J. Meadows GV.. L. Den- issuance of such certificate ia the names 0( i
: rallied so well that it was fully ham. W. F. Pullman J. H. Billmesley. V. S. Ellen Williams and Estate ot Charles Woo4-
by U. S. Army Officers. the railroad, the latter Has declined to Anthony. R. W. McAnley. E. D. Rou R. N. ward. Unless aid certificate shall beredetinid
believed he would recover. Atlanta, !-'e!).'4.-Major T. II. Frencof PAUL STERN SUICIDED. Johnson. R. M. Fife. L.S. Light, Jake Leitner. according 10 law tax deed will fame thvrcod
mor e commercial
transport any W. p. Wood.P. B.
Livingston S. M. McGeehee
,I Septicaemia was the immediaU the Sixteenth United States Infan- S. on the 1st day of March, A. D. t9'4.
freight. I Davenport. J. H, Hendoiz D. S. Grover Witness official signature and seal Ibis

cause of death. A semi-official account try, has been detailed by Major Gen- The telegraph companies decline to Fled From Germany on Account of Geo.E. C.M.Gladney Long., J. K. Spencer, W. M. Shockley. the 25th day my ot January. A.D. 190.

of his last hours is to the effct eral H. C. Corbin, commanding the Fighting a Duel. 15 S. T SlsTtCNK.
accept any mora press or private messages I 29 Clerk Circuit Contt Marion Co. Kta
that the toxin which produced division of the Atlantic, to inspect the SanAntonio, Tex., Feb. 4.-It ha' .
so they have to Ca handled via CENTRAL SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICTWE -
peritonitis following the operation for Georgia state troops.! developed" that Paul :Stern: who committed -
Che Foo. NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION.
appendicitis gradually spread through Major French received the order suicide in a cheap lodging
Forty-eight hours quarantine has THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS AND
the tIssues of the body until it reached direct from General Corbm and reported house here Monday night, fled from tax payers of the following described
been ordered against Cha Foe on ac will of the Interior, Land Office at
F the brain cells, when there was at once to the office of Adjutant count of smallpoxThe home two years ago on account of territory onF".t Minidzftn March Department Gainesville. Fla..Jaa. 15.1904.

\? paralysis and death. i General S. W. Harris. Colonel William having fought a duel while a lieuten present to the board of public instruction of IS HEKKBY GIVEN THAT TBS
authorities declare the and
navy Marion county, Florida, this petition 8okingthe NOTICE has filed of tut
of settler notice
G. Obear, inspector general
The had concluded to German
physicians military dispositions should be regarded ant in the army. said board to call an election for the purpose of intention to make final proof ia support ol hi*
open the superficial wound and examine state troops, had already made out He was-of a wealthy Jewish familyof creating a special tax school district to be claim, and that said proof Will be made beJbre
Major French: he will start out next as precautionary, net as offensive. known as he Central Special Tax School District cjerk circuit court at Ocala Fla. oa
"# the area from which the pus was Port ArtRur Is Berlin, and recently pawned valuable I ,the above said district to include the following -
quiet. Martk 5/4. I9t,
absorbed by the drain inserted after Monday, Feb. 8.TRAGEDY. diamonds here in order to makea described territory: Commencing at
nor.heas;corner of section 5, township n, range viz: Elijah L. Ferguson, ot BUtchtoa, Via, H4
the operation. It was impossible to Barracks. trip to Mexico. He returned Mon, zo on Alachua county line. Running west to the 27521. for the south half of northwest quarter
IN ALABAMA. Japanese Building Levy county line thencesouth along Levy :. section 30 township 13 south range*.east-
make this examination without puttingthe day without funds. He is said to have the following witnesses to to *
St. Petersburg, Feb. 4.-The Se ul- county line to south boundry of Arredondo He names pro
patient under the influence of an speculated heavily in Mexican gold Grant line. hence east to southeast corner ot his continuous residence upon and caltmUoti
Farmer Suicides Wife Found Brained Fusan railroad has bees occupied by section 20. township 12.range 20. Thence northto of said land. viz:
anaestketic on account of the great to dis mines. point oi beginning. Dr.S. H. Blitch. Wiley J. Willis, George U.
With an Ax. Japanese troops according a R. D. Richard and \V. os'ter, all of Blitchlo*. 41
pain. Ether was administeKd the He left letters to William and Arthur Zetrouer.J. R. Zetrouer, J. F. Bruton, John
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 4.-A special patch from Vladivostock, which adds H. M. Sherouse;J. S. Dunning. J C. Zetrouer, Fla. w. G. EOBINhON.
I 'Wound was opened and the lower part that the have taken fie. Stern, of Schroevln and Dresden B. J. Simmons V. P. Smith,c. M. Smith L. M. 1-29 Register.

examined. Before the exanmation from Hencevills says that J. W. Hod Japanese ill-health as his reasons for W. T. Tijlcr. J. F. H.gan, I). R. Dunn, ___ --
; gas, a farmer aged 60, residing near guns to :Seoul:: for the protection of giving J. L. Beck.-to.. l.*_ 25
concluded it noticed that Mr.
was was suicide. NOTICE
Duck River church, in the southern their legation and that they are build
Whitney was sinking. The administration NOTICE
barracks for the accommodationof
Culuan found ing Former Postmaster
part of county, was General Weds.
Deed fader fee
- of ether was Immediately itop- Notice Application lor Tax
dead hanging in his barn yesterday, cavalry. London, Feb. 4.-Thomas L James
tion 8, of Chapter 48! Laws of Florida.
its effects could wear .
1 peu but ueiore = 0 S. District Court. Southern District of Flor-
he dead. while in the house in bed was found formerly postmaster general of the ida, bS.In Re Selwyn K. Rowe.-Baikrnpt. XTOTICH I* HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ff was
{ I
the dea4 body of his wit : I I Tension Reaches Climax. United States, was married In Shakespeare's In the Matter of Petition for Final Discharge. il Stuckey and Tiller purchaser of Tat
t Payne Whitney, the second son of Tokio Feb. 4.-Events today indicate Certificate No. 1273.dated the 4th day of April,
I The woman, who had been ill fo' church at Stratford-on-Avon, ON THIS THE 28th, DAY OF JANUARY, A. A. D. 1f 98,has filed said certificate io my office,
kit wife, daughter of Secretary of that the tension has 1904 on reading the foregoing petition. deed il
prolonged to Edith and made application for tax to IM
daughter of Alderman
been
time had brained with Coi-
some a it is ordered by the: court that a bearing be: had Said certificate embrace
arrived from fewkeurs with law.
State Hay, Georgia a accordance
blunt instrument. reached a climax. The Martuls It., bourne, of Stratford-on-Avon. Numerous upoa the same on the the following described property situated ia

two late. Hodges was deeply in debt, and it president of the privy council, wa* relatives and friends were pres ism day of IIit-uaey, A. D. 7904, Marion county, Florida to-wit:
Mrs. Almech ,Hughes Paget, the elder summoned from the country during before said court at Tampa in said district. at South half of south half section i, towsabipIs.
is said his creditors were pressinghim. ent. ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice range 2J.
daughter, who has been living for the night, and today the emperor received thereof be published in the Banner," a newspaper The said land being assessed at the date of
the issuance of such certificate ia the a....e ot
in said and
several years In London, is reported This is believed to have mentally him at a council of the elder Valdosta Girl Fatally Burned. known printed creditors and other district persons in that interest all Unknown. l'nleslli.lid certiicate shall be redeemed

to have sailed, and it Is said the family statesmen, which was held at the war Valdosta Ga., Feb. 4.-Miss Mar may appear at the said time and place and according to law. tax deed will law*
unbalanced him and led him to
nur4r if thereon on.the i6tb day of February. A.D. 1914.
will. if P islble. delay the fuaeral.until his wife and commit suicide. minister's, and three admirals. The Hancock, a young woman living al show the cause aid petitioner any they should have not, why be granted.the prayerof Witness my official signature and teal this to*

she arrives. highest officials made no pretense ol Remerton, 2 miles north of this city, And it is further ordered by the court that the 12th day"f January A. DI S.)04.SISTIClU.

.J't' Mueh interest is attached to the effect TIDAL WAVE SWEEPS COAST. concealment of their exasperation al was terribly burned while attemptingto clerk notice shall of said send petition by mail and to ail this known order addressed creditors i 15 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. .....

of Mr.' Whitney's death upen turf the tardiness of the Russian reply. An kindle a tire with kerosene oil. She to them at their places of residences stated. -
Witness tbe Hon. James W. Locke Judgeofthe
interests, which were to have been unofficial said the poured the oil into the stove. It NOTICE.
Many Fishing Boats Wrecked and Occupants dispatch yesterday said court, and the seal thereof at Jacksonville -

wider the coming season than ever. Russian decision means war. blazed up and ignited ker dress, on ,in said district. on the JSth day of January .
Drowned. A.D w.LOCKE,
1904. JiMES
I Under rule f 61 of the Rules .? Raciig. which some of the oil was spattered. A true copy. Judge. THE RECCLAR ANSt'AL MEETING of

I all his entries for this year'sslake Brest, France, Feb. 4.-A tidal wave SITUATION AT '!EOlii : -. Her clothing was burned from her Attest: E. O. LOCKE, Clerk.NOTICE Phosphate stockholders Company will of be the held Duaaetloa at Ike

swept the coast of Penmarch, department fatal in ia lorkwcn.
except the Produce stakes, antevents person, inflicting probably office of the company
,
\ of Finistere: last night. Marion county. Florida,on Tuesday FcUaary
Miss Hancock II
Native Disturbance Still Continue Juries. is about
I to which foal nominations were i 16th, )04.at u o'clock 00011.LUJ'IIIUEI.
Nearly all of that part of the com the years old, and a daughter of Martin !&.
Throughout Country.
rude, are null and void, unless a transfer Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 becietary
munity of St. Penmarch is under water Hancock: of Tifton Ga.
New York, Feb. f.-The situation U 1:2.
II of the same was made at the last of Chapter 4SS8 Laws of Florida.

moment If not, it is said that 98 many of the fish-boats wreckedand quiet here but native disturbances NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH. T C. J.I I NOTICE
some of the occupants were the Bold Robbery In Chicago. purchase of tax: certificate
continued
throughout are
the entries made by Mr.Whltnejr country dated of A.D.
per cent of I No. 2212. the 5th day April
of Feb. 4. Wnile dozen
Chicago -
be thrown out thereby arowned. An immense amount cables the Herald's correspondent at a i&p, has filed said certificate in my office, and ANNUAL MEETiNG 09 S
will terrified waitresses in a woman's has made application for tax deed to issue in 'fHR RECCLAR
was done. People living restaurant ?
damages Tenaiul
Port
ol the Inglis
Seoul. The efforts of the governmentare stockholder
the value ef the accordance with law. said certificate embracesthe
\ greatly depreciating 153 shrilled will be held at the omec of the coin
near the shore were obliged to flee concentrated upon obtaining recognition at Michigan .avenue ... II following described property situated in Company RockweU Marion county Florida M
i many thoroughbreds heavily engaged. and fled from leveled revolvers l Marion county Flonda,to-wit: pany in .
their houses. at o'clock
one
from i6th.
1. from the powers of the neutrality -I lhe Southeast quarter of southeast quarter of Tuesday, February 1904.
stable
As to the disposition of the nobody two hold-up'pen Miss >{ .,sum- m.
p.
section 27.township iT, range 25.
of Korea, believing that the notice ItAU'lIl4lltKaI
In authority will talk. CONTEST FOR HOME: 'RULE. the cashier' resisted tfce efforts {The said land being assessed at the date of HecreUTT
of neutrality will lead to a treaty tneJssuance ot such certificate in the name of 22 31
'lot a third thief tqpenttb cash .Uqknawn. tnless said certificate shall -
.. with ether nations Ko- req-
guaranteeing -
V redeemed law. tax deed will
Fall in Metropolitan Stock. "No Such Thing as Alternative Poll- The Cashier.however wasforced.at according to NOTICE
rea's permanent independence under J ; issue thereon on the 6th day of )March A. D.
r New York. Feb. 4.-There was a fall cy" Declares Redmond. !-htl- pomt/of a revotvelepeitedblow5 \ aid 1904
conditions similar to those protecting Witness official signature and seal this the
.f 1 H in Metropolitan Street railway London Feb. 4.-"For the Irish my GIVES THAT TH*
par to gleup., ! aid 3wltz rlanl1.
Belgium and esenirn.respectively .
stock on account of the death of W. ty there is no such thing as alternative caused by her struggle jnghtenedte S. T. SISTRCXK ( &IheesUUof as executors F. Pass, 4.>
For this purpose the newly appoint 2 S Clerk Circuit C.urt, Marion Co. Fla, .oi Jobs
C. Whitney at the opening on the policy to home rule. declared men and they JQedwafter seizing ceased, will on

1 I Buck Exchange today, and the gener John Redmond, the leader of the Irish ed minister! to China leaves immedi only the mon jr y/ the register, :"--\': &zLudallieaddatoJJa1L4.A Happly ><

ately for Pekin *e obtain a special to the county judge ot Mario CM,!r, .
market was unsettled and somewhat parliamentary party in the house of amounting to only"-about 90. 'Over \ Florida. at Ocala. FU. for the parpoae ft msing -

with small declines predominating ha re.v.mlld the debate treaty. Korea is now arranging to i- \ final settlement of their accounts sad fee .
trreguiar, commons today as J200 In.. bills had been placed.j the j
J send her mast competent oSTicials to '- final discharge. I j
-
S Renewed uneasiness over I' on the address in reply to the desk near by, but had been Iwept:>"to'._ !J H. C. D t MM, :
other countries for the came purpose. W A. OCltE&.
I
) the war outlook was a factor in the speech from the throne. the floor by Miss Sumner, where 11'ii &uaato

mnsettletaeat.Shrlners. Mr. Redmond proceeded in a speech fieileved Soldier Committed Suicide. was found after the robbery. Miss ALICE I!. LAW, 4

-.. of great length to detail the various New York, Feb. 4.-With the burialIn Sumner notified the police of the robbery \ : ,2-25 Kxeemritt- ..... t.

1 Go to Milledgeville. grievances of Ireland, incidentally informing Cypress Hill ceaietery of Private by telephone and when they arrived -i '- -NOTICE OF APPLICATION rOR fiNAL

Macon. Ga., Feb. 4.-Macon Yaarabs the Liberals that It was a delusion Frank Smith, of the Ninety-eighth battery was assisting In caring for several -! \ SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
the hot
110 strong; will journey over to suppose they could count on U. S. A., there has been revealeda of the girls who were hysterical -

sands today for Milledgeville, wheretht'1 Irish support by promising an alter- straage story of his death Monday from fright. NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE. IS HEREBY CIVEW TUT: THS
I will assemble for services called NOTICE executor d the 10M will a"
native policy to home rule. Became ia the Fort Hamiltoa military reser A.COLE ckc.ac4, will is53hdd5OfFdtGeA'1.9'
JOHN
Forrest Adair, of Atlanta. testament
,, by Potentate nobles are confident ol the Irish obtained a valuable act last vation. Smith's comrades declare that Brya..', VTilt Delayed. THE 4m DAY OF ACGCST. iTHE .

Macoa year remedying some of the evils ot he put an end to his life because he Birmingham Frt. 4.-Hon. William O undersigned wili present her accounts and flake coat settlement of hiu **at..a4.WT
carrying equally as large a crowd as vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge, for fin liscbarge. Such finttl m M .a4app
from the Capital City. Macon past government some persons seem was ordered to do duty by a major Jennings Bryan's visit to this city has and ask for a final settlement and discharge as I.ica i -.to be made to tK meaty Judge ef

that ed to think that the Irish question was general when he was sick and unfit to been postponed on account of the admin 5tratrit[ of the estat- of Julia P, Johnson IdarioncotyatOcala.. Y'. 3i
here and UDDltLt
will Join Atlanta's delegation deceased this 4th day of February 1904. hUm
will them into shelved, but no concession could weaken work. The officers decline to discus death of his sister. Jbha W. Tom- FRANCES A. HOWSB. D.: A. MIU.Mi ,
train carry
a special
.1 Milledgeville on schedule time. About the demand for self-government. On the case. Smith's death, it is alleged llnson, who expected to entertain him, 2 5 lem 6m Adminlstramx.I .

:o novices from Macon will take the the contrary, every concession they has brought to light cases of ill- said this, morning that he was now iiEYCUfl

shrine, who, together with the Atlanta hal obtained or might obtain, will be treatment of sick soldiers at the reservation szpected about the 14th, and will give I FOLEYSHOKET fOtmJ!

th* merriest! I used for the furtherance of the contest and an investigation is being a lecture for the benefit at the free Xlda'i &ad BlUd&r JVaIi&
novices, will for group 4tO Iso tbe cough and heals lungi sakes
which has made the trip recently. for home rule. conducted by board of inquiry. ind f'arten.

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PAGE TWELVE THE OCALA BANNER

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I/ILL/ BRING STRONG " " " '" " " ," " " " " ',, t,

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PRESSURED BEAR :I .

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'if luropean. Powers to Try and ''J -- .....



TO ACCEPT Influence RUSSIAN Japan. NOTE TEA-POT GROCERY.


If She Refuses All Overtures and Continues
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Recalcitrant, All Risponsibil

ity for War and Its Consequences "
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,. Will Rest With Her. Emsdl -

New York, Feb. 3.-In the best in -- -- I
formed political circles -. iI1J1
here the confriction -
...... f
is expressed that a peaceful .... :
olution of the Russo-Japanese affair .....
It assured, cables the Paris correspondent -
of The Times. A diplomatic ......
arrangement has been reached, the dis ---
patch continues, between the French .-. ,
minister of foreiga affairs and thf British !;
-
-
ambassador here 'by virtue ofF ,
which it is agreed that both the British elm .....

< and French governments will bring 'V''" --
'
strong pressure to bear upon Japan to ......
: Induce her to accept the terms of the I Ii .......
new Russian note.
--
. The language in which this note is .....
to be couched has been submitted, the I ---
correspondent says, to both the .
......
ish and French foreign offices and is .

r. recognized to be .most conciliatory in ..... ;
effect. i
Should Japan refuse to yield to i
France and Great Britain's overtures, 6f

Other European powers will add the For Quality < j
weight of their persuasions to the F ,
fame end and then if Japan con tines .
recalcitrant, all the responsibility ......
.
for war and its consequences will
....
rest with her .
and all Europe will w.
her hands of the business.
: The recent entente cordiale between Quantity, :: I
France and Great Britain has been --errand
-
e1J
'" chiefly helped in permitting this un- ..... t
derstanding between the French and ---

.. British diplomats as to the Russo-Jap
anese question to be brought about .

NOTE STILL UNDELIVERED. Variety, \

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/
Delay In Negotiations Increases Strainof
---
the Tension.
Toklo, Feb. 3.-The Russian note is
s (till undelivered, and the government Price
and people of Japan do not possess
any definite information concerning .-..
the time of its arrival or its contents. .
......
; Russia's delay, coupled with the announcement .
---
of continued movement ol
: re-inforcements into Manchuria, increase OF --tt1
the strain of the tension, while
,
it diminishes the already slight prospects I ---
for peace. .... .'

> The government has been urged to -41

dispatch a pre-emptory note to St. Petersburg --.. '
threatening to declare war '
If refused immediate satisfaction in ;
the way of reply to its previous note,
: but still the government is patiently I GROCERIES'1
waiting, although it is manifest if the I ,

,. delay is much more prolonged, it will
act energetically.
Events will move rapidly when the
,note finally is received, if it is mate- -
rially unsatisfactory, and the prospectfor -
...... I
additional negotiation is slight, -- j
probably Japan will dispatch an ulti -- '

matum The Japanese before striking.show a "temarkable Call or write us. ==

outward calm, and no scenes similarto
those in America and England before ---
--
recent wars were witnessed. .....
There are occasional demonstrationsand j
outcroppings of popular feeling, I
but the casual visitor to the large We will take care of you. "
.
cities can see but little out of the ordinary
in the disposition and behavior Ili

of the people. There is, however .-....-
an undercurrent of desperate determination -...
running the nation's --
length and breadth more imposing in I .....
many ways than a demonstrative emotion. ----
< The people have counted the ---
cost and made final preparations so
that if forced to fight they are capable E) 8 ]
of weging and sustaining war its
manner that will surprise the world

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Resigned as President.
_. Butte, Mont., Feb. .-William Schal- --
--
Jon has telegraphed from New York -- --
that he has resigned as president of B ......

the Anaconda Copper company and =
manager of the Amalgamated proper
ties in Montana. The resignation was I. -4

tendered some time ago, but rejected,
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k '- and this time is unreserved and to take ,._' __h n .. '__ _',,- : '_ .-- :: :_ ... :_ :. .__ __", :_, __
effect immediately. The reason given --
t
f is pressure of private business. No i it .....
.....
F .. Intimation of his successor is given. .
}Jr. Schallon has been in ttew York
.
---
t since Dec. 14. He has been president .......
9 of the Anaconda company and i it in
Charge of another amalgamated interests ......
here since the Amalgamated company .' ---
---
was organized.
0... "Aelm

I Wholesale Dealers Up In Arms. .. _
:
F New York, Feb. Wholesale liqul --t =
I dealers and importers throughout te .......
k United States are reported to be v .-.
r'.'.. In arms against the statement of ti = f
-. ? .. National Retail Dealers' assoclatk (
.. l..' 4.f.\announced some time ago to rah .. t =

> .;: ,OOO.OOO as a defense fund to he,,
f ==
t the retailers to fight legislation aim< 1
.....
at ihem. Reports have been reed t I .. .

ed ftom many sections declaring th._ =

meethgs of the liquor dealers strongly ..- ...'...
opposed the fund idea as a scheme .
:::: --
for taxaton without representation, as --
the mon \ was to be turned over in.I '
tact to the ational association.

I i, Tight-L\ ng Caused Death. I

Springfield, -' sFeb. 3.Misj -- THE TEA POT GROCERY. --lt
.. Kate MoriarityN* dead here fron;
I ....: 'I' heart failure whfh was caused, ao
cording to the dVors, by pressure --
I: from corset stays. he fainted whil '

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