The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The paper "bOt' the People, tor the People and bv the People."

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1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIIiIf" " " " " ilf" "Illlllllf' "1111111L" OCAL VS NEW ICE PLANT. Miss Pereda Entertains. Cane Growers' Contention I ..

-- --- Miss Gertrude Pereda entertainedin Capt. D. G. Purse, of Savannah, I II j jI

| Gerig's Witch Hazel Soap if Lue Cold Storage Rooms-New a very enjoyable manner the members president of the Interstate Cane SMALL i

Machinery Moves Along Perfectly. of the Original Whist Club anda Growers' Association has called a I I 1
=- IH good with any water, but is specially ::S After several setbacks caused by few of her other friends Wednesday! convention to be held in Jacksonville j

511 adapted fur Hard Water. 1Oc or 3 for 5e ::: I afternoon. The visitors 46.We BEGINNINGS J
-- -- ; the non-arrival of machinery and present were May ,

-r- --- other delays not necessary!' to mention Mrs.C.C. Todd, Mrg. Pearl Mason, gather from his call that the f I t
--- I --- here, the Ocala Ice and Packing Company Mrs. J.1.. Benton, Mrs. S. T. Sis- first pugar cane grown in the United Ii

== SsI ::: started their machinery into trunk, Mrs. Abe Brown, Mrs. W. L. States was at New Smyrna, on the
1 I Our business started II
::: was
Hale, of Louisville, Ky., Miss Sara Halifax river in
-- --I-- -- operation Tuesday, and are now this state in 1767. .

r- S -1i manufacturing their first cargo of Harris and Miss Violet Harris. The I The old ruins of the mill are still 1 t I very small but did not remain II

-- I. -- I.i i I.Ice.I club members present at this meetingwere s tanding.

::: rS)i't :: Mrs. Edward so-satisfaction of
Holder of Dunn
I The new building is a very commodious Buger cane was not planted in i
--_ C!:,:s -_ one and measures 63x120 feet. ellon, Mrs. H. L. Anderson, Mrs.! A. Georgia until 1S06 and in Louisiananot I
customers made the change
--- --- There are four cold storage rooms, : H. Marsh, Mrs O.Maughs, Mrs. R. until1SZ,'). \\I:
-- --- three of which will be devoted to L. Anderson, Mrs. C. R. Tydings, In 1791, Morin, a Cuban, made the

--- --- meals, While the fourth will be used MM. Charles Rbeinauer, Mrs. J. C. B. first sugar manufactured in Louisiana -
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--_ _u ___ __ ___- -__ __ __ __ --_ for the storage of ice. These rooms Koonc, Irs. C. V. Miller, Mrs. D. M. and Etienne De Bare in 1794 j

-- -- contain over 10,000 cubic feet, and Smith and Mrs. J. K. Austin. produced it on a commercial basis,

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. IPrescription are incased with double pine ceilings Progressive Whist was played and the centennial of which event was

r- 1J between which are water proof paper the games were delightful. The celebrated in 1S94 with considerable MUNROE&CHLMBLISSBANKERS( !

receive careful attention ::: and rice chaff as insulation.The contest for the honors was between eclat. I
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:-:: machinery which was installedoy Mrs. Koonce and Mrs. Hale and at In 18:29, on Hopeton plantation, ::

7111IlIIII1lIIIlUIIlNillllllNllllII. . '. '. '. .'IIIIIlIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllt'. '. '. '. ,. ,. ,. ,. Mr A. It. Stickler, of the York I the Hose of the games it was found near Brunswick, Ga., James Hamilton I Ocala Florida

tbat Mrs. Hale had won by oue game Cooper the most advanced '
I'*, i Manufacturing Company, is of I agriculturalist -- --- -- -- -
the latest the market for and to her was given the prize, a I of bis day, erected a
patera on
ma'" """ :"",, .. R..t'!! --- !'fii1lWll II Utroteaatonal.H .

the manufacture ef ice, and when beautiful white lace and gauze faa sugar mill for grinding his own sugarcane ---- -- - -
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE steam was put ou yesterday it moved with pt'arlsticKs. of which he was planting from < iATTORNEY E.BIGGS,

off like clock work, and is giving the Delicious refreshments were served 300 to 500 acres annually and converting -AT.LAW.

after the games and in everyway the it into when (Office In Gary-Agnew Block.)
most ample satisfaction to the owners. sugar, Georgia '
The machinery\ so compact and is afternoon was delightful. was the rival of Louisiana as a sugar I'

operated with so much smaller space There will be no meeting of the club state It u. .I'tLLr.K I ,_

than the old time machine that one next week. After the lapse of near a half century .

you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or man can now do the work in the luction Sale of Beautiful Lots. a revival has taken place in this Over Monroe Chambliss Bank,Ocala. Pta..

lease on royalty communicate with him. engine room where before the services nearly forgotten crop, as a commercialindustry J :\THOMPSON._
On next Tuesday, March 29, Mr.
of two or three were required.The and it is to take advantage PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Joseph H. Phillips' willsell for Mr. D. Office over Teapot Grocery Opp Monte-tuna.
Ocala lee and Packing Comp: of this revival that the Inter OCALA. FLA.EDWIY .
Woodrow at public auction the
ny is composed of Messrs. J. M. state Sugar Cane Growers' Association -
Office next to Dr. Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala. Fla. beautiful lore on Fort King avenue SPENCER.::
Mettert and John H. Taylor, both of was organized ju Macon, Ga., _
near the residences of Mr.. R. A.
-- whou are too well known in thiscooiiuuuity May 6. 19)3, for placing the cane indus ATTORNEY AT-LA W,
Burford' l ami Mr. Jonu W. Pearson.For' OCALA. 7-S-v* FLORIDA
to u red any mtrfxlucii/u ry again upon a comoietfial !
King is tW Euclid avenuof
at our luQi'j' ami both me remark basis! i ; not only in the nuies of Georgia J 1!. CHASE 3. !
Oculj, and tbtbe Jots are Wuu ifully I -
ble for their forrMght au.1 i jUllgI t'ot. and Florida, but also in South DENTIST.
heated l aud tb. mos-c tillable building -
SENATOR TALIAFERRO Mr. better came to Ocala fro'ii Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi! and OCALA, FLApARLOS
a fits iu our city and have rapidly
Lowell five years ago and sine coining Arkansas, that posses! soils and L, SISTRCNK.ATTORNCYATLAW..
increased IL value in the last few
here hrs engaged in several enterprises rUoiatei equally fitted to enable then
mouM, and ire likely to become .
all of which have to participate iu this revivaL
Room. Masonic ,
still more valuable as the town Building Ocala. FU. 3 III
under his intelligent direr tion. He The size and sweetness of the cane
IN OCALA APRIL grows. t, ; 'i
has been successful as will man and .- can be improved and wade to head
,a Oue lot I hi to be given away free, \!\UcIVBX' anti MACKAt
in the manufacture lime:, baskets, I the list of profitable crops.
i and everyobe who attends the sale,
crates, etc. The Jacksonville convention shouldbe :
vt.., ,, U_ whether a purcher or not, is Habit to
Mr. Taylor has t>eeu engaged! in the largely attended.
.ASA ZLIZASSTl. SASSIS Local Sditer Mr. Philip Chszal after a few day's secure it.Read __ I
manufacture of all kinds of building
Severe Cold For Thru Month s. Rryk
Visit to bis brother the ndvfrtiviuent in to<1ji'spaper
Mr. L R Chaztl ?
i materials in Ocala since 1M 7, and has Tne following letter from A. J. Jfri

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. in this city left for .his home at been entirely !successful: and the two aud put yourself iu a positionto Nusbaum, of Yatesville, Ind tells its I

Charleston Tuesday. I. posies one of those UiOat desirable own story: "I suffered tor three I
together compose a firm tbat will
lots. months with a severe cold. A dru r
L. Horn and little \o,1If York, The OenU \\' wean much for upbuilding for Ocala. -I FUNERALDIRECTORS.:
tt'r is
Company enlarging gist prepared tie: some medicine and :

were in Ocala Tuesday.Mr. iu plant, putting iu addi- Well Pleased With Ccala. Off For California. a physician would prescribe for Illt"j'j'

Eleven years ago! Mr. F. 0. Potter yet I did not iw .ruyt'. I then .
tional hoileM in
et' order
Chas. Y. Miller, of L-rpy, was! to keep up It gives us treat pleasure to annouuc -
and Mr. John Clary married in this r'oley's Honey aud Tar, and eight -
with the >*th of the town.
among our visitors on Tusday. gn that Mr. F. K. Kaiser "
super doses cured Refuse
me. subsiiluusPostoffice (
cityMr.Poiur having come from California Have a full stock of Cofflni, Casketeand ,
Mr. E. W. Davis back from (.Jeorge Chamber is inteiideutof the Florida Meat Pack- > Druir Store. m
+is a now night a few years! before. Soon after Rurul Outfits. Special given to

toStarke. clerk at I be Ocala House ing Company, and Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, .. .
.: professional trip Forney his marriage be weut back to the I..1 "ittf.Embalming
\ Lancaster having proprietress of the Florida! House, to FOIEYSKIDNEYCOEEMakes
resigned then \
Golden state, bought a home aDd
Mr. E. C. Smith returned Wednesday to Order

announce to their friends and Xirfnevs and Bladder R-'M
tiou to ac.'et t one with hi.' fatppr.Mi nettled there permanently. Duringthe
from business visit Ganew.yule. .
t a to that they have rented the cottage of
"s Florae Condon has returned eleven years he hs visited Florida
Mr. H. C. Jones and will furnish the
from a month's! very d-H ghtful visit several times, bringing his wife
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Brown have returned same in a homelike manner for the
with her sister, Mrs. B W. McDonald with him. His last visit was about
from a short visit to Jackson accommodation of guests. STRAUSS & CO.
in Jacksonville.We r three months ago. The object of his
Mr. F. R. Kaiser, jr., will leave ,
ville.Mr. visit was to pursuade his brother-in-

Lee Cox, Is! in the city from regret/ to learn that Mrs. W V. tonight for Atlanta, Ga., to have all law, Mr. Clary to return home with OCALA FLORIDA,

Newsom has been quits sick for several the family furniture brought to Ocala
Jacksonville visiting his mother, Mrs. him and when the time for his depar

, W. 8. Pike. days. Her two young sons are also and make it their permanent home. ture arrived he bad persuaded Mr. Wholesale aQd Retail Liquor Dealers.

the sick list.
on Ocala congratulates herself on having
Mr. H. P. Whiteside, of Oxford, Clary to do so, who sold out, bag and
such an industrious and
brother Mrs. H. M. Simpson Mr... A. C. baggage and TUt'I.IayIr.. and Mrs.
Ala., it visiting his Mrs.
hopes to get more them.
Ocala Hou-e. Simpson, Mrs. Hague and son have Potter and two children and Mr. and
Whiteside the
Tbaries at
While Mr. Kaiser still retains! the
returned to Vincermec, Indiana, )Irs. Clary and two children left over

6heritfPriest, of Citrus county, was after spending a portion of the winer superintendeuey of the Florida MeatPacking the Atlantic Coast! Line for California.It .
Co., his wife and daughters
numbered among Ocala's visitors on iu Ocala with Mr. Simpson.Mr. will take them seven days and

........ will" look after the welfare of the
Tuesday. -- -
nights to make the trip across the con- !

f Mr. E. R. Traum melt, one of Lake- and Mrs. M. T. Welsh, Mrs. J. patrons of the Florida House and tinent. Mr. Potter is engaged in tock .

laud's most prominent citizens was in W. WeUh and Miss Welsh, of Newark the annex. raising, farming and merchandisingand STRAUSS' I IX L

N. J., who have been visiting
Ocala Tuesday. Wouldn't Let Him Retire. Mr. Clary will assist him in his
---- --- Mr. Christie Welsh at Cornell for
[ Mr. Mallory Liddon returned to At the last meeting of the Ocala opt rations.
several weeks, have returned home.
I "sub" of the Turpentine OperatorsAssociation [HEGISTEED]
P-trrisb Tuesday after spending a few ---- -- --- Klopstock Meeting.

: :J'd"8 at Lome.r Mr. Charles W. White, of New Col. 1!. L. Lang, it s
The German poet, Klopstock, was
r York, who has been visiting his honored and popular president tendered
the subject of discussion at the reading RYEFIVE
t : Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson and mother at Citra for several days, i is his resignation. Accompanying

: baby left Tuesday for a short trip to again a visitor to Ocala and is stopping the resignation was the statement! club which met Tuesday fti'r-
with Misses and Violet
t IkesburglVhituey and other place at the Ocala House.Mr. that as he had bold his turpentine noon Sara YEARS OLD.

t ---- Harris.
interests he was no longer eligible for
r Men"rll. David Barcus and E. L. The club was unusually well attended -
W. D. Condon whose serious
r the presidency or for membership.But .
I Warttnaun were visitors to Ocala on .
tr illness has already been noted in the "..ub" would not listen to and was a particularly interesting
, Wednesday. This is )Ir. Barcus' -
Mrs. G. 3. Scott'spaper
k these columns, still continues meeting.
very this and said they intended to holdfast
: first visit to Ocala Itt five
years. pick and is making on Klopatock was a very tine
, no improvement.This to him for the good he had alreadydone

, WaucD-Boys to make baskets at sac is regretted by his numerous and would see that he got back one aud was greatly enjoyed.

,, Ocala Manufacturing Co.. Ocala. Fla. 3-t5t! riends --- into the business in a very short Several selections from Klopl>tock's FoURDBottlsd:: yO

"Messiah Festival" and
, Fo& SAIE-A large horse suitable for term Mrs. J. R. Robertson, of Knoxville, while. "Spring

, "lurk. Inquire at Steam Laundry. 3'IS Tenu., has returned home after a visit The "sub" adopted Saturday, March2t other poems were read. Bottles,
P -- -- The day for the club haven = 12 $ 8 0
in this city with her sister, Mrs. J. H. >, as pay day and every four weeks meetings Deliver'dL .5
Lee Miller returnedTuewlay
: )'r. and Mrs.
n changed again to Tuesday afternoon I
fr afternoon from a few day'sTisit Benjamin. Mrs. Robertson before her I thereafter during the chipping season
and the week will
r marriage, was Miss Smith, of Ocala and thinks it would be a good idea !
to friends at Floral City. be with Mrs. F. A. .
I Teague.Mrs.
rr Her nephew, Laurie Benjamin, accompanied for the operators throughout thebtatelodo -

: Mr. A. man president of her Tennessee. lil:ewi14e.FOLEYSIIONIYANDTAR. : L. T. Tompkins ha been L ; ;

rC Water is visitor --
C d theO ala Company, a quite ill for several days out we: are

p to our city aud a gUt'811lt the.Ocala] FOES YSt ? EYM1 TAforckUd" I glad to learn that she was better ytcterday. I ,

r'e N House. -- '' '. aa.a lio ___ 4to-the cough Md he* *l\JDC' Orders Filled Same Day Received



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March "FENCE" 01? "NO FENCE?" /UI1l" fence li a miles' away, hurl', COTTON PLANT. I
: l $ I2OO. $ 200.I
mu-l u.ik hip Wit)' 10 that truce ill i I fr ,

This Question is the "Paramount or :'(.tr rat'h storm cut fallen timber Hot weather for March. j I I "

: April, MayThere I Issue" In Our Local Campaign.To otto and make reptirs. Rain badly needed.! I

Mr.Bi is away from homeduring the In our rambles this week we found: b j I
is a best time for doing the Editor oi the Ocala Banner.It
storm his, of the fence has That six members D. A. Walker's i
; part
trery thing-that is time when GIVEN AWAYBY
a a U to be hoped that no voter of II

thing can be done to the best advantage Marion county will be duped iuto en three trees across it or it is down in family were housed up with the

- r most easily and most efiectively. a place or two. The ever ready measles. That Charles Holmes is i I
voting for a legislator! with "uo (touct'
Now i is the best time "razor back" and his companions, fencing his farm with-not the j
lor purifying your blood. Why? I proclivities, that this question teouly
see their ilunce aud do their work AWt'ricliu-blit the Cotton Plant wire
your system is now trying a snare to catch the votes of those II

to purify it- you know this by the ] who are too iiulolfut to keep up their mostly:! at night and are hidden iu the of his own weaving That J. M. .----

pimples and other eruptions that i j owu property and wish it done at bogs and brush by day; they must be Smith, the pecan king, in this neck of I

nave come on your face and body.Hood's carefully hunted: and put out to the womb, lust uvcr a hundred panel .
public t'xpeDseseeu on its very
Sarsaparillaand I await another opportunity. of fence by forrest fires. That A. J.
face. It is, therefore- well to give the I
Mr. A formerly made all the meat Turner's fence met the same fate. j HAMILTON-BROWN CO.
Pills I matter a moment's consideration. THE SfjOE-
( aud lard he could use and sold the That Newcombe Barco lost 100 fence I
+ Are the medicines to take-they do j That the "no feuce" system is yet
rest to darkies. Now he has no pastureand posts: also. Tuat if you want to eat I
the work thoroughly and agreeably a delusion is seeii the moment we go
I must his thirty or ham equal to Beujiuiiu's and .
and never fail to do it. I below the surface. put forty

Hood's are the medicines you I bead outside the feuce and leave Armour's go and diu: with Mrs. J. )1.1
That it would be solely a benefit to
have" always heard recommended. the faxored few is admitted by all. theiu to care for tht-m>elves. In the Smith. That if you want a dish of I II With Every Pair of Their Shoes

,I cannot recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla full he goes to look for them but find straw berries fit for a: kiug call on Mrs.;;
too hirblr as a kprin: medicine. When we ; That the small farmer must go out of i
take it in the scrtair we all feel better through his Dr. Veal. That Dr. Veal That You Buy You Get
the summer." MBS. S. H. NIAU McCra1ll'a.Hood's | the stock business:: ; must buy hiswt'at no trace, piudars rot iu the field, is using toe a

Sarsaparllla promises to hiS smoke house has a forsaken ap- labor of a negro presentr this yeariustead
and lard at the grocers, we
cure and keeps the promise. I of "cornfield" he Chance at it.
| admit.' pearllUl't" and he rnjst: go to town for a darkey as ,

.+...............*....+... I. We admit it because we know that his meat and lard. did last year and thinks the' harvest

$ AXXOUXUEMEXTS. $ But why this reflection, why makes will be great.
.......... be is not able to pay: from six to ten .-- --- ----- -
...... ..*.... levithau out of a leech? Friend Bittiuger's platform is goodpraise
; dollars per acre for pasture land. .
FOR SiieRiFF-I hereby announce myself a can We know that one lone legislator! for his opponcl's efficiencyaud I GET PARTICULARS AT OUR STORE.
didate for the office of sheriff of Marion county, 1 If be could buy it he must put a
subject to the action ot the deruocrrtk primary.If I cannot enact this law, still we must ability, the abseuceof the big "1" <
fence around it that will withstandthe
nominated and elected I promise to performthe keep on our guard and talk them and little"You'and tbe unwritten I
duties of said office to the best of my ability, onslaughts of restless, crowded ,
HEXRYGORDOX.FOR over among ourselves law says be can have! the office. j
i stock. !: It is the coustit'itioual! right of the The man who can see much good Iu i ibis Come and Let Us Sell You a Pair of the
REPRESENTATIVE. He is sometimes not able to buy it
T. the Drmnrratif Vulfrt of Marian county, ,. voters to vote on ell important questions : neighbor will do to truat.: I i
if he has the money as a greater part
F/orMa. ''! and no law of such importance A Cotton Plant boy, now a man { Best Shoes Made and Give You a
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the of the open laud is owned by speculators I
legislature from Marion county, subject to the should be passed unless advised by a whom we respect or his sterling'I '
who will wait several years yet
democratic primary and solicit the support of majority of tha voters and if paaaed worth, will lead to hymen's: altar ou ;' Chance to Win Enough so as to
my democratic in hopes of better prices. I
friends.CARLOS.SISTRUNICFOR without that advice should be referr April ilst oue of Fellowship's fair and j !
!i We all know that there are tens of
ed back to the people of the county handsome maidens. May their Ipathway i be Shod the Rest of Your Life
SHERIFF-I respectfully announce my I thousand of acres owned by the
candidacy for sheriff. If rle-ted I promise to aud only be operative after their through life be strewn with
federal and state governments or by
discharge the duties of the office faithfully impartially !sanction. roses. i FREE.
and to the very best of my ability. uou-redeuLs which, under the "nofence"
J.L.SMOAK.: Voters look before!' you leap. Favorable seasons: and a goals i
system, would available to
RICHARD W. EKVIX.BEUEVIEW. market for vegetables wil put Ne-l i
PTbLK uo one for The
the columns ot the combe Barco in shape to spend the
hSTU'CTlos-Through grass that had before yearly maintained .
ass.the support of the citizens:: : of
Banner I summer at Saratoga.
thousands of cattle would The Boston Store.
Marion county for the nomination of county :
I wish ,. Mrs. Dr. Veal has a flower gardtu
Superintendent of Public grow, whither and die as the seasons Mrs J. B. Kulms and Mrs. Dr.
to thank them for pat favors and if re-elected that for variety and beauty, i is bard to
schools while cattle that had bteu Evans of Pittsburg Pa. the ..
1 hall make every effort to improve the changed, were :
along all lines. Respectfully.V. used to roam at will over the open guests of Mr. and Mrs. F:. H. While
\ D. CARX. ,. J-iiie Gilbert, Mrs. Henry W. c. i. GRACE
couutiy would now be sold for what last week.
FOR SUEKIKK-I hereby announce myself a Long aud Mrs. W. E. Veal att ul1oo8t'rvil'tI
the could l I.e half After a visit of two mouths to her
.rion owners get, or kept
sheriff of M
candidate for the office ot ? the Successor to Central lumber C..
at Presbyterian church in j
county subject to the action of the democratic fed and half starved iu over crowded ,, sou, True Writtier, in Tampa, Mrs. I' Dealer In
held :May 10, and it elected wilt Ocala Sunday.Mr. .
to be
attend to the duties of the office to the best of pastures. :; Annie Whittier returned Thursday Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCetting.
J. E. Howell is in
Tampa on
my ability. Soliciting the support of the democrat Hut the meanest and lamest phase 'I much improved in health. and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. .

voters.I am Yours FRANC etc. : PFLOT. of this question has been sprung on 1 Miss Julia Payne also returned business.Mr. Manufacturer of
, the people of the county within the : Thursday: after au absence of nine L. C Bell of Archer, passed Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

FoR TAX ASSESSOR-Believing that 1 have last month, namely, the "local weeks, during which time she: has between through Cotton Plant laai wtek Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
filled the office of Tax Avsevui to the satisfaction two suns.
Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I :
ol mot people and knowing that I am option" "no (puce," veritable boom :I been employed as trained uur-e for am constantly

now qualified and equipped to do the work of as erang. A policy that would permit i Mrs. Chambliss, iu Ocala. --. --- receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

:well Marion as any county one for Irespettfullyaskthevoters a re-nomination on the toth one district to fence itself in and ;:: Miss Hattie Smith spent several FOLEY5KIDi1YCUF': ; sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly

of May. ALFRED AER.FOKTUK turn ill stock among the people of : days last week at her home in WillUton. Makes Xidaev and Bladder R'I .

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Marion county LEGistAtr in the next K-l want legislature to represent and to the next and thus enjoy pasturage i ...................................OS...
property belonging others. | )Jr.\. L. Lokwood, wifr and
of all democratic citi- .
that end solicit the vote I
The who would not do this daughter of Gardner, Mass., are latearrivals
at the coming primaries. man
U compelled to fence twice or sell his i I and occupying the Libbey ( 3

FOR COLLECTOR announce my candidacyfor stock. He must buy pasture land and j Irootage..
the offlaof tax collector for Marion county .
have it home I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cox-well left
subject to the action of the democratic party at 'oukll.I't't'r to at for ) S .

the primary to be held My 10.K !: convenience. This would make the on the midnight train Monday for
laud increase him Danbury, C >un., where they were
------- --- :: price, causing to < S

FOR THE LccisLATCRb hereby announce pay double the worth." He must called to the bedside of both Mr*. ;

my from candidacy Marion county lor member subject to of the the action legislature of the :;: fence his pasture securely and be- Cogswell! father aud mother. who are : The Plat of Ground lying on the Eastern part of Ocala :

democratic primtrt to be held May :o. :'' aide: tub must build and keep ini critically ill.
CEO. G. -'TIi"WS. : I
I i i i I order his share of the community Fifteen of the trieuds of the Hev. I on Fort King Avenue opposite the Residence of Col. R. A. :
-The fnelldsofj.Cj j II
FOR TAX: AMitssm many I
fence. Mr. Jones tendered him surprise
Mathews throughout the county, recognizing ,
s hU worth and ability, hereby present his :i Let us See how a community or party Saturday night to celebrate his : Burford, and now owned by D. S. Woodrow, will be cut :
to thedelU..lic'otrtsOl Marion county I l
name .. district fence U maintained. Are the I! birthday, wnicb occurred on the 3 ih
fur the nomination for tax v* x>r iu the appruachinK -

primacy rk-ctiou. 1,i people ready for socialism It is avery i iust. : into Residence Lots and Sold at AUCTION on Easy :
MANY CzTizE.s : '
._u_ _._ _' ___ -. pretty picture, indeed, to iuiag- )Ir. and Mrs. Charles French and S S

FOR Cut'stJI'I'<.I\-1 hereby announce my sue that ou a set dare all: the peopleof daughter, Mi;-s Abby, were the first Payments onTUESDAY
cannidacv for re-election to the office of county .
J judge; subject to the action of the democratic ( community, whether they voted : of the cottage contingent to leave for I .

primary to be held May II), that ; for would their northern home I leaving on the
or agiiust the no fence be ; ,
R'\l\lIt BVLLOCK. IFok I AT 9:30 A. M.
: MARCH 29Tij : :
: : I ou hand with tools and material to ;; noon train Monday tor Bridgeport, .
Cot'KTV Trst'.uiee.-Lf in the judg '
construct mitts offence Conn. r r
forty or more
went of the people ot Miriou county I have ) 9 .

faithfully ant befitting discharged the duties : horse huh, "razor back" tight Mr. and Mrs. Leonard: and four b
of county treasurer; I resjxxtfully aJ, their support i:
and bull strong.j children left for south Carolina TuesI $
in the approaching democratic primary I $

TltUS. K I'AitKllt. I I j It any community, before "the\ I day. THE TERMS (ARE EASY. ONE LOT TO BE GIVEN (WAY 9

I Mrs. E. W. White and Mrs. J. B.
pluuse iuto a tt>k of such diw u. :
FOR CIKKK Cmct'iT COl'IlT-l hereby announce j I 9
Kulms left eduesday to attend the
my candidacy tor re election to the office i I ions, first try this! save plan Mi |I U
ol clerk of the circuit court subject to the i I II i convention of the Christian church : and
i: fence their grave yard or school lot Only 25 per cent. of the purchase FREE every one who at
action of the dewo>cratic'ott'rs at the primary. II now going on at Tampa. J $H. 9
election to be held May 10, I 04 1 take this opportunity property and 'from iheir success m
to thank th** who have supported I| GAIIERV1UE.UaitetTille : price cash and the balence in :
me in the past and trust my record in the office I this they draw proper conclusions. I tends the ale11 be entity to a

has been such as to eo&blc them to vote for I j IV uot for '
ruptoe a moment that is'tr dry aud dusty.Oats .
one and two with interest at 8 a
S. T. S TRINK : years
; meagllD. the lUau who opposes the measurecan and all crops generally are neeil- 'I chance on it w&e&er: ot set tineS )' .

fOB SKEl candidate for the oifice cf Sheriff of Marion have not finished planting yet, owing
county,subject t.>the Democratic primaries to i feuce building; rather make sure he to the dry weather. bid or buy.FREE. .
be held on the iota of May next and respectfully '' dots nat destroy it after it is built. : lies in the highest and most desirable -
solicit the support ol all the Democratic j I'I' All the same, wet or dry, last week i| .,

voters of Marion county. Respectfully ., Any man's mule or razor back way ., was a busy oue here :stockmen made { residence section of Ocala and is S

JOHN. P. GALLOWAY.fOK !, escape trout his tnclosure and destroyhis use of the time in gathering their I
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MEMBER OF SCHOOL Saar..I respectfully i value of choice vegetables beforediscovered. cattle, which shower up better than I : sure to more than double in value CARRIAGES TO THE: : '

announce ru\self a candidate for reelectionas any one thought could be possible I

a member of the Board of Public Instructionfor after seeing so many dead ones in the I :
Marion county from the Third District: subject Fires aud falling timber will destroy woods.Mr.C.. I in a very short time. GROUNDS :
to the action ot the prima election to beheld
May i". 1404. B. R. BUTCH. parts of the fence, probably so remote Holmes, of Rock Springs, ) S

from setrletuents that the first accompanied by his children, Miss i f
FOR ScruuxTsjpkst w PVW.IC;: Issun Erne aud Johnnie visitors, j jl : wiil leave the '
TION.-I announce injsclf a candidate lor news!' our terrapin friends will haveof were in our Carriages court house promptly at 9 a. mon :
> l last week and enjoyed
w. county superintendent of public instruction of the mishap will u the hogs in theme''
Marion county subject> to the democratic pri I selves immensely. Mr. I the morning of the sale and will carry .every oni uric :

miry of May 10. If elected I shall work bur the tht-ir potato patch and the cons in au old friend and we glad welcome j

best interests of the schools and countyRespectfully. the eoru. him and hi!'. i wishes to go to the sale free of charge. Everybody is ia- .
Gates ou public highways are conceded Miss Inez Rocs: and Mi..s I'.cCreery I!
Central. FU.FOR vited to take the ride. This sale is for white people only. 9
----- made a pleasant visit to Early bird:
| by all to be a nuisance and are 9
COMSiuaosKR.-1 hereby ask the support Saturday, returning tucday. Sale conducted by the National 9
of the democratic voters of the sth district sometimes left open.Mr. Another Sunday school for Uaiter- 9 Reality Improvement oo
for my election as a member of the board of .
A. acres under 9
forty feuce.
ville was organized last Sunday at .
county cowmUsioaers, and will it elected do
my duty as a representative of the entire The district votes for "no fence," he l'nioul church UOUM?. We 9 JOS. H. PHILLIPS Pres. 9

county \\', D. BOBBITT. must keep up his share of fence, say a gladly welcome them and wish them ,

FOR Cbthztis1OSEI.-Ihereby announce my- mile; he cannot well afford to buy God's speed.'
Mr. G. O. Turner, wife and chil- : For Further Information See H. B. f.
for election member of I.ot
self a Candidate re .as more fence, to he lakes up his home Phillips; General Manager, 0.U
the board at county cou mta i *rs hope dren and Mrs. R. D. Stokes and baby
Ocala- Fla.
that my past record ia this capacity U: such: that fence and moves it away to the required were visiting relatives and friends at House .
the'\'Oten.r the second district can support me
Hue. Blitchton Saturday and Sunday.

at the primary to be held May la.U...W LOG.c : Soy he required to keep up this UXCLE JOE. :..................-...................: #

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THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR At a Lovely Rose Receptien Compli. e ;;+oz=: +rea :Ma a_ h ,
.,- military to Her Daughters Mrs '
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McKean and Mrs. Miller. :r. a tc pr.
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, Another beautiful spring event was 1

'{ Mrs.V.. S. Bullock's afternoon re- : k- .. ,

RoYqQ ctptlou Friday compluueuUry to

j her daughters: Mr (teorie Robinson
1I;:Kern and Mrs.! Clwes: Vrmiiau ,

Miller, two brides of the past season, '
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their marriage having taken place j l ; : t

four months ago. : T I

I The afternoon was a beautiful one

an uuuually!! large number ot ladies

f fj were present Mud many handsome

new sprint; goWn and hat were in

bAkifiG evidence.
' i Mrs. Chas. Hheiuauer and Mrs. G. III i
tI .
- I S. Scott welcomed the: callers at the

. door. In th.. receiving hue with Mis!
POWDER Restaurant Pavillion World's Fair St. Louis I
Bullock, Mrs. cKean: and )lIs. ,

Miller were Mrs. B. J. Potter sod
f ff Pure
Absolutely I
Mrs. McKeau au l MM.I Millar looked -

t ITISA MATTER HEALTH I lonely in their wedding gown; : Twenty Years a Resident-His Business S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

f ". ,.. Mrs. Bullock wore black; uet, Mis.Potter's I Ability-Always Fair and Just.

Wilt black lace and : !!
----- -- - gown
I the S'sr takes iler.r in calling Livery and Sale Stables
Mrs Cln zl's was black silk.A I 'h| -attmii'iti of r.-ad'-tstoMr J.L. j I ,

SENATOR TALIAFERRO IN prolu-ion of beautiful loses wt-r.. -in .MU'I niiimuiK-elurllt fur sh.ritt'Ihrli ]!
< We the
carry most complete l
** in ihsc fi.lumus.Viine .
used: as decorations and in e\'d.Y <'ou- I iippear
I I \ : )1:. Muoik ii hot a native lino of Harness. ..
ceivable: place were immense; hunchesof Saddles: etc .A
Floridian! lierame here \uty years
these beautiful. flo''ers. Pink ago, just as lie began life HS M young in central Florida and will giveour ... .

OCALA APRIL 2. ruses were used in the parlor and the man, from the ukl! Palmetto state. '' .ht .
; pitrons the \en' lowest 1$:, ,
ladies receiving each curried a bouquet He settled HI Fleiiiiueton and workedat r"Y It9

: of pink roses his trade, bla<"kMnithins. slid \"t'- prict's.re are thoroughly f#' '. ,it:1J." t'

hid 1-uiidiuf.: Some liv- \ear'lrltr l '.;. .
t\. '
i i. The visitors were a-ked iuto the limod ti> ih- out -kir's of Ocala.her' .' equipped for fitting out turpentine -
POLITIC lL j Mr. Piulip Cbaul, of the Shepard living room by Mrs. Mallory Liddou /J.
be |l'Ii.C! his trade and dui well : and lumtieT team: *. gear, 'l1W
j Lab -r .tort', of Charleston, S. C is where they were served, punch by Hot that he hit" mutilated wealth, I. "'
Liddon and Miss Yaleta tin better ban reared. who INO I visiting his "NlherIr.. L. R Cbazal. Miss Johnnie a family ..... ...
This are an ornament to the community.Mr. ,....:.'--I.. ..' _"'_ 'If.
Potter. prettily
room was very
i! The Oi-ala Fair Association will Sajoak does not pose as a supe- We always keepn hand a full line uf Columbus and Summers:
hold its auuuil meeting on the 12 decorated with bamboo and a quantity rior citizen, but presents his claims! as. Buggies and "\\'hift' Hickory" Turpentine: and Farm \\ ayfn"urth : .
of white roses. \ tilde Court HOIIM Ova la. Flu
good all round whose recordfor
I of April at the Central National a man,
Taliaferro Will not After visiting the punch table Mrs. twenty :years in Marion county i iI U -
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; I Albert E. Gerig s_w that the ladies I I before you. He has lived au earnest, --

Until April I Mrs Steveusaud little daughter, of found their way into the dining room, hon st, conscientious life. He has l.'I-IE CLUB HOUSE

: | May! Held, Ky., ar, visiting the family : given an honest day's work for its ,
didates Are I which was particularly lovely.On --
of sir*. Steveus1 brother, Mr. R. L. equivalent. He is a man cf good I I
Ii the serving table was a red rose : business ability, fair and just in all --
We recei"ed a Audt>roou.! .
embroidered center piece and a low his dealings with his fellows, and if
Cuisine First Class. )Dates Reasonable
from Jacksonville :Jlr.:411au \Vaikley left Monday for bowl of exquisite red roses aud from I elected to toe responsible positionwill .
conduct the office he has done .
l Memphis, TVnn., where be has accepted the corners of the table to the cbau I: as "I.
1 V that his bUiiUf'i8-with fidelity. He seeks
announcing II 1 a position with the American delier was draped roses of sWilax'l! jour suffrage and the Star takes Refurgished Throuq1out.} Special Rates by Month.

Taliaferro is sick in I T btwo Company.i On the sideboard there were al pleasure in presenting his claims to

s i eral vases of red ro:'e*. Many compliments the democratic voters of Marion -
of fever Mr. Ueorije F. Ditluiar, of Holder, I
I recurrence on the effectiveness and Ocala Daily Star. March 1. 3114t

r %*d will be ;! general superintendent of the Butt. beauty this loom were expressed.At ---- I ::>11tom.'t'FI's=_ .1. llaI\i: R PllOP I
'F. impossible ; genb.h Phosphate Company, was in The Harris Nickel Plate Shews. _
one end of the table )lr8. C. R- ,
fill his 1 0 -ala' Monday True to southern custom the peopleof .
engagement ,. Tydings poured the cottee wbile at -- --
Ocala! aud surrounding couuuy
in Ocala on : MURijsor, of Allendale, S. C., the other the tea kettle was presidedover gave the Harris Sick 1 Plate how Special Sale Sewing Machines.,

: who has t.e'-n spending the winter in Mrs. B T. Sistrunk.
The is two good audiences Friday and Friday We haioal'irtfc number n VVMSIK .Uacliiiiohiliai lame been
26. meeting ; O'-ala "ith rt'.iI'es, returned how Misses Alice Bullock, Janet Weathers ii.ed-ooiiii' but Httli'-lliiil ucnil eio"'* out at n"l'JuiIl11rh'.ti.iiiacliincx .
It i is nice clean kbow .
night. a ,
II 'l'lu..e liait' been l2n niiuhly oierhanliil 113 ex
postponed until Mond.y afternoon I' Annie Atkinson, Sue Andersonand and one that can be appreciated by pcrit nets. \t..rUiuvn and all itorii i artroplactsl mid m) <(,' aHTM ,.
-- ------ Louise Scott assisted Mrs Tyd- good :t. lirr'serv'ice. ll-icli nrurha cU! adjusted, Irlotl, and
Mrs Henry W. (.ougll.ud :\Iil'\lJlI.ue. all, especially the children, there b.- ,
April 2Opposing unralllt't'd tee tiu lu-rlVcl finny buoys it lea "' our More ('nobt"
Oilier', of Mrtel, were visitors to lugs! and Mrs. Sistruuk in serving the I ing quite a number of children connected seen and triMl.. if refreshments. \ Mill .oll the'.e utachiiwr)' low (or t-asli. Prii-e run
i sIt Sunday Hud attended s-rvil.'e at with it. Th Armstrong and from SI O; 'liUa bur;;.iiutil the pricfWe
it After leaviuv the dining room the ujt"ub.ltu' the i-elebraled,v Home' and "la.'t"r
didates and the Presbyterian church.If Jeuuiey children- the trapese elicited are
guests passed through the library onto A WlUoir' .ew ing 5Iaeliinew or uitlionl ')iiilon-liolc at-
a good deal of
quite applause, taehuient.CJraphophone.
[ candidates will be it is a bilious attack, tike Cham- the large: veranda, which had been .
and justly too, as they are all splendid aud r,'K'ord. A GrtphopbuueanddItecordt
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets transformed iuto a summer sitting for S.I.tW Furniture and Ilou.e 'urlllilblnJ{ Good-4 at
be with Senator and a quick rt'll'lt! is certain. For in their various act*. "S:1I1TII'S.' Special attention to mail orders

sale by all druggists and medicine room and was voted cue of the most Master Ira Millette, as a bareback Ocala Furniture Company. .
that attractive places in the Here
on day. bouse.
dealers. m
rider and clown, was a prime favorite _
.ter.-.w -
Mr. Henry Davis, of Gainesville, Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and Mrs. A.It with the little folks! as well as the

r FL 5ASA EL1ZAEETE! HARRIS came. down to Ocala Sunday for A Colborn, of Michigan City, Ind., entertained grown ones. He is only five years old t .'J

snort visit with friends here. He returned the guests who tarried for and has been with the Harris show THE BEST LINIMENT :
some time enjoying the delicious
HAPPENINGS .T"I home Monday.Mr. for two years. In the World for IJ
t, breezes aud beautiful music played by This show still shows its determi anythingthat ,

'I'roupeIaxwell: of Jacksonville Prof. Fishel and Prof. Goodsell.
nation, as it always has, to allow no ii
r Mr. T. A. Mitchell, of in Ocala with his Mrs. Bullock's Liniment is neededfor.
spent Sunday reception was one of gambling or skin games to operate on a I {
was in Ocala Monday. who the of the most of the a
wife anti baby, are guests delightful unusually the grounds.

WANTED-To buy \' Mr. and Mrs 6. A. RavvU. large: number of pleasant affairs that ----- -
Children's Coughs snd Colds.
peanuts. Ocala Seed have been given in Ocala during the
Hon. R. A. Burford left Sunday fo Mrs. Joe McGrath, 37 E. lt St.
past winter and spring.
Mr. J. U. C. Dunn, of Tallahassee on official business connected Hutchinson, Kan., writes: "I havegiven
the Miss Alice
During evening Bullock
f- Fla., pant: Sunday in O with the Atlantis Coat Line, Ballard's Horehound Syrup to
K i gave a most delightful party to my children for coughs and colds for
tor which he is the attorney.Mr. .
.\ little daughter aa quite a number of her young friends. the past four years, and find it the KILLS PAIN
:\ best medicine I used. Unlike i
; and Mrs.! Otto Grothe E. \V. Davis, of the law firm of ever
Cures Sciatic RheumatismMrs.
many cough syrups it contains no tI
noon. Davis i to Starke
-- Allred & went: up JIII
: A. E. Simpson, 590 Craig St., opium, but will soothe and heal any
Mrs. Percy Williams! of Monday to argue a case before Judge Knoxville: Tenn., writes June 10, disease of the throat and lungs quicker I ;

ia vliitiug her mother, i Wills of the eighth.1 judicial circuit. 1599: I have been trying the baths of than any other remedy. &.. ou\:.

Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism and $ .OO Antimonopoly DrugStore ..
Miss Katharine Pfeiffer: who habl't'D aud Co. .
man.Mr. but I get more relief fromallud's lydmgs& m '
U.- C. Looney
Mrs. F. ""
the guest of her sister, Show Liniment than
any Miss Annie, Jessie and Mildred WANT __
from a visit to his sister G. B. Weihe for the past six weeks! ; other medicine or anything I have \IfXTE...................
Nurney, of Suffolk, Va., who have
,. .. vllle, Ga. left Monday for her home in Jackson- ever tried. Enclosed find postoffice
Grower in the
------- order for fl. Bead ine a large bottle spent the past month in Ocala the Every State

: Mrs. Smithof ville. by Southern Express." Sold by Antimonopoly guests! of )Ir. and Mrs. Jack Camp, To Have Our Books:

I N the guest of her friend, : lUv. L. W. Moore, pastor of the Drug Store and 'fyding! & left Monday afternoon for their home.

sick (_,o. FLOIilDt VEGETABLES" complete manual ou Fl >rda: .
". M.-Ivrr. --- Methodist church has been quite in The Misses Nurney have been among crop
-- .'FU lUU\ \XGE.Cti---Book of special interest to Orange Gro.'m.
E Mr. and Mr J. J. for several days past and was unableto Mr.V.. J. Kountz, Miss Kountz, the most admired and popular visitorsin
WBEIUUE.BollkM "SoilVarietiesCuliln
"}'LOIU IU oa *
'; Monday from Weirsdale, conduct services Sunday morning Master Kountz aud nurse, of Alle Ocala this winter and their numberless it'll, and Frrtilizaiiou"

I -pent !Sunday; with friends. or evening. gheny. Pa., are guests at the Ocala friends regret their departureand "IKISII l'OT. '.'OES"-BIkltot oo Soil, geed, Planting and Cull lveting,
I Kffrcl "f Fertilizer, During.and ejlinurjg."
House! and ,expect to remain in the hope they will return to Ocala
'. Mrs. J. H. Spencer, Mr. Shuey, the S. A. L. :yard master I'I 'PIXEAPPLE FEUTILlZIXG-Of fefwial interest to pinupplettrowers.
E city for about. ten days. Mr. Kountz next winter.It I .

t, quite sick for several w celebrated hU sixty second birth is the owner of the Commercial Bank is still easy sailing for Messrs. S. \ *'IDI: U. FEItrLlZEIlS*"-Oook showing all our diflrrrnt brands,
to be up and about again. his twenty ninth marriage noal\b, price, etc.
day and building. They have been spendingthe T. Shtrnnk,clerK: of the court Gen.
I New and Revised Editions of above,just published sent FREE for the tsklar.
)Ir. F.L. Watson pent anniversary Monday. Mr. Shuey winter at different resorts In Robert Bulloek, judge of the county

f -. Jacksonville with his I has lived in Ocala eleven years. and Florida and were in Ocala earlier ia court and Capt. E. L. Carney, collect WILSON & TOOMEi; .FERTILIZER COMNY

f ,- visiting her mother there. has never been sick a day. the winter. 0T of taxes. I
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I the lateues-t of the early HUBBARD & MA000FPHEADQUARTERS i

Mr. P. Juneau lAM up from Floral A LIGHTMM. )LN.1.n. I morn in.: train the speakers (exceptMr. i J E. L. Carney, Tax Collector, in Account :;
City Saturday.Mrs. d "'.Jeck t'f.awl." -r.l ll :-'I. Pat.ieti's I With Marion County, 1903 |
Cheats) decided to spend the I II
{ Day wan urivru iu Silver FOR
Clifford, of Eustis, is visitingher I Springs tiy Dr. \V. C. Lindsay and a night at Leesburg so did not reach I 1904- I:I II II

daughter )Irs. Robert boat ride on the I eautiful bo.,oui of Ocala in time to till the forenoon appointment I
Taylor. County Schools
that stream thrilled him with tc tacy and the speaking did not I AND HOG FENCE
j Feb. Uncolleeted.. .. .. .$18,531 51 AMERICAN FIElD
Mr. Charles. White, formerly and when he returned to Ocala: in
take place until Saturday night. 75
I Mch 1-By treasurer's ree't. 1,229
Citra, but now of New York just three ijuartrrs: of au hour by the rca!.
City, Those who Messrs. Ellis snr"
spoke were .
watch be dashed ott the following -;- -

spent Saturday in Ocala. "lightuinsj jingles."-F.D. OCALA Thomas, Crawford and SheaU. Balance uncollected.$17,31 76 .!. -, !.-....... -.....ro. I J ,. 4T .lioLt.T -, *

The many friends of Mr. Jesse U BANNER] The speeches were all along appropriate County ProperFeb. I ;. ....,I,-,:.- :_ _._.I;'..,... t 1 I,.$. _, ,,_. f t r. 533!f .

Miller Oh bursting,bubbling giant spring I libes; were well received and : Uncolleeted.. .. .. .$ 7.420 63 .-.I,---,.,- -''-.-..ro...._: ( If I I :, I t :

will be sorry to learn that he is Where artists rave and poets sing liberally applau,led. Jlch. 1-By treasurer's rec't. 491 90Bal.mc --. I'. ,'- ,-.-., .6.-. r': I[(, 1 t'f"; :"' ... I r------. --- ---. r" I .' ,

crioub'y ill at the hospital. Thou won Jeroua offspring-mother earth. -I.....--,I--- ,- '--" -4H5.! .r-.r_... r. __,_:.::!. or. ,
Stilt laboring, toiling in thy birth. We are sorry: that time and space : t : 1. ;
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uncollected. $ 6,92 : "" "
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Begun Mr. A. B. Striven, of Fairfield, was When savages thy praises sung. forbid our commenting upon them County Roads ---r---r---., f t----(} ._ ".- --.- r ..

among the shoppers in Ocala Satur. And millions let unborn will blaze, more extensively.The Feb. 1-L'ncollected.$11,130 90 -- --...;.-------. I:1. --.o'G9 .. __;r-4St _-* -! ,- m -."

day and made the Ocala Banner a With inspiration in thy praise. ---- Meb.1-By treasurers rec't. 737 S5 I .-. '_-_.".--.-,_.-..-:_-....-..Cy.-..,...-."W-_ ........ -._---- ......;'"_ _=_ .-
Ere thou art truly fully born. New Ice Factory. it.,csr rtIs peela:lie;, Hors unJ Citl't s j I.
pleasant call. It may be on the juftment morn jy. u.3.fir a in. ..,-'.. :;tJ.i: 12 i.l. cro L-:. apartMarie
That thou wilt go where angels fell The Ocala Ice and Packing Com Balance uncollected. ... ..$10,393 05

Mr. and Mrs Utorge K. Robinson To quench the burning thirst in hell, puny belonging to )[e.-"r". Meflert & County F. and'F. c f I'srse, strong. high-tsrati-s steel .wire, heavily pi.\'an.A '

and daughter Satur For thou art all that's needed there Feb. Uncollected... .. .. .$ 1.S55 13 -.;;.i." prc'rlca f'Texj.unsio:. a.i i c.ncatlOl Is practical.y e. r
Hope returned their ice Monday
To make Hades a land most fair. Taylor began making .
Mch.1-By treasurer's rec't. 122: : 99 !:tti'r hoes Vvrcn*, no titter how great a strain is ptt: 0 ,
day afternoon from short visit And down in Arizona too
a to Ye gods!how they would welcome you, afternoon. ; ) Jt's.nt ir.uti'iate; but does, f-.acienrly, turn cattle: horses, his

relatives at Gainesville.Mrs. And;vender in New Mexico The building is now complete and Balance uncollected... ... .$ 1,732: 16 an I pi>r5CVERY
I Where centipedes and cacti grow. is modeled after the most approved
Poll Taxes, Etc
Harvey Hutchinson, after a Where thou alone could:,'t inigate AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby
methods, the plans and specifications Feb. Uncollected.. .. ...$ ,595 00 I
week's visit to Mrs. M. E. Robinson That rotire torrid sunshine state.
in Where lungless lungers rusticate ba'ingJe t'11 furnished by a New I Extras collected... .. 39 00 the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show yon L,,1ft
this returned her home
city, to at But people here can't understand York firm that make a specialty of I : --ill save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fence
Gainesville Saturday.Mr. "Unless the've seen our Rio Grande, $ 2,634 00
As dry as Hades and as hot. of this character. The I
--- ---- buildings Sludiier
What wondro-ts Measures you have got IKh. 1-By treasurer's rec't. 207 00 : Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Econoy Cora

T. A. O'Sell, of Savannah, In these majestic bubbling springs, machinery and everything connected 00' Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash Blinds Etc.

representing a Boston shoe house, With orange groves and other things with this new plant is entirely mod Balance uncollected... .. .$ 2,427 ,

was in Ocala Saturday interviewingour With which the Lord is blessing you Of it is needless to Sub Schools Ocala Fla.
And yet you 11 always find it true. ern. course say Hubbard & fflacduff, ,
merchant fret and Feb. Uncollected. .. .. .$ 6.314 93
That somehow growl
people that it will be helpful to the growth
And raise the duce and kick and howl Mch. 1-By treasurer's rec't. 470 99 -
Because the Lord sends too much rain of our city.
.\Ir. and Mrs. W. K. McDonald
who Lave been living Jacksonville, Or too much sunshine,and again Colds are DIft erous. Balance uncollected.... .$ 5.S43 94 ..........................
They grumble if there's too much breeze,
.. rfor several years ",'iIlleue shortly for And when He sent killing freeze How often you hear it remarked : License CollectedFeb. I Goods Delivered Write for Price LIst. I ;
f" The faint of heart gave up the ship. 1. .. .. .. . .. .$ 124 00 an free.
-Quiacy, Florida, to reside. And let their chances slip. "It's only a cold"and a few days later
quitting )[ch. 1-By treasurers rec't. 124 00 .
Oh.cola! "which means Callahan learn that the man i is on bis back
The newspapers in Florida are now \breviatedIrbbman, S MTh er
with pneumonia. This is such com State of
Is what ye are and this I say
running along very similar lines. t .
Beceause of this St. Paddy's day.:' Marion .
'1 mon occurrence that a cold, however county.I
; We remember never before to have O'Callahan it might have been. .
slight, should not be disrcgerded. S. T. Sistrunk clerk court, s
In early days some wild spalpeen.
seen anything like it. Who settled from the emerald green, Cnamberlaic's Cough Remedy counteracts hereby certify that the foregoing is a .

came Gave you the name Callahan. any tendency towards pneu true and correct statement of the col .
Mr. Charlie up from For ever since the world began lector's with Marion
monia. It always cures and is pleasant county I

Plant City to attend the funeral of And Sure Pat Patrick O'Cala-h was a pioneer came here. to take. Sold by all druggists and and the sub school districts as th* = 1 b1 YEAR U '

his father, Mr. C. H. Cress, which However,be that as it may. medicine dealers. m same appears upon'the books of my of- $

took place at 10:30 o'clock Saturday Ocala you are called today.
Funeral of Mr. Cross.
And here is what I've got to say. my hand and official seal .

uoruiag. To think that you have such a prize Mr. C. H. Cress, who died of paralysis I this 7th day: of March A. D. 1904.S. m

:tIre and Mrs. D. B. Woodrow and A Right funeral at your-say door-go Ocala's advertise dead. Friday morning, was buried Sat. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.A L.."

daughter, Mrs. Berry Hiss and litttle Let enterprise come here insteadOf urday morning at the old cemetery.The Visit From the Candidates. .

girl and Miss Esther Weathers have EUe stolen-send bottles your advertising lazy louts.scouts following gentlemen acted as The Ocala Banner enjoyed a very $ e T .

Cone to East Lake Weir to spend a Around the world and while they sing pall bearers: Maj. T. D. Lancaster, pleasant visit Saturday afternoon .

few days camping., The Proceed praises to organize of your Silver and start Spring: Capt. G. C. Stuart, Messrs. D. E. from Gl'n raI1'homa.s. of Tampa, candidate .

Mr. J. J. Watson, Florida represen A health resort with mind and heart Whetstone, E. T. Williams, A. S; for adjutant general; Hon. W. .
Combining with enterprise: '
tative of the Jesse French Piaoo Com The faith and hope your to analyze Gates, and S. L. Bitting. N. Sheats, of Tallahassee, candidatefor .

pany, is in the city looking after the The blessings God has sent Ocala. Rev. L. B. Warren, of the Baptist superintendent of public! itstru- .
Don't skin a flee to get the tallow.
interests of that company. He says Be broad and generous quick to see church, conducted the funeral tiou; Hon. Henry Clay Crawford, of .

; business in the musical line is on the The blessings D humanityThat services.Mr. Tallahassee, candidate for secretaryof i s ,apt r 24r4 .
utilized would give tame. n
rise all over the etaU. And then proceed to change you your name. Cress was a soldier iu a Penn state, and Hon. William H. Ellis, W .

Mr.and Mrs. Charles E. Taylor are Put on a green and orange dress sylvania regiment during the Civil. candidate for attorney general. Theyare Old Forrest Corn f 2 ()). Old Miller live tl.50. Mountain Valley S

Divorce mrss-spent and wed success war and it wiil be noted that of his making an itenerary of the state Corn 250. "Barbee" R>e $4.00. Apple and Peach Brandies .
enjoying a very pleasant visit from Do this and you will Sod me back f:!.("} to H.00. Kentucky Prid. 3/20. Boweni -41; Rye SS:}).
Your rustic custler Capt.Jack. pall bearers five of them were Confederate I and are extremely pl-a-ant and att.t- i .
Mrs. Taylor's sister, Miss Edith Send Postoffii-e or Express Money Orders.

Wilson and her two friends, Mis Presbyterian Social Veterans and one a memberof I ble gentlemen.I .
the G. A. R. I '
Kemp, of New Berlin, Fla., and Miss A very pleasant event was the I Riwsie Ynuge, jr, and Mr. i BOWEN & COMPANY. i
A Physician Writes."I .
Puckett, of Nacoochee, Ga. monthly Presbyterian social at the Borger, of the Jacksonville\ El dries
am desirous of knowing if the
Mr. B. 8. Quarterman, one of the home of Mrs. D. E. Mclver Monday !. Supply Company spent. Sunday in 140 E. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
profession can obtain Herliue in bulk
successful Fairfield tillers of Marion's soil of afternoou. tor prescribing purposes? It has Ocala with Mr. Gouge's River parents atd: ..s..ss.....se.ss......s..

.i: the section, called at the There were quite a number present been of great use to me in treatingcases went down to Crystal Monday

Ocala Banner office Saturday and in spite of the fact that the afternoon of dyspepsia brought on by excesses afternoon to install a telephone exchange -

remembered the huugry editor by was somewhat showery and all that or overwork. I have never : at that place.. SEEDS.If

known it to fail in restoring: the organs! -------- .
leaving number of the time
a rutabegas went spent very delightfully. affected, to their healthful activity.50c. .i t| M\4. D. A. Clark, of Martel, and
for bin Sunday dinner. During the afternoon Mrs. T. J.
bottle at Anti-monopoly DrugStore I her mother, Mr Kelly, of South

Mr.:Tom Harris, of Valdosta, spent Johnson, Mrs. W. L. Hale and Mrs. and Tydiogs and Company m Carolina, who is spending the winter you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans, goobers,

Saturday luonnug in Ocala. He left Harry Lapham sang several solos, -- with :Mrs. Clark, were in O'ala Monday chufas, whipporwill, clay, cane or lady finger peas, beans,

on the noon train for Citra where he Mrs. Melver acting as accompanist. Coif Tournament. and attended the Presbyteriansocial English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties

will make a short vMt! to hit mother, In the: dining room the visitor Au imprompu golf tournament for at Mrs Mover's iu the after- field corn, and all field and garden seed,
the ladies took plate at tbe links
Mrs. S. K. Harm, at the Mansion before were s-ea'Ud at the: table! :iU,1H're
Saturday: afternoon. There were noon. Call on or write,
returning home. served to ice cream, cake and caudy
about eight ladies playing and Mrs. I The H. A. L railroad restaurant

The Ocala House barber shop now by Misses Mtttie Williams Johnnie William Anderson made the best I growing popularity. Not only has The Ocala:: Seed. Store
Harris aUtl'lil..ta Pot.
has rubber tired chairs according toGeorgt's I Liddou, Sara found out that it
score, winning" the first prize, a coupleof !I,I the traveling public
Miss allover:
ter. Betty pinned
statement. If there is a.. miuature golf slicks. The second is a first clas place to eat, but many Sole Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick. '
of pjusl' oll':1lh'i itor
luxury on the market George immediately bunches s as and third prizes were golf balls and Ocalians are 'getting the habit" of
s-ouvecir of the afternoon.
sets out to net it for the acComodatiouuf '- going there.
were won by atlas Emily Btote bury
T Several dollars were: made at the
: his Call and .
putrous. -
and Mi.-d Minnie GIU Stl).

pee the chair social pipe organ, which fund.will be added to the Quite a number of (people were on FOr't 1f.i} YAm TAR EA.BOARIJ

Dr. C. 0. Thomas and party spent the links and after the contest tea I C lre'r>, &' Pncutsor'a

Saturday in their private car in this Uough Settled on Her Lungs. and cake was served and all present
"My: daughcer had a t"rrible cough ,
visited Silver
city. They Springs spent a delightful afternoon. I I ,
which settled on her lungs," lays N.
during the day. Dr. Thomas is at the I Air Lille ..RailwayForSiVA.VViH. .
Jackson, of Danville, Ill. We trieda Working Overtime.
head: of the hospital department of I THOROUGHBRED
remedies without relief
great many ,
Eight hour laws are iguortd by j ('OI.l'JIIUJIIHX MlTTHrU.V I'IMIt >
the Atlantic Coast Liue railway. until we gave her Foley's Honey and tireless little workers-Dr. King's j

Quite a number of the boys: of the I Tar which cured her. Refuse subtiPostofliee New Life Pills. Millions are always,! I('II.MOM). MASHI.VCMOY. It iLTI.MIIltlUpiiii. lallll..Un,

city eave",iu excellent minstrel performance stltt' -Drug Store m at work, night and day, euridg indigestioc j BULLS AND COWS.SHORTHORNS .

Saturday afternoon in the Colnr West or Northwest Travel Via biliousnrs, ccnstipatiou.Mck ,
I headache and all stomach, liver and t
yard of George" Martin's r Chicago and Florida Limited, solid \}:\\ YOKK
lIhicnce'l bowel troubles. Easy, plea aut, safe !
vestibule train of Pullman, sleeping,
The tickets were soU for ten sure. Only 25e. at Auti-monopoly j
Three Trains
olr.t'natioJlibrary, dining car and Elegant Daily
piece and quite a number of children I Drug Store: and Tidings & Co. m :
coaches, between St. Augustine and .1
and some older popb attended tbe Chicago. Only one night out. He Was Polite. DCRHAMS ]

show and pronounced 1 it excellent. = -=-----
S SCHEDULE On Friday evening Mrs. Charles j ANDHEREFORD

Before the chow the boys paraded up Lv $Augustine 0' F E C. lty.o; a.m.Ar stair- Seaboard Florida Limited.
Cullen heard some one on the I
Jacksonville..._?.__."_,_., 850 a. m.
South Third street and down Fort Lv Jacksonville..._*,.C.L. Ry.. '..9:11 a.mAr way at her home on Sanchez: street, !:

Tifton ,_ _.."._._.
Master Olof Zewadski .io9 p. m.
King avenue. '
and ou going to the hall door discovered \i
Lv Tifton-.._pG.F.&S.Ry.. ...1:19p.m. READY FOR SERVICEPrices
carrying a U. S. flag, headed the procession Ar Macun...._....". ......0' 4OS: p m. a negro part way up the su-jw. :i SEABOARD EXPRESS. l fl
and he anti his company Lv Macon PO' .C ot G. Ry.,,_4:ig p.m. SEPBO RD MAIL.
Ar Atlanta _......*__M,._........7: 3 p.m He bowed very politely, tipped his at Private Sale
attracted much attention. Lv Atlanta......W. &. A. Ry-- ,,,7'ijp. mAr hat and a ked if Mrs. Moody was at I Ihomtc.
ChutUnooga -.10:58
Prof. Crosby, who will oou be in -v p. m. Upoa being told that she did
Lv Chattanooga C.& St L. Ry..IIOS p.m. $I5.00 Up. 1
Florida from the United States department Ar shville_ .." Sao a.m. not live there he bowed his way out ivlodern Pullman Equipment.
Lv Nashville 1.. & \. .
Ry.5 40 p. mAr
of agriculture, Washington, Evan nllem__... ,"?........ 7-55 a. ra.Lv the door and vanished in tbe dark.. I I't

D. C. after the Stock Breeders Convention Evansville..." L.& \. Ry. .(>: 5a. mAr The officers are today looking for an I Spring Auction April 12 and 13
>t. Louis.__ _."__ 1-35 p. m. THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a vetibuW into, composed i
at Jacksonville has acceptedan Lv Evan ille-...I:;. &. T. H, Ry. .. DJ5 s: ii over polite negro with a blue overall Write particulars. exclusively of Pullman Equipment; Dining, Cuiupartmvet, Draviufroom ,J

invitation to visit Marion county Ar Ten e Haute .. ...." ... ." 11-20 a.m suit. 1 Sleepers and Observation furs, operated solid, St. Auxu ttn. ai> 1
Lv Terre Haute_.._C. 1I.. Ry..it35a.. i Jacksonville to New. York viaV..*hingu>o, living St. AQeuotloe !*..'!.1 P nand i
and inspect the beginning of the Ar Chicago-------_a. .. ,.410 m. Raw or Inflamed Lungs. Jacksonville It5) p. m. daily. :!
.0' 0' p. .
stock business here. He will visit This train is the standard of perfection Yield quickly to the wonderful PALMETTO! [ PARK! FARM! Only cane Operating Daily Through Sleepers from JacktormJe i
in passenger service. curative and healing qualities of to New 0 lean '1
: Mr. GaiUkill's fine farm at Mclutosh For Pullman reservations and other Foley's Honey and Tar. It prevents For uh information and sleeper reservations ,'all ou any Agent I

and the Palmetto farm of Messrs. Z, information. Rv., Sr.apply Augustine to ticket A.agent C. L.F.E.C. pneumonia and consumption from a L C. CH&BUSS & CO. A. U. MacDONELL A. G. P.Agt..lacksotlyillts. Fla. 4,I:

C. Chamblbsi Company, utar this "ffiee US Hay M., W Jacksonville, hard cold settling on the lungs. Post- OCiLa. FLORIDA. JOBS Dt>ZIER. -'gent. \\".\Y. CONDOS. City Ticket .Aue' II:

cl\)'. Fla. c.t1iDr..1t Store. m OCALA FLA.tHE .

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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and bv the People."



Zack Chambliss and the Golden Calf The County Commissioner.It What the Supreme Court Decision DUrtNELLO.1. ,

SENATOR TALIAFERRO Mr, Z. C. ChambluH: used the following is pleasing to his friends in all Means. ,

as the introduction to the portions of the county to note that The decision of the supreme court Mr. Betcb: a prominent, >ouu<

i admirable speech be made iietore the the sterling worth and intergrity of in the recent Northern Securities I commercial man: of Lytichburg, Va.,

I Stockoreeders': Association recently Hon. Henry W. Long is so fully recognized case is very far reaching and it seeme is a guest at the Killer House.

IN OCALA APRIL 2 I held in Jacksonville : in his district that he will will set at rest the matter as to Mrs. B. Kibler came up firm ;

1"i "When I was a boy in Sunday have no opposition for reelection to i whether or not congress has power to Felicia Thursday and spent the day

school, I read of the disturbance between with Mrs. J. G. Baskin.
the board of commissioners.Mr. .
: Moses and Aaron about the county regulate srusts. The effect of the

golden calf, aud ever since that time, Long is a faithfulconscientiou, decision may be gleaned from the Mr. F. A. Guild, of Atlanta is stopping -

UU ELIZABETH RABBIS, Local Editor hath of Mrs. Clark. calves lAud gold have beeu mixed up painstaking official and is an euthusi- at the Kibler House.: r:
following brief reference to the
bead. For I
in my a long time en-
illue-s of mouths
After an many ast on the subject of hard roads and Mr. Ben Feinberg, one of the popu
l jdetvored to get enough gold to gel court's definition of the power of
Mrs. Margaret Clark died at six L 1 the calf business but last
into at lar students of the of
sees in them great good for the farmers congress in the matter at issue :
at her learned my error, and am now raisin i
o'clock yesterday morning calves trying to get into the gold busi! I of the county. First. Railroads are clearly included Florida, has returned to his studies

u Mr. S.E. Row came up flom Dunn- home in this city. ness" The construction of good road within the prohibitions of the antitrust after spending a while with his

tllou or business! yesterday. The deceased! was seventy years of Among the important things Mr. means eventually railroad competition law, and mergers such as this parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Feinltrg.

I age and had lived in Ocala for over Cham bliss l said in his intensely interesting oue are trusts within the meaning of Mr. Asher Frank the
for many persons! who have given representing
Mrs. P. Y. Leavt-ngcod and sou are twenty-years, having come here from address were the I the act.
following: the subject study are strongly of the Second. The Boston Store, was in Duuuellou Mon
subterfuge the
in plea
visiting relatives iu Taiupti. Louisaua. She leaves three daughters "Twenty years ago not a bale of
opinion that hard roads mean auto that the owners of railroad stock had
Miss Fanuie Clark, of this city Mrs.! hay was packed iu Marion county. day.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs.! Edward Holder returned Iu IWJ\ : one farm there made 4,000 mobile freight traffic and it is Mr. a right to sell to the trust, and that I Frank Moreland U visiting his

to Dunnellou yesterday. :;bt'itou'router, of Si-arr and Mrs. bales and every tanner makes Long's ambition to see these hard the trust had a right to buy is unavailing sister Mrs. Capell. Mr. Moreland has

Kate Liddell, of Louiaua, aud a euou *h for his own use and fome to because the court sticks to '
sell. Ten years ago it was said that roads, so auspicuously inagurated by lived iu our city and his many friends
Six new uurllmg houses will he number of grandchildren to inouru our pine umber would not make tur the main point that the corporations 'I
are glad to see him.
'. our commissioners extendedto
t- built in the first ward wiiLiu the I her dealh. pr-uiine iu paying quantities now, county existed to restrain commerce. _'
Florida turpentine men are the the remotest limits of the county. Third. The power of congress to Mr. Thompson has accepted a position -
next mouth.Polej's II Mrs. Clark uasa! devoted member of nabobs of the Ue will
country. surprise ,
Mr. Long hat been au active member control interstate commerce is com with Mr Shaw. -
t the Baptist church and was a splendid the world at least once mote
Kidney Cure make the with market topping beef cattle. of his party for almost if not plete.

kidurysaua bladder ri.int. Contains woman in every wa '. After reviewing the great tbiuss Fourth. All contracts whether I Building Completed.
half and the fact hat
quite century
LOlhlUg tnjurluUs. Posloftice Ding The luucroi wilt take! place this which the cattle induztry has done they are reasonable or unreasonable, I The handsome
.'or Florida, had we not best look no opposition is named against him new building erected -
which restraint trade
fctore. uiir1 i moruirjf at ten o'clock from her late somewhat into the future and see if are in are Mr. It. E. ,
by Yonge Fort
sr. ou
t ,
for this ottice to which he was called prohibited by the law.
Mr. Fred U. IVer posiollice iuspec' 1 residence ou South O>l't'Ol street greater things cannot b* done?
"Anybody -au make hay. tlt"p by the voters of his district, without Fifth. The fact that such a corporation King avenue ia: now completely flu
tor, is in the city nu businesseouneetedwith and Its:v. L B. Warren, of the fihtiug grass; it is a fight against ualure. as the Northern Seeuriiies i ished.
solicitation his is
ou high
pan very
his office.Mrs. Rap-Ut church, will conduct the I Crabgrass, blanket grass, pea Company gets its charter from a state This building is called the Fort
1 viuec, beggarweed: and sorghum all compliment to him and is so regardedby
&t.'r'i'tTbt'iott.'craut.ut will beat make themselves with little does uot absolve it from obedience to
a help.Velvet King block and is next to the Y"n&e
G. F. Ditimar and daughter, of his friends federal law. #
beans aud with
Messrs. R. E. cassava, a
Holder, are in the city and are guests the u.w ctiuetery. little cottonseed meal, make th* best block also! owind byIr.. Yonge. It 4 4is

Yoiige, jr., M. 'I. Little, J. U. I and cheapest feed these good United Popular Ocala Barrister. one of the handsomest buildings in
at the Ocaia House. J. H. Isaac Stevens :Mates!! hare. Let Florida cut her Hon. Raymond R Bullock, thewell Death of Mrs. Mary WilliamsAllen.A .
Spurliu, Spencer, I
the city. The lower OdOr of the
I timber; fence her lauds; rainy: good dispatch was received in this city
La grippe cough yield quickly to audJ. T. LtLu-ahter will act as pull shorthorn aud H.--ford steers, and known O.-ala! lawyer, wa" in building will be used as doctor's

G the wonderful curative qualities oCFoll'y' bearers. you will soon see treat pickingiioiHfKwithir. Tau.p..yesterday ou his return fromBirto'e la i- TUt'I'dayaflernoon from Gainesville I 9
ottie, the two front the'general
rooms being
There is I her borders ; great derkloiiNof ja. the death in
and Tar.
E Honey where ht' the des announcing
All friends of the deceased are fed lot-pC leaving her pors on prtsr'uN 'i reception rooms. Dr. NY. J I.
noining else Just good. Posiorlice! iuvitrd to attend the funeral. European vessels; nttnwl homes in fcadant in a murder trial. He wain lhr city of Mrs Mary Williams i {
V Drug Store. i her ( ditriclswith ,, Powers aud Dr. A. L. Izlar began v
'lItyllr) pianoin All n, "f Crystal Rivt-r.
tliicity ou IJIlS "f :t profrsbionai
This exieuds Its sympathies
ttr-1 paper every parlor. You will hear ribbons moving into their new officta Wed1 .
Mr. Howard Clare: returned )'l'l> relatives rustle and smell iwrfume whenever! uaiuie. Mr. Bullock ban mauy Miss Eunice WI hams!, Mr?. \Vil-
1 to the sorrowing lIe:. gnu meet a farmer'* dU.hier.
day alteruoou a'try successful I friends and admirers in I'limp-i, and libins AII..n'ltlau ht..r, received a !
his other in UiU building as!: will also l
", h.n" ug trip to Orange Lake. i, A Guessing Contest. Stock Breeders ConventionThe I thej gave him quite an ovation, and wire stating that iLxwas cril cilJr ill I lor.
E.'IUI Hood, wlieu be returns
,. I I There will be a very interesting I was the guest of Co). P. 0. Knight and immediately left to join her but
Mr. Joe Bell returned yesterday stocK convention from his trip to Jerusalem.The .
guessing contest tomorrow, the Florida and wifeat a delightful luncheon at when lobe reached this city received I I
from short visit to his brother, Mr. which convened in Jacksonvillethis upper floor of the Fort Ring
Meat Packing Company will have Ballast Point last night. another wire announcing her death.
Beii Bell iu Jacksonville. i week has adjourned and the I block is admirably adapted for lodge
ou exhibition in Masters' show win- delegates from Ocala have returned Mr. Bullock is one of the brightestand Mrs Williams-Allen a very
I roams: and will probably! occupiedby
Mr. B. F. t saxion, of New York, dow two Florida sustr cured home.In most successful lawyers iu Florida prominent woman aud her death is a 'I a
the Odd Fellows.
woo is spending! the winter on his! !! hams aud to make things interestingthe speaking of the convention the and was the able representative of public cal smit:v. I

grove at Lake Weir, was in Ocala I Company will give two prizes. Times-Uuion say : Marion county iu the last legislature. II I 25,000 Acres of Pine Land Sold.A x
Notice to Candidates .
, \' yesterday. I IWe To the guessing nearest theweighr He was recoguiz-d as oue of them I
persou "It is that deal timber has beta
( _ __ very probable no convention The itinerary ol the candidates has big just
I of the two hams will be 'st brilliant members of the Florida
Use only pure drugs in coins ever held in Jacksonville was completed at Chipley between Alford
been.changed in the fallowing respect
pounding prescriptions, and we dou' :I j awarded a Florida :Seal Ham and to helterattended the assembly and made a record as a &Sessoue i'f and
throughout sessions !, Chipley, Aycock:
*' Grahamville forenoon of May -Vh aud
use the drugs that are: "almost the II I the person guessing second nearest and certainly none ever coveredas law maker that elicited! the admiration : Brother, of Moultrie, Ga. FeudigACo.
pre-1 Carters Pond ch&uiftfd from April ,
fame thing" as the physician will be awarded a strip of Florida much ground in the discussions.! of all vt ho watched his course. ., of J ickt>onville, Fla., were the
Bribes.: Our rule ia: never to uubsti- 1 to May 6, 190-1. t
Seal Breakfast Bacon. The hams "The interest iu He will return to his Ooala home
the meetings wag real esute men who figured in the
tut*. Tydinga&Co. J.vo. M. GRAHAM,
will be placed ou exhibition at 7 marked from the beginning, and this morning Tamp:* Tribune. 'I dt'alt and brought settler and purchiteis -
. Mr. Richard Hall has purchased ._- S Vy. ()em. Ex. Com.
and S
o'clock morning at
touionow nearly everybody Ilrt'H-lIt found an Opening Gun of the Local Campaign. together.Th" .
a line Old!anollile and will soon be.seen o'clock tomorrow night the hams AND TYPE I
opportunity to make a speech or take To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. STENOGRAPHER transaction represents an
streets in
around our
spinning will betaken down aud weighed and in the discussioi-s." offi-e in < 'o part There will be a political meeting at aru"UUI exceeding $200,000, more

his handsome. new---machine.- the two persons guessing nearest the A permanent orgau'uition was Eureka, April 9. beginning all earlyin inertial bank. Your work in the :!S,0tslaoresof laud changing hands.
Mr. E. W. Agnew, who has been weight of the two hams will be affected and will be known as the the morning 1&1 the candidates can above Ii n.'S solicited. Spw-l and. accuracy Savannah: Naval Review,

confined to his home for several 1 dayspast awarded the prizes as above. It will Southeastern Stock' Growers Association get here. Kiiar&nieed.
; VIr Ii. B. Makers, of Xew York
with chill and fever\'aa able to cost you nor lug to guess aud everybody and the first annual meeting will Dinner will be served! on the grounds N iss B N SINCLAIR.Utilize .
City, owner .>f the H. p.. Master
be oil the streets yesterday. it! entitled to oue guess.I !. beheld iu December. The place ofmeeting and all candidates for county and yoai spare time
I These hams were taken from a Study at t Home of C'elllI.tS Kcttint: Department Store of this city, is here
was not fixed, hut Mr. Z C. state oflices who can come are cordially bcttcc edam"-
and most upto-ilate Lena more, and you halkiokafter hIs interests and visiting -
The prettiest! ,, hog butchered by the Edwards Bros. ClIliw lbs invited the association to invited to attend. tarn, mote. With the Tablet Home Study Lessen*you netd notlem
line of box piper for ladies' correspondence e bOltleorcmpluYDlCallolearo.Lraramar, kbetonc.Bookkeeping.Literature.Aethn.et.qAlgetaa.Geometry. History. bill su, Mr. Arthur Masters. Thisis
and after
be had at Tydiugs: & weighed; being dressed hold the meeting in Ocala.I We also invite all the voters in the Physic Lalm.etc. T.A.enaidedto pass eiamiBMionsByre.* ..
can alsuccess. Circuiirsbe Ad"ress.I.La1ar5edaUs.rl. Mr. Masters'! first visit to Ocala In
Com liny' and the prices are reasonable four hundred pouues. Hon. e. H. Gaitskill, of MclnUbb, surrounding country to bring their -
) FOR SALE-100 bushels of corn several years and his friends here are
too. was elected president of the association families and well filled baskets, and
more or less, for iuformetion apply to
Young Drummer Drowned.Mr. 'I delighted to see again.
Miss Ruby Moore was quite badly and Mr. Chambliss was elected a come and help us to make this opening B. S. Quarterman, Fairfield, Fla. 3113

4...,... accident in Jacky J. R. Spence, a young traveling member the executive committee. meeting of the campaign one to <
hurt in a runaway \ salesman for the Christie-Groover I SOMETHING NEW
i be remembered. Come and all
af 'noon. Jess 1 one
Bouville Wednesday j 1I 1 I Drug Company was drowned Tuesday Yesterday afternoon Mr. Roy.
and hear the candidates.
well known in Ocala
Moore is quite I near Hawthorne. Campbell, son of Mr. J. A. Campbell, HAEDWAEE.
I G. B. Parramore P. U.
bridesmaid at the j Milligan,
beeu '
having a remembered that Mr.
It will be manager of the Ocala waterworks,
Porter and Mr. W. H. Harrison, K W. Holliday,
marriage of 1 I Spence was hurt in the railroad ac- was driving his horse down Fort Committee. [Is >II. Pistel's Old Sta: .]

Collier. I cident on the Homosaosa run several King avenue when the animal became -
Eureka, Fla., March :!. T. W. SMITH & CO.
Mr. B. J. Culverhouse who arrived \ weeks ago. He was brought to this frightened and ran away. The -

several days ago from Montgomery, !, city and was in the hospital here for young man was, thrown from the More Riots. Dealer iu general hardware, Farm, garden and mill supplies stoves, tin

i Disturbances of strikers!: are not ware, wire fencing.sash doors blinds, paints,.oils, etc.
has charge of the S. A. j I, several days. buggy just in front of the residence
Ala., now Remember the place \o. tt West sitie of court house square, Magnolia
restaurant. Mr. Hough who hall I The unfortunate young man was of Mr. T. C. Hall and the buggy was nearlp as grave as an individual disorder street. )Ir. T. W. SMITH, with 17 years experience managt'f.Iottotni'k .

made this institution such a marked j I I' driving along a road Tuesday near very nearly demolished. Mr. Camp- of thesystem. Overwork, loss ) Sales Small Profits.

',. success in the l'ist, now has charge of I I the railroad track. A passing train bell, while not seriously hurt had his of sleep, nervous tension will be followed -

the grocery department of Carmichael I II I I frightened his horse, which boltedI face and head badly cut and bruised. remedy by utter is collapse immediately, unless employed. a reliable -- 1r"r"-"r"" " " " "! "!" '" "!" "111'

busintss. i I into small lake. The water was The horse was a new one, Mr. Campbell -
& Son's There's nothing so efficient to 3
Follows a Cold. quite deep and the vehicle in which having just purchased him yesterday STARTING EARLYr.
'. Pneumonia cure disorders of the liver or kidneysas
of Foley's Mr. Spence was seated overturned.He from Dr. Newsom. -
But never follows the use Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful Ja 0 f-

Honey and Tar. It stops the cough, i was caught under the buggy and tonic and eflective nervine and great- :=:=: t l1't 4 acquiring proficiency in ==

heals and strengthens the lungs and i when help reached him he was June Teacher Examination.For est all around medicine for run down 1.d4 piano playing. Bat don't a
affords perfect security from au dead. review secure "Answers to systems. It dispels nervousness, :: make the mistake of thinking :::

attack of pneumonia. Refuse substitutea. Florida Teachers' Examinations 1894- rbeuinaiiitu aud neuralgia aud expels E j "any sort of a piano =-=
The remains were sent to )lr.Spence's .
Postoffice Drug Store. m 03." Nothing liken published before. malarial germs. Only oOc. and Satisfaction ::: 'ry will do to begin 'on. IT

t Williams and her home at Lakeland, where Over 200 1 mailed guaranteed by AntimonopolyDrug :: : WON'T. Your child need
Only >f J1.10.
Miss Eunice the funeral took place. pages Store and Tydmgs & Co. m == V J ..... I ) as good an instrument a ==

brother.ln-law Mr. C. l;. Herrick, of Order at once from compiler, Al. H. -== 41 1 you can afford to buy, else :-:

Crystal Paver passed through Ocala Mr.Baker. the Pullman car conductor Foster, Supt. Claytou Co, schools, Weds Lieutenant Governor. V V .. 1'I I her ear for music will be ==

yesterday afternoon on their way from ou the south bound train over the 523-5:24: Century Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.m Lieutenant Governor South Coro- ::. 1:1: : j 'r I }\ niiseuided.You :::

Gainesville, Ga., where they went to .-\. C.L with several of his pa=benger, ling, Col. John T. Sloan and Mrv :: 'r. ", f ': ., I I will te safe in trost:3:

bring home the corpse of Miss Wil were left in Ocala yesterday after- Distinguishing Visiting Attorneys. Fannie B. Gilliam were married at dealers:

the late :Mrs. Williams- noon. It !seems! that they got off here There were before Judge: Bullock the bride's home in Spartan burg, S. tor. .I.,.:,; : --'J.J _
liams' mother, I a. -: ,_, ; :'-' experience ==
Allen. The funeral will take place and went into the Ocala House for yesterday on an important case the C., Tuesday.The == .. ,: c; JC Only the best pianos ::

today from the late home of Mrs. dinner but instead of waiting twenty folioing distinguished attorneys: aud I bride is the widow of the la'e :: and organs. :-:

officials Judge J. M. Dr. Win. C. Gilliam who was a regu -
1illiams-A11enatCrystal River. minutes for dinner as usual the train court : Youngand

,---"-' in left sooner and when Mr. Baker and Col. T. P. Lloyd, Inverness; lIar winter visitor to this city and LUDDENI[ CAMrBELL SMITH CO. j

t. w.-\JIo'TEDSenral1ndustrious to travel for house persons.. elevenyears the passengers came out the train was Judge J. B. Gains, Col. J. A.Tim men I whose death occurred here t several I :
1'j each state call
t and with a large succeestul capital to and profit upon- several miles away. and :Mr. L. W. Duval, Leesburg; years ago. She owns valuable proper

t merchants table line.and of Permanent fit agents and for alt engagemcnt.traveling expenses Weekly --- Walter \Varuock, clerk of the circuit II ty near this city. I Headquarters, Jacksonville, Fla. 3IlUlUlUllklllUklUlUlUllUlklUlUlliUUUlllllllllllllUUllUlUR

cash glary advanced in cash c.ch week. court and Sheriff Priest of Citrus Ool. and Mrs.! Sloan will reside! in
bills ,
and and Experience hotel enclose Dot-elf.addressed eSS 1IUal. MeDtion e velope..reference ThetionalJ32 age county. Columbia. i : '!!' !' '!!'I

r ChlC3g0.'iiI
t ., Dearborn street,

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Ev. __ _._ m .HE OCALA BANNER _________________________________________________________

1 THE OC BANNER 1JEENNI1CS! AND TALIAFERR3: AT is unworthy ot tij- luau uecllpIU.: STUDY OF THE PLATFORMS. I I governor accepting the ;
MAYO tne rul>> S

), The Jiici-ouville HrIIiJt l in its the versus so !
rasa.. 213212 t'J-. 'I
.... .::. governor shall not + I Ij
I lu our iMueuf .datcuIi, toe reproduced Mr. Henry M. Flatter has expendedva political edition does a. real service! to app I
P. 7. Lei et6i, 2Iiss Yes;e:. i j any person not nominated
-- from the Live Oas Crescent of \ -urn o' money at Mayport, at the resenteatttpaiu by reproducing i election, or by II

I the Uiouth of the St. Johns river, per the lianas: City and tate democratic appointment will be I is a human
March San
account of the joint dhcujiou weak
weed best in
platforms.A democratic executive I
blip as Urg- sum as he has expended -
at Mayo oetweeu ." euatorTaliaferro at Miami. Fors'xxh, does that study of these platforms is Ins the county in which be r I lungs. Like: other weeds it's

and Governor Jennings in structi\'e- I What has Governor easily destroyed while young ;
make this river and harbor practically

: which the correspondent said theguverLor belong to him? The Kansas City pla'foriu starts I as to his record in the fi I when old, sometimes im-

out with the re-affirmation! of the iUi out oC the above i possible.
put the senator to shamefuld,6G "One of the )[It'oudieol'e", continues

: faith of the democratic party in the democratic state platform! Strengthen the lungs as you

"Jennings then showed to satisfaction. Of principle* enunciated in Jefferson's i would weak land and the

This paper did the correspondent his audience that senator: TYuaferro's record, immortal declaration of intlepen- THE HOME. I weeds will disappear.The .

outside of the $500,000 for Henry )t. yiagler's .
the fairness to quote from him at d .lice. I best lung fertilizer is
property was a great big 'o.
THOSE MOTTO AT: THE THE BASSEI.: BELIEVING: length. Can any newspaper employ Who believes this statement? Who It re-affirm its faith: in the 10 to 1 The pillar of strength i Scott's Emulsion. Salt p' ,rlc
fairer methods? of the and zation is the home. i is: good too but it is n.ir 1
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS believe! tt.e Taylor county democrats plank Chicago platform very

TAKEN ITS STAND: IN THE BARRI A writer in the Ocala star, who are r'> steeped in ignorauie and so mates certain denunciations and ex- The home is oue'a cattle. to digest.

CADES WITH THE COMMON: PEOPLE, aigushimrelf! as "One of the Mayo Au easily! gulled ? planatious. refuge against the world. The time to treat consume;>

AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR dience" claims to be greatly amusedat Governor Jcuunu?, biu.lf, in hi"me""ztg For instance, it explain the meaning tion is when you begin trying

THE BETTERMENT- Of THOSE AT THEByrroM the attempt of the Ocala Bannerto to the legislature paid a of "nulit&ryiaffl" and denounces We cannot iiudefetand to hide it from your;,c'.t.:

cntizise the and of po,,,ible fur the home to .
-.-- ----- oratory logic tribute! to t euatur: Taliaferro for the the Philippine pol.c) ; the Hay- Others see it, you won't.Don't .

-FRIDAY- Florida's governor. part he pUyeJ iu securing toe Indian Prtuueefort treaty ; the lavish eiptn- wiih it the same .. wait until you Cu't
MAR ';H 2-5! 194.!
The Ofala Banner rarely attempts a'ar claims and the survivors of the dituns of the republican party and does with us in countries deceive yourself any longer.

FOR to be amusing because it realizes that Mexican and Indian wars hare cause extends its sympathy to the heroic am} and polyandryUm Begin with the first thought

UNITED STATES SENATORVOTE it possesses in no measure nor degreethe to thank him for securing pensions burgher in their unequal struggle in ticed.Uui. to take Scott's Emulsion It

FOR peculiar genius of Mark Twain for them. the South African war. j it isn't really consumption *t

so the man from Mayo cribe3 to it Besides these things the Congressional It makes the declaration that when the home do-s Dot i! much the better; you will so n

J0MES P. TALIAFERRO. gifts that it does not claim to possess.An Record shows the followingbills ", the nation h in danger the volunteer even with u the holy p: I 1 forget it and be Letter fur ti,,.-

I Whose name is commdnly pronounced aa ii u examination of the article of introduced by Senator Taliaferro soldier is the country's best defender. which it was iieiiiriied! I treatment. If it i is consumption ;

were spelled this writer iu the star: will nnd that in the oo'th congress: It pledge the democratic party: to friction, discord and !! I you can't expect to be

"Toliver" he fails to be amusing or even fair. Total bills and resolutions.. .... ...... ......39 unceasing warfare in nation, state aid within its sacred precincts cured at once, but if you wi 1 :, !

We give an extract from the article: Passed both houses ..... ... .,..,.._..... ID city city against! private monopoly in lie wanting aud loose< d I begin in time and will be r
Passed senate only ........?._ '" .. ... .. .. 6
TALl fEIiRO'S APPOINTMENTS. "Governor Jennings, with his finger pointed form, and that vails. rigidly regular in treatment I t t
Referred to court of claims ... .. .. ... .. ....5 every bays "existing your
at :Senator:: Taliaferro, said: "Did you not vote Read twiceand referred.. .... ..... .. 16 laws against; trusts must be enforced," Where there is uo love you will win.
to seat Matt Quay the deepest dyed republican
kfcuford) March 29h. ever appointed to a seat ta the seDate Talia Indefinitely postponed recognizing that the laws are amplebut tprali, husband and wife Scott's Emulsion, fresh air
fero said "I voted with the rest of the democrats I What the Star writer says about the ,.
thdrtuoreewent i lax. rt' ensue aud the rest all eat all
Orlando. March 30th. "' ontSdr Then Governor Jenningsread you can you

Kissimmee, March 31st. the votes cast for the seating of Quay ando Ocala! Banner being a trust advocatecan The above are negative declarations -! ruly and disobedient, it is can, that's the treatment andthat's

( the thirty three votes cast only three were only be satisfactorily answered
Leesburg, April 1st. I and are not iu the nature <'fpositive to our civilization and to the best treatmentWe
cast by democrats. and one of them was cast,
Ocala, April 2nd. be it said to our shame, by Florida junior after the fashion inaugurated iu thin commands and the law does well

senator." city by the late Col. Mao, which The positive dt'dliratillui.i'are the even if its interference will send y >u

The winning plat.Corm-puty bar. "One of the Mayo Audience" seek perhaps is feelingly remembered by following: dismemberment of the sian a little free.of the Em.-

mony. to convey he impression that Senator this self same writer, who styles him. We favor an amendment to the where love pervades .
Be sure that iH (-
Barrs and Clark seem to be enjoy T,diaft'rro'ott'd for the seating ofSenator self, "One of the Mayo Audience." federal constitution providing for the exists, where the hu.. the form of a labs M i t.,c
wn tr ot evc-y bans .(
log the campaign. Quay against a dewoerat.Senator election of the United States senatorsby thoughtful and loving, Lmuiuoa you bar

Quay had no democratic More Bossism. voted and affectionate SCOTT & BOWNE.Chemists .
a direct vote of the people.!

Watterson sajs the only issue is contestant and between two republican Gov.. Jennings a few days since appointed We favor the immediate drew respectful and olJ -. ,
co true- i1
Roosevelt. If the democratic T 409 Pearl St., N. Y.
had not Senator Tali&ferro A. D. Mitchell, of Marion
: tier be
tin,,, ownership and control of the picture can
can pull itself together and defeat and 't: ill drr iats.
a right to make a choice? couuty, to lie a county cu'nwissiuuer Nicauragua can"I. cubed and where these
him it will have done a good thing
Z euatorQJayowusa winter home without a consultation with, or -
the of this
We favor an intelligent of wanting reverse
for the purity of the races and for iu Florida; is one of its steadfast recommendation from, the cu.uuty improving the arid lands of system the west. We have two of these years-through which I Urea,

our civilization. friends and occasion has executive committee. Whereupon beloved, with thee to' thee,
ou many an / We favor the continuance and our mind's eye.One .
for thee, by thee!! Ah, hippy
Senator. iafelro's friends iu Leon aided it iu securing appropriationsand the county executive committte strict euforcement of the Chinese exclusion was that of Richard
happy )ears, in which I was a
county will be glad to learn that he i is in other ways. passed' a resolution of censure upon law. learned and gifted English mere football of reproacn, out to

rapidly recovering from his recent Why should it be said to our shame I the Governor's high-handed usurpation We favor the enlargement of the who was: born about the which every wind and gouudiu hurricane .

1 4-?; illnese, and that he is already able to that Florida's junior t'uator'oted for of their authority. A* fur Mr. scope of the interstate commerce law. If Moses had !been born of wrath or contempt flew by

one republican in preference over another Mitchell, he was too good a democrat like chasing enemies past s a-e defying
: attend to bUbineiid.Tbe TalUhass- Governor Jennings says that &*ua- be would never have been
tne one known to be friendly to accept office under such circumstances gate of adamant, and left llJe
tan Tahaferro's in Sunday School
lor rt'cord.'itwed in the too blessed iu thy smiles, angel of

Governor Jenniugs, in his effort to to the state: and owning a home underits and declined. light of this platform aud hell up meekest wan that ever Ii heu'enlJ'r life, to heed the curses or the mocking

balmy skies? The people are sick and tired of Hooker was as gentle which sometimes l beard raving nut
magnify himself by belittling Sena- alongside of it, is a tJlank.Let's as
Governor and his Jennings aud in this his of our E "
Jennings man l-oUUty supporters and without impregnable 'ta.
tor Taliaferro's record of achievement see how this is. was totally
Friday in making this statement seekto won't amount to a corporal'eguard.1Vhite "My Eu men ides were at my .*..s.
In congress, has adopted the endless The Chinese exclusion law U being domestic life was blasted b, and stared in
upon tuv tbroufb
chain system of set speeches. There fasten wrong impression on the springs Herald. rigidly enforced iu all parts of the lug an unfortunate curtains. But watching by B1JT

is & monotonous "imikrity in his utterances minds of the democratic voter, country. Within a short period of On "De occasion he was pillow, defrauding: herself tit sleep

that Is wuritOwe.- Augustine which, to say the least, is unelevat- Hard on J..inrs time six or more Celestials have been W preach at Paul's ; bear we company through the

and dis.-reditable. The Flagier divorce law is heavy watches of the
i Record. lUg a proof deported from Senator Tsliaferro'shome dun and put up at a house eight ut my
We the that Flagler has hand in Florida Electra For thou, beloved Margaret,
. -- --- pity poor, ignorant, superstitious a city.reuator for the reception of
Senator Taliaferro is not willing to admit that & companion of my J Ub. thou
who holds sacred the politics.-Belleview Nws-Letter.
: uegro,
his arrival he
he has made even one mutake. When charged Taliaferro workt'd't"ry was wet and uiy Electra And neither in
_. .
with a act that he cannot satisfactorily left hind foot of a rabbit taken in a -- ---- -
faithfully with his colleagues in the received HO much kiudue nobility of wind, nor iu lone kutfcr
he is The
explain speechless. Annapolis
< scholarship, now and to whom awarded is a grave yard in the dark of the moon senate to have the United Stales owu tiou from the Hostess ing aft'cciiou would permit that ftireciau

matter the senator won't talk about He is by a cross eyed man with freckles and ECZEMA ONLITTLE C and control the Nicauragua canal, excess of gratitude, he eisler should excel IU JOle
accused of an ugly act, and by his silence he wife. For tbou thougbte not
red 1 hair, but if the statement of this
and self !bouud iu
pleads "guilty. -GaiuesvilteStar. the system of improving the conscience to to stoop to bumble nittd
We ] the Star's writer be true, what shall be said of GIRL arid lauds the bald him.
politely beg pardon. of the west is iu progress woman to !* and to servile ministrations

Senator 'fal !tfdfO told' the whole: the poor, deluded democrats of Mayo, and there is uo opposition thereto man. soon became :! .. tender atfrcuou, to wipviwiy for

tory of the Anua/ |>oli-> scholarship huo-dooed by Governor Je'iningr, for Mother Senator Taliaferro favored anauicudweut that be We" a man of 't'ars the unwholesome! dews upou '

Ocala Mho, rave against a public otik-er fi.r Sleepless Nights : ,I. or 10 rrfrr u the
through the columns of the to the constitution providing btituiiou and needed a when
doing his duty for Im state by secur- and Awful Suffering parchedand baked with (
Banner aud it was scattered broadcast for the election of the United and nurse him. Hooker,
ever utter
a com
throughout the stale. His action iug appropriations: for deepening its of Child Mates senators by a direct vote of the guile himself little or
any murmur nor withdraw
iu the matter, like the rest of his harbors increasing its trade and people. others, submitted to the angelic smile, nor unuk 'r.....

public record, is entirely creditable.I thereby addiug to its growth, prosperity CURED BYCOTICORA The scope of the interstate commerce selecting him a wife. aerviceof\ love, more than Eir'

aud magnificence? law has been t o enlarged that her owu daughter who did of old. For she, too, l"oulll P

I Con do oil Sly! Own Worn But that is what this writer, ''Oue I it includes recent decision of the be a veritable shrew who h wasa Gu'ci.uIoOWal1 and Hut

of the Ala)u Audience," aid those Had Given up All Hope of Ever United states supreme court) the dog's life. of the king ut mu, jet
"I feel it my duty to tell you what titU 1I nd bid her fair m
your medicines did for me," writes Mrs. democrats up there did. Making Any Cure. following: On one occasion he was r n.l....." Niitliiux that C'.n>'*' *\'c'r

Blanche Mar flail, of Whiting, Jackson I To be fair we quote his language : First. That railroads are included the celebrated Hirhop .. -. t'au f.ojpre with tbi, teud r
Co., Kansas, Box 139. "I was severely
afflicted with kidney trouble and female Senator Tahaferro;" said Governor Jennings "My little girl has been suffering for within the prohibition of the antitrust found him teudiugsheep 110 loving panegyric. "tku three

weakness. In less than three months 'Hid you not secure an amendment to two years or more from eczema; and are past ala j thou, dear M .
law and that Horace In his home Mrs.
the river and harbor bill mergers con e
the trouble became bad I could appropriating J23oooofor
so hardly during that time I could not get a 111 read tlu .e records of a
lriuU a''
walk around the house. I suffered almost Biscayne Bay. III ht's her ailment within the meaning of the act. shrill voice bade him
as was
'' sleep, very ".
ever)thing. Seeing your advertisement 'I did. answered benator Taliaferro. I to us both as the Irgvud 0:
iu our paper concluded to write Dr. Governor Jennings Did yon: not secure erere. Second. That the owners of railroad I tinguished guest to rock hidrousdrraui that cau rtturu
Pierce. After kind advice another amendment to the river and harbor '' I had tried so many remedies and "
receiving stocks have ao
your a right to sell! to and chores about the more.
I immediately began taking your bill, appropriating an additional 250,000 tor spent much money, deriving no benefit i
medicine. After taking two bottles of the same Biscayne Bay?" I had absolutely given up all hopeof trusts slid that trusts have a right to mer expressing his regrets If ail wives werelike iV QuiDtjr a

Favorite Prescription alternately with But buy is prohibited because to do is about Im domestic wend would 1
Then we are told that those poor making any cure. as a last resort so MMHI br nwvrrtrd
of Golden Medical
I was persuaded to try a set of the
box of in restraint of trade. good man replied : "If a Paradise ud the
using one Lotion Tablets' I am Taylor county democrats went wild Cnticura remedies, and to my great i home! woula 1

1 r entirely work without cured. I can do all my own with ecstasy and glee and shouted : delight a marked change was mani- Third. That the power of congress Usually douole share iu ): : :htr. ugerpllUr incur civili
fested from the first application. I
any trouble. "Jennings wins!" gaTe the child a bath with Cutlcura to control interstate commerce is ies of this life, I, that are luau it already is,

I take great Can anybody believe that there are Soap,using a soft piece of muslin cloth. absolute. not to complain at w ha!
pleasure i n This I did twice a day, each time following
f l recoiimending r democrats iu any part of the domain with the Cuticura Ointment. Fourth. That all contracts whether bath appointed for 1Ut'." Governor Jt"tlUIU s b new I vat r

Pierre's Doctor medicines r 1 k ; ? ri of Florida so deluded as to go *ild and at the same time gave the Resol reasonable or unreasonable, if in With a good woman for lt up l y the Marion vouuty *!.
III I vent, according to directions. One box
to allsuffering over such a statement? of the Ointment and two bottles of the restraint of trade, are prohibited. slimly Hooker's home ", \-e. commute fur appointing a

We don't believe it. Resolvent, together with tie Soap, Fifth. That the fact that corporations been a veritable Eden. comrui-oioner without eon
women. t i effected a permanent cure. I submit
< The man: who was "One of the this for publication if you desire, hop. procure their charters from a What a contrast was lb their wishe or waitiug tr-

fug it will add to your success and assistso sovereign state does not absolve them '1 homas De Quincey, who n.ftt"r all that baa
Mayo Audience" continues: many thousands of sufferers in curIng -
"When quiet could be obtained Governor themselves. MKS. I. B. JONES, from obedience to the federal laws: many years victim to rruorV pMiuitive

Jennings resumed and stated tnat this Bit ADDINGTOX, IXD. T. In a word, no wider scope can lie stead of being a Xantippe and unusual i>tM rtunUir!> fur
The first step in the treatment of the
Bay which
cayne Senator Taliaferro had .
such a great interest, and had obtained chronic forms is to remove the scales given to the interstate commerce lav I was an angel. She nur! ed .. exercise of the stow, lc s.-nu*
; appropriations and crusts and soften the skin, by
of ;300.ooo, was practically the private warm baths with Cuticura Soap. The than has been done by the reettt all the tt'uderutht! have worked most llil4iOtJuUel1!
property of Henry M. ,
by a ten-strand barbed Flagler wire fence.being surrounded scalp, ears, elbows, hands, ankles and decision of the United States supreme stowed on Ii babe aud his jwpuUnty. If he would my
,.' feet will require frequently a thorough !
t (ttdadeti
court. devotion ; County Time
The idea of & harbor, open to the soaking order to penetrate the thick-- a pirtau !
ened skin and crusts with, which these I Now, we ask: in what particular fee what a splendid allO
trade and traffic of the world and part are often covered. Dry care- I It Sited His hr.
has Senator Taliaferro been unfaithful Quincey pays this splendid
and Cuticura
folly, apply Ointment,
thought M important by P. A. Danfortb of L.(
our hydrographic Jr_ cge, (,;t..
lightly at first, and where advisable
f' R t ic the discharge of his duties as "Tbe jtars came in >d hr aux
I .i engineers as to r e i"I" spread it on pieces of soft cloth and UJonthil with a frMbt-
required by the lianas i1 City platform stances: made me an ruijoinirforeoii
st proprlatiou from the bind in place. Take the Resolvent, hiss Jr(; but "nir"
! government in pills, or liquid in medium doses. Do I: ? years through which Buckleu'it Arnict t'\alv" wholly
the sum of a' half! million dollars, not use cold water In bathing, and a sad eclij .t e, sate and rested
avoid cold, raw winds. Going from the national to the it in live day*. For uh-ns.,
t being practically private property, i 3 faculties; years through ) ", pilfS. ils the
Bold throughout the vorid. CvSrara Redreal sot. state,; platform we find the following: N-sttulve Iu the
(ill igm of chocolate Ccued Pitaic- per..l..f*' careless of all but thoM
practically nothiug more nor less than Oumntot fee-. _p. !ic. Ifepoui L ndaa X Chart**. Cure gu-r"utewl. Duly ;:'. ,
borne Pena i Hue d. U FUJI DLTY of GOVERNOR.It '
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For Suprintendent Board Publi In Death of Mr. Burt.

THREE PEOPLE ARE struction. i. N -wsw.is received here Thursday Corn t-i

Plan cf President of New York Boardof Locomotive Engineer Lands 50 Feet Mr. D. R Zetrouer in to-dsy's pnpcrunouws afternoon of the teeth of Mr. R. C. .fin

Health. .Away-fireman Hurt. KILLED BY GAS his candidacy for the office Burr of l.'ryisil River, which occurred must have a sufficient supply <

New York March :24.-In an attemptto Waycross, Ga., March 24.-A switch
of Snprinteudeut of Public! Instruction \Vedne-day at Miami i where
check the dissemination of pneumonia engine on the Atlanta and Birming- Potash
and germs of other diseases of the ham railroad here exploded Tuesday for ibis county.Mr. )Ir. B*rt w..s ,"uiasjfd iu uu..iuees.
Many Others Are More Or Less
respiratory organs, President Barlington morning, seriously injuring Engineer I Zetrouer belong to H pioneer His it-M'ti w. 1 unespecte: :J.

of the board of health, tas enlisted Berry Saunders and Fire-can Hill Overcome By Fumes i aiuily and is a >' )uoi; uiau ef -jcf.-l-I leut I'll-- r iii the aid of half a million school Stokes. I
habits and Hue ouiinc! (palilicions. ,. lioii.f at trul It'V-r 11111 t tl1. inter No amount Phosphoric
children. His idea is that they will The noise of the explosion was TWO JETS TURNED ON FULL.

not only help greatly in the enforce clearly heard 4 miles away, and build- JU' ut will tale |"Uc' tame to Jay. Acid or Nitrogen can compensate -

ment of laws prohibiting expectorations I ings in all parts of the city were One of the Victims Had Threatened He attended th.. common ehools in Mr. Burt ;" vurvivvd t>y a wife and for a lack of potash in

on sidewalks and in public conveyances shaken. Several Times to Commit Suicide. this county for eleven terms and four ftnMreu, Mrs.'r Waiter and fertilizers [for
but that, in educating the. Pieces of the boiler were blown \4 and all
child The Bodies Were Found In a New pent two yeais at the Normal Iusti- Clifton Burt, MM J. F. Hoy, of grain
.he will be educating the man. He hundreds of feet away and Engineer t
has brought the matter to the atten- Saunders was blown up in the air ana York Flat Where They Lived. ute at Jasper when it was in cnsrgr Costal Itiver, and Mrs. P.M. L tug, other crops]. i

tion of Henry A. Rogers, president of landed SO; feet from the wrecked en- New York March 24.-Three persons of Prof. Gailliauis now president of of Holder, all of whom are well We shill U $tad

the board of education, who heartily gine. He regained his feet immediately were killed by illuminating gas tie Evst Florida! Seminary. known in 0':alaanti their friends here to send hr to **ffanner
approves the suggestion. after striking the ground and in East Elev- our.jiUWk
in a 5-story
After finishing his course at the s 'rup..thizeith them iu the. lags of
Great started towards home. He was com- "' alu-
quantities of slips are being enth street today and many occupantsof which contain!

printed by the department of health pletely dazed, and had to be held by neighboring flats were more or less Jasper( Normal President Guilliams husband and ftther. ark informatUa
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for distribution among the children several railroad employes. overcome. The dead are: voluntarily gave him the following U. D. C. Benefit. about

and at the same time the teachers Fireman stokes, a white boy, was Otto Grossman, :25: years old, a host couimeiiuiory letter: QERnAN KALI WORKS,
The Confederacy
will be expected to explain the seri- most seriously injured, but it is believed ler. Daughters o lover T.ra-AU. t..64
.Y w. Pt.
'Mr. Zetrouer Las been in attendance
he will The have had seats placed under the heau-
that engineer
ousness of the dangers involved in the recover. Jennie Grossman, 32 years old, his

practice of spitting in public places.It suffered only slight bruises and wife. at the Javier Xoruial Institute tiful oak trees in the grovr west of --

is designed that both boys and scalds. Rosie Longfelder, :C3: years old, a for several terms He U a faithful >ir. D,)zi ?r'd re. \It-nce. where they
girls carry a little pad of the warning The cause of the explosion is not seamstress, boarding with the Gross- TROPICAL
student awl has made good
progressaud : and rake
to serve ice irearu
known the engine had just takenon expect
slips and that when they see a as mans.
water at the tank. his worth commends him as an Friday afirruoou from 3 to 5
man violating the ordinance they will Two gas jets were found turned on next ,

hand him a card warning him of the full head. According to the neigh- earnest! cousecetilious young man." o'clock. PINEAPPLE

heavy fine to which he is liable. BRUTAL HUSBAND WHIPS WIFE. bors, Grossman several times threat Mr. Zetrouer has grown with the The proceed*a r- tI.e donated 10

ened to turn the and end his
on gas
years and it elected will carry lUlU fund to aid ,,'''III'
Men Took Him in HandWifeGiven their mouuin 'ut or :
RADIUM DON'T CURE CANCER. Angry life and that of his wife.
-- Protection. the ollice a great deal of zeal and ih oilier worthy ctuiofor which their
Last night it was said, there was a

Treatment By Its Means Has Been Atlanta, March 24.-Brutally chokedby merry-making at the Grossman fiat the language of Prof. Uuilluiij- help i" sulieitfl.! Th.111111.16; plea-' : TAR and
Entirely Abandoned. her husband and struck again md
and considerable wine was drunk.
uuua u.tl degree of eousceutio-is fri .N old! BUrl
toe their <-u young.
New York, :March 24.-The ra Hum again in the face and about the body;

treatment for cancer Las been entirely such was the treatment received by ALL LEGISLATION STOPPED. earnestness.Brithiuark. I Death of Mrs. Bullock.

abandoned at the Cancer hospital Mrs. W. H. McDonough, of Chicago. Bull. of Mae'n a ,. who V/INE./
which mark ami mar Mr. >cfe:, < ,
cables The Herald's London correspondent at the hands of her husband while I No Quorum In Mississippi Legislature
It was never viewed with riding in a closed carriage on Peach- I Causing Trouble. the otuside or the body are H grit f to has been: inK:..It for the past two I

much hope there, and a few days ago tree street Tuesday afternoon.And Jackson, Miss., March 23.-The Mississippi every mother whose chillren ma> years with ht-r rater:, Mr,;. AijiuEicheli

the last unsuccessful experiment withit it took just about five seconds, I legislature is tied up in a bear thrm. But for every ,hild who I >eraer, died niutMlHy. Mrs has cured more bad

took place.According for spectators to hold up the vehicle, hopeless looking deadlock on account dears birth-mark on the skin there of
I Bullock was a satt'erer from consumption cases Indigestion,
to the Daily Mail the and after dragging the defenseless of the point-of no quorum being raised are many who bear an indelible birth

trials were made at the end with a woman from her husband, gave her in the lower house, in order to prevent mark on the miud. Nervous motheis and had been at the point of La Grippa, Stomach

case containing five grains covered protection to her hotel. the signature by tie speaker, have nervous children aud muuy a death fur months:

only with mica sheeting probably the The occurrence of Tuesday afternoon of the bill validating the merger of man and woman ewes an irritable aud The deceased was a conipirativelyyoung disorders, Coughs and

largest morsel in any hospital in Eu- is without precedent in the annals I the Mobile and Ohio and Southernrailways. despondent temperament to those woman aud is survived by a Colds this winter than

rope and the effect was always the of Atlanta's history, accordingto I days of treed when the mother Mailed 1

same though it might vary in a degree. eyewitnesses. The entire story I The point was raised by the friends the hour of her mate ruity. The use husband anti one child, who are_ in I ALL OTHER reme

The surface of the skin be- will be told before Recorder Broyles j of the merger bill who had received of Dr. Piercfc's Favorite Prescription Matcm.Mr. .

came inflamed, a blister formed and this afternoon but it is probable that j I a tip that it would be sprung at alI trial. dies combined.See .
the mother for her
strengthens of Savannah
W. B. Iteuhaiu, ,
dried up, but that was all. the witnesses will be others than the !I most the last moment by the enemies

Sixteen cases have been under treat- charming wife who refused: to prefer of tne mea>ure. With strength tomes:: a buoyancy ttfspirits general superintendent of the Atlantic J
and quietness of mind, *hicb ,
ment, the longest period of a single application charges against her husband after 1 The telegraph wires are being! deluged Coast Line, Mr. J. X. Brand: iuperiu- I II
"- having been three hours, and the manner of women who love and :i with messages urging the absentees is one of the happiest gifts a mothercan I
and Mr. :::.
the longest total time of application begged that he might not I7e arrested. 1 to return immediately to the bestow on her oilspring. By t-iv tsndentoftrausportation :

having been about 25 hours and the i .capital. iug vigor and elasticity to the drlicu'.ewomanly A. Ford, superintendent of the 11

;' only.favorable result has been an occasional BOY TAKES FRIEND'S LIFE. Adjournment sine die is to take organs "Favorite Prescrip Gainesville district, passed through I

cessation of pain. On the place at 1 o'clock today, and unlessa tion" practically does away with tilt Ocala Tuesday iu Supt. Deuham's I

other hand several patients have com Quarrel of Sixteen-Year-Old SchoolBoys j quorum is secured, before that hour pain of maternity and I.liaktthe II

plained of an increase of pain. Results in Death. '! all pending legislation is doomed. btby's advent as natural and as 81 in picas private car on their w.y to Winter I '

; Chipley Ga., March 24.-In a fight i i Attorneys for two railroad corporations the blossoming of a flower. There Garden, when they wiil meet the I

MEN TO RETURN TO WORK. at Whitesville, in Hams county between '' are here in force and special U no opium, eosins or oilier nan-Otic railroad comojiibionerd to discuss! !

two IC-year-old boy Tom Har- : trains may be ordered for members. I
contained in "Favorite Prescri linu.
better transportation fir that place. Your DruggM or lUrlle
Lithographers Who Were Locked Out alson and Robert Maddox, the latter | commanded by the sergeant-at-arms

Are Employed Again. struck young Haralson on the head ': to return to the capital who cannot Special Notice Hon. H A. burford, of this city, the Manufacturer

New York, March 24.-It is asserted with a stick, resulting in a fracture j reach here on regular trains. The next visit! to Ocala of Dr E. T. division i council for the road, who has

ty President Pritchard of the Lith of the skull in two places which ;: Allen, the eYt, tar, note and throat : been with these gentlemen in Tallahassee -

ographers' International Protective and caused the young fellow's death. i j BIG CELEBRATION PLANNED. surgeon of Tampa will be Thursday .
for several days returned to
Beneficial associationthat 15 large The boys were especially good April 7th, Montezuma Hotel. t If

firms throughout the country have friends and were apparently in the utmost -j Secret Orders of Atlanta to Have a Ocala with them.

decided to employ members of his association good humor up to ten mhutes :j j Big Meeting July 4th. Mr. J. H. iLeuvengoid, who has Wednesday we had several caller to

and end the lockout in their preceding the unfortunate difficulty. Atlanta, :March: 23.-A movementhas been visiting in Manatee county, re* ,
of T.V.. Haralson been for : from ditlereut parts of the county
plant. Haralson is a son inaugurated a monster
turned to Ocala several days ago, and
There Is nearly 10,000 workmen and young Maddox is a son of secret order demonstration in Atlantaon i and m reply l to interrogations they all I

locked out in various parts of the country Hon. J. A. Maddox. Both are well July 4, for which it is expectedthat after bpending ft'wHtI>S here with said the gubernatorial question is a

owing to their refusal to sign the known men of this county. The community I definite plans will be formulatedthis his uncle, Mr. A. J. Leavengood, will
mixed problem among the voters to
mployers arbitration agreement. is much grieved over the deplorable week. leave for his home in Conhccton,
occurrence. 'I The various lodges of the different f ris they could ascertain, public Tropical
: Ohio. Helis| very much carried away ,
Union Bindery Girls Strike. Young Haralson did not speak after'' secret orders in the city have been sentiment being divided among all ,
the blow struck and the of j I asked to appoint committeemen to with Florida, and next winter may t-'
was cause
Chicago, March 24.-The number of I the candidates, but as to the questionof Manufacturing
strike here increased the schoolboy quarrel cannot be asi i consider the project and a meetingof return and make this his! permanent
bindery girls on was the United states benatorship it
certained. these representatives has been I
to 700 today, strike commit- home.
called for Thursday night at 7:30 I scents to be recognized as a foregone

tees visiting controlled printing and by the bindery Chicago establishments Reward for Wilson's Murderer. o'clock. Miss Ruth Bond and Mr. H. )l I. conclusion that Senator Taliaferrowill I Co IIP) a J\Y.

Typothetae and insisting that theunion's Montgomery Ala., March 24. ernor Jelks this afternoon offered a Thursday! night and it is expectedthat JA:1(5NVILL! LORID
demands for 10 will be married in $
a per cent increase society people, ty
subcommittees will be appointed to him is becoming less and I lets
reward of $200 for the arrest and delivery -
be accepted. The employers the Sold All .
Barnabns church evening of by DruggUtt.CHiSE.BLUM
of the murderer of L. Wilsona to arrange the different; incidental details every day.
Included !In the Typothetae are said
to be white man, at Dothan. It is said to the celebration. When these April fourteenth. Rector Henry W.
contemplating a general lock ----- --
The Married Ladies Card Club
out. five men called him out to the front committees have formulated their reports Little, formerly of DeLsud!, will go

gate and shot him. It is alleged: that the general plan of the cele- enjoyed a most delightful meeting 1i
over to perform the marriage cere
bration will then be to the
he knew something about the Post reported '
Shellman Man Heads Brigade. with Mrs. 1'. T. Mueroe Wednesday
master Milligan assault case. different lodg -g. mony. __
Savannah, Ga., March :24.-General afternoon. Her guests besides the

P. A. McGlashan, commander: of the )1r. A. C. Kenley, of Wilmington,
Georgia division of Confederate Vet N. C., vice-president and general
has roe, Mra. T. O. Bright, and Mrs.
erans, appointed Colonel
Georgia Republican state con- Cig Mills Locking Tcward Gotten and manager of the Atlantic Coast Line "

I Crittenden, of Shellman, brigade commander vention meets at the capitol today. I Timber Lands. with a party of friends visited Ocala Berry Hiss Miss Esther Weathers

for the southwestern Georgia The house devoted all of yesterdayto Cotr.tus.lIss.., March :23.: -At the Mrs. C. L. Garnsby won the prize, a
i brigade. yesterday in his private car. They
F discussing the po&toffiee appropriation -. invitation: of the pro-csEite: Union, beautiful slick pin. This party was a i $459t
The appointment is made to fill the
bill. II two eastern manufacturers from New went out to the Springs:: in the after
caused by the very pleasant' one and Mrs. Munroe'sguests
G vacancy .resignation of -Private" Dalzell estimates that York :tate accompanied \\'. L. Hen noon and left last
Colonel C. night
M.1Vheatley.Mississippi were charmed with the
Ccron, land and idnstrial agent ot
President Roosevelt's recent service
pension order will take $300,000.000from I the Southern railway; to this city Col Bob Sanders was up from Dunn. hospitality of their hostess. I : .
Legislture Adjourns. h that: -mi :rlan's private Satur
g car
Jackson, Miss.. March 24.-The Mississippi the treasury.A I Curia as usual with a tremendous roll A letter from Mr. I. J. Brokaw, II t 00 -
dcv to look over the country around I sr., l
legislature after a session of missionary in German' Southwest Coiusibus with a view of locating a$2t,0 of money and colored man obstrvingit formerly one of the progressive citizens -

two and a half months adjourned this Africa has written a letter denyingthat said him "Mr. Sanders how i,
i00 knitting mill at this place. to : of Anthony, informs us that be
afternoon at 1 o'clock. Appropriation the natives have been guilty of
J In all probability the factory will kin a man roll if he h'aint got no I
is still residing in Texas aud is more
bills to the amount of GOoO,000, covering indiscriminate slaughter. be rP:::ovvd from its present locationin II
the next two years, were passed. Southern Democrats in congress area I Xt-v; York state to Columbus, as roll?" Mr. Sanders remarked that it and more charmed with that country.He I I II EDk1llr

Among the laws passed was a uniform unit in declaring that the south I tl'e promoters of the enterprise are was very sound philosophy says it is! filling up very rapidly i I L f li t U+CJ d jI

textbook law, a bill providing for a should put forth her own candidates greatly in favor of establishing the
with settlers and that lands advancing
are -
bond issue of $500,000. for president and vice president I plant in some southern city. Mrs. Howard Dutill, of the Hyde I
in That he like all r i HCMPm.1
price. i
A dispatch received from Ashkabad, ParkIetbof'tist: church, will be H delegate iI I I I
Can't Use American TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. parts of the state so well that he finds
Ships. capital of the Russian Conference
transcaspian to the Annual Missionary 517 and 519 \V. Bay 6U

., Vancouver B. C., March 24.Ameri territory, says a rumor is current there which in Ocala Saturday it difficult to make up his, mind inexactly I I I
Board of trustees of the Universityof opens
can vessels will no longer be permitted t I Jacksorullle Fla.
that the ameer of Afghanistan has ,
to load at the ports Vancouver, been po;soned. G K>rg'a! decide to rebuild science March -6.! -Tampa Tribune. what part to take up his : -

or Victoria goods of Canadian origin National politics is now the sole hall.Dr. Mrs. Dutill will be entertained by permanent location. He is in the. V

destined for transportation Henry McDonald, former pastorof business i i!
to Dawson at Gainesville and is
topic of interest In Birmingham anda Mrs. W. H. Clark during her stay in nursery :
via St. Michael and the lower Yukon the Second Baptist church of Atlants i Iif
> strenuous fight is being made for Ocala. making very excellent headway.Mr. .
route such merchandise In future to is dying.
-, Jefferson county's :CO: votes in the Ala- -- o. fiI I
be transported in British bottoms. The Stock Breeders' association will F. G. Moorehead and children,
bama state convention.The
meet at Jacksonville, Fla The sessions FOLEVi::ij lml .NDTAR who have been the guests of Mril.oorebead'8 .
Mississippi legislature adjourned
'i Three Boys Drowned in the Ohio. 'I will last two days. IiIi
yesterday. The bill validating the Cure- Pre a.. F''eur'coia [ brother, Mr. James ISeedsstcrstmrceykidmo
; Louisville, March 24.-Andrew Isgrigg I Atlanta exhibit at Louisiana Pur-
merger of the Mobile and Onlo rail --------- Brown in this city for the past six
aged 19, Arthur Everhardt, 18 chase txjjositicn! nearly met death at ,.- t

and Edward Hert, :21, all of Jefferson- be road held and up the for Southern two years.railway will council's hands yesterday. RESIDENCE FOR} S0LE weeks, left yesterday for their home in sort aue S uprotntmeets)earertmeaued-+$ ti tif

ville, were drowned today in the Ohio United Confederate Summerville, S. C. ire Ju t.adazd bead.,
Atlanta/ camp 1 tv eli dealers 1904
The proposed impeachment of fed tii
river opposite Louisville. Their boat I Veterans enters protest against sale i Annual postyait tree,
was upset by the swift current near eral Judge Swayne, of Florida, is wor- of counterfeits of the confederate I offer for sale my residence For Pains, aches, coughs, colds, etc p t a a; ,acsL.
rying Republican senators. They I try Turkeween Oil, sold by Ttdings L. ,_ tEFLKY a CO.,
the falls. cross of honor which is the school home!
now being near i
i Detroit RZ
fear the proceedings will keep themin & Co. I .c2uWORMSli
manufactured in Ocala containing 10 -
Fire In West Virginia. Washington during the summer. I :isavannah. Ga., March' 23.-A regimental t.
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An Alabama negro claims that he if j caurtmartial has been ordered bathroom and kitchen hone -- -- 1-
Wheeling, W.'a... March 24.-
made to work out debt he to convene March 29. by Colonel G. condition WHITE'S
Sharp's hotel Wheeler's restaurantand being a is in excellent and CREAM I
contracted Wilcox justice II A. Gordon commanding: the First infantry !' *
never a county -
a few small buildings were destroyed fitted with electric light -VERMIFUGE I !?
threatening to jail him if he refuses to try several men who are to I
by an explosion either of dynamite ; I throughout Hair cash, balance > liortli QaattBt 1tr1LQo.aq,
to pay the alleged debt with his brought there for it, on charges

William or Lawton natural has gas.been The recovered body of labor. The negro says he had no I of failure to attend the recent inspections on easy! term Title For 20 Years Has Led all! Worm Remedi8sTSlZ; ;

' s ;' from: the debris, and it is feared other trial and was given no opportunity to j held by Colonel Obear and :Major f(( t. DAVID S. ,," per-j BOLA. UX .FlLL aRVCiGIST9. r
French. PrP'ndby- --.
;t.- guests of the hotel have been killed. make bond. Room 12 Potofficc Block. JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.
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1 Dr. Butch Hurt. --

I 4 I "And who Is thN Christian giver to MAiii
whom I owe so much?" Monday aftrruoou while driving'
a .4
1'K "The giver prefers to obey the Injunction out !Kxporiiiou: Hin-ei Dr. fcH.. ;
I I Let not your right hand know
C flitch haj>[.*Ufit to au unfortunate'
: V'Malaria
what your left hand doeth. I am not Germ Infected Air. : \
permitted to give the name." accident. In some manner bis horse:
is not confined exclusively to the swamps
When Edward joined Agnes he could became frightened and ran away i and marshy regions of the country but wherever. there is '

'. not repress an expression of inward throwing Dr. Butch from the buggy j bad air this insidious foe to health is found. Poisonous
pleasure. She listened to what he told
and gases from sewers, and the musty air of damp .
k. rG x her and gave him in reply only a pres- rle was brought to the office of Dr. !j vapors '
cellars are laden with the germs of this miserable disease -
sure of the hand, indicating that her
W. H Powers, who attended to his which are breathed into the lungs and taken up by the
heart was too full to her
6LM1. words. express! joyin wounds and carried him to the bO'ilPi.1 blood and transmitted to every part of the body. Then
you begin to feel out of sorts without ever suspecting the
Five passed. Edward Grangerhad tal where he is
now resting t'a
I into prominence Immediately ilY'1 cause. No energy or appetite, dull headaches sleepy and f,
'ew w I sprung One of hU ribs was broken and be tired and completely fagged out from the slightest exertion -
after his graduation and was already
are some of the deplorable effects of this enfeebling '
the pastor of a large CODgn> was fee\vrtly bruised und scratched in
ga- malady. As the disease and the blood becomesmore
tion. He had repeatedly requested Dr.
i several l places.
'- deeply poisoned, boils and abscesses aJd dark or -
Wainright to give him the name of I
Dr. Blmh'ji uccidrut is the skin. When the is
the person who had supplied the funds greatly yellow spots appear upon poison
that had enabled him to reach hisheart's -plorrd and it is hop.-d that he will left to ferment and the microbes and germs to multiply in _
I the Liver and troubles and other serious
desire, but the doctor Invariably Kidney complications often
BOOH be ail right Itgi: n. arise. As Malaria and in the blood
replied that the money had been given begins develops the treatment to be
os an Easter offering and could not be A colored mau was in the vehicle effective must begin there too. S. S. S. destroysthe

: returned. Agnes Keith had become Independent with the doctor but escaped unhurt. germs and poisons and purifies the polluted i
'r through her musical attainments I blood and under its tonic effect the debilitated i
she, too, having left the country I II A Nice Promotion. constitution rapidly recuperates and the system is

to take a position In a choir of a city 1 Mr. Johu E. 8ullivuu, who !. \'t"r..I' soon clear of all signs of this depressing disease.S. .
S. S. is a guaranteed purely vegetable remedy, mild, pleasant and
i rborch. The two had corresponded atintervals weeks ago went to Jacksonville to a duties in dif-
but their lying
: errnt directions had drifted apart. {>t a position with the Southern tion about your case. This will cost you nothing.

Edward Granger was a target for all Express Company as billing clerk THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.

the unmarried women of his congrega his been promoted to the oltice of .
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tion. Some of his Intimate friends conspired
assistant! cashier of that company at
to make a match between him

and one of their number, an excellent the metropolis. This is quite a ret j I l gc5u u e5ey 5e5 5r5a5ei5etrarancanr-aa, 5a5e5 Z S ,u SA

.- young woman, somewhat fashionable :. apousible, position for one of John's a
and with a fortune. Edward who was
more Interested In his work than in age and the Banner j
matrimony, at first res'ife'd but at friends iu extending him congratulations 5"I
Photo by Rock wood. last gave way under pressure and concluded his L 51 To grow strong. Unless we get
I upon promotion.
THE EASTER ANTHEM. to ask the lady to be his wife. g COM meat we may as well let IJ

-- __ -__ He was leaving his study one afternoon So Sweet and Pleasing in Taste. ;a it alone. Tb.ere.Ia no strengthin
to visit her for the purpose when Mrs. C. Peterson, 625, Lke tt.,
the pltti&im surroundings, sti..nnattHil the postman called and handed him a Topeka Kan., speaking of Dillard's tough meat-instead of giv- I ;

4t The > the young people to hopefulness letter from his old friend Dr. Wain- Elorehounil !Syrup frays: "It has ;_ ing it takes strength digest !;
I When they parUnl at the gate of .\gnesKC'illl's right."I +
never failed to give entire satifactiou t 'i it. It pays to be careful in
homo she said: have often doubted It read,
VflInovnCraver "I not but loud of all cough remedies, it is toy buying meat-be sure to
am sure something; may "whether I have been doing right In / get i
COlD of your Interview with Dr. Wain- withholding the name of the person favorite, and I must confess to my V the beat-tender and choice.
right lie Always does more than he I who enabled you to.enter the ministry. friends that it will do, and has done I
I promises!: any rate, wait." I have at last concluded to tell you it what is claimed{ for it, to speedilycure I& Pay a little more if need be and

'I "And trust iu the Ix>rd." being understood, as I have always a cough or cold; and it is so sweet any. putsomethingtnyourstomach i

: "Y t'S." !said, that the gift was an Easter offering and so! pleasing in taste 25c. jOe and ( ; ':; k4 which will put flesh on your
A Story of an Easter Offering I "I will do both for a week and one and cannot returned.. The donor j
fl bottle at Anti
monopoly Drugstore
WALTON I forever. Nevertheless I am zur'll shall was a woman who earned the mon I bones and strong blood in your
By WILLIAMS and Tydings & Co. m
: not go back to the seminary" ey by teaching music and afterward by i hearEDWARDS-. I
I Easter Sunday came, with the same singing In church. Her name is Agnes
was Palm Sunday. The first beautiful weather. Edwurd: called at Keith." It Will BROS.

IT balmy spring day had come, and Agnes Keith's on his way to morning The Itev. Edward Granger;; started as
the lilac buds were bursting, displaying service, and they walked to the church if he had b'fu shot. Rising; from his! I s Stalls 2 and 4 City: Market Ocala Fla.

their tiny leaves. The together. They avoided the subject chair. Le looked at his H-'atch, then iZ!
flowers! In the open air had not as yet nearest their hearts. Edward entertain! started for a train for u* neighboringcity. Pay You nl! 'ur7LT JC JrL! LJCn'rJJ!I JnJ CI L L Ja 7 lJ LJ CJ CJC L!" i

tnown any signs of life, but thousand Ing his friend with some facts of interest When he arrived there in the iI
were budding under glass preparatoryto about the transformation of certain early evening he drove to the house I
You have Real Estateto
filling the churches on Easter Sun creatures, typifying Immortality where Ajnis Keith: 1I8mI was soon IF I any
day. A young man and a girl were They found the church, as usual iu her prt'sence. ,
walking on a country road toward a crowded. with flowers and rejoiced! in "Your Easter offering" he said "has We Have Just Opened. }

iplre that loomed the distance above the exultant Easter anthems The doubtless b-en acceptable to taxi but ORYou're

f a clump of trees and from which a sll- burden of Dr. W lnrl,ht's discoursewas the knowledge of it which t-ame to me V

rer toned bell was summoning the people sacrifire." dwelling especially on today has revealed my blindness and I IF thinking of coming '
Florida for home The Ne.est.The ,
to the morning service.. what the Christian owed to his rhun-u stupidity in so long letting slip a trt>a- to a Nobbiest,

"So you think. Ned said the girl. mentioning! among; other duties that of ure. You made your offering! to the The Swellest t. .
"that you must give up your studies at helping young men to prepare themselves Lord; give your heart to me." OR
the seminary and your plan of becoming for the ministry. At this point "It has always been )'Ollrs." ..3j
a clergyman. ; Agnes turned and looked at her (com Edward Grangers congregation wa IF You desire to infest in any

I "What can I do. Agnes? 1 have still panlon. shortly (' surprised at the announce kind of Florida property, STRAW HATS

r two years of study before graduation The services over, they were leavingthe went of his engagement to a lady with

v sod haven't a dollar In my pocket 1ould church when one of the deacons out their circle, living in a differra TO SEE To be
,0, (- make enough to keep me, for I spoke to Edward, telling him that Dr.
can teach vacation, tutor In term Wiiinright wished to see him a moment I OR WRITEOCALA Caall and see.
:. time and am quite sure of the Wilson In the vestry. There was a happy
' M-hoIarshlp. But mother needs every look In Agnes' eyes as she told Edward INSTANTLY kILLED HUSBAND.

cent I can possibly earn even giving all that she would wait for him Prominent Lawyer-Kills-- Man Becauseof J. H.LIYINGSTON I N &SONS I sF

: my time to money making. She not oulsiila! Family Trouble. ,
"An Easter offering. !said the clergyman i THE CHAMBERS SHOE CO.
only needs her living, but, in the poor Mobile Ala.. March :21.-A special: FLORIDA.
state of her health! the care oft doctor. "has been made through me to
from Hattieslmrg. Miss., says:
t'fImfort'4tllil delicu'ies"The I the church, which concerns you. A '
"R. T. McLendon., a prominent lawyer OCALA, FLA.
girl walked! on without response.Kho !I Christian giver has consented to supply BRANCH'SGenuIneRattles
of this section, today shot and
the funds which will be ,
:;:, knew what her friend said wa necessaryi
i to save yon to the ministry. They will instantly killed James Grayson. a' ake

true. They had been schoolmates. She be paid not to you but your mother, the latter's: home, the trouble arista.- JAS.MGRAHAM, President. GEO.W.HYDE, Viet Pre.
_ had watched: the development of his : whose support Is your first duty, thus from alleged intimacy between Gray

3 brain and when he decided to turn his \ leaving you free to devote yourself to son and McLendon's wife. WATERMELON SEED.

talents to the ministry she had re i: the work of supplying your own needs "McLeniJon immeliately surrendere.
joll't'd.t that time his father was i and preparing, yourself for your lifework" I to the otfierrs.to Only Pure Strain in the United States The First? National Bank

living and ready to help him. All askiatancc I Carefully selected. Kept pure 35 years Soother
i ---
bad been suddenly cut off by -- ol
variety grown on plantation 1500 acres
the death of that father a few weeks Pure seed impossible where different varietiesare OF GAINESVILLE.The .

before t grown. Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
"' i oz., 150: l oz., 25; # lb.toe: % Ib. 65; lib, $1.25; j
Oh, how 1 wish I were rich: exclaimed I 10 Ibs Sio-Delivered. Capital . . . . . . . . ... . .. ..550,000 00 ;

the girl with a sigh. "How" Send for Seed Annual. "Manual on Melon Surplus and Undivided Profits: . .. . . . .. 20,000 00
much good I could do with my money! Culture." loc. Remit by itgistered letter o' 1
"You don't suppose, Agnes that I 1 money Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities tqual to any bank in the :
order.M. Solicts the amounts of Farmers Merchants
btate. Corporations, i
would assistance from a girl: I. BRANCH
accept Etc Interest allowed by special flrrangemeut. All business ,
She turned and looked at him with a
Columbia Co. Berzelia. Ga transacted promptly. _
pair of lionet, expressive eyes .that I 047 ,H. E. T.A YLOR.CI18hler
told him he bad hurt her.

I "That Is, any girl except you," he I. DR. COOKON .__ __ I
added to heal the wound. "Of course t

It you were very rich I would let you

(lend me what Is needed and would pay BLADDER TROUBLES JWIJ D AWoman l els

you when I received a call. : .
By this time they had reached the ; tY t Bladder troubles make life miserable to

chunk and joined the throng th.t:1>1 those who suffer from them, and unless xS K Depressqd. tiIt ,
>nh'rlngrlfr service the minister ,
t I
they are promptly overcome they are certain I -
rausht young; Edward Granger's eye has frequent headaches,a"bad of
to cause serious conditions. Inflammation case nery"lack ot I '
awl beckoned him Into his study. i appetlte, iDllb1l1tl to sleep well a morbid, &l gone V
I, of the bladder it becoming more / Ieeling,It Is not necessarily some'dire
hoar Edward, about ;
"What's this I ,
your Riving up your studies for the I : and more common and when neglected it 9s the Liver.'I.
ministry?" I II I ;L s develops ulceration and this may be followed -

"1 am obliged to give them up," rt"-I II # by perforation and death. The Irritable Don't fail to get today at your druggists a. bottle ofHERBINE
y yr condition that demands frequent
plied the young man and he gave
I reasons. I I evacuation daring the night as well as day -

I The clergyman knit Lls brows. "1' time,la a source of great mortification and .
f am obliged to admit" be said, "that I kt g x, y diaconicomfort to old and young. It will quickly and surely restore the Liver Kidneys

i you are right but I cannot be reconciled Dr. Cook, of Chicago, an authority on and digestive organs to their normal funeUo 1.s. lou'll
feel like a new woman after
taking the first bottto
t to the church losing your services. kidney and bladder troubles, says:
Were (It not that we are so loaded with 50 Cents. ALL DRUGGISTS.McMillan .
t "It Is impossible to a single agent
f necessities just at this time I would : : that is a specific for this class of troubles

f make an attempt to raise what you : because there are so many different structures

need: Involved in the organs. However,
f "You are very kind"-. ) we are able to combine the best known
"Not to Interrupted the clergy
-t man. "While you 1 should be glad to serve j)4yt remedies and obtain most excellent re- t
iulu. The known as FOLBT'S Bros
4 you personally I would not attempt to preparation
help you by levying contributions for KIDXET CCHK la an Ideal combinationI I

I ,-ou. and 1 know you too well to think use it exensively in my practice and findIt 1, '

that you would accept them. We need can be employed successfully every

J Kooil men, titled for our work and I \ z '. form of kidney and bladder trouble Southern Copper Works

dad set my heart on the church securIng u k 4% -1 FOLET'S KIDSET CUBE It an hones
) of Stills
you. Have you come to a decision r preparation. It is not a decoction of some Manufacturers Turpentine

as to what you will doa '" hitherto unknown root or herb claimed to

"\ We are not expected at tbe''' x rFt. be a cure-alL Common sense tells us and General Metal Workers. x

seminary till after Easter Sunday, and i that such preparations have but little If
t' I shall decide on that day. The Lord y
any value. For i'a KIDSEY; Cms contains F
will direct me." all the best known agents used by Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

I "II? will surely." church and kidney and bladder specialists combined through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

Joined The young man Keith left who the was waiting In a manner that readers them most effective wire will receive prompt attention at either of the ti
take. In the most j
and pleasant to even .
walked -
: for him at the door. As they follcwing works -
homeward Edward gave her the sub- hopeless cases its use gives relief and

1 stam-e of his conversation with their when taken in time cannot help but cure FAYETT tHLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.
In the form of kidney or bladder trouble.
minister. Birds were chirping every
ties lining! : the road, and an army of 1 Postoffice Drug Store J.ACKSWILLE, FLA. ,
lns K-N ws crawling out into the :ollnl -- -

'ht Youth under tt i influence of

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GEN. fOSTER THE MAN. i bliat "It r-a'lily 'r press-d in'" f.-r-j: ROGERS RUNS FOR SHERIFF. .- -. ::- _' -:" _': I 9{ t D ''!'.L.ikl''r.; .. .': ;::n .- i1n.I'!"t

... .11 ih.. orti-e the i
vj < >In.-t- It.* rii er I

fey Adjuta t General Says Lieut. ot! } ordn.HUCf, s'Drt auii iiippineutd I Popular Ocala Man,in 'Race in Mario.i I f

Gr. .m-'Iu.: Splendid Record.Is have bteulii uiJ Hud now the I County. i i A HARD MN TO BEAT j

a Native. tn "|.!! .'f the wlmlc t$ ate are prepared Although out: of the Tribune's I

To the Editor of the Ocala Ban aer. for acMVf >erie Utmorrn if i h"iliwicot, it is gratifying 10 learn that

: Will Yt u kindly allow me the space ralle-mUl. He uurkt-d faithfully for i Mr. Allan Rogers: of Ocala, will .lt.-to I ( t tt

tll" pass" gfllf 111ll'lll llllIIUl ('lIu.1 I cam-palate foraheritrof \ county. i t
Jn your excellent paper to say a few <
greM! kuo-ii us the Dick fathere.t! by He is uut only one of the best men
vordsin favor of one of the candidates 1

for state office in the coming Ohio) by which bill th- stHii'iing r-t-el and us brave as a lion and is f i

primary, Gen. J. C. R Foster, the army of the Uuite .otlihtl has been uo'ed for his loyalty and iutergriiy.

present incumbent and candidate for rrduced by forty thousand mii, and Mr. Rogers has been a rel.identf
re-ele2tiou to the office of adjutant by which by the ro-peratinu of the i iI I Florida for over twenty years anti

general of Florida
Gen. Foster is serving out the uu- the aid of lieu. Foster and the wtiole of Ocala. Daring the p.liny t i ii

expired term of Gen. Patrick Houston state troop) the elate troop have phosphate days, be was one of the

decrased. been equipped with the modern largest and moil important factors in
He lOen. Foster) is a descendant of Krag-.JtTgen.-ou rifle and complete: the discovery and development of .

one of the oldest of Florida families, equipments. Therefore, I ask the I that m industry. He was phenomenally I II

bis ancestors having come to Florida hearty support of the democrats of successful and si.uply coined money

from Spain during the days of spanish Marion county in returning a mae by his characteristic shrewdness.

possessions, and their names have to office who has proven himself so During the past few years, Mr. Rogershas

been identified with much of the eminently fitted tor such office. teen devoting mot of his time to I

early history of Florida. IP conclusion, I will state that all good roads building in Miriou eojutyand

Gen. Foster was born in Savannah, other things being equal I heartily to him more than any other individual 1 I

Ga. At the death of his father he favor Florida men for Florida offices, that county is indebted for its

with his mother moved to Florida especially one who has entirely by splendid high wary penetrating: every !1M
when he was three years old. At the his own efforts risen to enjoy the i hamlet and nook of the couuty. In i I
ii i- {rofY.1tl1.
age of fourteen he was forced to relinquish confidence: of those well qualified to the construction of these i.uproved

his studies in order to wake judge of his fitness.r'incerely thoroughfares, he worked convict y I -
his living.; Thus the greater part of labor and i i-s thoroughly conver-aui I

his ,education was lroeurej in the JOHN M. GRAHAM. \ with that kind of peopl and shouldhe I t f

broad school of experience.He become inherit of his adopted The man) who buys HARDWARE of !

has ever been a consistent demo Pitches His Tent in Florida. county he would experience no difficulty I

ocrat being appointed assistant po,t- Mr. George Kocher, who for tweuty ;,
whatever:: in managing the MARION H
master at St. Augustine, during the seven years: pulled the throttle on criminals that would be under his I I RDWARE .* COMPANY ;

t second Cleveland: administration. some of the fastest locomotives in supervision.As .

i- >Ie: was! active in the organization of the. wet and northwest and who alLan, tax payer and ckizeu: his AGKXTSFOR .

the Bryan and Sew all democratic during the civil wkr was an army justly entitled to tile office, and i if

club of St. Johns county, beiug its locomotive engineer, pulling supply tile Tribune had its say about the "FA VORITffi" STOVES AND RANGES
trains for grant in his Virginia campaign
He also purchased and
secretary. elec'iou, he would have no opponent.

edited the St. Augustine Morning and who afterwards made a With such men as Allan Rogers in CHATTANOOGA PLOWS
democratic f' trip around the world, H now locatedin
Journal the recognized
: the sheriff's office, a higher plane
of St. Johns: resigningthe Florida and is so well pleased with
organ county, among Bounty officicls would be immediately -. ELLWOODFENCING
. editorial chair to enter the ser- its people, climate and its soil that reached and Florida would .

vice of the United States during the he says he. expects to end his days take front rank among its sister statesin u'

war with Span here. Of all the countries in tbe selecting the best marl for offices of A Full Line of Everything Usually Carried
Gen. Foster has fourteen years world he nays that Florida is the moat honor and tru.st.Tue a

i experience in military matters, as! an delightful to him. Its breezy are voters of Ocala can make no First Class Hardware Store. .

'enlisted man, as an officer of the soft, lulling and soothing. That it is mistake in making Mr. Rogers sheriff .

' volunteers in the service the United not too cold in winter nor too hot in I and it is to be hoped that he will be SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.

States and as adjutant /general: of summer. That it ha :fewer pestiferous I uuimously elected in the approaching I ,

the state of Florida and is a person insects and venomous reptiles I primary. He has enough friendsin I

eminently qualified to fill the last than any country he has ever visited Tampa' and South Florida to carry MARIONAHARDWAREACOMPANY.; f

named office as well as any other and he it perft'ctlycontented to gpvnd the election and should they be permitted

position in the military service.At his remaining days here and says b.1 to cast their ballots for him, -'. :.-"i.--' :: : :_ <_ :. : -
: -
: : .i .:. .: _
: : :. _
understand life is short I i
cannot as so ,
a meeting of the Florida Na ; lu would have the office in his grasp -,
tioual Guard Association held Jan that so many people are willing to Tribune. 1 f -
right now.-Tampa .
( uary 27 last, the following resolution** shiver and freeze eight months in the Well Again.

,ist were adopted : year when they could come to Flori- I The many friends of John Blount i GivenAwayVr.tetsoraskan

Whereas, Major General J. CliJord da and enjoy almost perpetual sunshine will be pleased to learn that he has $500.x alelat
.-. R. Foster is a candidate for electionto entirely revered from his attack of \ fc.rI
Alabacliee dcaer s
the office of adjutant general of thee Mr. Kocner is located ou the hills of rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain full particulars free sap:t curd of '
Florida State Troops for the ensuing Balm cured him after the best doc
Lemon and that the
avenue says n\n\\ns\\\\
:', term, andWhereas tors in tbe town (Monon Ind.) had :
woods in their regal costumes of
t Ills realized by all, who i failed to give relief. The prompt relief THE $SAMTARY ALL COATtNO.
have the interest"of the Florida State green present a picture that will give I from pain which this liniment Destroys disease germs and ,vermin..
Troops at heart, what baa been accomplished inspiration to the pen of a poet and affords is alone worth many times the .' -Never mix with rubs cold or scales.watcr. You L'eautifclefecta un arrly u

by him in furtheringtheir to the brush of a painter and advisesall cost. For sale by all druggists and Inn walls a and in white breeding.and delicate. out-of-druc tints.
efficiency; therefore, be it : madicme dealers. m hot-water glue Ktlso-
of his friends, if they wish to fanciful
manes bearing- names and
Resolved, That we endorse bis can- < mixed with hot water stuck vp-.ti
B arc ci
enjoy life, to pitch their tents amid From Saturday's Daily.
which nourish
didacy and tender him our hearty glue rots -g germs of
" the branches and under the Ocala at the Stock Breeders Convent deadly diseases and rubbing and scaling -
Cooperation and support and that .'eurge coughing cpoiUn walls,doth:.uy and furs f
upon the electors of the state of balmy sies of fair Florila. tion. ture.properly Buy belled Alabastlne fit jai 13;.t G, lir.rt.wire Jb pirrs, I

Florida to support: him at the coming Ocala: will be very much in evidence and"Hints drug on Decorating dealers. Leaf.ct.-Lc'.rt1s'< : t.rts,
primary and return him to that office, To The Ladies. r ideas free iUEASIBf! : C:, I::t.: _,, !l t, ;
the Stock Breeders
at Convent
Crud Rafiii lick.ForsalebyMcIver&Mackay.
.. .r
as we feel that it would work a hardship -
MisSpoouer( late of East Lake, tion to be held in Jacksonville March H. B Masters. ;
'0 on the state troops to make a
Marion county, and now residing in
Change in the office at the present 22 ands. :
New York, offers her services to her
time. Mr. Z. C. Chhmbliss will deliver an
friends and acquaintances as purchasing ....
.. .
I in for I. tS "; :I> "
take great pleasure presentingto agent. Owing to her prox address: the title of which is, "What .
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: the voters of Marion county in the imity to the Urge department store, the Cattle Industry has done for

coming primary the name of so able she has every facility for seeing the Florida."

a man, one who has the confidence latest fashions and purchasing in the Mr. H. L. Anderson will speak on
: cheapest markets. Orders will have .
and hearty support of the whole the "Rtnge Cattle of Florida" and Mr.S. I iC
promptest attention. Address,
militia serving under him, and as an Miss Spooner, Green ave. Brooklyn, H. Gaitskill, of McIntosh; who jil.

officer of and one who has been con- X. Y. Refers to Mr- A. W. Allen half way belongs to Ocala, will hate .at6.RV..9K,

: nected with that militia and served Lake Weir, Flli. 3 Ht for his subject, "A Review of the

under General Foster feel as do the Industrial Development of Florida. A. I K- H WKES, Optician,
Black Patti to Be in Ocala.
entire militia that we are better There will l be other interesting addresses Established 1870.

The Black Patti Troubadours grand [ [ [
qualified to make a -election, and on importaut subjects by Cot Commencing over thirty years ago
Trans-American and European tour Ihe smallest way, the firm has steadiyt
very earnestly ask the co-operation of is with Wade and Col. Goodyear, of Georgia; and rapidly crown, until
progressing a tuccess second
the voters in the election of our Dr. Tnhaferr, Dr. Dawson and Prof. HA WIESIsPECTACLES I
only to that enjoyed by Sousa;; the EYEGLASSES have a :
Choice. Connor, of the University of Florida i't
march king. Frost the ; leputation, and are u.-ed in i
General Foster took the office two opening M. A. Crosby, of the Bureau of Plant town and city througuout the
night at the Star theatre, N. Y. City,. These famous glasses are Used by .
years ago, a choatic miss: he straightened where a mighty multitude turned out Life United States Department of best class of people iu all communities

it out, placed the state troops on Agriculture, Washington, D. C., who They are fold only by ('
every night of the engagement, up to of recognized reliability, of
a strict business footing issued books is will
an expert, deliver an addresson there
the present time the tour has been one ate now over 11,000 :
for diBerent departments and insistedon "Wiater Pasture and Forage these goods; and when it is remembered :
continuous and unbroken series of that there is only oue agent
their being correctly kept, placedthe crowds Crops of the Southern States," and town, the wonderful demand for
triumphs, ovations hits for
commanders of companies under our old friend, Syd L. Carter, will can be somewhat: appreciated.For '
the troubadours and unmeasurable sale by
bond for the preservation of the tell of the "Profits of Dairying in
pleasure and satisfaction for their int. IVM. AMHHSONever \.
stores in their charge, and today Florida." Peddled.FOiEYSHONEMAR.
every article of clothing and every patrons.
piece of ordnance is accounted for The show is pronounced a positive Mr. Dan Morgan Smith has entered

success by all the Xew York critics into a co-partnership with Mr. Horace !
Tragedy Averted. heals lu A
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"Justin the nick of time our little: and the smartest and swel est, according W. Nichols, jr., and Bestrand! F. ............ -- --- ---- -- (
boy was saved'' writes Mrs.V.. to the New York Herald, Lichtenberger for the purpose of engaging

Watkins, of Pleasant City Ohio. seen in New YorK this season. ; in the general practice of law Jer y Burnett,
'Pneumonia had played sad havoc They will at Marion
appear Opera in Chicago. Their rooms are in the (
with him and a terrible cough had
house Saturday night March :6. Association Building 153 Li Salla Merchant
set in besides. Doctors treated him,
he grew worse every day. At length ------ street. The O.ala friends of Mr.

we tried Dr. King's New Discovery Folev's Honey and Tar. Smith: will be pleased to know that Tailoring.

7 for consumption, and our darling Cures coughs and cold he is succeeding finely and every dayis
saved. He's now sound and Cures Bronchitis
was and asthma. Ocala Florida. .
climbing higher up the legal ladderin
well." Everybody ought to know, Cures croup and whpingcough. :
= it's the only sure cure for coughs, Cures hoarseness and bronchial the western metropolis.FOLEYSKIDNEYCUKE. Finest Imported and

colds and all lung diseases. Guaran- troubles. I Domestic Cloths. I

teed by Anti-monopoly Drug Store Cures pneumonia and lagrippe. : Cutting a I 1

and Tydings & Co. m Poetoffice Drag Store. m Makes Xidam and Bladder Right Fits Guaranteed. ||

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by the lack on the part ot Japanese Your KidneySt NOTICE Is HKKEBY GIVEN TH\T THE I will be at the following plac I to receive

--- ;:ned, inteud to apply to the Governor VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN returns of real and personal property aai
CAPITAL of mounted skirmishers. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Lure Blood. of the Mate of Florida at Tallahassee, .-' the undersigned, will apply TH.Tf'j agricultural reports a the law re .ire ,'
Florida on the tbth day ot April A. D. 1904. for W M Bullock,jadge ol the circuit F 1904.
Letters Talent on the proposed Charter hereto BRt.\RY.
of four
MISSOURI REPUBLICANS MEET.To judicial Crcit Flon.a. Kendrick i a Tn
: att&chea the original of which is now on file in
All th= tbod: : in your: body passes: through the publication of for the approval Martin Monday i p. tn
tbe office ol the secretary of Mils of the Mate of and endorsement ot the
Further Details your kidneys once every three minutes. Florida, at Tallahassee Florida following piopo&ed Lowell Tuesday 2 am.
I Of Port Arthur Elect Delegates to National Con. I The kidneys are yo.ir&T I charter. o wit Reddick Tuesday a p. m, .:

) vention-Roosevelt Indorsed.. 1l. <"!. I PROI'OSEDCIIaRTER, OF CRYSTAL RIVER tin .tpnl8th, 1904.ARTICLK Mcintosh Wednesday 3
i purifiers they W
:% ..: : I CentralThursday4a. m.
BombardmentExpected. Kansas March 23. Tbe Republican '::: RAILRXHD COMPANY. I.
City -
.h .W I !er out the wast: or I'Iemirglon.Prday 3 a. m.
J.\.1 The Dane of this shall be 'The
I The do themselves corporation
state convention to select .A imuritiesintieLlood.! undersigned hereby associate S p m
CLAIM JAPS together as a under the Brothers and sisters of Chant)' Number i. of shady Grove : Sac. .
Body Corporate }
SHELL Monday
INEFFECTIVE I 1-c ). c'i i If they are sick :Marion Florida
four delegates at large with alter \ or provisions ol the statute laws of the aute: of county, Santos Monday 8pm. :

nates to the national convention met : I -ti't"c: : of order, they fail to d= Honda and do publish the following Articles ot ARTICLE II. Belleview Tuesday f.
Russian Admiral I 1l--Ie" their: work. Incorporation: Pedro (school ] a. m,
Commenced 1.4 hou.WednesaYlO .
For Not here today. ; ARTICLE I.ThenameotthisCorporaaon. 'he general nature of the business is to bebenevolent summerfield .
Par.achear.drheu-. \
: charitable work. attending the sick.
Going Out to Engage the Japanese The state romiaatin conventionwill I I PJ1f! natisrr. come from excess shall be: Cn\s- bUT ing the dead. and assisting those in need Candler Ocklawaha Thursday Thursday it a. m. .
.... TAL KIALK RAILROAD tOllPASThe: principal are members of this association and I p
Squadron-Chinese be held at St. Joseph on July 27. r .1 cf uric acii in the place of business ol this corporation shall beat ab East Lake Friday u a. .
Official Fails to .. to piotect the young Irom viscious
; blood due ucala. Marion Florida with such h\c Weirsdale Fnday 12 p m.
There babl will be ten : to neglected county. hailts.
pri> > presented I Linadale (school hcuse) Saturday t
Make Ntw Year Calls.St S to the convention for delegates kir.l: t-!;. ol branch i/HcUurs.offices as may be adopted oy the Board ARTICLE: III. Drawdv's SatuHav night. 13 <3
I KiUr.cy trouble: causes: q':ick or lmS'e1. YI ARTICLE II. Membership.: -Members may be receivedwho Moss BlufB10nday l!a. m.
P.'ters'mrg! March 22.-1:7 them being D. M. Rouser EmIl 01 character and Electra
p.m among j heart beat;, and makes ens feel\ as though are good standing and Monday 15 p. m.
-Fuuher details! : of The general nature of the buMuesa to be transacted are elected by a majority vote at any stated Lynn Tuesday i6a ni.GrahamvifleTuesday .
: yesterday's attack Pretorious, L. F. Parker and Albert hcy had inan trouble: bscauss thi heart: is
by this Corporation shall be to construct.maintain meeting. 16 p.m. i
on Port Arthur are expected daring Day, of St. Louis; C. W. Smith of j ovr-forv'.ng! in ;pumping thick. kdr.eypcLioasd : and operate a railroad iro.a a point on ARTICLE IV Connor Wednesday 17 a. m.

t.e day but nothing In the way ofprivate Maryville; D. B. Clements, of Macon, I| : toi! ; through veins and arteries. crystal River at or near a place c. lcd Cry tdl. The term for which this corporation shall cx- Chnrchi(school house) Thursday iS a. m
i It ucii'.j bi considered that in Citrus county. Honda to tne town lit is ninety-nine (99)) years.ARTICI.E. KerrCity Thursday 18 p. m.
1 or newspaper dispatches supplementing and C. W. Clarke! of Kanfas City. Before Inlyrir.arJ in Marion county Honda; the length of Eureka Friday 19 a. m.
I t! >:1ilcre: to ti traced to the kidneys such railroad so tu be constructed maintained V. Daisy Fnday 19 p m.

th" official accounts have the gathering convened Thomas i! !bt: r.:-';: r.jdernsc-.ei.cj prcvss that neary: and operated as mar as may be. ia Fifteen I Names and resideLces 01 the subscribers-The Ft McCoy Saturday 1 a m.

been received up to the present time. J. Akins, chairman of the state cen- all! cons!:"/lonal Ihicugh w bich sold railroad is intended to be tallows. Spar 23 a. m.
According to the information here I tral coaiiiiittee. said: 'I !.; :.. .ney trouble. made. are the counties of Citrus and Marion. illiam Beau regard,shady Grove Fla. Greenwo Tuesday 23 p m.

I there now exis-ts! a complete embargo "The contention will indorse President it y-u ::;e sick you can nski r.a mistake This corporation shall have the right underits Ella Couomghaiii, Ocala. Fla Wednesday 24 a. m.
ty ITS'; ctrir.g' kidneys. The mild corporate name to hold and .trnjoj) such real Maria Addison Shady Grove Ha. Or.nge springs Thursday 25 a. m
: upon ue* papcr dispatches direst Roosevelt, his policy and his en- I :your and peraoual property ..s may be necessary and Jane Glymp, Ocala Fla.acharuh Ocala al of )[arc ,
...J tho; ;: :traordir.ary effect cf Dr. Kilmer'sSwamp lor the uses and of budding. The an returns to be made
from Port prOLcr purposes / Ulvmp,Ocala, Fla. reuire
Arthur. The military authorities tire administration and the delegateswill .)<:cot, the great kidney remedy is I maintaining, and operating its railroad iaioresaid ,; the first of ." ALFRED AYER

.; seem to manifest no displeasure ; : be instructed to use every meansin soon r<::..:..:d. It stands the highest 1st its and, shad have lJO"erto sur\cy locate, Ak1'ICLF\ 13 Tax Assessor :Marion County.

1 at the Japanese tactics yesterdaj.OB '. their poser to -secure Roosevelt's w-cndcrf: 'uras of the most distressing cases cousituct railroad line build from maintain or near a equip place awl called operate Crystal a, have Managing as managing Officers officers-This a corporation president. a shall vice-

the contrary, ,they declare such nomination There also was a strong and is 52': : :n us merits r; on Crystal river ill Citrus county Florida to president a secretary :treasurer and a NOTICE
the town of Dunne.lon, m Marion county. lain. who shall be elected ; chap
"J by alldr in (Iftysample by a maioruy
bombardments sentiment favorable to j--us .
indorsing Cyrus
wear out the guns @ Honda a staled annual meeting, and shall hold office
; and machinery of thet-hips and wastes P. Walbridge ex-mayor of St. cent anddollar nes. ;- : ';;;!!:!;iit:: :. The sid corporation under its corporate name until disqualified. VTOTICK J: HEREBY GIVEN THAT CXil -
: YOJ! .nay have a }ooIt--= shaH have the nght '0 accept purchase have. der and by virtue of a final decree enterejin
; ammunition without compensating ad Louis for vice president." t"ti! by mail Home of Swamr-P.oot hold: lease and convey auy pioperty. real personal ARTICLE \ II. the cause of William Young against Stephel
vantages. or mixed which may be necessary LO The names of the onjcers of the corporation Spraggins. pending in the Circuit
1 They point to the comparatively free also ramphlet telling you how to find said railroad. Fifth
construct, maintain aud opciale are as follows: William Beauregard, President; Judicial Circuit of Florida to and for
insignificant damage don Republicans Indorse Roosevelt out if yo-i nave kidney or bladder trouble. aud have power and right to borrow money Ei!.a Cunningham. Vice-president; anad.- Marion county tn chancer on the 23rd day of

by the Jackson. :'liss.arch 23.-The representation Mention this paper: when writing Dr. Kilmer and to issue bonds fur same secured by a mortgage disoii. Secretary: Jennie Glymp December. A. D. 1903, W S.
bombardments Treasurer
of Santiago by upon any or all ol lU said property and Zacharian Glymp Chaplain. Bullock judge of the above style court, the
: the American fleet as proof ot thair convention tor the eIghth & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. to erect such buildings depots and shops and undersigned special master chancer. ap-

district met here this morning. J. B operate such machinery and do such other ARTICLEI pnte therein t execute said lnal deree,
futility. From the positions tbe -- -- things in accordance with the laws of Flonda The by laws ot this corporation>>3 shal made on Jlllda>i Ole day or.pn7 .I. D.4..
b v'i rh
Yellowly of Madison and VV. E. Mol- deem
railroad it .
f.: Japanese took relating to corporations as may altered or rescinded by a
the latter
could not SENATOR BURTON ON TRIAL. for and bencQt. It shall applote the hours of o'clock a. mind a
its advantage I
lison, of Vicksburg, were chosen as proper by a majority of members in regular me"tng clock p. m. of 6aidday. in front of the south
either all the
., see the town or the batteries. have all the rights, and be subjected to
the district delegates. Resolutions liabilities as are provided in sub-chapter 5 of ARTICL IX. door cf the court house,in Ocala Marion coun
The range was from C to 8 miles Kansas Off.cial; Charged With Receiving Revised statutes ot the state of Honda and the Indebtedness- highest amount of iudebt- ty. Florida at public outcry, for sale and
with a high angle of fire highly indorsing President RooseveU laws amending the sameIt edne which this corporation can assume at will sell to the highest and best-bidder for cash
and .
precisionwas J .500 Unlawfully.St. the mortgaged premises in said
shall have for the any time is
were passed. L. S. Moseley, clerkof power express purposeand $150,0 tina
imiK>ssiile. Although the general Lcuis. March 23.-The trial of exclusive use for general business ot the X. denb follows, twt The eas half ot
target the federal court of this city, was corporation. to construct and build docks The amount in value of the real estate which .5uthea quarter uorthwe quarterof
was large, only a lucky the United States Senator Burton. of section i.township
15 range 21 east
wharves elevators and badges or to lease the this suth
indorsed as national committee man corporation may hold shall f 300..00Witness also
chance could really! damage the I batteries Kansas charged with having accepted same; to purchase construct and operate Marine b northea quarter ot section 2 township 17.
from Mississippi. The representa. Hallways and Railroad Terminals at any our hand and "al this ';h day of suth range 1.ail in Marion county Florida
or ships. So far as known the $:?.;;!OO fro;:) the" Rialto Grain and point its said line of railroad. wh. re it February. 1904WILLIAM, or so much thereof as my b neclbr t sat
tion state convention meets here to upon BEsrREiaso [ S isfy said final decree .
Japanese accomplished! nothing yes Securities Company to use his influence may be accessary to give it transportation, and ELLA ( I. SMAaiA j CARLOS ct LSISIRUNK.
morrow. generally to have all the power and rights as OtSISGR.\3
terday. On the other hand, the Russians with the postoftice to prevent the are gwen railroad corporations and shall be Din so.s- [[lI sjAXfcGUMP AU.BED&. DAVIS special Master Chancery.
-- Solicitors for
had better luck, a shell from COMBINES ARE SOCIALISTIC. Issuance of a fraud order against the subjected to all liabilities as provided uuuer the ZACHABIAU GL\MP [1. S S.J 1 Complainant 34
lalh of Honda, relating to same. 1
the battleship Retvizan, which was Rialto company was began before ARTICLE State of Florida }
; firing over the hill landing on one of Organizations of Capital and Labor Jude A-iasis. in the Untied States district The amount Capital Stock authorized shall County NOTICE

be Fitly Thousand Dollars, divided into 500 Belore me personally came Zacbanah Glymp,
the Japanese battleships. Of course Stifle I court today. It is considered "VOTICE: I* HEREBY
Individuality.New :snares: of the par value ot $too per share; the one of subscnbers to the foregoing Charter, GI\EX THAT Tag
; It is admitted that these pot shots York. March 23.-In an address probably that the trial will occupy the I' same shall be nonassessable and shall be paid and who is to me well known and known to !> cudersigned. a executrix;
, lor in lawful money of the United states.. when me to be the person who signed the same, and respectively the estate of John F. Dunn, de
J ire trying to the garrison. before the students of the college of balance: the week. Issued. len per cent ot the Capital Mock has duly acknowledged before me that he signed ceased. will on&turaJ

; Vice Admiral Makaroff, the nava'' tl.e city of New York, \V. H. Trues- District Attorney Dyer and his as- been subscribed and paid for.ARTICLE the and executed the said Charter together with the 2 day oj July, A. D o4,
other subscribers
, commander at Port Arthur is being dale. president of the Delaware. Lack. sitar.t!; :inv> '/eor. preparing the government's 1\'. thereon : and he further whose makes oath names that appear It apply to at the Ocala.county Fla.judge for the of cf county making ,
for which this Corporation shall Flond. purpose
, commended for his self-restraint side: of the The term intended in good faith. to out the purposes settlement their
in for and
! anna anti \\ estern Railroad company case several exist shall be uinety-nme )ears. and objects set forth ther cr. final IDal accounts for

cot risking'his ships in an engagement has described great combinations weeks nil the defense has been making ARTICLE: V. ZACHARIAH GLYMP. dishrge. H. G, DCNX

; with the enemy.A of labor and of capital as socialistic preparations; for some time. The business! of this corporation shall be con sworn of to and subscnb before me this 7th W. A. HOCKER,
day .
U.rh. 1904. Executors,
prominent Russian general explained declaring that their tendency is to .\mtu.z; t.ie governments witnesseswho ducted by a President, secretary than and Treasurer office, [Seal] JOBS E. BAILEY ALICE E. LAW.
and General Manager (more cue .
to the correspondents of the shackle! if not destroy American individuality I a.r.- !>('re. are William E. CoclI may be filled by tne same person). end by a commission Notary Public for November the Slate ot Flonda.y 12-25 Executrix.
Board ofFice Directors, to be elected annuallyby expires 15
Associated Press how absolutely ran. chuf postoffice inspector William t9.ImhoJt
essential to which the country owes ; the stockholders and from which Board

conservatism! of the Russian naval so much. But he deemed himself I A. Jones commissioner! of lit- shall be elected the president secretary and I NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
all of whom shall be stockholders
commander at Port Arthur was at fortunate, he said to have lived in dian aiTair.Edward W. Chatterton. and treasurer shall;be elected by the stockholders at their NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor

): present. He said: a period during which gigantic strides private secretary to CommissionerJones annual merting which shall be held at Ocala. 0 IN THE 4tH DAY OF AUGUST. 1904. THB
Florida on the first Monday ot :May ot each undersigned will present her account and
- "if Admiral MaXaroff, whose reputation Lad been made in traffic problems. : George M Smith. Gorge '. car. creating a special Tax School District at Toucher with Han. R. Bullock, county judge.

would be to go out and meet the After describing the development of Bryce. cashier of the Kiggs Natural William N. Camp shall be President Clarence I Anthony. ask for a final settlement and chAre a
Camp shall be sectetary and Treasurer, aud K. admmistratrrx of the estat of
enemy should give battle upon the the great industries of the United bank c! Washln on., D. C. c.Camp shall be General Manager. I I N OTICE Is HERBGl'ES THAT AX .son. deceased this 4th day of February. 1004.
I election Anthonv. Marion FRANCES A. HOWSE.j .
\VilUaiu N. Camp.Clarence Camp, R.C.Camp
approaching of the Japanese and defeat States, greatest of which he declared. I Jack Camp aad Frank Drake shall constitute county, Florida between the hours ol "B clock a tern 6m Administratrix.

them his victory would be fruitless.as is: the railroad business, Mr. Trues- Climatic Cures the Board of Directors. All of.nid officers shall and sundown of

be continued in omce to conduct the business of Tuesday, .Ij/riJ 5 th, 4. D. i 04,
necessarily it would be purchasedby del expressed the opinion that the Th. i inrtueu'-eof ,-liuAal ie conditions the company unTil the election and qualification for the purpose of a special tax school NOTICE.Of .

sold injuries to ships, and our lack gan; from year to year is due to the in tlif cure of cousuiuptiou ia vtryflLU4lI ol their successors to be elected at the first district to be c auDj the Anthony Special
election held u.der the provisions of this Article. -
of adequate docking facilities at Port spirit ot American freedom. He does 11\1 rllr tWn. Th. poor jmtifiit Tax include school the 1)IStrCt desb the above territory said district: to Application for Tax Dee Under Section $of

') Arthur would render it impossible to not expect the same proportionate and ilie rich tiKcau to much ARTICLE. The north half of 14 south range n Chapter 4S58, Laws of FlcridaMOTICE

reSt them, whereas the Japanese have mileage to be constructed hereafteras palient. The highest amountofiudebtedoessor liability east and the south half of sections 3t.52. 33.34, HEREBY THAT D.
letter "t home by proper attention to to which this company can at any time subject 35 and 36 ol township 13, range,ana south naifol li Dnggers. purchaser GI\E.certificate E
ample docks in which to repair their the cost of terminals will interfere itself shall be the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars section 31, township 13 range 23. and sections ,dated the 5th day of ApnL A. D. N and
2171 1192.
f od ami of
S < duration: regular ue jjo.ooc). 6. 7 and is. of township 14, range 23. And to
Tax Certificates 2S6 3S63. S7t dated
vessel but the improvements will con- o ?
ARTICLE "11. elct three trustees of said special tax ,
lii-niiMi trupFree sol has filedsaid certificates
especteratiou August in
' The feeling here is that the Japanese linue as rapidly as ever. I The names of the subscribing incorporators to distort and t fix the rate of miliage t b I office 'h.IS application for tax deed my
III he morning is made certain by these articles of incorporation are as follows levied for said special tax school district to issue in with law Said certificates
tactics to land- He said the combinations of
are a great of with the nert ensuing two years. .
and their paces residence. amount embrace the follow
ing -
Ing on the peninsula in an attempt to capital are Impossible elsewhere andit (...mla!' Syrup, so H a good nlght'rest of stock subscribed and paid for by each is set tered Qualified and electors at said election are all re situated in Marion county, deb. towt property
aud tLe absence ashat weaken opposite each ot their names qualified voters of said district West hall of quarter ot
cut off Port Arthur simultaneously is a question if hey do not stlttelndh'iduality. SHARES OF pay a tax on real acd personal property therein. of stwe and
quarter quarter
lug couth and iWiiliutiutc night BESIDENCE. CAPITAL The folowinl persons have been appointed DortbwC
NAME. of northwest of
Labor organizationsmay quarter quarter
t with a general bombardment and commencemect STOCK clerk I). A. Smith. E. C. Sims of sthet quarter
fnd northwest southwest
L of a siege. For this the be beneficial in a way; they have swtst. Krsile uuhis suit exhaustion \V. X. CAMP. _Ocala. Florida,.wo and H. D. f'orbs inspectors; and H. G. Lamb, of northeast quarter quarter and east bal of sth.e quarter

and aloe to ou hill.' I lie greatestdausrer I CLARENCE CAMP, Ocala.Flonda.....- '5 clerk quarter of southwest quarter -
done in they quarter
good some cases
Russians! declare they are fully:! pre- JACK CAMP-Ocala, Florida ... .... 10 By order of the Board of Public Instruction, section 14. and commencing at
pared. Daring the last ten days a have done injury in others. When and dread <>f .b.. consumptive FRANK UR&KE..Oeala Florida.. 5 the sth day of March 194.G. corner of southeast quarter of noea quarter

R. C. CAMP............Ocala. Flondato S. SCOTT. section 14. township 17. 24.s
general shutting down upon newspaper they stifle ambition however* they do can bereveule llIutlll'Pt'.II'J taking Attest Chairman south iso rods, west So rods south range to theDC

telegram* from the Far Cast has harm. Both sorts of combination he German S.' rUlll.berall.'l&lId reguj&rly. state of Florida. ( W. D CASUS-, secretary [umhstl 32 rods,.south 1.68 rods west it t r..ncrta
County of Manon. ) 51 6810d5Ca5t54.SS rods, north 15 rod east
been noticeable. This Is concluded are socialistic in their ten Should i.e hl>le to to a warmer
owing to you go I hereby certify that before me personally 3S r.north 15 rods east IS rod*, north a.

Increased precautions to prevent the dency. cliiiir, y"u will ti.,11. l tint' of th* thou.s- appeared William N. Camp Clarence I auir, NOTICEOf east 75 rods, east 13 5-8 rod to point ofbeginning -
Jack Camp. R C.Camp. and Frank Drake each all in section township 17 range 14.
enemy from obtaining news of the BURIED WITH MILITARY HONORS and ot cou.-uiupliv''* li- re-, lie few to me well known to be tne person and persons The said land being assessed at the late ot
who subscribed his and their names to the foregoing for Tax Deed Under the issuanceof such certificates in the name of
Application section 8 of
movements of the Russian troops. The will ait- i ein-riifii 9.1,11 femiili Iur..u\flh I
articles of incorporation, and each uf Unknown. J E Rouse, E.: D. Coates and

Russians are being massed in force Ceremonies Over the Remains air itn..-r wh-i ii.U nihil Mrup.Tii them, severally for himself, did acknowledgebefore Chapter 4Sea, Laws 01 Flonda. John G. FisX Unless said certificate shallheredeemedaccording
Ipressive me that he signed the said articles of incorporation IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT D. to law. tax deed win
along their line from Feng Huang of Late Duke. It.I l 10 1.2-> '. reaiiUr lioiile ;5 '. b a subscribing incorporate of NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate J.No.66.J. issue thereon on the clh day of ApnL 1904.

Chenfl northward for 30 miles, while London. March 23.-The Duke ofCambi'dge Fur .-.Ie t Anti-moiiojioly Drug said Articles Incorporator of Incorporation, did acknowledge aud as said that subscribing he .dale the said 4th day of Sonmbr. A and D. 1895 baa, the WitLess 2nd day mr of March.official 1004 signature ana seal thu

their second line extends from Mouk- was buried today after a Store. had subscribed: for the amount of Ca Ht.1 Mock haS made application certllcale tax deed my ofce.isue tn accordance S.T. SISTRCNK.
den to Hal Cheng. set opposite his name.I with law Said certificate embracesthe 3 4 Clerk Circuit Court Marion C Ha.
funeral such as had been accorded to certify that my commission as notary following described property situated in
MedicateI Salt Rrih for lock.OiaUSr .
All the rolling stock required for no English soldiers since the deathof :- public expires on the 6th day of July. A. D. Manon counlY. Flord.to-wit.:

use in the Far East has now crossed : .-,. Srore; Sole Ajieuis--. 1903In, southwest southwest quarter of NOTICE
the Duke of Wellington. witness whereof I have hereunto set rnv northwest quarter.section township 14 rang(
lake Baikal. The last locomotivewas King Edward. Queen Alexandriaand hand aud affixed my official seal his the 12th 22, Jl
of March. I). fhe said land being assessed at the date of
taken day 1904. Notice of Application for Tax Heed Under Sec
over yesterday.Prince nearly all the members" of the (iscall) T. E BIGGS. the issuance of such certifictf in the name of
Public -tat of Flonda at Large. tion S. of Chapter 4 H Laws of Florida.
Ebilkoff, the minister of public royal family representatives of foreign Notary : Unknown. Unless certi&.ate shall be redeemed
according to law. tax deed will issue
,,works leaves Baikal in a.few days. monarchs a majority of the nobility State ol Flonda. I thereon on the oth day of April, A. D,1904.V i VOTICE> W. \v. Clyalt K HEREBGn'E"purchaser Ta THAT

Forty trucks of grain reach Port Ar the diplomatic corps and .Marion Count)./ \ itness my official signature and seal this the 870 i>72. 874. 1311. 'CetifctnXe. date j
representative Before me personally appeared William X. iTth day of March. A. D. 19. the lat day of Juty, A. D. 1901. and o .
thur daily;! British subjects in all walksof Camp. Clarence Camp. Jacs Camp. R. C Camp SISTRlXK. dated Aug. 7. 1899 has filed said certificatei in
of the iSm Clerk Circuit Court ) and made
life attended the impressive and'Frank Drake.a majority sbsnbrsto my ofe. application for tax deed
national the above charter. who being duly to accordance with law Said certificates

Paris March :24.! -The foreign office service at Westminster Abbey sworn byme.' prp. his oath did state that embrace the following described pro
constituted a majority of the subscnben to erty situated in Marion
has received details of the bombard Thereafter the body of the old Duke the above Articc ot Incorporation of Crystal Commruencing 10 chains nonh

ment of Port Arthur, March 21-22 similar as he was affectionately known by the River Company aud that itH intendedin corner section 3.5. township 22 thence
good faith to construct maintain and operatethe north 5 chains.east 1 chains, north 5 ciain
to the St. Petersburg official report publio. was taken to Kensalgrene cemetery railroad mentioned in said proposed charter.W. east 8 chains so..th to chains, we 1 chau, t

and also a mail report of the Che- and buried beside that of his S. C\ IP.CL.REXeE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED- point of beginning 14 acres _
CAMP.R legatees distributees aud persons fourth ot southwest quarter of lortheM
mulpo engagement, detailing the action wife. Thousands of troops marched C. CAMI', having calms or demand al estate of quarter except ioyards north aid sth by
JACK CAMP. Jonn F. agln3t the 220 yards east and west in northwest
commanders and through and lined the streets and present Cne
of the foreign
FKAXK DRAKJ >ame within two j ears 01 they section 3 township 14 south range 22 et
the non-participation of the commander dense crowds watched the spectacle ___ ft. ..... Sworn and subscribed- before me this uth'day this the 3rd day of February. wi. b bare I est east half of northwest of
---- of March, A. D. DOI.LY C. t.DVVARD: southwest quarter, and noreat quarter
; 1904.
which in military magnificence o
of the United Slates gunboat nvaled ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE V. E. BIGGS. 2 5 6t Administrate. southwest quarter of sutbwest quarter,

Vicksburg in the protest against the the funeral of Queen Victoria. [Sal] Notary Public -- .. .. --- south southwest half quarter of northwest of southwest quarter quarter of

attack on the Varlag and Korietz. CHINESE WANT TO GET IN. of section 33 township 14 range 22,
\fOTlCE: Is HEREBY GIVfcS THAT I WILL NOTICE OF ELECTION 25 acrrs lots 145, cub ot
I i\ on September i>th, 1904. present to Hon NOTICEOf we-t quarter of southeast quarter of aorth 4.
Ask England to Abrogate the Pres- Robert Bullock count> judge in and for llarion I township LI.range 22. 10 and northwest
March 24.-4:23:: Honda, accounts and vouchers for ace
St. prn. ent Canadian Laws. county. ny For creating a special Tax school Distnct quarter uf northeast jj. towashro -
final settlement administrator of the t
as estate 22 and undivided
14. range
-The" correspondent of The Novo Victoria, 1]. C.. March 23.-The BritIsh ol E. HenCetsuD., det eased and will ust lora Application for Tai Deed Under section I include Reddick and I.wel. I one-third- ea. 4 4 aCes,; of G S. Brown
Krai, of Port Arthur. who is proceeding final di..charge as such administrator. Dated \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT AN place in Hijuelos Grant 33 acres.
Columbian government has learned ihis March 11, 1904. of Chapter 4 S.I.'s of Florida. i> election will be held &t Reddick. Marion Tne said land being J at the date
to the Yalu river writes that he from London Eng., that th Cbn.csegoveinnient W. T. HEXUERsON Admr. Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT C. county. Florida. between the hours of 8 o'clocka. the issuance of such .ss the name o
saws crowds of Chinese coolies throwing e 3ii6m Estate ol K: M. Hende n. Deceased. NOTICE purchase of tax certificateXo m. and sundown of J. N. Choate. W. A.Thompson and Unknown,

has made a propositionto 1073. dated the jth day of Apnl A. D. 'Iu i4ay. Jprflitt. .1. /). iwt, Unless said certificate shall b redeemed according
earthworks on the frowning. iSoi and certificate of tJwS. deed
up 1502 to law tax: sate thereon
the British government to the effect for the of creating a special tax school
has filed said in my omce. and purpose tbe 2ijtb day ot March. A.0.WitnesS .
heights at Kin Chou (just NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. crfcte known 1'
Impregnable district to be as the Reddick and Lowell
that the Chinese government, has made ta deed to issue in my official signature and seal this the
north of Port Dalny). This shows accordance with law. said certificates embrace Special Tax School Dttne the above proponed 24th day of February A. D,1904.
bitflag agreed to restrain its sul'-ects the following described property situated in district to include folowing described territory -I S T SISTRCNK.
that the Russians are determined to VTOTICE IS HEREBY CIVE.V HAT CXXN :
from emlgratinf to the Tran,raai Marion county. Florida,to-wif 2 Clerk Circuit Court Manon Co. FU.
land der and bv virtue of a final decree in the northeast of AU' township 13 south, z
01 except
the Japanese ettempt to Northwest quarter quarter range 1 ns
resist asked the British government to allow CIrcuit court of :Manon county. Florida rendered southeast quarter section 27 township 15. range sections 3. 6. 7. 17. iS, 19. 20. 29 and J
on the neck of the Liao Tung penin February n. 1904 in a certain cause wherein and in southeast corner of northwest And to elect three trustees and to the rate NOTICb.WE. .
Chinese immigration into British MARGIRET J. SPENCER and EDWIXPENCFR acresof 11 A. Perpall. Grant. township 15. Is of miliage to be as and collected for the

sula. Columbia under very much easier con > are complainants and ALBERT next twn yeas a
The( correspondent adds: DA\ PORT.. et. al defendants, the under 11.The said assessed at the date of Qualified electors at election are all registered -
ditions than now prevail, and hintingat signed special master. will on the land certificates in the name of and qualified voters of said di"tnc who THE UNDERSIGNED QUALIFIED
"The Chinese officials who have invariably :::,nc a tax on real and personal I voter.who pay a tax on real personal
the abrogation of the $:;00 head tax J/uxdav. tli* 4th dajrof ..ipril.lfUl. AleX Clayton and William McCartney .Un pay teren.Te o
made official calls on the occasions less said certificates shall! be redeemed according{ following prI have been property wionlhe
hou-e door the
Irontof in tit
in the court city
now imposed by the Dominion govern to law. tax deeds will issue thereon on the 9th and cerk P. Billingsley, C. M. First 3I of the Russian and Chinese ment. Ocala within the legal hours ot sale sell to the day of April.A. D. 1004 Cam D. S Dansby. manage; and W. S. present this petition the .p Public In.

failed to do so this year highest bidder for cash the mortgaged premises officIal signature and seal this the Sewman.cerk struction ot t Florida asking the
New Year.
The members of the privincial government therein described t -wit: The east half of lot 5th\1tn6 day March. A. D. I?*. Board of Public Instruction said board )1aron count for the purpose of I!
believing l that the Japanese are goingto 3. of block .S, old survey city of Ocala. Sold to S. T. SIsTRCNKilmhjt this"the 7th day of)[arch 1904.Attea creating a special tax school district to br know
interviewed today say this is said decree and costs : G. S. SCOTT,
Russians." ] Clerk Circuit Court. Manon Co 1-1. as the Fairfield Special Tax School District and
the .
drive out
W W. D. Chairman.
CLYATT.12rt .
the first time they have heard of the ( to include the following described territoryAl1osections,6,7,8z7,1S.1.aoa '
special Master Setary. and .
matter and that to them it appears absolutely township 13 south east and section j

St. Petersburg. March 23.-1:35 p.m. preposterous. The ministerssay NOTICEA ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE 11 13 20 jj.east.24. 25 and rang z township 13 south,

According to the government reports that no such interference with the H. GatrelL J. W. Smoak A V. Mathew,

the Japanese cavalry seen northof laws of this with W. A. Yongue. S. W. W Car
4 Chinese immigration E. Uelouest administrator wiU annexed Youge I. B.
of Delonest gives notice that on the The law requires that the Hate and ,-ieDodd. J B. DVo L. LHarney.
Anlu. Korea, this week cannot kIn .p country could be tolerated but theydo Ed. Is HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDI county B. S. 1 Yangae. E. S.
tuuch with the Russians. Dot believe that anything of the i3tk da>i of Stitcnttr 1907. NOTICE all persons having claims againstthe tax book of 1903. shall close on Apr first. smith A. M.Ck Jenl, C. A. C. Yongae.A. ,
he will present his accounts and vouchers to the estate of azary H- Hick deceased to present Please govern yourselves accord!a gly. B. Yongne, Yongue, R. A Yoague U', I It.
Th.? military: organ says the occu- kind is contemplated by the royal government county judge for final settlement and ask for a same within. two rears or they will be barred.. E. Yongue A. W. Yongue. H. G. Tongue W T
discharge. This 9th day of March. zoos This February 3rd, 1904. Rfptly. Grev. S. W Yungue.sr.. Walter Gibson J
1'i1 en of Anu affords a strong poi A E DFLOUEST W. \V. CLYATT I 1. CABSEY. A.Thomas. G. M. Webb. U-Ufr Renod.J.

tlun as a ::r.-?n to the movement ot 3 11 em 6m Administrator' Etc j :S St Administrator. Tax Collector I Carter. J. B.Yongne. (umhsj


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mr Tuferro.) U simply words word,
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JIm Aleiander hays that the nanm ......
of Clark and Dougherty do not ap-

fear Their respective ou the registration counties ,and book that be of IIIE": __ I WHOLESALE GROCERS I_ 3 + '

it running against two non-residenH! .
ud oue dud*.-Bannerol Liberty.
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the The Pensacola value Pensacola Sews! very Journal dignified bits We want to call the attention of all Dealers in jf !:

assortment of whacks which the
'ew8." had coming to it, without

.: doubt.The-Pensacola Montieello NN Journal News.says enough Groceries that we are prepared to sell them what 3-- .

lawyers have gone to the legislativehalls ......

buuiuefe3, and it men.now wants Well, a Jacksonville sprinklingof goods they need at wholesale prices. We make % .

found that out long ago.and her typical -
business man now belongs to the --- -sf
feiate.along the Give line.him Turns-Union.NN some backers all Quick Deliveries and you will find our prices to be 3 j

If the candidate who know they --- ........
beaten would draw out of the race ......

are there primary.would Why be no will talk they of another not do strictly in line with other Dealers. If you have 3'

Kimethiug that will really prove their ---
the people and concern for
devotion to
the down public and interests out.-Times: ? Just-L'nion.now; it isget i any doubts about this give us a trial order and 3 ;

The advertised duel between the ed -
itor of the Braidentown Herald and see for yourself. 3

the editor of the Palmetto Sews has ...
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not yet been"I ulled
it is only when one gentleman insults E \11-------\ :::
another of equal standing that t .....
dUll is probable.-De Esoto County .

News. MAKING *XEW*.*FKIENDN We are here close to you and feel sure i i
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manner pursuedby ..... t' .. Q
The calm dignified ..... "11<1 i
becoming '
Jai. P.Taltaferro
in every respect to an occupant of that wants. To Car
we can supply
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daily making him new friends. The

e aud true people clamor work are no,aud they longer Deueficient want attracted real thought by results.noise, Load buyers of Mixed Feed such as !

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And these Senator ...
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to remark: "I and going to git electedif .....
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distrie which reminds in the whole us of durn a fellow county we" E There is no question but that we can save 3 '"

beard about disposing of his case in
court, when the judge read out!IiIC&It'8 --IIJJ
ou the docket against him in
rotation and asked him what he was | you money on your purchase.
going to do about them. "Well, .....
judge,"says he,"Iv'e jest decided to

Advocate.null cross 'uui.NN;'-De esoto County E: The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating of the Pie. So Give us Q Chance toE

We fear THE that SAME some OLD of our CROWD.candidateswill figure With You Oij) Your Next Cor of Grain

think as a certain. gentleman did -...-.-.
when he ran for county
some J ears ago
''I .
superintendent of public instruction .
and got beautifully left. He was i --

very the election sanguine"for of his the victory people before had We are enlarging our facilities so we can better handle our daily 3

promised to vote for him." But when j
. the election was over, and be had increasing business in this line and want your trade all things being 3
_. learned of his defeat, he soliloquized

:;;,. boast thusly of: "I having hat Citrus four hundred county could and equal If we can't sell you your goods as cheap Quality and Freight

; ninety of the biggest liars Florida.."
And he was tto disgusted that he lelt considered as other dealers. We surely won't expect the business, :3
after the
tbe county iuuinliately .

." election.Danger-Crystal of Pneumonli.River New i/ But all things being equal we hope to get the trade. Lets have a trial

[: liable A cold to at cause this pneuwonia time if neglected which is is e/ order and see if we don't make good. When in the City call around :3

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to often fatal, and even when the ..
patient has recovered the lungs are // and see us. Lets get better acquainted. If you don't buy it will do ::
weakened, making them peculiarly
consumption.susceptible\ to the Foley's development Honey and of j I- no harm to find out how things are going :: ; .

Tar will atop the cough, heal and !I- -.....-
strengthen the lungs and prevent .

fr pneumonia.ena Postoffiee Drugtore.:: m Yours for more business, 3 i
The Ocala Cornet Band H making ......
very elegant progress and will soon
begin giving the citizens of OeaUtwo t!
I open air concerts a week. e BROWN & BRO.I
:;u we shall have good music during d .
the"good old bummer time." 1F -
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