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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."


VOL. JtXXVII NO :11
OCALA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1904
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tt'tt''t1'ttf't't1't1rt1''t1r't''tr''trttrt1'ttf''t1r''rt1' '' ' '''' '' ''' ''' '' ''''''- (A VIOLET RECEPTION. VALENTINE PARTY. I II ,I I. drew a pretty or comic valentine as a-r A


Gerig's Witch Hazel Soap i| Mrs. Eifleton and Miss Eigieton at souvenir of the evening. A heart .

1 Mr ana Mrs. D. E. Mover Gift a piercing contest was another interest ,

=-= Is good witb any water, but is specially Home Tuesday Afternoon. I I Large Heart Put,. ing feature and in the music room, Customer ,

== adapted for Hard Water. lOc or 3 fo 25c' Tuesday afternoon Mrs 8. Potts i where Mr. Fishel played
beautifully
Monday night from eight to twelve Says:
!
-- -- I Eagletou and Miss Margaret Eigieton all during the evening, some impromptu -
-_ o'clock the beautiful home of Mr. and
1, -- $ -- gave one of the prettiest "at homes" music was enjoyed after
t. I -- :J: -- of Mrs. D. E. Mclver was thronged with
the
1 season. The receiving hours supper.
.:I1 I- "I feel safe when
r- ::: -- were from three to six o'clock and young people vho had been asked to Mr. and Mrs. Mclver left undone have you
j :Jr 7ny"rlloney, because'.Ikjiowlmustbe '
continuously during these hours bauti come and enjoy and "old time heart nothing for the pleasure of their
:= ::: safe before
r ful women wearing their !Ji"! iOlUe t party." guests and the seventy-five I
young "
can
get any of
-- SL \ _- gowns were seen going to aud coming people present yours.
spent a most
-- ....,:!.,I _- from the ( The guests were given a very charming Some might grumble at
reception. the
Btiug
day evening.
== == before the "hearty" welcome by Mr. and Mrs. your being strict, but I
I beginning of the lenten think it is '
-- J Mclver, who were assisted in receiving A Fire commendable"
season the number of
guests! was particularly
by Mrs. Mallory Liddon, Mrs. J. Ocala ban tried to have several fires
I large, as for the next forty
M. Benton, Mr*. J. G. Spurlin and lately, but the department has -
days a great many of the society people prevented
== --.- ::: will Miss Annie Sharpe. anything more than an alarm.
----0 Il' absent from 8 cial functions II Munroei&
>!. Everybody- was in a n Di. .>.vsnirit. -...-- The record, however, was broken Chambliss, ,

I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. 1 Mrs. Clarence Camp iu a handsome aDd the scene from eight to twelve Wednesday when an actual fire Bankers

voile o'clock was a very brilliant and ani occurred despite the efforts of the fire_ ,
gray go in, Mrs. D. 8.
::
Prescriptions receive careful attention. J mated one.
department. The little OCALA
.
r- Woodrow wearing white embroid- one-story FLORIDA.TROPJCAL .
-r-- - -- --- -
J71UI111111 The entire lower floor o; the house building of R. A. --- -
Hall
-- -
ered dress and Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce: paper hanger !

111'III'III'III'1111111' iI I II'III.Ali III Ill III Ill'lit 111 l11l11l11l11iS: iu gray cloth with trimming/ of pink, was thrown open to the guests and caught from a bundle of rolled paper }

never was a house more being too :
elaborately near the
received iu the reception room and stove and was -
I
and appropriately decorated. Red and almost entirely consumed. The F
los
Mrs. Eagleton, in black silk, Miss
-- -- iio3IID white hearts.of every size were used is estimated P1N
at about 200.
Eagletou/ in white organdie, and the : APPLE 1 I
in the utmost profusion, hundreds of a
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE two guests of honor, Miss Emily them being A childless home is a cheerless
slang together and
Ford, in white mull aDd her visitorIi home. The maternal instinct exists

Mamie Nevltt, of Toronto, festoened over the windows, doors, in every woman, and when it is gratified TAR }

LANDS. mantles, pictures and walls sod in she is deprived of much of the and
Canada wearing pale blue de
crepe happiness of life. It often s
every conceivable happensthat st
spot they
de cbeue, and Mrs. Frank Drake, io were
childlessness is due to some cause
white orgaudie, stood in the very gracesully and beautifully ar
parlor which can be removed, and often is

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or and welcomed the callers there. ranged. removed by the use of Dr. Pierce'e Y/INE. {

'. lease on royalty communicate with him. Exquisite purple violets held full Quite a number of eutertainiuing Favorite Prescription. The vigor and .

sway all over the house and their delightful games, every one having the heart i il vitality which this remedy imparts to

fragrance and the cordial l idea introduced, were played. Aftereverybody the delicate womanly organs puts has cured more bade

welcome of the receiving party had arrived each guest health them into the lack a condition of which is of often norm th*e cases of Indigestion,

Office lest to Dr. Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. charmed was given a heart shaped piece of sole
every one. obstruction to maternity. Every La
Grippa Stomach
card board to which was attached a woman should read ,
Mrs. E. L. Carney, looking unus Dr. Pierce's

J \. ually well in a black lace gown, Maw pencil. On one side of the card was Common Sense Medical Adviser, a disorders, Coughs and

written part of a quotation. Then book containing 100S pages and 700 Colds
that every one was takeu to the din- this winter than
..
,
illustrations.
I It
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Mr. EJw. .Drake, who has been in bcgap a scramble for partners, the! is sent entirely free -
iug rOO1l1.
on receipt of stamps to ALL OTHER
Ocala for mouths left pay expecseof ; remedies
some yesterdayfor one having the rest of the quotationactln
j "" i- The hostesses(, and all those assistingwore mailing only. Send 21 onecentstamps
Istwhatta where he has accepted a as After combined.
your partntr. all for
The hotel registers continue to show coisnge! boquets violets. paper bound volume, or 31
1 position.(, were matched fifteen minutes was I stamps for cloth covered. Address
The serving table was a most artistic -
list of arrivals.Hi
a good
i | i .
Dr. R.
allowed for drawing a photograph of I V. Pierce, 663 Main street,
The best all-rouud liniment, for both conception, violets being used Buffalo. N. Y.

1 Mr. tit'. B. Fuller t'as from the man aud Wast, is Ramon's Nerve & in the greatest abundance, combined each other's partner. Some of the I .- I

mines Wednesday to see his children.IIj Bone Oil. 'Try 1 I'. :Sc. PoMoflireDrug with violet satin riobon with a simplicity sketches were extremely ludicruoua A. I K- H WKES, Optician,
1 t Store Hud fun trJ 1
m provoking. Then the cards
and taste that won the admiration Established
Mr. Carlos Siutruuk has gone tot were collected and 1870.
I l )1 r. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauerand of all. Suspended from theeJect1'lc judges selected
Alabtui on professional business. They decided that Miss Jessie
Miss Lillian Nurney
Ooldnaiuer vent light over the table was a

'T c A\TED-To buy velvet bean, down to HomosassH Wednesday afternoon large ball entirely of violets attachedto had proven the best artist having I

J peanuts. OealaheedStore. 124tfMis to spend a few days the light with violet ribbons. drawn an excellent likeness of the See Your Druggist or Write

J back of Dr. Walter Hood's head
Mrs. Henry W. Little at one end of the Manufacturer*.
.
Blanche Lindner, of Anothny, Miss Florrie Condon went up to Miss Sharpe
presented Miss
, the table and Mrs. Harry Wright, of Nurney c
U viBitlng! friends in Ocala for a few Jacksonville Wednesday to spend a the prize, a silver heart.
Macon, at the other poured the coffee
month with her sibier.l Mrs. B. \\'. Commencing over thirty years ago i in
days. _____ __ :Next began a grand hunt for hearts
aud .chocolate. The ladies the smallest
servingwere way, the firm has steadily
McDonald
The Ocala Bauuer sent two repre- on Riverside Heights. which were hidden all
over the house
J and
Mrs R. B. Bullock, Misses Edith rapidly grown, until now

enUtlves to Jacksonville Tuesday to Mr. >at Adams, the merchant Piatt, Ethel Sinclair and Hattie Dye. and such a search as it was! Chair HAWKES' SPECTACLES AND 03I ,

attend the Bryat meeting.Mr. I of White and stools were overturned, rugs EYEGLASSES have a national
I prince Spring and brorber Mr. Fishel! and Mr. Goodsell played
II I reputation, and are used in
moved, curtains shaken every
Tom Harris, who has been of Hon. Frank Admus, of Jasper, most delightfully throughout the books looked town and city througuoift the south

spending the past two weeks at home, spent Wednesday at the Ocala House afternoon and an enjoyable spirit of through and in feet the whole house These famous glasses are med by the

returned to Jacksonville Tuesday. I informality replaced the stiffness i ramsacked.! The hunt was kept up beat class of people in all communi

James E. Marge is now on trial iu i that is usually looked for at an after for about fifteen minutes, when time ties. They are sold only by merchant I Tropical

Tydln s' Cough yrup is a speedy Jacksonville fur the second time for noon reception. was called. Everybody tnen counted of recognized reliability, of whom I

, and certain cure for cough!; cold, the murder of his brother-in-law, I the number they had discovered. there are now over 11,000 handling
1 bottle. Tydings & Co. Daughters' Benefit. these goods; and when it is Manufacturing
etc. Try a Mr.John F. Angel, of Fernandina.Mr. with the result that. Miss Gertrude i remembered
.I Friday night at the armory there I that there is only one agent in

Mrs. R. A. Bcrford entertained a and Mrs G. W. Wells and chil- will be given a benefit concert for the Pereda and Mr. Stephen Jewett had town, the wonderful demand for them CO

few friends at dinner Wednesday in dren wen to Dunn llon Wednesdayafternoon Kings Daughters. The price of ad- the most, something over a hundred can be somewhat appreciated. )pony.I .

honor of her guest, Mrs. M. B. Aren.z. to attend the wedding of mission will be.Sand 50 cents. Xoresen.ed They were presenter a gold heart pin DIt. For' sale by JACKSONVILLE
"
)1.
AXIIERSOX. FLORIDA
,
sent up Mrs. Well's sister, Miss Edna Lindsay seats. and a heart shaped burn wood match I I

)lr8. H. C. to Gainesville and Mr. North. safe. Quite: number were so un Never Peddled. Sold by All Druggist
The
following will be
program rendered -
Tuesday to spend a few days successful as not to find a single heart

?' with hereon, Claude Gates, who is a The pavement in front of the I I : and drew for the consolation prize, -

East Florida eminar .. Union block continues in a most deplorable I Piano. solo, Polonaise in A-fiat, JUST RECEIVED
student at the ) which fell to the lot of Miss Hattie
condition. The city is making Chopin, Miss Peyser.f e
Dye.
Mrs. Ben Bell has returned to her itself liable lor heavy damages i Violin solo, Spring Song, Mendelssohn OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston

home in Jacksonville after spending some one's ankle y sprained or neck (piano accompaniment, Mr. Suspended from the center of the lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United

a few days here with her sister and broken.Dr. Fishel l) Prof. Goodsell. living room were two immense red States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg
hearts'and from them were Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm
hanging
brother,Mlaa Daisy Bell and Mr. Joe W. H. Powers has purchased a Voice solo, Selected, Miss Whitfield. and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
numerous strings, at the end of each
Bell. _.----_,__ piece of improved real estate, through Reading, Retribution, Anon, Miss Be sure to see or write us before you buy your Early
being a very small heart. The young Corn for spring.
Turkeween Oil Liniment is the best the T. E. Biggs Co. Within an houror Mark.

on earth for sprains! bruises and two, the same company disposedof Voice solo, The Haunt of the gentlemen were stationed on one side
For coughs and colds of the room and the young ladies on The
rheumatism.
Witches Cora Cassard OcalaSeed
the property for Dr. Powers lit an Mr. Anderson. storeS
apply with cloth; does not blister. the other and began to unwind the
advance. The doctor is in about S200 _
(
For sale by Tydings and Co. strings, the persons holding the opposite
Violin solo La CinjuantaineJ.
for his two hours trouble ,
ends of the A. STANDLEY .
Mr. G. W Schuler, Mr. E. Week delssohn, Prof. Goodsell. strings being part LEE MILLER
Mr. Anthony C. Finzel, who has I ners for .
and Mr. AUK J. Henkel, of Cincinnati Voice solo, (a) Under the Rose, supper.In
been STANDLEy
the guest of David 8. Woodrowfor S. A. &
friends of Mr. Edward Holder, several days, returned Fisher. (b) The Summer Girl, Sar the dining room everything was CO. .
Wednesday
are visiting in Ocala and are guests at gent, Mrs. Hale. beautiful, the heart decorations being

the Ocala House. afternoon is staying to South with Lake his uncle Weir,,Mr.wherehe A. Piano solo, Selected, Mr. Fishel. used there as in the other rooms. An Livery, Feed and Sale Stables

Voice solo, Ave Maria, with violin i especially pretty arrangement of the
Mr. Robert Holly one of our most W. Allen.
,
i obligato, Mascagni, Miss Hounsaville. hearts was seen in the bay window,

substantial farmers and a pioneer The manager of the telephone exchange Sketch, A Happy Pair. where a large heart shaped arch badbeen We carry the most completeline

Settlers of Grahamville, was in Ocala wishes to state that the switchboard I formed from smaller
Mr. Honey ton, Mr. C. L. Anderson. hearts. of Harness, Saddles, etc ,
Tuesday and paid this office a visit. was out of order for about an I
t Mrs. Honey ton, Miss M. Eloyse Serving in tke dining room were I in central Florida and
Mr. Holly's name has been on our hour and a half yesterday in consequence Izlar. I I will give e
Mrs. Benton and Miss Sharpe t: whe

subscription books for more than of which quite a number of After the program a supper will be were helped by Misses Betty Mclver, I our patrons the very lowest .

twenty five years. the patrons were unable to ring served for which-no extra charge will
up '
... I made. Janet Weathers, Eleanor Edwardsand prices. We are thoroughly '
T- -- be
: central at that time.
"The nicest and pleasantest medicine When you feel blue and that every, Annie Atkinson. The heart equipped for fitting out turpentine

I I have used for indigestion and The best physic. "On?e tried and thing goes wrong take a dose o( feature was very prettily carried out

f constipation is Chamberlain' Stomach you will always! use Chamberlain' Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver in the refreshments, the salad and ice and lumber teams gear _
j Tablets Melard Stomach and Liver 1 ., '- t"
and Liver says Tablets '" : :
s\ Tablets. will etc. \
cleanse
They
and invigorate cream both being serves: in heart wagons, .
., F. Craig, of Middlegrove, X. Y. Mrs. William! |IA. Girard, Pease, yr.j I your stomach, regulate your shaped ramekins and the cakes I l.11 .
'They work like a charm and do not These tablets are the most bowels, give you a relish for your food eWe
also heart shaped. always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and
gripe or have any unpleasant effect- most pleasant and mostfreliable cathartic and make you feel that in this old Summers

Jfor sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug l in uso For sale{ by Antimonopoly I world is a good place to live. For After supper foretunes were told by Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm'Wagons.Xorth .

Store. m Drug Store. m sale by Antimonopoly drug store. Mrs William Hocker
I m and each guest ,Side Court Hoiifce. Ocala, FI*

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    Bishop Warren Candler and Rev. BELIETIEW.Sin. 6AITCRVILIE.We CCITIU MEWS.

    : Aching JointsIn M. Brook boazht 160 array '
    gam P.Jooe* passed through Florida +

    the cen, toei, arm*. art otter Tuesday en route to Cuba to attend O. )[. Gale of Ocala, with her are glad to asy that the weather We are having fine weather now. located[ in the rich phosphate kit et'

    part of the body, are jofota that are the Cuban Missionary G Conference three children are at the home of her has in tome degree moderated again The vegetable men are preparingtheir Citrus county in 119) for >t3ujf). .Ht

    fef arc.ed and iwo&a by rbearnatism- the Methodist mother Mrt. E. Ridge. Mrs. Gale and it is DOW pleasant. land for vegetable crop mined it for three year himself 434
    church.
    that aeid condition &f the blood which
    affcfto the and little daughter, Mary lave re- Farmers are busy preparing for the We have had the coldest w* have then leaded it to Laurent. the eeadj.
    TKg!ctfr3 alao.CoSeren .
    dread to, move, especially Come almanac.ia and Like get a Ramon's Ramona Weather Pill it covered from an attack ef measles, coming crops and all are looking for- ever experienced. Do not need any lions of the lease being that be ibosJ4 .

    after ruing or lying long, and their leads while others fellow. Poetoffice and little SOD, Franc, baa just been ward to great yields, which Uaiter- cold storage this season for mat. be paid fl per too royalty and that _

    ; condition ia commonly worse in wet Drug Store. m I taken kick with them.A yule soil always brings forth. Measles are taking our burg by the payments thoold Dot be lea thaa .

    weather."It I party consisting of Mrs. L. :-&&. storm. Jr. J. D. Mix on and family |7OQO, per year. Laareote paid bits
    A few of the farmers in our > vtiiiubis
    U* tan Ion? time riots n tare Mr. Otii Landers who wu aught
    teen without Hool SaniKarUla. Mf ford, Mrs. F. W. Davis, Mr?. Sara year are expen-ueutiug with the 31 r. J. L. I3et-k'* family and Mr. 14,000 royalty and be bu .iDee end,
    UUr tbiak be owld under the wheels at Dannellon .
    not 00 without it.
    car
    Bocbtell and daughter, Mable of H. M. sherous famny are all down lected 17.OW by anita to the fed-rai
    He
    baa teen tnablfA with rbeamatiim crop and believe it will bring big
    J aloe t.e was a bor. aDd HooTs fearsa- and bad to auJer: the amputation of Bradford Pa., and Mrs. F. P. Wentworth >rofiiB. with haw They have entirely courts, iu addition u> eoojproml io| a
    rtua U tat oafs BMrf&ne be taD take that
    of his far recovered that
    leg is go
    ., will enable him to uxe bit place in the one of Blufiton, Ind., are at the Friday, the 12h wa celebrated ustst. broken up our !l"hfJut. claim for nearly fHM> ). And now
    CtM." Mu ADA Ism gldaey. Io.a.Hood's fie will be able to be on the street ins
    McChre cottage on Robinson avenue. Valentine day at Pine Level Mr. Jab F-er! bas improvedthe he has secured &,*') through a sit s 1
    few His friends are glad to note
    Sarsaparilla days. The property known as the Polly school, and the entire school enjoyed looks of hU place very much by in the state courts.Inaddicion .
    I
    ; and Pills hl recovery.- ------ | place has recently bern sold to Mr. it immensely. Writing and reading putting Ii tire, fence next to Mootpond. to this w. N. Camp fail

    ., Remove the came of rbeomatum Mr. H. C. Carton a flagman ou theA. | Dr D. Wasbburn, of durance Lake valentines being the afternoon ex- paid Mr. Brook !,>/JJ) royalty for
    Wtwird application caa. Take them.
    C. L. railway was climbiug upona ; S. Y., who with bu wife and sister erc !e!!. Mr. RobertZetrouerU, aLx putting phosphate mined from the property
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    box car while rounding a curve and Mr,. Dudley, of Fitcnf.urg, Maine Mr. A. R. Brooks of North Gaiter- a wire f"oM, >around his form.Mr. since the Laureate concern gave it

    HERE AHD THERE was caught and badly squeezed by the have been occupying! the Abbott ville, U speaking of eeiltug his property J. D. .Mixson and daughter up. $-)1.0'-010 royalties, beid 41'Aflf)

    lear car near thU city Thursday, and place. They being BO well pleased here and moving south. We MiasEatrlletonk a drive to Mont- more in prospect! DOW under negotiation. .

    Japan U Uncle Barn's nearest while no bones were broken he wa with Belle vie*" they intend tu locale can't learn his object in selling out brook last :Suuday to the convention.We .-Industrial Record.TarpaatiM .

    neighbor In the orient. quite severely hurt. He was examined permanently.The and leaving Gaiterville for this hasJeeii have preaching, Methodist and
    aid Peachts.Che .
    Dr. Powers epidemic of measles in the Baptist twice a month. *
    and administer M his home for and
    York many years '
    Mr. V. E. Oateyee, of New a popular, progressive turpentine
    popular traveling talesman for I and was sent to the hospital at High Pope turpentine camp is OB the wane. why he should forsake his old home Me9is.J.D. MiL D. V. P. Smith
    young operator, orange grower and orehar
    A thirteen year old crippled negro and J. G. Mixson haY. returned from
    Springs. U to Uncle Joe. But if it be
    a Urge furniture company, U in Ocala strange I drat Maj.R. J. Bi>bop, of EMrigr, k

    for a few days. Mr. J. F. Barrett of Belleview, was child of the Pope turpentine camp, iii wish to leave, we wish for him a hunt in Gulf Hammock. They I I busy preparing and planting out

    a visitor to Ocala yesterday and stated wb. had never walked, died Monday health and happiness wherever he report a fine time bunting fur days a
    twenty acre peach orchard, over 2,04):
    The Japanese are said to be a* representative of this paper that from natural causes. sees tit to locate. killed six deer. Mr. J. D. Mixson
    trees. He selected that ueeeatful
    plucky a* an American or English the democrat met in his little city Mr. Dan Sykes has weD home two We are very sorry to learn of the wasehampionof the hant, got four
    orchardist Peter Pfenon to stake off
    man and is patient aa a Chinaman. Saturday and organized a club of weeks witb a severe cold but U now illness of Mr. B. F. Getty the past shots, killed four deer. They siy deer ,
    and assist In planting ite. Ttt
    These are qualities that make thee able to be out. were plentiful.
    thirty members. Mr. Barrett was week and glad to know he is now on
    Major enjoys the distinction of
    Mr. and Mrs. J. D. IbboUon of A SrsscsiBER. keep
    ideal Holdier. elected committeeman for the district the ro&d to recovery. .
    ing the town of Eld rid*e ODe of the
    and Mr. Joe Whisenant is the unanimous Ric-bfield {:springs N. Y., have been Mr H. E. Brass is uuable to work
    Ramon's Liver Pill and Tonic Pellet and left I A Thousand Dollars Thrown AwayMr. cosiest little hamlets iu the county.
    in
    choice of the democrats and of spending a fewdays town at present uiug to a tone felon on
    ., a CfJwf'letelu.uDt, .acientific W. W. Baker of Plainview He is also one of the trustee of the
    the people generally iu his community Wednesday for the touth. hU tnumb.
    treatment for constipation and bilioujne j Neb., writes: "My wife had lung flourishing Emporia public tubdi-
    Mrs. J. D. and
    Pope daughter
    ,
    for county commissioner, vice F. S. Rev. Austin tilled his regular appointment
    s. 25dowtt, two medicines, 'ZJc.Pofctofflce trouble for over fifteen years. We trict school-DeLtnd Record.
    Drug ritore. m Lucius, resigned.Iepresentatlve. Myrtle, paid Ocala a visit this week. here :::und Y.
    tried number of doctors and
    a spent
    Mr. and Mrs. Haviland arrived While a crowd of the small children A Bible Coafereact far Oeala.
    : Candler of Mississippi over a thousand dolhua without
    any
    The Gagnon-Pollock Company will Friday at the Windle House. -
    were themselves
    enjoying playing Gainesville had iu Bible Conference
    there would have been a relief. She:: was low and I lost
    saga very
    trained
    entertain the tbe tre-. oing peopl tonight MdeiJulia Payne, who as! at the whool house Monday, which was greatly enjoyed by those
    balance of trade against the UnitedStates all hope, when a friend suggested trying -
    in the Mr Chambli of Ocala
    at the opera house nurse for ; little Henry Gordon had the misfortune attending. Ocala' tare will
    coatnext
    last, year of 6,000,000 but the Foley's Honey and Tar. which I
    of "AWoman' bad abort
    an perforated a
    brilliantly thrilling play operation
    to sprain lib ankle' very week, &s a convention quite hits
    farmers cot canceled it but left did and thanks be this
    only her ; to great rem-
    The U with
    t ierifi e. presuoaniinou time Itgo, spent huiiday badly.
    the Gainesville meeting will be heldat
    tu our credit 397wO,000. But for edy, it saved her life. She is stronger
    in taying that it is a g-)oe aunt, Mrs. Millaon, returning to her Two young men of Gulf Junction the M E. church on Wednesday
    r the farmers, he says, in the past! fourteen duties and enjoys better health than she
    Monday.Mr.
    play. __ were iu Gaiterville Monday. We and Thursday. The first micvat3
    sears there would have been the : has ever known in ten years. We
    .
    J. P. of
    Snyder, Fitzgerald, ;
    :f r. J. B. Lucas of Dallas, Texas, understand their visit was a businessone p. m. Wedm-siay. Remember the
    enormouoB-jui fif Sr5fJiJiJfIlJ agniustus Ga., left for home :Sunday. shall never he without Foley's Honey
    who U intermit largely in the turpentine and it is rumored l there was aruuaay r dale and be present.
    but the farmers wet hat, Billed I Miss i Adelaide Webster has lad i and Tar and would ask these afflicted i
    industry ID tb'w county, bciog uiiday night but at present
    it, and left the marvelous and almost I quite H chapter of accidents lately. to try it. Pojitoffiee Drug Store. m BItter Than Gold.
    the wnior member of the firm of we can't give (J&rtlcular.'e hope
    incomprehemible sum of S3,9-1rJJfIJ-1 Last had wailed I was troubled for several ;
    Thursday just usuae yeanwith
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    Lucas & B rne!, i* here on a visit. by next report to be able to give a Money Made on .pue Lands
    000 to the credit of AmeriCd. Ihe
    )Ir. Lucas will rem&iuinOjala about 'I I a letter ou the train the mail clerk full account of the dead sod injured. Asa Fillingim sold a few days ago chronic indigestion and nervous
    crowning glory of this country are threw out the mail bag which hit her We debility" writes F. J. Green of Lancaster .
    believe
    two weeks her wonderful agriculture and ihe Gaitervillc's Violet has 300 acres of land which cost him iu
    I ankles, throwing her against pile N. H. "No remedy helpedme
    disappeared just at the opening of the
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    has 1S09 SoOO; since beicg the owner of
    results it
    Dr. Jame K. Cbsw dropped his amazing accomplished.Executive of drummers trunks. Foe fell and I violet until I begin Using Electric Bitters -
    Wonder
    season. where the is this piece he has by selling lots, cut.
    pocket-book yesterday morning Committee :otice. was quite badly hurt. Then she bad I to? which dil me more good than
    gone ting cypress, crossties, saw logs, leasing ,,
    containing one hundred and fifteen The members of the democratic the rni..fortuue to quite seriouslyburn I UNCLE JOE. all toe medicines I ever Used. They
    to turpentine people and finally
    dollars f.Ol.f our ide-walki. Fortu. executive committee of Marion county her right band. -- --- have a!..o kept my wife in excellent
    making his final sale: received $_',000.
    to call of
    uately ic wa picket up by acting are requested meetings Mr. hart Gardner is! able to get out BELLEVIEW. health for years. She says Electriey
    their club or in the absence! of demo Pretty good for ordinary laud.-Pen. Bitters
    Marshal Brigance and promptly! returned on pleasant days after a mouth of : are just splendid, for female
    cratic clubia ma-w meeting; of the Prof. and Mrs P. W. Green are entertaining sacola News. troubles; that they are a grand tonic
    to the dottor.Jlr. serious illueo-
    dewJcr.tlc"ute" > ot their
    -.-.-.- preciuctb, Mrs. Green's sister, Mi":sKate and invirorator for w4k, run down
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    for the purpose of electing: a member Mrs. Alt AILire returned lo Giabarnville Notice. women. No other medicine can take
    \V. F. Huijhey, a prominent Payne, of McIuiOih.
    I of the democratic executive commit riunday after a three we k'l! The democratic voters of Iarte Iprt'Cinct iu place in our family." Try them.
    merchant ot MorrUton! and a mem- tee to serve m said committee for the Mrs. J. J.: Xehou returned Saturdayfrom
    visit! with her daughter, Mrs. Lucius. (No. 30)) are hereby called to Only oOc. Fall:!( cti4l0 guaranteed by "

    ber of the board of stewards of the I euttuiug two yearn, such meetings to Wednesday evening a quiet wedding Trmpa very much" improved in meet at John Brooks'store on Satur- Anti-monopoly drug store and Tyd-

    church for this b" held at such time (prior to Feb. health. She several weeksas ings &Co.
    Method Episcopal spent m
    27,1904,) as the committeeman may took place at the Sykes House. day, the 20 of Feb., for the purpose of
    district was in Ocala yesterday attending the gues of Mr. and Mrs. True
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    designate. The newly elected or selected Mre. Fannie Sykes(formerly of Island selecting an executive committeeman

    a meeting of Haid board. Mr. members of said democratic Grove)and Mr. Win. Taylor, of N. Y., Wbittier. and to transact such other business as Jerry Burnett

    Hughey left tlm! morning for Tampa. executive committee, as above pro- Measles: have again broken out in deem
    being married by Rev. Mr. bullivan.Mr they may necessary.
    vided, are hereby called to convene at the negro quarters of Pope' turpen

    Grover Cleveland i ii right. The the court house in Ocala on Saturday, Alf Nellis, of Gloversville N. tine camp, with eighteen or twenty M. S. losER, Merchant

    democratic skies continue to grow Feb. 27, 19t., at 11 o'clock a. m. for Y, arrived Wednesday to remain the Ex-Coinmitteeman.
    cases.
    the purpose of organization, and to balance of the winter.
    at
    This it certainly so
    more hopeful. provide for holding the democratic Mr. John Goins and bride, of Shady WEAK AND LOW-SPIRITED. Tailoring. :
    Edwin Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Holstead returned .
    the home of Committeeman
    primary election, and to transact such Grove, spent Monday with relatives I,
    W. Davis, of this city. A little other business as may properly come Saturday from a visit at I A Correspondent Thus Describes His Ocala Florida.

    democrat was born to him yesterday.The before said committee.fi. Manatee. here.Mrs.. Experience."I Finest Imported and
    T. A. arrived
    Tyler Wednesdayfrom
    recommend Herbine
    Ocala Banner extends congratulation. It. PVLES, Chairman.W. Mrs. Tom Mitchell loud daughter, can strongly Domestic, Cloths. .

    \V. CJ.Y ATT. Secretary. 25 dw Pauline returned the same day from her home in Philadelphia for a a* a medeciue of remarkable efficacy I Cutting a Specialty
    stay of weeks.
    some
    Escaped an Awfel Fate. Oxford where she has been several for Indigestion, loss of appetita, sour Fits Guaranteed.
    Bishop Kelly, of the Catholic )Ir. D.niellykes returned to workat taste in the mouth, palpitation, headache -
    Mr. II. Haegius of Melbourne weeks,owing to the serious illness 01
    Diocese of Florida passed through Pauasoflkee after ;
    Monday, having drowsiness after meals with I
    i Fla., writes: "My doctor told me I her molLwr.
    Ocala yesterday on his way to his been home ill for two weeks. He was mental and .
    distressing depressions
    had consumption and nothing could. The Methodist church has purchaa

    bvnie in Bt.: Augustine from Tampa be done for me. I was given up to ed a bell and it was placed in posi : accompanied by his brother-in-law, low spirits. Herbine must be a unique

    , and other points iu Houth Florida. die. The otter of a free trial bottle of tion Thursday. JOSH. Mr. William Taylor, who has ac- preparation for cases such as wine, fora C M

    Jlifchop Kelly promises to give our !Jr. Kin '/J Xew Discovery for consumption i I cepted a position at that place. removed 1
    few doses entirely my com
    NoTK The above intended
    [ was for
    city a special visit in the near future. induced me to try it. Results Mr. Tom Mitchell and baby left
    publication last week, but arrived too plaint. I wonder at people going on
    were startling. 1 am now on the I
    He i is a very lovalle mau and his late.-ED.] Tuesday for Oxford to remain several their
    road to recove.y and owe all to Dr. goffering or spending money on

    friends here will Jive him a mast King's New Discovery. It surely BLITCH TON days. worthless things, when Herbine is

    cordial greeting.._ staved my life." This great cure is The Rev. Dunklin, pastor of the procurable, and so cheap." 503 cents

    guaranteed for all throat and lung We welcome our old friends, Mr. Baptist church, was entertained this a bottle at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
    The for the Kings Daugh- diiea es by Antimonopoly drug store
    program week Mr.and Mrs. Joe Whizeuant. f ;
    and frs. C. I. Stephens back into our by
    and ; & Co.
    Tydings: druggists m :
    ters benefit concert to be giveul at the aud Tydin & Co. Druggists. Price 1l
    Service were held at the church Sat
    Sunday school. lf
    tonight will be found In oOc. a d $l. Trial bottle free. m -
    Armory
    Dr. Blitch was in Ocala Monday. urday morning and Sunday morningand
    - another column. The program is ant
    ""' Will'Come to Ocala. Miss I Triple spent lait Sunday: at evening.Mr. .

    interesting one and it N hoped 'lli'ttbere W. H. Kelly returned here from Monthrook wick frieuds. awl Mrs. W. 1 S. (Cogswell droveto Biggest Cut in Shirts Ever Heard

    will be a large attendance. Savannah yefaterday and brought with Quite a delegation of Blitchtownians Kendrick Thursday morning to b-.

    f Tickets are on sale at the IVwtoffice him the mare, Oracie Banter. His were in Ocala Saturday aud away several days. OfAlen's 1

    ( Admi-chm .> and 5t c.riupper .
    Drug Htore. said that the
    new comer will prove a listened to an address by f upt. Sheata. Mr. Arthur Hardaker and Dr. T. K. ad
    is luclmled with the tickets.
    formable competitor to Judge Pettus Slaughter of Le.vou were iu town
    Mr. J. C. Robinson of Williston, ,
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    Ex-Senator T. C. Moo.lyofMiriou, iu future events. Ou Monday the visited here Sunday.Mr. Monday shaking hands with their 750. Top ShirtsIn

    (S. C., friend of Messrs Abe and horses will go to St. Augustine to Guy Uliteh visited parents here many friends here. All Colors and Sizes

    Jake Brown, was a \'ioltor.to Ocala race on the track built there years Sunday.: Taking advantage of the abandonment -

    yesterday having come down. from ago by Pierre Lorillard, the once )Ir. and MM.: Wever were in Willis- of the church of Spring:: Park For

    t famous turfman. The
    Anthony, where he has beeu visiting meeting will ton last week on bJ iuei. the Belleview M. E. congregation 3

    relatives. Mr. Moody is very much be managed by Col. Horton, who intends We thank the patrons! of the school secured through the conference the

    to race at Ocala and Lake
    with Florida aud particularly City for their visit on Tuesday. Come largo, deep-toned bell of the former
    pleased before returning here for dual 49c.They
    this section\ of It. He left yesterday a meet. ag,iu. church and duly installed it in their
    iug at the close of the season.Jack.sunville .
    for the southern section of the state. A Pertinent Query. own belfry last week. A much needed

    r -- Metropolis. To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. and duly appreciated acquisition.Mr. .

    Liver spots have spoiled many pret Epworth League Valentine Social.A Isn't it about time we were knowing Jonathan Hosg, jr., who some Will

    ty complexions, and nothing so com large number of the young who are gowlng to be candidates for year. ago was a resident here, but now Not Fade.

    ; pletely removes them: as Ramon's society set of Ocala enjoyed a lovely the various county ollices? living in Troy, N. Y., arrived Wed. .
    Just a mite of this Valentine social at the hospital homeof
    TonictRegulator. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark Friday Are we only going to vote for a ne&day and is stopping with Mr. and

    pleasant vegetable powder on retiring night. The many games were all sheni an'i one member of the legis Mrs. R. C. Ridge.

    paints the bloom of health on the greatly enjoyed and it goes without lature. Mrs. Alvon LucuU is visiting! relatives THE BOSTON STORE

    cheeks. Large tin box, 25o. Post- saying ai were also the refresh- Come out into the open, gentlemen at Grahamville. I 3

    office Drug Store. w ments. VOTEK. JWH OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, OCALA, FLOUIDl.

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    VOL. JLXXVII NO 31 IH'AI.'I."HIDA.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1904 OOLLAB A YEAR

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    Inheres in the faculty to get other people working for you. '

    'l. ). 'f 4tf.. The late Thomas S. Kennedy, of Louisville, Ky., did this
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    .' 't! / Insurance Company of New York for $5,000. Dividendsto s

    .. -'. I the amount of $6,807 had accumulated on this policy '

    !:I .' .. l y ,: making the total amount paid by the Company $11,807.

    I : 'l..1 The net premiums paid by Mr. Kennedy amounted to

    .7 $3,465.88, making the return over cost $8,341.12.In .
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    Miss Lelia Barnes returned Saturday Mr. and Mrs M. I.. Robinson and I Miss Rouusaville Rome, Ga.,

    t: ITlSAfWEROFHEALra from ashort visit to Mrs.! B. R. little daughter returned Sunday from I II I who is visiting in Oi-aN, wishes to beauties and the prices are 1

    Templeton at Ormond. r a week's visit to the principal placeson thank the Daughters of the Confederacy
    way down.
    the west "- Hon. Rufus McGee, of Logau port,
    t most enjoyable one. of violets sent her by them. They Come and see,
    Ind, a regular whiter visitor: Florida
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    is spending a few daIs in Ocala. The pot.i"flice at Kpring Park is no
    r. ra. Rouusaville is a niece of the ex-presi

    "< Miss Eloise Miller, who has been ,I stufi-urc., as it has been dicoulinued dent of the United Daughters of the J. 1. P1TTMAN & SON.
    on he-count i,f the department not : {
    visiting relatives iu Tampi fur >evrr,,l I Confederacy and is herself enthusiastic
    I being at.le 1. .' Mail
    I 1 get a IKljIIlI t-t.
    member of the
    weeks, returned home .MouiUy.Mr. organization.
    ----- I (..r Id'it plni-c now l"H1H s t', Ocala --------- .

    Allan Holtou, of San Mjeto, Miss Lillie Frost returned from
    I 1
    Mr. F. J. 'lill-lIIllhlr Rockwell
    came in Monday afternoon and will I'I New York Suuihy, where she went
    CMIII to ()c.l.i Suuniiy io meet Mr.
    spend several,,):! wi.h; Mr. aud Mrs. with Mr. Weathers to help select the
    I. C C. Fret, who will spend several LAAAATHE
    ; AkIN6 Perdue. spring and eumiut-r goods for the H. .
    "'rE { weeks with huu.Ir.. Freei is from
    [ Mr. Will Dale tame down lioiu Masters: sto't'. :Miss Frost was accompanied
    Savannah and is of the 1
    manager home Mrs. F. E. Clark
    Gainesville Sunday afternoon fur a by ,
    POWDER Pullman carcompiuy. of Mt. Vernon N. Y. who will
    I f I brief visit. He returned Monday spend
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    f. Absolutely Pure7NEREISNOSUBSTITUTE I afternoon. Mr. W. :\[. Dale, who for a numberof two mouths in Ocala. l'rr. Clark hasa

    The most-reliable-- --preparation--- for yearswasa member of the choir room at Mrs. Zewadski's on Fort [ flORID! FRUIT AND TRUCK[K GROWfR.I I

    kidney troubles on the market is of ihe Baptist church here, delight King avenue.:
    OCALA, FLORIDA. I
    Foley's Kidney Cur. Pustoffire Drug ed the congregation of that church
    Mr. Ralph Btrker, of New York
    .. .- One Year $1-03-
    ...............1.......... Store. in with a btauiilul sola Sunday night. City, secretary of the Dunnellon 10-
    SisgleCop7 i
    : AXXODXCEMEXTS.Po : Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder have
    .N..N................... :Mr. J. W. Croby went to Auburn- Phosphate Company: and of the Port A handsomely illustrated magazine devoted especially to the

    .... returned from a very delightful two dale Monday to take charge of the Inglis Terminal Company, was in interest of the fruit and vegetable growers of Florida.

    SHERIFF-I hereby announce myself a can week's trip to Cuba and were at the turpentine farm he has recently purchased -I Ocala Monday on his way to Rock- A special trial subscription of sat;months will te sent ea receipt! of

    didate for ihe office of sheriff of Marion county, Ocala House Saturday.The tht.re.Ir.. Crosby 'will con- well. These two companies are now 25 cents. Stamps takea-
    subject to the action ot the democrrtio primary.If .
    nominated and elected I promise to perform monthly Presbyterian social tinue his residence in Ocala much to in a position to do a very large Imsi-

    the duties of said office to the HENRY best of GORD.X.POR my ability. was given by :'oIrs.c'rtd G. B. \Veihe the pleasure of his friends. { ness and the output of rock through

    yesterday afternoon and was a very I :\lr.l. S. Hirsch, of Cumberland, I Port.Inglis the present yetr is goingto
    REPRESENTATIVE. be something astonishing. C. I. G R ACE.
    pleasant! event.
    f- Tt the Diworratie Yvtert / Alai/ou county Md., is expected in Ocala today to

    r FA-ri-la. The home of Mr. aLdIrl!. Will join his wife and son, who are spend- I have used Chabmerlain's Cough Successor to Central Lumber Ce.
    for the
    I hereby announce myselt a candidate Remedy for a number of years and Dealer In
    Marion county subject to the ing the winter with :Mr. and Mrs.
    from Neillbeu North street was
    Orange ,
    legislature on
    have no hentency in that it is Kiln Dried
    saying
    of and Dressed Lumber FlooringCeiling
    democratic primary,and solicit the support Edward Hiller. Later on Mr. and Rough ,
    my democratic friends. gladdened Monday morning by the the best remedy for cougos. colds and and Siding Lathe Shingles and Brick.
    SISTRCXK Mrs. Hirsch will make a tour of the I have used ,
    CARLOS L arrival of a sweet little daughter.Mr. coup ever in my family.I :Manufacturer of

    f -FOR SHERIFF-I respectfully announce my east coast going as! far down as have not words to express my con- t
    Newels Columns Door and
    , candidacy for shenft. If eleeted I promise to Walter Ray, of Leroy, returned Nassau. confidence in this remedy -Mrs. J. Turned Ballusters, Casings, ,

    cutcharge the duties of the office faithfully, impartially Saturday from a visit to his old --- ------ Moore, North Star Mich. For sale i Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
    r and to the very best of my ability. Mr. Anthony C. Finzel, of London, Anti Store and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
    ].I..Suoxc. home in North Carolina. This was by Monopoly Drug In I Desks ,
    England, who at present is living at receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
    first visit home in several
    Mr.
    Ray's
    t 3ASA ELIZABETH EASBIS Local Sdiwr Lake Weir, spending a few days in S. H. Gaitskill, of McIntosh, one of I sizes. Mail orders attended to promptlyI

    years. -_ Ocala the guest of Mr. D.I5. Wood- the most widely known and most progressive i

    -- ABOUT TOWN. Winter coughs are apt to result in row. Mr. Finzel came up especially citizens! of Central Florida, I I ,
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    J HAPPENINGS consumption if neglected. They can ,! to attend the Leap Year Ball Friday was in the city for a few hours yesterday I
    be soon broken up by using Foley's I !
    having come on business. Mr. (I Problem
    night.
    Maj. 0. M. Hubbard i is out again Honey and Tar. Postoffice Drug'
    Gaitskille reports matters quiet in
    r after an attack of grippe.Mr. Store ------. -- m ,i The Railroad Restaurant fed sixty- Mary is 24 years old. Mary is twice as old as
    that section the
    ; planters being busy
    two dinner Mr. when Mary was as old as Ana is
    Rev. L. B. Warren gave a picnic people at Monday. Ann was
    J Henry G. Dunn was in O alf just now preparaing their land for now. How old is Ann? I wasted a whole
    Saturday to about a dozen of his lit- George Hough, the popular manager, night fooling with this hazy problem. After

    Saturday (rom Citra. tle friends. They went out in the bus says he is gaining patronage every I'lanting.-Gain Sun. I covering 18 sheets of foolscap with figures in
    algebra, hRonomety, zoology, etc., I discovered
    and spent a happy day at Silver day. George says: "The best to be One after another new industries
    f; Mr. Claude Gates, a student of the very Ann was never born. If you get a different

    East Florida Seminary h home for a Springs.Mrs. i' ha i is none to good for niy tables: and continue to come to Ocala, \vhion reminds -, answer let me know.

    few days. Harry Wright has! returned ,. the public is rapidly finding it out." I us that we are rapidly evolvinginto But this is Problem !IIf

    I a city. One of the latest Industries I no
    Mr. Herman Benjamin returned from a few days visit to Mrs! E. L. Mr. F. G. Sampson, the largest ,
    t i that has here is
    II come to stay
    Sunday from a business: visit to Wartmann at Citra aid is again with ii i orange grower on Orange Lake, was a will buy your clothing from us for the next two
    the Ocala Pine Company, of which you
    Atlanta.Mr. her parents. Gen. and Mrs. Robert I' visitor to Ocala Monday. Mr. Samp Mr. 0. D. Ball is manager. Mr. Ball weeks you will easily see a saving of 25 to 50 per cent.ShoesShoeshSoesShoos.

    Fred Marean. of Tampa, Is Bullock. I son shipped 10,000 boxes this year I
    is a pleasant and affable gentlemanand
    here on a via!t to his parents, Dr. and Foley's Honey and Tar is best for and expects a much larger crop next : :
    we extend to him a generous :
    Mrs.V.. H. Marean. croup and whooping cough, containsno I ;year as the cold in no wise damaged : :

    opiates, and cures quicfcly. Care- i t the trees. Mr. Sampson is also the welcome.Boochee's
    Foley's Honey and Tar cures the ful mothers keep it in the house.
    owner of a large lemon in Hills- German Syrup.
    cough caused by attack of la grippe.It Postoffice Drug Store. mMiss grove ofHAMILTONBROWN
    We cannot understand why anv We have just received a large shipment
    borough couuty.
    heals the lungs. Postofflce DrugStore
    t'ttieChawberd birth- person suffering with a cold or throat
    m gavea I Cured .
    Consumption.Mrs. and lung trouble will neglect to pur-
    Mr. B. S. Weathers, who came up day party Saturday afternoon to a I W. B. Evans! of Clearwater, chase a bottle of German Syrup, sold SHOESand
    I number of her little friends. The K., writef: ")[. husband lay sick
    for ths Leap Year ball, returned tot In all civilized parts of the world,
    qi children spent the afternoon very fur three months; the doctors statedhe without a single case of failure.
    Floral City Sunday.We had quick consumption. We we will sell their "AMERIA. Men's Solid Leather
    merrily playing! various games. pro There are thousands of consumptivesright
    are to learn that Mr. E. 0. cured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound here in Ocala that give Boschee's Shoes, Guaranteed to give satisfaction. For 1.38,

    sorry I Are You Restless at Night. Syrup and it cured him. That was German Syrup the sole credit of their Four different styles to select from Come Quick to
    with at
    s ; 4 Conner is having a tussle grip And harassed by a bad cough? Use six years ago, and since then we have oeing alive today. Ask the AntiMonopoly .

    ::-. his home south of the city. Ballard's Horehound Sprup, it will always kept a bottle in the house. We Drug Store. Price 25 and

    secure you sound sleep end effect a cannot do without it. For coughs or 75 cents. 2
    . Mr. Prater connected with the Dutton prompt and radical cure. 25c, fOc colds it has no equal." 25c, 50e and THE BOSTON STORE

    j t. Company at Early Bird was in and $1.00 at Anti-Monopoly Drug 11.00 a bottle at Auti-Monopoly Drug FOLE.Y li10mANDTARCures ,

    ; f. the city on business Monday. Store and Tydings &..Co.. druggists.m Store and Tynings & Co., druggists.m Pro, *.;Pneumonia OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, OCALA, FLORIDA.

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    LEi? YEGi DARCE.ft I CU.'vxi c.. }t, XA.'IJ !. T. sa"se Tea.K = Trs CaaXstas Ez-,artxasL tTex .. ....-.. ...... .... .... .. i

    'Ar'.4s.Mr, aa'i Xn, A. VL XUd, i i ".. 3ta. i+ .TfUK, e> Ja.wct _1. IxelI4W. et tkt- Cosset l.x .ywvs ,

    titatt hut lot rh tas t.e4te I ur u4 1CtL 14I* 11Z ut a:4 I t ___, VL* . I

    }sera 'M'I l f\t. I Jft C, r. -'Oak" Jlr, a.. 1t. 1. L ;,! t1it.n, tit i&SSif. ** *t Viiel- ; ?tit ay ate.* t* Mr*. P .rrt .- .

    WMt "i.oM fro ,,4 a'; vm Mvs4 ,I WiLria,1(.r. i )lr.I;. :1'Z.sa, I II I l"U'J&:". .r"4 vYL by ire.'}. ots.t w e'f ':;n E.IJft-: .

    txxat ter W; adat: Icy :f Xr. Un. /, J. (i is Xr, a:4 i tt- ?ita.S Lea ee++to.t tUI rare Ltu:re I

    "YUI 'V rtM4 U YMxy MS !!I Yea A, Z- (ietfI41d. M HJrvt. .. 1: VM very y. iy a:4 ;$w it i Hl.die + t> ot sal "u z: :. 4

    O* a i 4s 'U kM4 1M rrtraaxa. I (;r..r.:. 1'.u.1. Xi., )en. 2.my 1 yrRy $4.4 1IIU tM'.y..c fT intryaay. : ITe ;,; tIf tt b,1ks.t .

    rwusb't li "If a"+1r." ...Ai'tK''t y' s I! flay YAoIi rjrasS, J.; .t t1frm t k; j' Mr*. Bs erz y Lt aufC,J ty urI .

    l.ava a,44a44 lYoA't ys'sa.4 j I 3lL 44 1I.'N, Ja4xrrs 71ILt; .r Y.a+ tr. saly5i kr a. tZ.&;.- 4tjxrr. !or* Hfry Wrrt. cf .

    ... 1',-.t.l M"", wyeYSsPerris 'I I agar 1I(4 flattery, 3sa tM1!th; Li** i elf rat: aLr; wrty+. ry1: tc) U'fltaII : MS.a.cc, sat X,... W. V. 5 ntM'n..M ._ & ;; .

    ,J..xs/' af4 '. I JkMGt a.4 A a. 11'1tU1.IV. r..V .1M1 j tlbrstfa+. 7 : led: \!: u..e, ir +y el .U firera @
    awry :
    .M1i .
    ex fl>a'tV.3a. i: ...f 1hcdhlli Y1raart 1tSoo!, II a vbtt mat Cot few Jt'ir.t &? tea tray tFSur.aT- > dt&eawatfite rr.ta: $ F .

    714 I (;a. ; Mae lhtde 1'A-fW. iIkttrPest ', 4 I X Ity bf1cy-$. &J1 its? 111.1 r.n..: sy Mr Ub as: t
    .W4 Yj,4 ;.avtrS sttralI i I i

    b *(, f tt.4 1'nfo( a.t (, fa. ; Wm lJ ia.rJ riy4ca r. tea4 a,4':4. wa at tire'" r rtirizzt ; &Jr.Ii' JCiiJS c.1: L1Urb' 0 i

    nld tI--tJ, 1(1.; )(;.. A".tlak.+ i'.th 1..a., Mr*. Afirtd tii Kr. .. 5t'iiMl... $
    VlUl JA4u4t.tVi UA ,
    jrraX XAt1t1Mrri 1
    ffxta .fA ,r4 "14d47 V ffs.ea,7r+strist, C,; M;.otoIP \fylreittU ;. I' QMo': sere rti f: rtra: S. a.. .tTL'i u j { I U.ft fLE'rtitl, 6f tit )?a 4','rr' ; : ;

    real' ...,,;;... + ,:rr'brCaf a/a ; 34M L.9a :r. dr.rrzlt) ist&e c 4k l"I.t. !l" .rat X.*. 6. X. Hr.btr-. -1 -

    1' ...: f'/Mr.U&., & C.11Gs7tar ie ...:.; tH of two or }Erie !II I ISnt & .
    It _L4 X i1'rr 'ff u." nit .+/Zk I Valatfcie Day. :
    ffllliA'r. S. C.Miaa OrtrvlLfcJ+ k 1Ily l'-A etas, 11AuJJ1 .
    /'. RI.., xhf'.t4 k a flndl J.{.err itA..... erda 1 aut'a w'.>1&.t 'ars.
    Pkada. Maze Ifi9+,r, Yutily YI Lo"t( arr.'J e 2 ty JiM. n.y I. .
    a"alt //f Ui4 La4'.te, u bMi.Sis t1. r i&& la .li tt-r ,friii>re j* to day
    Jfitais Ilya, Vsttt }Harris Z ly'.sI Izar Tut prize war a ttrypfetar pretty :
    fcf I'''''' tf..i* are j4flrre Cf'7'riLrrfrv1h4 that u ubstuteaU
    ; ao pfeUUy fiend % Lapp ;
    z:u, (i lnX1. ; ttMh, ]'.GJJI.t *. .
    a dbH.I I'h1/J, ate., all 11"Mf : as4 LOS to which caI-i':!.
    &p. r..t If arria, Y.rt2sr W tattrre. HiM Mamie P sT.nriPi z:4 MierWt
    ; wr4 to tH'J Yr'A411i1tt; &Ldai.Mr tha hu!. God of love k va4ta i"Ater f yifeU4 nary 'i'rAl 4 )tL+H s&r4 r4seral i.s very
    ,,'Jt>* U4t/, er.l?'!ry a&4. life, !tiff eagerly ar.rs mi ei ecoa.ly.Th .
    ui Yyu.Evary m".b If": the 4Hifht of tee sitar 0,1: Qnir..iCV rrr UiI. 0.1 Vw.rB.I1.h. 3Lr araa v'au.y S
    Jt/AUI f**** "J 1st c/ftfc"k theXtiafZMVarftvearr .. being: the! leap year the youngtettI.e e (;;nrr; s. t 'B 1rj .. Po,. UJ Ay': nd fn.tb Bru4n .
    d.tWJ r f tt,4e a"ytr .utbu.Jr.(11 f $2.3 ..4I 3 K.=tukl Pride U.a. s.w... 4 z PoI X 1
    tAtywvrtr1.4t new of OeU Lad tilt IlAk
    url A fAt ar:4 aritbL Mte e WUtf4.W. X'a a were ML.Watvz o- I ."'.id Pootna ?e or E..tpt! Money CMcn. t
    and (1t1s a t7y r/Mla! wtVitt ty: or tf&r they are aware wf'J I
    ': "- r+try WJlto l.d.rA grara'aa ga'rn. stn. ::. 10(. AJIM, Mrs J. C.
    .it f/y dl i'' its, n f/JtM JtttAh. will Ltd tLerr.fcfeTrs: piereed lySon-.
    IIA U I"" :"" thy fr>"*r of (stags Ctw, Mr*. MAlfcry Lfel-Jca.: }f n. Y. BOWEN & COMPANY.
    .;,' o 41LX MM. IA H. W1'nt, J.j.. arrows aimed oy *-..>tn* of oar&iracdottly i : :
    epti4W 'ftir.C user} r/A, wbt a; L. WfttMB, )In. J>* .)UJJr, Mn. G
    V/,"'; M m Motile, 1f Jas Srplttist4 ?irL who bare been prattie.cztbU
    t *rItllalwrItwail li. MeKcao, Mn. C. V. Mlilr, MIMIre .
    MimJary, "t.", wire all' Jt.lt'llt kind of archery find Jaoosry Ho E BAY: T., JAC&-05VILLE. FLA. I'
    ' Yulte: ar>4 Eiy** Jzlir h.Cl.lie i

    t! Wl'rtatl1 krvely." %:-7', : .i J r.JLUTm AdJald'l HOlL, John fin', aad bait covtejome id-ptt ....sisa.. ...... ......

    I'rh1.ttbr Nrvepty 4Mrire t1tr" Young into, be e r !al. "If yoa
    JJtAbn fi
    VitnfrimHurrlri't *
    roilJ IMfao, Krcicu IJirotr, EditbI'i.tt.
    i "tt1J "q r.hl r/rt-kokbte prrtiht W "'Igrnstly I don't aid: oat the giru will i git -------
    war4 f'I'IW' of t.U"rt1 tt.attaL
    , '<' 6erua4 Persia, Ftorrie Can-

    .mJ"t1 watrtrlct hit per" rti'Jt f s, earwl b/ 1111' Ciurrb Car*. drip, ly/sdla Gary Fkrri Cr x/k 4t1d yoo." -- -- .--- HUBBARD) & MACDUFF

    K'"I the4errs,
    Y J. CHKVKT A r /) Tokrf/;, 0. Va!..U l'&u. Wince Medal Contest.

    T. Tfcli' the }J.jl.. ..
    wei .fkk'l '
    1'/fih
    -
    "lIt, tint tlLfJ.rxixL ll, bait kp9wY.1. The f.I<1 medal offered to the pupil

    r daunt f they prtkflnf the tartly;( t'b"I'II 1 1M the tart ffN' u ytarx, Mitt Gtmtby tdUrUiat for Mrs. U.Mr of the Orila High &..bool will be contested HEADQUARTERS FOR

    ah9of rAutItta, r""I/'l B, Areatt
    ti,1Vtu4ti, tti) tJ'fl4ry'l bltll Tort. tly hfr,+,rain Wt: for at the Ar'qory ou the eveu-
    f _M.b ) *. )of. li. ArerU of I >hMtr N.V. .
    rarr'b4 ttrtap9
    v
    ,
    w.rr aara1t, 'J ,
    all 'udnl?>e tar.Io.aJt oa arA friar ingot: February Iad, W :tlDttOIJ'i AMERICAN FIELD AND HOC FENCE

    atr, ",.kl/'l tt++1t dallllll( to ., wh'/ foratrij rHri44 lopl OealA,
    . efrlly able to tarry 'If.it .I'l (,hilt Mrthday.
    f. grgrfrunta. AH the rain t,''"I C'J.tJfJl1rIJlnM }J'ltlt1"yaf'tlfi'Jo
    1'JfJl'(
    flans uwfe r/y tJ111m.. The raed'U will be pre-ntfcd to tLeU : N i iI'
    >' to d" WU JlI r ph aA dint" urnt aMbtl/ Mr*. C. L. Gam.by .. .
    "
    k- axy tier Www h 1'1.1\, Vhyfiralt l LrurglxiiT"le4r y or girl making the feet Impromptu i I nl s = i4.'R J e

    ff pert drhrN with th" 'I,{, ( ':.,JiAr1l, ). O. ppeeeh anal the (;(jntrtprocni : 41 nr. FI ; ;. '

    _!..tll,,iS" t"ppt" f'r "af.It'1 WAI.III S, KttfKAX A "fAYV1K, 10ft. (J4w4y'" "UI-fU\'E: trdpe atMr !1 c' r r: .... J ..
    [ *'! to U a in Mt interning oce.Ereryrxxly :tR.1 1 )17 t I r ;
    . tb"n,, WL'Ab'sak Druygbta, TrdfyJo, Ohk .. JI K. 8rfiilh'/t were umurJti y o sR !0" ( 'Ii .
    i Ie invited: to be present at '"
    I' 'ft,,, taU 1'1"11 wu ,d tll'"I" Uff Ilall'r :811&0"" (:err t. 4ktpnor/ i+,vaty. a large quantity of yd'JW the r r r'r ,, t t. :: : : : ;' 0 '

    '".',11&41 JrI..,." ao'1 t" at,. IIo'ft"iii" patty, t.ltlfll>( dl"d'y' ueu t"; MjfflJ 1 jaNanne; vlJIt tt, Hllleo.x t',4w afJJ bk'ikiny.The =* r IU r : I':.!-, L f ,
    aryl 1111 tit the beautiful Warren medal i icon f f '" '
    rIJfJuJ ;**1 ".flltlw.J'I5I' "
    .rrJhluoekJtrywl' bypirrlr< a' { > t'UntH k-icg Uaati/ully artjvl : 3-Hi" .: : ; ; E: :
    7'Vs. jx-r Uttl-. t4/!4 by ton exhibition in the window of Mr. A. ... :

    W, H, 1h, fa (I"i,1...{I anfl \,, YINhthNdshting r f, rugtlhW, TrUg 11,11 IslN Ifie. atx/ut' the room shotting iu 1:;. Jiurnett'M jewelry store. .- .--- --.,- ,- -Go--._-."-..,.--3: ..-. ::.- -..

    'k" )k c"f1t nap UflUlB ) "J'rtlprat every way the perfect taste of the J611'sr 5t1le s-w Ibf. }'sere aerCca ) .
    11at1's{ the e-.d. I
    r.mIlYI'US. aril A Night Marm.Worse Su,& 1213.er 6':I. spa' Sec:, is la. .4 IB. i i't
    ttrb }.IttlrtJt/ .",fI. ___h' .___ ._ 111.:11'I.'n ;

    'fI,,, dahvs than an nlairn! of fire at Made ol.rge, strong high- rade steel'ires. heavily: r
    JI"IICarll' wrrN' r"'11 Mrs, Mason Cntrtin *t Ctrdt frir! wan an informal tea aud I I ga : '

    dainty pink ntrrN, rarr/lnie '")" I,,, JdtfJut thirty I.U'JI were prrwntall i Iihlloj, the butty ougb of crosp Amply prov.dcs: : expansion: and con a tion.. Is practice.. c r ,
    M,.. /Pearl VI*.,ri If&V", a f V..tlM' 1'J*a 'If* lh' "it d''''tl"aU" remaining the entire affrrboorj and i
    JUyabir v<-ntlhtt cur'l party at the : Does not mutilate but does efficiently, turn stint. .r. <. hots. .
    1 uIIC 1h" svrulrq a tJlln"t auplrrGmrieIJpg __(,,,ndlng) the time very rMuhtfuIly.MM. knell and it mesas death "nlnyomethiug and pigs. ;
    I'nitt iif 'Or fftothtr, Mr*. I>. A. Finch/ I
    : / rif dJI'k..u sala'1' ', "i&It!h'N, nalllltWall akn!"te M' ) morning t<-" o'clock, ton
    EVERY
    ROD
    fllrn II cake a14 c"ff.UI and Tar never fails ro give OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED
    :" tlUtll, gust of honor and Ml'*** Minnie
    .
    IIl1mt r "r Jiff 1'111111 My' f/lf-n'lu.) I.
    "fve'L 'that'llnlug fllm Ul/U was ImtarH relief and quickly cures tbe by the manufacturers and by Call and it Can show
    ,i ar.dui' [ *<: Jaiuhhy. During theafWnoon us. see \ {,;: loot
    -IIIffh'l 1.t&U' in Urals burn'
    art
    1f t
    t'rlt)1y'It'rtelra) : ) with (rims, ,wrrh : tea and othr light refrenh- worut forma of croup' Mr P. L it will save you money and fence your 5elds so they wiil stay fC (Cd.
    tllllll unvri anti uN fh.JJ"MIIII
    : ""It,..",",. .11I1 Ltr.a. -//I/II.U.1n/ with very mt-ntti mrvH.Mr ()", JItt, of 3Iannington. Ky., writes : '
    .,ir"lrn, Ulnj charucUrlby] their were Syracuse Cfiiilei! PillS, Black Hawk and Eccr.cy Corn Slitters, Yaralsl
    'Ink Nhr'hN." "My three year old girl bad a severe
    { OawMljy U a very charming Paints Oils Glass Dsirs Sash
    IrifoirnitlUy.MrN. Etc.
    .. 'ft,,,,,, wets a "lard. nuubat of vN- hot*,and her afternoon tea was case, of croup; the doctor said t>b. Blinds
    IHII
    h"'lfIllf art Nztrez ly pleasant l .
    flag young I-! kfi'l g' trtlr'rrn extremely pleasant event. could not live.\ I K"t. bottle. of .. (JlfoY'd Hubbard & Macduff Ocala faeCO.
    I
    hostrwe mid thin gown:( \\u\ln aril ,
    JU'-tI&UIII', ) In thy (Un'-N, who lent: i Honey and Tar, the finest dote gave

    rlfl..Mtd! to her r'r" very u/trry party. treat Oplfhnlt.u. In Bane relief and waved her "
    many t/III./ to th" I"'II'L' ':eardmr. quick life.
    Khtce'i: rounds of rf1grt".I" whUt
    fine inveiitments! for Americans ] :fuite, eubBtltuteii.! Potlofllce Drug
    wan played", th" More cardii ttllllCIwarlll I STRAUSS &
    with little
    capital irt TaUnco, the Htore. rn
    Thn, fillowlitie/ wore thnNN> dancing : i _. .
    -- -* ---
    --
    awl hearts' wi-r UHH! in richer agricultural ttate In the r*. ,
    Mr. l.K'Ilir'' ,w srf O"h.vllI"j, ) Mr Got His Arm Cruthad.
    truuim.MlMH| public fit Mexico. Large and email
    UU Mc.t/.l! ,( Uliifiior; Mr. M, J. Walnoa and Mlw Hlriclatr tied farm of all kind and sugar and Mr. D. D. McAru, a flagman on the OCALA FLORIDA,

    lUifw, Conill ; Mr. T. If. Marrln/ banana plantation. Tell what you A. C. L. railway, while hhlftmg! cars
    for th, lilglifnt lionom and the prize, a Wholesale aid
    Jftukwmvlll; Mr. Jl. H. Wi.tir! ., want. IewrlpllouM! and prlcn can (in the lyanh :lin thin city Friday ) Detail Liquor Dealers.STRAUSS' .
    bnautlfulCutglaaean4) ml v-r perfuine
    Floral City ; Mr. 0. I II. IJoy4|, lIuM..r I ; Le had hy writing toCANUTO morning. wan caught :in Home way
    bottle wan cut for, Ihefonnrr winningIt. UCLNI.'4 T.,
    Mr. A. (l J. I'ln/.fl, I,"k" Wlllr' between the earn andlhad bin left arm ;
    There wre alMi two young ladles 1'. O. llox 1C7 Vera CruH, Mexico.
    K. J. Allfii, Tlftoii, O"rjIr'i; --- broken in two placet, one near the I
    making (the wrcond largest scare, Mlm
    Mr; \V. A, Murphy' and Mr Mclx>cklln :'of r. and Mr*. J. I;. Callaway an. eltfwlI.ntl. one Just above the wrht.!
    1'otlt-rmnl Mix* hiM (In cutting fora
    ( Falrtdd1)ra.1V.. % ; II. I'OWITN, 'II. pounce the engagement of their He wan taken to the JhoMpital and i
    very pretty Nllvcr l bon l bun "|1"/"'), I t
    0!. ])< i/rr| H. A. JUuUI, MtMHro.'licu daughter, Jtle I'II1.atltllJ: to Mr. JIG placed in charge of Pr.JPoweru. The
    MINK l/l.r won !It. MILAN 1.1"1116 I
    and! Hniulforil Jewell, Julm I). Wau/h/ hr \VVtt I'ulrn) teach, the doctor think) that) h" will be able to
    It'runsnviliswhn' \ liadn't much luck
    and Will Taylor' W. II. \Vorkin, marriage to take pUci early in the nave the arm and an amputation will

    I Inward Cliifk.J.: II. M tlic\vnC. !<. In winning ganicH, wax lucky enough ttinnmer. :flits! Callaway In the not he lIf'c"HHilr.>. i1I I IX L
    to win a copy of Mr*. Utl/wlllug'
    Hi-trunk( H. I I':. IIIIU-r I HCllltlu..h.l6u4'r|(| |
    youngeHt daughter of Mr. and MreCallaway Mr. McArn !.< a young man aLouttw..nty
    .
    0. LAixIrrHoti, (1.I II, Font, "R: J, INI'IUM.The : and In one of Atlanta' years *of age and i III from i I
    riioxl ddflU-louit\ fruit hiilu l
    erll"k, F.; '1'. J Idv'II"t"II, O. Jl. IJuwsH, preltlfnt and immt accomplUh Muiton, N. ('. At l Utt account the [HEGISTEED] : I
    r .- rolled with whipped crrani, nullednutn
    young women (She 'him u host of young man wtw resting well\
    OVlV'vorkvcnkcn ollveiniid t-racker were Mervedat
    frlendii, who will U intm-ntcd thin
    Your Kidney*). noon hy Mr 4. Mason lii4HI"It'd hyMMN Another CItizen for Ocala. BALTIMORE RYE
    announcement. M: Waugh/ cornea IIr
    | 1Vcnthrrrs,111NN\ lUrco and MinxTli'mi Mr. W. J. Denby, who ban been
    UNttaltby Kidneys Make; Impure Mooj ono of Virginia' old and prominent
    JI"ulll. with :Mr. Thomaitln the capacity clmiK'Hiiian f -
    famllU-H. Il" U Iliejunlnr memher or FIVE YEARS OLD.
    I AH the tloo-1 in your body |>ajr through ) (.rcocntnt thU party were, rur Motile time, has accepteca
    / there (the Waugh Drug (k,. of Went PulnIteiich
    ; your kldnrys once every tuinutos. ,
    1 lm Mlwt l J'>tn-r! Wculheriiniid her gm-ht IH,,,ition with the Marion) Hard ware
    IH rt kidney: lie your ) and
    cllicli'iit
    an
    1 pliariiiacl"t.-
    V&LJ..1: "IIooJ purifiers y IiI-i( Mt lit'rry Minn, Mlnxi-M Him Itiirco, C""IJI''yor' Ocala, and will atsumedutlin
    r f It."t } ter out ilt" waste orlmpurltlq Atlanta Jdiirnal. \
    f I Eulllll.tlILII.1: Kloyxu: I/lur AihlalilnllllKlit'H Iho -
    t the on 1st. Mr. and Mn I i
    \: In Llooti.
    !
    n 1l I Waugh 'In a MOM of I'ro(.
    f Waugh
    I! 11. l If( limy are tick or out Mainlt ItiiUliKiiVllh', Kthcl: Dt'tiby'H) uunr.'rouge (7alnesviiefriend)
    i cl, order, they fall f to do who taught in thw fake City college
    1l: IhelrwQ.k.. and (Mcutrlct Hlnrlalr, Lillian Ool.l-\ regret much to !III" 'hem, aH llu-y

    (' ina, .cli tid rheumatism :duos llnltlu for ninny years, und halt visited I FOUR Bottles- $
    i iintiK-r, lllllrr U mn- will >>e mliwiHl socially arid otherwise,
    2.90
    11 com (torn f i- OcaU Huvt-ial tlini-H. Ills frlftidx) Delivered
    cats cf uric if IJ in the haunt, Htrn und Vlott-l lUrriit, Joluin )hut will wixh them ..ucces! in their ?

    t Hood, due to nrc1otled !c }'IIMolIt'ufla/ Hmlthrlrud] .. here Ii-nrn with inlervht of hilt upprouchlng future home.-(jaineKvllle Hun. !
    ? kidney troulla.Kl'ln .
    ,
    marriage
    I'tredtt Mutnlu WalMin\ Vahtu = 12 -
    */ trouble enure quick er unsir Jy Totter Delicer'd$8.5ot
    i Precinct
    heart beats and makes one! feel! as though and l'ruiic Hill. Meeting. BA '
    'I'ht'rcrrtvh of
    ) they had heart trouble/ b clu.e the heart li .. .. n pin may caiinc the Thi voter of the:Ocaill. preciuc] 0
    oyrr-working In pumping thick kidney. loMMofa llmli or even death when ,' \, r i .ItSoitor'NEas i
    { i poisoned Hood and arteries. Safe Blowers In Marlon. met at tho council chamber Friday ti oio .

    -t It used to t>a considered that only urinary blood xininlng| | may result from the night.

    t trouUee were to be traced to the kidneys, A gang <>f safe I'lowetH f"r tilt I"&I.t : injury. All danger of this may l.0 l
    :Mr. K.V DiviH was made chairman
    t but now modern K'lencn: prove that nearlyall "l'vt'ml""t", have l>i con,ilutl! .n l dljeavjs have their Uginnlrif ( avoided however, hy promptly opplylng and Mr. Gen. (3. Mathewa, sec
    + In kidney troublo.I thin'" slate" III out of the way place s I ChamlH-rlaln'M Pain Malm.
    { I '4 I Ifyou ate tick can make no mUtakil It retary.There. I
    t you a* well\ a'illl the larger fltle* hut have Uanantleeptloand quick| healing
    i t j >y first doctoring t your kldneya. Th mild IIlIlmIII for CUtH hrulm-8 and hunm. I were only fourteen present.Mr. .
    x and the extraordinary ellect( of Dr. Kilmer' not .'al.ltlll'lr rexpectH to thin county ,

    V I fiwimp>Root, the erNt kidney remedy I la uuttl Friday night last wlu>u they For rule by Anil-monopoly Drug K. \V. Davis was unanimously Orders Filled Same Day Received

    ; : soon" reahred It Hand the highest (for tti Htore.:! |U re-elected commlUeeman.Straytd. .
    wonderful curw of the moat dlstreulng cues vUltcxl Ix'ioyaiul tynaiultwl the wife --_. -

    ii f and U told on Its merits 'I. of Mr Hliiit'ou Brown, lu leading OeneralJ.J. Fluky, one of Flor- *' '*'S' 'X/N/WV/\/V* *>/>XV>_x W "VX_ 1
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    Yea may have ___ getting away with S2,001.l1u( ( mouey. of thlrly dollar I i'er month (tom mare, with Llaze face and a white( VERMIFUGEr ;
    ample bottle by mall ...,. .(*...I>ft**
    ;V Iree abe pamphlet telling\ [; you how to f ln.I Up to the last account Mr. Brown the U. H. government for 't'rvlw&tlutltrO(1 w spat ou each aide behind the shoulder _iii Ia Q uan. ...".Q.u1r.

    out If have kidney or bladder trouble I will pay $0 to the one that will 1 FIr 20 Years ass Wall
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    VOL. AXXVIL. NO OCALA FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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    SAU HJSAS2TH SmiS. Local Editor MOTHER PlEAS HT'EVEHIHG PHOSPHATE CITY NEWS. I WILL HUN FOR SHERIFF I THE FARMER. THE OCALA BANNER AND GOVERNOR

    =- JENNINGS.
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    It is the farmer who in time of
    HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN their Those Who Come and Very
    Mr. and Mrs. Hitler Entertain go-A Allan Rodgers of Ocala Wants to be
    I peace brings the balance of trade to The Ocala Banner has sent out
    Friends at Cards. Pretty Marriage.Mr. | Sheriff of Marlon County.
    I our shores, aud it is the farmer who thirty thousand copies of Governor
    The Armory will be the attraction The card party given by Mr. and Gei nor from Juliette made a Hon. Allen Rodgers, wife and Inter.
    I. I in time of war stands ready to go to Jennings' "open letter" to Senator
    tonight.Mr Mrs. Edward Hiller Tuesday night at trip to Dunnellon Friday.\ : esting little daughter, "Blue Eyes,"
    the front and bare his breast to defend Taliaferro and for which it ha not
    G their lovely and luxurious home on Messrs. Edward,-Staten and Rush i 1! were in the city from Ocala Wednesday .
    Charles,of Oxford, was a visitor I the country that he loves. It is asked the governor to "come across'1
    Fort King avenue was a most! magnificent made business!! trip to the Brick and registered at the Brown
    to our city yesterday. I the farmer's wife who kisses her in the gum of a single cent even to s
    and beautiful affair. Sixty-rive City Friday.Mr. House. a
    I bright faced boy good bye and faces help defray the cost of postage.
    AU feet will lead ia the direction of guests, mostly of the married contin- Davis and family spent Sunday i )Ir. Rodgers is one of the most
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    loneliness, difficulties, and dangers But the reason the Ocala Banner
    the Armory tonight. gent, were entertained at progressivewhist. / with Mr. and Mrs. Neville.Mr. widely known and most popular citizens !
    I of isolated country life and tells has been so generous i is because it bufollowed'
    Beach, of Virginia, is iu Dunn- of Marion county. A native of
    8eJ. M. Potter when you want hi>n to go and remain so long as his Governor Jennings' letter
    wood, chii-keua, eggs or vegetables: ttIrll. There were no set decorations but ellon on business : Frankfort, Ky., he came to Florida :
    services are necessary in the defense with Senator Talhferro's reply, and
    bouquets of pink roses, pink carnations Mr. Averett was in town Monday. : twenty-three years ago, all of which ,
    ) W. C. Barnes and son Harold of his country and for the good of his: of course it would not have done thisif
    and violets were piaced effectively Measles! are an epidemic now time he has made his home Marion
    aye visiting rrlalives at Island Grove. people. It is she who under like cir- it did not believe that the sena
    in the different rooms: in this county. Many old as well as a large proportion in Ocala, where for I
    cums'auceg gives her husband to the tor's rejoinder is complete, withering ,
    Mr. Grant McCall, a former Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Hiller received the young people: Lave them. i i many years he was a successful business -
    : same cause, and whether it be in success and overwhelming.
    parlor, Mrs. Hilier wore a handsome :Miss Bessie Brassell has returned 1 inau.
    fr few
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    c1Uz-n, i U> in town a days.
    or in difficulties, whether it be If there was nothing else to 8ena
    I gtfvn: of crepe de chene. from Lakelind to acjept a position i Mr. Rodgers is aspiring to the office
    in time of peace or in war, whether it tor Taliaferro's credit but this letterif -
    Mr. It. A. Hurford returned 'ester. Cards were played iu the parlor with C. W. Rush. t I of bheritl Marion, and has already
    I be in prosperity or in great financial it stood alone-it is such a masterJy -
    d+y from a pro'e-sional trip to Gainesville hall, music room and dining room for Mrs. Johnson, of Ocala, has accepted -i made formal announcement. The
    crises, it is the farmer to whom we I I J and matchless production it would
    two hours, after which supper was a position with Kit ler Bros. Mrs. !, city editor of the Sun has known him
    must turn at last for relief,and, thank fairly entitle him to a renomination.Wfc .
    The Metrert-Titylor ice factory will served. During the games Misses I Johnv has visited: here before and !' personally for many years, and knows
    I God, we have never turned to him ![ do not see how it is possible for {
    l>e in operation by the first day of. ;Mona Hillei! Hattie Ro.seubaum, I her frit'udllart' glad to see her return. I him to be a frien I, a gentleman and
    unless he came to our rescue and furnished anyone to read it and come to any
    March. Mamie Nevitt and Emily Ford marked Mi-s: : Auuie Mixson returned to i j a democrat-three of the best virtues
    r Ihs relief which was required. other conclusion.
    We regret to hear of the very the scores Holder Sunday.Ben any man ever had. He says he was
    Applause.) We believe the voters will take till
    serious Illriesa of Hon. H. T. Wart- Mr. Frank Harris", won the gentle- Feinberg came back Monday born a democrat, of democratic and j
    I applaud the sentiment and the view of it and it begins to look like
    mann, of Citra. men's first prizes, a pretty scarf pin. from Oeala. I I Confederate parentage, and proposedto II
    ruth expressed by John Trotwood his re-nomination will tie made
    Mrs. Hirsch and Mrs. Harris tied for The marriage of Mis Bell Milliganto die io the sate channel. "The
    Moore in his work entitled "A tuwm..r'lt unanimous.
    Mr. H. L. Barnes, of Daisy, was ia the ladies rirst prize, a beautifully Mr. U B. Jackson occurred Suu- democratic principles are right," he I I t
    He meet Hymnal, wherein, in substance -
    Ocala yesterday. came .to decorated cake pirate, the former thy morning at 10:30 at the Presbj- said, "and I propopose to be buried in t.! Will Plant the Luscious Watermelon.
    he The farmer's life is
    Mr. J. B. Lucas. fays:
    his partner, winning it on the cut. Mrs. Jack teriau church, Rev. Wynn performed a democratic grive." sustained i Mr. James W. Sanders was in yesterday
    life
    a loyal and patriotic bya
    Miss Grace Harwell, of Jacksonville | Camp and Mr. Fiuzel: drew foi the the ceremony. Those!: that served as A few years ago Mr. Rodgers Iretir- faithful hand, that has grasped to I I from his Early Bird plantation

    is visiting the family of Mr. I consolation prizes, gold lace pins and ushers wt.'re1 r. W. Gamble aud Mr. ed from business in Ocala after which often the burden of duty aud carried I and said to a reporter of this paper

    f; John Pasteur in this city. I a cigar case. The booby prizes were Wood The bride's sister Miss: Daisy he took up the building of good roads, it so unselfishly. It is a hard hand. I that he has his ground prepared and

    awarded to Mis. Henry LivingMon Milhgau, was maid of honor. She on which subject be was always en will soon begin plantiuz one hundred p
    has I It is true, but it H faithful and honest I
    ; Mr T. U. Bright, of Toronto,
    ? and Dr. D. M. Smith. of silk with
    wore a gown pink nar-_ thusiastic. For three years he was acres in melons and that he believe
    Ocala and in its rough grip more gen
    joined her husband at the I The following were the ladies and row satin ribbon and silver buckles, employed by Marion county as superintendent tlenessdwellsmore truth and honor I. that this will be an exceptionally fine

    House", and they will remain in Ocala I who in this and Gainesborough hat. "1 here
    gentlemen participated a large of road building with convict year for this crop; he basis hU opine
    lay, than iu many another of softer
    for Mine time. pleasant affair: Mr.. and Mrs. I. ri. were three brides maids! all attind labor, which thoroughly familiarized I ion from the high price of cotton and
    parts and finer turn. It may be rough, II I

    Those boilers for the electric plant Hirsch, of Cumberland, Md; Mr. I I in blue silk and black velvet hats- him with criminals of all classes, like the roots of the oak, twisted and thinks that this will reduce the i

    oJ are still near the tracks of the A. C. I, and Mrs. D. W. McLaury! of Cornell; I Misses Mattie: Gamble, Int-z Raney where he was placed in a position to hardened, gnarled and knotted, in the I melon acreage in Georgia and South

    L. railway depot, and the lights are Mr. and, Mrs. Edward Holder, of and Bessie Everstein. The groomsmen study the character of tame. During primal fight for life with the elements I Carolina, and other southern "ute0, I

    Dunnellon; Mrs. Berry Hiss, of Orange were Mr. W. Wood, Mr. Green this admistratiou he never lost
    dim an opportunity and will therefore the Florida
    an as ever. i of nature. But unbeautiful as it is, give

    N. J., Mrs. B. A. Inglis, of :Madison; and Mr. W. Baiselt. Mr. Tomkins, to understand his men, and melon I
    a longer pull in the
    it has borne its full burden iu the I grower i
    Ocala i is a mcwt quiet and peaceable Mr. and Mm. A. H. Marsh, )Ir. and of Montbrook, was best mau. The it may he said with impunity that markets.In .
    fight of civilization and the battle of I
    city. Violence and disorders are Mrs. D. 8. Woodrow, Mr. and Mrs. R. bride was attired in grey broadcloth there is today no more thoroughly I
    event he ht the i
    the world. It may be misshapen and any says none
    almost -luknown, and this has", always L. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. with point beef and a Large white I posted man on criminals and the !!
    its joints large from strain and toil, crop will go to waste as the leftover
    been !its reputation. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ford, hat. The bridal couple blood underan study of faces and characters than
    melon will be fed to the aud
    --- I I and the veins may run through it like hog! go
    Miss Emily :Stotesbury, )lr. and Mrs. arch that was draped with vlms 1Mr. Rodgers.!
    t \r' Mrs. O. A. Nash and Miss Nellie (I channels of a stream deep cut, and it towards making excellent pork.

    for William Anderson, Mrs. M. B. Areutz, and ferns and two hearts that were |' If Mr. Rodgers as successful
    Anderson left yesterday 'faUlIatotlpttHI I ,I i proves may be curved in like the turn of a

    two weeks with Rev. and of Rochester, N. Y; Mrs Harry pierced with an airow. The church ,i] in the sheriff's office, should he be plow handle atd deep set like the Marriage Dunnellon.

    ti Jt Mrs. C. H. Nash. Wright, of Macon; Mr. and Mrs B. was also decorated. After the ceremony I elected, as he has in building good grip: of an ax helve, and deep set and At eight o'clock Wednesday at the

    I A. Weathers, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mr. and Mr- Jackson departed I I,I roads and managing the convicts in home of the bride's paieuUat Dunn-

    Mothers can wifely Rive Foley'aHouey and Mrs. H.V.. Little where will i Marion county, he will be a credit to bearred.
    Looney, Dr. for Montbrook, they re-I ellon Miss Edna Lindsay and Mr. T.
    and Tar to their children for I the county. He is e. strong man, and But if today there comes an
    contains Mr. and :Mr.. Mallory Liddon, Mr. side in the future. The bride is a up'l K. North were united in marriage by
    coughs and colds, for it will no doubt make it lively for those heave of the earth in the fu ion

    . ? opiates or other poisons. Postoffice and Mrs. G. R. McKean, Mr. and preposessing, charming young lady. who oppose him.-Gainesville Sun. rock and matter, and this baud, of allearth's Dr. W. C. Lindsay, of this city.

    Drug Store.MN. m Mrs. C. V. Miller, Mr. ana Mrs. Wm. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mr. --- -- I The wedding wasa simple and very
    Original Whist Club Beautifully civilizttion, alone leaves its
    Hock, :Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watson, Milligan of Anthony. Mr. Jackson pretty one in The
    Philadelphia, exery renpect.
    G. Stringer, of Entertained. imprint there to be read eons of ages
    and is the )Ir. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Mr. W. N. is a well known business wan of Mont ; bride is I one of Dunnellon' mOlt
    r arrived In Ocala yesterday I Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Robert L. i hence by beings of enlightenment
    Love- Camp. Mrs Jack Camp, Mr. and Mrs. brook. Many handsome presentsof popular! hdies. She i. a eater.
    R. C. young
    \ Mrs.
    sister I
    \ guest of her I Anderson entertained the Original and light in the museums of a higher
    A. E. Uerig Mr. and Mrs Livingston, silver! and china were received.Amerlca's of Mrs. Wake Wells, of thU city
    ; ridge. Whist Club very beautifully. It was civilization, well way it stand embedded
    i! Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis, Dr. and and ban often visited her and ha ft
    Mr. William Himes, a young and I Cheapest Megazine. one of the prettiest small! card parties in some kindred block of
    I i Mrs. D. M. Smith, Mr. and Mr. number of friends here who tell] learn
    prominent attorney of the Tampa bar, The problem of a 12 cent-a-year that bas been given this winter. stone, not to point to the came and
    'I I Frank Harris, Mr. and Mrs. t'. T. with interest of her marru..:.
    WM iu 0;da. yesterday on business monthly magazine fully up the stand- Beautiful roses and other cut flowers lineage of some prehistoric race, but
    Sistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles : Mr. North
    the.groomhasfortheput
    before Judge Bullock. ard of the high priced publications in were all over the house and all of the through all the ages of time it would ,
    Rheiuauer, Mrs. S. Potts Euglelou, I few been head salesman for the
    literary quality and in press work has fire places and mantels were banked stand as the "Track of duty," the years
    r The Messrs. Webb, father and son, Mr. J. K. Autinfrs.! L. A. Finch, I Killer Brothers at Duonellen but bu
    been solved. Pictorial Magazine, with fragrant plum blossoms. "Emblem of patriotism" in "the

    I r of Kendrick, who are proprietors of Mrs.: Pearl Mason, Misses Lillian recently became engaged In another
    published at 38 Park RON, New York Being so near the twenty second of Man age of eath." (Prolonged applause. -
    t the lime works at that place, were in Goldnamer, of Elizabethtown, Ky., business.
    I I City, is the book. It is mailed post. the month the score cards were very .)-Speech of Hon. Ezekiel S.
    Ocala yesterday.Queen Mamie Xevitt, of Toronto, Emily This paper extends Ita beat wUhe!
    age free to any address in the United suggestive of Washington's birthday, Candler, of Mississippi, in the house
    Ford, Esther Weathers, Messrs. A. C. to Mr. and Mrs. North.
    Anne Ha-'r nic cures States at the astonishing price of 12.. being tiny hatchets cut from "silver, of representatives Feb., 190.1.
    Finzel and Ben Rheinauer.
    dandruff and sores on the head; stops cents year; single copies costing 2 : tinsel paste board and painted with Green's August FlowerIs .
    Beard of Trade.
    f the falUbg out of the hair and pro. Library Organization. cents each. Pictorial contains 64 a cluster of cherries. They were very the most popular reni ly'ou:; the
    Tydings' The regular meeting of the boardof globe for the cure of all stomach digestive
    f moles a luxuriant growth. The new organization of the Ocala pages of stories and high class articlesall pretty and catchy. ,
    I store. I trade was quite largely attendedlast liver troubles and habitual
    & Co drug
    f ; pany Public Library met several days ago, richly illustrated. The managerof The prize, a cut glass vinegar cruet, I night. constipation, with heir miserable

    d; }Ira. J. M.Lanieraud Miss Miriam forty three members being present. the Pictorial says that he will have was won by Mrs. William Hooker, effects. We advertised aa a Ut in
    Four new names were placed on the
    Lanier, of Tarboro, N. C.and Miss Mr. David S. Woodrow was elected 1,000,000 subscribers to Pictorial in a who was successful enough to win 7,680 newspapers allover the United
    list of membership.
    s Rtancill, of Washington, N. C., are president and Miss Louise Gamsby, year, and every one will be procuredon fourteen games. States for any cse' where August

    f in" Ocala and are the guests of Mr. and secretary and treasurer. the merits of the contents as the After the games were concluded the Securing railroad shops at Ocala Flower was used that did not Rive

    t was discussed and the matter was satisfaction. Only three case of fall
    r- Mr. C. 8. Cullen. The following; gentlemen were book makes its regular monthly visitsin guests were invited into the diningroom ure in thousands of letters; two of
    placed in the hands of the presidentand
    [ named as trustees: Messrs. D. ;. American homes. The illustra- where a light supper was serv- these were cancer of the stomach
    8e that perfect Button Hole attachment secretary to take up with the Price 25 and 73 cents per bottle at
    on the New Home machine.It Woodrow, C. S. Cullen and C. L. An- tions are a feature of Pictorial, ed all the ladies being seated. at one officials. Anti-Monopoly Drug More. 1

    derson. The lady patronesses were choicely selected, not el and timely. table, in the center of which was a
    will sire! you much tedious work 'I The matter of bonding the city was
    named as follows: Mrs. R. McCon- Pictorial is offering a number of large battenburg lace piece surmounted -
    and it makes a beautiful button-hole. prominent feature of the meetingaid RESIDENCE FOR} SOLE(
    j athy, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Mrs. valuable prizes for subscribers, and by a vase of pink carnations and
    For sale by Ocala Furniture Co. all present favored the proposition -
    Edward Hiller, Mrs. J. J. Gerig and regular agents are wanted in every scattered over the table were spraysof
    for ImaJl saw mill com and will make and active cam- I offer for wile rf'tlldfn
    '. ANTED-Purchaser good as new capacity Mrs. D. S. Woodrow. city and town in the United States. smilax. my
    bnt make.
    o plete for .
    .
    bonding.The
    Address B.r piign
    V.AU.to l.Cedar rreat FL.rgatn.3 d 111' 23 Room 3 in the Merchants! block has! At this pleasant afternoon Mrs. near the wliool IIOUM,
    ley. Dr.Chas. U. Sheppard, the noted secretary announced that all ar
    -300.0Q0 fiDe been secured for the library and the Walter I,. Hale was the special in Oeala containing 10 room
    mOMATO PLANTS Paragon Ready Feb. South Carolina chemist, was in Ocala rangemenU had been completed for
    puou. Beauty aDd OQO aDd rent was paid for one year in advance. guest and the others present besides bathroom and kitchen. HOUMS
    t$to March ut. SI.25 P rn5 <*lsnPii1CS Tuesday on his way from having a "smoker" at the Armory on
    pKtal price large quantities. d3t WIt New books will be purchased short- the club members were Mrs. A. E.
    order. J.R, Diets Bartow.FU. ag Rockwell, where he had beento next Wednesday night. Is in excellent condition and
    ly and the library otherwise improved. Gerig, Mrs. I. S. Hirsch, Misses
    Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chase left last attend the meeting of the One hundred members and friendsare fitted with electric lights
    Frances Hill, Hattie Rosenbaum and

    night Washington: D. C., to attend Strangers visiting in Ocala will be Dunnellon Phosphate Co., of which Mona Hiller. expected to be seated Around the ,. throughout. Half cab balance -

    of the National Dental he i U stockholder. It will be festive board and enjoyable time is.
    meeting remem.
    a cordially welcomed at the library, Off for Tampa. on catty"' feruu. Tide per

    They will also visit in which is afternoon bered that Dr. Sheppard has a tea anticipated.
    Association. open every except The fortieth anniversary of the fect. U.\" 11) s. wooimoiv.Iloom .

    Philadelphia before returning home. Sunday. I farm in South Carolina and he says Knights of Pythias is being celebrated Snappy speeches will be made and
    1:. Pottofllce Illock.
    his Cincinnati Runaway Accident.Mr. his experiment has been so sucessful in Tampa today. The Ocala lodgeis the occasion will be entirely infor
    Mr. Ed. Holder took J. W. Savarece, a traveling --
    j- that he is selling South Carolina tea mal.
    in represented by the following mem-
    friends out hunting and succeeded salesman well known in Ocala, was Pure Eden
    in San Francisco in competition with The object of the "smoker" is to SEED
    r tagging one hundred and three quail out Friday with a friend behind one bers, viz: II. E. Yonge, sr, Jake MelonI
    the finest brands from China and stimulate an interest in the board of
    j Commissioner David S. of Standley & Co.'s "high steppers"and I Brown, H. C. Jones, W. W. Clyatt,

    i yesterday. of the party.! the spirited animal became I Japan. Baxter CarD and C. L. Moore who trade so as to increase its usefulnsss. have for sale a large lot of Pore

    j Williams was a member train. Eden Melon Set]. All theN seeds
    4 frightened at a passing freight I 1 The Palmetto House, formerly the left for that city yesterday afternoon.It Mr. E. W. is
    Woodsman.I The horse became unmanageable, the Agnew quite seriouslysick were raised in South Carolina and are
    Turpentine Allred House, has just received a new goes for the saying that they will of strata. Address 1
    experience vehicle was upset aud Mr. Savarese I at his home in this city. It is purest 8 6t

    I- Woodsman with at 11 once.years Box 23 brown out and badly, though not Checkering piano. This house is now be handsomely entertained and will hoped that his sickness will be onlyof W. W.4IUtH\\.
    wauU
    position 2194t seriously hurt. J being run by Mrs. Dr. Ennes. have a big time. brief duration. Appeltoo&G.
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    ?. 7. :.UTl !, 2I tu X.1it, I of death," the prwr of the trrstry Frank HarrU. (gala, FU.IK was given to explaining Ira?**. wvtidr tesii tl..... .i as
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    4 You will tr e mpi& J so Deld )'OU.i He elated tern A4.aTieeoct aie use

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    p iJs.- machine to rraeh nisiuf'y ; I a-asd tae..d classy

    'r II.I 'f U lit in ma&ifrkliQ2 rlf. I When G*v. Jeoniog. a ,filled :rna oratory. Ke Sails &wy cp into the i iclouds I also! for the goof B-*-, tl? whkh they % w snit apoa t e dead. t1ter

    We AUI'fit.o pen'4e ars Utr apt 11) tor 1 altaferrda .ition a&d vote r Tats; W&lllllorftr, ntt.e.I -
    ( uponth' and his ,ueocic di.-..hf pat a gust hare of their fnI)',.Y and I! ,
    pyr I .ADJi.JOVcMKC'alttita/a a rr
    t iUauai riot ..itb
    oar ran oar
    ( bill for the eiabiuhment of the '
    l' are wonderful t.etold.I that the on'yof>d
    jrb4groeot department fit CoaiJctr and Labor, given of th wben they
    -B} was
    any
    Bat aU 1 want to
    ,
    in zetoone+ cay
    ,i----.- -.- ---. Like the JanieEt rd Tb'.m ii B.c Port", I called }(r. Gomper and a-ied I i iI Haste at hr'h
    upon i To andyou've OO-.i the "" ....r that their mnntygsrt
    I tojou tbd "Brow-Q' in *a,
    Mvno: THK PAaxt L ; .tor ilnreu A. H&un*, was maD I him if the l the Eureka F* Fe*. is,1.i I ITztheS&uxel
    1 ELly.nNJTHtAt& I vol.tn< position I I to look after him. He's them .n.l u-nl it to >b.- ibjar of

    AT THY TtY WELL AELK TO of a t.J": h"i and a bi? beart.H Ii! taken by rjHiat/ Tali"aferro was. bat got their .1'41" m,.n. : IfceOckj* &...,

    1Ag1CAYE OC THKMJ5KLVJ3, HAJJ >- ward: feu party Lat bin Five fit .r !! ,'act.
    TAKKX Why the other iL tit at 0.1" I I Tai main fnj" r.f the s p* !h. &II
    IT* fcTAWO IX THK fUKKTCAMK beverruiitted him to foiwk tbepatt county *xc,tire lll8miu.e. of Marion .
    a It iLe repr< uiiuuve: <>f the American
    WITH THK tOMMOS HtfH-LK Ii beard him say just l*-f 're aihi? aoderstoo by the audiH p, way tbd from
    of t/untyaod aprigbtoe f't'dd".JuU of L-'-.r and if he t county tub ,pretat, No. :,
    ,
    r AI nil flOUT WILL fcK MAM; fOK hHV.n....rrl in hi. lofty Cal.i, D.al : th- loH'P'I" hAoki *.*. *dn I dtheehsirsaaa
    Ht .. a naD of tztr: ./>rdia.ryf.rc would I i apprrr.h aUtl -r: THE UKTTKKKK5T; Of TH09.K b* willing to give au
    AT Till eiprntsiou
    I our frien D. uuitte Mays bad boaattKl the point of n,>titly 'in.ier!,uu of
    p'JTlj1ll. of character and be will\ go in this direction. He at once replied vary thrc'ri *:n"JCr&ik duo of tfee
    I of being; a good ploughboy and he .fs, their brnefts tu-1 the right of
    :: .. -- --,, -, -- --- ::-:' :_= down in bUtory M tbe repre QtaUTe that hi would, and aj a resale this precinct with the decUrmUoa that.*
    f "moved to keep him ploughing' each and every one to go into such
    of the of American bad an order (tom the
    true type mao'hl..L cf enor to
    '
    FIJIDAY KKIiltUARY !* IV'4. letter which you are at liberty to
    ,
    Then be said on the game line that combines and tbat thi edoc :iClO of hold
    a meeting at one. Thamk
    .. -
    publish and which will the
    = -- explain to
    be bad DO fault to Had against you as the public would cause 'Qch. public
    Biztywiven printing faouw* were The bitter tblo?" ribs of him while votera of oar state bow it came about. ing everytbin WM right ealk4 *
    a congressman. "%Vby" he slid, opinion to be forme that all troaU
    wept away In tb UUrlUltlmort tire! tilting and the #eet thina said of Very truly yours, meeting on tbe spot isiar4r t Fcii
    Bob Dui has made an active, an would be ran in deferent to it or 6 and
    the
    him when dead may teach nt to W. H, SEKKI.VG.AMi.KH.AS ,} eommittarsua VM r..
    energetic congressman. He: has sent surer the cons q'jeno-3 tf having
    A rain ID North Car(/ iba b u re modify oar speech about other oc- -- elected and this wittrdet aDl prtttou
    garden seed and flower seed to every : legislators i elected who would make I II
    cowed It Jli) for bin$ rotten .gred. CUfJylDi eituiliar r> ltioa.i and ocfnt : KEDKBATIOS OF tAKQK. I notice to the voters of the prtctoet.

    votarin this district, and I want to the Beceti-arv law to govern tbe>e
    And
    That rnikeN /d better than caiSi'llJlI.lJl fiower along tbeir &s a eccsc:'-!ueikre ooly .Yell
    r1gs Washington, u. C., Feb. 5, 1&04.!
    tell you that they are good lt'td. too! trusts and fare them to be run only democratic
    JCIJlJd area.'sheJrp.nrw. pathway while they are yet lining Gen. W. H. rebrtrg, National 1 Hotel Totem bappefruJ to bt
    He sent uie some of the finest I everlaw for the public goad-sn 1 be iatro-
    and can appre/iate tbeui.A Washington, D. C.My present including etairma, *.rr oflbUIly vlmitlo,inj; From one paper of ehrysau- duetod hinatl lf as eneh k Ifog.Jator.Tht : .
    --- anti tnarnlttetman oat of a po..tb&ot.
    Dear sir:; :-Inasmuch a,
    four wkuhf awl two ru'rchttuup .ht you tbtrtuutu >- re A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. have ju+advised me by telephone I thirty eignu >"o ward b* ir to for

    t/> drib and wty that the Itu.iaue that big sun-I1wers, black! -eyed eu-auy opinion, J. Ii!rpont Morgan was the palmist dy of B)iS Tv ->4 wuuMt
    have
    you not yet received the
    . have lout fcUUsMj{ waruhlpi and tnty ObI: Ilf the dUtlDiuUbed uesU at and tuta-btea turnips !I" leading financier of the people of have thought of doiae .ueh a Ihua ,
    letter I Itt {
    wrotyou on February
    ro.rcLart rl. anrr.. the fu-uiioole yentt-rday wii Hoa.Wilkineon sow, Captain; B .b"I know: you this country! by reiucinz transportation Not him, he would bare bad
    and mailed you to room 61, fcenateannx every
    ----- Call, the veteran warhorse don't want to believe Browa guilty of chug** and that b- was puttin, deui-x-r
    'I b* .Southern 1'rinur Hjpply (;r,., I beg to repeat that letter present by uotaceiu die
    of Florida dfOiocfAcy, who for eight being so satanically: satirical, but Iwas his profits to stood use iu the upbuild form and then dowtnated
    , of WMhfDiton, I). C., .'>ld fteveuttenprinting herein. It h a* fellows: UM wb*>;e
    right there and heard it and ,f Grace church aid other !
    teen years repreeentnl thin state In hug: ( suchbenffaetiona by mouth and moade if
    pfeNMrs to lUHimore job "Your fAVor of the IKrh ultimo i is at ntetraaty.
    the United hate senate, and who is wbili* I know of course you are goiogto and that Mr. Flaglernad I caw voted the de -
    the after band and
    printing ettablj iwnu day ("IottDt.nrtl:1J..
    ng&fu a candid4te for that high office.Call kill bin., I think the enormity ofhisortenife beuefittrd this country by giving ever since Great's firs *i aDd
    < cuoa
    flr In reply to
    the gnat your 'inntion permitme
    would<< warrant- that be te it rail transportation and investing
    :ILJatJ'1r had just flnis-befl tip to say thtt the Hon. James P. I never before knew of a aa"tib< of

    lug over your ground and w if itcunt.in' r'IJJ l ht* morning coHVe when keen by Taliaferro, JoID'itor fjorn Florida killed in "homoepAlhic dl o" Oo that money in improving acid beautifying importance bring e.li.l up
    ,
    radium, In Te**s the richmt he will Fuller a long tirue and con- this sod other place Hlongtbe trust
    t 'I he Tropical rfun reprei-entative yea voted iu exact accordance; with the spur of the moaieBi. To 'r.. was

    radium hearing: earth b.iI j.IIt and but cuntly think! of his unmitigated crave, ih1) ixufittr mployment for time for
    Ceriay rnorbiuif, it required a expre!<'-ed wish of organized !labor ample every v ir iu th.
    mi-a> nrf-s to you ao$ Mlnye.1'Of thois,n th.'
    been dl,.."mrwl. I/,tf f ('rtun.* ar? mrute/t after ar exchange of greet upon the bill) creating the dcparimeuc I ? 2 m precinct to bcco>u iatur8led O, pule

    . (4tt cour.-ej undereUnd that UIt: a ebH e.- 10 sl B...HJ home* for th<-m- lie
    fou oil at our, i1J {1J Hi draw him into the dieuwiooof of coinmerce and l"fJllr. notice poet ----- --
    nature of this note is strictly privates !'tol n-* in tbent r-oantry and tea
    <,'t arful the the political: kitUdtiou in Florida of the intention of baldiug ucu.
    If Mr. Jfciiuinjc! Jo < I may a, id that the t-euator ba
    and confidential. It would never do s-tateou which theSJO sasses
    ecrr
    : FUiCkr: Intercut wilt h*vet Ever a nutlet with which no man in tbe been fdvor4oljr d -!-()' fl toward toe meeting; and fur what poi> a.
    in tbe world to I let Brown'a "eubai-:! For th*,..' 'biD;!s thesbnuld *-- L'.ntlerIIn
    i ICI.d/ ditched and drained before he etatr u more fomiliir. Y E:", I am a !legislation adrocateJ by H*." there was twenty .lf* iDk-r'eonlbC

    , dized cre'i," The IMlevie New..- rmt t>e .bndemae4: but given
    , Ktt' last v,te c*lcbr through IheI'nitel candidate for United ntate senator, Vtry truly youris, between: the MU and the :!'ilb day"r

    fetter, get bold of it. It'.; bid to all r>- r Hiate s..tt-I.Ahn Butta mid )1 r. Call! "aalifl do Dot getfuore \YrF.L G03U'ER.'i, Feb., tin day: me )(4IIUOllIty

    thin all the other three have: your hands sinmed with the ed, th only thing for the (*of't- to do
    votea exe utivecoruuittte
    X.
    ; meet ) sue
    New I're, \0.4'" Federation
    of
    <:&n Ltbor.MR. .
    -- ----- caudl'lateiicombiliwl I shall iniee1) blood of your fellow man, but it is is torlettl l"gi-l{ itor to p-s I laa6t o I for J
    !; si'wted & uioe. el Dot tae g.\-

    i Nusr H.rnuo1 l (J"'UI1U{ hoe "" ,iulo Jlluttd. I tan just as deiajireeable: to me ato you, regulate the dfiirg of the+ sr ntle-- '
    ;, badly cJi""I' regret BRYAN iM FLORIDA. eruor is ordering pre tDct mt'rill1p,

    .r .j i K letter "* UriiU Ibal .)':!uator'I'aIia the i.rimary han bleu Met at nath a and these presents are to cite and adiiioniah men and their trusts and induce-lu I or in any other uy interferiug. with

    fw i. Use frlen.l of oriatmtJ labor. | --
    > that Brown must be to give us even better transportation
    Utejat to make it impOritlLiIe! for roe you time honored lefuoemk ciwtooi*.
    r. It I* ontof th<: ctrouij'til eauk yeti ; JI.,n. ,Willum Bryan, twice tbe
    to see Mil the pfople of the tale and killed, and rant if you don't kill him, and till lower rates so that tbjnx.rer! Toe only view that ran b* taken lOr

    i pUyed In the k'l4tori\1: cantpalgu.'ralup4'rrlrns. ( ; .- Candidate of the democratic party for I'll
    feel it
    dl-<;UM freely with them the jM.litkaltepeakiutr incumbent upon myself to people will t r till further henrbrrn. the matter i5 that the etlramlitrrrohiiway

    president, visas! Florida thus wtet: kill you bu h.-Jacksouville; Fturidi to. -West Palm Beach Tropical...
    I""u",. of the
    -- -- ._- primary, in a hurry and did aat care to fat:*
    and made a speech at Tallallasstetfore ---- ----- --

    Iat44r tJlil.l'r Wilkitjfcon Call ha I tbe heuator ttaid that! the tty&tem wan the students of the state college Governor Jennings and the Hire of President Eliot of Harvard says a full meeting of the dr ouaUc vot?M

    IIt"ut(1 l a card to the public |",atl|",n- all right, but that certain rule had and to small' audieccea at Live the Convict that the be..t students that co'ue to.. of his precinct, sod the proper way

    .. announced been wade by the ''few" fur for benefit to avoid such qunttobaMe:
    tranaacthou *
    tow hili JljlfllntfIlMI" Oak and Madison and on Tuesday Tallahassee, Fia., Feb. 15. 1904.\ the University are the graduates from

    theTliiiM-L'nlon from "' :\,. H to of the "few," and that under the m tbe future is far the
    In To the Editor lOUDly
    the Ocala
    night spoke to a large crowd iu Banner. the public oO'hooli.

    yf JJnclunlve. He i iv l-o'>ked to be In present rules the !s>Htem was having a Jacksonville.At! To show you that you were correct executive committee to d .,. the

    O"'$1 U on tbr S7 and. ... ihU ap|,,)lutment tendency.to ttardown that which be Jkckwinville in your statement about Governor place vacant until. meeting eau be
    ' Mr.
    Bryan aLOODe
    was met
    f I lit not inilodwi in hip Guru had labored for the past thirty years by the first Heart Club of Florid in Jennings! aud the state convicts:;, allow SKIN AND called by due notice irivis; everyvoter

    f withdrawn be riniy be -expected hereon to build up-the democratic (party iu a body. He was introduced by ex- me to call your attention to th a chance to be present and

    t that dale. Florida. "The Jriruaryall1t h now fact that the stale of Georgia last PURIFICATION name hb choice.
    Fletcher
    Mayor awl spoke on the
    -- being conducted the machine
    by politician DCJUM.RAT.
    October leased her victs ( much
    cou or a
    j 1I.: 'IoIuat"r Wilkinson{ 'all, wanwaAhi' "Moral Issue in 1'olitici"! and said he
    i is undemocratic
    !* o-uliuued
    Tampa yrrttrlay, U really In visited the state at his own invita better price Hun Florida. Will Not ba a CandidaU.

    earnest In bit C411.t\llAcy\ and I Iii l K 'l"" the the heuator, (or democracy nieaus Tne highest bidder paid $?54 per Cuticura Soap Ointment Mr. James M. lUreo of this city,
    people ruling democracy in FlorIda tion.The
    -
    ,
    year lor what be desired seine about bas been
    lit bin olds Timet'Uuiou tkiu urged to run for eomuii
    inGtan fight with ..nu ii ap : < of :Mr.Bryan' *
    U the of dethronement
    oil
    Vtrll: flU, more for each convict per year and Pills signer of agriculture and
    Um vlin MIIII' VI'"r. The "I.l was addrtsflai and that w one of the reasons that I
    urpriw" the !"IUticIiUIi when the I "So i1 eaker barf been listened to than Florida receives. received the most rJAtteriog *u-
    may want to again be elected to the 1'iiitedHtateH .
    votf4kre "uult.d.-Tam'a! Tribune. more attentively in Jacksonville thau Georgia convicts averaged about couragement from all *e tkKu of tbe

    .- -- that I am Ht'Il"te-that a candidate."in the reason wan Mr. Bryan last night, and none $225 per head which is about $,5 per Cleanse the Skin, Scalp state.

    have wjxjkeij ui el'x ueutly us he. head more than Florida receives. But Mr. Rirco is one of the must
    TilE BALANCE! and Blood
    The
    Heuutor alluded ft the ,,;rues
    Mr. Bryan was at hU beat! and he Both states convicts are leased to loyal and conscientious democrat m
    enacted in the Florida
    iu
    OF HEALTH legislature did not lack for applauie." i work in the same character of work. Florida, and he eon leads that the
    1807, and in connection with this
    We have not heard of the custom the democratic
    governor
    -- Of Torturing Disfiguring Hu party ba .11'
    incident his ,
    paid in
    respects no
    ( Jennings' Vote in Citrus. of
    Georgia bragging over it, as he bbl:.hrd in giving a sceuod term to

    uncertain linjfui: : to J. N. C. block- with Loss of Hair
    The Jacksonville :Metropolis: has knows it resulted from the improved mours uu official who has: fairly: deserved it,
    r lot, to whom he red that he
    owes interviewed
    a Jennings advocate who business interests of the is ,
    "1, country. i good one, and, as Mr. MrLin
    his defeat or rather hu failure of puts Citrus down in the column for
    .tt.tl: Methodism. record has been an .
    election. "I have long since forgiven his favorite. \Ve have just interview COMPLETE TREATMENT SI.OO exorptiouaily

    _" .J ttf the W eil staunch friend of Mr. \Ve purpose III a short time to prepare one, Mr. B.lrcofill not ooly not run
    "
    : John, bald the senator, "but the incident Jenningswho
    {it familiar with the or collate or both, a series of against him tut wilt curd Uy
    Coultyaud support
    if- Is often very much had: its ellect just the same, for Thousands of the world's best people
    U against the wife. to use his own language na}'s he I b for short articles on Methodism. For him for re- rl tiOQ.
    it forever killed his l have found Instant relief and speedy
    l$ Her strength is un- political: chances "Jeuninirs lint, l.set and all the time "
    We feel
    lotes iu Florida." this purpose we have secured some cure by the use of Cnticora: Soap, Oint tbat goad d."* teaU over
    lernuued, she alllillut..th., governor's vote in
    flesh and her energy Citrusat and hope to secureother contributions ment and Pills in the most torturing the state will aeceget Mr. Brco'e
    ICO view
    Tune and the
    to have been voting
    seems exceedingly of
    strength the
    aol leak from her. and disfiguring of itching, burning and
    courage slowly away of hb
    sf county is OK'+ .-0ula ilanner.f from come of our ablest writers. Our duty along this line and will
    Gradually the comraileihip of husband kind to the veteran judiliciau{ scaly humours, eczemas, rashes, itch

    and \\ Il,' is uokon up. At first he takes lie The edtior of he Democrat is well object i 111 to promote loyalty rather hiss and inflammations.Thousands applaud'htoi: for bin 8 &iob.
    r
    the
    uhUir pleasures reluctantly, but a.s i* enjoying very teat o .
    rii-' f> > ---
    remember the acquainted with the than provoke controvt'rsy.Y desire! of tired, fretted mothers, --
    \Liter he hardly seems to health, and look little if any older political biiua-
    on.i which Lip wife in herenLueita of skin-tortured and disfigured babies Bryan Hits Back.
    old day. thou in Citrus to assist as far as possible in encouraging
    t_ ". mourns doily.1Vomeu Ulan he did ten or fifteen years ago. county, anti knoB, as of all ages and conditions have certified The New York World .
    s* "EvtuMr.
    : who find their health failing, All! through the day he was kept a matter :
    .
    remedies when the best medical Bryua'a
    European
    and noiiMiih Ailments f .teumg on them, chances for While weare i roid enough in the Cuticnra tour bu not J
    } should promptlv! begin the use of Dr. ygreeting; old friends, of whoahe fettling a pectable vole skill had failed to relieve mach cured him of his
    haunting tear
    of
    i Vierce's!, Favorite: Prescription It corn has mluy.Wt'l't Palm lieachTropical in Citruscouaty are very blim. Thevote catholicity our brotherly feelings less cure.Cutlccra. rite
    dries the whichweaken Treatment is local and constitutional gold bug. There id one thin to be
    ,' ,
    is irregularity, iu that to all evangelical churches to bid ? I
    women, heaU inflammation andulci :Sun.Svnator county will be about SilO), complete and perfect said of our 1

    'tationandcures lenwlc weak ness. It and of this number Jennings them God speed in their work of ii ttpore, sweet and wholesome. Bathe the 'money chaogei, against
    willreceive
    Call \\'illlle in Ocala !Saturday Cntlcara whom Mr.
    affected surfaces with
    malL,. weak women sarong, sick women Soap Bryan inveighs : They do t
    s m.t lug a lost world to Christ, and are
    more than ;. and to cleanse the skin of
    r hot water
    > votes.
    iu\'ited to consult February ::7.
    \ 11, Sick women are not give
    \f oOceuui
    1 at variance with crusts and scales and soften the thick you for Ii dollar a*
    pr iHerce b>' letter, free. All correspondence Nearly all the former Jennings totally sectarianbigotry
    MipIorters ened cuticle without hard he tri du "
    and dry robbing, > do. If
    private we
    held as strictly are to
    ; confidential Address Dr. R. V. The hunt for oflke in Slarion county iu that county are for 'falla. or ecclesiastical exclusiveness: and apply Coticura Ointment freely to the adept

    1 t f( Mcredly tierce, Buffalo, N. Y. is tot very tareuuous. Up to date ferro, and the race iu that county is yet we believe intensely in denorninationalism. allay itching, irritation and inflammation statements made by the New i
    1 I and soothe and heal and lastly{ York World's
    female'wrgknrM news columns :
    from
    -
    tuflcrrr fur
    "I hl orrn r RTrit antes Mrs. Emma only one announcement has been between Stockton and Tnlidferro. take Cuticnra Resolvent Pills to cool ;
    : for ahout two years" j
    l iI $ KkhirJwo. of Care, w."ne Co., Kv. Coul4 made for member of the Live Oak D l1JOI'rl&t. We are also constrained to believe and cleanse the blood and pat every instance in the ship building trust
    1 1 not do my work part of the lime. I took four legislaturethree function in a state of healthy activity aflair, there .
    I ttatltecoTDr, lltivx'. Favorite Hncnptton and that Methodi folks need werauiany prop who
    'j"t: ltd. I have also used Dr. for sheriir and one for Huperiu- generally More great cores of simple, scrofulous
    well I cvrr
    \ .; felt Pierce'. a. (MJca M. M lieat Ui.covery for ulceratioa Kidney complaint kills more Ilt'ollethan encouragement and exhortation on and hereditary hamoors are daily made would be very glad to receive 50 cent {

    : of the throat with gnxi results and half teudeut of public instruction. XO any other disease. This less by Cuticnra remedies than by all other for every dollar I

    4l t is of tcarccly one tiotll awanuw cured* my throat when I wuld one, it seems, wants to be clerk of the to the disease being H insidious that that line. This is our apology for blood and skin remedies combined, a the they had confided to i

    1 4'.. The Teople1 Common Sense Medical of court, judge of the county court or it geUa good hold on the system before making( the announcement above, single most set being distressing often sufficient cases when to corethe all -Tbe care of those "money changer."

    f r Adri er,for 1018 mailing pages,oNly free, on Send receipt si one- any of the other various ollices. Ibis it is recognized Foley's Kidney and for the effort WA shall put forth else fails. Commoner.

    cent Ump stamps for the paper-covered book, indicates a healthy condition of af- .' Cure "'iIlIreveut the development of to secure such articles as will not only loa fiord form thnnclumt at Ctuxoiitt the ec..41'Wo.Iea world. Cntmn KtMtmt.ofeoa.JOe. The AtlanU Journal says that
    cloth-bound volume I fatal disease i if taken Ointment,&eMtp.de.: Dtpott i London. 'J.'T CKirluhoue -
    or 31 stamps for the iu time. Postffice lie read, but really helpful to our *},t I'ana.J Bo do.ftai Batons IS: Coliunbu money makes the war
    to Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y. airs in this county. j J Drug Store. A... Potter Drat and CII......Cap; ..I bole Prop.*. go and war 1
    m readers.-Florida Christian Advocate 04-bud tat"6 ku ud Blood Pariiatioa." makes the
    money go. Sure!
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    SENATOR;. HflNHfl'S FIGHT j 1530. ne was elected chairman of f 1

    the national Republican executive FLORIDA F 1 LIMITED IS TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

    FOR LIFE IS ENDED. : committee in 1896 and held that posi

    tion at the time of his death. He was Buzzards locate the dead body of a

    .- I appointed to the United States, senate WRECKED AT BOLTON negro: near Gaffney S. C. The negro a'e r

    by Governor Bushnell March S. 1837! had been missing several weeks. It .

    .Oistinfuished Republican Leader I to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement develops that the negro with several

    Died at 6:40 1 of Hon. John Sherman who Coaches Were Derailed and of his companions, was drunk ant?

    p. m. resigned to accept the position of sec they used knives on each ot1 er.

    \Vaihiuit, (hVb. 16.- l"lIator Marcu i retary of state In President McKin" Tumbled Into Ditch. Hon. Reuben Kolb, candidate for

    Alonzo Htaimiliwl at6:40: o'clock loses cabinet. He took his seat on the presidency of the Alabama rail- /
    I March 42 PASSENGERS ARS! INJURED.
    5.
    1897.
    In January. 1898. he road commission writes an open letter
    thU nt the
    t"Vt'lIlalt family uparimrntsin t was elected for the short term ending to the voters, stating that he favors 1

    Arlington Hotel, after au ill. March 3, 1899, and also for the Wreck Is Supposed" : To Have Been a reduction 0: freight rates. .1

    / eras rxiriidiug over ue
    mouth*, rtllwl with vppiivutivnvpr- service-. wmld have ended arch i J.; Engine.-Train Had: Narrow Escape of Judge Swayne, at Pensaco-
    190 la FU., yesterdaywas more favorable
    |-., foU.i-! by rt'l/A. yes ami tinillydririiu from Plunging Into River. to the judge than that of any
    r ".
    :( into tytuoiii fever, which iu Atlanta Feb. 17.-The Cnicago and previous day.Alabama rra

    hn weakeiie-1' condition! he wm unable The last u-v>llgihle! words spoken by Florida limited of the Western and Live Stock association ian

    to withstand Wheu the end Senator Hanna were patehtic in his Atlantic railroad, due in Atlanta at annual session at Montgomery.

    attempt to maintain to the last the 10.12 a. m., was wrecked at Bolton Prominent cotton mill men of the
    came all the members:: of the squalor's south called it the White House anal
    humor which was characteristic of his b miles from Atlanta Tuesday mottling

    family were iu the.room except Mrs. life. On yesterday morning he moved the entire train turning over and injuring thanked the president and Secretary t

    Hnu, the senator wife, and Mr. his head' slightly and his eyes so it is reported, 42 passengers.The Hay for the part they have taken in .
    promoting th3 door in Maachuria
    aDd Mrs D.tu HI1I1UI1, Irl. Hanna rolled a little to the right and then wreck is supposed to have been open !
    and the rest ct China.
    to the left The nurse in close attendance caused by a broken wheel on the ten
    bd l leu the ru.ui only a few uiiuuieabe Because he believes that he was
    anticipated his want and d er. The train had a narrow escape *

    fur bending to the patient's ear asked if from falling 150 feet I Into the Chatta- elected by fraud Mr. Shafroth, of Colorado ALL HANDS AND THE COOK
    has voluntarily relinquished! his
    he was looking for his handkerchief. boocaee river, as the cars left the
    seat as a member of the house of
    "I think my wife has my handkerchief Hack 100 yards from the river tres ro.notAtivw rep APPRECIATE

    Sketch of ," the senator whispered.At tie.
    Senator Hanna MISSION IS SAP'S.: Nsture's Gifufrom the Satiny

    Marcus Alonzo Hanna was born In about 11 o'clock yesterday the Ex-Councilman John Welsh, engineer -- .

    New Lisbon (now Lisbon), Columbi- senator became unconscious and thereafter in charge of the train, and Captain Southern Presbyterian Church Re-

    ana county, Ohio Sept. 21, 1837; removed though the physicians and members Dick Hargis was the conductor. ceivss j1e
    Encouraging Cablegram. 0u ,
    with his father's family to of the family strained every nerveto The engine was derailed and the Nashville! Tenn., Feb. 17.-A cablegram i

    Cleveland in 185%. He was educated detect a return of recognition the cars were overturned and it is thought was received this morning by

    in the common schools of that city senator did not speak a word that that many of the passengers were In tIle foreign mission board of the Southern Shorbs{ your food-Ldftkus
    sad !in the Western Reserve collegeat could be understood nor did he appearto jured.It) w
    Hudson, O. lie know wl.2t wa1' going on about is not known what Presbyterian church announcingthe because it makes healthful and delicious food. As a frying and shortening
    :: was engaged as caused the en-
    safety of the mission in Korea. medium it hu no equal It is far superior to lard or coolticc butter.
    an employe in the wholesale grocery him. Sine and the cars to leave the track. Tile message is from Secretary Bull, Cottolene is healthful because it is a product cf nakit, being made cf

    house of Haana, Garretson & Co., his Occasionally! he mumbled a few !hit train was said to have been run and is dated at Kunsa. refined vegetable oil and choice beef suet. We guarantee the purity.

    father being the senior member of sounds, but nothing could be madeof ning at a high rate of speed at the There are 17" missionaries CottoUna is also a clean product: ; the fact that it camas. in securely
    in
    the
    the firm. them and his little pleasantlywere time the wreck occurred. staled tin pails insures this. Bulk lard,on the other hand is open to re-
    Korean field and the cablegram cine all the
    says dust and odors imaginable.
    Senator Hanna's father died in 1862 the last words spoken. It is said that all of the passenger
    they are undisturbed. Cottolene-cooked food is more digestible than food made from beg
    and he represented that interest in Death Mask Taken. coaches were crowded with passen lard. It makes food rich'but not greasy-food which any stomach can

    the firm until 1SG7, when the businesswaa When it was known there was no !';ers. It is feared that many were Fatal I Fall of Wall. digest If purity, healthfulness, cleanliness and economy appeal to you
    closed up. Be then became a Injured. New York Feb. 16.-Three men ask. your grocer for Cottolene.

    chance for recovery arrangementswere A wrecking train has gone to the were killed in a fall of a wall of a USE ft L SS. Cottolene being richer than either lard or cocking
    made to have a death mask tak- butter, one-third less is required.
    icena. building in the course of the construction -
    en by U. S. J. Dunbar. The cast wille FREE wend us a So stamp to pay postage and well man you eopy of our book.
    A nejro: porter in the dining car on East Twenty-first street to Home Helps edited by Mrs. Rorer which contains :SOO choice nope
    perfect ana strange as it may seem .
    will show the face in its usual fullI I and two passengers are known to have day the ,victims who were masons at Made only by THE N. K.FA1RBANK COMPANY Dept. 502 Qucuo. 9

    been ,hurt in the dining car. work on the cornice work being pre
    ness. The senator's face shows lit
    cipitated 13 stories to the bottof of
    tle emaciation and owing to the constant -
    CRESCENT CITY GAY. the sub-cellar.
    use o* oxygen had taken on We will sell for the

    what appeared to be a coat of tan
    New Orleans Continues Celebration
    which gave it a life-like appearance.
    rne senator passed the Gay practically Carnival of 1904. Vratceetanat. Next Thirty Days.

    New Orleans, Feb. 17.-Filled with -
    -
    without nourishment of any kind, - -
    rn E.BIGGS,
    being too weak to retain it. The the spirit of the occasion New Orleans -

    ' J household hail become resigned to the continued today its celebration of the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. "

    : inevitable outcome and sally/ awaitedthe carnival of 1904. (Office in Gary-Anew Block.) THE FAMOUS 'SILVER NEGLIGEE SHIRT.

    final summons. Elmer Dover, Morning trains brought from tn"e OCALA I FLORIDA.

    the senator's secretary wh'en he left surrounding country large! accessions

    the pick room at 5:30:: o'clock said to the throngs of strangers gathered U D. Ft"LLER.: = Which sells the world over for $i at 63 cents.

    there was then a perceptible decreaseof to witness the parades and participate DENTIST. r

    strength: over: the hour before and in the social festivities. Light clouds Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank.Ocala.Fla. All New Patterns and Styles.

    that life was fading very fast. Thepatient's : huns in the heavens but here was

    MARCUS A. U.S\A. pulse was so faint that it an absence of rain and the weatherwas J M. THOMPSON.PIITSICIAX.

    member or the nrm ol KMdts & Co., could not be detected at all at the pleasant. Promiscuous maskers AND SCRGEO0 \. THE CHAMBERS

    anj engaged in the iron and coal wrist and the heart barely fluttered. aftorded abundant amusenvnt to visitor >bce over Teapot Grocery,Opp,Montezuma.OCAL. SHOE Go
    \ i.;jsiness. At the expiration of tea .'\. FLA.
    Shortly before G o'clock word came and native alike and the street;

    lears the titled of this firm was from the p'tik room that the sick man were tilled with animated crowds. SPEXCER. OCALA FLA.

    changed to M. A. Hanna & Co., and it was "simply wasting away.:' At 6:30:: Rerode through the streets at the EDWIN _
    still exlsts.r .
    e o'clock there was a severe sinking head of a magnificent pageant chop ATTORNEY-AT-LA,

    He has -teen identified with lake spell. Dr. Osier realized that dissolution lUg fr r his subject "In the Realm of OCALA. 7-S-y FLORIDA SPECIAL

    carrying business being interested in was at hand and he Hurriedly irnagnation.." The theme was picturescuieiy S0LE SEWING MACHINES.
    K. CHASE
    vessels on the lakes,, and in the con8'ni"tnn J _
    summoned the family. The end is and beautifully handled m

    of ouch vessels. He was very near." he said to them. 22 cars. Mr. Fraak II. llayne, the DENTIST

    president of the Union National bank Sorrowfully they passed inU the cotton king changed his title for the OCALA FLApARLOS We hate a large number of Sewing Machine that hate been

    of Cleveland: president of the Cleve chamber: just before: life flickered out day and impersonated: the merry monarch ..*ed-some hut little-that we wit> clo-.e out at Kurgain 1'rfeew. }
    land I L. SISTRUNK.ATTORNEVATLAW.. Tne.e machine hate been
    City Railway thoroughly
    company; a director ; oicrbanled
    Around the bedside were ranged Mr. cf Mardi Gras. Tonight he will perienced workmen by ex ;
    and all
    of the Union worn parts replaced and
    Pacific in 1SS5 by appointment and Mrs. McCormick Mr. and airs I choose his queen at his annual ball good!. new for *er -ice. Kach machine in adjusted tried made apt

    of President Cleveland; Parsons Miss Phelps H. 31. Hannaand at the Washington Artillery hall. The Room 4, Masonic Building, Ocala. Fla. 5821LcIJER ;guaranteed to do perfect work before it leases our! ,lore. and('au
    was a delegate to the national Republican Elmer Dover the secretary to night program includes also t"Se be *eeu and tried if dexired.
    convention in 1871. iSSS and pa- } and 11A CIA } We will *ell thes e lIIu''hu'Ii"r low )
    the senator: ; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hanna gent of the Krewe of Comus and trie ) for ('a"b. Price run
    from S1 UO to Sia 00. and each i
    a bargain at the
    ---- --- had gone for Mrs. Hanna when deathcame. ball Gf that price.
    society at the French
    opera "'to
    r are agent* for the celebrated )ew Home"and
    Besides them were Drs. Osier house. A Wilson"! Dewing Jlat'lJiIlt'-wUIt, "Wheeler
    ; or without bntton-hole '
    r and Carter and two trained nurses. Inquiry at the sanitarium! today disclosed tachuient.Graphophoiuv. at.

    For ten minutes life ebbed slowly and the fact of a slight improvement and recordA tiraphophone 0 Kecord

    finally at precisely 6:40 o'clock the in the condition of Hewitt Chapman "for 85.OO.: Furniture and llon'e 'lIrllh.hillJ Goody at*

    senator breathed his last. one of the Proteus maskers who .SMITH. .Special attention to mail order.
    tt FUNERAL
    t ti .;y? fell from the knighthood float in 1anight's Ocala. Furniture
    Company.
    i FUNERAL OF HANNA. parade and was perhaps fatally DIRECTORS.

    inJur d.! Mr. Chapman is a native -. -. -- ---.--
    f Preparations for Same Being Made of Bowling Green, Ky., and one of the t ----
    f Body to Lie In State. I most >nrominent sugar planters and

    ,, \\ ashington, Feb. 17.PresidentRnse'elt : club men In the state.Carnival Have a full stack of Coffins.:: CVkets
    ,1
    ..-i i 4 ii A has decided not to so to and Burial Outfits.:, Special given to

    at Mobile i "11 I HI\jU-.

    Mobile, Ala., Feb. 17.-The last and
    Cleveland to attend the funeral of the Order
    to
    principal day of the carnival celebration Embalming /
    late Senator Hanna. lie will, fcow- // Dyspeptics
    I JawneJ with overcastes ever attend the services at the capitol -
    conditions were otherwise tavorablf l r,' ate iaaZa every day tANDlQHJG tacit man e3tdeFS
    w
    tommorw. The president's decision
    tor the parades of the several mystic / nets. Cam that eaea of eomtipesiea tithe it
    was reached today after a contereace '
    societies. Trains and boats last night I beetmee ehroaie. Take
    with H.[ 1;. Hanna. r' t
    ; Arrangements for the funeral here and today brought thousands of! visitors ION'S R PILLS 1
    and the crowds are tae largestever in] ,
    i
    and In Cleveland are being completed
    today. here. The afternoon parade was f; Fcl.LIris ij i' 5
    large and quite artistic. Thp principal +
    The special train bearing the remains 'e only remedies which assist Nature tad do not get in der'i
    parades will be tOnight, however
    of the dead senator will leavehere when the Infant Deserve your confiience. I; } 1 tay. Po' ful Eur a ivcs gripe, pas and snake eontir .d j /
    Mystics and Order )
    tomorrow evening a.t' 7 o'clock, ;: They have never ; ; do g4 kera, g.nca'a Reiner ea a t gentl7 and inane hMspetem
    of Myths will appear, to be followed a
    Don't forget the old man and will arrhe in Cleveland between by brilliant balls. y t.:1-rv,90 ty all t fail dealers nowSoU cat in epecdent of dmg For .ale by eE d: .ra '

    10 and 11 o'clock Thursday morning. J904 Seed Annual Yom C uggrat i-1 luraiah a tee az s cr .e wii r t f
    with the fish on his back. ---- '
    The train will be met at the borders C !2a.1.free.
    For nearly thirty years lu- of the state by Governor Herrick, I SWEPT BY BLIZZARD. 0. ii.i.caRY8CO.T1 Brown Mfg. Ce. r

    has been traveling around the who will leave at once in advance of 1
    New Ycrk %
    Furious W.rd and SnowVisits Caps
    tha funeral party and who will acco* -
    world and is still traveling
    \ Cod Section: and Oren vfle.
    i pany !it to Cleveland. .
    \; bringing health and comfort Proviocetown. Mass., Feb. 17.- .
    The body will lie in state Thursdayat '
    wherever he enure Cape Cod section was swept: /
    goes. th earmory of the Cleveland Grays. ;
    a furious blizzard yesterday and 1 LUl ,;:
    To the consumptive he The funeral will be Held on Friday night, the worst since November l8 4.t'1vJ'->" "f 'i.:.l 1 fUll ,
    '
    brings the strength and flesh at a time not yet fixed in St. Paul's Traffic on land and safer was sof -.::::;. \ tJ
    Episcopal church. The service x ..... '. .,:J 1l..-
    he so much needs. ousiy impeded Several trains on the Y- 'tL. 96 !
    be conducted by Bishop Leonard, ()
    t New York New haven and Hartford -
    To all weak and sickly
    the diocese of Northern Ohio, and \
    were working out of the snow today. l'fhTOIT'J; IHUT STOUJ., OCJL.4FILt.. ,
    'I'Iu
    children he gives rich and his assistant. /<_-......'..
    Passengers sept the time in tie can "'' 'A '

    I sircngtheninglood. with nothing to east last night $A o -w -
    MASON ON HANNA'S DEATH. .
    To thin and pale persons 'J' ., .;- ", 01.,1
    Captured nTignt OT Way. .,.. .V ,
    _- '_ i' ; -
    te gives new firnf flesh and His Demise a National Loss Says Illinois Riverside, Cal., Feb. 16.-The San .:.. r it. ;'-" l'" : ,:/

    rich red blood. Senator.Denver Pedro railroad has affected an entrance i21 i ( -- : _-.I r: -LA-1F I

    Children who \first saw the Feb. 17.-Former United' into Riverside by capturing a t i li;:' -

    States Senator William E. Mason, of section of the right of way which has l! yt! t qmen Uf v; U aveatabiedragon of Ill-health
    old feh Ii leaves In its
    man with the are now Illinois, who is visiting in Denver, been in dispute. Three hundred 90C .t \ ". dJ ::s ( more physical! wrecks than probably &::1 other one path dia-

    grown up anc \ children had the following to say concerning were stationed along the road and at .;;!.. ,f, w Y eaaepeculiartoAmericans.WHY? Simply because upon the first Indication

    of their own. ftHe the death of Senator Hanna: 1 o'clock in the morning at a given "#1.I quinine of the ,malady or tbat the deadly system! mineral Is -usually calomel.scourged with

    standsor SccI"5 Emu His death is a national loss. For signal they set to work laying rails.; /ft'lXPRI L1-.- lleCe.i Don't arviThir Da It.. It's D..ni.rous. It lint at all
    Ia many years to come we will see the At daylight the rails had been laid Wepo..l.Uvel1cuaranteol

    4. fcwn of pure od Ii\fter oildcl work of Senator Hanna. Every one to their passenger station at Seventh PRmIIJCHiS. l HERBINE

    htful fid and natural who ever knew him at all intimately and Vine streets. There area number I to rnnn&lid PDJUnm.1'ecu _,t..... ofI&11L

    tLtlc for chiren old foil s knew that ha had lost a friend. To of injunctions in force along Vine Bl- and plmy.herbo.I.c&romeI-oooe Hu aU ik.nto.aof q.ww.nr.
    for COM'PANY51j of ell M c1eadJ., ..,..oca. Ie
    ant for all 10 lesh a nd my mind, Senator Hanna was the street and a long legal battle has E. 8 -50G-"r all n.er NUl.kidney: All and-1B8da DruU1sts.koublta.
    need l peace-maker in official circles and been promised. The railroad now has
    '
    Rrength.t many a trouble has he averted by his 'ossesion, and what coursi the obetors and 519 W. Bay fit

    mists, constant kindness and his acts in advancing will make is problematical
    4&&T
    p Street Che ewYo rbOc.arj Jacksonville, fIat
    harmony.
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    1-ri ftAGE TEN THE OCALA BANNER

    .

    "Paul!" she cried. "Paul Rogers He i J Jt ;
    ( Oln the was a soldier, glr. He fired his first [ .,

    shot for his country along this very t
    Road to road-here and at Lexington lIe helped -
    to drive the British murderers backto

    Boston and has not laid down his w
    A Story of Concord
    rifle since by day or night"She l e;
    Wu1unEtoi }
    paused a moment to control her

    " By emotion, andthen she continued; ; .
    EDGAR
    WELTON COOLEY "But he came home to see his mother j

    -his mother who is dying in the cot-

    :- Copyright. ao.&. by Edgar Weltcn Cooler tage where you see the light down [
    road that led to Concord there in the valley. And the soldiers Y Il l I

    THE as covered with a thin coat. came, sir, and took him-away, and he a c. k : .r4snl a pi yit I
    , r of snow, through which a Is-and he is to die as a deserter."
    ,: woman walked slowly with | "And you?" he asked."I to f

    Mowed head. The woman was young, was to have been his wife when i none the :
    not over eighteen, but her features the war Is over,"jhe answered meekly it seems to

    were drawn with lines of sorrow. Be-1 I The officer's face grew grave, but he the time of ;

    low the fringe of her shawl( showed a !! did not reply. Drawing his greatcoat cherry tree

    ! basket woven of coarse hewn hickory i' more closely about him, for the night '

    1 .I strips, from which came the savory I! wind was rising and the nir was growing still a
    i fragrance of tea cakes and brown i* chilly, he took the basket from the Paul Lt' ''

    bread and wild grape butter I girl's arm. romping
    i "lie is to die!! she kept repeating tog "Shall we not go down to the cottage "; '" and more'
    i herself. "lIe is to die-to die as a ?'' he said. "I should like to see :<: '- ,, +% 7ry lowed. As

    coward! Oh, Paul. Paul, my dear one, I' this boy's mother." ?; rt ington was
    t ... I| The girl made no response, but:, again '.i-:7 enamored
    ,
    "
    beloved"In turning a bend of the ; placing the shawl over her head, she );: whom he
    j % >. .
    .0l ;
    ! paused suddenly and I walked beside him over the untroddensnow. '. glowing

    ! drew back half At the door she paused ,v,'I'"; to his
    I startled, for a I' "She does not know," she whispered. / eor
    man was sitting : The soldier nodded his head, and they ;., but whose

    upon a log by passed into a room where an aged woman tity his ;
    the roadside He : lay in the dim light of a tallow pliers have ;

    I, wore the unij j dip. ,(," .' ed to tf
    When she saw the officer standing beside < .v" ... .., .,. His youthful
    form of an officer > "... /"k..... :;y.;.+. "
    in the Continental [ the bed the sick one gave a sud '" y a 1a7 t itI" dor was so

    : den sob. that on
    T He was army.not II "Paul Paul!! she cried. occasions

    r5 Ct o aware of her "Nay, my good woman" the soldier << I broke into
    I presence, for he 'I replied, taking one of her thin, trembling j- 1 etry, of
    did not turn his j I hands in both of his, "I am not I" she was

    p t f head nor even j Paul!, but I am Paul's friend." subject
    f i' raise his eyes !! The woman smiled proudly ; does not 1to \\
    t ? but sat motionless I! "Aye, Paul is a brave boy," she said :' I have
    'i inmeditations t f "a brave boy and a good and dutiful wholly
    wrapped I
    son. It is because there are so many ble to

    his greatcoat, j. boys in the army, sir, who are good and _ : 1 ((1 charms of I
    1 thrown back true and brave, like Paul, that God will ? hE :mss maidens,

    his shoul bless us and General Washington will this same '
    upon
    I be able to lead our forces to victory. od he {

    I+ ders.And his Courteously, yet tenderly, the officer an affecting
    upon I raised the aged woman's emaciated f i of the
    forceful, resolute 5 I IL IL
    hand to his lips and kisiIt.. by name.
    featuresthe
    _,
    I "It is the brave boys in the field," I After his
    girl saw !
    such deep lines he said-"the brave boys whose patriotism ,'" IiI; ,
    I sustains them even though they + : Fr' -T rv! Lawrence
    of sorrow, such '
    'm,: is TO DIE!" have not food to them ,, .. .
    indelible marks I or clothing keep i : ? wrote to
    warm and the loyal, Christian, self had hurried i
    cf anguish and pity and compassion, I ; :
    i that she shivered.As denying women at home who will win ': f I purpose of

    her shadow swept across his line I the victory that must surely come. To li 1 "d Lv ter, Betty,
    -
    them more than to General Washing. '. revocation
    cf vision the officer leaped to his feet I J
    and placed his hand upon his sword. I ton should be the honor and the glory" + 'F I tence."
    Then he beheld the slim young woman I "Xay, nay," the woman made haste n I I After his

    standing beside him, her large dark I t to answer. "Upon General Washing f leg in the

    eyes, all shining wet with tears, search- ton lies the entire crushing responsibility debut of W
    log his face anxiously, and l he lifted his I of the success of the conflict To THE ATHENAEUM PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON BY GILBERT STUAKl hero he

    hat from his powdered wig and bowed I him the country looks for guidance in the favor of
    this hour of darkness. Hunger and -- -- the
    contrary
    courteously" I --- --- -- -
    "You are ill, sir?" she asked. "You : cold-what are they, sir, compared to Down where the parlor organ groansThey're Stuart's Portraits if he did
    the anguish that must at times be
    are suffering I His jeering now a.t me ; pearance at
    "No my child," he replied, a deep I Sympathy And Sh.-S"e'a holding hands with I Of WashingtonThe go in
    tenderness In his voice. "It Is not I see if
    I who suffers; It is my country-my poor, i For George Jenes- identical '

    I poor country!r I I sympathize with thee.IT "Stuart head" of Washington in to defend bi

    ! "Our country," the woman corrected (A* Expressed bjr a. Boarder; the Boston Athenaeum is regarded as In 1756 a."I

    I him. "Our country. May God bless the standard portrait of the great pa New York

    our country!r I ,a,, By JOE LINCOLN t 1 cd 1 1 triot. From It nearly a hundred copies had married
    i -
    I. For several moments the with ter of
    man, j! I were made by Gilbert Stuart himself,
    I both bands clasping his hat in front of !I while innumerable replicas of it, some largest
    Mm. the woman with her shawl thrown j Copyright 1904. by Joe Lincoln of which pass Here he

    back upon her shoulders and a wealthof II I 4 WASHINGTON, great Father now as Stuarts, girl of '
    chestnut hair falling about her neck, GEORGE have been paint. 1" visits, they

    stood silently with bowed heads. I Iffi I've read the story dire ed by lesser art him to her i
    "General Washington-we all love I F.li ists. It is also argent
    him," she said. "We who because of I Of how :you froze at Valley Forge $ 1 i the source of I gave her

    our sex must remain at home and in With little warmth or fire. the most popular fi Roger

    secret cry our hearts out over our coun- I My lodging are not fine or grandThey're .i engravingsof I made the
    try's woes-we have the faith in God Washingtonand q lli I '
    four flights up. you see- ,}
    and the confidence In General Wash has been It'{ his wife
    I'm 0 something for them, and I
    ington to believe that our small but officially indorsed /' It was in

    brave army will drive the enemy from I I sympathize with (hee.I 1 by the Unit'f. 1fted ington was
    our shores, sir. And at candlelight, be- Ii States government .; 'Cf'f-% i to consult
    aide our beds, we bend our knees and i i \ know just how you felt great man; which ,7 p"I tl' ;z I his health,

    ask the blessing of our Father upon I j There'll be no heat for me. uses it on the r %?:; Dandridge
    General Washington and the Continental I j '. rMi wealthy
    ..11 freeze until I pay my billI two cent stamp. /. 'r'
    i /
    army. i sympathize with thee. I This portrait / ./.j.. twenty-six
    The officer raised his face to that of ?-1 I was Stuart's '
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    the woman. In his weary, melancholy GILBERT STCABT.third seven
    BE PRESSED THE SUFFERER'S FINGERS TO attemptto
    eyes a great and newborn peace seemed I urged his

    to shine. I i HIS LIPS.Washington's \\LhJ: reproduce the features of his illus- impetuosity
    trious The first
    patron. portrait was
    I ? I think we should all
    "Oh the he said "the
    women mothers i he had
    1795.
    in Stuart dissatisfied
    I painted was so -
    be
    and daughters and sisters and glad that we have sons to give to ,
    with it that he January, l
    '" ultimately de-
    our country in this time of nevd.
    'sweethearts-the dear Ii
    good women, II i Custis.
    troyed it, though it was consideredby :!
    i i "True, the other said, "but what I
    the
    noble brave
    grand loyal women"! Ij I Very
    could others so excellent a likeness that
    "Do you know General Washington;; Washington accomplish withoutthe j I & ">Et'h"Fun MI>E. Lord Lansdowne commissioned Stuartto Mrs. $
    assistance, the devotion, the sacri-
    sir? she asked
    eagerly, bending; slightly
    forward and laying her hand; Hxhtly flees, of the volunteer soldiers and the Oh hard is misplaced trust. great paint him a full length portrait of

    upon his arm. The other hesitated. prayers of the loyal God fearing women I sire Washington, which he took to England.
    '
    r l r' Shortly after this Washington himself
    at home? "
    "Yes, my child,* he replied at length."I I I owe her maL a "V
    i Again he pressed the sufferer's fingers asked Stuart to paint his portrait as
    know him quite as well as any one And so She smirks at cheap young I
    well as that of Mrs. Washington.
    I to his lips and then abruptly turned I
    to
    venture
    say. I! clerkssympathize- Stuart, driven by the press of visitors
    and walked to the door. The younger -
    "The-n-then"- choked and bowed I with thee. from his home in Philadelphia to a
    her head, and the tears dropped si woman followed. him beyond the
    c'
    lently. threshold. : I 'I country retreat in Germantown, transformed -
    i 1 his barn into a painting room,
    "Ito you think, sir, she faltered
    The officer removed a glove and laid
    Father George I'm moping here and it was there that Washington sat
    "if
    hand tenderly her hair. I -if I rhould see General Washing YES
    a
    upon i ton that-that"- 1'i but your "Life" to rea.d., for the so called Athenaeum portrait c

    I "My child," he said, not unkindly. While down below they laugh and sneer Stuart, with Washington's consent, retained -

    j "General Washington is about to start Nor give me little heed. the original of this picture and
    i i upon a long Journey. All night long he the Martha Washington head, making
    will be on the march, and by daybreakhe copies for Mount Vernon, the where-
    r will IK many, many miles from i abouts of which are not now known.It .
    j
    ..CI here." was in 1704 that Mr. Stuart first

    1 For a brief instant he paused, and I w. met General Washington, and from
    'I then with stately courtesy, be uncovered that time he devoted his brush almost

    his head and bowing low, kissed entirely to his illustrious patron. The
    t 'iY the tips of the girl's fingers, then released I number of portraits of Washingtonwhich
    ? her hand and strode away in the l he made is not known. He left
    darkness. I'LL FREEZE UNTIL I PAY MY BILL. a list of thirty-nine portraits which he

    Scarcely an hour had passed when a had been commissioned to paint for
    familiar step was heard upon the path YOUR food, they say wa poor and admirers of the president at home and

    leading to the door of the cottage; and bad I abroad but he also painted five full

    Paul Rogers burst into the room. The quantity was small ; I IIl length Washington and twenty othersof
    With a glad cry the girl threw her. E different sizes, the proceeds of the
    L self into his arms. He kissed her fondly The luxuries were few you bad- l sale of which he invested In an estatein
    In fact, you'd a.t all.
    none Pennsylvania.
    and pressed a letter into her band,
    then knelt beside the bed and took his My tea is weak, my steak is touch The originals of Washington and

    II I mother's head in his arms and petted The milk is pale and blue Mrs. Washington were sold after the M ABT '

    I I her cheeks while she laughed feebly. And. worst of all, there's not enoughI artist's death to an association of gen-
    1 Nervously breaking the seal of the tlemen who presented them to the Boston scribes her
    with
    letter, the girl read the following, writ- sympathize you. Athena'um in 1833. They paid pestuous,
    ten in a heavy scrawl: Stuart's widow $1,500 for them. Be that as
    I know how thin you were, great Gilbert Charles Stuart, the
    most emi- her
    My Dear Child-One who in the hour of:
    great sorrow has been strengthened and George; nent America's portrait painters and and her
    encouraged by the knowledge of your love My board is overdue ; the rival of the greatest English artistsof cuse In view
    SHE STEPPED FORWARD QUICKLY. and your patriotism returns to you, by his
    virtue of his pardon, him who Is dear to On fowl they dine-it's "neck" for day was born in Narragansett. In those '
    "My ("Wid" he said kindly, "what you as your affianced and dear to me asa mine It. I, in 1756, and died in Boston in interrupted
    great sorrow has this war broughtyou brave soldier, for the SOD tot such a IS"_S. He received his first instructionfrom the duties of
    mother could be coward. I sympathize with
    ? never a you. a Scotch artist named Alexander, ertheless so
    G. .
    WASHINGTON.For
    "Oh. sir," she sobbed pitifully, "he MY OLU' IS PACKED. who took him to Edinburgh when he
    i* to die-to die as a coward. But it is several moments the girl stood YOUR congress plotted for you was about eighteen. lIe subsequently :
    approaching
    a He a mighty falsehood. No man is a motionless In the dim light of the tallow fallWhene'er But let them laugh; my rip is packed. studied under Benjamin West In whose eulogy on

    coward, sir, who loves bis mother as dip. Then a tear dropped upon the you turned about. Sometimes when things looked blue. family he lived for some time. In 1871 will :

    does he" paper, and Let lips moved.__ "' The friends you trusted most of all You slyly bea.t a right: retr-il I he set up as a portrait painter in London loved wife"
    "He?" the officer replied. "Who, mj "God bless Generally 'a ington! Were those that old you out. sympathize with )'O' 'and achieved immediate fame He and named
    she said .
    _.. reverently. returned to America in 1703. did not sirrl
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    r" ONE OF CZAR'S' SNIPS ed as haying; cabled that he had information I Honry Gordon a Probable Candidate.

    on "unimpeachable authority DOCTORS BATTLING Henry Gordon, Ducnelloa'a popular CRUSHES OUT
    tor stating that if the fortunes of war I J
    and efficient marshal, was in our
    IS BLOWN BY MINE prove adverse to Russia, a diversion, :I

    which may lead to far-reaching results .i FOR HANNA'S LIFE our city on business one day last THE LIFEJJ

    ?ia confidently expected from week. Mr. Gordon is a probable cau-
    Ninety One of Crew Drown Germany," further -
    says:
    didate for sheriff of Marion
    couuty, The most loathsome and repulsive of all '
    F In Harbor at Port Arthur have"Already been made proposals are affirmed to Grave Fears Are Entertained and we are satisfied that if merit living things is the serpent, and the vilest and _'. --, _
    by the chief of that
    His Friends. most degrading of all human diseases is Contagious Blood Poison. The
    state, which, if accepted, will consid- by means anything in politics he is sure
    serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and
    PROGRESS OF THE EASTERN WAR erably almost instantly the poison passes
    "The complicate matters. FIGHT TO REDUCE THE FEVER. to win. Man officer h<* is fearless through the entire body. Contagious Blood Poison, beginning with a little

    Report of Landing of Japanese Troops German government will support and considerate, and In fact he possesses ulcer, soon contaminates every drop of blood and spreads throughout the
    Russia
    diplomatically in action whole system. Painful swellings in the groins red rash and
    appear a
    Senator Has Shown Wonderful Vitali-
    all of
    I; t at Port Arthur With Loss of Two taking to bring the alleged evacuationof the necessary qualifica. copper colored splotches break out on the body, the mouth and throat

    t Regiments Has Been Wei Hal Wei! before the Hague tri ty-His Ef other, H. A. Hanna, FirmIn tion that go to mike up a good sheriff become ulcerated, and the hair and eye brows fall out; but these symptomsare

    Denied. bunal. the Belief of,His Ultimate Recovery Mr. Gordon has many friends in thia mild compared to the wretchedness and suffering that come in the Utter
    t SL Petersburg, Feb. 15.-A report "Germany nieo resolution i.tt> "II stages of the disease when it attacks the bones and more vital parts of the
    bas been received from Viceroy Alex- hack Russia's ir.-snds'Sip," th edispatch -Telegram Sent to Relatives. county who join the: Chronicle ia body. It is then that Contagious Blood Poison is seen in all its hideoui-

    ;. leff saying that the Russian torpedo concludes, "but the proposals which Washington, Feb. 15.-Senator Han- wishing him abundant success.- ness. The deep eating abscesses and sickening ulcers and tumors show

    transport Yenisei has been blown up I have emanated from Bean are deft na's temperature continues high. Today Citrus County Chronicle.The the whole system is corrupted and poisoned, and unless relief comes soon

    as a result of accidently striking a nite and concrete andif accepted are it reached 105. This high alti- ----.--- this serpent disease tightens its coils and crushes out the life. The only
    r likely to interest Ocala Rifles Minstrels are highly antidote for the awful virus is S. S. S. It is nafi/ro'0
    mine at Port Arthur. The Yenisei Europe more ITeenly tude of the fever and the fact that the remedy, com.

    sank, and Captain Stepanoff three offi- in the Far Eastern war." temperature has not yielded as readilyto pleased with the splendid treat posed entirely of vegetable ingredients. S. S. S.

    cers and 91 men were lost. sponge baths as desired, gives those ment they received while] in Dunn destroys every vestige of the poison purifies the
    blood and all
    removes danger of transmitting the
    According to the Novoe GERMANY NEUTRAL about the senator much concern. It
    Vremya, the ellon Thursday night and Friday awful taint to others. Nothing else will do this.
    has been hoped that the climax in the
    Yenisei
    was laying mines
    at the entrance mineral remedies
    like
    of alien Imperial Chancellor Von Buelow Issues lever would have passed with the reaction morning at the had of her courteous Strong mercury and potash,
    Wan Bay with the dry HP the sores and drive in the disease, but do not cure permanently.Send .
    object of closing it Proclamation. from the period of deep depres- citizens, and they have nothing but
    against attack for our home treatment book and rite us if in seed of medical
    Berlin Feb. 15.-The imperial chan- sion that followed the chill.
    from the sea. Observing that advice information. This will cost
    one words of praise for everybody they or special you nothing.
    of the mines had risen to cellor, Count Von Buelow, in the reich- While the general conditions are

    the Yenisel approached for the the surface pur-, ] ranzeiger, the government's official organ more satisfactory than they were last met while in the Phosphate City. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA

    today. issued the following procla- night, yet they are not so good as'
    pose of lifting it up, when the vessel ------ ---- ---- -

    came in contact with another mine, they were yesterday morning. All 'a d i sa ca 1iMf

    which exploded and caused the disas throughout the night-oxygen was given
    ter. at intervals of about one hour. THOROUGHBREDBULLS I !
    ,.
    "
    WE EAT MEAT
    J .. While the senator responds to requests I
    .. "t made by the doctors In his
    REPORT IS DENIED. :- .r f> wakeful moments, he does not talk. o =row strong. Unless wo got I

    I laid Japanese Troops Have Not land. He continues drowsy.Dr. AND COWS.SHORTHORNS ; good meat we may as well let

    ed at Port Arthur. Dutcher assistant to Dr. Osler, .1! it alone. There is no strength I I
    :, t St. Petersburg, Feb. remained with the senator through the ?rY
    15.-The Associ-
    ia tough meat-instead of giv
    ated Press is authorized to deny the night. Dr. Osler remained at the hotel I

    report that Japanese troops have landed and was with Drs. Rixcy and Car I t ng, it takes strength to digest

    at Port Arthur with the loss of f"I f"r ter this morning when the pulse, tem- 5 t't L-! it. It pays to bo cartful In fiu I fir

    two regiments. perature and respiration were taken; fiE
    z & v buying meat-be sore to get
    :- about 10 for Baltimore.It .
    Nothing is known here officially regarding leaving a. m. a '
    '. the movements of the Vladi- is believed the_senator can with- the beat-tender and choice. I

    l. vostock squadron, but the reports that stand a fever at so high a point as Pay a little more if need be and

    ; it had sunk Japanese transports off that shown throughout the latter partof $ pntsomelhinginyoutetomach
    t ,
    VVonsan and destroyed the night and, this morning. A
    Hakodate '
    : generally discredited, it are I fight is being made to reduce the fe .';.... Ir : which will pat flesh on your
    being
    pointed out that it is impossible for the ver.The i 4 :lt r oae! and strong blood in your

    squadron to have been in two places f rN senator was awake\ at times earc.

    r almost simultaneously.A during the night, but on the whole

    naval expert says that if the Hak- f the doctors say he passed a comfort- I WARDS BROS.

    adate story Is true Admiral Stackel- able night. His stomach is in good .
    her II i kifti 1 DURU A !\S ] Stall 2 and 4 City Market Ocala Fla.
    berg (in command of the Vladivostock condition, and he has been able to !

    squadron) will be able to come south +. take nourishment well thus far. : =- ANDHEREFORD_ .J' LlifN' r@ii\l 3
    ,
    : by the eastern coast of Japan and / i s. A sponge bath given after the tem-
    ?
    cause enormous havoc along the shore 11 perature was read, at 105, only slightly -

    and to shipping and ultimately effect reduced the fever, wHIch again -

    ' oJi crept up to the 103; point. This fact
    < 4 r was the discouraging feature of the READY FOR SERVICE

    I ll1aN night in the patient's struggle for re SEED POTATOESWe

    /L-N i covery. The senator has shown wonderful -
    Prices Sale
    VJrv y ALEXE1rFF. at Private
    nation: vitality. One of the nurses .
    kale full Mock of
    "In consequence of the official dec remarked that his rally trom the sink- j a

    larations of war between the Imperial ing spell yesterday was remarkable.The $75.00 Up. Spaulding's Improved Rose No.A.

    government of Russia and imperial senator's brother, 11. SI. Hanna,

    government of Japan, it becomes the I continues firm in his belief in his ulu. Maine Early Rose

    duty of every one in the German empire I mate recovery.Mr. Spring Auctio About April 1 1t II II Bliss Triumph.As .

    and the colonies and also of Ger Loeb secretary to the presidentcame
    ;
    4 J/j \ mans:: residing abroad to observe in all early to the hotel to learn how well as other varieties at lowest market price Write for

    : their relations the strictest neutrality. the patienthad passed the night The I I quotations, stating!: number of bags wanted.

    ti.r. senator's brother said at 10:15 today: I I IDKAL POTATO MANURE$30.00; per ton will make them

    r. "Details or prohibitions contained in "The chill of yesterday was severe P PALMETTO PARK FARM grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, Irish Potatoes" on ":;oil.

    the British and some other declaration and prolonged, but the reaction has teed) Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and

    of neutrality are omitted. been \ery satisfactory. This morning Shipping," sent on request. -
    c. CHIMBLISS & co.
    TV. officers of the crown are charged all the conditions except higher tem-

    to :ee that neutrality' is enforced. perature, are more favorable than they OCALA, FLORIDA. WILSON & TOOME FERTILIZER COffiPHY

    -- were last night, but not better than
    Jan 15 JACK OVVlf.I.i FLORIDA. J.reub.
    SUMMARY WAR NEWS. they were yesterday morning."

    Telegrams have been sect to Governor .
    ------------ -- -
    Epitome of Events of Interest Regarding
    Herrick, of Ohio, to relatives of

    f Struggle. Senator Hanna and to personal friends It Will J.\S. I.GR.\HAtr, President. (IEOW.HYDEVies Fret
    The surrender of Port Arthur by the
    I this morning announcing the senator's i
    OEfXEBAL GE.MAKO IODAMA.tfl Russians is denied but England

    .cond chief of staff of Japanese array.] prophesies that within a week Port condition.give great The apprehenhsion."THE high fever .continuesto You The First National BankOF

    a juncture with Admiral Wirenius'squadron Arthur will be in the possession of Pay I

    on its way to the Far East the Japanese. 1

    from Europe. England believes the RussoJapanese SILENT HOUR." GAINESVILLE.

    Viceroy Alexieff's silence about the will be first of You nave any Real Estate
    war over by the
    The Charterod Bank in Alachia
    Vladivostok squadron is explained as July, declaring that present Indications Tribute cf Homer Davenport to Senator IF to sell, Only County. I

    follows: Mark Hanna. Capital . . '.' . . . . . . . . .?.',*it. (xi I 00
    are that Japan has made
    For strategic reasons the viceroy, as plan and taken every precaution every for a Nashville, Feb. T5.-The Banner OR Surplus and I ndivided Profits------------ . . ', ,UM I tO

    It oommander-in-chief is empowered to and rapid published today a cartoon entitled Does exclusively x Imnfeing LutniiiHilli, fanli'ir-MJUHI touit.uk in tb.
    if dispose of the ships and men without vigorous campaign. "The Silent Hour" and it is a tributeof You're thinking of coming state tid+c'!4 'lit' n<..-..nnty! tlf I I-Hfll't"I"14. lrtt-hn',. T. ri| '. im ",
    Admiral Stark, in command of the
    consulting headquarters. The enu- Homer Davenport, to Senator Mark IF to Florida for a home, I II I E'. (fllttr1 st nilo,*nl !.% i-J*.l'ln>l rr""I/'Ii. .\lt I'lirii.IK*
    Russian naval forces before Port Ar- I tramm-ini
    Hanna trumpIv
    meration of the Russian ships
    engaged thur, has been recalled by the I .
    czar 0-1T H 1-:. YI.OI.hitr
    Mr.
    at Port Arthur was purposely omit- Davenport expresses great regret ORF
    because of his defeat. He will besucceeded
    ted in the official reports as it would for having drawn the famous I
    by Admiral Skrydloff. in _. -
    't You desire to inyest any J
    'I have given a valuable clew to the ene "Dollar-Mark" cartoon and says that .
    Land battle is anticipated at 1
    any kind of Florida property,
    i he did an honest man a very great in-
    my.A moment in Korea as Japanese armyis I
    private telegram has been received justice. Mr. Davenport was deeply i!
    forward towards the Yalu
    from a resident of Port Arthur in pressing moved to learn of the serious illnessof TO SEE
    river to meet the oncoming Russian
    .which .the sender claims he saw ono Senator Hanna and the cartoon laThe
    Japanese warship sink. The fact forces. Banner is a voluntary expressionof OR WRITE

    that no mention was made of this in German cruiser has gone to Port his sorrow and sympathy.The .
    the viceroy's dispatches does not disprove Arthur to take away all the German
    cartoon represents the sick sen
    the story, because the viceroyis women and children to a point of safe- ator on his couch and beside it kneels J. H. LIY1NGSTON&" SONS,

    ty.
    fearful not to announce anything
    the seraphic form of the late Presi-
    outside of personally established facts.It It is officially denied that tne Russian dent McKinley, with his head bowed OGALA, FLORIDA.

    ,is pointed out on high authority war fleet, reported yesterday, is
    upon the hand of his stricken friend.At .
    that the Japanese are not likely to ad- in the ,Kaiser Wilhelm canal. the foot of the bed stands Uncle

    mit such a loss, and it is recalled that The Ferman government has denied Sam with hand
    one over his eyes and
    during the Chinese war they were the us eof the Kiel ship canal to the "
    bowed in
    grief. Upon the floor rest
    first secretive about the casualites.The Russian: war fleet, and tEe warshipshave
    floral tributes from the north south, y
    line between Port Arthur been started to the Orient aroundby

    be broken telegraph and the which Yalu river explains is believed the ab-to Norway. east The and sentiments west. entertained by Mr. EDEN" MELON[ N SEED[[D f D\SALE r 1 1

    Davenport were written by himselfand
    sence of direct news regarding the na- LOYAL ADDRESS. S 1 1
    under the
    appear cartoon as fellows
    val engagement off Chemulpo. However I have on hand 600 pounds of the
    :
    little doubt is entertained hereas Presented to Nicholas by Council of famous Eden Watermelon Seed which
    "Senator Mark Hanna is the best
    to the fate of the Vanag and KIrietz. the Empire. example I will sell at reasonable figures if soldat
    of what I have
    SL Pet-rsburg, Feb. 15.-A loyal frequently said The Eden Melon is the best
    that no honest man need fear once. -1
    The blowing up of the Russian torpedo address from the council of the empirewas toons. He has been viciously and car-t shipper known, and these seeds were ,I, i' I IMcMilIan

    transport Yenisei as the result pre-sente d to Emperor Nicholas selected from large and perfectly ...
    --
    times brutally cartooned since 1S9C, -- -- -- -- ---- --
    of accidentally striking a mine at Port jesterday. His majesty, replying to 1I
    r and has risen under the lash of the shaped btock. For prices, etc., ritewI. I
    Arthur, was telegraphed here yesterday the deputation presenting the docu-
    cartoonist until today he is the strongest 1I
    but the news was not given out ment, said: man in American politics." I. R STILL I Bros
    killed thank for the expression of
    until the names of the officers "I you BlackvilU, S. C.
    i were known, so as to avoid needless your sentiments and hope, with you,
    help will be with us in Auto May Soon Speed to Town With
    I anixiety to the relatives of the surviving that God's

    officers. these times so serious to us. I count Farmers' Produce. BRANCH'S Southern Works
    i Copper
    Chicago Feb. "Automobiles will
    The first feeling of depression is disappearing now as always, upon your devotion to
    and to the fatherland and hope soon be taking the place of wagons on Genuine Rattlesnake
    and entire confidence is expressed myself Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
    many farms in the United States and
    in the ultll: ate success of the Russia, will, as heretofore in her his
    from her trial Canada" declares Isaac B. Potter, SEED.
    Russian arms.CAUSES. tory, emerge grievous I WATERMELON
    with honor and strengthened both at president of the American Motor and General Metal Workers.Old .

    A/jJ IHENSION.Actioi home and abroad, and again devote League, before a banquet of the leagueat Only I Purt Strain II the United States

    ! .' to the arts of so dearto the Victoria hotel last night. Xe
    -. .- herself peace Carefully sdected. Kept pure 35 years.
    j Possible iermany In Far my heart and so necessary to tie He said that soon thousands of other vanety grown on where plantation different of zoo varietiesare acres. Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
    , .. the vehicles will be "to town" Pure seed impossible
    speeding
    , .. East-,; pJat I on. fatherland" grown.i through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

    6 New York 1? Possible action with the farmers' produce. The speaker orn isc; t ot.,25;X lb,W%lb,65; ib, $1.13; wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
    hrded said that already a large number of w Ibs,lio-"Delivered. .
    here a
    by Germany as .
    Mutineers Captured. follcwing work .- -
    t' stern situation, tillers of the soil had invested In au Send for Seed Annual. "Manual on Melon J1
    factor in the Manila Feb. 15.-It is reported here tomobiles. The toastmaster was Fred- Culture." loc. Remit by repstered letter or ,

    sand is causing \ )prehension cables that 13 of the runaway mutineers of erick W. Carberry. Other speakerswere money order FAYET SAVANNAH GA.
    mdent of The
    Hercorrespondent-
    the London corr 1W.TheSt.PeuiLur the Vegan constabulary tave bc,fn Sidney S. Gorham, John Farson M. I. BRANCH,
    1 ? JAr MOBILE AA.. .
    l ph. captured and W. K. McKay. Columbia Co. Borzolia. Ga ,
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    is44tt4:444444xsc 0T THE CITY. Successful Career of Operator Meggs. -- .. .-- .. -..- "" -,..
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    WE PASS ON THE OTHER SIDE. PHOSPHATE .__- ---- J .__ $ : ( .. - - t.

    i.. ttt.... ... ..+tt...: This is a tim of large land deals 1

    and the Orange Springs, Fla. Iecti"u
    The Ocala Riflts' Minstrel Show-Doings '
    Written for the Bnn securing its share. A MfiN TO BEAT
    Personal and Otherwise. HARD
    aloe on the rocky way a deal WHO .. :
    Ue the man from Jericho Though the raiu poured down all I
    Urge body of timbered
    The robbers hive left him for dead. I day aud lh, ibermorreter kept
    The blood from his wound doth flow. treep'd hands from the )[ -I
    log oown, theOcaU Rifles Minstrels -
    The priest and the Levite both and Improvemant I
    Paw by on the"Other Side" showed up as per agivnitrnl Thursday j
    puny who, rumor
    For they eiiee the man uD leaD. evening. They wtremri at the depot
    Which neither can abide. ) eggv several tlJoul
    by Advance Agent Mnus and conducted g
    Then comes the"Good involved,and several 4C
    Samaritan.
    With no to the Duuiirllou House, Kib-
    thought of creed or clan passed.
    lie binds up hi*wound and helps him. bier Brtl.' new brick hotel, where (
    Because! he is a fellow-maD. )[r. 3Irgg's career his:
    splendid mupperawaltYdtbrw. Aftersupper 'o j
    broken chain of ..
    1 m afraid that like the priest and Levite. tuc
    the busied themselves
    We.in our lofty pride. troup dicta the largest .' 4r
    Seeing a brother in trouble getting ready for tilt, prrurwanceadvertised a
    lit as in that parrot
    Sometimes :
    pasbonthe 'Other Side.
    for the'euiDg at the
    I "RCSTV." his brother, \V. G. )I
    Leroy,Fla., Feb. 12, 1904.OCALA Masonic Hall. Oil account of the [
    ager.
    very disagreeable weather the crowdwas
    NOTES. They also operate out
    small, but if applause counts for
    turpentine farms aud

    Oeal! Isu't it lovely? You have anything those who did brave the plant in the state. '

    been here when the air was sweet elements were highly satisfied withthe : trolling interest in a

    with the aroma of orange Llos ows. show. In response to a telegramfrom twenty miles north aud

    Those Ocala asking if it was advisableto
    floral coojpauions are gone, but tending about twelve I Iero
    beautiful come (as the weather was so unfavorable .
    Ocala is still here ami she wpst. They also Up(' :
    ) Mr. Strauss wired
    Capt.
    can wear her handsome bridal robe to cut lumber for their
    kg5
    ; .. .a'
    Nash "Come : wr,
    without : along, raiu or shine;
    authoring from tbe stsieiice, for the trade. ... :
    of the Henry Gordon says your money is
    favorite blossom. The
    many: Stores Re i w.
    I counterfeit after reach Dunnell
    residences, vacauted since the freeze, you
    have on." Mr. Gordon had arranged to Mr. Bryan in
    been carefully and tastefully iY.
    entertain the boys at the hotel, which Hon. W. J. Bryan
    painted, and there is
    scarcely a house Ttir
    he did and their has-ee and 1
    to be found "to rent" The tide f royally, appreciation yesterday

    was shown by their numerous cheer Jacksonville tonight.
    material prosperity is rising. j
    for "our nest sheriff" during theirslay When he spoke iu :
    The warm hearted reception we The ran who buys HARDWARE of 3
    have in the Phosphate City. Several]I fore the assembling of :
    received defies the feeble effortof
    of the leading citizens have asked convention iu 1900 it is
    our pen. You remember some of
    these that the buys return and give their his presence here had a \ WARE
    : good and royal oplt'. These HORD COMPANY
    performance when the weather! is do in fixing the
    with the increment of later years

    know how to wt-leome the pastor t o more propitious, and promise them aa convention and that \

    the crowded houfe.: To mention the nomination was largely AGENTS FOR
    big arm-chair in their hearts. I -
    members of tbe company who did I his cousin's visit.
    The women looked after the home,

    making it internally neat, cheerful exceedingly well on tbi accasion Now, that Mr. VORITffi" STOVES AND RANGES

    would only to the roster date for the United
    and mean give ,
    comfortable, and our hearts bless

    ed them for the deed The Ltague and pare forbids. Bryan again visits the CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

    NEWS; NOTES. The visit looks like it j
    sent viands and thus fulfilled the law 1

    of "Help." The new Methodist church onChestnut to give Mr. Jennings a ELLWOOD FENCING 1

    street is rapidly nearing do not believe it will
    "
    The church is "cleaied for action,
    completion. We believe that Mr.
    aid every indication is that progress

    .. will surely be m de. The officers of Mrs. H. Barnett is now conducting have to run this time Line of Everything Usually Carried in a

    the, Central Hotel l, and the many merits.
    the church are men of faith and
    pleasant things said about the house Class Hardware Store. _
    genuine piety, with progressive ideas Cancer '"

    by its patrons is proof that it u gaining Mr. W. W. Prickett, j,
    and they are followed, in the auin,
    in popularity.Mr. writes, Sept. 10th, 1903: ; AND BLINDS, TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.
    by a body of loyal members. The several
    suffering
    Sunday cbool is one of the models S. Feinberg is building anI'w years
    on my face, which gave: '

    and is a safe Methodist incubator, residence on Pennsylvania avenue, noyance and I : HARDWARE :': COMPANY

    The League is doing well, and is wuich. when completed, will be a was usiug Btllard'd .

    credit to tbe for a sore leg, and
    ready to respond to our call. "We attend city. ,-, .
    dent I rubbed of ,, _&.& $&_ *"__" h '
    some --'i\ : 'f -- -
    its meeting and enjoy them Messrs. W. D. Edwards and C. A. -"" w __ _,. ,. ._
    on the cancer, and as
    Tbe last Literary (Social was a genuine Shaw visited OoaU on business Fri. most instant relief, I de I 'IfStrauss'

    treat. We had that kind of "fun" day. tinue to use the hellui4'A For Sale '" !

    .. which elevates and improves those :}lr. Battles, who has, been the guest cer. In short lime the j

    who participate. Sister Little is in of Mr. J. E. Bargainer for some time out, my face healed up I

    nowise little when it comes to plann. returned, to his home in Georgia a few not tbe slightest scar all in cul- .
    implicit faith in the
    S
    room
    days
    ing a literary program. ago. preparation, and it condition.
    This is the '" Dr. and Mrs. J, G. Baskic and )lr. recommended"
    not "Holy tee, but is it highly 1 All fenced

    not entitled to the "Clerical Primacy and Mrs. W. L. Dow visited friends fl.OO. For sale by 3$ miles "Royal Reserve"Four

    ?" The pastor has the immediate at Holder Thursday. Drugstore and Tydiugs ; road.. Price

    comradship of a popular P. )lr. Ben Feinberg is home from the drultgi@ta.--- --

    E., Rev. J. P. Hiiburn, and a traveling 1 Florida University on a vacation. He New Turpentine 15 5 room acres -L --

    financial agent, Rev. J. A. Hen- visited Ocala several days this week Mr. John Robinson of never goes

    dry. The latter labored faithfully for visitor to Adel city," J Full Quarts, Delivered, $3,50
    Nearly Forfeits His Life. road. Price.
    this flock during the past year, and inson is a prominent .
    A almost ending Twelve Full Quarts Delivered ,
    his many friends esteem him runaway fatally, and is always looking RtUs5 $10.00
    highly. -
    started a horrible ulcer on the leg of to buy. -

    Mora anon.-L. W. Moore in FlorMaChristian J. B. Oruer, Franklin Grove, Ill. For ments in that line of i -....,

    Advocate. tour years it defied all doctors and all using the Herty boxes, I -

    remedies. but Buckliu'a Arnica new way to use them '
    Tendency of No ui rk* to indicate contents of box. .
    the Times. Salve had do trouble to cure him. is likely to '
    covery > Orders tilled
    The tendency of medical sciencs Especially good fer burns, bruises, in the turpentine INSURANCE fame day as received.is' .

    toward es.skin eruptions and piles .5c. at

    Tbe'e bi-sl thought of the world i is being Anti-Monopoly drug store and Tyd- inson has invented a Ocala STRA USS & CO-

    glveu to the subject. It is easier and ngs & Co ru maul to be used with o+css a ca fsT

    better to prevent than to curr. It has by his method the tree is '! Wholesale and Hefail Liquor Denier, ..

    been fully demonstrated ,ithat The enemies of Mr.( Bryan are insisting
    pueu- and there is no loss of OCALA, FLOKIIU.
    monla, one of the most dangerous that Bryan is endeavoring to
    work beiuij done iu such
    diease8 that medical men have to dictate the polities to be pursued by
    contend with be gather. all tbe turp
    ,can prevented by the j the next national democratic
    conveiitiou.
    use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. new way there is a life miserable to Brick
    LOn w.
    Such
    is not the ease Mr. Bryan JOHNSON
    Pneumonia always results from a coldor l work to be done, and and unless

    ' from an attack of Influenza (grip), is entitled to his opinion, HS is any highly satisfying. The they are cer Lime -- --Dealer in- ,

    and it has been observed that this other democrat. If the convention Inflam

    remedy counteracts any tendency of does not go with Mr. Bryan and tion will doubtless becoming more Hair
    HEW( j AHD D
    SECOND[ .
    thefe diseases towards pneumonia. adopts: a middle course, nominatingsome thing for )lr. Robinson. neglected it HAND MACHINERY.[ (

    This bus teen fully prouen in many plied for apatent.-Adel ( ) this may be fol. CementLaths
    man who has never bolted, we death. The irri --
    thousands I of casts in which this --- -

    remedy has been used during the feel sure that the Nebraskan will l Better:Than frequent THE LAKE CITYtETaMACHINE SHOPS.

    great prevalence of colds and grip in heartily support the ticket. Bryan is I was troubled for as well as day And Locomotives For Sale and Lease.

    recent, andean be relied upon with.ImUeit no bolter and for ex-bolters to predict with chronic.indigestion I ( and Second Hand Rail
    I Bought li Sold,
    con lid. Pneumonio debility writes F. J. young.
    nee. en Shingles.
    that he will bolt if he
    fails to have his
    results from a flight cold when no' caster, N. H. "No authority on Three locomotives for sale or lease.
    way is far fetched and comes in until I For Sale-
    danger is apprehended until it is suddenly poor me began using says: One 16x24 Tolbert
    discovered that there is fever grace.-Farmerville Sentinel. tern, which did me a single agent Oge Iblti Sew York Engine-Safety Oue One 14il6 lOOHP N&Ball*le Eei....
    Atf'm',
    and difficulty in breathing and painsin all tne medicines I ever of troubles Office and Shops One 7oHP Harris Corliss. Ooe 12x16 Erf City

    the chest, then it is announcedthat Mysterious Circumstance. have also kept my wife different struc Ou*>12 HP Gasolene. One SOUP. One 20HP
    near
    the patient has pneumonia. Be One was pale and sallow and the health for years. She However,, One 1.50 HP high presture return tubUr boiler fiBe.=
    other fresh and S. A. L. Freight One :25HP Economic boiler and lot or
    rosy. Whence the Bitters are just best known a other slke "1s
    on the safe side and take ChamberIain's hand and other machinery.
    difference? She who is blushing with troubles; that they area I excellent re- Depot.
    Cough Rsmedy as soon as the LAKE CITY
    cold health uses D;. King's New Life Pillsto and invigorator for as FOLBT'S FLOIUD.1
    is contracted. It nalways --- .
    cures. ------ .
    maintain it. By No 1 : combination, -
    gently arousing women. other
    For sale by AntI-monopoly Drug
    )I
    Store. m the lazy organs they compel good digestion its place in our family.; i and find 55

    and head off constipation.Try Only 5Oe. Satisfaction in every "RfUCI[ A MOMfHT.

    Buying Property Near Ocala them. Only 35c. at Antimonopoly Anti-monopoly drug trouble. ,

    drug store and Tydings &; Co. m ings &Co. U an honest
    There seems to be a growing demand Have
    of some /4' you decided an the kind
    not only for the .Property in Lost in the Shuffle.In Cotton Plant Club I herb claimed to fertilizer o
    you are
    going to use? It'snot
    Ocala but on the outskirts as wMr In the little controversy now going Notice is hereby gi sense tells its .. Imo t 1 l a question cf hotf 1 much but

    ou between Governor Jennings and will be a meeting of I but little if ,
    W. C. Jeffords, one of our live what kind when
    eat resul
    CUBS the1)
    : con t
    real estate agents, sold Saturday to Senator Taliaferro. John Stockton Cotton Plant precinct \ used can be obtained. ln't
    agents: by Yoh make' a
    Mr. D. S. Woodrow the 2i' acre tract seems to have been lost in the shufll e. urday, February 20, at 2 combined mistake when you us< $
    % high gradtf ;
    at the Cotton Plant (
    of land just south of Ocala i belongingto John should do something to keep them most effec fertilizers pat\ ,

    Mrs. Sarah A. Harris, of Panaeoffkee. himself before the public.-Arcadia JAMES L. B. In even the most thti ..t
    Committman : relief and Highest cash price paKgt}
    bone
    This property is beautifullylocated i Ne WS. dry
    help but cure e(
    and was once a beautiful Y I trouble. !I FLORIDA
    !!t P fERTILIZER M, L COMPAQ
    orange grove. t .do..e the cough and j
    General htRtia ;
    "a GallinUle, F? .
    rently. ri'ir".Yi.



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    ows and families of soldiers and tall TAX ASSESSORS APPOINTMENTS..

    RUSSIANS CALLING on. sayi a :Times dispatch from Lou TO HAY'S NOTE SENATE HONORS I I

    i-1) don. Japanese are accosted In al Vegetablesto I will be a: the following plac I to receive

    UPON ALM GUT parts of London by persons deslrini DEAD SENATOR I agricultural reurns of reporu real and ai th personal. law require property: sal

    to contribute to the fund. One lltn- RUSSIAAUIESCESAll bring good prices must have FEBRUARY, 1904.

    girl, sent elght-penc explaining thatIt both size k Kendrick Monday t a.m.

    In the Meantime Japan Rush was her month's savings which she Beautifii and Impressive are andqn.alEven. Martin Lowell Tuesday Monday i 2 p.a.m m.

    wished to send to Japanese orphans Fear cf a hidden litfallDisappear. ity, Reddick Tuesday a p. m.

    Soldiers to tIe] Front. An old woman contributed 23 shi. the Ceremonies Central McIntosh Thursday Wednesday 4 a. m.

    -- Flemirgtouj'nday j a. m.
    ings, all in farthings. good soil Fairfield Friday
    5 P m.
    ALlXIEFF ISSUES PROCLAMATIONHeavy FLORAL OFFERINGS IMMENSE.!:: is made Shady Grove Monday 8 a. m.

    REPLY WILL BE MADE SOON Santos Monday 8 p. m.
    Japanese Army for Korea. better by Belleview Tuesday 9.

    Seat Prevent Japs from Attack I Paris, Feb. 18.-An official dispatctrecehed Eulogized by His Friends-Last SaC: the use Pedro (schoclhou: ""iffedDesday ioi. m.
    tor Powers to Prevent Summerfield Wednesday to
    Russians Anxious p. m.
    ing Port Arthur 0,000 Japanese here today from Tokio an Rites Are Held Over Remains 01 of a fertilizer Candler Thursday a. m.

    nounces that one of the most important Disorders in China-Mil.tar) Ocklawaha Thursday II i.m.
    Troops Concentrated on East Coast Late United,; States Senator Mark A East Lake Friday u a. m.
    movements of Japanese troop* WetrsJale
    nations cannot Friday u p m.
    Attaches of Other Unadale school
    of Korea. yet made is ccurring today. Hanna. Drawdv's(Saturday huse) Saturday it, "I8JMosa -

    One of the main branches of the now Jcin Forces of Russia inPotash Bluff Monday i3 night a. m.
    4. **ort Arthur, Tuesday, Feb. 16.-Th W ashington. Feb. 18.-Without pomi Electra Monday 15 p. m.

    ::4 text ot the order of the day issued tc army, consisting of three divisions anc :bt.:: r-ttersburg, Feb. 18.-Russia or ceremony the remains of Senator Lynn Tuesday 16 a. in.GrahamviileTuea4ay .

    ? Including a division of guards, is now reply to Secretary Hays note or 16 p. m
    : the Russian troops by Viceroy Alex Hanna at 11:15 o'clock today were Connor Wednesday 17 a. m.
    going on board transports. The pre China probauly will be made in a te* Churchill (school house
    ibfl today follows: conveyed to tha senate chamber We will tend our books, giving fill iiiformaiion Kerr City ) Thurtdiy a. ..
    Ylous landing of Japanese forces IE days. It will acquiesce in principle, about the subject to farmer who Thursday IS p. m.
    Eureka
    any
    "A heroic army and fleet bare been where the official exercises were tc Friday 19 a. m,
    Korea and elsewhere are said to have but witi certain reservations regaining writes for them. Daisy Friday 19 p. m. ,
    entrusted to me by his majesty the be conducted. The pallbearers were Ft.
    been small compared with this simultaneous administrative control over the regiou OE nAN KALI WORKS, McCoy Saturday 20 a. m.
    emperor, and now, when the eyes oi composed of a detachment of Cap.u, Anthony Monday 22
    .
    sailing of three divisions, atgregatlng Manchuria leased to Ruosu >.w Y_ -'I \M* 'rHl. rAUuU. Span Tuesday 23 a. in.
    the czar of Russia and of the world in police under the command of a lieu .C.-U .H. BreaJ St.FOLT Greenwood Tuesday 23 p. m.
    approximately an army o.30.Otlhl the Chinese reservation Citra
    are upon us, we must remember that or covered by tenant of the cortege, and was preceded Wednesday 24 a. m.
    to 50.000 men. The Japanese in or.lor to safeguard existing Uusiaa Orange Springs ThurM.y 2S I. ID
    it in our kacred duty to piotect thuar : by a platoon of mounted mill Oala an of Marc!:.
    authorities, it is added, had taken interests. When the note Wih The law requires an returns to be .
    and the fatherland. Russia &delty
    is tla. the tint of
    .
    every precaution! to prevent informa to the the authorities r1GNl1YJ. Apnl ALPaED 'Ha.
    first dispached powers TAR
    18
    great and powerful and If our foe li Shortly after 10 o'clock the members Tax AMescor Marion Coaaty
    Lion from going out concerning the embarkation undeniably d./
    irons, this must give us additional : here were ef the family, with the exception otMr Curv Pr a .... ...O Ia
    and the destination of this posed to view it with suspicion, *.
    .tr ngth and power to fight him. The *. Hanna took a last look at th NOTICE.
    army It is believed, but it is not therefore, its: reception by the other
    pint of the Russian soldiers and salt remains, and the casket was then NOTICE.otice .
    lure that the destination ot this force cabinets was awaited .wIth keen inter
    ors 14 high. Our army and navy s.aled. Since the senator passes NOTICK IS HEREBY: GIVEN THAT CN-
    1* a point near the mouth of the Yalu est. The Russian authorities have by virtaeof a final decree
    lave known many renowned names Mrs. Hanna has not seen the 10 the entered
    away for cause of William
    Application Tax Deed Coder Section
    river or a spot in the Liao-Tung pa. obtained the views of the European : Young against Stephen
    winch must in this: hour serve as an remains, she preferring to remember 8.Chapter 4SSS. Laws of Florida. Sprafgms, pending in the Circuit Court M tbe
    ninsula flanking Port Arthur. chancellors: and have seen the trieiii Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida. ia sad lor
    aampie to us. Our God, who has him as in life. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT DO- Marion county. in chancery the tyd
    to the note even Pasetto. purchaser of Tax Certificate day of
    : December
    always upheld the cause that is just, ly reception given The funeral procession was made uper No.&79. dated the 2nd day of July. A. D. Bullock judge A. D.of 1903.the by the. oaorablc W, S.
    Japanese at Yalu River. Hula's ally the fear that it ir.: above styled court. the
    Transport
    by baa bled.aid certificate in
    1394. office
    U doing so now. Let us unite for the hearse and eight carriages, the my and undersigned special master ia chancery.
    Pans. Feb. 18.-Another official dispatch contain a hidden pitfall for Russia replies has made application for tax: deed to issue in pointed therein to execute said final ap.
    the coming struggle. Let every man first six of which were occupied by accordance with law Said certificate embraces decree,
    says a Japanese transport has of the remaining powers incluu other the following described property situated In triO, on Mmday Qit WA day.t if ire A A.DJ H.
    b. of tranquil mind in order better members of the family, and the between
    been sighted off a town south of the that: of Japan: and it has practically Manfn county Muritla. to-wil: the hours of it o'clock a. m. anj a
    to fulfill his duty, trusting in the Almighty ins by a committee representing the Grid Comn-cncing 410 feet north of southeast corner clock p. m. of laid da... in root of the toath
    mouth of the Yalu river. This, it latdJe Dcen decided' to give adherence in of northwest quarter section IS. township door of the court house in Ocala Mario coun
    and let every man perform his iron club. Mrs. Prentiss Baldwin, ol ar. thence south leet west ty Florida at public offer for
    15.range 894 J06f outcry tale aaj
    !, is not to be connected with the .
    ask, remembering that prayer to < pnaciple.Uu ; Thomasville, Va., sister of Mrs. Hanna, t. north Soo feet, north ;0 feet 30', west to will sell to the highest and best bidder lor cub
    embarkation of the three divisions referred 3i3 exnlaiaed that she was a* point of beginning the mortgaged premises in said final decree
    God and service to the emperor are and her husband and Bishop Leonard. The said land being assessed lit the date of described as follows to-wit: The eat half ot
    to in these dispatches today, an\j< 'is Js the other powers to prevent the southeast
    ever wasted. of Cleveland arrived this morning the issuance of such certificate in the name of quarter of the northwest quarter
    but 13 considered to be a concentration ilisord ?rs in China. and to pre-- of Unknown section u.towDship 15 south of range 21 cut,
    "Long live the emperor and the and rode in the family carriages.An Ccleix s.iid certificates shall be redeemed' also northeast quarter ot section 24.towi.hlp i .

    lath rland! of the report that the town ofl serviti Integrity, but that owing u imense crowd gathered In the vicinity arcordinjr to law Ux deed will issue thereonthe south of range 20.aU in Marion COIlal,. Florida,

    which: the transport was seen is to be Rii.is interests in Manchuria u. 19th day of March A. D 1904 or so much thereof a* may be necrvury to Ml
    God be with us! of the hotel and reverently removed Witness my official signature and seal this the Lsty Mid final decree and cost ot uit.
    one ot the bases of the land, opens on cuilie.ire presented. China must IjCay nf February, A U 1914: CARLOS USIafRUNK.::
    "Hurrah! their hats as the casket was S T.SISTRUNK. ALLIED &: DAVIS Special Vaster to
    the Chinese. and Russia will make a Chancery
    Troops are arriving here continuously oe protected borne to the hearse.In 2 19 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. Solicitors for Complainant I M
    reservatioa <)n this point. This does
    and the mobilization of forces the presence of the grief-stricken -
    Cables Closed Indefinitely.New not t.:?sre hrf position in this respect
    is making excellent progress. The family many friends, whose sorrow NOTICE
    NOTICE 10 STOCKHOLDERS.
    York, Feb. 18.-The Western to oe misun:: ierstood hereafter, and for I
    fortress is now thoroughly preparedto was scarcely less pronounced, of the
    Union Cable company has received advices mis reason her words will be explic oi Application for Tax Deed radar Section I ol
    withstand a siege and is regardedas senate and house of representativesof
    from the Russian governmentthat it. R",.sa has not yet given permission :Notice is hereby given that the annual meet- Chapter 4W8, Laws of Florida
    unaccessible. dignitaries from all the other log of the stockholders of the Ocala Water
    the Vladi vostock Nagasaki cablesare tar any military attaches tc NOTICE IS HEREBY GI'ETHAT Cha
    General Satoessel has issued a reassuring branches of the government and 01 Company wiU be held in the city of Ocala on ler. purchaser of Tax Certifkite
    closed for an indefinite period to :oni the! Russian army in the t1i i l. No. 2115, dated the 7th day of
    August A. O.
    Saturday the 12th day of March .
    proclamation to the popula the chief officials, representatives 01 1904.R. 1899 and tax
    correspondence of Some from city certificate :No. taj isle ot
    every nature. Keo.u ;; uave been received a .
    tiou. foreign powers, the funeral of the lat L. ANDERSON Sept. jrd. iqoo ha* filed Hid certi
    days ago it was announced that these tap pov .'TO including the United States J. A. CMPBELL: President. ficates m my office and has made application
    Marcus A. Hanna ocurred today in if for tax deed to issue in accordaace .
    cables had' been closed temporam. IL I .t :? anderstood that Viceroy Ales Secretary, I ijjt said certificates with ...
    Port Arthur Feb. 18.-The reports senate chamber, the scene of his most embrace the following de
    to private correspondence. .0:1 to whom the question was reler scribed property situated in :Manoo cuuoty,
    that the Japanese have concentratedabout recent activities and of his entire cfu Florida,to-wi{:
    :'ed, would prefer that Foreign at REDDICK AND FAIRFIELD SPECIAL Southwest quarter of touthwcct
    CO.OOO troops at Wonson (on the cia life.Seldom. tied quarter aec
    tae slould not In the Russian SCHOOL DISTRICT. 30,township 16, range 22. and commencing
    Rail and join
    Closed.
    Sea Routes
    east coast of Korea) with the object has a more distinguished :2.95) chains east of northeast corner of lot j*
    New York, Feb.! 18.-Trade is at a tieia ,jti' rations until March, expla.mngt.h.rr : Caldwell's ad Ocala thence Cast a.6. chain aoattt
    of Manchuria confirmed. body people been collected in Washington
    .J tittering; are cf 3.33 chains west a 69 chain north
    chat
    standstill cables the Odessa correspondent o\\ *ng to the unexpected sadden to do honor either to the li* ,rEo THE, who UNDERSIGNED QCALIFED The said land being assessed it the J.'t date ot the*

    acc' t the outbreak ot hostilities, pay a tax on real or personal issuance.of such certificate in the of
    of The Times. Both rail v name
    Gale the dead and rarely has thei property. will oaIhetinJ Ellen
    Stopa Operations .on Sea. lug or Williams and Estate of Charles Wood
    Tokio. Feb. 18.-A heavy snow and sea routes are closed. There Is is i!:Sic.Jt to make arrangements foi been witnessed here a more impres IfC>lIc/cl.' ill March 114\ ward. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed

    greater caution in financial and commercial me.r oi'ortable accommodation. ana present this petition to the Board of Public Instruction according to law. tax deed will )seai tamo*
    pared the Russians from u desperate sive ('ene. In the front rank of the of Marion county, Florida, asking the on the 1st day of March,A. D.I9'04-

    torpedo attack at Port An.hur on the circles than in Moscow and es'ciaIy: during the severe weather eminent assemblage gathered immediately saul board to caLl an election Icr the puprose of the Witness my official signature sad Hal this
    asm that tune.ChCAGO'S creating a special Tax school District to be de- 25th day ot January. A. V 1904,
    St.
    T morning of Sunday. the 14th Instant. Petersburg. Preparations are being about the LXT ot the departed scribed as follows: All ot township 13 south. s.. T TBCSK.

    During the preceding night the Japanese made for the departure of 2,00(1( stutesman, sat the president. He was i range 21 ea>l, except west half of section 5. and i 29 Clerk Circuit Court Morton Co. KU.
    the east half of section and all of
    PNEUMONIA EPtDEMICPlyar.s 23, sections 6 _.
    flotilla of torpedo craft were parted Fusilcers:: for Manchuria. flanked by the members of his cabi! and 24: and sees. t. z, a, 12, 13.14, 23 and 24 oftjwnhip --- -

    the of the \ net. the chief 13 south range 20 east.A. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
    force
    by wind and wa"etIn :: All Busy-Hospitals Filler Nearby were justice I).Jones. L Q. tKxld. D. B. Matthews, R.

    a Minding snowstorm, so that only j Korean Port Open to Commerce. and the associate chief justices of the A. Ycngue. A. B. \onue. A M. Matthews, W.

    \r'two of the larger destroyers succeed Washington, Feb. 18.-Mr.! Allen to Overflowing. supreme court of the United States, McClochhn L Godwin! ,Wm.A. M C Cook Murphy., R. E C S.Vounge.Smith, A.F. J.s. Department Gainesville of the, Interior, Land Oftct at
    Cu ksg), Feb. 18.-Pneumonia, influ Fla. Jan.15,1904.
    ed in forcing their way through the the American minister at Seoul cables garbEd in their black robes of office DupuIS. W. A. Yongue, J. B. Yongue A. G.
    IS
    an, i 'J bronchitis are keeping Chi Yongue.A.B. Rou A. E. Yongue,H.G. Yongue.A. NOTICE HEREBY: GIVE THAT THIS
    fierce gale to Port Arthur. When the Mate department that Wiju has There were scarcely any absentees W. Yongu J. A. Thomas. G D. Rou W. settler bal filed nxice of ha
    c&i-) :"liaicians: busy. J. McAteer. C. M Matt intention to make final proof in support ol bo
    S.W.
    .
    4. # they arrived there they attacked been -clai-'J! from among the members of the senate eve.rtt..S. Yongue claim and
    separately that said
    :: opn to the commerceof W. proof wiU be made bed
    \i"-:ry! every hospital in the cit) jrwS.: Yongue. sr.. L.E. Scott, R H. Scott, **
    : and one of them is confident ihc world by the Korean got era- and the desk of their late colleague I. H. Carter. James Bracewell, W. H. Sherouse clerk circuit court at Ocala, Ha., oa
    Has: oor more cases of pneumonia T. J. Davisou. J. U. Robinson, C. M. Cam B. JAirr 51*, /fM,
    It succeeded In Russian was heavily draped.
    torpedoing a fJ'tU. tttiN rhe less serious disease are even P. Wilson, R. A Boyd. B. S. Damsby, W. H vi,;; Elijah L. Ferguson ot Blitchton Fin Hd
    wanhip. The destroyer Asargiri in The hall was banked with flowers, Bishop S. L. Fritz,J. W. Wilson. J. C Dupree. 27521 for the south half ot northweM
    more prevalent. Added to these arE J. X sheely.W. I). Babbitt, J. M Sherouse B. qllArWI'section
    charge of Lieutenant Commander Ish- REVOLT IN ALBANA. which had been sent in great profusion P. Hall. L M. Sherouse. W. M. Sherouse. W. s. He 30, township 13 south range w eaA.
    names the following witnesses
    the! iar greater number of cases treat to to prove
    akawa arrived off Port Arthur about by friends. There was a large Stoumaa, H. P. Billingsley Z. McClacon.. his continuous residence upon and cultivation
    cd at homes, making the list of sufferers I Isom Johnson, J. J. Meadows, G W. I. Den- of said land. viz:

    3 o'clock the same morning and was Sultan's Trcops Defeated by the In a long one. The situation is complicated wreath of orchids surrounding a cross ham W. K. Pullman, J. H. Bilhng&Iey, V. S. Dr. S. H Blitch Wiley J. Willis. George M

    met with a sharp fire from the for I ot violets from the president. Anthony. R. W. McAnley. E. D. Ron. R. N Richard and John W. Coulter, all of BltutiUm.
    surgents.Constantinople by the fact that nearly everyone Johnsou, R. M. Fife LS.Light, Jake Leitner Fla. W. G.
    ROBINSON.
    tress and ships acting as scouts. The Feb. IS.-Sixteen The: senate contributed an Immense W. p. Wood.. B. LivingstonSM. McGeehee. 129
    of Chicago's big hospitals is ue w. s. Davenport J. H. tiendoix D. S. Grover.E. Register.
    wreath of orchids
    AMrgari discharged several torpedoes nousand Albanians are in revolt in any
    at a big warship, but the result is unknown .he tli-.tnct ot Diavova against the reform tieuto. and violets: the Republican Association Ceo. M.Long. 15 CENTRAL SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

    and fought the scouting vestal plans of the powers for Macedonia of Ohio, another, almost as large, -
    At the county hospital there are 9Uplltents
    with guns until they withdrew. and obnoxious taxes.In and the Gridiron club, of this city, NOTICE WE THE CNDERMGNEDCmZKXiAXD;
    but vacant bed.
    leaving one
    The destroyer Heyatory, Lieutenant another, which was of striking beauty tax payers of the following described
    conflicts which have taken
    place I will
    Conditions are similar in the other territory on
    Commander Takenouchl. arived two between Albanians and the Ottoman I C S. District Court, Southern District of Florida lint Jf.WfrfiM.V4rr

    hours after the Asargiri and ran up large hospitals. Mangled Under Train' Wheels. t>3.In Re selwyn I!;. Kowe.-Bai krupt. present to the board of public tDatnactloa el
    troops the latter were worsted. Marion F1c.ncta. this
    Large 01 the C61 deaths reported last week In the Matter of Petition for Final Discharge. County petition aa.i.g the
    close to the mouth ot the harbor, reinforcements hate been Home Ga., Feb. 18.-Will H .ney, a said board to call an election for the purpute of
    despatched tho health fIN THIS THE 2Sth DAY OF A.
    by department report, > JANUARY. creating a special tax achool district to be
    where she found two warships, names to Diavova. The Albanians attackedthe well known negro, fell under a Central J D. 1904on reading the foregoing petition. known as i he Central Special Tax School Dutnct. .
    were from pneumonia, while 37 wen it is ordered by the court that a bearing be had the above said
    unknown. She fired a torpedo at one train while trying to aUght while district to include the fol
    town of Diavova Feb. 13 a ad plundered froji cases of bronchitis and intlu upoj the same on the lowing described territory: Commencing at

    and the torpedo exploded. a number of houses. Th ; Turkis "x's- the train was in rapid motion and was /5/A Jar. Februa't, A. D '904, northeast corner of section 5. township u range

    ishlkawa Is certain he hit the ship. forces instantly killed.TELEGRAPHIC. before said court at Tarn(>a. in said district at 20 OD Alachua county hue Knotting west to tne
    subsequently atacked the insurgents' Levy county line. fbeace couth aluog Levy
    ten clock in the forenoon, and that notice
    Admiral Togo. in reporting the attack county line to south boundry of Arredondj
    main body at Dab hisi, Prophet Dowie Forced to Flee. thereof be published in the "Banner" a news- Grant line. Thence east to southeast ot
    comer
    says although the results are caper printed in aid district, and that all
    but were repulsed with heavy loss. New York, Feb.! 18.-John Alexandei SREVITI!S. known creditors and other persons in interest section 20. township 12.range zo. Thence north
    he feels the moral to point oi begin Dtn .
    unknown sure ef- I{
    Feverish activity continues among Doxie of Zion City, Ill., has been com may appear at the said time and place and R D Zetrouer j. It. Zetrou r. J. P. Statue,
    feet the will be excellent. show cause if any they have. why the
    upon enemy prayerof
    H. M.
    Sherouxe.J S
    II a.." Commander the Turkish authorities of the Bulga pelted to flee in a cab to escape i A hot campaign Is expected in Irwin the said petitioner should not be granted. 1. bimnuzs V. P. Smith thinniojf C M J Swtfh.C ZctranerB. I. U.
    Nasal commanded the
    And it j. further ordered by the court that the
    r- entire torpedo flotilla. The numbt nan frontier in accumulating stores mob, according to a dispatch from county, Georgia where the liquoi! clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors Mnith Beck W. T. raylcr J. F. Ht-gaa D K Ouau.
    J L
    and repairing roads for the expected the Sydney N. W. S., correspondent 01 question is the issue on wnch candidates notice of said petition and this order addressedto : -- ._ a <
    ---- -
    ot the craft engaged and the point ol of them at their places of residences as statedttueothellon .
    massing troops.KATHARINE The America. are taking their positions. '
    \\ James. l. cke. fudge of NOTICE
    their departure is concealed, the simple -
    scenes have characterizec the said court. and the seal thereof at Jackson-
    Rowdy
    statement being made tat Vie)' The Mississippi senate killed the vi'le in said district on the zSth day of January
    KIDDER WINS. his meetings and these culminates A. U JUlES W. LOCKE.Atruecrp .
    left their base of operations on Jan. bill which sought to exempt 6 per cent 1904. Judge. 'PHE REGCLiR ASM'AL IIIiKTI (. or

    JO.I when a crowd broke up the exercise loans in that state, on the ground thai Attest: E0} LOCKE Clerk.NOTICE J. the stockholder of the DunulL..uPhosphate !
    r Jury Would Not Give Verdict Against and drove Dowie out of the hall. HE Company will be held at the
    _
    only toreign money lend '" would prot' -- office of the company ia KockwrU: .
    Popular Actre s. escaped in a cab. but a howling mot it such Marion count Florida,on TDeatIa,. February
    .
    by legislation.A
    I' t Confirms Report from Tokio.
    Savannah, Ga., Feb 18.-.Uibs Kath Of 5,000 followed him to his hotel. itth. root hi 12 o'clock aotm
    J London. Feb. IS.-A bulletin to t\ri sensational feature of the Swayne -- RALPH 8"un 8I
    enu Kidder won a damage suit in The police were unable to chec- Of Applicat.on for Tax Deed Under Section S .22. Secr arv
    St. Louis Gazette from Kobe, Japan, hearing was an attack on the late -
    the superior court Tuesday.iieL: the crowd. and Dowie is said to have of Chapter lv>3. Laws of FloridaAlOTICKIs .

    I i in reporting the Japanese naval attack she was here playing "}lolly Pitca. left the hotel through a rear door. Banker O'Neal, of Pensacola, by Cued HEREBY GIVEN TH.-\; C. J. NOTICE

    f on Port Arthur Feb 14. says the Rus States Commissioner Tunison. J.' >H.raney purchaser of tax certificate
    j t er, she fired a cannon on the stsge No 2212.: dntedthC slh day of April .'. DiSoj. .
    I nan guardshlp in the harbor and another Great crowds hat filed said certificate in my office and
    jiiid some of the wadding tore a hOle Will Not Confer Batchelor Degree. witnessed and parties 'BE REGULAR ANNCAL MIKTIM. Or
    Russian outsideS has tus.de apn'iCTtioo tr tax dcedto issue in thestockboldersufte 1'aiticT.tainsCompany .
    warship, lying I
    ! in the shoulder of Eddie /oorel a Chicago, Febfl 18.-The faculty of the pated m the mardi gras festivities eNBA accordance with !aw. Said Certificate embracesthe will be held a* the oAklt of th.- cum

    I 11- the harbor were torpedoed and .that super. lIe sued for 1UOU. The jury College of Liberal Arts has decui Orleans, Mobile and Natchez following described properly situated in pany in RackweU. Marwa eoanty. notid \IIITttesd.ty
    I the Japanese retired without sustaining I Marion county. Florida to-wil: February ifth. I u4. at one o cl I brought in a verdict for $:?f.*O agains: that the degree of bachelor of philosophy bri'!'!:ant balls were features. southeast quarter of southeast quarter of p. m.
    any injury. section 2,. township i? range 25. RALPH BAfcKKR
    the Kidder company. no longer will be conferred at t1, Tuesday being- the last day allowedby The said laud being as'tr-.sed at the date of 12231 SCrctar\ .

    ", It was sent back under instruction Northwestern university. The require the Coast Line officials those the i:.;, nce ot such certificate in tbe name of _
    certificate shaH
    t Russians Protecting Their Arsenals. Vt known. Cnle said
    : of the judge, who held "iiat a verdict znents for the degrees of bachelor 01 strikers in the maintenance of way department be redeemed according to law. tax dieJ will NOTICE
    New York. Feb. 18.-The Russian is..ue thereon en the 6th day of March. A. D.
    azaicst the company j.ild cot stand arts and batchelor of science havE who did not return to work
    authorities have taken every precaution -
    It must be against: M-ss Kidder, n changed so as to demand only one ancient lost their jobs. 1904Witness my official signature and seal this the VTOTICE la: HEREBY CIY8K THAT THRj.1
    to protect the arsenal cables the 2nd day of February, A.D. 101)4
    must must be Jus Kidder. eDd lgued. as esecatBT and cjwcutns
    a gale
    ? language Latin or Greek. The SIsTRUXK
    S T.
    At Baltimore applications have been
    Port Arthur correspondent of The respectively the estate of John r Dunn dr-
    Herald The usual guard of 500 men against any one. flu jury retired affect is to unify the requirements foi made for ths appointment of receivers :25 Clerk Circuit Court, Manon Co. Ha, ceased, will on&zLtrjtiy

    again and returned a verdict for the the arts and philosophy degrees an: for the Baltimore Fire Insurance company n* ,'i day o/ JuV 4. D. x,..&.
    has nobl'e'n Increased to .OOO.
    defendant. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS apply to the county judge of Manon
    the latter is discont nued. rat{.
    a At Kmchow, Talien! Wan and Bid and the Home Fire Insurance Flonda at Ocala Fla. for the purpoe
    Tiie oase: has been pending about a of Baltimore lug final-settlemeotof their MIeWIdI lid for
    tho the guard and garrisons have company
    final discharge.
    Hawkinsville Ga. Feb. 17.
    ,
    year. -Dyk s
    .
    DTK!*
    ( bean replenished threefold.A \\estern railroads cave cut the tar H. C.
    ..- Coley, aged 17 and the son of a prosperous W. A. HOCKtRKxeatort.,
    circular has been issued that iff on grain from Missouri river TO CREDitors .
    any pointsto "'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -
    Two Mm Killed High Tre&tle. planter in the Wnitechapel district
    on
    and all Laid E. Uw
    1'
    Chinese caught I looting! will be shot I' the Atlantic seaboard to 15 cents ,legatees. distributees persons
    Birmingham Ala., Feb IS.-Jakt of this country, and Mrs. Mary having claims or demands against the estate of (2'2$ Executrix:
    tmme Pope and Samuel Hollingorook. white, Birdsong, aged 43. of the same vicinity within two oi they will be barred,
    Newsky there is a great rush 01] war u prc -ised. same years NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE.
    section men on the Cane Cre were married recently. The this the 3rd day of I-ebruary. 1904.
    activity as they are doing their utmost DOLLY C. EDWARDS
    branch of the Louisville and lIshVlili bride has three children! by a formermarriage. Bank Cashier Tries Suicide. j 6t Administratrix
    to launch sir"v artly finished ,'esselsnow i \ 5 Iw THE 4TH DAY OF AVGCST Hf*. THE
    building Labor is scarce, but railroad met a horrible death neat \\ MilledgeviUe Ga, Feb. 18.-Clauds i Uundersigned will present her account ned

    Mineral Springs. The men were on General In H. Troutman, cashier ot the Farmersand I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge
    high wages 2tf ye Chinese smiths to Reyes Europe. and ask tor a final settlement and disc ,. AI
    a lever car standing on a high trestle Merchants' bank, shot himst. SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE of p. John*
    work. Thejt. gymnasium is also J Pans Feb. 18.-General Reyes, oi administratrix of the estate lalla

    .v'it preparing rr/tJ ryl' for sea duty. when an extra freight unexpected!) Colombia on his arrival at Cherbourg twice just above the left nipple with son,deceased this 4th FRANCES day of Fe A. HOWSKi 14114,

    ,-rail_ backed down upon them and escape yesterday from New York, went tc; suicidal Intent. His wife and three NOTICE IS HEREBY executor GIVEN of the last THAT; will THE and $ lem 6m Adnunutratrix

    A BrltlShr -.thy With Japs. was impossible. Pope was killed m Bremen, where he will visit his children children were taking leading parts ID testament of JOHN A, COLE. deceased will on A -_

    .1 New Yofi pi i, 18.-British sympa- btantly having his head mashed open there, and at Lazarre, later coming an amateur play at the opera houseat the 2&th dau of February A.D.ic. StudyatHomesavg t H?

    and his brains scattered around. Hoi to Paris. It is said he has no mission the time. He Jeff letters to the nuke Coal settlement of his accounts and apply
    thy for th gsnese Is manifested IE t for fin .discharge. Such final settlement and ..
    L tinbiook was mats'ed and died I the French bank president and his wife, contentsnot made to the Judge of eara_. With to UOM Study LMMMtauMtdr. -
    to government rela appiic5 to be county ,AHMMOAlgeon. -
    to lean BoakkMftec
    r (he remark eaponses an appE'aJt. fore PO2Riifl" :...... ..."....: knollo n. :Manon cc .''y,at Ocala. HondaS lew boneaiemvlajima.( IIICIrJ,GA_*t*,lucunc, LMWMM* ..........
    'V.
    Pa-"zn&
    ,, r t t. r.'-',' mi or a fund for th_ vi... Uva to .- aS 6m -J. LIDDELl.MILLER. PnyJcs.Luii.ca. :i vSezLPrg ;=.:i:










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    PAGE TWELVE THE OCALA BANNER


    4 RUSSIAN GRIIIO: I Mmwnmim" " ',;" " ,,!" " " ," '!" ''T"t'tt"" '} " " " .

    BOfA RIN BLOWN UP -- ---- .

    SEAL I BRAND :! .. ; \ : .1 : ." ROYAL ::
    *t 41\
    -- ,
    hip Goes to Atoms by Striking ---- :,t "; '" --
    --- f .}.,.'i.... .. < .,(" ..,,.. ; ; --
    SCARLET
    a Mine. ...... :ti. .t K c ; "- ., ... ,

    MANY OF CREW ARE LOST. I -- CO f: FEE... :, ::.
    -
    -
    Canned Goods --
    Ji.y.rln Was Last Reported tl3
    as
    Having
    :
    41 ::::
    Taken Part in Engagement at Port I ('b8 .e fc fcaiiborn'i... *in 2 Ih tins. Finest Pot Up '-

    Arthur, Feb. 9-Ruuians Terrifiedat r--
    Disaster
    .
    Bt Petersburg, Feb. 17.-The report
    Circulated here today that' the Rus
    alan crulaer Boyarin was blown up last TEA-P.OT. GROCERY
    Saturday and that al her officers tt0
    and crew, 197 in number, were lust
    II confirmed from a'private source. tf4 ---@

    _ .1 of The six, Boyarln's 4.7-inch armament guns, eignt consisted 1.8-mch Q_ The Best is .the Cheapest
    - fans two 1.4-lnch guns and three ma
    chine guns. .......
    She was also fitted with six -
    torpedo
    tubes. The Boyarin last .. ., -
    was reported E > -- And Goes Farthest.
    as having taken part in the engage
    ment of Feb. 9, at Port Arthur. I -.....-.
    I -
    I.i3t.. Petersburg, Feb. 17.-Dispatch tail --pfd

    from Port other Arthur Admiral disaster to Alexleff the Russian announces fleet an-at It is poor .economy to buy a cheap ar-


    the According Boyarin was to the destroyed viceroy's by a report mine tide for nine times out of ten it
    on Feb. 13, with a loss of 757 officers proves .
    and men. No details of affair are

    given borne cruiser manner out accidentally It the is torpedo believed Hit a transport that mine the in E worthless and cant be used and has to be 3 .

    Yenisei, which was destroyed with a ......

    x loss Russian of 85 lives.Consulate- Destroyed. '. thrown away. In buying First Class goods 3 I.E .

    New York, Feb. 17.-The Russian
    consulate here was destroyed Sunday take chances. All beE
    night by fire, says a World dispatch I you no goods must
    from Shanghai. The cause hast ......
    not yet been ascertained. The Russian --
    gunboat Manjur, which was trap back.
    ped by the Japanese warships at the as represented or your money
    mouth of tie Yang Tse river Is now I
    being dismantled. .....
    ---

    .- St.German Petersburg Cruiser, Feb.Fired 17.-A Upon.semiofficial 0 "
    iiit- PRICE IS GOVERNED BY
    telegram dated from headquarters QUALITY. -
    of the viceroy at Port Arthur says
    the Cerman cruiser Hansa which had
    been- sent to remove German subjects ---
    *
    from Port Arthur and which had on

    men board and also children a number, had of been Russian fired upon wo EWe endeavor to give full vaule received for every cent we sell :=

    by Japanese warships. The telegram 4 r- e3 V
    reiterates the statement that and will consider it favor when from
    three Japanese torpedo boats have you a special anything purchased
    been sunkIn a night attack on Port

    Arthur.tions.within the All sphere was of quiet the on war Feb.opera-15 E: us is not what it is represented to bex/for by so doing we can then ...


    Fired on German Cruiser. E remedy the cause ::3f
    Port Arthur, Monday, Feb. 15.-The ....... .
    Bring on the German cruiser Hansa -- ....
    by the Japanese warships occurred 0-..- -- $'
    while she was proceeding to Port Arthur 9
    to take away the German residents 0 ,
    W'e Exclusive
    and not when the latter were are Agentsfor
    on board of her. The Hansa was
    ::
    cot damaged. On her arrival at Port
    Arthur she took o nboard a number of

    wives port without of Russian further sailors incident and left the e ---- this Brand of Flour andI.. .

    The work of repairing the damaged 000 '
    Russian battleships is progressing v
    rapIdly.
    The Chinese workmen were }. guarantee barrel to
    panic-stricken by the bombardment 00 > every
    but they are now working well, regardless W .9 --
    ----
    of the approach of the Chinese ---

    new year.Investigation. shows that the city E 1 ii'I be of the best. If not---your 3

    and fortress were wholly undamagedby FLOUR
    I the Japanese attack The people --- --
    t naturally are anxious and business i
    s0- hack. ::
    r at a standstill, but the utmost; tranquilIty money
    . prevails. -e411
    ....
    After the religious services Sunday. -- ..
    r there was a military review before ---
    t. the viceroy Admiral Alexieff, who denounced 00" -

    barbarous the and action expressed of the Japanese confidencethat as We are prepared to supply your wants for Lenten Goods and desire 3 .
    ( the Russian soldiers would fully

    the anne Reports Cossacks themselves.from are interior mobilizing denote with that ::: to especially call your attention to our brand of Sardines "Cha"


    trict great Tillage they enthusiasm.to village are riding waving In In the Russian squads Amur from flags dis E 0: tillon' They are .without question the best imported sardines that j

    and demanding an early chance to __ -4/1

    meet the enemy. come to this market, Try them, .:..:.:.:.:

    Japanese Capture Steamers. 00-- ....
    Toklo, Feb. 17.-The Japanese have 0- --
    captured at least five commercialt. ..- -41

    :. steamers the volunteer Including fleet the, the Ekatorvostaof Moukden y., =0- A full and complete line of Heinz's Preserves in 3,5 and 10 lb. stone crocks. :-t::

    Russlo, Argun and Alesador. O

    These, Korean vessels and were adjacent caught in watersat Japanese. O- Pickles and Radishes in bottles, both sweet and sour, they ire fine, too. .....

    various times since Saturday by 00
    :::::
    small Japanese cruisers and gunboats. and all first class goods in the eating line we handle. Our
    Some of the steamers are rich prizes.; I --- You will find our stock up to date in every respect specialty ---4

    detained The mail at Yokohama steamer Katik, its status is n a:::::: ty is handling goods put up by the best manufacturers in the United States. Nothing too good for us to handle. :.::
    ..
    -
    being clear.
    .. 00 In addition to our Grocery Stock we carry a full line of Staples and also Feed Goods. Such as :::

    San Basis Francisco Settlement Feb. 17.Reached.-The creditors 00 HAY, CORN, OATS, COOKED COW FEED, ETC. ::: .
    ---
    of Bolton de Ruyter &: Co. have "
    met, and after having listened to the -....-..- ..

    been report investigating of their committee the financial, which conditIon had 0- Yours for more business, :::;
    .
    of the concern, accepted as a basis
    of settlement the proposition oi
    the firm offering CO per cent cash, payable I I
    immediately, 25 per cent payable THE TEA POT GROCERvt''M
    In 30 days and the balances of
    : per cent payable in or.before six
    months, without interest. It is not
    considered likely that the firm will :l 0- -.0--
    rcntlnue business.
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