The Ocala banner
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00260
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00260
 Related Items
Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

Full Text
'" -





'>> i j'i" THE OCALA BANNER.


1 i The "Of the People for the
{ paper People and by the People."

VOL. .rVYVTtrr\ -.A
OOLI.R.- --.. .'Y .. .. ......"'

-''tr"r'tr'tr'tr"r"r1'r"r"r"r"r"r"r'tr'tr'tr"r"rt1r"r"rt1"tr" " " " MRS. CAMP'S DANCE. JAPS 0STOUND I, STOCK BREEDER'S. -MEETING- - A 1I

Gerig's Witch Hazel Soap | -- I

A Delightful Social Event Wednesday THE WORLD. i iI It Shows the Growing Importance of Customer

t Is good with any water, but is specially :: Night. the Cattle Industry-Low Rates to

=fc= adapted for Hard Water. 10e or 3 for 25e ==
The dance given by Mrs. Clarence Jacksonville March 22 and 23
Show Great Strategy Arjd I Says:
._ Camp Wednesday, which has been Call is hereby made for a stock

.$ looked forward to the I Heroism. breeders' convention to be held In the
.: by young people -
.- city of Jacksonville on the 22nd and
with so much pleatnre, was as. delightful -
::: '. :: 23rd of March, 1904. This convention
J- Naval Experts Look for \
-- z -- in every way as was antici Complete is deemed necessary in view of the "

:: '::: \ =-= pated. The ouly regret was that Destruction of Russian Navy growing importance of the cattle industry I feel safe when you
== have
_-_ 'I three of the honoree, the Misses Special to the Ocala Banner. in the Southeastern States and my money, because I

:-:: \ 'Sk \, -=--= I Nurney, of Suffolk, Va, did not Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 10.-Cable I particularly In South Georgia and Flor- know I must be safe before

-- :'- y,( --- reports just ida, and a permanent organization is I can get any of
ya retch Ocala in time to attend it. received in this city yours.
:: expected to be the result of this gather Some jnight
-- from Tokio that grumble at
I The entire Camp home was attrac fray Japanesefleet
:t:: ing. Addresses will be made by practical your being strict but I
-- --- tively and effectively decorated in after attacking the Russians at stock breeders and by leading edu- ,

== : red, white and blue, these colors teeing Port Arthur captured seven Russian cators along this line, and the convention think it is Commendable."
I vMunroe
: carried out in everything. The war ships but of what class is not I in every way will be beneficial, not

-- -- piazzas were illuminated with Japanese known at present. .Ii i only to those who are actively engaged
in the industry, but to those
I I who are
lanterns and electric lights shaded British naval experts now that
I say
I POSTOFFICE in any way interested. The program & Chambliss
DRUG STORE. 1 with red, which added greatly to the the complete destruction of the Russian I will be announced in due time. Re- ,

:::: Prescriptions receive careful attention.David ::::: attractiveness the scene. navy is only a question of a very duced railroad rates will be applied for
I Bankers
-- --, -- -- -- brief time from all points in Florida and
The guests were met in the recep- owing to the strategy and South I ,

tion hall and given a most cordial vastly superior! fighting qualities of Georgia and it is earnestly hoped that II I OCALA, FLORIDA.I
;??lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllL'JliJliJliJliJilJliJliJiiJl1Jl1Jli people engaged In the live stock indus-
welcome by Mrs. Clarence Camp the Japanese officers and men. Q 'itea
... try will respond liberally to this call, I
-- --- who few Japanese war Jewels officered
was handsome in a beautiful are and be present on this occasion. The Rowe's New CafeIs

Parisian of voil embroidered by Americans, and their county commissioners of
.. 'j--- -- ,. gown gray superior and of

in gray. The guest of honor, i training is telling at each engagement Georgia will be requested to appointone the place to buy Fruits Confectionery, NBU,

of the conflict. delegate from each militia districtin Lunches,Hot Coffe.Soil CoM Drinks, Tobacco,
Woodrow Miss Carrie Bailey, of Monticello, present I .
their respective counties, and a general Can And Produce: Oi.fl'Ia
was very lovely, her gown being invitation -- I specialty. We sell them in any qUlloUt dntr-
The Are and the Insurance Companies committee consisting of ed. We have an up to date cook and aerie
white point de spn over yellow this committee,
PHOSPHATE LANDS. representing the Jacksonville them in any style.

sill Receiving with Mrs. Camp and board of trade, and lion. S .11. Ray, Mr plate 5e
D. W. Davis hits received telegrams
Miss Bailey were Mrs. Jack Camp, I Gaitskill president of the Florida State Per doz on half shell tie

from his cornpaniis in reference to Fair Association lion. R. E. Rose, Stew
who looked beautiful in pink crepe de 2Sc
the great fire at Baltimore.hile President of the Florida Agricultural
If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or scheue, Miss Mamie Nevitt, Miss Fry 35c
the loss to the insurance Society, Hon. Geo. L. Tabor president Half Fry 20o
communicate with him.
lease on royalty Emily Ford, Miss Sue: Barco alms Florida Horticultural Society, and Hon.
By the Pint 20eBy
severe, yet the solidity of .
Sara Harris and Miss Violet Harris companies B. F. McLin, commissioner of Agricul- the Quart 3So
represented by D. W. Davis is
who were all becomingly gowned and ture of Florida, will extend special invitations By Half Gallon 65e

were looking unusually radiant and evidenced by the foliowiugtdtgratus: to a large number of prom- I By the GjlUn Sloe
Office neat: to Dr. Smith Postofficc Block. Ocala Fla.
D. W. Davis: Net Baltimore loss inent breeders in this and other statesto I Fresh and Salt Water Fish.
l lovely.
about one million. be present. This committee, repre- i Country trade IiUlicit d. tadie
a -"' ''_.- = "" ..,... The dance cards were very dainty Rojal strongest senting the Jacksonville board of trade, I 'ud G nU. Come and see ni and be coamacvd.
_. company in the world. Mi lion Dar We guarantee you satisfaction in
ones, beinsj red, White and blue The takes the initiative in view of the rec-
quality and
gun, Manager.D. price or your money refunded.
SAli ELIZA3STH HA1i .IS, Local Editor Mr. C. W. Smith, who was ahote'eral music was furnished by Messrs. ognized importance of such a move- We tfspectfully solicit a share of your .patro-
:Fi-.hel and Goodsell and the W. Davis! : huflicient funds ou ment. All persons interested in this age. Open davand night till I* o'clock aid
wteks ago by a desparatnegro ; e dancing J during the day Sanda}*. No tat North
deposit for IIi) l11t'nt of all IUltmioreloss (convention and who favor such an organization I Stag
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. ou our streets was able to be was greatly enjoyed. A number of !i herein | soils !>street_ first door south or the John !!...
::--?. Our fcurt-lus will remain largely as outlined. are respectfully Carthy old br k store Ocala. Flat
----- about again Monday.Dr. very iuvitirgcosy corners had been requested to communicate I'I

J \Ir". Barry Wright n viiitiii fir. arranged sum were eagerly sought between over five millions.V.. B. Clark, their vWm to the chairman of this''i S. E. ROWE Harjager.
\Variaittimat Citrt.t and Mrs. Hewitt, of Jansb s the dances' President.Etiot: lus. ( 0. committee. -- -

I I City, Mo., after spending a few dotS!s )lr8. Frank Drake served fruit f). W. Davis: Glad to advise you j I Signed: J. O. Holloman, Chairman Pure Eden

of Fairfield fireman's fund looses Edwin Probston, \Yo W. .SEED
\ r* Mr. B. S. Quartenuau, in Ocala, the gu.s s of Mr. and Mrs punch during the evening. Baltimore will Cummer, \ G. Melon
Ocala Wednesday. \ not exceed one hundred thousand Cummer, Jno. G. Christopher Irving II.
visitor to :
was a B. J. Potter, left Monday for visit
a to At twelve o'clock ice cream andCake Welsh Committee. I have for sale
dollar- Edgar Wilson a large lot of Pore
; Manager.
WANTED-To buy velvet t'.aue, Taiupa and other points. was served, the red, white and Turkeweeu E.ieu Melon He-d. All them nerd
I J. Oil Liniment is the
, ; H. Norton says: : Hun & Peutania beat
peanut Ocala tieed: tore. 12 4 tf blue idea being prettily carried out inn on earth for were rabed iu South Carolina and are
sprains bruises
Miss Sara bitfield will give a :! and
were not doing business in Maryland of purest strain. Addreca
them. The cream was white and was rheumatism For coughs and colds 188tiv.
Mr. Charley Moody, with the A. C. informal valentine tea Saturday afternoon consequently not touched. Providence -
1 i surmounted with red cherries and on apply with cloth; does not Misft-r. iv.iititi\,

ii i I. ralwa, lt at hove fora few das iu honor of Misa Mamie Watson, each few violets Washington Baltimore lots For sale hy TyclimrsHml C '. Appt-ltl, ti C
plate was placed' a ,
.j visiting his mother. or Jacksonville, who is ihe guest cfMr. will not exceed one buudred and fifty
while the cakes were iced with red. --
and Mrs. F. L. Watson.Mr. I thousand dollars much less than it
CoL D. C. W. Smith, of PnilHdelphia white and blues JUST RECEIVED:
paid in Jacksonville to policy holders
who owns large interest: in I J. W. Crosby, of the firm of This was one of the largest affairs
which will not make
a mark on its
this section of the state, is in the city. Crosby &: Martin, haw! gone to Atlanta given in Ocala this season and was OUR FALL STOCK. A ]large supply of Big Boston
; -urplus.
I to purchase a car load of hones and certainly one of the most delightful. lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United
and son, of Palatine loss will not exceed $ '00- States.
Sirs. Godfrey Cabbage, Onions
mules. He will return with save There were nearly seventy five young Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg
Duunellon, are visiting the former's 000, which is a mere bagatelle for a Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all finds of Farm
Saturday.Mrs. people present and every one enjoytd and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
mother Mrs. Edward Badger in this large company backed by millions of
Frank >io rehead and children every minute of the eveuin dollars. Be sure to see or write us before you buy your Early

city. __ arrived in Ocala Wednesday afternoon Miss! Bailey, in whose honor the Corn for spring.
Miss Frauc Hill, of Concord, N. Boston Insurance Co. wired Mr. i iWaUIcf'
I and dance was given is one of the most
the I.f Mrs
I C.. arrived iu Ocala Friday afternoon are guests viee president, who is now The
Moorehead's attractive the many visiting girlsin Ocala Seed
brother, Mr. James Store
aud will spend several weeks with here with Mr.: D.vis, loss $250,000,
Ocala. This is her first
visit here
Brown South Third :
on : street.
Mrs A. H. )[arsb.Tydlnu' which has no elfl'rs on irs two millions ----- -- -_- ..! 4
and she made many friends last
Cough byrup is a speedy Willie Chamber of surplus. We congratulateMr. S. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER.
gave a most enjoyable night by her charming person and
for coughs cold, Davis on the evident solidity of
and certain cure ,
birthday puty Tuesday after attractive manners.
etc. Try a bottle. Tydmgs & Co. I the companies represented: in his S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
His mother Mrs. t
f{ noon. W. J. Quite number of visiting young

Mrs. C. E. Abson and children went Chambers, Mrs. E. L. Carney and :I people added to the pleasure of this agency. 1 1f f

t down to Crystal River Monday, after- Miss Cora GriHla helped him to entertain occasion. Among the visitors wereMis9 A Night Alarm.
s r noon' obit Mrs. Abon'a sister, Mrs. his young guests and they all Hill, Mis Hughes, Miss Rosen- Worse than an alarm of fire at Livery Feed and Sale Stables

t. G. W. Watson._ spent a merry rfternoon. baum, Miss Nevitt, Miss Roun&aville, night is the brassy cough of croup,

Mr. Jack Jolly, the noted golfer, Miss Watson Miss Goldnamer, which sounds like the children's We carry the most complete ''
Dr, A. F. Barnard and wife, of St.
who has been spending a few days at Messrs. Sam Ross and G. F. Arm- death knell and it means death unless:
Mary's Georgia, have been visitingMr. x line of Harness, Saddles, etc.
the Ocala House, left yesterday for strong, of Savannah, Henry Davis something is done quickly. Foley'a

1, Bellair Palm Beach and Nassau.Mr. B. S.: Quarterman near Fairfield, and B. K. Thrower, of Gainesville, ,, Honey and Tar never fails to give in central Florida, and will give ,
t and spent several days hunting and
and Mr. Rotas, of Cornell. instant relief and quickly cures the our patrons the lowest t
and Mrs. K. A. Green are in the t : hlng. They once lived in this very
worst forms of croup. Mrs. P. L

city visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. B.Rnvder. county and pay the old homestead an The card Clubs. Cordier of Mannington, Ky., writes: prices.Ve are thoroughly k

They have been at Clearwater annual visit.When Mrs. William Hocker was the ")Iy three year old trirl, had a severe equipped for fitting out turpentine -
of the winter.Dr. I -
most you feel blue and that e.r.-I I hostess of the Original Whist Club case of croup; the doctor said she and lumber teams, gear,

W. C Lindsay returned Friday thin goes wrong take a dose of t I I Wednesday afternoon. The special could not live. I got a bottle of Foley's
wagons, etc.W.e .
afternoon from Gainesville, where be Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 1'| j guest was Mrs. Hooker's visitor, Miss Honey and Tar, the first dose gave

li I\' attended the Bible Conference for Tablets. They will cleanse and invigorate I I Lillian Goldn&iner, of Elizabethtown, quick relief and saved her life."
your stomach, regulate your always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
i' several days. : Ky. The other visitors present besides Refuse substitutes. Postoftice Ding
bowels, give you a.relish for your food
and make you feel that in this old I the club members were Miss Store. m I Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm'\Vagons.
McDavid who hs been
Mrs. J. A. world is a good place to live. For Frances Hill, Miss Hattie Rosenbaum Fred C. Roach, formerly of this North Side Court House. Ocala Fla

t spending several weeks iu Ocala with sale by Anti-monopoly drug store m Mrs. I. ti. Hirsch, Miss Mona Hiller city, now lieutenant ou: the police .

e her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Haycraft, and Mrs. G. R. ,
I. McKean. force in Jacksonville, shot and killed
home at Fellow- Mrs. W. A. Redding, of Jacksonville
t has returned to her The Valentine idea Thomas M. Parkhill a few days SPECIAL
and children passed through was carried out ago. SelLE SEWING MACHINES.

4 .hip. -_ in the score cards and the house was Lieut. Roach was fully exhonerated
Ocala Friday afternoon on their
ti The friends of Hon. George G. decorated in red. After refreshmentshad by the coroner's jury. That body
to Brooksville to visit relatives. They
. Mathews are urging him to again been served the prize a silver aid the killing was in self defense We Lsnea large number or Sewing Machine that lime been
were accompanied hy Christian ,
for the legislature. u"'d-lOollle but litlle-Hint we will clo.eoutat
make the race and altogether justifiable. Bargain lrlee
Cook, who has been visiting them in cream spoon, was presented to Miss Tiie.e uiaehiiieH bare been thoroughly overhauled by e".
and if he
He is extremely popular Goldnamer, who had Von the perleneed'workmen and all worn
greatest park replaced and mad.d',
Jacksonville for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Christian
, runs it looks almost like a show: number of baby good as' new for cervk-e.! Each machine fill a dj noted, tried end
games. and nurse and Mrs. Ax's mother and guaranteed to do I'rf'ettork before it leaves our tore. UUI
t down." _ _- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Irvine and The Married Ladies Card club was ; be seen and tried, if denired.'c .
sister, Mrs. Henry Keidal and Miss \\ will i! ell thee machines low

... MeI'8rs. Ferguson* Company have daughter are among the new arrivals very pleasantly entertained by Miss Adele L. Keidal, of Baltimore who from $4.001. $12 00, and each is lery a bargain foreaxh.at the price.Prle1 rim

a ear load of very excellent cows on in Ocala who expect to make this Minnie Gamsby, Mrs. M. B. Arentz, IVe are agents for the celebrated **JTe" Home" and M. heeler
the Meadows
-i are at for the the winter, A on"MwiiigJIaeIiiiiet4-wilh,
exhibition and for sale on the Edwards their permanent home. They are of Rochester, N. Y., being the guest of were guests at the Ocala House Mon tachuient.Graphophone. or without buttonhole at. -

lot formerly\ known as the staying at Mr. and Mrs Thomas Sex- honor. I and recordr..3 Graphophone aDdS 'Ceeord

l L Dunn Park. Persons In need .of good ton's. )[r. Irvine is a contractor and The prize, a pretty centerpiece, was day. for 85.MO.." Furniture Special attention and to Home mail order Fiiruinhlnp iHdlt.. at"SJIITU.S.

< milk cows will do well to inspect is now engaged in building a phosphate won.by Mrs. T. T. Munroe and was fOLEY IIONEY TAR I I .,

them. plant for Mr. Sexton. presented by her to :Mrs. Arentz. 4to..the cough and heals lung/ Ocala Furniture c,/m,- eny.

e;. P f._. _, ...I'i':1'J' :. ,-- ;;,' '. lirtif'ffirliifii* _.... f _'.:f "' ,. ,ft ._ .J.to I, .. r.. "H., ::i..J_ "<

:. "'-' "' ; '::. .: < .c i: > P ;:::. "; ": .- -'::':}' ;,:: :=:-,,!:-;.,,;,, ,;.:. : -<....

.". -. '.... .' .'- ; .. .,
,. "'. '. ., ", .> .''"" ,'.!>O C "'

t vaeR rwn :HE O:ALA 'ANNE"


Ml Stuffed Up1'hat' SCHOOL BOARD MEETS. From Jickfonville Industrial Record. GAITERVILLE. l' MOSS BLUFF. ,WEAK AID LOW.SPINITLC.

A Correspondent THIS Destriiet Hit
' the condition of many sufferers Everything in and around the Bluffis -*,
Owing to the severe cold and the CiM'ltnce. 'V
from catarrh, especially in the morning. Rsgultr Monthly Session-School
early burning of the wools the cattle quiet..The farmers are all bUllY "I can strongly recommend Htrtiaeas
Great difficulty is experienced in clearing Elections, Etc. Opening, the First Fully Appoints
the head and throat. in this section are in bid condition. preparing their farms for corn, cotton a mniecine of remaikable fftlcwyforHJdlgrslioii !
The board of public instruction in Matt House in Florida low
Xo wonder catarrh causes headache. Packing ........Messrs. R. D. and Mitchell and Jenwral field crops. Seed cn appetite, sour .
and for Marion, county, Florida, met leers iu the month, palpitation, brad
Impairs the taste smell and Tuesday was a blue ribbon day at ,
hearing, Stokes made a business trip to the through this section suffered badly,
this the Jet of Feb 1904 in .cb., drowgiutu after mule with Ii
pollutes the breath the day regular
deranges stomach

Ocala. Early in the morning the Brick City last! Saturday. Mr. Mitchell w bich moans a less acreage in this distreting mental depneslons aad
and affects the .
t session with G. e. Scott, chairman,
To cure catarrh, treatment must be farmers commenced coming into Stokes accepted a position with section.. .8orne string beans, peas low spiritw H rbio' m... h. uol' oe

constitutional-alterative and tonic.f B. R. Blitch and J. 8. Granthim )Ir. F. B. Turner near Ocala and did and tomatoes are being planted for preparation for ogee gosh ae tuine, for
war Afflicted with catarrh. 'I took present. town, the objective point being the few doses
medicines of different kinds! giving eacha not return: to Gaiterviiie........Mr. C. market.........GriKg3. Stapletou A fo a entlr.11lemund my com* I
air trial; bat gradually grew worse until ilinutea of list meeting were read heroes belonging to the Beujamiu pl laint. I wonder at people gotof OQofferingor : ,
I could hardly bar taste or nmell. I then )[. Whitton made a business trip to are adding a new Watertown boiler upeDdinv their

concluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and and approved. Bros. The occasion .as the baptismof Dunnellon the past week.,.,.....The and! other improved machinery to worthies thing, when Ilerbln money OB U
after taking five bottles I was cured and Daniel] Mitchell and Joe McBride I
bate not had any return of the ttisease I a new company to take the placeof democrats of this, the Camp Izird their mill at this place and, within the procurable, and an rhmp." Sue Cents
line" EcGcti FOSSES, Lebanon Kan.Hood's appeared before the board and com r
the Ocala Meat Packing Companyand precinct, expect within tbit near future next few days they hope to be ruu- a bottle at Anti-Monopoly Drug ft.re
Sarsaparilla plained that the teacker at Silver and 4 Co. '
Tydings! : drogghu.
the East Florida: Ice Mauufactur- to call a meeting, the purpose of utnK on full time.........L. P. Waterman ta
Cores catarrh-it soothes and strengthens Springs colored school did not take iu
the mucous membrane and builds iug Company, both concerns owned the meeting being to elect an executive and family have moved to
school on time and often two Burnett
op the whole system. pave by the Bujamia Bro committocman and we hope all Cocoa.,..,.,..Mrs. Mary Clifton, of Jerry ,
I hours noon, going home for her dinner
' At eleven o'clock the t pv:" around the voters will be present..........Rev. DeLfou springs u vieiiing her
and leaving the children to take
the factory was crowd-d with the Austin, the new pavor for Cedar daughter, tlr.. Uritfssat[ this place.Mi.s Merchant -

MRS. POST O I COHYIIID.[ care of themselves. The secretary stalwart huaoandmen of Marion Grove church, has made a chuiue in ........ L)jie Johnson, of Ocala, is
waa instructed to write the teacher,
ccenty, aud the proceedings>> were his appointments giving us the second visiting her sisters, Mrs. A. H. Fort T iloring.
that it the board can prove that she
f I opened by Oft Simon Benjamin, who ] Sunday instead of the first Sunday a ud Mrs. 0111. 1'.ort..Yr.. W. E. I
I is so neglecting hvr duty she will be Ocala, Florida. i
briefly pointed out the path he and ..........In the Ocala Star of Jan. Martin has b-en Buffering from the

Special to Ocala Banner.Jacksonville dismissed. hi* brother bad cut for thenaelfs. 29, we notice Miss j Violet extends congratulations etfecta of an abcesr un his face.......... Finest Imported and
Mr. J.S. Grauttum turned over ten Domestic Cloths. .
t FI", Feb.9.-J'aryln He was followed by Hon. Geo. W. to the young man in Mrs. D.McCrany is dangerously ill at
dollars, an amount received from
be case of Mrs. Helen Wilman-Post Wilson, H. W Long, A. P. Bskin, North Galterville, who is making her brother's, 11. H. Cutting a Specialty ,
the sale of an old colored schoolhouse Fits Guaranteed.

brought In a verdict 3 tfO this afternoon lot at rfparr. The same was H. A. Ford, L. P. Miller, S. H. Gaits- preparations for an early marriage John T. Lewis has J.Iorroon..1 I

kill and other speakers.Six .........Mr. A. McC. Brass, of Holder, ouskela of seed beans
of guilty. ordered placed to the credit of the For Sale I ISo.
Sparr school district.In years ago the company packed was in Oaiterv lIe Sunday......,...Mrs. phia. The express charges on name Farms

: CARLOS L. SISTRUNK. about two thousand pounds! of pork; L. A. Brass ban returned from a pleasant was $3 per bushel........:The Congregational
view of the fact that the last
last year over half a million poinds.: visit to Ocala. While there she church has called Rev E D.
i legUlatur pasted a law ordering an
Hy reference to the announcements This has been slow, but aura, was the guest of her son, John de Luter, of Wildwood to preach f<'r
election to be held in all the special progress) 1. 65 acre farm all in cul
published in another column it will prejudicesold habits, ancient ideas, 1 I I Brass..........)lr. C. B. Brooks, of Invernes" them again this year..........The Sunday tivation. Splendid 8
tax school districts Marion county, room
t: lie iieeu that the name of Carlos I. i all had to be combatted, until today was over with the Gaiter- school is very prosperous at this dwelling in good condition.
I Fiorida, on the first Tuesday after the
SUlrunk appear* as a candidate for I the picking establishment stands at villeites Sunday.: He was looking place, numbering about fifty scholars Fine rock well. All fenced
first Monday iu April, 1904, and
every .........Mrs. A. M. returned with cedar posts. 3J miles
member of the legislature front this the head of all industries iu the gay ? some one Higgins
* two years thereafter, for the purpose asked. UNCLE JOE. from city on hard road. Price
county. county. In truth the enterprise is from Cleveland, 0., a few days ago, to $600.No. .
f of electing trustees and fixing the
fw Mr. Histrunk is one of the most really startling. There is no reason COTTON PLANT. the delight of her many friends ...... I 2. 47 acre farm 15 acres
rate of millage to be assessed
popular and prominent young attorueya why this concern should not pack one A. D. Fort and family have moved to under cultivation, 5 room

- at the Ocala bar! and it i H but and collected. It was ordered hundred times their I last year's record. After % long silence Cotton Plant Rockledge.......There will be preach- house. Good pond never goes'
that the secretary mate the proper dry. 3$ miles from city, J
, natural that bid friends should urge advertisement and give the required All that necessary is that the farmers conies to the readers of the Banner iug in the Congregational church next mile from hard road. Price.

: him to take this step.Mr. should! so grow their hogs that again ........Ideal weather, no better Suudty both morning and night.
notice of tuiii elections according to $750.Now
r Histruuk U a native of this they bare some for sale monthly all could be desired. .. .. .Farmers are IKL. is the time to buy.

''. county and U.I?: ended from cue of law. the year round. The Record believes busy getting ready for a corn and Honest Dealing.F. .

i the oldest, sturdiest, and must reprenUtive A petition was before the board that the speeche! made at this meeting vegetable crop this year.........St. PINE.
: Mgued nine itron-j and citizens of
f families of the county, I p all point to the same: !idea this pa- Johns Sunday: school was well attended -
"; Fairfield add liS of Reddick and 11 of Messrs Charley and Willie Thomas, \V. DITTO
t whose history U Mvulitielwitb.it in perliolds. There cm be no real pros last Sunday and its efficient: superintendent ,
Lowell the board who are temporary citizens of
r. ninny ways! froiu the (pioneer d iYI. asking to unite the perity lu this section until the firm- was delighted..........Mrs. your REAL ESTATE AID INSURANCE
r Keildick, Fairfield and Lowell schools I city, visited their! father's: home Sunday :!
Mr. SUtruuk'tf habits! are entirely era gro-v the food stairs: : the section D. J. Clark, of North Carolina, is visiting Kuom u Merchant' Block Ocala .
at the most practical location, so as to on account of the illness of the
He i i. close student her son Mr. Martin Clark of
exemplary. a needs. There is no place on earth -- --
accommodate the old gentleman: Capt. Chas. Thomas.He .
z t cautiouseonservativesudmethodica pupils: and establisha where such food btutf'd can be so easily! this place.........Mr. D. A. Walker
Junior High school. has been a coutinuous sufferer for
f and never expresses opinion without grown, aud now that facilities such as made a business trip to the Brick DANGER COMING
s; Mr. M. L. Payne, Dr. H. fJttrell t about one year and is now coufined to
; giving the matter! uuder discus this packing establishment affords, City last Monday, as did }Ir. A. W.
awl F. L. Harney appeared before the his room. Up to the time of his Igns that Point to Bright1 01.! *
iou thorough examination! and no are beiug furnished there is no valid Wood ward. The latter bringing home
board opposed the uniting of the illness a year: ago, Capt. Thomas was ass or other Fatal Form
young nun! iu the county is. more reason why Miriou county, instead of with him a McCormick mower and of Kldn
schools unless the one of the most active citizen of the y
location is made
thoroughly equipped for this position. buying meat, should not be sailing it. rake.........Mrs. D. A. Clark aud Mrs.
equal distance from the three county. He owns the famous "Horse
Of course it goes for the siiing the places, Certain it is that the goods put up by Kemp, of Mattel, visited Mrs Mar- There are thousand of person who art
Fairfield, Reddick and Lowell. Shoe F'riu" here and a Urge stock of unconsciously danger of the fate that
Mr. tfistrunk is a genuine democrat of Benjamin Bros., under their brand tin Clark Saturday: >u..MMr. L. C.
Mr. B. S. Dinsby and Mr. C. JI. cattle, horses!, bogs and sheep, and has has lately befallen so many of our most
the progressive; up-to-date order. If "Florida Gold Seal Hams and Bacon1' Bell, of the firm of Howell & Bell, prominent mea and women who hart dli 4 '
most of his life in the saddle.
Cam. of Heddick and W. A. Yongue spent
, fleeted his friends believe that he will I are not equal to the imported goods, has combined the phosphate Indus- from kidney trouble. These diaeatei art
and J. A. Thomas of Fairfield ......)Ir. Christian Ax and his charming -
rttlrct credit not only upon himself appeared but have a flavor distinctly reminding try with his sawmill business and left alarmingly on the increase,and they com 1
before the board in wife, visited friend in Pine last! few
favor of on so Insidiously that realize their
but upon thecouuty, whose i a ten-aid the eater of the famous Smith last Tuesday! with his family for
uniting the schools at point most Friday. Mr. Ax's home is iu Baltimore condition till life li actually dtof er.
are very near and dear to him. any Title brand ia Virginia. Archer to commence mining.........
put up In the early of kidney
stages dieu
con\enient to successfully establish but he is spending the season at
Messrs. Benjamin deserve credit Mr. Thos. Simpson, Cotton Plain' there may be headache backache
great in- .
I Executive Committee Notieo. and maintain ,a Junior school his delightful winter cottage The '
The members of the democratic High for the fabric they have reared and all round mechanic, left last Tuesdayin natural appetite, bad taste In the mouth,
: They recommended the location beat Meadows near here, where they have
dry or furred tongue, thirst dry lUa
executive committee of Marion coup there can be no doubt of their future company with Mr. L. C. Bell to 9t
Rou's well but been coming every winter for the strong perspiration ledimefit la the
would ba satined uriat
ty are requested to call meetings of success if the farmer will increase build houses at the plant..........All ,
eight 'Tis due the sincere tr unnatural feeling In Tiriooi
with location that the school past years. pant
their club or in the aUence of demo any
Cotton Plant is sad the disaster
his hog It is over the Don't
output. more profitable body. expect all these signs
cratic clubs a mai meeting of the board thinks best. After giving the kindest, open hearted generosity,
to pork than cotton it makes that fell to the town of Lakeland !yet to shop themselves. A* soon at
grow ; yon
p democratic voters ot their precincts, matter careful consideration the pretty, plain and pure disposition of
notice of
for of that town's any them commence at
Sunday night some once
sells easier and cash
sooner brines
for the of ,
purpose electing a member board declared itself in favor of establishing these wealthy people that they justly the me of Fou,', KIDS IT tats
Ir vf the democratic best citizens once lived here, and
executive committee day In the Success to the
the high! school, if it can. claim possibly the largest list of friendsof THOMU HIPLI, Blrbeck, Ill, wrtUn
r to serve on said committee for others have friends here who greatly
Florida Ice and ;Meat Com "
' be done without too much dissatisfaction ; Packing all oar northern visitors.........A I had a very bad cast of kidney trouble
tUMUius: two years, such meetings to with them in their
sympathize great and back
pany. The Record trusts that someday nj pained me w I could DOt
IM held at such time and without I number of people gathered at the
(prior to Feb. too great an in the state will loss.........Mr. and Mrs Charles Veal straighten up. The doctor's treatment
:7, I9IJ.I,) as the couimitteeman every county home of !Mr. Tom Perry Saturday
may expense. lid me no good. I taw Potxr' firmest
The have a similar institution in its were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
designate. newly elected or selected night and eujoyed several hours singing Curate advertised and
The board further declared that it one bottle
Barco last Sunday..COtton Plant
o members of said democratic midst. ..........Mrssrs.Jaek Ibrittan and which cured me and I have not beta
executive committee, as above would not establish the school at sucha will not furnish any candidates this
pr affected since. I
County Teachers' Asu lItIOft. Dock Simsof Anthony were visitors gladly recommend this
tided, are hereby called to convene at location, that all three places will 1 year, but will look out for the state remedy.
the court house iu Ocala The Marion County Teacher's Association in this community Sunday..J.M. .
on Saturday, have to be conveyed but declareditself It U a ample
r ; and count, 15 best interests at the thing to make your kidneys
Feb. 27, 1904, at 11 o'clock a.m.forvthe in was held at the armory Sat . Hieman, of Anthony, was here right when they are not ,
favor (if a majority of the primaries .. .. .Prof. W. D. ( aru'at badly affect

purpose of organizition, and to resident white tax of eachplace urday morning. Quite a number o announcement in last week's Banneris Saturday..........Esquire Allen Stevens ed; but It Is not so easy after destruction
provide for holding the democratic teachers were in attendance. well received here, where he has a of Citra, made an official visit here Lu set In. Foi ai'a bill Cni will
primary election favor i it) of locating the school
to transact :
snch Miss Nellie Stevens principal of host of friends. Saturday........ Rev. Frazie, of Cilia, cure every form of kidney and bladder
other business as may properly come at the most practical point to reach, trouble if taken early and It will glrj relief
before said committee. the primary department of th.OcalaHigh come out Thursday, returned .
considering the attendance of all I WEIRSDALE. 'riday'l even In the most hopeless cues. It

S. R. PYLES, Chairman. pupils from the three places and the School, gave a very interesting ........Col. F. Lang, of Daisy, Is an honest preparation mi will 4t ill

W. W. CLYATT"' Secretary. 25 d w expense of conveying the children lesson in practical kindergarten here during the week..........Messrs. J.I I bat it claimed for U.Poatofnce .

A Good Man. and maintaining the school. work. Her method excited much Miss Annie Johnson, the teacher of E. Thomas, Angus Munroe and Drugstore.FonrfSKlDHHCURE.

favorable attention M&yville school, has returned after a Halt bad an all day bird hunt Satur
)Ir. James L. Prnoak, who is a can. In view of the fact that it appears i
Mr. Robert Lowell read a val few day's visit with her parents at day kith fairly good luck.
didate for sheriff that number of very
came to Floridarom a the patrons and taxpayers
uable on the of Reddick.A PETER STANLEY.
( South Carolina of Fairfield paper importance
twenty years are opposing the Hikes Xldntvi and BU44ei R'.ht
recitations and declamations in public singing was enjoyed at the homeof -
ago and settled on a farm near Ocala, uniting of the above named schools,

> where be has sinre resided. and the board not inclined schools. Mary Gates and Vivien Mrs. Barriy's Sunday evening.

this time he has addition to During farming either of the places! to unite to againstthe force Dame, young pnpils of the Ocala There will be preaching services at .11111in111111111111111111111111111i111-II111111111in11111'" ''''''''''" '" " " " ,, ,,, ,"11i1111111111" '

_' run a carriage shop in Ocala. wishes of a majority of the taxpayers schools, recited very "beautifully, the Weirsdale church Feb. 14. We -- --r

Air. Smoak is a gentleman of excellent 1 ; that the resident patrons and which was an object lesson showingthat hope every one will attend. You Will Be Safe in Trusting to 3

Miss Harriet L. returned ::j
habits and splendid character. tax payers of the Fairfield school are Mr. Lovell's paper was along Simpson -

lIe is honest, industrious and charitable requested to meet on Fridayafteruoonat correct lines and that this feature of I from Shady Monday. 1 EXPERT PIANO DEALERS 1
i Mr. Victor Faver who has been
educational work has ,
' and is qualified by education and 3 o'clock of February 26ih at the not been neglected -

training to fill the office to which he school house and decide whether or in the Ocala public school. visiting his sister, Mrs. Cbas. Barry, r ....

aspires hould the people of Marioncounty not they are willing to unite their Mr. Lovell's paper drew forth from returned to Texas last Tuesday. r With Thirty-Three Years' Experience, 3
see fit to elect him to the position school with Reddick and Lowell a Supt. W. D. Cam some impromptu A party of twelve young people attended :-:: a
\ of sheriff they will never have location mostacceptable to the boardof remarks appropriate to the subjectand the Brass Band Concert at :-:: :-::

cause to regret it. He would make a public instruction. he stressed its importance. Leesburg Friday evening and pro- ONLY THE BEST ;

\ At this point in the meeting President L. nounced it all 0. K. ;.
splendid and painstaking: servant of That nobody be allowed to vote at == f +.

'the people. While there are other said meeting except a patron of the W. T. Gary introduced Sup Miss Bessie Mathews, the teacher ==

of Weirsdale school, made a short I AND ORGANSPIANOS
Sheets who made a excellent
Worthy men out for sheriff none arebWr school or a white resident, who pays very
two hours talk. He said that Floridais visit to her home in Martin, Saturday. r
fitted for the taxes real
ylace than J. L. on or personal property. -
Sm to be congratulated the Our northern visitors find the r- --
The treasurer's report was approvedand upon progress == -
her public schools have madein balmy air of Lake Weir a very pleasant =
the usual
Liv accounts ordered
puts have spoiled many pretty the put few years and that it change from the northern icy r.a
com xfone abd all of which will be given next we k. E '
uotblnglao completely stands in favorable contrast with the regions. DPENI GAMPBELL SMITH\! GO"
them as Ramon's W. D. CARS, Secretary. foremost in the southern state I'll !
TonlctReg tor. Just a mite of this ---- Damon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pel '
Owing to the lateness of the hour at 1

pleasant vejtaDie powder Ou retiring Come in and get a Ramon's Weather which Mr. Sheets fin bhtd his address lets, a complete, pleasant! scientific 5 Headquarters Jacksonville 4
paints the bl\, Fla.
Of \health almanac. ,
U the Like
on Ramon's Pills it the balance of the program was treatment for constipation and biliousness. r

cheeks. Lug tia box, 25c. Po&t- leads while others fellow P tofficeDrug I omittod and will form medicines 25c. -
a portion of 25 doses, two ,. 1Jlllllllllllllllll1111llllllllllll111
r office Drug- 8tore\ m Store. m J1 J the next meeting's program. Postoffice Drug Store. m : .lill.jl111'jllJ1illll1111"illt1L11! !!" !

- ,.




:":Siir11. -., .- -:-J--->.-.*lvlfs....*....>.iB.. a

," .xa. '++ r : :?''n" % 'n3" tia3 :
s ;.. : +. 3 i'( ; 'T.r ,. : n" ? n r



Ii' The paper "Of the People, for the People and bv the People." Y



f -

( From Wednesday's Daily. MR. BRINSON WITHDRAWS.Pays How Much GainDo


a Splendid Tribute to Mr. Cam assets show over last '?
" and Euleglxes Marian C.untJ You might be interested to learn on what terms you can buy,

Messrs. Broward Mijes Broome and the City ef Oaala. on the instalment plan, the five per cent. twenty-year gold

I To my Friends and Fellow Citizens of Marion bonds issued by the Company that
Brown and Jennings Make
I'I County:
] .
Addresses. While I have made uo formal announcement Has earned more for policy-holders

: oa 1 Jut who called the meeting for the of my candidacy for the Has paid more to policy-holders ,

I political speeches here last night or office' of superintendent of public Holds more in trust for policy-holdcn

why it was not given more publicity, instruction in the: press it has been
Than any other company in the world
we were unable: to ascertain; at any generally understood that! I would

rate, it is to be regretted, for we should aspire to this position.
For terms, addressMUTUAL ;
have liked our guests to have spoken You know the primary election has

4 l to a big gathering.But been called for May 10 and the institution r5he

i 11'f we hope we shall have this with which I am connected LIFE

pleasure as the campiign progresses. will not hold its commencement and INSURANCE COMPANY OF '

eMl'11'J; y hk As it was the court house was comfortably clone the school y.ear'until May ffe.
filled and Messrs. Broward, 'Ibis, you readily sea, places me at Oldest NEW YORK Larz

+ Mayes and Brown, candidates for & very decided disadvantage in make in b:: v;

governor, ; Mr. Broome, candidate for ing a close personal campaign. America RICHARD A. McCURDY. President WorM '

secretary of state, and Governor While numbers of my friends in CECIL WILCOX, Manager, Jacksonville,Fta.

Jennings, candidate for United various parts of the county have

States senator, presented their claimsfor urged me to run, despite the disadvantage 1Ar \AN .

_;:r these respective offices. to wbich I have alluded,
'1 he lateness of the hour at which
promising increased vigilance and
Absolutely.Pure. the meeting adjourned prevents us
activity, I feel that it would be asking -
from reviewing the speeches at length,
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE too mach of them.
which we hope, however, to do at a
If I should be a candidateduring -
future lime.
my school term and have no time

Henry Gordon. beyond the term the active work incident Cet the Baby one of our Pretty
of Mr. It is generally admitted that who to a campaign, it would
GAEL ELIZABETH l3AB .1S. local Eiitcr'JHAPPENINGS Little Herbert Smith, eon

: aud Mr!!. W. L. Smith, of Stanton, ever else is in I he second primary for weaken the efficiency of my school

ABOUT TOWN. was operated on at the h01lpital'1'ues- sheriff that Mr. Henry Gordon will work and at the same time I shouldnot CARRIAGESThey're

. day afternoon. He stood the operation be one of them. He is universally be able to do myself justice in

! Ocala was alive with candidates most successfully.Mr. popular, has a strong personality and the campaign.Now .

--- ---- attaches his friends strongly to my frieuds, with this expla .
Tuesday.Mr. Ben Rteiuau returned Tuesday very beauties and the prices are i
him and friend is an industrious nation which is your due, I withdraw
.and Mrs. F. E. Haskell went to from New York, where he has every way down.
cuudidaucy for the office in connection .
worker in his behalf. my
been for the two weeks purchasing -
: Crystal River Tuesday to epeud a fewda's. past Come and see,
with which 1 have been
the spring and summer good for Mr. Gordon is in the very prime of

life, is clear headed, cautious, painstaking DIetl tloued.I .
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the the Rbeiuauer and Bro's. si ore.
and makes an ideal offi:er. mot heartily appreciate the many
attack of la grippe.
cough caused by :Mr.: and Mrs. F. R. Pashley and
It heals the lungs. I'ofatoftk-e Drug little visitors Like David Crockett, he is first "sure kind words of encourigeuient and J. 0. PITTMAN & SON. j jbA
daughter were pleasant .
Store.: m he's right then goes aW .'' for all support which 1 have received.As .
to our city Saturday. :Mr.: I'al-hl"y
Mr. John B. Floyd, of Irvine, fa in its worth. to my reasons fw wanting the
vicd of the Northern &;
the city for a few days interviewing, In Dunuellou he is idolized, and office, they were go >.i and: sufficient,
Southern Lumber at Cor
bill friends. Company the easy and excellent manner in but unnecessary to be recounted here.I .

nell. which he has managed! that city, and believe I am exceptionally friJ
Miss Sallie Moore, of Chattanooga,
Mrs. Jack Camp expecting her from the most disorderly has transformed equipped for the peculiar duties devolving -
Tenn., is in the city visiting!!! Mrs.!!! E. .
sisters, Misses Jessie and Mildred it into a model in its respectfor upon the incumbent of this
I. 4Sel..on. ,
Nuruey,aud her cousin Miss, Annie law aud order, has given Mr. office.I .

The most reliable preparation for :. Xurney.of SuIlolK, Va., to arrive Gordon a name that Las spread over have Marion county and her institutions -

kidney troubles on the market is. Ocala on Tuesday for a visit!!! of several the county. very close to my heart I

.. # Store.Foley's: Kiduey Cure. Postoffice m Drug weeks.!!! His friends say he will da( as well and whatever I am or may THE[ FLORIDA! FRUIT l AHD D TflUCK[K GROEfla[ II

:Mr.: H. A. Carter, of Jacksonville, in the sherili's office and they are be I shall owe in a very large measure -
Miss Pauline Sullivan u visiting I
representing McMillan Bros.!! manufacturers I anxious to pUce him there. to the inspiration imbibed while OCALA, FLORIDA. I
friends and relatives in America,
J of the fituous turpentine a pupil of some excellent teachers in
Cancer Cured. One Year SI.CC-
stills!!!, icon a visit to this city and will Mr. W. W. Pfickdt,8mithvil1e, Ill. common ungraded country schools of] Single Copy 10.

Miss Carrie Bailey, of Moutjcello, spend several days here interviewing I I writes, Sept. 10th, 1903: "I had been our county, Inure than twenty years A handsomely illustrated magazine devoted especially to the

expected in Ocala Tuesday afternoon prominent turpentiuists. suffering several years with a canceron interests of the fruit and vegetable growers of Florida.,

to be the guest of Mrs. Clarence i my face, which cave me great annoyance ago.It may not be amiss at this time A special trial subscription e! sis moats Till be sent on receipt of
Miss!!! iary! Reardon left Tuesday and unbearable itching. ]I
25 cents
Camp. and I hope will not appear egotistical Stamps
wa using Snow) Liniment
over the Seaboard for a visit to her
Capt. J.. B.Martin, of Electra, was for a sore leg, and through an accident i. to say that I believe 1 have an
sister. Mrs. W. Pendleton in Savannah.
the prominent Marion I rubbed some of the liniment educational work in this: county not
among Miss Riardon will also
countyites'in the city Saturday, and on the cancer, and ,as it gave me almost : equalled iu some respects by any
visit in Augusta before returning instant relief, I decided to con !
C. GRACE."Successor
everything on the east side of the man in it.
nays home. tinue to use the liniment on the can .
is I believe more of Marion county's
Ocklawaha prosperous. cer. In short time the cancer came : to Central Lumber Ce.
result in Mr. and :Mrs.: A. R. Coborn, of out, my face healed up and there i is pupils have come under my direct Dealer In

Winter coughs if neglected.are apt to They can Michigan City, Indiana, who spend not the slightest scar left. I have tutelage aud more of her teachers Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,

consumption be soon broken up by using Foley's a portion of their winters in this city, implicit preparation faith, and in it the canuot merits be of this too have received at least part of their and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

and T.r. Fostofflce DrugStore arrived Saturday afternoon and are 1 1! training under my care than have Manufacturer of
Honey "
recommended. .
highly 2oc
50i and
_________ m at the Ocala House. They are re- $1.00. For sale by Anti Monopoly i been taught or trained by anyone Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

I .>4l* Mr. and Irs.1.: E. Robinson and ceiving hearty welcome from their Drug Store and Tydings & Company, else!!! that is or has been in the county.To Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

daughter, Rosebud, leave today tor a many Ocala friends. druggists.: m this county I owe my birth Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

Braidentown, St. Lyceum Attraction. place, the scenes of my childhoodand receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
visit to Tampa,
:Mr.: Charles A. Brown, head sales-
Clearwater and other The next Lyceum attraction will the recollections of my youth.To sizes. :Mail orders attended to promptly
Petersburg man for :M.: Fishel, has drained whatis
the west coast. be Frank Allan Peake, an entertainer her interests, educational and
places on known as Spencer's Pond and has ,
returned who entertains, at the armory Tuesday material, I have been and shall con
Rev. L. W. Moore home planted the same in celery. If any
evening, Feb. 16, 8 m. Reserved tinue to be true and devoted.
p. -
Saturday afternoon from a week'8attendance body wants to see a pretty sight they el
seats at ierig's Friday the I!. For Mr. Cam, the present incumbent -
at the Gainesville Bible should take a look at this place. .
Bishop I. W. Joice of the office, I can cordially reciprocate :! old. is
-- ------- -- says of him: Mary is :24 years Mary twice as old as
Conference. Rev. P. J. Reeves came in Tues I "Mr. Peake is thorough in all his the kind expressions for me Ann was when Mary was as old as Ann is
now. How old is Ann? I wasted a whole
Foley's Honey and Tar is best for day from High Springs; where he has work, and well deserves his enviable contained in his announcement.We night fooling with this hazy problem. After

croup and whooping cough, containsno been conducting a big revival for the reputation." may differ with reference to covering 18 sheets of foolscap with figures in
and cures quickly. Care. algebra, beonomety.'zooloey: etc., I discovered
opiates, last two weeks. He says the town Detroit Free Press. some questions of school policy but
ful mothers keep it in the house. -"Peake stands Ann was never born. If you get a different.
has never before seen anything like the for his clean, honorable and honest answer let me know.
Postofflce Drug Store. niMn. oc top as an entertainer; as
such an outpouring of religious fervor. I speech and song impersonator." administration, I have the highest
Sam Reed and children, who I Cleveland Leader.-"He admiration.I But this is no Problem !
one ot .
guestaof Mr. and Mrs. Mr. A. F. Bartlett of St. Peters-
been tbe i
have the best-an congratulate him and the
all county
round entertainer.
few weeks, burg, has not yet shipped all his or- from for the
E. K. Nelson for the past upon the healthful condition and If you will buy your clothing us next two
left Tuesday for their home in Chat anges and has about 4000 boxes banging Cured Consumption. weeks you will easily see a saving "of 25 to 50 per cent.
Mrs. W. B. Evans of Clearwater, bright prospects as outlined in his t
on the trees. He is waiting for a
tanooga,Tenn. K., writef: "Mj husband lay sick! announcement.It .

Mr. Hugh McPherson and Mr. Mc- big price. I for three maonths; the doctors stated will be a matter of personal ShoesShaeshSoesShoesWe : : :
men from NewYork Genial, big hearted Frank Jollywas be had quick consumption. We procured : :
Leod, two young pride to me to see the best city schoolin
Ocala Tuesday and in Ocala Tuesday and remained a bottle of Ballard's Horehound
reached in Ocala and in Marion
and the state so
with Messrs. long enough to increase the numberof Syrup it cured him. That was
have accepted a position six years ago, and since then we have the very foremost county in the state, have just received a large shipment ofHAMILTONBROWN
his friends. Mr.Jolly is now traveling
Mclver & McKay. always kept a bottle in the house. We educationally and materially.
freight and passenger agent for cannot do without it. For
In. Carmt and Miss Curme, who I coughs or Sincerely yours, .
I the Peninsular and Occidental Steam- I colds it hail no equal." 2c, 50 the winter in J. H. BBIN&OX.
have been spending : ship Company, which has an elegant! I gl.Oo a bottle at Anti-Monopoly Drug JII'and
Ocala with Mrs. Curme's brother, Store and Tynings & Co., druggists.m Are You Restless at Night.
fleet of boats running between :Miami: Leatbt;
will sell their "AMERIA. Men's Solid
Mr. E. C. Smith, have returned to And harassed by a bad cough? UeBallard's we
home in Indiana. Key: West and Havana! Port Tampa, )Ir. and Mrs. C. W. Perkins left Horehound Sprup, it will Shoes, Guaranteed to give satisfaction. For $1.38 JP

their Key West and Havana and Miami Wednesday for Petersburg, where secure you sound sleep end effect Four different styles to select from. Come QuicLT o

Miss Carrie Bailey, of Monticello, and Nassau. The booklet that the they will remain some time for the prompt and radical cure. 25c, fOe '

i .}.L.'1&., arrived in the city Tuesday line is distributing shows some beau benefit of the sea air. Mr. Perkins is and $1.00 at Anti-Monopoly Drug

afternoon and will spend several tiful and quaint scenes in Nassau, I a contractor and during his stay here Store and Ty dings & Co., druggisig.m THE BOSTON STORE?

weeD as the guest of Mrs. Clarence Key West and Havana and is certain was kept busy. He is a master In his FOII!c IjOJffiYANDTARCUl'CS

Camp.tf j ly a bidder for travel. profession. C-:".: Prti *2 Pneunwwl OPERA n01JSE BLOCK, OCALA,, Fwi n.1,


.1 s

....' "' J14iJ'.i' ... ( .' :
WIt y, a. --_,:: ] -ft "'..",l'v-' ff ',;ri; \....... :i.,....< :;. _< --- .....<.= ""V "' -.,.._ "



11t ,

COUNTY COMMISSIONEJ S. I II II tt appeared before the board and explained I through lands belonging to the above Alachua counties was granted. ............ ..-....... >J

the circumstances connected named persons situated in sections The financial statement of the clerk t ; "

Ocala, Fla. Feb. 1, A. D. 1901. with the trial of the said cause after thirteen and fourteen, in township fifteen was filed before the board. I till Goods Delivered free. Write for Price LIst. \l .

The board of county commissionersmet which the board ordered the constable'scost in range twenty in Marion county, The bill of Oscar Webb for $.0 for

in regular session this day Present to be allowed for $4.55; the jus- Florida, and the board and the said time served on the hard road in :Marion S

: H. W Long, chairman, and Com- tice's cost was refused.Mr. ing stated that' he was willing to refer county, illegally detained by said .

missioners E. L Wartmann. J. L. Ed- Hopkins appeared before the the matter to arbitration, and in the county in mittimus from justice of the '.

wards F. S- Lucius and N. A. Fort. board with reference to the crossing of opinion of this board this being a fair peace court Xo. 20, was referred to the :

The minutes of last meeting were some of his land by the Irvine and Or- and proper method of arriving at the county attorney for his opinion. :;

read and approved, after being amend- ange Lake road. By agreement with amount of compensation to be allowed Delegates to Stockmen's ConventionThe ,

ed. Mr. Hopkins, the matter was laid over for the taking of the, lands belongingto board received an invitation ,

Rock Pits Bought until the meeting of the board In March the above named persons for the from the Jacksonville board of trade to
: lk'G
Messrs. Long and Edwards commissioners next purpose aforesaid, the following resolu- appoint delegates to the cattle convention ?

Morrison, Must Move TussocksMr. tion was thereupon adopted: to be held in Jacksonville on the t
who had been appointed to examine -
lands of T. A. Lamb and reportto H. C. Morrison, who had hereto- Resolved, That this board hereby authorIzes 22nd and 2Srd days of March. The i

the board "the advisability of pur- fore been ferryman at Starke's ferry, the chairman of the board, board accepted the invitation and ap- I ,

appeared before the board and stated Hon. Henry W. Long, for and on behalfof pointed as delegates S. H. Gaitskill, J.
chasing two pits upon said lands to be I"
used for the repair of the Anthony hard that the ferry was very much clustered this board to sign a proper state- L. Edwards, E. L Wartmann Z. C.

with floating tussocks which had lodg- ment in writing by which the above Chambliss, CoL L. P. Miller S. T Sis- .
road, recommended
that :Mr. Lamb be
i paid $25: for two pits, one-fourth of an ed there, and asked the board to have matter may be submitted to arbitrationin trunk J. C. Mathews R. S. Hall. : 1

the removed and the ferry turned accordance with the statute in this It was upon motion recommended by -
,/ acre each upon the execution of a lease same .
him clear. The board being of state relating to arbitration, and that the board that the comptroller be authorized -
from Mr. T. A. Lamb to the said board over to .
which land is the opinion that it was the ferryman's the board hereby names Samuel R. to allow the redemption of lots
described as follows: 4
duty to remove these tussocks as Pyles, ESQ., of Marion county, Florida, 1, 2, 3, 9, 10 and 11 of S. W. Teague's
$ Two pits on the Anthony hard rock
agreed to in bid. refused to give the relief as one of the arbitrators T.ho is author- resurvey of lots 54, 59 and 60 of Cald- I ;
road in
i the s'.i of the swU of uw';.
asked. ized to act for and on behalf of the well's add Ocala, by the payment of
and in the n& of nw 4 of sw3$. sec 16,
Upon motion of Mr. F. S. Lucius, it board of county commissioners In relation $100. The board believing the best Interest ------4 ,-,-- V
tp 14, r 22.: the same being lands upon S k -
was ordered that the rules be waived to the matter submitted to arbi- of the state and county wouldbe -
pits have already been opened
t tration aforesaid and that the said subserved.Tax .
that road as I
and the material to ,be used for the and that.the petition asking a
the northwest of chairman of the board is hereby authorized Collector's ReportMr.
beginning at corner
t -county to maintain the Anthony hard
rock road. section 17, running east on section line ..and Instructed to sign a state- E. L. Carney, tax collector, reported S Old Fnrrp*tOrnf200. Old Miller Rye 11.50. MountainII"j

ment in of the to be Corn U,50.uB.ri1 ."' Rjc $tOO and Peach' Bttndift
of sections 17:, 16 and 15 to Santos, in writing matters J144 on account of licenses for Apple
The matter of damages to the property 16 be submitted to arbitration which will January 16, and $39 for January 30; $:!.t O to $4 00 Kentucky Prid. 13.20. BOW D> 4z Rye 13.:>). 1i
tp r 22. e, granted.The S
of Phillip Graham where the
heretofore contain also the names of the arbitra- also reported collection of $4S for poll nd Poatof lee or Express Monty Orders.
committee appointedfor
Blitchton and Ocala hard road crosses
of into the mat- tors and umpire selected by them and taxes and $S extra for January 16, and
the looking
the said Graham's lands near Ocala, purpose BOW !
file the in the office of the clerkof $60 and i
'was"referred to Commissioners Long ter of claim against the hard road ma- same regular $10 extra for January & COMPANY.

and Edwards for adjustment chinery purchased by the county produced the circuit court of Marion county, 30, 1904.

and read before the board the Florida for record, and that the sign- Reports of Justices 5

Milton Day Receives Quit Claim correspondence of both the committeeand ing of the said statement by the chair. The justices of the peace reported I 140 E. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1MACDUPP1

:Mr. W. W. Clyatt, agent for Milton of the board is hereby ratified and fines imposed follows J. X.
man as : Shedd,
that of the machinery company.The ....-...............
Day, appeared before the board and committee appointed at the confidmed by the board. $10; R. S. Shortridge $5; J. 0. Turnip- f

asked that the board execute a quit former meeting of this board for the Hard Road Extension seed $150; J. M. Barksdale, $55; W. O. i;

claim deed to blocks 30, 33. and lots 3 advisability Staid $166; Alexander Wynne $3; R.
of investigating the

purpose Upon motion it was ordered that D.
and 4 of block 34, X. S. S. Ocala and it Bullock. $201.
of reconsidering their action with X. Barco, D. II. Barco and Arthur I I HUBBARD &
appearing that the county had heretofore The following justices reported no I
refenence to the Orange Lake and Irvine Woodward be and they are hereby appointed -
- sold said lots and that the deed to fines
boarddo imposed in their courts: E. S.
recommend that the
road, a commission to mark out the '
block 30 had never been recorded, and Smith, C. C. Priest, B. F. Bouchillon,
not reconsider the action of the
Ocala and Dunnellon road from the end HEADQUARTERS
that the deeds to the other lots had no M. M. Proctor, P. U. Milligan, W. W.i i FOR
board heretofore made The recom- of the Martel and Ocala hard road to
. witnesses, and that said Day and those Jackson and H. W. Douglass.
mendation of the committee was adopted St. Johns church.
under whom he claims, have been in Treasurer's Report
I by the board. Upon motion it was ordered that J. E. AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE

'. possession of said property for more : The board thereopon adjourned until Thomas, George. Pasteur and A. P. Mr. T. E. Pasteur, county treasurer, ES4rct1I. i

i than twenty years, it is on motion ordered reported receipts, disbursements and
Tuesday, February 2, 1S04 at S o'clock.
I Munroe be and they are hereby appointed -
that the chairman of the board I .. balances as follows: S3 Mal.H .
., a commission to mark out the
t be and he is hereby authorized to execute I Road Fund- ut e 1 I III et
. Second Day's Session road from Pine to Anthony.It 4TI IK
; a quit claim deed for and on behalf Balance last report, 5c.; receipts,
February 2. 1904. was upon motion ordered that Mr + r.- :it .* r.
!r of the board to said :Milton Day for I450.SO; disbursed, $449.92. Balance, "
Board met. All members present. John L. Edwards, commissioner, be :ur.r. ii f "ntl
the lands above described. 93c.
I : Whereupon the following resolutionwas and he is hereby appointed a committeeof r' l'l I I... I r.. I 1rti
Mr. Long, superintendent of the poor County Proper Fund- Ti \-
unanimously adopted by the board one to in some manner dispose of : *** ,"- I. j .r
farm, made the following report: Balance last report $1.14 receipts, E EE I. r1q. V
" and a copy thereof ordered sent to the the rubbish in the jury rooms in the ; .\ EEE-M- ear -
" Poor Farm Report of the state $11S0.3S; disbursed $1181.29. Balance, r.
governor : court house.It .

tt' To the Board of County Commissionersof Resignation of Lucius appearing to the board that for the 23c. YeaResular 0 f :.J D.] g y

l l. F. and F. Fund- ...._...=.. _
Marion Florida Lu-
County, ; Whereas The Honorable Fred P. past two years Mr. C. T. Gibson of Gra- '- J";
the Balance last report, $115-.86 receipts Style 5,+W nor, HorM and CMU 5)141
Gentlemen; I visited poor farm cias has tendered his resignation to the hamville had furnished flat and ropes ;
Stays 11 in.or 6 in.apart Stays u in. er*la,apart
January, and found things generally governor as a member of this board of for the ferry at Grahamville and was at $904.35; disbursed, $1010.98. Balance .

L moving along very welL The superintendent county commissioners; his reason for this time asking for remuneration for 104623. Made of large, strong, hi h-grade steel wires, heavily galvanize; i 1

has hauled tons of rock off of so doing is that he is transferring his the same, it was upon motion ordered The board thereupon adjourned. Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practical.v e*"-'r

J the five acre block contiguous to the citizenship from his native county. that Mr. Gibson be paid the sum of $la H. W. Long, Chairman. lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it

negro houses and was nearly through Therefore be it, for the purchase of the fiat and ropes Attest: S. T. Sistrunk Clerk. Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle horse, hogs

breaking it up.for cantaloupes. The Resolved That we deeply regret the for the two years past. Which motionwas Thousands Hare Kidney Troubleand and pigs-

f oats are up nicely and look welL The removal of our friend and co-laborer adopted. ..

vegetables are doing as well as could be from this county and board, especiallydo Bonds ApprovedThe Don't Know it. EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED .,

expected amid cold waves and the late we regret that he severed his convection How To Find Out. the
following bonds were thereupon Fill a bottle! or common glass with by manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show \ r'n how
excessive rains. During the past month with this board of county commission your
approved by the board: water and let it stand twemy-f hours; a it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced. ,
the last of the meat hogs, ten of the rs. ,
H. Morrison, at Starke's sediment or settling
smallest raised were slaughtered, We cht-erfully recommend him to'our ferry.A. ferryman: -V indicates an Syracuse Chillec! Plows, Black Hawk and Eccnoy Corn Siseliars Yarslsl.

weighing net 950 pounds. Shoulders sister county. Lake, as an honorable unhealthy condition -
J. White, ferryman at Whites P of the kidneys Paints Oils Glass Dons Sash Blinds Etc
c' and hams weighing 310 pounds, were citizen; that Marion has lost a faith- ,
ferry.W. ; if it stains
.; placed in cold storage. There are 32 ful and honest officer.
H. Dudley, ferryman at Eureka .y your linen it is Hubbard & Macduff Ocala Fla
head of hogs to go over for another Respectfully submitted. evidence of kid

year. Upon recommendation of Mr. E. L ferry p rj ney trouble: too
If. C. Deas, ferryman at :Stokes' fer* frequent desire: to 1
Expenses Wartmann, Wade Gordon was appointed -
pass it or pain in
Superintendent's salary, S33; regular an employe at $3 per month to keepin ry.J.. the back is also COTOCALA
L. Hinton, ferryman at Sharpe'sferry. STRAUSS &
field hand, $15; extra help, $8.30; repair and take charge of Orange convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out of order.
cook, $6; washing and ironing, $4. Total Creek ferry, running across the Okla- What
The following road overseers pre- to Do.
$68.30. waha river near Orange Springs. There is comfort
the knowledge so FLORIDA
sented bonds with sureties, which were
Supplies-Plates and lamp, Sac.; A.Brown Upon motion it was ordered that this :afen: expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's SW Jnp- ,
approved by the board, viz: L. L.
S Root the
and Bro.. groceries, $14.10; Marion board do recommend to the comptroller great: kidney remedy fulfills even-
Priest, district Xo. 1; W. W. McCully, wish :n curing rheumatism, pain in the Wholesale orjd Detail Liquor Dealers.STRAUSS' V
that Eliza Simmons be authorized to
Hardware Co., $4.65; Rheinauer .
V. M. Seckinger. W. L. Jordan district back, kidneys, liver bladder! and every part
and Co., $1.10; East Florida Ice Manufacturing redeem the sw% of nw%, sec 17, tp 12, of the urinary passage It corrects inabi'ity
Xo. 2; W. A. Redding, district Xo. 3;
Co. for cold storage, $8.17; r 23, the same being certificate 294 of to hold wate- and scalding pain in pas' ,g
J. W. Perkins and T. L. Tucker, dis-
it, or bad effects
Tydings and Co.. $2.35: ; Mclver and August 1899 upon the payment of tie following use of liquor
trict tic 4. wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasaltnecssity
MacKay. $1.10. Total, $31.32. face of certificate, as well as the taxes cf
The notary public bond of F. J. Tit- being compelled tt go often ri
Total expenses for January, $99.62. without interest or cost. d"mng the cay, and to get up many times
comb with Dr. J. G. Baskin and J. L.
Credit for produce sold, $4.75. Mr. Anderson, in compliance with reQuest during the night. The mild and the extra-
Leitner, was approved.The ordinary effect of
Amount of expenses, less produce of board, appeared at the time Swamp-Root Is soon
Shooting Iron BrigadeIt realized.! U stands the highest for its won-
sold, $94.87. named in behalf of the Seckinger estate derful cures of the most
distressing '
was upon motion ordered that licenses eii.fi
'. Respectfully submitted, with reference to the ,crossing of If you need a medicine you should have the

II. W. Long. Com. in Charge. the sail estate's lands and after some for carrying firearms be issuedto best. Sold by druggists in 50c. andl. sizes.

the following named persons: J. M. You may have a sample bottle cl this I IX L
Upon motion it was ordered that ttte discussion between the said Andersonand
:Morrison, J. T. Hutchins, John Gamble, wonderful discc/ery! ;: 'IV"
chairman, Mr. Long, be appointed a the board of county commissioners, and a book that ;
H. A. Ross, A. M. Biiy, W.-F. Granger, tells g. :::?;::
committee to investigate the change in the following resolutbns was unani- more about It,both sent . ,
g Ossie Cason, J. T. Hodges, G. S. Pet- free .- .. .it.;0 .
t the Ocala and Blitchton road near mously adopted: absolutely by mail,
tew ay, S. W. Petteway, G. A. Pettewayand address Dr. Kilmer !& Home of [HEG1STEED]
Blitchton, Fla., now sought to be made, Seckinger Claim Will be ArbitratedMr. Co. sramyRoo.
Binghamton N. When
W. J. Davis writing menion -
: and to report the advisability of the J. Hollie Seckinger, representing reading this generous offer in this paper. .
The following persons filed bonds for
; same at the next meeting of the board. himself and Frances Seckinger, J. F. :
fire arms, which were laid over until BALTIMORE RYEFIVE
Upon motion it was unanimously resolved Folks and F. Seckinger, having appeared Great Opportunities in Mexico.
the next meeting of the board: Henry
by the board that the cattle now'I1ed before the board on this day and Fine investments for Americans _
Swindle, T. II. Mixson, D. T. Sherouse
? ()\\ by Mr. Clarence C. Priest, superintendent made a statement concerning the al- with little capital in Tabasco, the YEARS
{ W. A. McQuaig, E. L. Redding. OLD.Orders .
of the poor farm and now lowances asked for by him on accountof richest agricultural state in the republic
Pension Claims ApprovedThe
at the poor farm, being eleven head of the laying out and construction of an of Mexico. Large and small
following pension claims were
? stock cattle, be purchased by the coun- extension of the Martel hard road farms of all kinds and sugar and
approved, and forwarded to the pension
ty at and for the sum of $100, warrant Seckinger being unable to agree upon banana plantation Tell what you f I I
office at Tallahassee Fla.: James Car- t I ii,
; drawn for :Mr. Priest for the paymentfor the amount to be allowed as compensation want. Descriptions and prices can ,
t rington, :Mrs. V. J. Wilson George W.
said cattle. aforesaid the said Seckinger hav- be had by writing toCASUTO
Shaw, Albert Wilson and T .D. Lan-

Sam Hodge Turned Down Sfl-ff's ThisVeofferOneHunJred caster.It P. O flax 167 Vera Crcs Braes, Mexico.T., ; FO U D Bottle $ 1

Sam Hodge appeared before the was upon motion recommended by .k. 1 Delh'ered 2.90 1

board and made his complaint on account \ Dollars Reward the board that ei of lot 2 of block 38, Keeping up itjJReputation.

of what he claimed to be im- for any case of Catarrh that can- O. S. Ocala, that the comptroller be The citizens of O.*ala were first

treatment by the road overseers recommended to allow the EIGHT Bottle! ,
proper not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. redemptionof notified of the great Baltimore fire; $8 .0
and fine imposed by the justice of the said Dell'rerd .:
:' a land at the face value of certificates -
J. CHEXEY & Co Toledo O. i
the fire at Lakeland and the
f everance -
and asked for the refunding of
{ peace and taxes, without interest,

3 money paid by him as road tax. The We, the undersigned, have knownF. the board believing that the best interest of peace relations between Russia I.i i

board, upon motion, declined to giveN J, Cheney for the last fifteen years, of the state and county will be and Japan, through extras issued '<

p' the relief thus sought. and believe him perfectly honorablein subserved.A -- -
t e, from this office. But, then, the v ca owtas04x
\ H. Anderson appeared before the communication from W. H. ,
all business transactions and finan- Ellis
Ocala Banner has:to do these little
and and filed a protest of the Clark,
state auditor, with reference
'- cially able to carry out any obligations to compli- things to keep up its well established
Johnson Co., against the crossing
Rai ance with
chapter 5176
laws of 1903.
V 1' of*tte. nH of sw-U of sec 16, tp 15, r 20 made by their firm. with reference to forms for county officers reputation.The .

of the .ard road known as the extension WEST &; Taros Wholesale Druggists to
keep accounts of the funds of
-of\ e Ocala :Martel and Dunnel- Toledo, 0.WALDIO. the county upon, was duly received and scratch of a pin may cause the Filled Same Day Received

Ion roadX: The board appointed the KINNAK 4 MARVIN, filed for information. loss of a limb on\eveu death when

.:,. hour of 9 Oelock on February 2, 1904, Wholesale Druggists! Toledo, Ohio. Petition asking for a road commenc- blood poisoning may result from the J'J_ _

IF" i for the hearW of the complaints in Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- ing at the residence of :Mr. Burgess, injury. All danger of this may be WHITE'S

'- the case made\y the Seckinger estate nally acting the avoided, however, by promptly applying CREAM
: directly upon blood north on section line between sections WORMS I
;*; and Mr. Anders counsel Chamberlain's Pain Balm.It VERMIFUGE '
as was notified mucous surfaces of the system. 4 and 5, to where section line strikesA. !
f '- is an anticeptic and quick healing .. **
1 to a Jtwp
) appear \t time. Price 75c. bottle. Sold wr.
per by all C. L. railway, thence along and :
:1- it In the case _of M. state of Florida ruggists. Testimonials free.tbll's allel with said railroad on west side par of liniment for cuts, bruises and burns. For 20 Years Has Led all WraReasJJi t
For sale by Anti-monopoly DrugStore .
D. A. Jame 'General .
AgaInst Bullock
: family pills are the best. railroad to county line of Marion and C .OaT iLL :DaVGrGZDTS. \1
f. m b7- --4. :
; L 4 JAMES F. 8AL4RD, at. Lout.. t

iL iLt J JJ J

i .

: 3 >1 f: "" ;"'1 .t. c "'_1J%l.m..M1'S _e'.. "'"' ,, '" ._.<: '- -"'!- ..-':. .-- -, "jM I'!.. UPAGE

JS .... 4' '.-. -.d..:! _".. ___ '___. _ __ !_ -l--'I." ,--.'- t"ii, __ 4':! :::r.:. :: -' f" -- r' -

.'C, ...,,,,, "" .-...... .,., ...._.




l .

i The paper "Uf the People, for the People and bv the People."


.4...A.NNNraN. .
t : XXOLACEMEXTS.NN Ne:. Miss Ford's Party Tuesday. I GOVERNOR JENNINGS' OCALA SPEECH ing: the larger sum of one hundred The Rifles M nstrels. Are we having too much politics?

.eN.e..a NN.....1...... With Mies Emily Ford as hostess .! and twenty five dollars per annum A packed house greeted the Rifles Mr. I. J. McCall, of Jaaprr, li visit

.... a pleasant time is always a certainty I The people of Florida have honor. for their hire. minstrels at the Marion opera house log in Ocali.

FOR SHERIFF hereby announce myself a candidate and her party on Tuesday afternoon red Mr. Jennings as they have few In reply to the Kov rDor's "open let- Friday night and from start to finish

I for ihe office of sheriff of Marion county, ter" Senator Taliaferro, shows from Mr. Jack Jolly, who nan played IOU
: subject to the action ot the democrrtic for her guest, Miss Nevitt and Miss other men. was immensely enjoyed. The songs
all the world is at the Ocala l
If nominated and elected I promise to performthe Hitler's guest, Miss Rosenbaum, was 'I hey elected him to the legislature the Congressional Record, quoting were delightfully pleasing and the over

duties of said office to the HENRY best of my. no exception.The and made him speaker of the houseof from the volume and the page: that jokes side! splitting and provoked House.

abllitY'1 amusement for the afternoon representatives. the governor has been guilty of riotious laughter. Mr. H. H. Ellison,of Silver HpriDKe,

FOR REPRESENTATIVE. heart A Afterwards they made him the deliberately misquoting him. George R. McKean acted as Interlocutor spent Sunday: at the Montezuma a
was a contest. figure
To tAe Dtwijfrottc Voter of Martitn county, piercing
Fioridti fires ed : chief executive of the state. In the language of the Pensacola and was equal to a professional hotel.
was up as a man stunningly I
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the Journal, Senator Taliaferro's reply to
distinguished a position as were in fact all of the I
Occupying performers.
legislature from Marion county, subject to the and becomingly, and pinned on his Mr. H. A. Ford, of the Atlantic

democratic primary and solicit the support of coat was a large red heart. The young he should be extremely guardedin Mr. Jennings' charges ione of the Jake Gerig, Edwin Pittman and Coast Line, was in Ocala Monday la

my democratic friends CARLOS SISTRt'NK ladies one at a time were blindfolded his public utterances. He should I II I most straight forward and conclusive Pratt Morris with tbe tamboes and his private car.

Foa SHERIFF and each given a small heart, the certainly make no statements that public utterances that hag thus far Albert Gerig, Clifford Anderson and
announce my enriched thelituratureof tLe present i Those, who are the "salt of the
be sustained.Did Cnarley Taylor with the bones
candidacy for aherift. If elected I promise to object being to pin it exactly in the cannot were

cUcbarge the duties of the office faithiuliy,impartially center of "Reginald's" heart. This he do this\ in his Ocala speech? campaign and these charges made more than clever.A earth," will have not done their duty fit
and the
to best of
very my ability. against him have strengthened rather they leave unsaved the unsalted
said that Senator Taliaferro's
J.I.SMOAL contest was most amusing, some of most enjoyable part of the pro.

the young ladies pinning their hearts j I "matchless record" is a blank. than weakened the senator's "match- gram was tbe music by the orchestra ones. _____

SAIA ELISABETH RABBIS, Local Eiltcr less record" that Governor Jennings
He contradicted the statement The Jacksonville! Sun and Labor
almost on the opposite side of the composed of C. V. Miller, piano, L.

room. Quite a number however, almost in his next utterance.He persists insajing is "blank.." fi-hel i clarionet L. Goodsell. violin : Journal having a regular May. day

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. said that Mr. Taliaferrohad aud R. C. Alworth The picnic with the Metropolis.
were fortunate enough to pin their Mrs. Herbert Anderson Entertains at cornet. j!

hearts on Reginald's but it was proven cured au appropriation for the improvement Cards. piece by the madoliu club, composedof I!I -
Mr. W. B. Taylor, of the Baird
The show people certainly bad a that Miss Mona Hiller had succeededin of Biscayne Bay in the I' Arthur Clirk, Bennie Condon, i I i
Mrs.:: Herbert L. AuJers-ou complimented I Hardware Company of Gainesville,
: bad day in Ocala. being the Cupid of the occasion sum of 1250,000: ( and f40,000 for deep- Robert Miller, Harry Cline, Gus I
her faister-iu-law, Mrs.. Walter : pentSunday inO.aU.
and succeeded in piercing his Heart cuing the channel at Miami. Haley! and Walter Yonge, was an
Mrs. T. H. Haley will Itave tomorrow This in itself i is a magnificent L. Hale, of Lou is v lie, Ky., with avery L'OR SALE-Saw milt,boiler, engine all complete .
directly in the center and the gentleman appropriation exquisite production. -*- good as new,best make,capacity J to
for Indian Springs, Ga. and is placed wholly and beautiful card party yesterday The 5 thousand A Great bargain; AddreM, B.M.
in question was! presented to her solos of Messrs. Nash, Barnes, ALLIOS,Cedar Key. Fla. *.djt wit
afternoon from three six o'clock.
Mr. J. D. Buckalew went to Lake and she gracefully carried him off solely to the credit of Mr. Taliaferroby to Morris, the Geritjs, Taylor, Masters,
lr.Gt'O. F. Mr.Haiu
and Armstrongau
The aftetnoon was cold, rainy
the scene. the governor.But Martinot, Pittman and Andersonwere
Weir for few
yesterday a Roes of avannlth'lI ,ollliofDt
disagreeable but, nevertheless, all of two "
it seems that Mr. Flagler has
all five
and received
After this contest the
trip. guests were tile; guests were present, thus attesting citizens, were in Ocala Monday.
interests at Miami and Mr. Jennings
The bolo of Usher Norwood the
invited into the dining room where was !

Mrs. C. E. HerrickHnd children, of refreshments were served. The din. wants it to appear that this appropri- the great popularity of the hit of the show. Usher is only I! Helen May Butler's Ladle Military.

Crystal River, were in Ocala yester table ation was exclusively for his benefit hostess. twelve years old and has a voice of i Brass Baud spent Sunday In Ocala
iug was with a
very pretty Mrs. Robert L. Anderson who
and not for the benefit of the peopleof ; and left afternoon for Gainer
. lunch cloth embroidered in red rosesand unusual fine quality and besides bis Monday
, day.Mr. wore a handsome black and white
, and Mrs. 'S. W. Pelteway( in the center bowl of the elate. sweet voice is a captivating little performer ville.
was a large hall ,
met the ladies in the and
does the
of Florida
spending several Why governor and Mothers safely give Foley'aHoney
i, Dunnellon, bave.been Japanese magnolias.The possesses unusual talent. can
and of honor received I
the hostess
days in Ocala. attempt to raise a hue and cry against guest The "specialties" were all "up-to and Tar to their children for

party was delightfully informal one, who commercially considered at in the parlor. The forU"r looked now" and high above tide watermark coughs and colds, for it
I Liddou and was thoroughly enjoyed by the in silk and the or other Poatoftlce
Mr. Mallory came up yesterday I least, has been such a large benefactorto superbly lovely gray and reversed the old proverbthat opiates poison

from mish to spend a few thirty ;young people present. Utter ''as beautifully gowned in black I Drug Store inMr.
I the elate? "all i is not gold thai glitters"

. days with his wife. Just as the quests were getting But, as a matter of fact, Mr. Talia net and was v.riKiugly/ handsome. It glittered, every part of it, and :: D. S. Anderson, superintendentof

ready to leave a most unfortunate There were thirty-twoladies prtsent, Machine
the Ocala
of West ferro is no more responsible!! for securing Foucdry an I
Mr. Thomas Hoope+, was pure gold throughout.
and much regretted accident occurred. the for mostly! I of the! married bet. Progre Winks, who halt been laid l fur the
appropriation Biscayue! up
Chester, Pa., is in the city and is a The loral "bits" brought, down the
A dog belonging to the Misses Bay than are the other members of live wbist, .vh lh is s' very popuhr past ten days, ii aboir :U dutie
guest at the Ocala House. house and broke in the floors.
Izlar and one belonging to Miss with O'ala! the
society people, was again.
the Florida delegation and he is just as
The best all-rouud liniment, for both Htoteburyengagt"d iu a tight in thereception game fur the afternoon and fifteen --------
much entitled the credit for
to securing Ocala Rifles Minstrel Notes.
aud brast is Ramon's Nerve & I Mr-' J. F. Eiwar.1.1 wishes to Kin*
man mom Both dos were very the for the games were played. The markers forth
Bone Oil. Try 1'. .5e. Po-tolfiee appropriations improvement Owing to the lateness of the hour at cerely thank her friends atul her late
angry and in trying to separate them afternoon were white rings and
Drug Store. m the harbor the mouth which the minstrel was over on Fri husband's friends for their mauy
Miss Eulalee Jzlar got her hand bit- ; of the St. John, river and for the burborsat for each game won a bow of baby ribbon
i day night we were compelled to cut kindnesses to her in her hour of sore
dance to be giveu by
.. The leap year : ten. Dr. Izlar was sent for, took his Fernaiidiua Pensaco- was tied to the ring, there being
\ 'I Tampa, our notice short. row aud affliction.
'the young ladies takes place in sister home, dressed her Huger and I fifteen colored ribbons.
la, Crystal River and other places, as
Elk's lodge rooms tonight. I tlnuks the bite Mill not beseriou*. I he is for the harbor at Miami. I A two course lunch was Served after The sweet ballad. "You're as Welcome Queen Anne Hair Tunic cures

--- as the Flowers in May" as sung daudrufl and sores on the bead; ellil"
# The circus party that was contemplated Miss Ford's guests: were Miss Xevitt Mr. Tahaferro's home is on the east. the gamts; fitting conclusion to so
by Goldie Barnes, was one of the the falling out of the hair and pro
by the young |people for last of Toronto; Miss Watson, of Jack. coast while Mr. Mallory'a is on the beautiful a pirty. of the He woes; a luxuriant growth. Tydiux
pleasant surprises progr sm.
i night was called off on account of the !Iuvillliss Rweubauni, of Pitts. west coast and through senatorial: The first prize, two hand painted &: Company drug hton -
has a remarkably sweet voice. He
tr bad weather. burg; Miss Goldnauier, of EIiU t j bud never sung in public in Ocala Willumi, a progressive ciliztn of
town, Ky.: Mis Hill, of Concord, N. atefor suwsof of Rochester, N. Y. The second
,; Mr. P. V. Leavengood, business appropriating money and everybody was charmed with his Alacliua, passed! through the city ye*.
C., Miss Rounsaville, Rome, Ga., prize, a burnt wood book rack, was
for cities towns and rivera in the district -
niauager of this paper, went down to singing. terday en route to Ocala l where L.
Mis*Hugh*, of Trenton, S. C., Miss supposed to be represented by cut for by Miss Lillian Golduamer. of
Duunellon yesterday afternoon on a "The Song that the Anvil Sing" was railed on business. Mr. WIHUn.i
i Bailey I of Mouticello; Mrs. Hirsch, Mr. Taliaferro are credited to him, Elizabethtowu, Ky., and Urs. N. M.
business trip. was sung by Arthur Masters tins I states that the ottou season I*over at
of Cumberland, Md., Misses: Hiller, and for cities, towns and rivers in the Allred anti was won by the former.
i was also his first appearance in Ocala. Alai-hua, but it h** hero a mot
The Epworth League will give a Weathers, Dye Harris, Violet Harris, western district, are placed to the Mrs. W. V. Newsom received the
: His voice is a baritone iud is very prufil l om .-Haln* vill., Sun.
'Valentiue Social" tonight at the Piatt, Crook, Potter Gry, Eageston, credit of Mr. Mallory.As booby, a box of bon bons.A .
sweet and wu ical and his singing
1 residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Izlar, EloIse Izlar, Smith: Barco, we have before stated Mr. Tuliaferro Mr. F, E. Hacked, WQU bu ben
Pleasant Dance. was one of the best of the evening.
ClarK. __ :Mrs.: D.S. Woixlrow, Mrs. G. R. MeKeao is due, at least, to a part of the away for the pa>t threwwetk*. took
One of the most enjoyable events of The coon songs of Gerig brotherswere
t A little sou has arrived at the homeof Mrs C. V. Miller, Mrs. dlory: credit for securing the Indian war his steam hunch froru Jacksonville to
the week was a dance given to the heartily enjoyed as wa also
)Ir. and Mr*. Hora.-e Harold Mr. J.iddonIrs.. Clarence Camp and claims and the pensions for the survivors Cedar Key and now has It at Crystal
contingent Friday Clifford Anderson's song, "You Can
Mrs. Jack and Air F. L. younger society River. Liter h. 'llIlak,
Harold he is a fine little fellow Camp !! of the soldiers who participated it to LakeWeir
says : evening by IiIuy de Cottes in Just Kis Yourself Goodb).." The
of him. Watson. in the Florida Indian where be has purchss.d proper
and he is very proud wars.!
--- -- honor of her guest, Miss Pauline Sullivan parody hitting Roosevelt brought
--'- Boochie's German Syrup. Do these things sustain the governor I ty. _
Mrs. Ben Bellof Jacksonville and of Ocala. The spacious: parlors forth great applause aud hi* lilts at
i We cannot understand why anT in his contention that Mr. Taliaferru's Footer McCantu, a color*J man from
of Danville, Va. of this home were artisti- Stockton aud Taliaferro were
Harnlin, hospitable!
,, Mi s Ramey person sutlering with a cold or throat '
f' : "matchleus record' is a blank? Montague, was brought Lt-forJualk.
are visiting Miss Daisy Bell aud Mr. and lung trouble will neglect to pur- cally decorated in palms and ferns, thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated.The .
According to the of Governor Wald Monday afternoon
on a chargeof
I Bell. They will be in Ocala several chase a bottle German Syrup, sold and the dancing lasted: until a late joke gotten off on the editors of ..
In all civilized of the world Jennilo speech by the (Star he said embezzlement! but on account of
I Ij parts hour, when delicious refreshmentswere the Banner and the Star, the one on
'< weeks. .______ without a single case of failure. he is criticised for vetoing the educational the absence of important witnesses
j who has been : served. Among those presentwere H. C. Groves, Dr. Daniel, E. T.
)Irs. T. H McKoy, There are thousands of consumptivesright bill that would have given i the case was postponed until next
brother Dr. William : here in Ocala that give Boschee'sGerman : :Misses: Puline.Sullivan, of Helvenston, Ardis Waterman and
of her .
the guest I $15oo10 to six state institutions, r Monday morning.i ;
Anderson and his family for the past I Syrup the sole credit of their Ocala, Carolyne Hallowts, Willie several others were especially enjoyedand I
which had eleven
morning for oeing alive today. Ask the AntiMonopoly only graduated Talfair, Elise Hilts, Janie Crabtree, nearly brought down the hou e. i I have used Cnsm\)-rhiQ"'s Cough

r two weeks, left yesterday Drug Store. Price 25 and pupils, while 75,000 school Childrenwere Remedy for a number of years and
X. C. i Hollingsworth, Helen Willard Cooper,
;. her home at Wilmington, 75 cents. 2 famishing for this money. Auction Sale of Caws. have no heiitency in saying that it .U

I --- ul<'utt Mr. Jennings said of St. Augustine, Lydie Clark, Julie I! the best remedy for cougo, cold and
Rifles' Minstrel snow Hurd the Great Magician. I Messrs.: Ferguson & Co., told at I
:; The Ocala Alma De I
De Lacey, Dolly Armstrong, coup I have ever used in my famiiy.
Dunnellon yesterday I Frederic Hurd will be in his public schools' then the higher auction Saturday nine milk cows I Ii I
: went down to seen institutions." Cottes, May Coachman, Annie Wil- j i I have not words to express: my eon.

afternoon and showed there last I marvelous tricks at the Armory Monday Iud, Mary De Cottes, Annie Stocktonand ranging in price from forty to sixty confidence In this rt'mtd1lr. J,

:r night. They drew a big crowd and it j I If night. At the time of his veto the govern. :Messrs.: Fritz Franz, Hay Liv dollars. Tne balance of the herd was Moore, North Star, lich. For tale

or said that he was anxious not to & Co. who | by Anti Monopoly Drug Store, ru
f our Dunnellon friends were delighted Mr. Hurd is very highly spoken of Livingston, Leyden Haynes, Dick left with Messrs rftandley ,
t .
1 ; with the performance. i ir by the newspapers wherever he has veto this measure and only did so Telfair, Tom Lund, Ray Knight will sell them either at public or II I Mr. H. C. Martin, of Ft. McCoy,
because the constitution left him
; -- I I been throughout the country and his no Talvande D J Cottes, Eugeae Bur private sale'. Atone period during was in the city Monday, on hi* Ray

r E. Mc undertaker, went I other alternative.The sale I
Mr. V. tricks are wonderful. ro'lghslVilliam Candlish, John Tel- the progress of the Saturday I I home from the southern part of ibe

to Juliette yesterday to have the body II j!, ibis attracticn will be under the governor also claim immense fair, Floyd Hopkins, Frank things became more spirited than couty, where he preached Sunday
Annie E. Estelle I credit for for the hire of the
of the late Mrs. auspices of the lyceum. Tickets on receiving I Telfair Knight, Andrew E1lI8'I I was put dawn on the program.: Two Ocklawaba church. Mr. Martin had

shipped to Boston. The body was 1 sale! at the Po&Uttice drug store Saturday -. convicts $600,000: when the state formerly Wright Ellis, Frank Holt, dogs got in the enclosure and the been appointed colporter: and orginlz

embalmed several days ago and will morning. got only $ 5OOO., De Cottes I twenty five cows took after them of the Marion
t e Cottes Lee Cox, Hunting I er County Sunday

be shipped today. Tickets for Allan Peake, who will Everyone knows that this larger and Elwood Hemming.-Times- bellowing in a manner to beat the School Association.Dr. .

amount received for the hire of the I band. The took refuge where a
Pattersou, a Confederate speak at the Armory Tuesday night, Union.
Dr. 0.8. convicts! owing to the improved > A. K. Hawkes and his niece,
member of Company D. will be on sale At the same time. crowd of men were standing producing -
Veteran, a condition of the turpentine, phosphate Death at Juliette. I stampede. Miss Helen Cundy of Atlanta, had
S. C. Volunteers, Kershaw'a a very lively
2nd regiment Mysterious Circumstance.One and other state industries, Mrs. Annie E. Estelle, who his been --'-'- I been pleasant visitors to Ocalaor
j4 brigade, McLaw's division, and sallow and the
was pale
which have caused a scarcity and resident of Juliette for nuuber ofyears A Hapy Birthday Party. several days past. They were rush
Longstreet's corps, Lee e army, was other fresh and rosy. Whence the
1t the
< us yesterday and showed us difference? She who is blushing with consequently a larger: demand for died at her home there Tues- Saturday afternoon Master Julius deligbted with this section
in to see
-: :" he carried through the health uses Dr. King's New Life Pills labor and not from any extraordinary day. The deceased was about seventy Brown entertained twenty-eight of ( state. Dr. Hawkes says tu* Silver

a packet-book to maintain it. By gently arousingthe friends the day being his Springs U oue of toe :-ondsr. of
is his
and a dollar bill issued by financiering on the part of the gov- years of age and her death greatly boy ;
civil war lazy organs they compel good digestion and The host assisted by nature and should be ,6y everyone
in that birthday. young
Houth Carolina in 1851. ernor. As a matter of fact, we are regretted community
state of and head off
the constipation. *
Mrs. Jake Brown and his who visits Florida. el return
she known. hU mother, ,
informed that affidavits are in was
Dr. Patterson was in the first and Try them. Only 25c. at Aeti-monopoly -

second battles of Manassas, Gettysburg drug store and Tydings & Co. mfOLEYSTIONIYANDTft.R existence, which declare that insteadof I Mrs. Estelle was a woman of strong much loved school teacher Miss to Atlanta Monday,,, -, -

t :r. and other battles and carries on I of receiving one hundred dollars per character and was a large holder of Sbarpe time, gave and his young needless friends to say royal they FOLET !! T!!

':: his body many scare as souvenirs of annum tor the hire of the state convicts I phosphate properties. good I !;

. r: '; those piping times. for"Ud.- .>. tins .. a-oI....... the governor rejacted bids offer- The funeral will take place today. J spent the afternoon moet happily. "



.. _" ,'- ,...oi.._.- '' 'ii'! -..-- """.};. _.IP..,..e xanc+ =err $ i..

o ..;;t", !!!, ..
"..-" ._' ,, < '.'.
'" .. _, -
"" '. '_: ." '. 'i"" 'f '" '


1 F



; THE OCALA BANNER 1 THE OCALA EDITOR. ciioioms.enjoyed .

Senator Taliaferro of Florida, hu In the following exquisite little boa The political d-bat AC Largo last \

" ... I I iatrodaceiintoeongreaaa bill to appropriate qaet he Bartow Cracker voices the Thursday was a !spirited aftair. The Journal publishes today oa 3- We p4eaat&ea eats Wed
niTZ ..1222,2i
;; I )(Alfred tit. Clalr-Abrama, candidate other Senator Tliaferro'4 replyto . JZ':>,GM) for a preiimintry sentimeata of many of the native, page
f. Pr 7.ei7ea...a.. 9r d:'"iN.1Sr.VA '. i tor attorney general, unlimbered the open letter recently rddre.rd didate for Called hater vaater firs

t .. survey of a feasible route tit a e&oala timoa pare, all wool democrats of Daoaitte May.aad Mr.
his heavy oratory and bombarded to him by Editor Funk Harris of the Napeioa B.

s rc s Florida for the largest oeeaa- Florida: Broward esadbhte.bt
i'- : governor
t.r I Governor Jennings somewhat Ocal Banner. The space occupied by ,

r3N I going teaiier "Wear supporting him for re-elee- I warmly for appointing Mr. W. H. the senator's! reply w paid for At regu and Mr.Jaaes E. Brnoa*. eu4Wat.

: -7itt.; !I The Constitution -, the aiu- I of
al fur tu.
Klllt Mr. Whitfield secretary
I tion becaane it is a democratic cos j to succeed as advertising rates jost aa all similar

f 1. i itk. I ton for the carrying forward of this I ton acd a democratic principle to give |I I i attorney zenf'ra.l and said it was apart space baa to be paid for by merchants Governor J *auf* to m esee.....

1: canal project, tot it preferred that the nealth aaJ k att4d .
I senators a eeeond term when worthy. | of a scheme to land be governor budiues-i men, and everyoneelse wits ... ,.

,.. j' ( .. I It Florida meniU-r of co&, sasboald "We believe him worthy b-caase be : mine senatorial offic. He t-aid who wuhea to reach the readied salt of hu ctropitgalcj tour up i.

-; I Ir take: the initiative in the matter, aswas has proven by hit record that he is devoted the con=titration prohibited the governor I public not only in the Journal, but in the present mwwet sad M >ofuia.'

becumin,.. Bat now tht senatorTahaferrobu of hid eleeUaa.Mr. ,
to pure democratic principles from being a cndidt to succeed all ether well regulated newspapers.

i it is t introduced a bill to begin and earnestly labors for their advancement. himself to prevent the very 2feVrrtheies this fact does not detract Mays (4 aoc !.-. n.I_io'. H*

ir the project we would like to see g|
r, MOTTO; THE BAJXEL, BEUEVT.VG every senator and representative from "We believe him worthy oe tune hebas ..y tkin;; the gubernatorial tlce apolitical Taliaferru'd letter and, while the Jour- bin county; hM the IBeltt ..b-nag

F. 1 7BAE.AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO theses and gulf-ooard state srett+e-
iafurmauoa ton .
r proven by his record that be PfJ8- machine. nal ia net interested la thatmab's gentie- 'fMI' m W"l"1onda
r TAKE CAKE Of THEX3ELVX3, HX3 h'ai it and posh ii with ail vigor and wniefaingBtroug 11., H
I seers ample aUiity. Mrr-rs Broume and Kirk made political fj.-tuues, it is nt:' r. rays daiil ItQ4h
r WITH THE COSfMOS PEOPLE; tasiatenee. 41 W.. believe him worthy baa-e be I speecheaprisenting their eUion forsecretary these frauk&, a-imil that Lu reply tu r, aad bu wee. mL Is+r4.Ae.,

A.TO I'll FIGHT WILL n HADZ FOB Apart from the prime necessity to has proven by his record that his in- of state and General Allen! the<:uargeit made agaioat him by Mr. oa, Madiaua Waakatlifiuwanueeaod Taylte.

THE BBTTZEXETT OF THOSE AT THE the south of ih-i btiimiao canal, ere Thomas announced for other Mi44)i> Fpri.
- fl:je&ee is felt in the august body of his caodidaey Stockton and (Juvruur Jennings i*

l 2>TTox.- can think cf no great public national which he is a member, and that by adjutant general. one of rue molt Biraiguiforard and countie*,*iil fottow Tirynimiljoo tAM

t. -- work more to desired by the south! reason of his high standing; he has Hon. N. B. Broward, candidate for conclusive public utterances that hu heel of Jetfermoo, aDd .b. .apestr t*

... FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12 1*'4. era eo-ul states than the building of and can secure more for his people' governor, favored the pnmary and thus far enriched the literature of the let; Urge a
this ship canal aero Florida. It than any of his opponent railroad commission bills and if pi eeent campaign.: tioa of the state aad a large vet. It

Ff f By the way, what hu become, .of will mean ravings of enormous value "We believe him worthy because he elected governor vowed that he would It would now seem to be np to Governor South Florida H* iiys the p Utkal

< the Waika claim? to our cummerce, coastwise and baa: proven by his record that he baa veto any bill impairing the same Jennings and Mr. Stockton to skies hold out for Dim a raiatov *f

t. Heoator Tallaferro soma to Know- ocean-goiag. These we have already the interests of the camoion people of fls ad voted reclaiming and canalingthe either take a new tack or lay in a supply romiae.Mr. .

r. how to make a speech u well aa folly exploited in these columns, but his state at heart and works for them everglades.! He contended that of fresh material if equator Taliaferro's Broward U aIM! "" oyaa( watt

writ l tUrs.JlDO hose eitiea that are seaports acd havea continuously and successfully."We Mr. D4 viii' record as a railroad attorney record" is to be the steppingstone hope. He claims Danl, HuIksseoq

direct aUke: in this matter should : believe him worthy because he unfitted him to sit in judgment by which either of them pro. and Munroe. H.baa ma4. a pr.e..
, looka like the next demot' bestir thmrives and
at onee wre to bas his record that he in ia where the al of all the .
proveu by any matter railroad and punts to climb into the United states:: caovaoa oit&M asr .otMand
cratic will be -Hearst, hump it that will
slogan coareM!! lack no argue
clean and honest and can be trustedat the people were at issue. eeuate. nether they failed to state extended bin eaavu M fr asPenastula

and harmony" ment calculated to advance the enterprise any and all times. Col. Bob said u won as he was their I and 1. thwwCai p'a.eed
case properly fully, or I
- rienator Cll i* out with a fut of until u U an accomplishedfit. i "That be will Le re-elected by a fleeted to congress he immediately whether the senator ia a better masteror as 10 tbe standing of ease at tic era.didates .

'_ appointments aDd will vial () ala on splendid majority we have not the resigned as counsel for the Florida the English language than theyare ana la entirely MtMUd wii.

f the 27tb lIt Yeeruary.The President Roosevelt has b' eu into least doubt." railway and had devoted his time the fact remains that he appears kis prospect.. He 'f'hh tt.lt

Vlted attend at \VilmiIAD
: a
: banquet exclusively to the duties of the office considerable personal "ledge sad kI.steBttnia,
aullIB Caller A Knock Out. the beat advantage in
Metropolia ; DeL B the of Rigvlar
on January ,
of congressman and he had served upof the ytwatloo i. 8M b..S feat
but la not leaning la the dio.et 'a of which Is to Senator Taluferro's! reply to G.ivernor this little preliminary skirmish and
inaugurate a wovem.nLfor
the railway simply' in his capacity a39. over sanguine,, 'tis.
either of the other eandidate9. canal the Delaware Jennings' "open letter" attacking hilt "record' has been strengthenedrather
a .blp to connect lawyer, aud said if it were shown! As the friends of Mr. DAntiN )fr.
than weakened by their atiak.Pensacola .
the latter' record certain
It la now eenia thai tb!: U:1*l bW and Cbeaap tKe bays! hennsylvaou that he had ever done a dishonorable Brown are alto eoofWeet IBM pfiotaryu
in the United states senate Journal.Our .
New Jtr_ Delaware measures
will pUt 17 a Urge jorUy. It will y, Maryland thing as a public ofiker he would certainly going to regirtr a Mf,...,
conclusively disproves: every chargethe I
,. lie Immensely:zaj irU3i to tiia trade and Virginia are reprtsented in withdraw from the r&ce for governor.At Putty Weather for some one.
has made. Governor
and traffic: of b* .,.rid. the movement. If the business uieur governor tne conclusion of his speech, Though not so nominated in the -

>f Ihfnts aUten lee Wisdom and profit Jennings placed great stress upon laiiaftrra large.
Mr. Harry Peeple, in a remarkably
aril calendar the of the bird the
The .AtUbt6 J ec.tLa2 "im lit- in that canal bow much more should quoting the "biot and page," but the song ,
humorous speech, presented to Mr. The people who bad MaN tIKI Mr.alia'crro .
tie-Florida newelrspet4 efteStea togiveidvketo the south Atlantic and gulf people get senator's reply, which appeared in the budding flower, the unfolding leaf,
Devil a "bib/ rattle" which elicited was out muss .f a speaker
The dUtinjuitbed : the breath from gulf and ocean, all
Mr. Brytn. togetherand rest not until the FlorIda Times-Union of February i, together
much laughter. were very ree\t4y; a Ile
rprise4. a.
remind that
leader i* w doiw very bip canal U con.tummated with the governor's letter, plainly us spring in upon us.
There was a tilt between ex-senator In our hammock the tall hickory, made a strong, 8ea'lit.W, BMftiy aa4
rrrattroL Atlanta Constitution. shows that he either wilfully or unintentionally
Call and Mr. J. N. C. Stockton and the oak the eloquent speech,. and it wu (|nit4
W tlmtns- spreading majestic magnolia -
In the trial ul Mi. Helen" -- ---- misquoted the record.
tbe Utter gentleman and Senator evident that the rajonty .f tk...
Poet it WH brought out that ""At.AAn What the BrewaU. Bill Will do for Senator TaliafWro himself\ quotes the and the ambitious dogwood,
TlLlilLr rr'). present were in aeeofd with hi. ".*.*.
treatment" i. a eurt- !J. It will the Firmar. "book and page" of tbe Congressional are already putting forth their regal
The gentlemen all spoke without The dbiioguUbed senator ma4
make hair grow <,a tai i.t ads; newIponoI4turx'W There U a bill introduced in Record, which shows! that he has coats of green, and the modest violetis naif
congress notes and the speeches were flavored covering the with its friends and vote by bte .......ut tM
hedges beauty
grow JOQD/, by the Hou. Walter P. Brown voted with his party upon every
and all *;rU of miracle. with enough spice to make them and fragrance. people: here. He la steadily I.a
perform question before the senate
boar, i>l Tennei-nee, and the Hou coming :
entlrelyenjoyable. strength in this wte6.'tWHtC
I Well,the Oc.l a B tm-r bat come Jacob H. Gallinger, member of the during his term a* senator. includingthe The woods present a lovely panorama ait Hitlsbor<,ugh Press.Pnitinggoodnl'I .
A who said
gentleman was present
and the churches in the
Tallaf.m/it city
ootforR-MrrtW. DavL, financial question. Senator TaN
*!pate from New Hampshire, approprUllu4 -

nmningmate, ard the 71mr-L'nion, i2 l/J.lro ou the part of the iaferro ia indebted to the governor for that senator Taliaferro's speech commanded last Sunday were a picture scarcely ) GM. Ftnl'y. who

Fagl'fV repro riemwrticprotege. paper'. national government aa uatioual aid the opportunity to write the best the utmost I&ttenti"ulind the I less oeautiful. The ladies wore their is tottering under the ja..It, .,
flowers and applause seemed to be
The News-Letttr iredictedit in building wagon roads. .This money campaign document that has yet appeared handsome spring gowns:, the windows years, on the pea-ioe hit, w.M"

months ago. Kubaldized you (say? I ft to be apportioned among the states in hisIDtl'fe8t. Tbe senator's largely his way. were all open and vernal zephyrswere place to the credit, at hail ia part,

Ob, nut Of course not.-Bileview according to their population, except reply is couched in respectful and There were more than! a thousand softly blowing.It to r nator Tahafvno..d>t4. tM
at the .
and present gathering.A was a charming scene of Area- more Taliaferro is used tIN
; NewsLetter. that LO ute shall receive I less thanEach dignified language is still further of fItOft

U.I.. evidence of his eminent fitness for Thousand Dollars Thrown Away diau loveliness and inspired the pule there is, fouud to bias
of the city council
The action state receiving national aid the position which he has so ably Mr.V, W. Baker, of Plainview pits with eloquence and adoration.All -
an ordinance authorizing
Arcadia parsing
filled.-Gainesville! gnu. Neb. writes wife had of which reminds us, especiallyin
I the mayor to call an election from the government mutt add alike : "My lung

r to bond the city for public improveruf amount in tbe sum received. Lead poisoning---often -results from trouble for over fifteen years. We view of tbe ugly weather of tie :

, TbU will therefore the tried a number of doctors and spent past few weeks, that the following ECZEMA
nls Is a Up towards progre!. caud spend the absorption of lead in email qaan-
lint-s are nut only poetical but are
The ordinance for bonding It in the ing of W .(JAJJIJU for roads and will titles from water kept in leaden vessels over a thousand dollars without any

build from 6,000 to 7,000 milts of food relief. She was very low and I lost true:
:- urn of FM,',$). to be divided, I12.W) or kept or cooked in vessels -
all hope, when a friend suggested try "After the darkest mid night
splendid road and will
place in each "glazed" with lead or the us> of wine
$13i ing Foley'd Honey and Tar, which I The dawn again win floor; The World's Greatest
state from 100 to 500 miles of tine "
8w te1Jed" with the same metal. And after the bleakest winter,
I did; and thanks be to this great rem-

jvloj. Every progressive citizen of bard road, which will not be affectedby How to treat such cases and poison. edy, it saved her life. She is stronger Will ipnng-tide flowers blow. Skin

I hhouM take a special pride frost spring!: rains and on hkh ings in general, ia told in "Poisons and enjoys better health than l she "But we would not love the blossoms Humour.
the towu If every month were May;
: In voting for all three of the provisions the farmer cau haul the year round.It Remedies lJ1, one of the series ot medical has ever known in ten years. We And we would not heed the sunlight -

will be shall never be without Foley's Honey If it were forever day."
_Arcadia News. a great advantage to those handbook being issued by The
and Tar and would ask those afflicted Affects Every Age and
... -- ----- -- -- -- living near it, but it will be a far Mutual Life Insurance Company of to try it. Postoffice Drug Store. m Farmer Mays.

greater advantage to the whole coun New York. It will be sent on request -
Pistol Practise Farmer Mays' candidacy for governor Condition.
try because it will make everyonewho to any who address the Home No More Circus Parades.It .
Is becoming more women. continues to meet with
The popular that among should aeea this road ana who uses it Office of the Company, New York is claimed that the circus trust ap-I -
reason given is a woman
preval and support all over the
know how to use the pistol for self pro want more road JUet like it, and it City. ___ ._ __ has decided to do away with the
I tection. The theory should be carried The farmers have I somehow got it The Only Sure Cure is
farther. Where will cause more roads just like it to Japan and Russia. parades. A meeting waa held in Ohio
a woman ris into their he%ds that it ia about time
; i in danger from assault 1 be built. The vigor with which the war! in recently by the managers of the great
once she is in danger from that they had a representative in the Cuticura.
disease day of her While under the Brownlow Bill the far east is being prosecuted is up shows and decided to do away with
governor's chair and they will probably -
life. Women tbe building of 6,000 to 7,000 miles of to this time something remarkable this feature owing to the crowded -
have not only to avail themselves of this
opportunity -
run the risk of I splendid road U a great thing, yet it : in war ancak. streets and the cobweb of wires that If there were not iMifcer extent

diseases which seems to many that the greatest advantage The area of Russia covers one infect the streets of cities. They to get one-Pensajola Journal. akin disease known ectMta wwW bit a
threaten husband, + Not only the farmers, but businessmen : .amcieCt ln"lctboa 011 mutta4. It
brother, and son, but of this bill is the wonderful thirteenth of the entire globe while might as well do away with the circus pen
1 all over Florida! will support vades all .lasses! sad d *ee.4i t.pr
against they have diseases also to whichare guard object lesson which 100 to .,(.f) miles of Japan is not larger than Caliafornia. as stop the parades. What a tnnitte( Mays! for governor. He U tisJly through generaUea WUk .. Mare

peculiar to woman- fine road will produce when built In gibe vigor with which she has great disappointment to tbe American constantly eueWpe4 hi (t, ...,*

hood. every state of the Union. pounced upon her big adversary! looksas boy and the good people who cannot strong and conservative, able and have it confined to taali patciw tat..

G From these diseasesDr. clean.-Arcadia News.A ears, on the scalp,o& the br, .
i Pierces Favorite if it will verify that text of scripture see the inside of the tent. a>t, tht

Prescription will effect- Strength of the Japanesa and RusSian which says "the battle is palms of the hands, oa Ue li.b., ,tt.,
ively defend women. not to Bouquet far Sparkman. but everywhere lu distinctive f..aw u
The use of this medicine Navies. r the strong." A writer in the Pensacola Journal a small watery b aster.wIdelt
The all the best and
big majority
preserves as well Japan bas: 6 first class, 1 second The despatch which we print elsewhere sizes up the u r&atoriallituation aa an acrid fluid! c&I1slBt but, IakaA.
as restores the womanly most representative citizens of the
health. It correct3irregularity. Claw and third class! battle ships; 7 gays that British naval expert, follows: "Now," "touching on andappertaintn' lion, and Intense Iteblag. sealing tad

dries armored 16 Coast are strong supporters and warm crusting.The .
't protected and 4 "
friend Bill
partially now look for the swift annihilation of to, as my
a .. weakening drains, cruisers admirers of Mr. Sparkman, aud we Ccticart tr atme t U at "
inflammation and ulceration and ; torpedo boats the entire Russian would the gubernatorial
heals navy Ly these say, agreeable, speedy,ecaaoaWal ad **..
cures_ female enough weakness.for Dr. Pierce'.Favorite 2 gun boats, 21 destroyers, 2 submarine dextrous and plucky little people. fight. It seems to me-of course I believe that be will get fully nine preheosive. Bathe t.h t*M( 4 put
I cannot uy and Golden Medical D15Cm'eryr ; aDd 33 mlcellaneous"eSI.oel8 tenths of the voters of the West freely with hot water aad tom.
x .
0". \cr..ruro-vi1le.lad.( could hardly walk alone war. She has 16045 officers and men, our own "Majah" Parkhill' cousin. Coast Mr. f parkman ha too good a and scales, and caftan eke Mtkie.ed
l- w do my housework when I beard of your wore Mr. H. Hazzina, of Melbourne cuticle. Dry wiUuwt hard
record and U too strongly intrenehed milt.
ttriul medicine. 1 used five bottle of each and with total tonajte of
"s rral vials of 'Pleasant Pellets'and eta say I I navy 232,118. Fla., writes: "Mydoctor told me I Dannitte Mayee, is running rings and apply Cutlcura Oiataent to alas
..t thank Dr. Pierce for hi* Russia has in the esteem of the people of bid
a well woman. I 16 t first, 10 second ani itching. IrrtUtion and 1dama11Ma.
a4vi for be helprd me to live. May many had consumption and nothing could. around DAVIS and BrowarJ. Davie, I and soothe
and heal
i lhou od women take my advice: and when input third class battle be done district to be turned down for any sad lactiy, tale
11 for
,17 ships; armored me. I was given hear has and Caticora
SHhor Miffmng from any female trouble up to I quit "jess Kflng, 1 Resolrent or PUla, to cool sat
'" take Drancrre'*wonderful medianei. i 13 protected and 17 partially protected die. The offer of a free trial bottle of : Broward U reported as out of therunning. political adventurer.-West Coast I cleanse the blood. This treatment af
Sick those suffering
Npnien.! especially I Dr. King's New Discovery Press. fords instant relief, p rmiu rest teal
from iseases of long standing, are cruisers! ; 139 torpedo( boats, 9 gun for con : ."-Arcadia News. Hillsborough Bleep {a the severest forms of meat
'. invited by letter, sumption, induced me to try it. Re- and other
All'urrespondence boats, 54 destroyers and 1 submarine. itching humiD, and scaly
F free. is held asatnct1y She has 62715 suits were startling. 1 am now on the i Kidney complaint kills more people Tb. best physic "One tried and humours, and points to a speedy, permanent .

Address pnvaVanJ Dr., Kv. sacredly confidentiaL I officers. and men, with road to recove.y and owe all to Dr. I than any other disease. This is due you will always use Chamberlain' and economical car of UtnrlBg .
Buffalo N. Y.
Pierce ,
I i:. The People'a Vtmnon Sense Medical 492,191 total tocaje of navy. Aboutone King's New Discovery. It surely to the disease being so insidious thatit Stomach and LUffon say rashes,and disfignriEg! bifUffifflatiou hnnoow, tcUm....

;,. Adviser, a book Sej\ one-cent pages, third of this is available in the saved my life." This great cure is gets a good hold on the system before Mrs. William A. Girard, Pease, Yt. to age, when all other remedies,from tn'l Infancy the ,.

.},.' Is(expense given away.of mailing/2, for the stamps book ; present war with Japan while practically guaranteed for all throat and lung it is recognIzed. Foley'a Kidney These tablets are the most prompt, best physicians fall
i In paper covers. or',-'stamp9 for the I the whole of the diseases by Auti'monopoly drug store Cure will prevent tbe development of most pleasant and moat reliable cath fl.Said ri'f III C1w.ria0estN .rr t'.tIo......t........e. as

4 volume bound in dot Address Dr Japanese navy and Tydines & Co. Druggists. Price fatal disease if taken in time. Post- artic in uso For salet by Antimonopoly I .0.--. .,asa...................1.r .....ver......w. u-a
is ur
'' R.. V. Pierce, Buffalo, ::\ available 50c. a d $1. '1 rial bottle free. IU office Drug Store. m Drug titor. .. __ m J .-..........a.u....Un.vt cc.r: .wkS ,-......hIttlll

f \

.. \

':::: '..,. 'K .t.''''' '..'.,,-.. .',. .- .;; < ', ..., .,._. '.. '
'"4 ) ; ;: '", ., -' .- >. -., '
.' -:. :" ".. T.c-'k-:' "f' :""' .' ..,.."' "" '=""t- :;'-' -'-u2 o. > "' _"".';"_"' .I"' :' :. ? l/ _" '-',,, ,-:-="" :;::"';:: ;_;-< ;_? -- < ; ''''''r':.._(. '! 1
., _. } : --
_. $7"-''''''-' '''- -- -'''' <- : H "

7". --.-..<"- "'' -. M ",;t..t: ,-'>" ; <," --=F':"i;

or :- .


-- -

I this reply decided to'break off negotiations

Conrternatron In Ptrlt. and suspend diplomatic rela-
./ 10.-The news of the tions. The Imperial government

first Japanese attack with torpedo while laying on Japan tAe lull reepon- A WISE HOUSEWIFE
boats on the Three Persons Killed at Little Village
SAID TOBE UNTRUEOontradiatoryNewo Rusgiaa fleet off Port clbility for any coaaequeace of such
Arthur of Union.
created consternation hers. a course of action, will await the development .
The officials! of the foreign office of events and the momentIt Little Rock. Ark.. Feb. 10.-A special AGAINST

Regarding were among the first to rociiTe the in becomes necessary, will take the to The Arkansas Gazette from PROTECTS I ?

formation and their advices were .1mllar most decisive measure for the protection JdallDO\h'Sprlngs Ark. says: -
Eastern War. to' those of the St. Mows has been received here of a INFERIOR
Petersburg official of its rights and interests in the
Gazette, terrific tornado in the southern part of
showing that two RuaEian Far East" HERSELf
OFFICIAL REPORT IS' DENIED. battleships and one cruiser were this (Fulton) county. At Union. 30 SHORTENINGS

damaged and also showing that four mile southwest of here three per-

:,ale Manage That Japi and Russians torpedo boats made the attaok. Lon1.on. Feb. &.Baros Hryashl/ sons were killed. .
says the Japanese fleet is not likely The dead
Had Engaged In Naval Battle and An official of the foreign office said: to blockade Port Arthur. ills knowl- are:
.It is R3V. Soden, Baptist minister.
Many Ship. Sunk Has been Denied. I profoundly to be regretted that edge of the Japanese naval plans, as Miss Clinton. C 1
I a decisive step has been take.
tentatively prepared, leads him and
Information Child name not known.At .
Given at St. Petersburg. as it terminates the efforts the
pow others here to believe that the
Union the
k I dwellings of Samuel
ers might have made '
to avert actual
St. Petersburg Feb. 10.-The special warfare." fleet is now lying between Che W Cochran William Gilstrap and a 4ii

cable lent from this city today to tht Information Foo and the Y&u river, screening the number of smaller residences, also i
erect that the Russians and JapanesE received here landing of troops-ona army corps at the store of S. W. Cochran and S. W
showing that the British _
had Engaged In governmentwill Fusan and two at Pen Tang, Korea.
a naval battl eanu Issue a declaration of Cochran, Jr., with their contents, two ,
eleven ships of the Japanese had been neutrality Night torpedo attacks on the part et churches the Masonic hall and Carnes' '
within a few days, perhaps immediately S 4. ,
destroyed and one ship or the Rus- the Japanese fleet will it is believed. blacksmith shop were swept away.
and that France
suns sunk, is untrue. lime be kept up so long as the Russian fleet The only building left in the little
course within a day or two.
The Information was given out in maintains Its necessarily open position town was Dr. Carnes' store, and

IL Petersburg ai official but has been Regarded ae Staggering. outside of Port Arthur. This will be was blown from its foundations. The b

discovered to be untrue. London, P'ebruatytO.-Naval men !laLondan don In the hope of breaking up tae terrific tornado was about 300 yards

regard the result of Japan'sfirst Kuasian nerve. wide.U. .

8L Petmburg. Feb. 18.-An official attack with torpedo boats oa the The troops landing at Pen Tang

dispatch received be sari that the Russian fie* off Port Athur aa stag will be pushed towards the Manchurian 8. MARSHAL GETS HARDING.Man 1

Japanese torpedo boats have attacked gering. They point out that Viceroy frontier. Those at Fusan will proceed

the Russian squadron la the outer I AlexlefTs reference to "mines' to Seoul. Jennings Refused Jelks Will Co Nature Gift from tbi ,:Sunny South

roads at Port Arthur and that three obvlou
iceman ships were damaged. that If the Russian vessels had Deer aggressive, no serious navy battle la Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 10.-The t

Admiral Alexien"s official report of struck by "Whitehead" torpedoes they expected until the disembarkation of United States marshal in this city 0ttQtR1 z

the attack by Ue Japanese aa fol- have been Bunk or are resting on the the Japanese troops is completed.A has received a telegram from Brooke- @ f i

lows: mud In Port Arthur, In any case hopelessly dispatch from Rome saying that ville. Fla.. stating that L. C. Harding O

"1 most respectfully Inform your ma- out of action for a considerabletime. the Japanese government has purchased alias Charles Balizer, had been arrested S food-La snurlik

Juty that at or about midnight of a Chilean battleship El 1 Capita at that place charged with having '
The wise housewife specifies Cettolene time In plat of lard.
defm-ided number of every
Feb. Pratt cruiser Chambuco and a persons at
89. Japanese torpedo boats gunboat
made Anyone with a particle of respect for his stomach would prefer a pure
sudden attack by means cf mines WHAT LED TO RUPTURE. Almirante Condel, was pronounced ultra Gads... n. Ala. Fort. Payne and other vegetable product to one made from hog fats. Cottolene is altrayt pure J

ipoo the Russian squadron In the outS by Baron Hayashi.! The Nippon places by means of the fraudulent use lard isn't Cottolene will make more palatable food than lard and food

V roads of the fortress of Port Arthur. Lengthy Official Communication Gives company's London agents have heard of the postoffice in February last. that any stomach can digest with ease. Lard is a friend of indigestion.

In which the battleships Retvizan and Russian Account.St. i nothing of the alleged capture of the Marshal Cooper wired the marshal Cottolene is put up in odor-proof sealed tin pails ; lard comes in bulk 1.
at Jacksonville to take charge of Har- and will absorb any old odor which is near it.
Ceaarevltca and the cruiser Palladawere Petersburg, Feb. 10.-A lengthy steamer Inaba Maru near Hong Kong
'I You can prove every word we say by buying and trying pail of
damaged. An Inspection is be- official communication issued today by Russian warships, as reported bya ding and bring him here. Cottolene. All good grocers sell it ;all the great cooking authorities of
ing made to ascertain the characterof gives the Russian account of the negotiations news agency In the United States Harding In the man for whom Governor America recommend it.

the damage. Details are followingfor which led to the rupture. today. It is asserted here that Russia Jelks issued a requisition on the USE ft LESS. Cottolene being richer than either lard or cocking

your majesty." "Last year," says the foreign office had not a warship in tIlt vicinityof governor of Florida, which was refused butter, one-third less is required. ,

note, "the Tokio cabinet under the Hong Kong and that therefore, the on technical grounds.The FREE Send us a Se stamp to par postage and well mall you a copy of eur book. A 1
Home Kelps, edited by Mrs. Rorer which contain 300 choice recipes
Port Arthur Feb. 10.-Japanese tor- pretext of establishing the balance of Inaba Mara cannot have been chief of police of Cincinnatihas
captured ,
Made only b'THE.N. K. FAIRBJLNK, COMPANY. Dept 502 Chicato
pedo boats attacked the Russian fleet power and a more settled order of I wired the marshal here that Har __ '_ .
Ii .. _. ._ _
i is wanted In Cincinnati and has _- n, __
here during the night and three of tneRussian thlnga on the shores of the Pacific ding
submitted to the imperial governmenta started papers after him. UVe
ships were badly damaged.The FIRE TO BOOST MONEY RATE .. .
Japanese, wh othus scored the proposal for the revision of exist
\ will
sell for the
ing treaties with Korea. Russia con
first success of the war, escaped un Financiers Believe Rate Will Advanceby
sented and Viceroy Alexietf was charged .
damaged.A ;Jrotesstattat.T .
to draw up a project for a new understanding Heavy -....... -..- Next Thirty Days.
Atlanta, Feb. 10.-Ratee on money -
special telegram from St. Petersburg with Japan in co-operation E.BIGGS.
will from cent U 6
go up 4ft per per -
with the Russian minister
at Toklo,
says that three Russian ships cent on acocunt of the Baltimore fire, ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. .
who was entrusted with the negotla-
at Port Arthur were severely damagedlast it is thought by local financiers. (Office in Gary-Agaew Block.) "
the Tokio cabinet on this subject were THE FAMOUS 'SILVER NEGLIGEE SHIRT
night by torpedoes discharged This may not apply to Atlanta in OCALA. I FLORIDA.If .
e from the Japanese tropedo boats while tions with the Japanese government the immediate future, bu4 it is almoet

the latter were passing the harbor. Although the exchange of views withof certain V1 reach this section soon, and D. FULLER;_

Subsequently a large fleet of Japanese a friendly character, Japanese social preparations to meet such a contingency DENTIST.Over Which sells the world over for $i at 63 cents.

battleships and cruisers appeared before circles and the local and foreign
will be made at once.A Munroe&Chambliss Bank. Ocala Fla.
the portRUS8IA press attempted In every way to produce number of the houses burned All New Patterns and Styles.THE .
a war-like ferment among the M. THOMPSON.
were among the strongest'financial institutions J
Japanese and to drive the government -
the United States, and
into an armed conflict with Russia
they have lost very heavily. It is Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp Montezuma. CHAMBERS SHOE CO.
Under the influence thereof the Tokio
Said To Be Making Desperate Efforts said that it will be necessary for themto OCALA. FLA.DwIN .
to Have Powers Intervene. cabinet began to formulate greater
borrow large sums to meet their
London, Feb. 10.-The Japanese and greater demands in the negotiations SPENCER. ,
outstanding obligations and as thereis
Baron this at the same time taking most
minister Hayashi. evening .
a very general demand for ready ATTOR EY.AT.LA W, -
extensive measures to make ha coun-
I \.f'Uid: money at this season and during the OCALA. --)* FLORIDA
"Russia is making desperate efforts try ready fcr war. All these circumstances
coming two months, the rate are sure
through the various embassies, to have could not, of course, disturbRussia's to be raised. J K. CHASE. _

the powers Intervene. Russia is now equanimity but they inducedher
: This will affect the south especially. DENTIST l .
willing to concede everything, but the to also take military and naval
U a great proportion ot cue mercnantiof OCALA. FLA
offer comes too late." measures. Nevertheless, to preserve this section purchase their goodsin
peace in the Far East, Russia far
added so
Hayashi : L. SISTRUNK,
Baltimore. As a rule, the businessof CARLOS
"1 learn os good authority that the as her incontestable rhts! and interests the merchants of Atlanta and the DytICS

reply of Russia Intended to send merely permitted, gave the necessary attention ATTeRNEY.AMAW.
reiterated all Vh ecardlnal points to to the demands of the Tokio outlying towns is done in New York Room 4, Masonic: Building, Ocala Fla 5 82JlcVEll are made every day by their own esrsleee
and Baltimore, and as most of the I sea Con that caw of eotutipatioa beta it
cabinet and declared herself
which Japan consistently objected. ready to
recognize Japan's privileged commer- wholesale houses of the latter city and JIACKA1 becomes chronic. Take tt

olal and economic position in the Korean tare been destroyed and cannot be replaced PILLSi
within the next 12 months, a Ii YON'S LIVER
penlnsuula, with the concessions
PROFITThe of the right to protect it by military great southern part company of the stores business will be of trans-the .... I' I J ANOTONIG PELLETS '

force in the event of disturbances in
ferred to Atlanta. Already many of [the only remedies which aaaiat Nataretad do sot get ia bar
that country. At the same time, while
these small dealers had begun to com (way. Powerful pnrgafcvee gripe, pain and make confirmed 1
rigorously observing the fundamental
: here to do their trading, and the fact FUNERALDIRECTORS. | drag-taken. Ramon Remedies$ gently sad tear the
princIple of her policy regarding Korea
that the nearest northern market, as system independent of drug For ale bj all dealers. II
whose Independence and integrity -
matter of feed is of were guaranteed by previous understanding it wes considered, is destroyed, w You dnggist via furnish a tree sample] or we wilt j

cause more of them to make their
selections -
with Japan and by treat- -1- Brown Co.
tremendous importance to the lea with other powere. Russia insit- of goods in this market Local Mfg.

ed on three points: people state that they are amply Have a full stock of Cottin!!. Caskets New York /1

farmer.V rong feeding is "1. A mutual and conditional! guarantee supplied with the artioles usually and Burial Outfits. Special given to and Oreeneville.
bought of the greatest supply business
is of this principle. ml tl1\i. ... Tenn.
loss. Right feeding profit.Theuptodatefarmerknb done in Baltimore and that they can
2. On an undertaking to use no part (

's of Korea for strategic purposes M handle their trade without embarrass Embalming to Order

the authorization of luch action on ment. One of the great supply business -

feed his cows to get the part of any foreign power was done In Baltimore was that ofmillinery.
what to In this
respect Atlanta U
directly opposed to the principle of In-
dependence of Korea. peculiarly fortunate, as there are a
his to get a
milk pigs
the most r
"3. In the preservation of the full number of such establishments here. I e POST OFFICE DUt'G STOUK. O(..tL." "'L\. ,

the most pork, his hens to freedom of navigation of the straits of
the most Science. "The project elaborated In this sense .
get eggs. JU not satisfy the Japanese government Georgia Men Will Construct a Line deeds

But how about the children ? which, in its last proposals, not i From Dublin to Eastman J'\'b D AWoman l els
only declined to accept the conditions Dublin. Ga., Feb. 10.-Dublin is to cost more-y 114 more- ,
fff seve all experimenting
Are they fed according to which appeared as the guarantee of have another railroad. 1t.111 be five disappointments 48 Depressed
%' the Li1l4ar4 Seed*. ;
built from Dublin years
to Eastman and 1 ,
the independence of Korea, but also Soil: by ell! dealers 1901Seed
science a bone food if bones began at the same time to insist oa perhaps other points In southeast i4 Annual postpaid free
Georgia Surveyors have begun work to all Dllcants. I has frequent headaches"bad ewsa of nerves lack of I
provision to be incorporated In a project FERRY & CO. appetite inability to sleep well a morbid all-gem
U. ,
are soft and undeveloped, a regarding the question Man ot locating the line aCS: as soon as thisis a D. Detroit Mich. t I feeling,it is not necessarily some dire female oajady! ;

churia. Such questions on the part done work will bt commenced.Four .

flesh and muscle food if theyare of Japan naturally were inadmissible, hundred tons of steel rails It's the Liver.Don't ;

blood the question of Russia's position In have been purchased and are now on fan to get to-daYlt your druggists a bottle ofBERDINE
thin and, weak and a Manchuria concerning in the first the way to Dublin. The road will be \

built first to the plant of the Rent 4 1 .
anemia ? place. China but alto all the powers '" tfF '
food if there having commercial interests in China. Lumber company about 10 miles from ,
Dublin and will be finished to East .
Emulsion is a mixed The imperial government therefore It will quickly and restore the
surely Liver
Scott's Kidney
man later. -,:<-
saw absolutely no reason to includein () and digewiYe organs to their normal luncUoiaTYwn
Cod Liver Oil in it a special! treaty with Japan regarding In a few days application for the fZ2 eel like a new woman after taking the first bottle

food ; the Korean affairs any provision concerning charter of the railroad will be appliedfor 6Q" 50 Cents. ALL DRUGGISTS.

by Messrs. E. P. Rents, of this .
flesh blood and muscle, territory occupied by ,"
e makes troops. The imperial government, how city and W D. Harper and John J, $ -o-

Lime and Soda make bone ever, did not refuse, so long as the Blmson, of Atlanta. The line will --. I .,-
occupation of Manchuria fasts to roe commence at the Dublin:! cotton mills. : .,.tW j; 111 s.A.ISTANDLEY, LEE MILLER 1 1i 1ji

and brain. It is the standard ognise both the sovereignty of the emperor From that point into the city the I

of China Manchuria. and also tracks of the Macon, Dublin and Savannah 12Qu ji i STANDLEY & GO'SLivery '

scientific food for delicate the rights acquired there by other powera road will be used traffic/ arrangements 1J 1 11

through treaties with China. A having already been made. ; I S Feed and 1'1'I

children. declaration to this effect has already I Civil Engineer J. P. Pugntley ha* 9oo =".1J.ltJ....' :

been made to foreign cabinets. In charge of the work of locating the i

for fret view of this the imperial government line. A survey was made several ( \ Sale Stable ::1I

camSend after charging its representative at years ago and it will require but little I team./a you '
lathe best place in the city to get a fine double or single
Tokio to prevent its reply to tie last work now In locating the old survey. I "oDe to i'I'
that hit nature i\a Da'RLvPREP1'illCIS. .j j want a horse that Is full of spirit and yet perfectly safe for a d 'I II
B. wre the proposal of Japan, was justified in I ?,AD your
the tam 01 a L1bel IS bottle on 01 Died at Age of 102. .:.-.- ''I drive,arid a tine buggy to match,Just call up Phone l.' I i
01 CYery expecting: the Tokio cabinet to take for t '
wrapper tniulnoo you buy. into account the considerations set Dayton 0. Feb. 10.-Phillip Keifer 1'\''I\:, wants will" be attended to in thee most prompt manner 0ea to I f o. 't

( its Scott&BowneCHEMISTS forth above and that it would appreciate a wealthy retired manufacturer, died E. BLUM COMPANY \: first class, up-to-data'stable with every facility for the riLi i I i r rI

come the to wish a peaceful manifested understanding by Russiato today drank at sir the cups age of of coffee 102 daily years.all his He 517 and 519 W. Bay St. I\ISTABLES\,! NORTH OF COURT HOUSE. p FLOfllOL

't- 409 Pearl SI, .N.'t with Japan. Instead ot this, the Japanese life bacco., and was an inveterate user of to Jacksonville fla. --t'1 '

all drudgb government not even awaiting .....
+ 50C. and $1 I ",, '... ,.- ,

1 .. ,,:: .. ..,.,, ",;, % _,,- -i:. .
_ 1i 1t ukasesara .h.... #:! kris; -q ....r;-- >= -;;" "" =;;1.- "' '--

'; .. :;_ :"K- ::'- :
c. ... .,
.. .. "
'. r <:r. '- .--'




I I I This immunity was saddened Oenl& Bmuer, gave Governor Jeu- f'
Six Cartons Feast D.y. That Usher
7k. Dsmocrstic Exscutiv Committee ,- On Monday Feb. 8th, Mr. L. T Monday morning. Feb. H, loot, by the uing's "opeu Irtter" to deflatorI'alia- la the Sew Year.

.,Id Meeting and Elected Com- Clawbon, the genial host of the Lakeside sudden death of little Eloise :Murphy, ferro more than two column of editorial The first day of the Chinese New

of Mr. and Mr. comment. The Ocala Banner Year's feasts is called Bird's day (Kay-
mittesman.To hotel, and his charming wife! youngest daughter Yat) and U supposed to bmg to mind

the Editor of the Ockla Banner. proved their power as entertainers by C. M. llurphy. She was ten years did something else. It printed Governor the utility of the feathered tribes as .

.' According lo the call of the chair giving an Informal concert in their and three months da. Jennings' letter in full, and JU food. On tills day all orthodox Chinese a
abstain from eating flesh, and they
man of the democratic couuty executive prettily decorated parlor.Mr. She was sick only R few hours when dollars to doughnuts! that uutwith- sometimes observe It as a day of fast

committee, 8. R. pjien, modem.oerativ Leonard 8. Sessions, the popu- Gol came to relieve h-r !!utl rlllg. Manding the Crescent says the gover- ing. The second day Is Dog's day (Ku- ThWo

club of this place met andreorganlztd lar Weindale tenor vocalist, sang Congestion of the brain was the cause nor's letter i H "absolutely unanswerable Yat). This day Is especially held sa
canine hosts of the Flowery
cred to the
Katurday, Feb. 6, byre several times, the favorite selections of her death. ," it will not dare print Seuatoi Kingdom. The Chinese, notwithstanding

electing (i. B. Parramore chairman being "Two Cities" and "Far out at Her remains were interred in the Talinferro'd reply to it because the the fact that they eat the flesh of

P. U. Milligan, secretary and .." Anthony cemetery, Rev. T. S. Sis- letter is meri-iltS4 to its fau>ri e. After the dog and esteem It a great delicacy, oa.
bonor their dogs more highly and take
B. trunk conducting tne funeral srrviees. smiting him hip and ibigL, front and ,
Holliday, cotuiuittetman. The Mr. David 8. Woodrow, of Ocala, better care of them than any other race

voting waa unanimous and harmony sang and played delightfully during A large concourse of friends<< followed rear, it tO-s>s him aside .s t*) mush of people. In every large Chinese city

reigned supreme during the eutire the evening. Mr. Anthony Fin.zd the iii tie one to her last reeling place. :siublile grass tit only fur the 0\l'U. that there of is a making workman ICing whose for sole departed trade Is

.I meeting.' sans "The (Shade of the Palms" a the way a. bright child and the It i11L cruel reply but it was provoked. canines.

Another meeting will be held Feb. couple of comic songs and also recited light of her pireuts home. We extend What a i-pleudid tj pe +)f tirele-n activity The third day Hog's day (Chen-Yat),

20, and all democrats lu the precinct the "Old So1d;er'lI Story." Mrs. our heartfelt sympathy to the is the sun as the ptliuist des is celebrated in honor of a hog that
tribes drew valuable manuscript out
isuiujj: like "a bridegroom once a
should attend, as business of 1Il1I.orj j Eugene Gates was very popular in the bereaved family. C. J. L.GrlnerFarw from hit chamber and rjocmg like a of a bonfire of trash. The fourth feast

lance will be talked I and Feb 10. Sheep's day (Yaong-Yat is honored hi .
over. singing of the"Holy City" a very strong man to run a race. Everyman 4"'
of Pun Koon Venga, a shepherd '''''
It has been reported here that c.1..1 pretty ballad; "The Mansion of Aching Call for Precinct Meeting. ought to rise in the morning te- memory who clothed himself in leaves, bJ '

Blitrunk Ocala's i, received sincere freshed by slumber and renewed by to The Monkey Say. Gi. hart you seen
popular young;>w Hearts She a grass and bark of trees, refusing
Notice that the
is hereby given
rest, eager for the struggle of the day. either my brother Bill?
of the
make of part sheep
oAt all any
thinking of for vote of thanks for playing nearly
yer coming
Democratic Club frr Oeala precinct But how rarely this i* so. Most pe for food or clothing. The fifth day Tbe Giraffe saw hIm making face
jrepre enUtive, it is Loped here that the accompaniments in her usually Yat This day is at the lion yesterday, but he hain't
:No., is hereby called to meet ai the pie rise still unfreshed, and dreading la Cow's day (New- )

the report la true. He baa many brisk style. court house in the city of O.alat: he strain of he day's labors. The consecrated to the cow that suckled the JournalA been seen -lnce.-New York Evening

friends here who will give him a Tbe'cancerr.. was concluded by the i Ctuseof this deficient vitality and orphan who afterward became rich and
I 7:30 o'clocK Friday. Feo. 12, for the built the celebrated Temple of Cows. KNITTING DESIGN.
helping hand. singing of "Ould Laud 8yne" and I II purpose of electing executive cooimitteeniau behind this lies a deficient supply tlf l The sixth day is Ma-Yat, or Horse day.
I rich blood and
-I :\Ir, and Mrs. Clawson are to be I pure, an iuad.gnrtnourishment and Is set apart to call to mind the usefulness Shell and SbuiarorL. Lace a VeryPretty
Church Dtdicatioa. for stid precinct or devising of the body. There ilt of that noble animal. Trlmmlaff.

heartily congratulated, on the successof I a time and manner of such election nothing that will give a man strength An Honored Chinaman. The Delineator's instruction for thltf
The new Christian church at Melotoab -
their "Musical evening. [Space and fur transacting such other an energy, as will Dr. Pirrcd' Golden Queen Victoria, with the prince consort attractive lace pattern are as follows:

] waa dedicated Sunday forbids a list of the ladies and gentle Medical Discovery.: It does this hy and her family attended iu state Abbreviations used in touting.: K,

Jan. 31, by C. E. Powel, of Valdosta, there about business ai may properly come before increasing the quality and quauity of the opening of the great exhibition of knit plain; n, narrow; o, n. over and
of whom were
men, said meeting. 18S1. While the choir was singing the narrow; si, slip a stitch; III and b, flip
Ga. It for the little the blood supply. This nourishes: the
was a day
thirty present. "Halleluiah Chorus" a Chinaman superbly and bind; p, purl; k '.' tog., knit Z together f
congregation of disciples iu and E. W. DAVIS, nerves, feeds the brain, builds up enfeebled robed suddenly emerged from ; o or th o, thread over.

Executive Committeeman.Only organs, and gives the sense ol the crowd and prostrated himself be Use any number of cotton desired
Around Mclntosh. had
They never a that
The Live Oak Crescent says
> strength and power which makes the fore the throne. No one knew who hewn and two steel knitting needles to correspond .
house of their own to meet in before the Ocala Banner is a leader of the a Measles Million. struggle l of life a joy.
and enthusiastic it. It The "good feeling"! which fallows the to to 22 stitches and purl across oece.
tbt'yare corporation forces in Florida. It, does The Punta Gorda! Herald disposesof na himself come secretly England on
U beautiful little use of Golden Medical Di-tvery isis share in the great doings. The lord First. now.-8 1, k; 3, n, o 2 n. k; T,
a s-ructure, costing this because the Banner believes that one of the current pipe dreams as
not due to stimulation us it cou- unberlain, greatly perplexed appliedto o.no.nk2o,3tim.snkTo2.p ;
about f':,ooo. There was but |260 ot Senator Taliaferro is fairly entitled toa follows: tains no alcohol, whisky or other in- the queen and the prince for adviceand 2 tog.

'-this amount to be raised on dedication reelection and is giving him its sup "The Oeala Banner relates: that one toxicant. It does not brace up the instructions. He was informedthat Second Row.-O, p 2 tog, p 8 (k 1, p
there must be no mistake as to thestranger's I.klp1)inloop, p11k1.p1)In
day. In cash and pledges $300 port. The only time the Ocala Banner of the gubernatorial candidates alleges body, but bull.>s it up into a condition I 5.
rank and that It would be loop, p
wu secured, and the joyful people remembers when there was really that Col. Bob Davis has a million of sound health. best to place him between the arch. Third Row.-S 1, k; 5. n, o 2, n, k; A.

"Praise God from whom all bishop of Canterbury and the Duke of 0,11o.nk6o3times, iik3.a2.p:
UDg an issue of this sort was when the dollars to spend in his race for Amount Cotton Ginned.
Wellington. In this position of honor 2 tog.
blessings flow." people sought to reestablish the railroad i governor. The Herald does not believe Washington, Feb. 11.-THe census
the Chinaman. with magnificent dignity Fourth Row.-O, p 2 tog. p G (k 1, p
The day opened rather gloomily, commission. The Ocala Banner it. Col Bob is a man of too i bureau today issued a report showingthe walked through the buildings to 1, k; 1, p 1) in loop. p 17 (k 1, p 1) In

after rain in the night, but the little led the forces .for its creation, and much sense; aud if he had that much : amount of in cotton ginned from the the delight and amazement of all who loop, pi.Firth .
crop grown 1903 to and including -
up watched. Next day it was discoveredthat Row.-S 1k3.n.o2a,4o :
Chapel was crowded full of people.Mr. Governor Jennings, .then speaker of money, be would quit running for Jan. 1C, 1904.! There were 30,171 he was the keeper of a Chinese ak5o.n.on.k4.o3tita.sea.k9.;

Powel U i a favorite minister with the lower house of the legislature, led I office and stay at home and caress active ginneries in operation. Square Junk which had just cast anchor in the o 2. p 2 tog.

the people at McIntosh, both in tie i bales amounted to 9,038,890; round Thames and which everybody was Invited Sixth Row.-O. p 2 tog., p 2. o. p :2
the forces that were arrayed rgainstit. that pretty young wife of his.-St.
bales 747,480. and sea island crop 72- to visit on payment of a shilling tog.o.p2tog..p4k1.p1.k1.plrin
church and out of it. He was at his The legislature passed a resolution Augustine Record. 907. Total commercial bales 9,859 a. hpnil loop p 14 (k 1. p 1) In loop p 2 (k I.

beat and preached: two most excellent of censure against the Ocala Bannerfor Sure! 277. God's Opportmnltle p 1)) in loop, p ;). _

He did much to build God never calls a man to what he Seventh Row.-S 1. k; 5. n. e 2. a. n. '
sermons. up its reward, and the same legislature A Sale at Lake Weir.
cannot get. Bishop Potter, I think it o2n.k4.on.o.n.kIT.o2.ptteg.43K'; .
the congregation while be was a resident pissed resolutions of censure Mr. F. E. Haskell, who has been Loss Placed at $100,000. was. once made this very wise saying: ,

of Ocala. It is hard to Chicago, Feb. 11.-The loss on Ui "Our best thou hts those which
sy cgainst. the Tiaes.Uninn: then owned spending the winter in Ocala, has are
firse in the dlumber plant of the J. C "
seek and
us not those which we seek.
which was the happier on dedication by Mr. John N. C. Stockton, and good bought the pretty property of Mr. Wintermayer company, at 750 Throops God's opportunities In the same way

; day, the former minister, feeing this old Dr. John L. Crawford, one of the John H. Moon on Lake Weir, near street today Is placed at $100,000. I are those which seek us when we treat

evidence of the fruits of his labor, or noblest and grandest! men Florida ever Weirsdale, and will at least spend his: What for a time threatened to become work. Christ called to Peter and
a conflagration involving the heart ot Andrew when they were laboring at :;
the little band of
dUciplesjustenter-! hid claims citizen. The winters there. This lake 'VSH.I
to as a governor is one of the the great lumber yards district was their nsts. Our best oportunlties are

a lug their new house of worship at that time slept outside the prettiest bodies of wa'er in Florida brought under control after severs: not those after vrhi-,h wp ore running

J. A. Fox, state evangelist: continues camps af the ''18 to 1" army. Now, and offers a charming retreat to retir- hours of hard work on the part of the around nt'-!(,< firemen at Lmd. They are the borny hands of ?
the meeting. He aud M. 8. Mo er that these i issues are no longer para- ed business men like Mr. Haskell who --- to!! vhicli: If u'l"s*ary ar- just as

of Ocala, were present on dedication mount the governor, like a veritable enjoy hunting and fishing.To Senator Taliaferro's answer to Gov- wiirns: to finiily! grip tile handle of a

day aud &&Iistecllu: the services. Rejoice 8-ineho Panza, has buckled on his are ernor Jeunings' open letter appearedin pov! <; to W' '!d a pen cr unsheathe! a
::t"rbod.. Cod's of .
Entertain Next messengers
Tuesday.Mrs. .
with them that do rejoice.A L LSD SHAMROCXEighth LLCL
uior and valiantly goes forth to battle Monday's Times-Union and it is l tt'n.:onil :"nd !"ritual! success sometimes -
S. Potts Eagleton and Miss Row.-O. p 2 tog., p 3, o. p 2:
when there is no battle in pros- full and appe.r a'i'rwl in the rough gar.
Busy Gamp.Metwrs. Margaret Eagleton will give a large oompleta! every particular.The ments of a Ia'!\onr instead of being coveyed tog., 0, p 2 tog., p 19k! 1, p 1) lo rump p
W. N. Camp of Ocala and pect. When the governor's services Times-Union publishes the gov- 2kl.plinloop.p7.Nnthltow.SIk3n.o2n.n.e1..
receptien next Tuesday afternoon. with the white robes of a corona-
would have availed much he was ernoi's letter on the same to. ; .
page tion.-Hev. Dr. Frank De Witt Tal
Oeo. D. Munson of .
Tampa capitalistsand : :
The special guests on this occasion n.ko.n. o.n.kl.o:. p 2 tog.
unfortunately found in the flesh tents gether with comments on it by Hon. aara. I'resbyienan. Chicago.
accompanied by Hon. Tenth Row.-O, 2 tog, .. 2
f promoters, will be Miss Emily Ford and her Christ and the Common Peopl p p o. p 1
".. A. Fulton spent Wednesday at of the hostile army.C. Toronto Jno. S. Beard, of Pensacoia, and I don't wonder that the common peo tog. 0, p 2 tog. p 20 (k I, pil) la leer.
guest, Miss Mamie Snit of ,
the beautiful Wicekiwacbee Editor Frank Harris, of Ocala. The pie have ever felt a deep Interest In Je- p2kl.plInloop.kS.;
> Springs Canada. Eleventh Row.-S 1, k; 5. n. o :. n. k;
There is that in his character
W. of Ocala letter the answer and the ius. o
Joseph, < represent- commentsare
near Brooksville. It is rumored that command the lore and respect of everyman 10o.n.onkl5.o2pttog.;

ths ot.Ject of this visit is to investigate lug the Union Cooperage(. Co., the Cantaloupe Prospects.Mr. highly interesting and should be who has a spirit to appreciate true Twelfth Row.-O. p 2 tog., p S. o. p 2
aud read democratic tbei i tog., o. p 2: tog., p 21 (k1p1)laIop.
extensive by of lIe
largest most aggrega every voter nobility. possessed a moral courage -
acid see if the waters of this frpriug G. E. Robertson, representingthe
tion of barrel manufacturers in the state. Ihe Herald will which was a most attractive charm. p7.Thirteenth
cannot be utilized for a large power Lyons Brothers Company of New soon publish Do not think of him as all gentlenessand Row.-S I, k 3 a, o 2. a.
south has been in Gainesville for the Senator Taliaferro's
answer and k13on.oxi.kllop2tog.; ;
plant where electricity can be generated York, was in Ocala yesterday circu- tenderness with a scheme of re-
past two or three days arranging for hopes also to give the governor's demption free from all moral verte- Fourteenth Row.-O, p 2 hg, p d o.
and used for running the phosphate lating among our cantaloupe growers I I p2togo.p2togp 22 (k; I, pUla
the establishment of branch of the letter to its readers. Punta Gorda bratedness. He believed tremendouslyIn
plants and other machinery and estimates the crop in the imme great spiritual truths and had the loop. p 5.
here. Mr. Joseph Thursday I Herald. Fifteenth Row.-S 1. k 21. o. D. o. B.
owned and operated by the Camp company d vicinity of Ocala at somethinglike courage of his convictions. How h< k13,02.i. 2
succeeded in from the A. C. made the proud Pharisees under
securing quail
Berry and little
Phosphate Co. Electric lights for six hundred acres. daughter, his Sixteenth Row.-O. p 2 tec, p t, 0. p
Just charge of hypocrisy! How the
Brooksville would then be almost an Line, for the purpose of establishinga Mildred, of East Orange; N. J., arrived money changers fled before the crack 2 tog., ap2tog..p28.

assured fact.-Hrooksville Btar. factory, 80 commodious lot in South Epworth League Social. in Ocala yesterday afternoon of his scourge! No man ever became a Seventeenth Row.-S 1. k ::. e. a. .,

T Gainesville immediately south of the The Epworth League of the Methodist and will 1 few weeks great leader who lacked in moral cour n. k 12. 0. p 2 tog.
epeu a the
as Eighteenth Row.-O 2
8 .
p tag, P .
Runaway Accident.Mr. church will'give Valentine age. The common people have always
Baird Hardware Company' ware I a guest of Miss Esther Weathers. Mrs. p 2 tog. o, p 2 tog., p 27.
., J. W. tiavarese. that in Jesus thEh d a moral
a traveling house. 'I his lot is 100x300, which will social Friday night at the residenceof Hiss Nineteenth Row.-S 1. k; 2ft. o. .. a a.
time in Ocala leader who feared
talesman well known iu Ocala spent some several no foe and who ordered
was k 3. n 4 times o, 2 tvg.
Mr. and rY.. H. Clark to which when he himself p
afford ample building and storage no charges was
out Friday with a friend behind one years ago and the many friends she Twentieth Row.-O. p 2 ...., p j.

of Standley & Co.'s: "hl h steppers"and room to prosecute an immense business.Gaiuelj.IIl they cordially invite their friends. made that time are delighted to have: asks not ready his followers to lead the to do way.for him He never what then pull 3 stitches over the I**c Dee k.

the animal became p SO.
Sun. another visit from her. he has not already dine for them.
Help Find the Lost. Repeat from first row.
frightened at a passing freight traiu. Rev. Dr. Charles Bayard
The horse became unmanageable, the Nearly Forfeits His Life. Mrs.John Green, of. Reefer, St. E. Mr. O. B. Caldwell, of Leesburg, Methodist. Cleveland. lIitehcn.1 --
Pedigree O( Arabian St. Dvailaa sad th. D..ll,
vehicle was upset aud Mr. 8avarese A runaway almost ending fatally, Vancouver, B. C., would like to hear formerly of this city, is in town on The Arabs have no written pedi-- On of the most fa moot sattta of

thrown out and badly-, though not started a horrible ulcer on the leg of from her brother, Sandferd smith, business. He is connected with the fTet>s. It is all "an affair of memory the Weald was St Duaitin. afckMth-

seriously hurt.RESIDENCE. J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111. For who left England come years ago for keview l hotel in Leesburg and says and of notoriety in the tribe. Certain Is'>p the of Canterbury site of MaynR lo Sesaex,
an indent
defied alleged pedigrees of Arabian horses, awl
four it all doctors and all
: FOR SOLE remedies.years But Bucklin'e Arnica America and went to live in Florida, Col. Shipman is making that hostelryone couched in romantic language and represented palace, and here according to aoa,

Salve had do trouble to cure him. since when Mrs. Green, then unmarried' of the most popular in the state. as carried in a small bag and took: place the terrific reewiBfef b.-
hung by a cord around the animal's' tweeD St. Dunstao and the dvtL At
has lost all trace of him.
Especially good fer {burns, bruises, Mr. Caldwell's many friends are any rate the anvil hammer aad
I offer for Mile my residencenear neck, have been published, but these tags
skin eruptions and piles. 25c. at glad to see him and know that he is are forgeries got up probably by horse which are alleged to bare UJ@ gd the

the school louwe! Anti-Monopoly drug store and Tyduga 1 King's Daughters Benefit. doing well in his new home. dealers Egyptian, Syrian or Persian. saint Ire still preserved at Uty-

& Co. m The breeding of every horse is a mat- field palace.-Gentleman's 111I'a.
iu Ocala containing .10 room On the evening of February 19th
The Gainesville Sun of Thursday ter of common knowledge, and it
bathroom aud kitchen. House The reading club met Mondayaf there will be given at the Armory a that would be impossible for his owner to HI. Oatla*.
says Senator Hanna died in "Were
yon driving
fabricate pedigree to deceive the ynterdpl""Yes
Benefit Concert for the King's Daughters. so as
is In excellent condition and ternoon with Mrs. C. V. Miller. Miss Washington at 10 o'clock Wednes-, natives, even if he were so inclined. out $6 for the rig n. girl k
a Please bear in mind this date. told
ittetl with electric lights, Dye read a paper OH the lives of the day morning, but the Atlanta Journal The Bedouins, it seems necessary to me she was engaged to I-&etSwr

admit, are In general great liars and fellow-Eubuze.
Hair cash bailS artists, Durer and Holbein and Long says that at 12 o'clock the same day
iroughout. ( Mr. and Mrs. David Mather of
they will lie (to a stranger) about the

:I--\e on easy terms. Title perfect fellow's poem on "Nurenberg" was Michigan, and Mrs. Lothrop, of that bis condition was materially im age the qualities or the ownership ofa existence Infancy U the germ period of au',

read by Miss Weathers and current proved. We hope the report of his horse, but they will not lie about his ; it Is the iprtnstte* et tb.
DAVID S. \\'00IH10'i \'. North darns, Mass., who.have been pedigree even when they can do so year. the time of seed towllSc.T"DJ..
events were discussed by the club in death Is untrue.
spending several weeks at the Central with
Impunity To be truthful this
i Kooi&i 2PostoilleeBlock.] " A ",1 N a 't-w,.....
There will be of
general. no meeting Hotel, say that they are greatly delighted Mr. H. A. Esar, a deaf and dumb subject is almost a matter of religion: Colfaz-And M you think she was
t the dub next week but on the week certainly a point of honor In the dea- clad to see ?
Prof J.j. Brinson, principal of with Ocala and are becomingmore printer, well knowj in this city, is ert-Atlantic. you
!!, ,following will meet with Mrs. G.B.Scott Dtlmlt'loh.1rooIt the tint
1, tbe.tomme I department of the and so every day. now a truck farmer it Island Grove rrlTtlegcd Pp,.... thing she said was that ht wi.b...|
on Monday afternoon hereafter -
I Eist Florida in11Y; honored our and has already shipped a quantity Caller-Well the nerve of that the had known I was comiag.- ....
the club will meet regularly on Strawberry shipments are increasing Merchant-Whafs that transcript
sanctum with a. U 1 R.d'Jrday. Owingto or lettuce and other truck. He w sin
Monday instead of Tuesday. from Plant City and with the Caller-Why didn't you bear that
the early P%rie Mr. Brinsou the city. Saturday and says it is a snip of a boy referring to" yon as The raaalB.*. Hailers. 4

S finds it will be Imp hie for bim to appearanee of more buyers lively delightful occupation. "Bilir Lawson-What did the C! D'E'DU&n" .

make the canvass.V e announce. Florida is cow sending to market times are anticipated. Prices on th Merchant-Sh! That's our office boy. barbers say when you addmsnl tbr ,J

1 ment of his withdraw* ill l be found oranges, pineapples, cabbage, lettuce platform were :25 @33c first of week, FOLEV( T1oNEYC TAR So long as I can pretend I didn't hear Dawwn-Wby. do yea know. | h4*>t
him It's all been talking tbr'
columi right-Catholic Standard minutes bvfer that'
elsewhere in our ic matoes and strawberries. declining t? 20 27!jc last of wi eke /PQ i>r.,. &! ('''eulJ'onIa and Times. lU began shouting. "Nertr.&rwaerrpte .


R r



--' ,.,. '- '' .' -.'' ". ''-. '-' '? '''o-r. -. "> I> .", ... 'f-;' _
< ,
p i.
'c .. :: : -. .-.""" -_:et ..; __..t,0. -- ---c.__ : .,- < :. : -; -*.

I s 1



roads on President street. Minions Jury Could Not.Agree. 1 f
GREAT BALTIMORE FIRE of feet of lumber have gone up In Fulton. Mo. Feb. 8.-Whne Jndgl

; smoke. AH electrical power has been Graves convened court today the Jury pljeurnatism

destroyed and no street cars are run- which had been out since 4 o'clock

. ning. yesterday considering the cue of Ed-
Roughly speaking, the fire in its ward Butler of "
,1. 8t Louis, on a charge .
-course described a half circle pn its of bribing member. of the fit Lout

i LOSS EXTENDS northern and western edges, curving house of delegates to secure the pau- I Those who have ever felt its keen cutting pains or witnessed 3

( Jacent collapsed sending destruction to ad from Lombard and Liberty streets to age off city lighting bill In 18M, cam j suffering of others, know that Rheumatism is torture and that it i 1nuu.1

buildings In all directions and Fayette and St. Paul streets, and then In and reported they could not 1 ly called ".,TJ&e.King of Pain.

INTO MILLIONS.! putting the Ore at, once beyond the sweeping around toward Market spaceon on a verdict They were ordered agree backto I ,Aft do not auff er alike. Some are suddenly seized with the most ..

control of the firemen. Lombard street. The whole effect their roost.:'rthto, tinf pains, and it seems every muscle and joint in the body was being ton
The first attempt at dynamiting WM : of this course of the fire was to describe oonslderthecase t asunder. Others fed only occasional slight pains for weeks ormonths, "haa
II I &in the large building of Strong, catet i an immense question mark. I a sadden change in the weather or exposure to damp, chilly winds or nightair

Started in Co., but It failed to collapse and attention I i brings on a fierce attack lasting for days perhaps, and leaving the,*
Fire Wholesale) Dis- was turned to I Area Two Miles Square. Many Factories Closed. I
the building at tient with a weakened constitution or crippled and deformed for all time.
the southwest corner of Charles and The burned and burning districts Chicago. Feb. 8.-Sevent more carriage Aa acid, polluted condition of the blood is the cause of every form s4
trict :and Crept Relentlessly German streets, where six 2 miles and wagon factories have Dean Chronic
charges of present an area square of utter variety of Rheumatism Muscular Articular Acute Inflammatory
dynamite, each charge containing a ruin and desolation. Scores of closed by the. demand of the workmen and Sciatic and the blood must be purged and purified before there is: aa

Daspite the) Efforts of pire3 11Departrgent. | hundred pounds were exploded.The what were palatial modern and so- for increased wages, and a aloe- tad to your aches and pains. External applications. the use of liniments and

tremendous force of the explosions called fire-proof buildings yesterdayare ed shop. There now are 108 factorIM I platters, do much toward temporary relief but such treatment does not reach

tore out the massive granite col- today only piles of debris. The devastated shut and 1,058 carriage and wagon tke real cause cleanse the diseased blood; but S. S. S.,the greatest of all

Prom Monday' Special. 'nmns that supported the building and portion of the city is closely workers are idle.Robber blood purifiers and tonics,does cure Rheumatism by antidoting and neutralii-

Baltimore, Md., Feb. 8-A terrific left it with apparently no support but patrolled by police cl this city, Philadelphia ing the poisonous acids and building up the weak and sluggish blood.. It U
the walls failed to collapse. Washington, by state mi- Shot Conductor. safe and reliable in all forms of Rheumatism. makes
fire is now raging in this the old acid blood rich and the pain-tortured muscles
city.It They stood until the flames had litiamen and four companies of regulars Chicago, Feb. 8.-Two unidentified ,

seems;destined to crossed Charles street, and had eaten from Ft. McHenry and no one robbers shot and fatally wounded Geo. and joints are relieved the shattered nerves are
prove more into the 1 block between Charles and is allowed to enter the prohibited lines Buckler, a conductor on the Westernavtaue made strong and the entire system is invigorated and

disastrous than either the great coufl&grationa Light streets. except by special permission. Out- electric'line, early today, wnta toned up by the use of this great vegetable umed,.
If have Rheumatism,write us, and our physicians will furnish without .
The fire then communicated to a side this line thousands of anxious ke routed their attempt to rob I you
Boston and Chicago. charge,any information desired. ud we will mail free our book oaRheumatism.
row of buildings on South Charles people are congregated, and in all di- The robbers escaped. m.I
Up to the. hour of noon today the street between Gorman and Lombard rections multitudes of men and wo- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA 64

lose is estimated to far exceed streets and all those places, occupied mea are seeking definite informationabout i
principally by wholesale the conflagration. The ......
produce and common &>- -- -- _Ib.lllbll.! '1''''''
$200,000,000, and checking the:flames grain dealers, were quickly destroyed. remark of citizens is that Baltimore THOROUGHBREDBULLSANDCOWSe i-: '

hM received a blow from which it
seems impossible.The Carrollton Hetel in Flames.
cannot recover for years. Mayor Me-
fire department of this city U Shortly before midnight the Carrollton I Laae and other city officials are already I

paralyzed, and Washington Philadelphia hotel was 1m flames and the fire discussing relief measure. I o crow .trone. Unleu w. get i

wept on toward Calvert street with Irresistible It is estimated that as many as 20. food meat we may as well let
and other surrounding cities fury. The fireman workIng 000 persons will be thrown out of employment .
r.1. I : it alone.
imi There Is
.0 strew jtk
I I y4
are rendering all assistance possible.It on the south gld cusseeded in and many of these and their 51 .

bids fair to be the most awful checking the flames at Lombard families will be without resources. 151 j?;, :t : ..:;.:...?.- ,--'. I ,, .; IB touh meat-tnitead of glv-

conflagration that has visited street. The western limit also had Brigadier General Biggs commanding t'- ::4-.. ,- .:.. ; ." :-. )!' n;, It takes strength t. digest
ever "
been J .
reached at Howard street, but If' .
has '
the state national who '. '
% guard '
{ ..N- 1. ; 1'J: : It. It ptja to be careful In
this continent. the progress of the flames toward the charge of the street patrol, has issued .. i : ;xl
north was simply appalling. From ; : a"1 '! buying meat-be sore to get
strict orders to guard against any / ,. .
Prom We1ae, !1" D ill' structure to structure they flew, lick. '- : .-"
possible looting of partially destroyedor \ 'YI : i. J.l the best-tender and choice. I

Baltimore, Md.. Feb. !9.-The most ing up the massive buildings as though! abandoned houses. So far there ti,\::, ? .ii.t.-\f. .... Pay a little more if need be and
they were made of : : .
paper. have been no instances of looting re r.-_ .if''i" '
destructive conflagration in the his The block between Gorman and Baltimore ported. i ;; I. };:i"';> -: '''''' pat something in yonr stomach
12. I" I ( ,
of Baltimore occurred here ,
tory yes IS; 'II. W
street was out of existence almost To Declare Martial Law. i'd.: :' which will pat flesh on yonr
U ,
terday, raging practically before it was realized they were Lill d ,iWm 41atx,' i
during many hours, completely de on flre. For a time it was hoped the Governor Warfield has called an ex- Isj : w. .W oaei and strong blood In your

stroying scores of the largest business tire tra session of the legislature for this
could be kept .from crossing the |
houses in the wholesale district to him to declare
north empower SHORTHORNS I RDS'BROS.
side of Baltimore street and the
Involving losses which cannot firemen made a desperate stand. The the city under martial law and suspend EDW .
yet be estimated. Owing to the wide all business for ten days. I.DURHAMSJ .
effort was useless however, and soon n Stalls S and 4 City: Market Ocala Fla.
extent of the calamity, it will be to- Today has been declared a legal -- IC1
the tall, narrow buildings of Mullin'shotel AND
morrow before even an estimate can holiday in order to give the clearinghouse 1
began to show tongues of flame. 5 c' G 5 5 Z S 51 EZ3S c'535SS2SES3SS3 5a5M3S 5lJ
be made though it is certain thatit a chance to get straightenedout.
The remainder of the buildings be-
has already exceeded $25,000,000 Governor Warfield stated that HEREFORDREADY
tween Sharpe and Liberty streets were
i The fire broke out shortly before every safe deposit box and vault in
quickly ablaze and the fire began its
11 o'clock in the wholesale dry goods the various institution was absolutelysafe FOR SERVICE
march to the north.In .
store of John E. Hurst & Co., on ; that the records were preservedand -- -
4 an incredibly short time the en- POTATOES
Hopkins place, in the heart of the that it was next to impossible for SEED
tire south side of Fayette street had
business district, with a series of added its material to the roaring serious danger to happen to documents Prices at Private Sale I
loud explosions, which were heard contained therein.
flam 3. Down Fayette and Charles We kstr full stock ofSpaulding's
{ in remote parts of the city and The governor made this statement I a t
streets they swept and in a twinklingthe $75.00 Up.
spread with fearful rapidity. because his office! in the Fidelity build- Rose No.4.
building occupied by Putts & Co., Improved
I In a half of hour there were a ing has been besieged since this morning
on the corner was doomed. Maine Rose.
F dozen big warehouses in the wholesale by many women who had interestsof Early
Seeing that nothing could save It, it
dry goods and notions district burning a valuable nature there. Spring Auctio About April 1PALMETTO BlissTriumph.As .
was decided to destroy the building
fiercely. The blackened remains of a fireman
with dynamite in the nope ow preventing well as other Tarieties at lowest market prices. Write for
The entire city fire department was were found In .the gutted Equitable
called out but was utterly powerless the fire from crossing Charles building- this morning, where he quotations, stating number of bags wanted.

to check the spread of the flames street. The explosion was successful. had gone in an effort! to get a line of IDEAL POTATO MANURE, $30.00 per ton will make them r

f'4. which were aided by high winds, and but the effort failed. The entire corner nose to the roof. The chief engineer ( PARK FARM! grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil,

by noon there were savage fires in collapsed instantly but this ha Horton, who was overcome yesterday Seed Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizers- Digging and
apparently no effect! on the "
at least thirty big warehouses and was resting easily this morn- C. CHAMBLISS I CO. Shipping, sent on request.
the fire for almost before the soundof
the conflagration was steadily eating ing.
its way into successive blocks east the falling walls had died away District Chief Emrich is temporarily OCALA, FLORIDA. WILSON & TOOMEFj FERTILIZER COMPHYJan
the buildings on tre east side of
north west and south. in command of the department.The .
Charles and St Paul streets were 15
Building after building fell a prey lumber yards along West Falls

to the flames and apparently there I I doomed.It avenue from Pratt street to the wa _
was a desperate but futile at- JJAS.
was no check to tre onward sweep of ter's edge are in ruins.
tempt to prevent the fire going furtherto
destruction. I r the east. Power House Collapses. It Will 4 I.GR.\HAPor. President. GEO.W.BYDE, Vice Pre
Today the tremendous power house

Baltimore Feb. 8.There was no Many Buildings Dynamited. of the United Railway company and

deep for the 700,000 residents of Bal- Building after building was dyna- the United Electric Light and Power The First National BankOF

timore last night because of the conflagration mited but it was of no avail, and the company near Jones Falls, collapsed Pay You !H J

which started Sunday after fire proceeded steadily onward. The and the expensive machinery, recently

noon and at this hour-9 o'clock a. new court house was one of the build- installed, was in 15 minutes a total 1 GAINESVILLE.

m.-Is still raging. Ings that became a prey to the fire wreck. This was the largest and one IF You have any Real Estate The Only Chartered Bank in Alachna County.

90 far as known, no lives were lost about thii hour. of the most expensive plants in the to sell, Capital._ .... ... .... .. .. ... .. .. ....... .... ....>, oooo 00
All of the buildings of the Balti- United States.
and estimates on the monetary loss I Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. %U,()()(, 00 r
including the offices : ORYou're
is now estimated as high as $200,000- more newspapers
Does exclusively a banking Liisiin, with facilities equal to any tank In tb.
valuable of The Associated Press were de- Fire Under Control.
000. Some of the most prop- ,
thinking of coming state. Solids the accounts of Farmer, Merchant, Vrporailone! ,
erty in the dry goods, produce, lumber stroyed by midnight. Several of the Philadelphia. Feb. 8.-Aisistant director -
Etc All
I. IF I Florida for home I Interest aHo1'd hv special arrault D.I ut. liwintss
shipping railroad and financial publishers arranged immediately to of public safety, Mr. Colville, to a transacted promptly.

district has been destroyed notwithstanding have their editions printed on the telephoned from Baltimore at 11:15 a. I II '-17 H. E. TAYLORCa.hUr

the heroic efforts on the part presses of the Washington papers. m. that the fire is under control. Only OR

of the local fire department, reinforce! These editions, containing full and two establishments are burning on in
You desire to invest
by almost numberless firemen from I accurate accounts of the fire arrived the water front and these can be easi- I IF kind of Florida property any'
Washington. Philadelphia. Newark, N here early this morning and were delivered ly handled by the firemen. ,

J., Newark Del., Harrisburg and New to their regular customers. r
York city. All electric power has been destroyed -. Great Fire Losses In America. TO SEE I THE BEST LINIMENT

it I and no street cars are run- Chicago, III., Oct. 8,1872! -One-fourth
furiously as
J The fire is raging as OR WRITE
was an hour after it originated in the ning. .. of the city's area, including entire bus- In theMfarldfbi? anythind
cellar-of the John E. Hurst company iness portion. Twelve thousand build-

at Liberty and Gorman streets. Its Baltimore Feb. S.-The News-Union, ings burned. Five hundred persons J. Ha IIYINGSTON&I I :
origin Is said to have been from spontaneous in its editorial today says: killed. Loss 168000000. that a Liniment is needed for.I

combustion, but no evidenceto "Acres of buildings, covering terri- Boston, Mass., Nov. 9, 1872.-Sixty.

this effect has 'thus far been seawd tory more than half a mile in length five acres including the most substantial OCALA FLORIDA.
I and from three to six blocks in width,, ousmess portion of the city, ae
were destroyed in Baltimore's great stroyed. Loss 75000000.
Area of Fire District l fire which started yesterday morning.No Quebec. Que., June 8, 1831.-One-

The area of the fire district extends J one can tell today the exact ex- fitth of the city wiped out. Loss

from Liberty street on the west, toj i tent of the disaster which has now 82.000,000. I

Jones Falls on the east a distance ot I reacher great proportions. To hazard St. Johns. !\. F., July 9, 1S92.-Six

.. about three-quartere of a mile, and i an estimate of the total loss is hundred buildings destroyed; fifteen EDENMELON[ SEED[ FO\m\ KILLS PAIR! yA

from Fayette to Pratt streets north folly. The wholesale drugs, produce. thousand persons rendered homeless.

and south, a distance of tour city lumber, railroad shipping, and finan- Loss 520,000,000.
blocks. Included in this territory cial interests have been destroyed, Jacksonville Fla., May 1891.-0ne I have on hand bOO pounds of the SURE-SAFE-SCIENTIFIC

were a number of financial estatesof notwithstanding heroic efforts on the hundred and forty-eight city blocks is famous Eden Watermelon Seed whichI

national repute, including the part of the fire department reenforc- laid waste. Loss 15000000. will sell at reasonable! figures if sold .

buildings of Alexander Brown & Sons, ed by almost numberless firemen from Paterson N. J., Feb. 9,1902.-Twen- at once. The Eden Melon is the best

the Continental Trust company, the Washington Philadelphia ilmington, ty-six blocks burned In the heart of shipper knowu and these seeds were

Union Trust company, the Atlantic rtewaric, .v J., mrnsourg ana New the city. Loss 10000000. selected from large and perfectly

Trust company the offices of the Bali York city.Starting. shaped stock. For prices, etc., ritew dz
; timore and Ohio and the Pennsylvania in the wholesale section the FIRE AT HOUSTON.

i railroad companies; the Maryland fire burned out every wholesale houseof I I. R STILL

.' a Southern and Cresapeake railroad, several note in the city, swept along Monetary Loss Is Estimated at $100* Blackville, S. C. McMillan Bros
I j ";, steamship companies all the largest through the Baltimore and Fayette 000-Entire Block Destroyed.

i wholesale houses, many of the street sections, destroying all the Houston Feb. '.-A fire early this

I! F principal retail stores and thousands ot prominent business buildings banks morning destroyed an entire block ot BRANCH'S Southern Copper Works
f smaller business establishments. Many and brokerage offices as well as tne buildings including the Central Fire

;' (. of thtm carry little or no insurance Chamber of Commerce and Stock Exchange station two livery stables, two business Genuine Rattlesnake Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

'. and it it doubtful if many of the in- in the financial section, then houses and half a dozen resi

surance companies are able to pa>* : sped on through the wholesale and export dences.A WATERMELON SEED.

r their losses dollar for dollar and those I trade section, centering about number of horses were burned ti and General Metal Worked-
that do will probably require time in Exchange Place It finally broughtup death as were tre other In two stableJ Only Pure Strain in the United States

which to arrange for the payment. at the Falls, where it invaded the and the apparatus of the fire station. Carefully selected Kept pure,35 years. No
lumber district.It There are some people nnacountefi other ranctjr grown on plantation of zoo acre Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. ,i .,uine -
different varietiesare ,
Start of the Fire. Pure seed impossible where
has gutted the old and new biuld- for but up to 5 o'clock ao bodies have grown.i through the country a specialty. Orders by. *or

The start of the fire was in the basement ings along Pratt street and on the been found. OT..isc: a o*..25;M to 400 )i lb,65;(lb, $t.15; wire will receive prompt attention at eitb of t11 e "
of the Hurst & Ca's wholesale wharves which housed hundreds of The monetary loss Is estimated at 10 1b6IIC-Delh'ered. j .
... ** '
i *
for works %'
dry goods house. After burning firms doing business all over the about $150,000. Send for Seed Annual. "Manual on Melon following -

ten minutes or so, there was a loud world. It has swept away the bridgesover Culture." toe:. Remit by registered letter or. /AYANNAH./GA./
explosion from the interior of the Jones Falls and burned into thegreat New York Feb. 9.-Lewis Cans, a i money FAYETT. VILLE, H. C.
'building tank usec well known banker and member of i M. I. BRANCH,
as the freight terminals of the Penn MOBIE AA.
''I tor the engine in the building let go.Immediately sylvania and Baltimore and Ohio rai> the firm of Kuhn, Loeb t Co.. U dead. i Columbia Co. BerzelU, Ga JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
w *
t the immense .structur.
I". Asa ..'--- -- "' ,

1w .

'. .. '. -p ',' .
I "" :-z.,"" ,._. ,," ., .-. ,' -<<-.J.:: ""' T.-?' -f'

fe' '*4< i* S>




i ._-- A

-***- X* _< 'AxXx-xXx- -,xXxxXx- -xXx- -JlXx- -xXx- -xb-- XxKXx- -xXxxXx-


-- -
51U i

ELEVEN JAPANESE AN3 avert war. There is no doubt that ti MARION H

France is ready, if the Japanese government I i

ONE RUSSIAN SHIP SUNK. !is willing, to offer ler me.ation Jails Open Fighting kith) I ,

: to Japan and Russia, if it I is not

Port Arthur ig Flanjes:-Great too long fered_, late.telegram and Japan King Lord Great to Edward the Lansdowne Britain's mikado has good begging has sent offices of a-, Midnight (UtacK XXU HARDWARI, I IiM:

Eidtemeot Prevails and the him to reflect JxII

"At the, present time, China IB, remaining !)
World Looks on With) 1!
neutral. The Intervention VICTORIOUSThey COMP ANY Z

Bated Breath. of,a third power Is ,unlikely and a RETIRING XX .

general conflagration in the Far East
Iti I I 'I
is not to be feared. !

6pd l to the OcaU Banner. '"At the first decisive defeat sustained i I *! HEADQUARTERS FOR ii I !

Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 8.-Latest by Japan, France and Great Britain Leave Two Russian Battleships

will renew the offer of their good offices iT ALL STEEL i iT I IXX ?
advices from 8L Petersburg, Russia, should these Beach and
I have been declinedthe on the
and Tokio Japan are that all negotiations first time. LLIDOOD woven FIELD FENCE U

looking to peace between the "The foreign office expects to re One Cruiser Badly '

ceive long telegrams from French diplomatic I I I I 'I Il
two countries are at an end. : : xj
.representatives_ at Tokio and Damaged. Ix IIU I I
The two imperial ministers have 8t Petersburg"The. l y 1
From alnesday'Daily, .0 nv* ar.
been their passports and noth : maintaining that wa ?x Absolute efficiency at least
given Gauloli I expense. 5mCH T7\7\ / \ A"A"A iX
Che Foo, Feb. .-The steamer Colombia !I ,
ing now remains but for the, fightingto 'has-been forced on Russia by the vainglorious practical fence that will !

folly of Japan, the parvenu of ha arrived from Port Arthur 11 I /2 scn j I
battle II
begin, and.news. of a, naval civilisation declares that Russia ii positively turn cattle M
bringing additional! news of the 'mid. horses and 34incr f j t '!
U hourly expected. about to shed her blood for Europe n hogs tXI
I f
Both governments are hunying whom she will save from the yellow night attack by the Japanese Meet ou I pigs. A fence saiNCnx I!

The paper declares also that that is trti '1 tr t1i1.t I III I Iii
their troops into Manchuria. the Russian ships lying outside the strong, t ,
M r
be localized runt
the was is also certain to X ,
practically ever- r t
London, Feb. 8.-Prospect* for a adding that the Pritisb government harbor. The attack lasted all night t ,
Mas given M. Delcasse formal assur lasting, proven rt % t. r r + 1 r j [i
great war breaking out in the Far ances of this subject. Continuing and at daylight this morning two 1 I !I thoroughly cfficien / '

:: week which is acknowledged The Gaulois the French diplomatic .*
East thin says Russian battleships and one' first. olasg. X X X XI t under, .. ac.., :. -... .....,
even in hitherto most pacific circles consider that Great Britain I I ELL000 r1EiD FENCE(s1MD 3 ST ELI AACt in 5 d nEtGnTS T i i iI
in cruiser where seen beached and dis- every possible
spite of her instrictive sympathy ITU t

quarters, has been brought appreciably for Russia, will find it to her in- :bled. 1 he cruiser was badly damage* 11X I I condition. EVERY ROD OF ELLWOBD FENCE IS GlimXTEEB; ;I I

nearer by the developments of a terest to conciliate that power, espe X xx

day or two. That a Rus: o-Japanese cially on account of her projects in ed. In the morning the Russian forts )I(1 I( If yo* want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the I'Itj I

conflict will be followed by a Balkan Thibet inform and Japan that that she not w uf having immediately heeded and fleet opened fire on the Japenese 1 X!1 1X ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you 1

outbreak which in time is liKely to her pacific counsels, Japan cannot boats which withdrew. During the can get absolute satisfaction.

develop into a widespread European count on the support of the Britishcabinet morning fight the Jap struck threeof 1(1 I I( I1 I I

conflagration. It is probable that a collective note the Russian ships while none of the I II I XX I \\ e are Ocala Agents for"FAVORITE" i XJKff!

Vladivostok, Feb. 8-If Vladivo- signed by the British, French and Ger- i
Japanese ships were hit.
,tock is blackaded the offices of the man, and it is hoped by the American Si
chancellors shortly, will be addressedto The Japanese fleet has gone in the U
Usuri railroad and the law courts will STOVES RANGES
her the
Japan notifying of neu- directien of Dalny. Xwii
be transferred to Kbrbariovsb, and 'trality of these powers in whatever I
z Report sinking Japanese ships is I I i iI
the administrative offices to Nicokak may happen. TTU I I II Ix

TJssuri. The correspondent of The Matin in untrue. I I I I

| London telegraphs another interview .
Tendency of the Times. Xx XX
Front Wednesday's Daily.Jtinksonviilr I with Baron Hayashi. the Japanese
The tendency of medical science. II I
Feb. 1901. minister there, who told him that Japan : II
Fla., ,
; has already notified China that is toward Jpreventative measures. ii The Marion Hardware
Special to the Ocala Banner. Company I
in the event of her victory the integrity The best! thought of the woHd is being Xvi

Dispatch to 8U Petersburg says of China will be respected. The given to the subject It is easier and ,

Japan torpedo boats have Attacked minister hinted that one of the princi- better to prevent than to cure. It ha I i I II!I

Russian squadron at Port Arthur. pal objects of Japan is the beginningof been fully demonstrated that pneumonia ftT 1 OCALA; FLORI1I jA. !

the campaign that will be the de- one of the moat dangerous M
Three Russian and one Japanese war ?X
struction of the railroad from Harbinto diseases: that medical men have to
I llx
ships disabled. Liter dispatch to Port Arthur, and that Japan honed contend with,can be prevented by the I .
xXx'xXxxXxxXx -xxx- xxxxxxxxx xxx- -xxxxxx-1 ,
Russian Admiralty says that eleven for much from the Manchurian brigands use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. -xXxxXx-- -xXxxXx- -xXx--xXx- -xXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xXxxXx- ,4
who detest the Russians.
Japanese and one Russian ship sunk. Pneumonia always results!! from a cold

Port Arthur burning. Martial law KING STILL HOPEFUL or from an attack of Influenza (grip), I -
; and it has been observed that this 1>
declared. 1'Strauss'
remedy counteracts of
Italian Ruler Hopes that War May Yet any tendency Holiday
Be Averted. thefe diseases towards pneumonia.This I ,

Port Arthur, Feb. 9.-Tne Japanere has been fully prouen in
I l Rome Feb. 9.-King Victor Emanuel manythousands.of .. .
consul at Che Foo has sent a telegram
in which this r
had a long interview with Premier :
to the Japanese elders here urging the -.
I rewedy has been used the
Giolitti and Marine Minister Mo- during
departure of all Japanese from Port ExposuresBring
rabello today as a result of the severance great: prevalence of colds and grip in '1
Arthur and Port Dalny.
of diplomatic relations between recent, and can be relied upon with Royal Reserve"Four
The greatest excitement prevails
4 Russia and Japan. The king hopes implicit confidence. Pneumonic often
here. No steamers available and
are Colds
that war still be on Coughs, ,
may averted. Minister results from a flight cold when Ho
the to charter
Japanese are trying a
sailing vessel. They are hastily sell. Mirabello has cabled instructionsto -. danger is apprehended until it le{.\.suddenly Grippe and other troubles
the commander of the Italian squadron -- --
off their property and lading; up their discovered that there is fever be m 4.__
that only promptly
in the Far East to send the Italian can
and in
business. difficulty breathing and painsin

Japan has been telegraphically cutoff third-class cruiser Elba in Korean the chest, then it is announcedthat nipped in the bud bY using Full Quarts Delivered $3.50
waters to protect Italian Interests, and ,
from this port for three days. the has
I patient pneumonia. Be
to have the
armored cruiser bettor
I : A detachment of Japanese troops Pisani eomsmnimate between them. on the safe bide and take Chamber- TROPICAL[! Twelve Full Quarts Delivered $10.00

Rationed on the island of Sum 1m a,* 40 The third-class cruiser Pugilia now ; Iain's Cough Rsmedy aa soon as the
miles from Mazampho. Korea has -
at San Francisco, has been ordered to cold is contracteu. It nalwavs cures.
been ordered to be in i
readiness to Japan. For sale) by Antimonopoly Drug --
land in Korea in event of a rupture. PINEAPPLE( l( I54 mi"
Although it ii hardly considered that Store. m
The Japanese commercial agent at No marks to indicate content of
their tai
sailing will be in view
: necessary Mr. Gordon of Dunaellon.To .
Vladivostock has been ordered to
of the limited Italian interests there, Orders filled same day Ai received
leave. the Editor of the Ocala Banner

two for the other Far warships East are reaay to start ". wish to speak of Mr. Henry Gor- TAR I !AND WINE[

London, Feb. 9.Baron Hayashi, STRAUSS & CO-
; the minister An exchange of views on the subject don through your good paper, I have t
Japanese has informedthe Srpr; y e.co
Associated Press that the military is whose taking place between the countries heard his name repeatedly spoken off The Great Florida Reme- Whole ale and Retail Liquor Dealer,
rulers, like the
steps contemplated by Japan for the king o as a probable candidate for sheriff of
backed thana OCALA, FLORID
Italy have received letters from the dy, by more .
preservation of its interests in the Far emperor of Korea announcing his in tbiscounty. I wish to say that ifMr. million dollars of Flor-
East'already have commenced.
The minister was careful to point tention to abstain from any act whichmight Gordon comes out for tins office ida capital. Look at the .

ont however, that this does not mean be interpreted as a breach of he will get a good vote, judging from names of the gentlemenwho
neutrality. Although not unexpected, compose this company Brick LOn W.
actual hostilities, but strategetic action what I hear. JOHNSON
the later news from the Far Eastdeeply and see if this is nota
through pouring Japanese trooP I ,
affected the Mr. Gordon has lived iu Florida of
into Korea and Manchuria. This, he pope, whose mind sufficient guarantee Lime ---Dealer iaPROPRIETOR-- - _
states Is now in progress. immediately: turned to the faithful and twelve years, and for the past sixyeaJ' merit.Wm. .

iiaron to Hayashi any emergency calculates will forces be disembarked adequate .. the horrors missionaries of war. expected The pontiff to l said see:the $ in Marion. He has served the S. Jordan Pies, Banker and Capitalist Hair HW( !AND SECOND'([ HAND! MUHIHf Y.

"1 still have hopes of the dispositionof people of Dunnrllon as marshal half Chas. Blum.Vice Plea,Wholesale Merchant Cement
within two or three days. I J.J, Williams,Vice-Pres.,Comm rcit)1 Sales-
He regards the breaking off of the zar. Let us pray that God of this time, giving satisfaction and man. Or-
negotiations may guide him." B W.Sperry,Tret'urer.l'rop.Duval Hotel. Laths
as tantamount to war, and each year making friends by his business Thos A.Dart Sec'y and Mr Publisher. THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.

does not look for any formal declare Recluse Burned; Left Fortune. push and persistence in all D.Stores HMcMilian.:Co. Vice-Pies Consolidated Naval And locomotives'For Sale and Lusa.

tion. W C. Yei* ,Prts.The Metta Co.
The minister reiterates the statement Boston. Feb. 9.-With deposits i in duties that came before him. Mr. E. E .west. Capitalist and Lumber Manutaatuner. Second Hud Rail Bought and J..H,

that the Russian reply was not local banks estimated at $25.000, Nelson Gordon is every inch a man, aa brut L A.Fra'eigh,Cashier Buk of Madison.T. Shingles. Three locomotives fur sale or leaa .
.C. Smith Ass Cashier Bank of Madison.A. .
Barton a rag picker has been For Sale-
delivered and declares his belief to as Caesar and gentlemanly in his conduct .H. West,Capitalist and Real Estate Dealer
tie that it never was sent burned to death in Lyon. His fibdy Gea T.Hodgsco General Southern Agent N. One 16x24 Tolbert Eneine- One 14x16 Nacle Eaglee,
was found lying in a heap of ragsthat at all times.Dunnellon Y. Life Ins Co. Oge lblti New York Safety. One l00HP Ball Atrmk.
D.P.Smith,Tax Collector Volusia Co. 75HP Harris
I % London Feb. 8.-A special!' he had collected and which had would lose a good lL H. McCreary,Editor Daily Gainesville San. Office and Shops Corlisa. One 12x16 Erf Clt..
dispitcifrom On"12HP Gasolene. One
D. E.Thompson.General Manager St. Angus 50HP. One 2UHP.
served his bed for
k Berlin says that a strong fleet as many years. Barton marshal, by Mr. Gordon being made tine Daily Record. sear On* 150 HP hUh prestare return tublar boiler. CSt,
i narrowly escaped lynching who Wm.J. Bryan.County Solicitor, Doval Co.Win. =
25HP Economic
of Japanese warships, reported to be President Lincoln our sheriff. "But 'tW&8 ever A S. R. L. FrtiehtOtpoL One boiler, and a lot of other .I& .a
was assassinated hand and other machinery
ea its way to Chemulpo Korea haseized
s because he expressed joy over the sal Come O'lt Gordon. & thUS.1 I LAKE CITY, .
several Russian FLOIMDi
trading steam90. event He later made a public vets 'fry a bottle and if not
--- -- -- -
:' tion. He had lived the life of a recluse tiett.rTha.6old. pleased write the com- -
for I. pany or any one of the
k+ FRENCH!: DIPLOMACY. I was troubled for several years I' above gentlemen and get rl "RfUJ( [ A NOME(NTs rr

Paul Romare, Banker Dead. with chronic indigestion and nervous your money back. Made

} Way s, Equal to the Task of EffectIng Atlanta, Feb. 9.-Mr. Paul Roman, debility writes F. J. Green, of Lan- only by Trop. -Mfg. Co,

,: a Reconciliation. president of the Atla National bank caster, N. H. "Xo remedy helped. and sold by all druggists. Have you decided on the kind
Parts.\feb. 9.-The Echo de Paris] me until I began using Electric Bitters I :'
I died this morning at his home, after u fertilizer
you are going to ?
use It'snot
publishes following attributed to
a an Illness of several weeks. M y. which did me more good than
person of %n official standing: all medicines I t a question of how much but
Romare was one of Atlanta's pioneer tne ever, used. They I
a "The opinnn: at the foreign' office citizens. No one had more friends have also kept my wife in excellent what kind when the best resul t

i 15 very pessifc\ tic, but I can assure than he. health for years. She says ElectricBitters can be obtained. You can't make
that Fren* a
: yon diplomacy will be 'Z A
1, : equal to the tai, of striving to ef Chaplain Hale Mentions Fire. are just splendid, for female 4i_ tt Q mistake when you use our high grade
conciliation troubles; that they are a grand tonic & J fertilizers.
feet a t
Ind sparing Japan Washington Feb. 9.-Chaplain Hale
and invigorator for weak, run down
t', the crushing dEfeahw.hlch threatens of the senate in his opening prayer h> '
Ber. The final crus\5 of Japan Is day referred to the Baltimore fire. women. No other medicine can take Highest cash price paid for dry bones ..

certain and under thconditions, The Panama canal question was then its place in our family" Try them. I '

France considers it to b\*ne Int rest taken up and Mr. Hopkins addressedthe Only) 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by FLORIDA FERTILIZER MF1. COMPiHI

of Great Britain Japan's 1fy to extrcise senate in support of the canal Anti-monopoly drug store and Tydgs -1 J i l ,
del'lItrPRilTf'I i L'rder tcr treaty. & Co. m 6aln stilU, Fla.ttOE .



1' V ..
; ,... ,...,. -,... _. ,, ,,, ,
s. .J > 4 : "- r"L '::';' '' "_"' ; "" < -''' ''''. '-' ; "'''''",> .' ,;" "!'_:_, N,z -;td.. "''''''
,C I, 1 :-- 1o'1iI1 4. : ,1 ::_ : ;

:::0 d.- -'..".... ::",

-- ""' -, _




_ _ _ -
--- ---

Lents regarding Korean affairs exist ,- TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS-
'I th fast JfcpAMM fl.st. I IOe FATAL TRAGEDY :
JAPS ARE VICTORIOUS repert is that the Russian I| leg between the two governments. ATj 1 Corn _

Hewever, the negotiations began upon I I will be 4*. the following pUc a to rtcrr.
hauled don their flags and sorrwidsrea return ol real and personal property sad

J1OVER RUSSIAN BEAR without a shot, being overawed b> this conclusion sebject and were Japan not without brought await to a COLUMBUS GEORGIA must.have a sufficient supply orPotash I agricultural reports PtIlIU7ARYlgIj4.u the Uw requires:

superior aamb rs.Anat&tr I
ing fie receipt of the last responsive 1 i Kendrick Monday i a. m.
this U
report saya-and Martin Monday p. ra
proposals of our government, declared G. H. Fontaine a Prominent Loweiltnesd.yaa. m.
Put severaL of Czar'abhipa most geaerally believed-that the Variag ,
They .
the negotiations broken off and di- J Red4ickTuea4ayzp. m. :
wax set afire and disabled In a Citizen Shot Dead. McIntosh Wednesday j. _
Ilomatic relations with Russia dis Central Thursday .
4 m.
Out of Business. aaval battle that lasted four hours solved. in order to develop into a crop. Flembgtoa Friday 3 a. ID.

and that the Korietz was su&k. WAS Fairfield Friday p. m. -
AS No of
,amount PhosphoricAcid
RUSSIAN'VICTORY "Without advising us a f the fact Shady Gro e Monday a. m.
ON THE ft is believed hare tils fight was I Santos Monday S p. m.
that tie breach of such relations or Nitrogen can compensate Belleview Tuesday ,.
participated la oaljr by a small portion Fight Occurred Between Two Gentlemen Pedro school
would. it itself, mean an opening ot ( houleWedutdaYI' a. at.
Advicea Received at Vladivo for lack of in'
.f Japan's fleet which engaged tbe a Summerfield Wednesday 10 p. .. -
war-like operations, the Japanese gov at the Muscogee Club When Candler Thursday it a. m.
Korea Russians early in the day near Cke- fertilizers [for
stick State that Chemulpo, ernment orders to its torpedo Ocklawaha Thursday 11 p.BU
aulso in the direction of Nagasaki.A gave Fontaine Intevencd and Received a and East Lake Friday u a. BU
Has Been Occupied by Russian Soldiers boats to siddenly attack our squadron grain all WeirsJale Friday u p. m.

cablegram received last night says standing ia tie outer harbor of the Fatal Wound-City excited. other ]. Unadale (school biuse)Saturday>t, u to S.
and Marines. that Japan has succeeded in landing L crops Drawdv's Saturday n-.ght. _
fortress of Port Arthur. Upon receiving Columbus, Ga., Feb. 11. Colonel G. I Moss Bluff Monday a. m. _
London Feb. 11.-A special dispatch 26,000 men on the southern coast ot -, Electra Monday p. a.
l reports from the viceroy in N. Fontaine well known citizen ot We shan be glad Lynn Tuesday ,6 a, B.

from Tokio dated today, says it ia Korea. the Far East about this, we immediately Columbus. aid knewn throughout th< to send free to any Graharnvtlle Tuesday ti p a.
that three transports of the Japan is wild with joy over her ,.. frinerourlitt1ebook Connor Wednesday 17 a. m.
commanded him to answer the south, was killed early this morningat Churchill (school: house)Thursdiy a. ..
Russian volunteer fleet conveying victories for the fcr&t 24 hours. which contain* valuable Kerr City Thursday _
Japanese challenge with an armed the Muaoogee club on Broad street p n. \.
Eureka .
:... informatioo Friday 19 a. .
about 2,000 troops hare bewn captur
force. It seems that Colonel Fontaine was about soil culture. Daisy Friday 19 p. m.
ed by the Japanese off the Korean Officially Confirmed. Ft. McCoy Saturday M a. M.
-Making known this our decision. acting as peacemaker between two Anthony Monday 11Sparr ,
London. Feb. 11.-Baron naya hl.
oast we. with unshaken faith in the Almighty : other gentleaea and *'' eliot dead. GERTIAN KALI WORKS, Tuesday t] a. at.
the Japanese niiister here has ra- ]I.. Tark-IS.Xasiaa Street. ** Greenwood Tuesday 23 P- *.
St Petersburg. Feb. 11. Some cl ceived official confirmation from and with a firm expectation .t Mr. T. Williams. Sho is said to .&1aMe,4-ji --lit. dna Wednesday 14 a, m.

the newspapers here print extras tad reliance upon the unanimous wit4lBgaea be one of th. principals, U badly b11 Ornge Spriags Thursday jj a...
Ocala all
kio of the destruction at Chemulpo of March.
claiming a Russian victory at Port Ar of the Russian first-class cruisar 'a- If all cur loyal snbj ets to wounded./ "Je Jell. the Deg Faced Man, DM. The law requires aU returns to W atade Vr
theSrstoAprfl. ALPaXOATHE.NOTICE. .
thur. Thee Javanese warships and stand with us ia defense ef the fata; New York. Feb. Theodora 11
nag and the third-cuss cruiser Ko DIED IN PULPIT. P* Tu A.or.u- Ole..,.
Lour torpedo boats are reported to rletz. erland uk God's blessing upon our trof tke,og-faced man. known by the .

have been seriously crippled. One stalwart laid and naval forces. sobriquet of "Jo-Jo," exhibited in raost .
Preacher Takes His Text Then Succumbs
reports says the Japanese battleship Reserves Held Ready. I "His Imenrial Majesty Nicholas. to Death. eountrlej af the world ia dud here

l&fkisklma was suak. New York Feb. 11.-All the members from pneumonia, says a Herald 41* NOTICE IS HEREBY CITOT THaT TJJ-
AsherUU N. 11. Wiley R
fib. -
The people are demonstrating but Cave Russians Time. paLes from Salonlet Turkey.NOTICE70 by 'flUor a final Aacre eaUrrt
of the naval reserves were commanded Brown has-, the lii the cause of William torch
of tlU City, receired Youag spume **
efthe London Feb. 11. Official
is official confirmation dispatches
there no bto remain at their present tl1" Sprairns. pending u the Circuit Comrt ol U.
report and the annouacemeut is dis from Tokio received by Baron ,Haya news of death of hU brother-ia- Fifth Judicial Qrcmit .t Florida, la sad tor
abode so that they can be tound read- Uw, ReT. B. A. Kuykead3.il which STOCKHOLDERS. Marion county tn duncrry.ca toe jrd day ..4'December.
credited. whea It is decided to call them out. shi say the Japanese admiral on arriving !.D. 1fDS b ; -..bl. lBullock. / $.
-- at Chomulp, Korea sent wordto curred at the Corinth Baptist church : .jtidre of the above styled coart Ut
says a dispatch to The Times from a of this county and tinier peculai Notice It hereby given that the annual meeting undersigned special Blaster U chancery. appointed -
Vladivostock Feb. !.-Private telegrams Russian correspondent, who adds tha the two Russian cruisers giving of the stockholder of the OetH Water thereti to execute Mid hat timer

received here report the com of ot them a time in which to leave. Shortly circumstances. Company will be held in the city of Ocala on irffl on Monday OtUh' da*tt Ifore* A Dj-te*.

plete rout of the Japanese by the Russians one company every regiment afterward the Russians came out and Rev. Mr. Kuykendall was a.Baptlst Saturday izth day of March 1904.K.L.ANDHRSOV. tetweem the hoers of n .o'clock t.aad f
guard troops la the districts of St minister in this section and Sundayhad o'clock p. at.01 Mid day. I. front of the toMk
on the Yalu river. attacked the! Japanese torpedo boat door cf the court bouse in Ocala Marias eon.
Che Petersburg and Moscow is to be seat gone to Corinth to preach his J. A. CMPBELL. President. ty. Florida. at public euUry.oBt fjr sale aa J
These advices also claim that J which replied with a torpedo effective
to the Far East. Secretary. i U 5t will sell to the highest a.d heal bidder lor cue
mulpo. Korea has been occupied by ly. A general exchange of shots regular weekly sermon. the mortgaged premises ift sud Baal 4 rr*.
Cabling from Moscow, a Times correspondent The preacher arrived at the house described a*follows, to-wrt: TIle cat half ..
pi Russian soldiers and marines. says: then followed. After a hot fire the REDDICK AND FAIRFIELD SPECIAL the southeast quarter ol Ue Mrtfcwnt ounrr
of worship in his usual good health of section lUownahip sovtk .(
Russians returned to Chemulpo and ij. tugt n east,
Russian military: men da not conceal and had begun the services takingfor SCHOOL DISTRICT. also northeast quarter ol section...towa.-I, 17,
8L Petersburg. Feb. .-No further their satisfaction at the success of tank at the mouth of the harbor. i south of range aD.all in Manna OMMy, Florida,
details of the fighting off Port Arthur is not known whether their sinkingwas his text the forty-fourth chapterof or so much thereof as may be Becnaary to Mt-
I Russla's five months delay. They declare Genesis: ,,'E. THE CNDERSIGNED QC ALIPED isty said tinl decree and costs ot A.t.
have been made public here beyond. their due to the Japanese fire or theRussians' voters who pay a tax on real or personal CARLOS L. blS tit t:Nit.
country today is ready for "1 will go and sea Him. before I property. will on AUUD.DAVII.. Special Master.ii CniBCtry.
official bulletins. but it is be-
the actions
solicitors for
contingencies which would have been die" tliefnl Monday in March 1J... Complainant. | ij
Telegrams from abroad coacerning lieved to be due to the former. The
awkward a few months ago. They After speaking a few words he pretent ihi petition to the Board of Public ID*
the attacks have been received. crews of both the Russian vessels ruction of Manoo county, Florida, asking the
appear to be satisfied that Japan his hand to his side NOTICE
suddenly placed said board to call an electIon tor the puprote of
newspaper dispatches over the Siberian never can succeed in forcing Russia's sought refuge on a French warshipat and fell to the floor of the pulpit ex creating a Special Tax bcbool District to be described

lice have been stopped and the land she Chemulpo. There were no casualties an loUows. All of township ij south. ol Application for Tax Deed Under fiectioa! of
position, even though comes piring within a few seconds and without range 21 east except west half of section and
telegraph office refuses to accept private out uppermost in the naval campaign. to the Japanese and their vessel the east half of section 23.and all of sections 5. 6 Chapter eS l8. Laws 01 Florida

messages for the Far East 'except sustained no damage. uttering a word. and 24; and sees i.a tI. 12. 13.14.23 and 24 oft NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEV THAT Cha
jwiuhip 13 south range :20 east.A. purchaser of Tas Certificate
over the Persian line. Japan's Fleet Returned. -- D.Jones.I.. Q. Dodd. D. B. Matthews, R. No. 2115 dated the Tib day of Aurutt. A. I).
is expressed In certain HAD SEEN 107 YEARS. A.Yongue A. B. Vongue. A. M. Matthews.. 1899 and city tax certificate No. 2sj. sale oi
Scepticism London Feb. 11.-A dispatch to the Ask Receiver Appointed. L. Godwin Win. C. MurphY.E S Smith A. T. Sept 3rd. I<}DO. has filed said crU-
quarters that the full extent of the Central News from Port Arthur I New York Feb. 11.-By unanimous McClochlia.A.M. Cook. R. C. Vounge. P. S. ScaLes in my office. and has made application
say Death of Remarkable Old Man-Citi. Dupuii. W. A. Yongne J. B. Yongoe. A. G. lor tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
Russian losses has not been given the Japanese fleet returned there i vote the directors of the Equitable of Bartow County. Yongue.A.B. Rou. *. E. YongneH.G. YongtIsom said certificate embrace the following described
out but in government circles the ofncial j National bank have decided to ask the zen I, A. W. Yongne. J. A. Thomas G. D. Rou. W. property situated ia Manoa county,
and bombarded
Tuesday afternoon again I' Cartersvoille Ga., Feb. 11.-Thoma Lcvertt.S I. McAteer. G. M. MattS.W.Yongue.jrS. Florida t>- itSouthwest :
bulletins are accepted as accurately I comptroller of the currency faT the appointment W of southwest
the Russian fleet and forts Leachman who died a few days Yongue., L.E.Pcott, R H. Scott quarter quarter Mt
representing the extent of of a receiver. The depositors -I ago I. H. Carter.James Bracewell, W. H. Sherouse. tied 30,township 16. range 12 and cummeaciaga
but that it soon withdrew.The at his home near this city was a remarkable T. J.DaVison. J. U Robinson C. M. Cars B. ,95 chains east of northeast corner of tot jl
'\ disaster the general expression being losses to the Russians. the dis, according ta the officials of the P. Wilson, R. A, Boyd B. S, Damsby. W. H. CaldweU's ad Ocala thence east a.69 chains sooth
r that the Russian authorities did not institution will not lose a cent but example of physical endur Bishop, S. L. Fritz,J. W. Wilson.J. C Dupree. 3.38 chains west 69 chains morth j j* chains.
patch says, was small. During the. ; ance. He had lived more than 107 J. N. heelyW.D.BobbittJ. M. Sherouse. B. The said land being assessed at the date oi the
expect early successes, especially at a cruiser grounded. tie stockholders may lose more than P. Hall L M. Sherouse. W. M. Sherouse. w. S.Stounian : issuance of such certificates ia- the name of
firing Japanese years, and had seen parts of three I I H. P. Billingsley. Z. A. McClacon. Ellen. Williams and Estate o! Charles_ Woodward :
sea.The 30 cents on the dollar on an aggre- centuries. Up to three years ago he i Johnson J. J. Mesdows- G W. I, DeaI unless said certificate shall t'ede m4
whole city anxiously awaited gate amount of between $30,000 ar- I ham. W. F. Pullman. J H. Billinesley V. S. according Uw. tax deed _U1 Isaac thrice
BARON HAYASHI TALKS. | was as active and energetic as an or Anthony. R. W. McAnley E. D. Rou. R. N. on the ist day of ?March.A. D. 19114.
last night for official news. Extraor- iI ?10,000. The bank was organizedonly his He Johnson, R. M. Fife. L.S Light Jake Leitner. Witness my official signature and seal Ibis
I dinary man of half years. W. p. Wood.P. B. the 25th day ot January. A. D
dinary scenes were witnessed la and two years ago. C. H. Schultz Livingston.S. M. McGeehee. 1904.
Japanese Minister Speaks of Recent; celebrated his 103rd birthday by, picking w. s. Davenport J. H, Uendoiz D. S. Grover S. T SlsTa NIt.I .
around th e newspaper offices and Naval Engagements. I president is the youngest head of a F. C.Gladney, J. E. Spencer, W. M. Shockley. 29 Clerk Circuit Court Mama Co. FU.
I as pounds of cotton. When
crowd of people literally besieged the j national bank in the country. The Geo. M.Long. 15 .--- -- .----
London, Feb. 11.-\\"e were slow in
t 80 ;years of age he could do a hardday's
ministry of the interior where the Official negotiating so we are making up for bank is capitalized at $20 JOOO. with work In the fields. CENTRAL SPECIAL SCHOOL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

Messenger is published. smart I claimed assets of $175,000 in excess ot DISTRICT
lost time by quickness in action said He was well known in this section

carriages driving up in quick succes- Baron Hayashi this morning. deposits.! Department of the Interior Land OBct ..1GaiuesviUe
and almost every one in Bartow knew THE tNDERSIGNEDCITIzENS AND
tke and lowest of the WE Fla..Jao. 250 tglj4.
v _lion and highest
"The engagements at Port Arthur tax payers of the following descnbed
the location of his little cabin. evenif
inhabitants waiting in the anteroom and Chemulpo were merely in accordance -I NEW ORLEANS MARKET. they were not familiar with his his territory First on A/om&fin March N following settler has filed notice of his

or camping in the snowcoveredstreet with plans long matured. As present to the board of public instruction of intention to make final prool support of his
tory. He was an interesting Ian Marion county Florida this asking the claim, and that said proof wt'l be made before
waiting patiently far into the : soon as our forces are landed in Korea Cotton Opened Steady from 20 to 4S mark. said board to call an election for the purpose of: clerk circuit court at Ocala Fla. on

morning for the numbers containingthe I look for. an important fleet action Points Down. creating a special tax school district to be I Hank SIM, lyot,
He came to this county 60
official bulletins. The text ot Feb. 11.-The cotton years known ai he Central Special Tax School District : vii; Elijah L. Fergu>on. ot $BlUchtoo Fla Hit.
at Port Arthur. The Russian New Orleans .the
above said district include
ago from Abbeville district in South to the following 27521. for the south half ol northwest quarter'

these communications had leaked out vessels are not likely to give up the I market opened steady and tram .20 to Carolina and engaged in the mining nonheas described:corner of territory section : Commencing at section jo township 13 south range M eaM.
5. township u.range
among the newspaper men, but as the advantage gained by being under the I I 40 points down on discouraging Liverpool business. :20 on Alachua county line Running west to the He continuous names the residence following upon witnesses and to cultivation to pro'shis

law forbids publication of such docu- cover of their land batteries. By !I II cables. Levy county line. Theace south along Levy of Mid land.vix:
county line to south boundry of Arredondo
I I Dr.S. H much.Wiley J. Willis. George U
ments until they have appeared in going to the Chinese side however I The market was fairly sold out the Aycock Will Not Interfere. Grant line. Thence east to southeast corner ot Richard and John W.Couter, all of Blitcate*.
the Official Messenger, the editors had almost section 20,township 12.range 20. Thence north Fla. W. C. aOBUitON.
the Japanese fleet, by high angle fire I liquidation of yesterday apparently Raleigh, N. C.. Feb. 11.-Governor to point of beginning. Reguttr.
to wait until the government the outside R. D.Zctrouer.J.K. Zetrouer J. P. Bruton 1-19
can drop in shells which should makeit I entirely wiped .
Aycock declines to interfere with the H. M.Sherotue.J. S. Dunning. J C. Zetrouer; -.
pnnted the news before starting their very uncomfortable for the Russian I long interest. death sentence of Jabel Register murderer B. T. Simmons V. P. Smith.C. U. Smith I.. M.
Smith. W. T.Taylcr J. F. U<-gan, D. R. Dunn NOTICE
own showed
presses. moored close Prices quickly a recovery
ships lying to one an the latter's mother and sister J. I.. Beck. ? js

The Associated Press representative -, other. Thereby it is hoped to drive I until May was 4 points higher than having been here today and renewed Notice of Application loT Tax Deed radar Sc

calling on a well known editor out Viceroy Alexieff's forces. Possibly yesterday's close and 49 points higher NOTICE
for life while
their plea Imprisonment, lion 8,of Chapter 4S88, Laws of Florida.
found him surrounded by a throng of like Admiral Cervera he may I than the lowest level of the morning, some of the most influential men in IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT

officers and prominent citizens implore anticipate fate and come into the open I at 13.04. The market had a natural Register's case Including State Senator t:. S. District Court. Southern District of Flor NOTICE and Tiller. purchaser of Tax

ing him to read to them the telegram of his own accord. The present i tone, and no artificial means were ida. SS.In Re helwyn E. Rowe.-Bai krupUIn Certificate No. 1273.dated the 4th day cf Lord
J. A. Brown were present A. D. 1898 has filed said certificate la my office.: -
be had just received. The editor events merely go to show the utter employed to sustain prices. The wired the to let the law the Matter of Petition for Final Discharge. and made application for Ux deed to issue ta
governor THIS THE jSth, DAY OF JANUARY A. accordance .it a U w. Said certificate embrace
pale with emotion recited the narrative uselessness of Port Arthur from a leading bulls appeared content to letI take its course. The governor declines ON 1904 on reading the foregoing petitIon. the following described property situated la

of the bombardment of Port Ar strategetlc viewpoint. I prices rise on the underlying strength will it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had Marion county V'tonda, to-wit:
interfere. So
to Register
I upoj the same oa the South half of south half section I. township
thur. More people Kept coming in Dealing with Secretary's Hay note !> of the market be hanged on Feb. %5. tStk day of February, A. D. 1904, 15. tange t2.

and the editor was compelled to read to the powers on the subject of preserving |I I The market appeared steadier and before said court at Tampa in said district at the The issuance said Und of such being certificate assessed ia at the the aan date of of

it over and over again. The crowds healthier than for weeks pasti Warrant Is Issued Charging Asault ten o'clock in the forenoon and that notice Unknown. Cales said certificate shall be redeemed -
the Integrity of China Baron i thereof be published in the"Banner," a newsoaper according to Uw tax deed will !>..
expressed furious impatience at tie Hayashi said: Carrollton. Ga., Feb. 1L-Cheat printed in aid district, and that alt thereon 0...the iblhdayal February 4 D '....
fact that nothing was said about In- I GUNNERS FOR JAP BOATS. known creditors and other persons in later Cat Witness my ollidall11latuFot..d scat thi the
The neutrality of China was first Jones a prominent farmer, living several nay appear at the said time and place and mhday-f A, D.ia.

juries inflicted upon the Japanese suggested by my government and we ': Large Number of Americans; Serving miles east of Carrollton has procured I show cause if any they have why the prayer January S. T stsTRNm.I .
of the said should be
petitioner not granted. Clerk Circuit: Court Manoa Co. rl*.
rf warships.The received assurances that Chinese neutrality In Mikado's Navy. a warrant here for the arrestof And it is further ordered bv the court that the 15
intense indignation with which clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors
would be observed Japan will Savannah. Ga., Feb. 11.-American a young man named Borders, of the notice of said petition and this order addressedto I NOTICE
the news of "The stab in the back Inflicted this of the them at their places of residences as stated.
certainly agree mast heartily to Sec gunners and engineers whose termsof vicinity of Banning, county,
Witness the Hon. James W. Locke. Judge of
received her.
by Japan" was retary Hay's proposition, which appears service have expired in the United ing him with assault with Intent to the said court, and the seal thereof at Jacksonville REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING

seems to be general throughout the chiefly! to be due to the suspicion States navy are being transported t. murder committed upon a son of the ,in said district on the 28th day of Jan THE stockholders of the DunBtlloO
Russia The whole empire is fired uary.A.D 1904. J UJES W. LOCK E. Phosphate will be bald tt Ik*
that Russia might find pretextfor Japan by great numbers. prosecutor at the Central railroad A true copy. Judge. office/ of the Company company U teckwctt..

by the war fever. International action against China. The exodus has been in progress for yards of a coaling and wood enterprise Attest: E. O. LOCKE, Clerk.NOTICE Marion county. Florid OB Tuesday FveraaryI.M. .

The state of feeling here was illustrated -. 16th. f904 ILl II o'clock DooD. .
If, however the Unuited States and some time past in a quiet way, the in that community. The young man RALPH IUICK&

at the theaters last night when other powers contemplate the neutrality result being that the Japanese navy alleged to have been assaulted is a -- Secretary

people demanded the national anthem. of Manchuria the case becomes I has secured many of the finest gunners grandson of Constable W. M. Jones, Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section t
complicated. So long as there are I in the world and these at high I, of Carrollton and is widely related of Chapter 4S8S Laws of Florida. NOTICE

JAPAN WINS FIRST BLOOD. Russian troops in Manchuria. prices. I here and over the county. TOOTICEIS, HEREBY; GIVEN THATC.J.
i Japan IN McCraney. purchaser of ta* certificate) ANNUAL MEETING OF
cannot regard it as neutral territory, A. H. Willett. who is here said No. 1212. dated the 5th day of Apnl. A. D. 'rHIt stockholder RBGCLAR the Port I gH Trrm'calCompany

Naval Engagement Occurs; In Which; 1 scarcely think the United that for several weeks past the gunners Want Sparks to Swing. 1892. baa filed said certificate in my office and will be held at the oftce of the company
deed issue
hat made application tar tax to in Florida.
Manon en
Russia Loses. Great Britain or any other power,: and machinists anticipating tnt Opelika Ala.. Feb. 11. Numerous accordance with law. Said certificate embracesthe Tuesday in ,Rockwell.Febnary loth. 1904.county al one vckxkP
Tokio. Feb. 11.-The news has been would be willing to drive the Russiansout ;I war, which has been regarded on the petitions are being gotten up in this Marion following county,described Flonda to-wit property: situated in m' RALPH BARKER.I .

received here and confirmed that the of Manchuria, however much the]r Pacific slope as inevitable have been county urging Governor Jelks not to Southeast quitter *of southeast quarter of 22 3t hecretarr.

Russian cruisers Variag and Korieti might insist that Manchuria Is part ol r passing through Portland en route let the murderer C. H. Sparks who "section The said 27.township land being i asseosed. range 25.at the date of -

have been destroyed by the Japanes neutral China. So while we are anxious to Japan from all sections of the Unit assassinated Jack Ingersoll at Phenix the Unknown.!,.;,1DCe ol Unless such certificate said certificate tn the name shall of NOTICE

at Chemulpo. I ed States. City escape the gallows. Spares has drei wll1UhL -
fleet to assist In assuring the neu. be redeemed according. .iolaw.tai, ..
The cruiser Variag, which was builtat trality of China proper we have ever' League American Wneelmen.I been in jail here two and one-hall issue thereon on toe BLB oay oi aarcn, A. u. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE
tad esecutni,
Cramp ship yard. Philadelphia. in intention of waging an aggressive land Boston Feb. 11.-The future policyof years. He was twice sentenced to 1904Witness my official signature and seal this the respectively Ihe. as estate executor of Job F. DUB*. deceased

1893. was of steel and unsheathed.She campaign in Manchuria itself. Haying I the organization was the principal be hanged and has thwarted the hang 2nd day of Febrnary.. A. D.S.19114.T.SISTRUSK will on

was of 6,500 tons displacement, resorted to arms, we shall probably 1 question to be decided by the delegates man until now. IS Clerk Circuit Court,Marion Co. Fla, Saturday. the id dag oy July. A. fto*.
of Manes resale.Florida. .
and her indicated horse power was go further than our modest demands -.( to the annual meeting of tie Fifty Killed by CaveIn.St. apply to. at the Ocala.county Fla.judge for the purpose rf making

trial she made of American Wheelmen which ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CRED- final settlement of their accounts and lor
20000. On her. speed made during the negotiations." League Petersburg Feb. 11.-Fifty worli final di harge.
for eight hours. held in this city today. One oi ITORS. I DtN.
4 24 knots per hour was men were Killed by the caving In CYan I ? G, HOCKER.Executors..
52 feet in beam the propositions to be discussed was W. A.
She was 400 feet long SUPREME MANIFEST. embankment on the Warsaw-Vien .

and had a depth of hold of 20 feet. that of nationalizing the league by doIng na railroad. In the course .f their NOTICE legatees IS HEREBY distributees GIVEN and TO all persons CRED- Laid E.Executrix.Law. 4

The Variag armament consisted of 12 Autocrat of All the Russias Issues away with the state divisions and work the men dug into an eld smelting baring claims or demands against the estate of IH5

6-inch quick-firing guns; 12 12pounder Note to having all the business transacted beneath Jonn F. Edwards. deceased. to present the
Subjects. bwied
works which had been aamewithta two j ears oi they win be barred. NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE.

quick-firers; eight 3-pounders ) St Petersburg, Feb. 11.-The offi. by the national officers. Not more the line for 30 days. An explosion this the y& day of February. 1904.

l-poundtra and 6 torpedo tubes two I cial messenger this morning containsthe than 30 representatives of the various followed. Besides the men killed. 256t DOLLY C.Administratrix.EDWARDS N THE 4TH DAY OF AUGUST. 190*. THE

of which were submerged.The following "supreme manifest:" state departments of the organization many were frightfully burned. O undersigned will present her account and

Korletz was built In Stockholm.She "By the grace of God we Nicholas were present. vouchers with Hoa. R. Bullcck. conty judge
NOTICE OF APPLICATION rOR FINAL and ask lor t final settlement and discharge t*
was of steel and was 208 feet in lit, emperor and autocrat of all the Sentenced fo Penitentiary. SETTLEMENT., AND FINAL DISCHARGE administratrix of\he estate of Julia P. Joba-
I Senator Hinn '. Condition. Scranton Pa., Feb. 11-Select Councilman -:. son.eleeeued,this eth day or F..6naary. 1904-
1,433 displacement Russias etc. make
length 85 feet beam. known to all our FRANCES A HO"'SK.
Washington. Feb. 10.-After a con D. V. Evans who was convict .&IbIdawtratria.Stl .
and 1,500 indicated horse power. loyal subjects: IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIDe t 5 iem 6m
the following ed in the courts here of soliciting: NOTICE will
The armament sultation held today executor of the last aid
Her speed was 13 knots. "In our solicitude for the maintain-
Senator Hanna bribes has been sentenced to two testament of JOHN A. COLE deceased
of the Korietz consisted of two I. ance of peace which is dear to our bulletin was issued: : the tsth day of Ftbniar A.D.I'J 1ri11'.1 _v =
had a more comfortable night. His years and six months in the peniten at H ml5
4 8-inch breechloaders one 6-inch heart we made every exertion to consolidate make enal settlement of his accounts
at noon was 102; pulse:: tiary. He was convicted of seeking Such anal settlement ana I to'. -. sal y-
temperature for fib discharge. ........
breechloaders four 4.7-lnch quick- tranquility in the Far East of rail_ Wl tile Tablet hats ibd,L.n.m,
92. His general condition continue to obtain money for a passage throughthe > spphcai n.to be made to the county Judge lea.. _.empioyIaOal.lean JkIoiIk. IJIaI.Atthasc.
firers. two li-lnch firwers two torpedo in these peaceful aims we signified Marion eo -ty.at Ocala. Florida AIges.GeomeO1.GS'.alleblc, Ut aaore. -.
to bs good. Drs. Rixey Osler, Car council of an ordinance granting a I 8286m J. M.UDDF4X. pyjcs.t.aI1..ott. TnihmiUedtopuifiuriMtsM..
tubes. assent to the proposals of the Japanese D. A. MILLER. JfIllUW. C IuIIlonrae L LaLlA r.i.iia,'160
ter. nanchise to a street car company.
Thes 'ers qere; caught asleerby government to revise agree



-- .
-' -' 1. .. ".. -Ai>i.'t-: -
..... ?
-L __: ili Jr. {. : 'f 1 1 n- ;"


r r .
I a.r

'- -----

..ses GOV.i to FRAZIER Coal; Creek._INVESTIGATES.Regarding Recent-- 1 .-,'!_,"'"''" ". "j "" "I,. ;,!in".. "It,' :i t""I111Ptt" I f" "lr,t"l "lll11111" ",,,,,,III,,,,III,,,,,I,,IIIII,,,,n"" "1" ,....... j\

Outbreak There. :: .......
JCnoiTille, Tenn.. Feb. 10.-Governor '
J. B. Frazier arrived here this morn ..: .SEAI..BRAND"-- ." R ROYAL 3

tag from Nashville. After a confer- .._ .. .<,', ...
tae wlta '
parties '
here who famil-
are "
Sar with the Iltuition 'at Coal Creek ::: < ,. I ( .\ R LET ::
u a result of, the fatal engagement ::
tr on Sunday In'' which four men ..E: COFFEEI ,:
ere killed and eight'seriously wound- ._ ) Ca l Goods -__-_
e<4.< he decided Q
go to Coal Creek and ....
lamtlgate for himself. Governor G11-: Chase A:: Sanbunr in 2 Ib tin**. ..1...'.. rut Upk. ---
Frazier left here at 9:30 o'clock. HeM ---
accompanied by Adjutant General ..- .
Harrey H. Hannah, Judge H. M, Barton tI ,
of the court of chancery appsals: .._ -III 4
sad Hon.James H. WeIcker,whom tile .
governor invited as a legal adviser. ::
Governor frazier declined to commit TEA-POT GROCERY.
lumself as to whether'he did or did not ,.
Savor sending state troops to Coal e
Creek. Pressure .-- .
has been brought to "
bur upon the governor to detailtroops ::
to guard the Fratervlll and Thistle .E The Best is the Cheapest
coal mines in which, the ,Coal .Creek !
Coal ,II .
company working nonunionmen. II> '. '
., However other pressure Is simultaneously ..= .. .. : .. '. ; :::
advising gainstuch a :: .i .. .... -..k.-.. And Goes
| tep. The killing: Sunday was a re- ..::; '" ;. < :. :. I:,. '..: Farthest.I 3
suit of the putting non-union men ., .. : : '.., -
to hooted work whl'cli In the precipitated minos. They the were difficulty .:: ; V I' ;. ". .. .. =1

leading'tG'the casualties. Governor .. f.. .
Creek Frazier a day or may two., remain He Is:at In Coal ill- :: It is poor economy to buy a cheap ar- I _

health and had Intended leaving to .
day for Hot Springs Ark. but he : ,

positively deemed jt the his situation first duty at to Coal ascertain Creek, .: ; tide for nine times out of ten it proves -

4 of before Bolfon P. ,J.leaving which Beeder were the.and state.to Deputy have The occurred SherI trials ... worthless and cant be used and has to be }

yesterday afternoon: at Clinton, were ..
z continued until Wednesday. ..

George .M. Camp superintendent of :: thrown In First Class
the company's mine, Is under bond being .. -.
charged as an accessory.
Militia companies at Kncxville, Mor- .tll-.
ristown, Maryville and Harriman are .. take no chances. All goods must be i.g
holding themselves in readiness to go : you
to Coal Creek If ordered. .
s Yesterday 200 blankets and 50 cots ..

were YUle. shipped.",from Nashville to Knox. e... as represented or your money back. .; "

Charged with Part In Shooting Affray fit.
at Doss' Place. ,. PRICE is. GOVERNED BY -
Savannah' Ga., Feb. 10.-In the superior .g QUALITY.
court the case of Nat Evans :
Is to be called. He It charged wltn CD_ __- __ --t9
assault and intent to murder Doc Ro- fi-" -<>>
tenthal. .- 4

The trial shooting is the affray outcome that of occurred the sensational G II We endeavor to give full vaule received for every cent we sell

shortly before Christmas in the gaming : ...... .
parlors of the late "Big Jim" Doss, ., and will consider it favor when fromus
in this city. Doss and Tom Reynoldswere ell you a special anything purchased
participants in the affray, as .

were was the Evans only and one Rosenthal.that did not Evans get CD:: is not what it is represented to be//for by so doing we can then ...

shot, and he denies that he did any -- (
GIhootlng. ----- .
He says he was merely '
&'I "
present as an attache of the house. CD ; remedy the cause,
Rosenthal got a wound in the hip, '
and he says it was from the weaponof e ..
Evans. Reynolds died a few hours :- ......
after th eshooting, Doss' pistol having ..-- ......
laid him low. Doss himself died a .
week after the shooting, a victim of We are Exclusive Agents
Reynolds' pistol. He had shot Rey .
nolds _after Reynolds shot him, rising : ---
upon an elbow from the floor to fire .
the shot that ended Reynold's life. P- for this Brand of Flour and .
Rosenthal and Reynolds, among .
others, were in the place "bucking the 'I), _
tiger." Much wine bad been drunk .
and there was a dispute over the faro : ', r- J
> : to
game, which Doss was dealing. A t every
blow was struck and pistols were .
brought Into play. .- ---
Evans has been out under oonds,and ..
= be of the best. If
while at liberty managed to get Into : not---your
trouble in Augusta, where he and ..-. FlOUR ....
other gamblers were pulled In a game- ---
bung place. r
.. back.We
\i money .

Abe Durden, of Emanuel, County, Shot .- .-..-.- .
} I-
by Bud Hilsmon, .- .......
Adrian Ga., Feb. 10.-In
attemptingto GI

arrest, Abe Bud Durden Hllsmon was ,shot a desperate- and almost negro .III "- are prepared to supply your wants for Lenten ,Goods and desire ....m,

Instantly killed. :
Durden was a young man of excel E brand of Sardines "Cha
.; lent character, and stood' well In his to especially call your attention to our = == ;

community. ,. J

The negro Is still at large. ... tillon They are without question the best imported sardines that E

Governor Served a SUbpoena., :
heshivlle, Tenn., Feb. 10.-United .
- States Marshal John W. Overall this come to this market Try them,

morning served subpoena to'answer on .....
Governor James B. Frazier, of Tennessee ftl '
...... 1
in case of Attorney General John : '- -...
C. Hart of Georgia, against the state '

of town Tennessee Sulphur,,on Copper account and of Iron the compa Duck. .::: A full and complete line. of Heinz's Preserves in 3,5' and 10 lb. stone crocks. .:.:.:... l f

ny's town,alleged Tenn. smoke Governor nuisance Frailer at is Duck-sum- .:+ Pickles and Radishes in bottles, both sweet and sour, they re fine, too. :i .1
moned to appear before the supreme .
court In equity at Washington, April '
18, to answer to bill of complaint. .. -- You will find our stock up to date in every respect and alt first class goods in the eating line we handle. Our special. == :

Kill. Companion While Hunting. :E ty is handling goods put up by the best manufacturers in the United States. Nothing too good for us to handle. :-::i .
Kdwardsvllle. Ala., Feb.10-The 10- :

yearold son of William R. Bober was In addition full line of Staples and also Feed Goods. ==
accidentally hot and killed by a companion to our Grocery Stock we carry a Such as

a son of A. M. Hambrick, at = COOKED COW FEED ETC. :::
Uober's saw mill. It seems that the HAY, CORN, OATS, ,
boys were out hunting with some old :
er boys. 'The party had reached a. "
small stream, which was frozen over .
and had stopped to skae. Young .E Yours formor e business .:: .
Hambrick started to lay his gun down .....
when It suddenly exploded, killing his

.companion Instantly.Church Union. I I THE TEA POT GROCERY. il>3

SL Louis, Feb. 10.-The committees
on organic union of the Presbyterian ---
churches will meet in '-
and Cumberland
N #I _

i this that churches city a basis will Feb.of be 17 the,adopted.and union it is of expected the two I| ..? ..........................................,................." ...' '." '

._ ,> <-.-".'W"_-,._-..._.. "I'<_j.,v._.J.t,_,-!-.-u.,.".'.-' :."'.. .!;:-' 7 -=..:r.:.'.,Ii'<,..o.,';_,.,fio''NtIltJ". ,._ _h"' '. .-;-" ;;"-;<.r'.T'..:"-"'-""'"''-'ij.-"'--=-'.- r"':..#. 'c"<';--....-. ;,,.."I'.,- <',,,.'.-, -'.;..!-1..1'"I., -- ., .. ?-"",:=.''i... .". = '- -".' .>.yA '""" .. --. ." : ";,. :. '