The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 23, 1903
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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i is flowing; -- it
-r -- day. o'clocklrs.. W. J. Chambers enter I Bank changed hands yesterday, j i
-- Rural Delivery for the Western Por-
-- -- tained the ladies of the Methodist Messrs. Budd and Cook becoming ij t
r 1 Mr. E. D. Stanford, of North C9.rOlina tion of the County.
church at their regular monthly new owners. 'I
in the U. S. government land t
Drink = After examining thoroughly the social. There was an unusually: large i *
department, is a guest of the Ocala Dr. Moore Indorsed. iRev.
feasibility establishing a rural free attendance, and the afternoon was
'-- House L. W. Moore, editor of the : {
delivery in Marion .'ounty the specIal most pleasantly tpent. The principal
Mr. John K. Taft, or Warwick, R. Florida: Christian Advocate, returned j f
agent of the po.toflieedepartment U feature of the afternoon wa a drawing
L, who spent last winter in Ocala, is yesteiday from the session of the l
now advertising for applicants for the contest. In the large dining
again with us and a guest of the Florida Conference at Quincy. The 1, If
position! of deliverymeu. room tea and cake were served by
Ocala House. friends of Dr. Moore will be pleased .1;
The special agent will be at the Mesdames L. Carney and R G.
i to learn that the conference not only t
The Times! .Union and Citizen igl po-jtoilice in this city tomorrow afternoon Blake.
congratulated him on his efficient 1

" | (IT | lopping IJtl'its superfluous branches. ]i atSo'clock to examine any ) ('&r*. S. A. standley & Company editorial work, but unanimously! reappointed '

It will )\l' known hereafter simply as 1 applicants who may apply for the 1
, report yesterday's livery business a him to the editorial management )

the Times-Union. 1 1I positions. Person wishing to be record breaker. At 7 o'clock in the I of the which Is indeed
| paper,
t I | Mrs. E. H. Swain, of Muncie, Jnd., i examined will report at the above morning they had not a single orderon i a high complimeut.-GainesvilleSun.
named hour with ink and blot-
pen their books and
who is spending the winter at her at noon had out I Notice. !j jI

ter. twenty seven teams. Later in the Protect your orange trees and ten-
old home
spent yesterday I
Ocala Florida. The route to be established at once day they had orders for teams with i der pl>tnts. Five hundred McFarland
shopping in cala.
I will probably take in Blitchton, I' drivers which they could not fill on | tents being closed out at less than

Ht''. J. A. Hendry and familyarrived Standard, Fellowship, Cotton Plant account of not being able to secure: cost. W. M. Buow, 'J
I drivers. 1 71m dw Titusville, Fla.
Ocala and domiciled
yesterday are
and intermediate postoffiees: and will i

I ri ulllllUlllllllllllJlll! \ l llIUlldUUIJUU!! ,1 lI III!!!IlIIUl ljlllllj.\l!!!! \ at the Carlton House until theMethodist certainly be a blessing to the many I ,. .
: parsonage is ready for their citizens living on the roads between titr Ttftitiitttit'11 Hiitrii-Ef.te-h' -yt r t F titv..
reception. these places. I ; THE CLUB hT.O'UST. :

Onila (Jrwnliou"'i'C'o., 1'IorUI Mr. Ulmer, of Conant, was recent -- ..
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Frank J. Clark Geo. E. Miller ------- --- -
IMioiie. \(). 2. visitor to Ocala. I lost-Reward.

B\ltimorej.A.; E. Griffith, N. Yj; W. : OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. :-
Several; thousand dollars
: investedand
Lieut. nOVo Tillmun has tendered The Ocala House had a fine list of Detwiler, Thomas! Catkin, Tampa, : Ocala, Florida. r
( lost) in lauds in Marion county
f has resignation. arrivals yesterday were among the arrivals at the Montezuma without having first obtained 1.
-- Cuisine First Class. Rate: Reasonable.
Wednesday. abstract of title from the Marion .
Mr. Alhertus Vogt, of Duunellon, Mr. James: II. Badger, of Old Town, .
: I
County Abstract Company. For reward : REFURNISHED THROUGHOUT.
was In the city Wednesday.Col. was among Ocala's visitors yesterday.Mr. \\'. II. Gee, Jacksonville; A. T. see another, column. f11
; Special Rate By "Week or Month
t' T. P. Lloyd, of Inverness, wasa Joe Bell returned yesterday: Allen, DeLand; Arthur Fuller, Boston I. X. .,- }

air! J. A. Petteway, Gabriella, .4... ..
prominent visitor to Ocala Wednesday from a business trip to Jacksonville.Dr. EXPERIENCE.'o
Resisted an MRS. THOS. J. BARNES PROP.
are among those whose names appear :
Last! Saturday! \ -a *
Smith, of Anthony, was a on the Montezuma hotel register ": &. vfrc!-J.vyaksf.Face."J.c.w.rc. rrs.Ta.., to,,"Htt.t..t. t
HOmO m- :\ and Crystal River are citizens of Orange Sprint sent for .
familiar .
figure on our streets yester today. .
crnwdnl with visitors who like good Deputy Sent! R. W. Hi.lliday to quieta ---

ff-hing. day. Free coal goes a long way in proving number of unruly persons, among TheFlorida Fertilizer Manufacturing Co.

Mr. G. R. McKean: returned yesterday the righteousness of the free tradeseD-
don't seem to them one Alonzo Ilerron, a white
The German emperor Gainesville Fla.
afternoon from business;; to ,
trip timent. 'I here should be no barriersin After
care the snap of his finger for the maw giving the deputy sherill;
Gainesville. the of commerce and no in- Grade FertilizersEspecially
Monroe doctrine. quite a tussle: : he was arrested!' and High
du-.tryfrhould object to fair competi I
Miss Emma C. Smith, of Anthony, taken before Justice L. D. Farmer

Mrs. Sundprs went to Duunellon is visiting Mrs. T. W. Troskr fora tion. and fined Slo and costs on a charge of
---- adapted to Florida soils and products. Special

Wednesday! afternoon to spend sometime few days. Capt. T. II. Johnson is jut back using obscene language in a publis: Brands for Fruits, Potatoes, Melons, Cotton, Lettuce, Cukes, .:
with her mm, Mr.( Bob Sanders.
-- ------- from Lakeland, where he has been place. Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price $1.00 t

Hl'IIowml Dutil and family left attention his Later a warrant was issued for his
giving some
Miss Mona Hiller returned to Port per 50-pound sack .
yesterday for their future home at groves. He says not a leaf was curled arrest on a charge of resisting!! an
Inplis Thursday itoruing to complete Hfchot;. ('ah Price Paid For Dry Hone
hrr visit with MU Louise Inglis. Tampa.Mr. ___ and hi* grove now is nearly in full officer in the discharge of his duties. V. I t.l1t. Ocala Fla

R. S. Hall went to Jacksonville blm. He wes arrested and brousrht to I __ _ _

MI Us Alice Lyuue IwH, author of yesterday; to attend a meeting of Miss May Tillis, after several week's Ocala by Mr. Ilolliday and is now iu .

the Romance of Oakland, who re- the Schriners.Mr pleasant visit to her friend, Mrs. T. the county jail awaiting trial before HOT BED SASH -
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Hides near Rediiick, is f a visitor to ?. C. C. Todd will-go-to Dunn- I). Bryan, left yesterday afternoonfor Judge Robert bullock 'which will

Ocala Oratge lAte where she will take place next Monday.It : .
-- ellon this morning to visit her filter,

The Tiuips-Uuion and Citizen, Mrs. I. :1. Birton. epend a few days before her return has beeu reported that Mr. IIollii -

ho'iie at Lakeland. i day was seriously out by Ilerron, but Standard Size
among its other new features, prom- I ___ _____ 3x6
Prof. I:, HA Nortbcutt will give his this it not true, as the only wound he
hey! to be enlivened with a daily i iI
usual weekly soiree at the Ocala I Mr. W. P. Bissett and wife, of Birmingham tears of the struggle with Ilerron is a
cartoon. Glazed and Painted $2.50
.----- IlitW armory tonight. Ala., the Iron City of the slight scratch on the baud. ,

--- ar.dIrs.. F. O. -
Hra l1eu- south, are with Mr. I
Mr. R. U. !Blake went to
Dr. A. I,. Izlaraod Dr. J. W. Hood A Beauti.ul Luncheon.
Reagin.! Mr. Bissett is in our vicinity
business line ofBUILDERS'
town WitluemUy on a trip Complete
-.ent to Brlleview yesterday on professional Yesterday! Mrs. B. A. Weathers entertained -
couuecttnl with the Fraternal Unionof looking for scraps, and will be glad tu
b iUeis. a few friends at a beautifulone
I u
America accommodate any one in that line. MATERIALS PAINT ETC.
-- -- ---
-- o'clock luncheon complimentaryto ,
Our barn roads are now having
Mr. John T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff, Mrs. Richard McConathy and her I
Mr. K. W. Clement a prosperous another me\niug-th..y mean free
says notwithstanding the fact that the sister, Mrs. Snyder, of Sacramento,
young phosphate operator at Dunn rural mail delivery for our county.Mr. J. R. EDD1NS Gainesville Fla.
one cold dip this season caused his Cal., who is spending the winter in ,
lion, was a pleasant caller! at this -- -- -- I
oflK-e Wednesday.GovernorJinningi. J. C. Luning, business manager orange! trees to shed their leaves his Ocala. HO\Z: 1 iITDO'TPAV- -J

of the Letfcburg Commercial, wasa grove is nearly in full blooming. Mr. The table was handsomely decoratedin

;: i is' booked fora pleasant visitor:! to Ocala 'esterda>. Lewis is postmaster, merchant and beautiful asparagus ferns, pink

visit to Ocala Home time this week. gt'nern.IiU round man of Moss Bluil' Kfcesand silver eaudlebra with pink
Dont miss Richards and Pringle's
The nl jeetof hit' visit i ithe iuspec shades. Covers were laid for twelve.A .
miustrel how at the opera house, Dr. H. E. Stockbridge, formerly ,
seven course luncheon was served
turn of the Mate farm.
poor I 1'. l buy chcip >tje matinee and night, Saturday: Jan 24. professor of agriculture in the Agricultural -
--- -- --- after which the guests adjourned to d l"l.amat. na your SMHIS! for results, :so buy
College at Lake City, i is now seeds from thn"e who keep nothing
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rosenthal: of the drawing room where the afternoonwas
Post Office Inspector Fred I) Peer,
but l the best . .
Indianapolis, Ind., after a few days of Jacksonville, was in the city yesterday editor of the Agriculturalist at De- pleasantly: spent in playing various
Luml. Dr. Stoekbridge has devotedhis Chufas Goubers Cow Peas
viiitto Mta-Mona: HHler.It-ft Wednesday on business connected with games ,

for a trip to the west and eastvoasts. postal affairs.: I I whole life to the study of agriculture Mrs. Weathers' guests on this delightful ------ -- ---- -- ---- ---

and is uow in to do I Velvet. Beans Sorghum Seed
- a position a ,
I occasion were the following;
_ __ _
Mrs. R. E. Bell and baby, of Daw --- u
--- -- : work for Florida.Mr. .
Rev. al1.11: r.:. J. C. Porter left Wwluemlay sou, Ga.,arrived in Ocala lat night.I great Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. McCouathy, Mrs Call on ui for lu.thillif we.have not got

over tile Realtoard' Air Linerailuayftt ti pend several weeks with Miss R. E. Yon\; ,jr., bas returned C. Gatusby, Miss: Emily Evans, of it we will l"ok it up for you and do any
t favor fur you we <-au-aiul do it ueerfully.
i lake City to attend the Lena Bullock.Mr. from Roehelle and Port Inglis, wherehe Montreal, Canada; Irs. T. G. Bright,

great Baptist convention now in session -- ------- has been installing a system of of Toronto, Canada; Mrs. D. W. The Ocala Seed Store

in that city. W. M. Brooks, of Tampa, formerly telephones for the Duuuellou Phos- Davis, Mrs. II. A. Ford, Mrs. Edward
of Floral Holder Mrs. T. T. Munrou Mr Iaxt \'i' ( :trit Manuirev.
City, a prominent phate company. lie says that all the *

:Mr. Kmil Van lv.t>ou. vice presidentof phosphate owner, was in Ocala :yes mines, railroad, turminal station and William Anderson and Mrs. Henry -- -

the (Central! I'hoi-phate" Company, terday. docks are now connected by tele W. Littl@ I

Wednesday morning for Beaufort, Mrs. S. F. Waits, of Orange Park, is phone. Mr. Yonge left yesterday for

S. t'., to look after the company'sprojHrty : the guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. D. I Orange Springs, where he goes to put To cure a cold in one day. !
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab A HEAVY REWARD
in that f-ection. Bryan, at her home in the third in a system of phones for Mr. L. L.
I lets. All druggists refund the moneyif

Among the arrivals at the Ocala. ward. Meggs, a prominent merchant of that it failes to cure. II.: W. Crove's i i ---

House Wednesday versa the following: Joe Stump, of the Garrett-Williams I place. -. ---.- -- .- signature is on each bos.-15c j In ease to mind and pocketbook will be reaped by the

t'. A. Bittou, Jacksonville; Wayne Company, Baltimore, was In Ocala: We regret that several newspaper i person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
Alarm of Fire.
Cunningham! Savannah! ; J. F, yesterday He is A popular commercial of the state have re-opened the Stet About ten o'clock Wednesday night i county before investing his money therein.

Hayman, Lexington, N. C. tra velt'r. son University scandal, which after
an alarm of fire was turned it. which DO :NOT WAIT until ;you and your money areparted
-- being thoroughly examined: by aboard
Hon. Wallace S. Jones, formerly of] Miss Mary Reardon, who has been proved to beat the Central Lumber I before obtaining your abstract of title from us,
consisting of thirty directors,
Mouticello, Fla., who was minister to spending the past four mouths in mills in the second ward, which, i -"Xo use of locking the stable after the horse! is
all eminent men, was dismissed as
Italy under Cleveland's: first administration Charlotte, N. (''., and Augusta, Ga., is being without foundation and the however, was extinguished before the ,one:' AVe will also be pleased to look after your

N dead. He was a memberof expected to return home, tomorrow.Mr. firemen. arrived. i
president of the institution fully 1 I taxes for you.
--- -
the Constitutional Convention: of
Guy Zl', who i is now a exonerated. The University was reopened FOB SALE CIIEAF-Good house; and I WRITE US. -
lsSi, from Jellcmon touuty.Mr. .
page iu the United States senate, this with a larger attendance than lot near water tank; also pair ot f'I

Htetaou has cut i Ptet.sou University week received a personal invitation ever and bid fair to become a most males, one weighing 600 and the other MoriOnCO Abstract Company

out of his, will. He was" to to a reception at the white house useful institution and this new assault 1,100 rounds: ; and good two hors

have given It over half million dollars. given by President and Mrs. Rcuxevtlt. upon President Forbes must wagon and harness Address J. J. OCALA. FLORIDA

He thinks the trustees did wrong in This was!! quite a complimentof necessarily cripple it to a very large Tipton, 161 Fourth St., E. Ocala
1 1V'tAA."s
exonerating President Forbes ( Guy justly}' proud. extent. Fla. 1 23 dwtf

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AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY. 't I LEES'S BIRTHDAY; HONORED. ,}i I! aina time ago my daughter BRANCH'S (

AFTER BRAVE FIGHT i i I J JELKS( INAUGURATED I caught a severe! cold. She complam-:

I Sunday was a raiuy and gloomy Appropriate Exercises In Commemor ofpaines ia her chest end had l a bad USGENUINE( ( RATTIESNAS Eu?
I alien of Same Held In Atlanta. ."
day but in spite of the depressing GONZALEZ SUCCUMBS'Tillman's ALMMVERNORj i Atlanta, Jan. Appropriate eierI cough. I gave her Cbamberlaine'a

weathef fair sized congregations assembled I cises were held in this city today in Cough Remedy according,: to direction : WATERMELON SEED

at all of the churchj Bullet Ends Brilliant I I Elaborate Ceremonies Mark I 1 1 'i the commemoration birthday of General of the anniversary Robert E. Lee olI and ic two days she was well ann Only PURE Strain (In tile United Sbt1e

At the Baptist church Dr. J. L. Editor's Career. Auspicious Occasion. j A :special! program was earned out able to go to pchool I have usrd this Carefully! wtcctfrl:: Krr i I' of :lifts".

White, pastor of the First Baptist j! at the state capitol} under the auspi remedy in my family for the pa:>ot years.o: other Pure variety.eedm?g.,-.,., '' "."-rrtjlfciijr lUtimLi:5oo.crrs.

church at :Macon Ga., preached at THE END CAME PEACEFULLY. MONTGOMERY GALY DECORATED. I i (ces of the different organizations olConfederate seven i years and have never known it vancuej ire KixwnICZ.
Veterans participated Is: I5C.; z oz. J5C '. :b, 44C h'I;
both and evening nervicei. to foil," says James Prederga, merchant !I.ZS. to: II>.. !:._. -e'! 'cr*:
rnoruiug;, Surrounded by Family and Friends Thousands! From Every Part of the by all local 1 patriotic bodies and the i Sod for Seed .\aullal.faua'

Dr. White it au eloquent, entertaining Distinguished Patient Passed Into State Were Present-More Than general public. Annato Bay, Jamaica, West Cu1tur order." loe, Remit by reglnrej on:etyq 31....

and strong preacher and his National The day was observed as a holidayby India L-landa. The pains in the chest money
: Members: of Alabama
the Great Beyond Without Apparent all bank and schools in the city. M. I. BRANCH,
two sermons were greatly enjoyed.At indicated an approaching attack of
Pain or Strue. Guard In Parade, Columbia 8*. Btriilu.MANUKA I..
the morning hour his subject war, I i I 9bserved In !Savannah. pneumonia, which in this instancewas :: --
Columbia S. C.. Jan. 20.-: O. 0011- Montgomery. Ala., Jan. 20.-WilHam Savannah! Ga., Jan. :20.-Birthday ct --
he warded
"Faith" and in the evening preached death of undoubtedly off by Cham
I the
Jelks who
zalea.! editor of The State who was Dorsey on .General Robert E. Lee is being generally
on the "Attitude of Alan toward Governor W. J. Stamford In June 1901 bcrlalne's Cou h Remedy. It conn
shot down here on the streets celebrate. In this city today. Military Gus Ha r &S
Christ on the Crrws." Thursday afternoon by Lieutenant succeeded to the office.of governor of parade was a feature. The teractil any tendency of cold toward
elected !last November .
Alabama and was
died at
II. Tillman.
The choir rendered some particularly Governor James schools and banks are closed. The pneumonia. Sold by Anti-Monopoly
to a full term of tour years
the Columbia hospital here this afternoon meeting of the Children of the Con Drug Store. af'r
both service!. /
beautiful music at was today formally inducted into of- mAssessor's
1:10 o'clock. I
u federacy at noon and the Confederate
Eight new members were received The end came peacefully, and without qce. Veterans' association tonight completed .1------- rf
The ceremonies the most elaborate Appointments
or struggle, his condition were I
into the Baptist church Sunday apparent pain the program.
; gradually growing weaker and since Jefferson Davis was inaugurated I will beat the following place at -

nl;;ht. weakor. until his life passed out In as president of the Confederate the time stated, to receive returns <1t t II .
I Observed In Florida.
Dr. White will probably return to States in this city nearly 42 re tl and personal property and agricultural ,
the presence of his wife and family Jacksonville Pla. Jan. 20.The anniversary the law T : fin
: report as require* :
for series of and the members of hio editorial staff years ago. The city wac: gayly decorated
Ocala in the spring a of the birthday of General .
of The State who had been summonedto and thousands of citizens were JAMrA1tv,1903.Martel. II
S meetings: and should he do 5.0 he will present from every part of the state. Robert E. Lee is being generally observed ......... ......... :Monday iti, a. m.
his bedside this morning when
throughout all the sections of
Cotton flan, "W-totSce! Mou. 3>, .
Alabama p.
receive warm welcome. More than 1,500 members of
very first decided change was noticed in this state. Banks and state offices ?......... TUt'Iod..y -7: p. in.DuoaeiluD .
National guard were in the parade
GRACE Kl'IafOPAL,; CHURCH. M r. Gonzales' condition. are closed for the day .................. \\'..tlut''Cj >. JIlomeo >
At Grace church the rector It was reported at 11 o'clock that which reached the historic capitol ............. .Thursday :.'J p. mKhtchttiu
; ( Mr. Gonzales was dying and the: immediate at noon. Standing on the exact Mobile Closes Schools. ............ ............... Friday 30 TT KH';> f IF

Rev Henry W. Little, preached members of his family being spot whers Jefferson Davis: [ stood when Mobile Ala., Jan. 20.-The anniversary Elmwood ...............Saturday 31 a. iu. Uooro.: Sii"Ii. llllid. HUlildiBt

Interesting sermons at the regular summoned to the hospital. he assumed the office of president of of the birth of General Robert )E. Ff1IRUARY,1903. and KuildlDz Material.

the Confederate States Governor Kendrick ............ .....
2 .
morning and evening hours. Physicians' Efforts Futile. Lee is being observed here by the Monday a m \\Viriclo\v 10':1111'\ ( il
Jelks took the oath of oQce. In his Martin......... ......... Monday 2 p. m. tae
METHODIST.Sunday AH efforts attempted by the physl- Inaugural address he congratulated closing of the public schools the Lowell .........' ......... Tuesday 3 a. m. A Sp" -oiull \ .

wan Rev. Howard DutillV rians to save his life proved futile and the people upon the framing and banks and the courts. I lieddiv1..................Tu*..iay 3 p. w. Purchase our makf. u bleb WI

M r. GonzaX-s continued to grow weaker ratification of the new constitutionand Mcintosh.......... ......... Wednesday 4 Guarantee Superior to
last.Sunday at the Methodist; church until 10 minues past 1, when the said that one of its richest blessings DUEL ON HIGHWAY. Central........ ......... Thursday 5, p. 01.Flemington Sold South and Thereby any

and his sermons both morning and physicians announced that death had was the fact that It for ; .".".. ...... Friday 6, a. m.
rom provided Neither Man Would Ylcd Middle, So Fair&eld.................... Friday 6, p. rn.rhJ.dy Save Money.
evening were full of power. His fewer elections and thereby reducedthe followed. : Urure .......... Monday y. a. uiHamt Offiicc amiarcr'Nrn, KIIII; 'Ii ;' NIC 0.
morning sermon was from the text, It is announced: that his death was amount of political discord. Alabama Shooting ....... ............... Monday 9, p. m. :"lrrel
due to septic poisoning from the led all the states 25 years ago In Columbus Ga.. Jan. 20.-Because the BHleview........ ......... Tile-day 1" : :hbret:3 3.:
"K thou faithful unto death Iud I wound in the liver. After the last biennial sessions of the legislature &a4;; middle of the roai was too narrow for Pedro choil house. Wt'd.lI. a. m.fiuEumerticld I

will give you a crown of life." His} examination of the doctors at 11 a. now it is in the forefront of all of them both of them, Sara Elliott, a well ...... Wcdurwlry 11, p. m.1 TEACHERS
m. It was declared by the doctors la ordering quadrennial sessions. known white farmer of Chattahoochee Caadl r..................Thursday, 1:2, a. cj. I AIDED TO PASS

,1 e\'t'ninglouLjeet was "The New Birth." that there were no hopes for Mr. Conrales. Alabama has reached the of honest county, and Gus Gaines a negro of the Ocklavran........... Thursday lii!, p. ui. i iEastlakft E'XifliOflS
t era ..................... !
)Ir. Dutill has tilled the MethodUt elections. same county, had a duel at short Friday l.i, a. ut.I. ;
t There has been no Saturday afternoon on.the Slade \VnixUlt:..................Friday !I.>, p. lu.1 j| N,, 't....nt uf i [r-iup T.u".: .....,f
-l-r WW'f'
pulpit here two years; and has; made a A solution of formaldehyde was injected charge of fraud in the late state con Drawdys . . Saturday 14, a. m. | TorouglllDJ\rUUoa fry M.aJ1u. tt,-, rnn. n ...J tii kari if.
f at 10:30 a. m. as a last resort test. Let us hope said the road in Muscogee county a mile 01 Lm .d i i Urui,._..,,.nr..<- .?>nw4iur inrhniMi. t -.t,....'.........
host: of friends iu and outside of tht governor : lt, wbool boue, :fat: 14, I'. iu. t! 4. .r kh?c?rwr. u..rat..IW& l-tin .. '....' .,
but there was no improvement In his that never more will we be forced to two from the Chattahoochee line. Moss Bluff..............Monday 16, a. iu.Eleetm I tnwto .: aaJngLLa7f11/.t rtyTa
I church who part with him very re condition and as the last means to countenance a false ballot or fraudulent The two met in the morning and ....... ........... Monday 18, p. ..-

luctantly. He i is an able preacherand cave his life the physicians made an return The governor prophesied some words passed between them, but Lyon....... ............ Tuesday 17.a. m'l

injection of one-fiftieth of a grain of a new election law which will[I there eras no shooting. Saturday afternoon UrahaoiTille............Tuesday 17, p. McIVER and .U.U'K UI
is not afraid to the truth
Connor .............
Elliott 13 i
formaline they met agate Mr. .Wednesday a. m. I
i direct into his veins In the give both parties representation at the
and the whole truth..e wish him hope of preventing blood poisoning polls. driving his team one way and the negro Salt Springs, school house j :;,.; ".. .. .> 4

much success in his new charge, but this operation! also proved futile. Dr. It M. Cunningham of Birmingham comrng direction.with his wagon in the opposite It>rr City..............Thursday.Thursday, 19 ID,, a.p. m.m. I i

Hyde Park Methodist church, Tampa. Mr. oGnzales! woo unconscious dur- was sworn in 09 lieutenant governor Eureka ...... .. Friday 3 o, a. in.
ing the morning, and never rallied a new office provided by the The negro refused to give his share Daisy ......... ........Friday 3>, p. m. ,

Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin L. L. D. through the operations.In new constitution after which the various of the roadway and the two wagons Ft. McCoy. ............Saturday 21 J. a. ii''. '

the city and state there Is universal minor state officials took the locked. According to the report re Anthony..........................Monday |
Waverly, Texas, writes: "Of a sorrow, although the town Is quiet oath. ceived here both men pulled their pis- Sparr.....................Tuesday. 24, a. tJI.I j I FUNERALDIRECTOES.
morning, when first rising, I often except for the great crowds around tols and fret several shots. The negro (;'et-nwOQ .....Tuesday 24. p. w. !
Tonight a grand inaugural ball will 1 Citra ...... Wednesday 25
find troublesome collection of shot and a. m.
a was through throughand
the bulletin! boards be
discussing the details
given at the Montgomery Auditors Orange 8 ,ring8. Thursday 26
a. m. .
phlegm, which produces a cough and of the tragedy. um. Governor and Mrs. Jelks will is very dangerously hurt. Ocala ..........Fri. and Stt.27: and :2S. _.
is very hard to dislo-ie: : but a small There Is no excitement waatsovere.TiUman lead the grand march. :Mr. Elliott so far as known. Is un The law rl'lluirpslOll returns to be
Bareatuil-wc:& of i.oSai. tat Bens
quantity ofBallards Horehound Syrup Breaks Down at News. injured. made by the tint of April! I doll, of every lt. npto.. prtar .:i-atM

will ut one di loge it, and the trouble UNITED MINE WORKERS. ALFRED A\ E/. pstdto burisliervteeaEr11ba11IlinR
Confined in his cell where he has 1 16 I
Tax A
*-"-or t o. : to OrI1rPl
is over. I know of no medicine that ,
been in:: custody since the day of the I
is equal to it, and it is .o'ery shooting Lieutenant Governor Till Fourteenth! Annual Convention OpensAt .

pleasant: to take. I can most cordially man broke down when he heard of the Indianapolis, Ind. I
recommend it to all person, needing death. Indianapolis! Jan. 20. The United

medicine for throat or lung troy- Favorable symptoms: were visible Mine Workers' fourteenth annual convention FACTS
opened In Tomlinson hall ARE NOT FUTILE
blt>s." Price Sic, agile' SI.t0? bottle tit yesterday, and up to midnight it was
promptly ai 10 0'elook this morning.
*The Anti-MonolMOly| Drugstore. m reported by the physicians that Mr. When President

There Will be Hot Politics. though Gonzales it was was impossible holding his to own give well.any there were over 600 delegates Mitchell arnve.1 in the Especially when they lead to the savi/iy of dollars yonrpocket.

hall. When he appeared on the: stage
There is nothing quite j so interest promise as to the outcome of the con
he received a great ovation. John L See what I hqve to
ditions. offer and be coHcinw/
ing as n warm campaign and probably Feltman, representative representing you fully
Sunday there was an indication
the best, way to keep it warm: i is to of Improvement of the wounds of President George Caster of the In
dianapolis Central Labor union in behalf
never let up ou it. The greatest intertstseeun the ant,--stines the obstruction had
organized labor of
been removed and the
to be in the United States passages had delivered a short address of wel
senatorial To candidates been kept open while the wounds come. I have at the old Alliance Store inOcala the
race. are seemed to have progressed favorably in most complete and up-to-date line of

: already announced and there are their healing. It was even thought; Mayor Boofrwalter made a short ad-

others to hear from. Senator Talia- that ho passed the danger of perito drees of welcome in behalf of the city.
: nitis. Mr. Mitchell made a very short response Dry Goods and G-roceries

ferro wants to succeed himself, and and the preliminary work of

Hon. John N. C. Stockton desires: the Funeral Services the the convention committee organised on credentials, the reportof wastaken which I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding counties, at the

place. It is said: that Congressman Columbia. S. C.. Jan. :20.-The funeral -
will be held tomorrow afternoonat up. most reasonable figure ever before offeredto; the public. I realize that the day inhere
Davis enter the and Mr. Mitchell will
may race, recently probably deliver
4 o'clock. The services will} be at
Congressman: Bparkmtn has been Trinity church and will be presidedover his annual address this afternoon. when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give you

listening to a senatorial bw. Goy. C. by The Bishop body Capers of Mr. Gonzales of YorkvHle.S. has. CONVICTS TAKE FRENCH LEAVE. this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries that will

Jennin?* will in all !rroba.biUynter
been taken In charge by coroner supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, NATIONS, SHOES! ,
the race and if that don't make a hot Green. Eight Escapes From Mississippi Penitentiary

time in th, next election for senator -. Since Jan. 1. HATS, CLOTHING for men and'boys is complete and full. The prices shall be -

ACCIDENT AT CROSSING. Jackson Miss, Jan. 20.-The Mississippi .
1 we can't imagine what woald.Sumtervllle .- -- penitentiary has been unusual. made to suit you. We are here to sell;gooils and they shall be sold. Ire us-

Times. Train Strikes Street Ca '-Twelve Persons
ly unfortunate with escapes during

Injured. the present month. Since Jan. 1
The Clu't' ltouse. Pittsburg, Jan. 20.-Two people wereseriously eight prisoners have taken French

The above named hotel, situated oti hurt and about ten others leave from the institution and failed
more or less injured by a grade crossing
to leave their future addresses be-
the corner of North and Magnolia accident at Hazlewood today. hind. tn_. ..

streets, under the management of The Versailles accommodation of The prison office In Jackson has
the Baltimore and Ohio I
Mrs. Thos. J. Barnes road south Just received '
opened Monday a report from the Sunflower
bound crashed into a Homestead and
under the most favorable convict farm stating that three
auspices.The MeKeesport street car coming to the I convicts named Leverets Grundy and ,

location is, admirable and the city. The seriously hut are: I Brooks all serving short terms for

house is temptingly kept. Gertrude Hanna. aged 24, said to !, burglar, had broken the locks on y/ } dr.
be injured internally. I I tt
Among those who were registered David Cruikshark.! I their cages and escaped.
Xothin" has been hard from the
there yesterday we note the follow. The other ,'as:--ngersvre cut. i four white prisoners who escaped from !

Jug: bruised and otluvvuae injured.The !. I j the t,'niporar.\' quarters in Jackson i t'a .,

acci.nt: !> was cans: *.d, it i is'' about ten flays ago. ( e : _
T. Snyder, Columbus, Ga., representing thought! Ij c. n :.?',i.o: in the *.arcing: '! i

. the Ilumford Baking t'oM.; given !hy the L.u: :. :, Raid on Fan-Tan Players

Ztniug, Jacksonville, pr xuiueuthinib. The a.,.;'"i,b' \'t'r.l;!:. .- aivoiunuidat'ot ,. ''' 'New York. Jan. 20 -A raid has
) r!.._ J'-t t I.l"I: >!I ii ai i t.'"> bfvn made on a Chinese gambling den t't COPYRIGHT
e .'r buyer; R.-,. H. C. Martin, srI',' t car -.t.rl-.l: ar:,h t-! [rag':, : in this! city in which 15; tan-tan play.! j

Fort McCoy ; S. H. Martin, Jails; whin a.1... st- ".< :, hy the train coai ers were captured. A mob of the

II. lU'u-h, R. T. Wheeler, KobettConner ilg in tl.c .v\: i'-'t-: Mretucn. i iI prisoners' countrymen offered such determined I .. -

< resistance to the removal of
and others BRIDE'S i
the players that it was found necessary -
The Club House seems destined to I i -__ to call out the station house reserve Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. Ifs our own bK-n i .f

Took Codine For Headache With Fatal ;;!
become to drive them from the street.
very popular. Result. !: different beans and is in great andgrowing: demand. The very best to b. kll.!
Marconi Confident of Success.
Monltrie. Ga.. Jan. 20.-Th
Dr. Otto Orothe, Ocali's expert news of a tragic! death at Funston sad 5 I' Wellfleet Mass., Jan. 20.Signer for the money anywhere. AVe make a specialty of pure fine Coffees and Ti-u-
Marconi has been hard at work since
chemist b mlking'ery handsome miles terday.from 1oultritreathed here yes-1|I I\ his arrival here and now hopes to and anything sold bylus: juay be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Low

adiltiana to hw: residence in the third I j send a message to Cornwall, England
Mrs. J. M. McLean the wife of a i today. The tests and experiments a price, reliable goods and prompt service attract trade, and we hold it. Try ux.
ward.. Among others is a handsome prominent citizen of that community !
made Sunday showed that the apparatus
to his died from taking a headache
cupola dwelling and a Urge Mrs. tablet I is in working order and the in-
stable, cow house, etc. of a stv vector is confident of success.:

her vere a headache codine tablet and that Mr. he McLean had bought gave I Scarlet Fever Closes College. I extend... to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarters When you :
You know
what you are taking. for himself. it is supposed to have I! Chicago, Jan. 20.-Lake Forest college Ocala. \Ve to and shake hand. Ask fore
to are always glad see
When come you your
you take Grove's Tasteless affected the heart, as death was produced |I is closed for a week by order of

Chill Tonic because the formula is almost instantly.Mrs. I the local board of health owing t

plainly printed on every bottle showing McLean was a bride of only the prevalence of scarlet fever in the

that it i U simply Iron and Quinine two days. She was formerly a Hiss town and among the students. The S. R. Pyles Old Alliance Store.
St tars latter are restricted to the bound of
. In a tasteless form .No Cure, Xo Pay a daughter of John Sellars, ,
one of the leading citizens of the the campus. Two additional roea of '
i county. fever were reported today.


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Oliver Rhinedcn on the BenjaminBrothers' Miss Irma Blake Pleasantly Entertains ,
The Consolidated Grocery Company i
New nterprise.
With the Daughters of the
S500C03 Capital. .
J To the Editor: of the Ocala Banner. Confederacy.
fiQ4ly Tl.i-< is an ere of great! enterprise in During the MX years past we have
I You know how teautifully Jake
the United States: and Florida is I Ikl't'pillg Monday afternoon in honor of the trtlWUlI.ui have helped others to 1

Gerig keeps in ornamental lovelinessthe row. With all our experience -
and birthday of Gen. Robert' E. Lee and ,
with her sister state
up show windows of his Post Office and capital invested andat
the ninth of hostess
; ; may be paid to be rapidly forging to Like all the rest of the birthday stake in this one business, we are
Drug otore.:
Miss Irma Blake entertained the
the Lead of the procession.' and ad- anxious to be of service to you, for
passing throng I like to top
One of the most important new cor- Dickison Chapter of the Daughters of the good will and prosperity of our
mire th m. Well, yesterday saw
the Confederacy, of which chatper customers.mean success uo us.
rttbA l>oratiouB, or to be more iact, themerging
that one of them was receiving mare
the is the member.
L of existing establishmentsinto than usual attention and I joined the youngest MUNROE & CHAMBLISS Bankers.
There were quite a large number of ,
one was that of the ConolldatedGrocery (
G I orderly mob to see what was the at.
iI ladies present and the afternoon was
Company! of Jackconiille,
} Ocala Florida.
traction. A ham, a strip of bacon -
enjoyed most thoroughly. A ,'crinterl'ting \'
which its legal siitUnce on
began ,. and a "sign; proved to be the spell binder. rendered .
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PfIWIEIAbaokJely January 1. Kipling: old boy, slid I, this __............- _1WU___,,_ ... ..... .-
consisting of music by Mrs. E. L.
The concerns that are mt"rjtPd in I the beats jour "Rig and a bone and a I : 1
Mrs. Sanders and Mn D. KMclver 1I
PareS' Consolidated Grocery Company are j
hank o' hair all too numerous to
seven in number, fond are the C. B. dinner ; an original poem eutitled, The LAMPS LAMPS !
N8 SUB7ITffT& mention. I invited myself iuto -
THERE IS I;I| "Itobt. E. Lee's Birthday and Mine,"
the Florida Grocery -
Hogtrs Company, but Mr. Gerig kindly but inspiringly -
was recited by the young host; Ocala
anti the department
-- Company grocery
-- > referred me to the mammothcold TO BURN !
Miss Sadie Parr recited a | >eiu about
of the Mutual Naval Store'
aud packing -
storage K. E. Lee and Mrs. D. M. Smith rend,
FAWN AT T11K nET OF THE MAN WHO Company, all of J"touvill.and! thegroct'r.y of Benjamin: Hrl>>;. My epecur-. furniture We have just received a large line of nicely

UA3 SUDDENLY AND WITHOUT MKKITREACHED of the Southern 'The Sword of Lee." decorated Parlor Ltmp., at Toe, (Stec\ Jl.'X' ) and

TIIK: TOI' OF THE HILL; KOK departments \ ean appetite was aroused and I did Arrangements were also made to up to $7.0 fr a fl l:.! 1"1> (alii i'. ('<>im- and see

Naval Mom CoiLpany! of Savannah? the CompanyOCRLR YOU will be, -url>n",1 when you seewhat
THE MAN WHO IS GOING not stop investigating!
WILL IT secure Mrs. Frasier o \uburu, Ala., G. littl-- .
the Gulf Naval Stores Company of bargains you can-cet: < r a money..e
IT. II of this material of the universe .
DOWN who U an elocutionist of no mean \\ have other bar:alll t'><-
the Gulf Naval Stores Company -
-- --- Tampa, until I had invested and eaten

SiSA ELI2A2ZT3: 8i ::S. "Lo:&l Eiltcr of Pensacola and the of Went Peiisacola.Coast thereof.Veli, Mr. Editor, your breakfast this repute city, to in give a couple an entertainment weeks for the in FLORIDA AT S M I Dr H Sc

dinner table
--- table and can-
= benefit of the Doughters. The detailsof ----- -
the at Peyser's The officers of the company are as
No lil woo pipe not be more enticing than when the -
the entertainment will be announced -

Friday night. follows: products that splendid establishment > -- -- -- -- -- ---- :--- --- -
later. --- -
C. B. Roger, president, Jackson I i I
C. C. Thomas, ot Gainesville, is at are !gracing its hospitable and Capt. Thomas 0. Stewart, Kho wasa 1 I THE THE !

leaves. That breakfast I Ii
the Ooala lIoU-l\. ville.W. extended member of Lee's invited
A. Galhher and E. A. Cbam- army, i
bacon la an ins-pir&tion: to incense. :
to be present but was compelled to
Mr. J-: B. Lucas left Sunday: for plaiu, vice presidentJacksonville.. What a btnef-tetiou to OJala and : II 1 i
refuse the invitation. He wrote Mrs. STORESTORE !
Dallas, Texas. 0. II. Hodgson, secretary and Marion county is the cold storage and : I t.:
Blake most beautiful letter thank-

treasurer, Jacksonville. house of the Benjamin: Bros.,
of wasa packing the Daughters for their invitationand i Buy Your
Miss! ('ora Directors-C. B. Rogers, W. A. Gal- ing
and what benefactors those men are
Ocala Saturday 1 regretting his inability to be
visitor to
hher, E. A. Champlain and H. A. ,
to our people! But this is like the I
present.: The letter was read at the !
McEachern Jacksonville B. F. Bui-
of J ckson- ; : as we used:: to call I
Mr. R. 1-:. Youge, jr., Benjamin: boys, meeting. I

in this lard, Tampa; C. M. Coviugton, Pens them when and they and I, Mr.
ville, isu-itiug his parents you Mrs. F. R. Gary, president of the

city. __ ___ ___ sicola. Editor, were younger and went' to our Chapter, on behalf of the Daughters, SHOES .1..1.I
The capital tock of the Consolidated work with leaps and bounds. I am
Miss Moua Hiiler returned Saturday in a few well chosen words presentedto
Grocery Company is half a million deserve
at their success. They -
night from t-hortTisit to Miss: Louise little Miss Irma a beautiful bilver ,
dollars. It will deal in whole'sale .
have -
Inglis at Port Iugli" it. For thirty years they mirror and nail file. She was also the
groceries, hay, grain and provision Ocala. : i iI
abided with us here in They I I
recipient of a number of other individual -
Mr. P. Jumacu came up Saturday and do business tin Florida, have shared: with us our joys and :
l presents, From The
from Floral City to spend Sunday Georgia and Alabama. Branch :stores' borrows from their boyhood day,. !
After the program was concluded I
with his family. will be located at lampt, Savannah I j' .
None were ever more
the visitors were invited into the din-

Col. W. N. Camp -and Miss Lucy and IVrisaCola. public spirited than they, or had the ing room w here fruit punch and cake THE BOSTON STORE. I
The for all businoswill
headquarters welfare of Ojahi and Marion county :
Camp returned to Albion (Saturday were served by Mrs. G.1.. Martin, \
be in Jacksonville:! and it will have
after a short visit in OcaU. more at heart than they. They Miss Josie: Williams, Miss Sidle Parr I I I
readily be understood how the immense ; House Block Ocala Florida
raised their refined and lovely families and little Misses: Irma Blake and I Opera I If

Mr. C. H. Dame will represent' the : concern can buy at prices that us and helped to make our
among Jessie Lou Martin. ) --- --.:-.:: ::!!
Ocala Lodge at the W. O. W. grand will admit of the most reasonable And
dwell in.
town a good place to
The dining room was very prettily __on -- -- -- ------ ----- -- -.7
meeting (iu Petisacola iu March. sales.
lodge their matured and
now age
decorated with Confederate flags
The purchasing power a
lost their
have not
thought they spirit -
Judge W. S.; Bullock returned Sat- lighted candles and profusion of red
will l l'e and
corporation enormous, i
and Oeala
urrday afternoon from Brooksville, ' the of various depots andllran'ht't
I having } benefit of it. I ;
is getting a great am THINK OF IT'l
where he has holding circuit decoration for the Urge enter
in several cities will enable
: court. [ : glad the press and the people are table. Each guest'reeeived as a !'-ouv-I / -the bargain I've secured. Well,
deliver to
the goods customers -
I company praising them for their great work.A enir a little paper box painted with a s ,3v there are some rare chance- offering ;

Mr. B. A. Thrasher, a prominent from the nearest possible i man: ought to be praised for his I : > now to purch '?e a home or a house :
Confederate and the dates
flag bearing
Gainesville attorney passed through point, thus saving a great deal I to good deeds before he dies. The memorial I tr J ar t .J site at exceedingly attractive figures ;
1S07-1903 the birth of Lee and his
Ot'al1tuTllay! afternoon en routeto their patrons in the way of freights.The p I have very desirable pieces of property
shaft I is all right afterwards. I
anniversary which \\:1S-O plea-auily! books '
-' on my notably cheap.
his home. company starts out with the finest -
OLIVER IviiEiitox. I celebrated on this oCl'a ilI. Thesei, tr Unusual opportunities for the investmeutof -
hind of prospect: ?, and will un- i I'
Mrs. Cliu'ord L. Anderson went to Says He Was Tortured. boxes were filled with salted ;'eauuts.In = large or small sums of money i,.

doubtedly do au enormous business.The "I suUiorl'tIsuch pain from corns I I Houses, lots, etc., iurpri-ingly low. 'I i
afternoon to the parlor the Confedeiate Hag
Palatka Saturday spend i
president, Hon. C. B. Iloger, I could hardly walk," writes II. Rob- I ar- Very easy: terms. j
Ho will return w3 draped around a beautiful pu-tiTt
Sunday with friends n? well a* the other oflieer of the ui-jon, Hill-borough, IU= ., but Bueklen's I ..." J. STARR STER BERCER" I
of < en. Lee, which formed a most
home cured
tonight. Salve
company, are known in every nook completely _. ..
---- ---- -- decoration. -- --- -- ---- -- --
them. Acts like on pleasing
magic sprains, .
of l'lorhlnot and '
and corner only by
to Jacksonville
has -
:Mrs. Abe to visit Beriack:her mother gone for a week through the sterling business qualities bruises, boils., cuts, Perfect i'ort.C1ilt1'O healer'!, burns of skin, ulcers -I The Daughters will always remember 1P 1;"ifh" "lif';"!"111" I ;"I''+IfiIiIIf111" " ;111f" "11f"111111119111i111111" " " "f 11f" "ll1l" -

of their
the birthday party youug- 1
bhe will also visit in St. Augu..tiue that have made them successful but diseases and piles. Cure guaranteedby MIJS. L T. TOMPKINS' a
est member as a most delightful oc
before returning home. also as men whose pride in their state Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 25c. 2

and its development has been so casion.!
Arrival of the Good Roads Machinery.The FAl10US MILLINERY !
Mr. (i. B. Stewart. a prominent material a factor in Florida' progress. '

tmvrlniK salesman of Albany \, Y., The working capital of the Consolidated I good roads the machinery recentypurchased : Pains in the Back --- ---
by comuiNuioneM -
Las been spending several lose in county Is a Source of Pleasure to Everybody. If you are hard to :::
Grocery Company is fco large from the Good Roads Are symptoms! cf a weak torpid or
the at the Ocala Slat'hiuery Ika-e, ?o there; her style will please you and convince you that
city IIIIi a guest will lit' able to Nell at the condition cf the "'
that it goods kidneys
Company, of Kenuet Square, 1'enu., ptflpniir.t w you are not hnril to please, only have uot found before the stylettud ==

House.Meiors.. -- --- lowest minimum prices to merchants arrived in rata Monday over the liTer, and are a warning it is oxtremelyhazardous :: quality you deMred. You will find the finest style and assortment -

1 Mclver t s Mackay are iu Florida, South Georgia aud Ala to neglect, so" importantis :: in the city, and most complete. Her novelties and
Seaboard Air Line railway and was action of these
a healthy
busily engaged in making eightymattresses bama, who will find it to their interest organs. Paris patterns will readily explain why this is the most fashionable -
unloaded under the supervision\ of They are commonly attended by loss!
::: place to buy jour winter ht';. Tompkins'effortshave :::

for the convict farm, and to become customers.To Mr. E. Wartmann, member of the of energy, lack of courage, ana sometimes ::; succeeded in establishing a business whose foundation i is ==

will have the same. ready for delivery give an idea of th* great size of by gloomy foreboding and despondency. -
hoard of commissioners and Mr. Allan founded upon a rock. Her principle of trade is one that will ;

lu a very few d. ys. the new concern, ten traveling men the == yield\ a benefit everyone. You want to know you are well '
Rodgers, agent for company.The "I had m back, could not sleep
rains/ my
will out from the headquarters in == dressed; quality and style give that satisfaction. You can buy j
Mr. I.. 11. Edwards, one of the go machinery coiiriists of traction and when I pot up in the irorninE felt .. 4
Jacksonville, and, besides, every ore than the night! before. I bean taking == your millinery from Mrs. Tompkins and know you are in line
county commissioners! for Citrus engine, crusher, elevator, etc., a description Hood's SarsaparilU and now I can ::: with the be-t. A perfect satisfaction and a delight\ to couteuaplite. :::

in Ocala Saturday ith branch house will have drummers, M of which Las: already sleep and pet up feeling rested and able to ::: You will get your money's worth, and the style _: ;
county, was appeared -
do my wort.: I attribute my cure entirelyto :: : :
it can be seen tint the territory will Hood's M as. J. X I'EKE\:, thrown in. .
several thousands pounds of meat togo in this paper. The machinery Sarsaparilla. Cortl"r.otlth Mignu'i! i Mreet and Ftvcnue' Udilon\ s SthleX11111111Ulii :::::
care 11. S. Copeland, Pike lluad. Ala.
co"ered.The .
into cold storage. be thoroughly formation of this will be immediately put to workon Hood's Sarsaparillaand !.. iil' ..l'i'ii111ilI i, j .JII1Ll., ...jl..1JIIlIUIlilU. ..... ,.,lii' 1..1'J.J.. ,..' ., ;

companymeans the Antimony hard road and if it 1a

Mr. S. L. Jones, writing from Arcadia that Jacksonville: has taken Pills
pt'rforlthe work it is guaranteed to j

to the Ocala Cold :Storage Com- another big atop forward, and it meansa to do Marion will make a big Cure kidney and liver trouble, relieve """, = .cI.: : '!.JY' 4 ;:z. 7.7.L_'= ""' ;fH ,......." ,..-:"..=,"", ,. .. II
county the back and build up the whole system.
papny, says that he has had some of lot of money will be circulated
record iu road building during the I j

the Ocala ('uretInH'at and pronounces there, for the employes of such an year 1903. i'I THE NEW DRUG STORE ,

it fine and wants the names of some establishment will be numerous.Mr. I There will be au examination for'

of the farmers who have had their --- -- --- Simple Colds. I the classified postofliee service held in D. II. BROWN, M. D., Proprietor,

Emmet Robinson arrived inVali Cea-e to be simple, ifatall) prolonged. r
ISth. Mr. !
meat in cold storage so he can buy a this city on February !
( yesterday from Savannah to Tbe !;- f lIt .way is to put them j
Bisgs is secretary of the board: of ,
Mipply.Mr.' -- make hU home here with his parents aside at the begiuning. Billard's I Is now open and ready to serve the publicyith Pure, Fresh :

C. M. Scott, representing the Horehound syrup stopsla cold anti removes examiners and will furnish tiliuks: Drupuit: the corner of South Magnolia street and Ft. King

Mr. and :Mrs. :M. E. Robinson. He is colds 5uc for this examination. There will in | We have line of HOLIDAY GOODS in
Southern Branch of the Good: Roads the :cause of 25c, avenuu a pretty ,

accompanied by Mr.I Charlie Martin, and $I.UOa bottle at AntimonopolyDrug all probability be an additional dt-rk : Stationery Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Toys, Etc., which :

Machinery Company, of Charlotte, who will be his guest: for tome time.: Store, m I and carrier appointed for this city, :, we invito'&hoppers to inspect before making their purchases. 1j
N. C., is in Ocala, and paid this office j

a pleasant. call. Marion county is Mr. Tom HanU returned to Jacks A Visit of the Stork. and anyone desirous of taking the I ...... -r- a 9

gaining a national reputation for the souville yesterday, after spending a The home of Mr. and Mrs. William examination would do well to write CAREFUL COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS OUR SPECIALTY

enterprise she has shown in the Good few days Ocala with his parents, Hoekerwas gladdened Friday night Mr. Biggs at once for the necessary I j
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, THE OCALA BANNER. t VVY The Sun: An acknowledges Enterprising Man.a fraternalcall MALARIA Inv1s h)1

1 OUR SUNDAY SERMON. yesterday from Louis J. Brumby

of Ocala 1< one (of the most effective
FRANK HASSIS, Editor. Means bad air, and whether it Enemy to Health
writers and best known newspapermen from the low lands and
P. V. Leavengooi, Easiness t!asager.I. Are the Teachings Criticisms of
-_ in the state. Mr. Brumby is marshes of the country, or the filthy sewers and drain pipes f tL ilea
--= \ and towns its effect upon the human system is the same
the Sermonof not at e igagfd in the publication -
-, : present
These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the longs and taken np
f LhnstAttainable of but has for the past the blood and the foundation of
: i j I'' on the I a paper, by some long, debilitating llnr"3 is Uj year been doing the specialty work Chills and fever, chronic dyspepsia, torpid and enlarged: liver kidney
i troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invuihle! foe
? II Mount. ,
which brought our worthy neighbor,
Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system 1 "cause

. the (Ooal Banner, into such prominent the liver and kidneys fail to act and are poured into the blood current pod
-- --- ------ --- sketch it becomes so polluted and sluggish that tie poisons literally break
direction. As through
< By E. Roberts in "The Church of the World"Between iu this a
Dr. J. ,
tiH the skin, and carbuncle, boils, abscesses, ulcers and various eruption of
i is all that could be
artist Brumby :
indolent character appear, depleting the system, and threatening life!
- - itself.
required, and his tflbrts have been The germs and poisons that oppress and weaken the body oI.n.I.1&ttO
those who are called! Christians : ulna prophet of Nazareth ha not had
marked with strong mecen, financially the life-giving properties of the blood, renderiij it thin and wtterr, must
and those who are not, there i ie followers: except here and there in I'X- be overcome and carried oat of the system before the patient can hope to
and otherwise.It get rid of Malaria and its effects.

BELIEVING no difference; all are governed by the cl'ptionallive here ban never" been" is the purpose of Mr. Brumby to S. S. S. does this and quickly produces an entire
without to the anything like concerted effort to change in the blood reaching an j st' .
THOSE AT TilE TOP WELL ABLE TO same conditions respect a put begin the publication at Ocala of tbe every organ >Op
HAS I lating them to vigorous, healthy action. Ji S, S .
TAKE TAKEN CARE ITS STAND OF THEMSELVES IN THE BARRICADES ideal uttered upon the Mount. As into practice the ideals uttered the Florida Fruit and Truck Grower. It possesses not only purifying but tonic properties, ,

WITH TilE COMMON PEOPLE, between Christian nations and other Sermon on the Mount. A dNtlnukhed will be a monthly publication devotedto and the general health improves, and the appetite

{' AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR the horticulture aud trucking interests increases almost from the first dose. There i ii no Mercury, Potash, Arsenicor
THE BETTERMENT: OF THOSE AT THE nations, tested l by that ideal, the advantage citizen of Kaunas: I since: deceased other mineral in S. S. S. It is :strictly and (entirely a vegetable remedy

BOTTOLi = of the state, and u: newlless to Write us about your case, and our physicians: will gladly help:
you by
is in favor of the other na- called down upon himself universal -
i -. add will prove a success under the their advice to regain: your health. Book on blood and skin dM.oj. >es sea
-- tions. The grt>lJt powers that main- criticism by saying that in management of this energetic writer. free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, C...
TLe Metropolis i* getting real
tain equipments, armaments and politics there was no place for the The first issue will appear in February -
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navies of war are the professedly Golden Rule He might have gone and Mr. Brumby .states that he
F e The indication are good'for raidson :
Christian nations; their rulersare still farther and said that in the bu'- launch the :publication with a good
the Florida Indian war fund paid

to the state by the United States government -' defenders of the faith. The inees: world, as it i is: organized, there is patronage of advertising.-Gaines-
dUe Sun.
f:, The legislature will be be- only }peaceable nations that are just as little room for it. He might

sieged from many points.Metropo- willing to let alone and wishto ha va one till further and said that Don't Think ho has Made Friends. Dyspeptks

:' lis.:: be lei alone are the socalled pagan as between the dillereut rtlkioui liranizatioliIthe Bob McNamee hasn't made any
era icafia oorCr des bf ft Mr sure eetNfetrsa.

The Methodists have raided: their nation If one Christian power Golden Rule has never friends by trjing to stop the publication > Can &at aaae e/ ooosupartoa betel it 1 .

:r; 20,000,000 and we congratulate them. builds great war ship,another Chris yet been tried. As to the practibilityof of a labor paper in Tampa a few

Now let them use: it with judgmentand tian power builds two. those ideas of the Mountain Ser days ago, because the editor had in (11) i\V\ iSLrY'iR PILLS \I

discrimination. In the business world there i i- no mon, who are the ones that inherit type a strong editorial i advocatingiov. 1I 1 1i :
'. t' r. aR l iONIG'Pr"U.ETS I 1tit
din rence whatever: between the man j the earth? What I say: about the (- Jennings for United States sena t
; If Sparkman should enter the senatorial ,. it aal7 teatedloe.hiei aoaiot Hum and de not get to krsae
who calls him>elf a disciple of the great compromise uf the church is tor. Bob; i i- not "pen er.-f the house
f contest, will McNamee immediately P.-erW p PSsm'a J" ,-, ,... aad -- eoafismadBKUp
his Jean-sand those who call themielYSS: this: It has been a kind of a title yet: and/ the probability is: he u ill t dreg-takers. a.- lteaedlee act Pertly cod N. thyrakm e
thereafter announce candidacy -
the disciples' of nobody. One condition guarantee society, and have fixed the not be, duiin for ?Metropolis.:
congress Year "dra3jaet wi2 ttftufe tree a.apia w w aadt
law i is all-the law of
t one : over : record clear fur some other world, the Florida legi=lature.'rJstalIiver
I; The Times-Union i and Citizen is strife and competition.' I \but if Jesus was' talking about anything News 1: \ Brown Attg. Co. ,
t' drawing to its staff a brilliant and Moreover, it is true that when any i he was: talking about this New York

t'f'i f' brainy set of young men. Ball, of nan or company' of men set out with world. "The meek shall inherit the UFontis 's Nw Field.J. and Qrecncvilic.

t:;; Pensacola, and L-iFontinee, of Gainesville the avowed purpose of putting into earth. Elt-v ed are the poor, for theirsis U. L'iFoutHee has evtrvd his '. Tenn.

It I,r ( are recent_acquisitions. practice the teachings: of the Sermonon the kingdom/ of heaven." The joys connection with The Xews of this

the Mount they ale laughed at. and glories of the kingdom of heaven city and accepted a position on the
fi r Governor Jennings has not :yetI
and then community is estab- Times-L'nion and Citizen at Jackson
I a will bo welcome when we reach the
taken senatorial boom out of the
cold stora Pensacolu Journal. ished upon the principle that every- kingdom of heaven, but it Is the prac- ville.Ir.. La Fun listen an all round

t Mistaken. He hauled it out at Tampalast thing"hallLJ in common, that one tical every day joys and benefits thatwe newspaper man, and aa a news gleanerwill POST orpin: i>ur(. NTOKI:. O( .lI. '. IM.

week, but "Bob" McXamee hall work for all, the accumulation want in this world, and the practice be a valuable acquisition to Florida's --- "! .. "

or value thall be equally shared by of the Sermon on the Mount data leading IHwSlll'erGailles'i1e( !
r promptly flapped! a Tampa injunc

tion upon it, and there it rests as all who have contributed to it. Therewill not briu< those things. Those who HUBBARD & MACDUFF

I : dead as Ht'etor.anford Chronicle. he a unity of interests: after the ae inheriting the earth are by no Sun.BLOOD

---- .- -.---- manner of the early disciples or the means the meek. The ble! !.wlness 01

Trof. H. T. Baya, superintendent of HUMOURS HAWARDOO1tS E
apostles Whenever such a props pO\'Nt-there is: not perhaps one iu

the South Florida Military Institute stion ia:: }put into effect everybody predicts the world but would exchange suueof : -

at Bartow, announces that there i is a failure, and by the prediction, it for the bhwsedness: of wealth. 1 SASH AND BLINDS,;! AGRICULIl liK.M': 1 L E
in that institution for this I" Skin Humours Scalp Humours
vacancy contributes: to bring it about. Thepeople can conceive of no advantage whatever ,

county. The scholarship is worth BARBED WIRE CUT AND :MENTS DEERE PLOWS.
who established: l Kunkin com I that can accrue to us by juggling Hair Humours ,
about $300 and all
: covers munities and s-oeialistic communities, with things, and endeavoring to deceive ,
expends' a : literary, ,
and the various: things of that kind, ourselves. Why will we not

1-f and fcek'Utitie education.! are culled Utopians!, dreamer, unbalanced reach better results with ]plain, frank, Whether Scrofulous
Here is a s-pleudid hauce for home .. OILS, VARNISHES ATLANTIC ALL KIN: i*
impractiUle, und yet they honest, undisguised statements? The
umriitiou'4 Marion scholar.
i -----county- are making' strenuous endeavors to sermon on the Mount might be practicable Hereditary WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TOOLS, 1

It i U too bad that the political aspirations of realize the prophet's: dream: of the if used by all-it is utterly iaipractiule -

j so clever a journalist and good a citizen as long ago. If any ono now attemptsto if Used: by a few against! the: ALL KINDS OF COOKING: S'lOVhS I
: Frank Harm should be weighted down with
such ail incubus as the Tampa Tribune.-I'en. :sell- all of UK goods: and give to the mauy. Speedily Cured by Cuticura i

saeola Journal. poor l a* the prophet said, he i is hauled And now I fancy that there is a GLASS AND PUTTY, HEATERS, GRANITEIRON' ..
The editor of the Tampa Tribune i is Soap Ointment and Pills
before cumiuis-aou of lunacy: to have reason for the failure ot the great
one of the mot enterprising AND FITAND TINWARE. CUTLERY .
: :young;
his sanity tented. If lie did not know ideal Io not those: principles, after
k journalists in Florida and we cannot
that he had a relative in the world all, violate what we know of nature'
t understand why the Journal should When All Other Remedies and TINGS, EVERYTHING IRON AND: STEEL
: some one would appear: who would laws? Is there not one law under
: think him an incubus.: The editor:
i claim a distant connection with' him which all must: live and struggle:? Isis Best Physicians Fail. BOLTS ROPES. PULLEYS:
certainly does not know him. N THE LINE OF BUILD ,
i in virtue of which he was the legal not a fact that it has been ordained

heir to the man's: fortune. These in the nature of things that a mat COMPLETE TREATMENT $1.00. ING MATERIALS ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE
k L. J. Brumby, of Ocala, editor and ,
things are regarded: by all slaves as must enter into conflict before he cat -
proprietor of the Florida Fruit and
out of the lice of the possible.: If a !I know theSWeetandglory of triumph? In the treatment of torturing disfiguring -
k Truck Grower i is in Jacksonville
: on
a man undertakes to love hi. enemies! I Can any thing be given to any man : itching, scaly crusted! pimply, LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES
1'U"1II1'1oI8. Mr. Brumby will publish blotchy and scrofulous humours of the
and says that he does, you think This world will never come into its
the first issue: of his paper in a fewdays skin, scalp and blood,with los of hair, iiubbard Macduff Ocala Fla.
y he either: a liar or a hypocrite, yet full moral consciousness: until it recoguies Cuticura Soap,Ointment and Pills hiebeen ,
awl will have one of the lies
r the world has wonderfully successfuL Even: _. .
never quite been willing that it is ret-jioiisible: for its life - -- --- ---
the most obstinate
farm constitutional
publications in this Kate. Hi I hu-
to give up its hope of the mountain here and its destiny: somewhere, mours, such as bad blood, scrofula, inherited nL 't iJ-;: r =: .c. ff ): 11EYi&l";! -'
t al't'r will be devoted to advancing I
p'l and contagious humours, with roi1 '
sermon. With the consciousness thatit t There
are no cuts to results
I great
the interests' of this state by imparting loss of hair,glandular swellings, ulcerous -
would not and! could not conform to One law, one condition, is: over us and patches in the throat and mouth, WE EAT MEATTo I
information useful to the
; farmer
r:, sore eyes copper-colored blotches a3well
it, the world hit the ingenious us' alike the law of !
upon governs strusrgleconflict ,
; and fruit grower.-Times-Union and as boils, carbuncles, scurvy, sties, grow fctmug. Uules we get I1
\ > phn of compounding for its failure.In and self-development. Nature ulcers and ores arising) from an impure : I
r. Citizen.Uichardsnn. or impoverished condition i f the t a good meat we may a* aril! Mit
___ '___' __ the flrst place the Christian world I knows no such thing as forgivenessonly blood > .
,yield to the Cuticura "
Treatment alone.
.. 2 1 There is no ttriiigUiia !! ;; tyT
t of Tennessee;; says that exalted the ideal to which it made no results; no such things as punishment when all other remedies: and methods .
fail. F < tough meat-iuutcad Ir u\\-(\ g.
the race for the ell'ort to attain. Thus it had compounded and { rte"
democraticpresiden- rew:1rlJs-only consequences. -
:prater still if po: ible, is the S tial nomination seems to lie between for its failure. It baa said of Nothing could be farther wonderful record of cures of torturing, [ r t t :'. :I
disfiguring: humours infants and it. It pays to be careful in .
among ii
i. Olney, Gorman and Parker, either of its great teacher: "How wonderful, from the truth than that God bestows children. The suffering which Cuticura S. -- Muff
buying nest be sure to n d t
F.- whom he believes can be elected on a how utliuie, how flawless is the Sermon blessings or benefits. A man would Soap and Ointment have alleviated 1 :
I among the young; and the comfort the beat-tender and ( 1,t'I"I'. ,
t tariff i sane campaign. Wouldn't st on the Mount" It has inscribed be just sensible to pray for a strongarm they have afforded' worn-out and wor- ..
< Pay a little morelf uml bv and I
; :: it in its books and hung it upon the well developed muscles, or for ried parents, have led to their adoption Asir rZ<, 1
exciting in countless homes as priceless curatives [, -_ + put something in your !oto'UlI.d l h I ;
i outer wall, aDd for nineteen centuries health, as to for Perhaps for
pray grace. the skin and blood. Infantile '
!I ., which will put flnh on :.lIlir :,
x ; between the Wilson bill and thDingley ha. pointed to the sermon and said: the larger anti better conception of and birth humours, milk crust, scall } :
head,eczema,rashes and every form of .t 4x ;TNs bones and strong UIMHI n, sour
.. .. bill-siy, about two and a "Those are my sentiments," but those God is that he is the eternal presence, itching, scaly, pimply skin and scalp i In ; heart.EDWARDS I

: half per cent Let's stop tinkering; sentiments have not interfered with the giver, or the source from which humour, with loss of hair, of infancyand
childhood are speedily, permanently -
I with the tarHfuuless we can wipe it business, nor conquest, nor even made emanate life and force and the law, and economically cured when BROS.

: out eutitely. man more fraternal. with which"e must learn to conform.It all other ri-ini-ilf! . anil t'io !'n !
1':1: t faiL
----- The chief function of m I IcE"rh
organized religion is not conceivable that he ever gaveto

$ t Our senators and representatives is to relieve men and women any man anything. He who should -- : ;g.: Iili" t-ci:! JSf; S lirz :.. j-, .. :','iI .

.a f I in congress seem to be unfortunately from the necessity of arduous ellort. spend all his life as-kiug for wfalthwouhlllie | DR. ALEXANDER'S -- --- -- _. 1 t

alllieted. Senator Money, of Misi i If we veers to put down before men in the |oorhouse and .1..t'1'| JAS.M.CAdiAM; I'r<-idt'llt. fcissippi i< reported seriously ill Senator : CHILL TONICA
; and women as the ideal life what 'the in a pauper's grave, no matter how -

i Carmaek, Tennessee, has been prophet of Nazareth said! and say to much he believed} in the saying of The First National
positive,permanent: ,and safe:cure:for Malaria. Bank
nursing a bad: eye for several months them, "Now do as he said," and they Jesus: 'Ask and je shall receive;" Chills and Fever. Contains no poison. The hot

and is unable to read; Senator Prich- Tonic, Anti-reriodic: Appetizer: and Strengthener : ,
should do as he aid, the world wouldbe but he w ho asks by rising early, by for
pale,sickly ferunlcs: : and children kno\t U. OF GAINESVILLE.The
ard, of North Carolina has had I .
to a very much better world if they patient. toil, by industry, by attentionto Brings the glow to faded cheeks; makes weak
4 undergo a serious surgical operation children fat and hearty.: Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
; would all do it. If business
a part only did it, stands: at least a chance of Tablet form; tasteless: ; easy to take.

Senator Hawley, of Connecticut, has they would be preyed upon, cousuuied acquiring a competence. Let us be of Price 50 cts. Trial Size, 25 Ct!. Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . .?-.o.( 'MM' 00 -

been quite ill for some time. All of and destroyed by tho e that surround good cheer; this world, this life and Dr.Alexander'i Laver Regulator Billons' Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . vo.iM'noDoesexcluaively :
these senators, except the latter, are them. the life beyond what new:! ,Torpid: Urn,Constipation.Sick Headache: a banking buiinejy, with facilities equal: to any bank m the
are just
young men. Moral! Don't to Pries 26 Cent. For sale II- I' stat Solids the accounts: of Farmers, Menhanta, Corporations,
And I here
go am to repeat again the make them, just as good, no wore> Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All buined

congress. laying that the simple! :guileless, gen- and no better. transacted promptly. )
Wm. -\nd.rlon
t Druggist, Ocala, Fla. 10.17 H. E. T.\YLU H, Caablir! ;



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"i The Moiitwuiiia had forty arrivals Last! year was the :greatest in the'I TAMPA'S FAMOUS TRiaL ENDED To Teachers, Pupils and School I !.
i ] Sunday. world's history; in gifts: for benevolent Patrons. .-

1' ullt. W. I). t urn 1m namedat: t AN OLD FAVORITE i
by :
t arrivals at purposes.Senator Chavez Acquitted-Is Banquetted
were thirty-seven -- --- --- .
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t Tillmau little His Friends-Calls on His Fiance. urday, February : 1. > as +
was H warm 4ir1AAAit1441iA4444444LA44AA4AAAAAAAAAAAitAAAAAAAAAA41st'
. Ocala I tonne I : Sunday.I
1 the fur im voniest tube held in this: city J
, 1 under the collar when he paid his The Chavez jury reported a verdictof ,t

t Mr. Henry Dutton, jr., of Gaines.i respects to Attorney General Knox. not guilty this i morning at dghtfortyfi'E' for the iiiut- prizes otlered to the b"\. a: THE BRIDE :r

awl Monday[ in since and girls" of Marion county for uritini la' i
Sunday been out
fcpeut after having "
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Mr. R. C. Fort from the east tide
the best the
i afternoon. The !! essay making -
Ocala. i I tour-frty Thursday 1
of the Ocklawaha was the t I *>: Sir John Suckling "
: among for Arm and drawing the best tu*|>. V
rennet was the signal! a great Ito
)Ir. J.V.. Lutrman, a prominent Oeali lUuner's pleasant callers Mon ous-tration from Chavez's Cuban The contest will take place in lit ,tft ;i) ;*" A
j' SIR JOHN SUCKLING, one of England's minor ;"
., \- citizen of Sparr was a visitor to Ocala day. ______ friend.. lie was accompanied to his Ocala arrn ry -ginuiug at 10 o'olooi- (: sincere, was a soldier and man of fashion of the court ,1; sY 1
I g.'J of Charles I. lIe was born in Wu9 and is said to have j
Monday. When oil U discovered in this home by a large crowd, and his par- on the date mentioned above. I V a committed suicide at Paris about teXL After Studyingat .. ,

: Mr. Joe Davis, of tiumnierfield, wasa vicinity the fact will be made ents dispensed lavish hospitality all The contest is open to any pupil ii I *k_: 6 M .....'::1 Aduiphus.Cambridge Later he he served ecjoyed in vogue the as army a dramatist of Gustavus andIn .,:. -J

; pleasant buiuw4 caller at this office known through: the columns of this day. Tonight he gave! a banquet to Marion county. The teachers will' It. !.\: i'TI:: .- 1-.41 May.Sir John.1640. he being became charged a member with plotting of parliament.against th9 In .fJ S 1;

llonday.llrs. paper. twenty-five friends a swell restau- allowed to practice their pupils on 1'y A parliament, fled from England. His dramas are forgotten ''(
__ /o but his lyrics told ballads are still read. ; i
': :i J. 15- C. Koon(' of piuuiter- After spending' a short while in unto Shortly after his acquittal he delivery speech or t'&SlY: but ass ,L -> .:*. j

.\.. vine, i is: the guest of bet mother, Mrs! Ocala )tr. E. S. Upham returned:! to went to Sl6Ir>l. Merck, sister of Mrs. assistance in writing or eom'O>iuj. i a:. ER finder was so small the ring' .t> 1

; Frances: Howp.: his home at Lake Weir Saturday! afternoou. Allen, who swore on the stand that is strictly forbidden .: Ii Would not stay on, which they did bring kit _

.7 t the was his fiance. The acquittals Supt. Cam wants at least fifty pupil- t. was too wide a peck; Z) .

I i Mr. D. M. lUrco, of Cotton Plant to participate in the contest Any ?' t' And to say truth-for out it
I Ij I I of
to testimony
The scarcity of coal in the north due mainly : It looked like the great collar-just- Dlnst'l I :
; Ooala Monday shaking hands the schools; in the county being clo-ed
in :
was j I
and her little .
and the suffering It entails should Mrs. Allen son About our young colt's !leek : !
V with his host of friends should pot prevent the tejicbtr j\\ A' -
wonderful made for
send immigrants hustling in this to the fight I A'w I
I Said schools from encouraging their a, Her feet beneath her petticoat, *-, r ) I
Naunette I'ecot, of Winston, direction. Chavez by his attorneys Senator Palo I II fcit:
ads"y I Like little mice, stole in and outsf ." i. : I
pupils to enter this contest. l
w >. C., is the attractive guebt of Misses mer, Colonels McNamee and Peeples. I I : As If they fear'd the light; ,,. I

;, Julia and Virginia Majo. The sun seems to have gone into Opinion on the verdict is divided, the Every teacher in the county should : A l! Bat O, she dances such a Tray! .If: iL r

:' of Birmingham total obscurity. He has scarcely I Cubans naturally being rejoiced while I makeacpeeial effort to have a large I. ,.: Xo Is sun half upon so fine an Caster-day a :sight iff1" !t tI ,:*

-,; Mr. Abe Liddon hhown his facesiuce the beginning of I the Atuerlcrns think that some punishment I number of their scholars to take part V &i
Ocala his brothers ll\ A'
visiting I'
Ala. is in ,
the New Year. !should have been inflicted. in this very excellent contest. .. Her cheeks so rare a white was oOi S
'' ;Messr. C. A. and Gus Liddau. I i a' No daisy makes comparison; J !.
The trial has cost the and j ,
While on her way to Dunnellon I county "Editor George" and the Governorship. : '"' Who sees them is undone;
of who about three thousand dollns. I J.; For streaks of red were mingled there e :
Mr. E. H. )Mote Leesburg I state ,
.. Monday, Mrs. fleece Lindsay stopped j Being wellsupplied with brainas :, -
Such as are on; a pear,
----- --
Ocala with his I .
iu wife
i t spent Hunday : over in Ocala to spend the day with announced the I. .tfl
by Peusacola Jouruol a: The side that's next the sun,
j afternoon for Jacksonville. The Vegetable Kin? I
jeft Miss Lela Barnes. what *
I boots:: it if "Editor Ueorge, I
1 i I J. R. Easterling of ;Martin[ was! at :; Her lips were red; and one was thin,
or any other editor, hay big or littlefeet" ,
lion. Frank Clark delivered a splendid the Oeala House Friday. Mr.( .: Cvmpar'd to that was next her Cain. j/
f UT. L. I..' Mejrgs/ prominent rner- tribute to Gen. Lee before, the ;I There is going to be such: a t Some bee had stung it newly'r; '"
Easterling is member of the firm of .
I rot harmony of good feeling that the ., But Dick, her eyes so guard her tare
naval shoresman of Orange
chant and Unitt-tll
,. << Kirby Smith Chapter of the Eaaterling!: Bros., the most extensive s: I durst no more upon them gaze; jr

,t Springs, was a welcome visitor to this Daughters of the Confederacy at growers of watermelons and cantaloupes governor of Florida: will not be called j.&.; Than on the sun in July. .M"I.t

upon to perform the Killgore act.A .
office Monday.
ti Gainesville Monday.On iu the south. This firm will r
i : Her mouth so small when she does speak, s-..,
Mr. Norwood, of !\t: 'berr ', S. C., I plant about eight hundred acres of China Wedding.On > Thou 'dst swear her teeth her words did breaks s

'Who has been the /guest of Mr. E. L.McIntOfth Tuesday afternoon January 27, 'j I cantaloupes at Martin in this I the afternoon of January 14, &* That they might; passage get;
the l ladies of the Episcopal church. But she so handled still the matter "
for several clays left Monday county, and several hundred acres 1903 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Drigauce; delightfully &t.: They came as good us ours, or better, ,!
will give a "silver tea" at the homeof ,
o.n a visit to Palm 1'each. I near Miami. They furnish employment entertained a number of t. And are not spent a whit. I.If
Mrs. B. A. Weather A cordial a,'
I to several hundred men every friends and relatives it being their CrAAititAt4itAAAatAA lAat'4AatAit litd4RAAAitA+tAAA444A41itA RiiirAil4it'.
invitation is extended to all of the I
Mr. A. IL Toph issettingouttwenty year, and have made a great success! twentieth marriage anniversary.Mr. I -----
ladies nf the Episcopal, church and .
four water oaks in the lot in the rear and Mrs. I
of the IJrigance
other churches to attend this tea. out industry.Mr. were mar- Newspaper Changes in Jacksonville i At the Ocala House.

or the Montezuma hotel which will Easterling! says that Easterling ried near Montgomery in Montgomery (itO. W. Wibon; president and edi- Among the prominent arrivals at

make a decided improvement.Hon. Mr.Tom Stevens, who has acceptably Bros., Lave one hundred and fifty county, Alabama by Rsv. G. W. tor-in-chief of the Florid s Times.l'Ilion the above hotel Monday we noted
--- ---
Frank Biniontou, of Tampa, filled the position of managerfor acres planted: in tomnoesjust south Orme. and Citizen, one of the leading dailiesin the following: Christain Ax, Baltimore

is suing the Tampa: Times for ::;.OOO Mr. J. 1<'. Edwards', properties in'' of Miami; .that the crop is now The next year they moved to Florida the south, has sold all of his stockin ; T. A. Jennings, Savannah IJ.

damages, which he thinks he sustained this city for some time past, will return ripening and shipments will begin and for the past twelve years have the Industrial Record Publishing K. Thrower, jr.. Gainesville; C. M.

from a recent utterance ot that !I to Gainesville on the first of in about ten days. resided in their home in Ocala. On Co., to the publishers of the Scott, Kennett Square, Pa. ; E. P. De-

paper. February and take up his old position The firm is also anticipating a this pleasant occasion the guests were Weekly Industrial Record, a Lowe, St. Louis! ; H. W. Dexter, A lit

with the First National bank of that larger cantaloup yield thii year than received in the parlor where they naval stores, lumber and timber lauta; Mrs. R J. IJvaN, Jacksonville.!
P. H. lluhl, city editor of the Gainesville -
ij city. ever. by the winsome hostess", ", and warm trade journal of wide circulation -
News, was assaulted Sunday by I I
I \\'e are requested to announce that cordiality of the host, were made to and influence, and of the LOOK OUTFor
a lynotype operator by the name of The John McCarthy Store Sold. II
the first quarterly: conference of the forget that twenty years had added a Florida Grocer, the recognized expo.
j tiaul who indicted upon him an ugly
it: new year of the Cotton Plant district The John McCarthy Store is among care to either.At nent of the retail trade in Florida. A
t knife wound.Mr. I
.. will tie held at Ht. John's Methodist tho oldest institutions of Ocala. Its the appointed hour the guests big block of stock of the Industrial Colds-La Grippe !

C. I. Grate, of Marttl, who last church next Saturday and Sunday. founder came to this city something repaired to the beautifully decorated Record Co. H now held by leading Protect yourself and don't trust to

week went to Live Oak to more than twenty years agoaud opened dining room, where a delicious! dinner
up secure The new presiding' elder, Rev. Cole, naval: storesmen, whose purpose Providence. Considering the harm

location for his: saw mill, returned will be, present and conduct the con- a small bu-iue3 where the abstract was most daintily r\'ed. while soft ia to make this I trade journal the done, "neglect" before and after taking .

Saturday, and says Marion county i.i ference.J. office is now located. His business lights shed a welcoming glow upon strongest in the southeast a cold is a physical crime. You way

under-hi.- prevent a cold, or, if too late, you can
for him. grew management until at. the assemblage. _
good enough A. Goodwin, city ticket agent of As an evidence of their purpose to insure yourself against; the "after cf-
the time of his death it was one of Among those present were Mr. and
the A. C. L., departed Tuesday for greatly improve the publications! they ects," for there is the greatest dacger,
; Rev. and Mrs. J. L. White who the largest iu the city, notwithstanding Mrs. L. L. Akin, of
Heidtville par. have made such Dr. Ilarter's Iron Tonic. Few
Greensboro, Ga., where, with Mrs. a tempting oiler that by using
Lave been spending the past week in Goodwin, he will spend a few days. the fact that he had a most peculiar cuts of Mr?. Brigance; Mr. Joe Akin, Jas. A. Holloman, a large stocklioliler) die from Colds or la Grippe, or Ca-

Ocala l and vicinity, left Monday for method of doing business. He of Ulitchton ; Mrs. W. W. Mann, of has tendered his resignation tarrh. They die of the after effects.
During Mr. Goodwill's absence, C. C. a> night
their home in )Macon da., where Dr. These! diseases all weaken, and to a
never kept books and his stock of York Mrs. Frank Stalworth of Atlanta
uf the Florida Times
relief for the Union and
Ayer, of Ocala, agent A. weakened body come flocking a hoot of
White i is pastor! of the First; Baptist merchandise was a singular Ga Mr. and Mrs Andrew
; ; Rri-
C. L., will have charge of the otllc .- C'luz-ii, toteccvpt the position of editor diseases that fasten on weak lungs,

church. Gainesville News.At everything apparently being without gance, of Lexington: Ky.: Tho:;eof und general manager of the Industrial heart, stomach, kidneys and Other

Among the prominent arrivals at system or order. He was another Ocala: were Mrs. Spellman, Mrs. W. Record Publi-ning Company's weak parts that we seldom think of.

the Montezuma hotel Monday were a meeting of the Marion County John Conl '. Cle't'landIr, George Carmichael, publications.Mr. The easiest and Lest thing to do la to

Hospital Association Tuesday, Dr. Since the death of Mr. McCarthy Mrs. Leavengood and Mrs. fortify the system so that you will not
R. )McEachereu W. McCormick, Single- Holloman is one of the beat andhighest catch Cold, but if too late to do that,
"'. Y. Newborn was re-elected president Bullock has administered .
Judge the
Jacksonville; G. A.lVtteway, LeRoy; tary. salaried young newspaperman then you must: fee that no lasting; injury -

L. S. Petteway, Gabriella; R. E. Xiel, Dr. W. II. Powers, vice president estate, and tile freeze, bank failures The afternoon was pleasantly' spent in the !south! with long experience is done. Medical authorities all

Reevesland.Maj. Ben Rheiuauer treasurer; C. L. and other calamities was of course a and all presentvMied the happy as Washington; correspondentand agree that iron is lighting clement

----- ---- Bittenger secretary! and Drs. D. M. a great shock to the business. But it couple many years of joy and con magazine editor. Under his efli- the blood enabling the system not onlyto
ward off disease, but to fight it after
IL A. IJurford, Mr. H. A. Bur- Smith, J. M. Thompson, A. L. Izlar held together fairly well. tentment. cient management: thin ,
9 great ;-} can p. it has obtained a foot
ford It. A. Kurford,jr., and) Col. J. K. and Van Hood, directors. Tuesday the entire &t,>ck was toldto )Ir. and :Mrs.: Brigance were the be expected of these already popular p hold.

. w Murphree, returned Monday from a the Kiblt-r Bros., of Duunellon and recipients! of a number of useful and trade journals.The ,
{ We regret that: our good Brother Dr. HARTER'SIRON
}. fishing trip to Crystal River. While M: now being, moved to that place. beautiful presents. Record properties are considered -
Carpenter while proceeding joyou.lythe
there they were the guests of Mrs. This:: removes from our iuidt one ftiuony the tit TONIC
newspaper -
other night on his way to Paradise A Rival I'rop.rtit'8
, Mary Williams-Allen. of ourolde.t merchanlile landmark. bJ Request. in the south. They have been is just the remedy needed, at it supplies
fell in a ditch and came
very The above is the name of a play
The price obtained was entirely built to this the blood directly with the iron it
up point by the able and
The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store i is near missing his destination alto.
that will tie presented at the Marion
satisfactory to the l parties at i-sue. conservative requires to combat Cold or La Grippe.
putting in a very handsome new soda gether. When he starts out for the opera house some time in February.The managem n: of Mes.r. Take it before during, or after. If

fountain and has had the store newly real paradise presided over by the genuine :e fm YS-::: h Cre: exact date will be announced.The Wilson; &: Hollomon, who have teen taken in time, it will prevent ; if taken

other .St. Peter he will June for ever a year the joint owners. during, it will shorten the course ; if
papered and i is making: improve we hope by local applications as:: theycannotreach play will be l'reent.J by home
Mr. Hollomon ii:: iu close touch with taken after, it will prevent all bad afU r
ments. The store will present a very better luck.J. I the diseased: : portions of the ear. talent for the benefit of the Ocala

handsome in few There is oniy one to deafness the trades represented by the publications effects.
a cure
appearance tl1)'' way Library and will no doubt be a great Women benefited ly
are especially
F. Sherwood the former editor and that is by constitutional of the company, being secretary
success. Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, as they seem to
) H. White, of Cleveland, 0., and proprietor The Chronicle, has remedies. Deafness is caused by an of the Florida Retail Grocer's
suffer from the weakness of Colds and
president of the White Sewing Machine purchased the Live Oak Democrat at inflamed condition of the mucous lining Aaron Thrilling Dead. I I Association, also of the Turpentine La Grippe longer than men, and they
of the Eu-tachiau Tube. WhenI
Company panned through Ot'ala Live Oak, paying for same 53,300. Aaron Thrilling, son' of :Solomon Operator's ociation. .He will take are particularly susceptible' to the action
this tube i is inllarned have rumb-
Monday en route from Panaseffkee to Mr. Sherwood left here on Monday togo I ling sound or imperfect you hearing, and Thrilling, died in this city Saturday I,I charge of the atl.iirs of the Record of a LIool builder such a* thia j U.
t 1
Citra, where he will spend several and take charge and no doult when it is entirely closed Deafness is night and was interred in the Jewish Co. at once. W. 31. BALL FOR SALE EVERYWHERE

days, Mr. White has large interests will make it one of the Lest papers I the result and unless the inflammation cemetery Sunday afternoon. Deceased ------- -

in Florida and spends his winters in ever published in that county.-Citrus can be taken out ant] this tube restored was thirty three years of age. He Lumber Men to Meet in Ocala If You Have Anything
to its normal condition, hear- In the Line of .
this state. County Chroniole. was born in Micanopy but moved to The Georgia Saw Mill Association F
ing will be destroyed forever; nine ,
-- ------- cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh this city in 1S7C and has made Ooali which I f PAINTING OR CILSOMINING!
: comprises nearly all of the
Mr. Ed Wartruituu, of
was iu Ocala and deal of interest in the men in Georgia and Florida
Monday expectedto a great of the mucous surfaces. I To be executed on short notice it

join the, delegates to the Grand Buck range coupon contest, which is We will give One Hundred Dollars Nine O'clock German Club. I I will hold their annuaj! meeting in I will pay you to see me before placing
your contract. ,
J.oJll're! but was detained on account beingadvertisedin the Ocala Daily for any case of Deafness (caused by The Nine O'clock German Club\vill': Ocala February 5. It is an important

of the arrival of the good roads Banner. The etove which will be catarrh) that cannot be cured by give the second of their delightful gathering and a large I PRICES REASONABLE
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars number of GUARANTEED
machinery and together with Mr. given i away is a perfect gem and the ; free.F. cotillions at the Ocala house on Fri- I:, delegates will be present Ocala is SATISFACTION a aB.

I Allan: Rodgers superintended the one winning will be a most fortunate day evening, January 31. '
Honored with this
l J. CHEXEY .t Co., Toledo, 0. convention by virtue \V. HRAYBILL( Ocala
unpacking! of the same. He left Tues little girl. The stove i* on exhibi- Sold by Druggists: : 75c. ] The German will be lead by Mr. E. of the fact that it is the center of ,

day night for the Grand Lodge. tion in Master's: store window. Hall's Family Pills: are the best: T. Helvenstou and Mr. 6. E. Hiller. this great industry. Also Nurseries.agent for Grilling Brothers.711.6m Pomona .

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SOUTH CAROLINA TRAGEDY. -- I Flowers in February. > r\

} heel Smoot has jut been l elected a Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall Describes'I. The Virginia Presi Association i is

United States senator from Utah.It Gotham in Winter-The Gay Cityis coming to Florida for its annual jaunt J.
\\'eobjeet t<> the way the leading
i is said! thfltt-tlorts will be made a World in Itself and the probabilities:: are that the ex-
northern newspapers: treat the South
against: hU being seated because SEW YORK:, Jan 20, l'J03.! curaioni-tsare: to spend part of a day
Carolina tragedy.Their .
theorecticahy the Elder i-t a poly- To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. at least in Jacksonville as the guest of
comments are unfair and I Thai rut |irii> sale i u
gamist.bprakinKin. Via telepathy I Hash pleasant the Hoard of Trade. I S 1.\nJl 11llitsiitll'.4i.
unjust! to the south as a section.
his own behalf Mr. Heedtimootsajs thoughts to friends and relatives in The Virginia editors are to leave I IHkhmond ["un in proCrr'..... hitiorulif
If a majority of the press and the
a : my native little inland city. by the Seaboard Air Lineon paic4uill ho
people of thU section justified a,,-\;.a.:M- I
"I am not a pnlygaraM. As a since my last letter we have hid: Feb 0, and will arrive in Jack- m- in fore again liorllj, \

nation and murder, then the comments Mormon and as an apostle I 'have ",><> KII.I .You.: .
many very agreeable experiences in ville on the following day. Their
of those newspapers would IIP never been a..ked to practice polygamy IVc lute the best l line of
this is to proceed to Tamp and to
great bustling,throbbing metropolis plan :
lJiV II ITS in Ocala.uul .
entirely on runtime*. IIr preach it or advise others
which is the center of art and the Manatee River section and returnto ,
practice it. If I am elected senator ; : at 1,01101 I r!< <*..
nut! when these occurrences are
my first duty will be to my country, fa hion. The pleasant yuletide; hap Jacksonville, making that head. U..J.C'II\.UHJUS:
rut with instant denunciation by the
whose laws and institutions I love, py New Year, snow storms; sleigh quarters. aud from there uiakiiln>rl SHOI; con: TA.VY.: \
southern press, which i'H supped I
honor aud res-peel. rides; coasting visits to the great trips to other parts of the state. .I

voice southern! public opinion, the I5eiug an administration republican -
meustum of art; the opera; services
comments such [Jarer1luthe World, Elder Siuoot may be treated better An Experiment Worth the Trial.
iu the large cathedrals a stroll through
Tribune and Sun, as if they were apart the !')'Ij
than was the democratic congressman Sacred Heart Convent; collecthos, During year just past : persons

of the training and inheritance elected from that state tome have died in England leaving ,
pitals; ; the Morgue; Tombs; stock .
of our people, show a sectional and time ago, and be permitted to enjoy estates! valued at more than >iUO.,
Exchange, large factories; excursions AA
narrow: range of thought that neither the honors and emoluments of his each. The amazing fact th'ttsix of
to the Statue of Liberty and
speaks well for their intelligence or oflice. them were over ninety, that fifty had
Greenwood Cemetery : and daily visitsto -
patriotism H, indeed, a species of Speaking of Elder Pmoot brings up passed eighty years and that the -- -- -.
the large trade palaces! 10 listen to
l'harHam that I* not at all credita of of all was seventy three
the subject plural marriages. ench anting music and incidentally to average yearsis

ble. \\'e are told that until very recentlythe view the elaborate manifestations of taken to mean that wealth is decidedly J. el. P1TTMAN & SON

Iversiuce we can remember there Shah of Persia enjoyed the estatic favorable to health and lon- .
importations, has teen the routineof .
have: been murders occurring in the distinction of possessing -eYenteenhundre.l gevity. j.FURNITURE
rapturous days.
northern states-some by poisoning, wives.Whew .
The advance spring styles have Schoeflm Hard
Henry in Lines.
{ sandbagging, etc., generally most: I
been displayed in endless profusion The
above named
wutleman for-
cold, calculating and cowardly, but as One thousand more than Solomon.If ,
for several weeks. It does not look
merly a citizen of Ocala but who
they are not justified condoned by
the Shah should call on only one
like the eternal fitness things to seethe
the northern press and people, the wife a day lIe would be nearly five now conducts a cigar, fruit and confectionery FOREVERYBODY
airy, fairy, much-hetirilled lingerie
southern newspapers do not treat iu the circuit.If establishment in Tampa, is
years completing
and exquisite! importations in an "easy thin for the quick fingered !
them as the national outgrowth of a he should decree to ascend his
dainty morsselin and silk bodices and
and civilization fraternity of that city, says the
training peculiar to throne aud hare a state parade of Lis
elaborate evening gowns with beautiful -
that section. Tampa Tribune. His ptore was recently -
wives, traveling At the rate of one a Chiffoniers; Side ItoariNIi
lully chitTon accessories in the Lemigr*
ThEuorthE'rn has fallen broken into twice in one week! Ski 14t' '
into :
press minute, the procession would be three lloelciug ( .. Tabta.
the very ugly- habit of hitting the their shuts windows, while the thermometer and he sustained a loss of jlO the first Beds tauttl. Metric (.**...
days in parsing majesty.The
south below the belt whenever an Shah has concluded stands at zero outside, and every- time and !;> the second time. In gist :aujtliiii in the furniture Iii:.. dull yon remit "t'lun\

suddenly one is muffled up to their tars in it. (ihc 11-. a call and he (.OInhu.(....

opportunity offer, and are alwayson that he had too raueh of a good thing Newspaper Pleasantries.
heavy fur Old
Bazar Stand. Corner Ft. King and
the alert for the opportunity. and rid himself of sixteen hundred The Jack"ion'illeIt'trol'olb Magnolia St.
A Lunch of ribbon roses or violets sajsthat
The war is over and the uorthrrnpref'S OCALA -
and forty. added to the streeteoMumeorevening Frank Harris would really makean FLORIDA

! should stop its nonsense.REAL ; He has left. Five for each
sixty excellent
I gown is the smartest novelty. They governor. We confidentially -"R----- I"
month in the Ytlr. thought that the Jacksonville -
RICHES. resemble the real flow ers so closely one

i And this is to what Persia ha descended is tempted to inhale their perfume. daily would support the Goal J .LS.sas5'55151S-ta15'55S515S5555L 55551 SBasuaqig

-the land; of Cyrus, Xerxes, statesman at the proper time, and it THE FAVORITE
Those who SHOW
Bret Harte, brilliant as he was, left always spent their COMING TO OCALA FOR ONE DAY
Phillip, Alexander and Zoroaster! lords the Tribune great gratification
no money at his death, but left the winters in the sunny southland cannot I i ONLY, FRIDAY, JANUARY -30th.

world vastly richer than he found it. realize the joy and felicity of a sleigh to welcome the Metropolis in the tall 1'akithe i liiMre.i tu e om, huUKa!>> L 'ii-auJ !1'ivttv I.f'le !l'"i.-
By virtue of his industry and his Tampa Ahead. rids in Central Park, New York, in Harris column.. Tampa. Tribune.Mr. .
The record of 11)02 gives Port Tampathe -----
genius he left his impress) upon !his midwinter'rlipped in fur robes
largest shipments of any Florida Karl Weihe entertained a few-
generation which may be fruitfully and comfortably eusconsed in sleigh 1 f .I l 19 S
port, the total for the yea amountingto friends very pleasantly Wednesday ; L 2W tfats.4tU tAL iu itfit .At!)
garnered as the centuries come and gorgeously painted in crimson aud t t tLt.tefltfD FslA X1708E7tiDh1 T a_
404,471 tons, of which 323,938!; tons night, the occasion being his twenty
go. gold and drawn by black prancing
were land pebble and 80,513 tons bard first birtnday. The editor of this
Oliver GoUUiuilh at hia death was bleeds, with harness studded with
rock. The prominent companies paper returns thanks to Mr. Weihe 4R
m in in an estate, but what a mighty jingling bells, we glided almost as 'r ktltPti; lbt'ptl
dhipniug,! from fort Tampa are all for a box of very delicious birthday i rflQtilSof
contribution was! his to the English: swiftly as\ the wind over beautiful
supplied with the most modern conveniences cateand also some of the wedding
speaking people. landscapes, picturesque bridges that
for mining, and the workof cake of Mr. and Mrs. Eneas McPar-
He beautified an 1 enriched the spanned the little lakes, und velvety:
the past jear shows an output laud, who were married on the
English laugu.tge. lawns, amid the tall trees, graceful
greater than any in the history of the fourteenth. ,
And poor Sam Johnson lived and !shrubbery! and rare blooming plants !J' .
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industry in the pebble section. Of t'
died in a garret.: that were eO attractive a few weeks Judge tewart seems to tie having a
the various companies engaged in
And thakeppeare? the anointed ago iu their autumn tints, but now hard time in Tampa. lIe was imprisoned
shipping from Poit Tumpa, the Palmetto
king of English literature, was no looked as if they had been draped in it will remembered by the
ht ,
Phosphate Co. heads the list, A'i Mi I hq '. -5 : .e4.1_
; #'
:7 gl
Creobus nor Rockefeller, and yet blot with the unprecedented amount of a mantle of ermine. Every little criminal judge of that city, sued outa 0

out the "bard of'ou"' from the snow.laden bush and twit glistenedin writ of habeas but a
cOTl us was re- h
136,867( tons; the Prairie Phosphate r
human race, aud what a mighty Co. the sunlight like myriads sparkling manded to jail, the judge holding; .J L'"r\4'\ titt4 Dt I4rio j%
63,742: tOll; the Land l'.bLlePho.phate 3
r E11ffAlS
i _
chasm would be left in the's : gems. that he had ot purged himself of the IF7s'1f
0to, ,:!>> tons, and the
: literature, and its literature is its Florida The happy throng in this fa&hionab'e contempt, It is believed, however,
& Engineering PhosphateCo.
,(. chiefest blessing. rendezvou were in their most joyous that he will take the oath and testifyin ;she 1: uo ltosr + l
32,216 tons, while other companies ,t n >, trDnsvr, 1 6
True, it is not "all gold that glitters"but mood, with glowing cheeks they! Weightnovel case Monday and f. 1r cj
were generally taxed to their full
there are some things that sometimes nodded gaily as: they dashed by be released.
capa'ity in handling land pebble. j
glitters that are better than merrily singing the little melody: -
Manufacturers' Record. Mr. L. J. 1'rurnby has again entered
gold. "Jingle:,jingle jingle on we go. oi
Caps and bonnets white <*ith snow, the journalistic field, this time as J Jt
Placed beside tie: great ac ors of the i
Arbor Day Proclamation. merrily we glide along publisher at Ocala of the Florida
world, its statesmen and its soldier!' ;" With a burst o( happy song," etc. gri/t2 FAN M _! y tiH' ACR05
Governor Fruit and Truck Grower RS TGOUDtOf GOAT 3J
Jennings has issued the a monthly
-I the great authors of the world; the When in Home, do as Romans do;"
following proclamation, naming ;Fri- likewise journal devoted to Florida's agricul-
great poets of the world; the great when in (Gotham, do as the

inventors and scientists o! the world day, February 6, as Arbor Day in New Yorkers do. Here the children tural interests. The subscription

; Florida: price i is only ?l a year, but the paler
do the sordid dollars! of Creosus x with their sisters and their OOUMUSaud tJi!

big or little appear 'I "To the people of Florida: In cornllLmee their: aunts and their grandmothers will be worth much more than that J

'- with the u-susage; and custom with silver threads! among to the interests which it will advo-

What Happened to a Man Who Lied. established, and hearty cooperationwith their tresses, coast down the hill in cate. Mr. Brumby has our best wish

A Vienna! paper prints the following the department of education, I, ecstatic joy. es.-Punta Gorda Herald. 11 ati

which itsaysoceured at Moscow I : William S. Jennings, governor of the Only innate modesty prevents your The Ocala Banner thinks: no inland .

.\ merchant's widow demanded the state of Florida, do hereby designateand correspondent from sending a snapshot town in Florida can grow into a city #

payment of a debt of $12,00<> which set apart :Friday, the 6th day that was taken while coasting, to 80 long as present discriminations in //A\p

of February, A. I). 1D03: as: Arbor
to be
her used
husband had lent his at trier. among the cartoons of the freight rates in favor of the seaports

The partner came to see the widow Day. I recommend that appropriateand Sunday: edition of the Ocala liauuer. exi t. If there are such discriminations

auJ assured her that he had repaid esercisea OB held in This! afternoon we revisited the our railroad commi-sioii need w' ( i, i til rnrlttIIlH 1 atll' '
already the money during her hus- our colleges and public tehools, and Metropolitan Museum of Art which not be idle because of the voluntary d iron r _
that a part of the day be devoted W Il04it{ a .
has 'H.A
ban 's lifetime. been greatly enlarged to alntHL ': '
accommodate reduction in passenger! fare. Let the .nUnG xnvEnis Efirr.1llutl ltr !'CtigfY,
The widow refused planting trees, shrubs, vines and the treasures that have C r4 1tp ilfIu
: to believe him, many members of the commission address

whereupon the partner knelt in frontof Voters in public parks and upon the been recently donated. themselves to the talk of correcting b (e,MGED.REiNn Rr .

a picture of the Virgin. Mary hanging school grounds; and that all teachers As we wandered through the long the evil of which the Ocala editor I L i / ,CIF %__ it fTG Dt1dY itEYWO {' ,:

in the room, and swore a solemn and pupils be given the fullest oppor corridors and brilliantly lighted art complains.-':Stark Telegraph. tarurts lq 09tl Oil MIA9 Watts ta'M 3

oath tunity to participate in the ornament- chambers with their iuCt '44
that he had
repaid the money to priceless treasures 0 '9 fgtlG

her husband. ing of grounds and the prepetuation so admirably arranged, of everything While public announcement has t \ G

Scarcely had he uttered the oath of the day. in music, art and science, from not been made, it has been informally

when he right arm, which he had "In testimony whereof, I have the earliest: history to the present day, published that Division Trainmaster

Wretched up toward heaven: became hereunto set my hand awl caused:! the we felt as if we had taken a deep J. B. Cutler of the Atlantic Coat f
13 i r.aDt? o u Mti 4 L
paralyzed. .great seal of the state to be affixed. draught from the fountain of knowl Line, with headquarters in this city, 9+5 ._ % 1

"Done at the city of Tallahassee, has tendered his atfT l TNI
Several weeks have elapsed since edge. resignation, to take

this occurence, but the perjurer's this the 14th day of January, in the Here Jhfl student, the connoisseuror *-ff*t February 1. Mr. Cutler will be

right arm hangs helpless at his side, year of our Lord one thousand nine the diileltante may study the time, succeeded! by C. W. Parhain, at present

hundred and three, and of the Independence place and history of each exhibit train
and the doctors say that he has lost and dispatcher, and & general .
of the United States find a wealth of knowledge that I
the of will
use of it permanently.A promotions follow. It is
one hundred and would take years of travel to acquire.In Acv tltUdtAhT OOKd atrtu a
twenty eighth. understood that Mr. Cutler will engage ,:., tN w !o .D !l 1C4 itA11S '
nobleman is not necessarily: a "W. S. JENNINGS, Governor.By my nest letter I will give anaccount in I
extensively wood
of this "store house of thetJel.utiful. I I
noble man He sometimeis but the Go\"t'ruor-Atte it i. I II'
: "
iu environments and and that bit headquarters
niore'd the pity he U sometimes not U. CUy Crawford ome of the
mOlt wonderful exhibits I will be in Oeala. He ia very popular,

"Secretary of State." which may appeal to the mind of not railroad
only in circles
The Arcadia News is but with
going to install
your many readers and awaken a new
a Jlergenthaler: machine soon The Tallahassee interest in the study of this marvellous everyone here, and the departure of I

and is showing evidence Capital denounces world God has given us, and of the himself and wife will be greatly re- I (,rand, Golden, Glittering; Street Parade at noon. Free thrilling au'
every of the Balloon
grand jury system as bum bug- exciting Ascension and Parachute Jump at 1 and
prosperity. i gery" and wants it abolished. almost incredible works of man. gretted.-Gainesville cor. in Times- ( 7 p. in., rain or shine. Don't inks it.
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t YOU GET UP I Msrion Winning a Reputation.In V'IIt8lrlV'llED !N 1 1I OVER LAND AND SEA. II I ;" ",u ,._, ... j'.. '-, '... -' ......._:..-.,,,...,.,....._. '"O, .,I
I, ..DO Marion county the raising of j I i !\ I i ii I : (1., .'- '. '- .' l.

s WITH A LANE BACK ? hogs has taken a crest step forwardnow i Wireless Stations Mav i I 1\. 0 TI rnIlIDillTI 'I'I
IrtlLEMLLISIONFatal i I Much All the i j \" :
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-' owing to the establisLment I I
Troutlc Makes You Miserable. New York Jan. 22.- \I : : r '
Kllney there of a cold storage' plant, where ; 110th
'- manager for the II
Almost everybody who reads the news- thousands of pounds of pork are being : Accident on the Great egraph company, of 'I .. -- '. : .. hg

. papers U sure to know of the wonderful brought for chilling and curing. Northern Railroad, nounced that work i \ WiX'f eheves the PaIn. i i
: ,L ,, cures by Dr. I It for the installation |
: Kllmer'sS'Namp-Roct. Marion county hams and bacon ara t gun fL',?! ols the Inf1 7J1m3.hoI' I
,' !;:D. i tions capable of j .
the TRAIN IS '
liver LUMBER ;
L l! and great bladder kidney remedy. being placed on the market and will ii i all the world. | / f *8s= ?: -tor"Cures the woundi'fS&h I ;

,. ." ":I l'f It is: the great medi- soon have a reputation on account of Ctrikes Snow Plow With Disastrous: I II "In view of the j ; ....w.,-, r-'J. ,, like I :
I j cal ( \ i :
J ;fu triumph cf the nine- Bottomly "it is ; .
their peculiar excellence.: Results! Cars Being Piled in Heap'Euryirg : :
t "ll tecnth century; discovered ,
r tell all our plans at J :
1 I I'l' after years of With a cold storage plant locatedin Victims Underneath-Crew I but a number of :1
I' ,J scientific research ty:
'"('1'\... .| Dr. Kilmer the e-r.i-.i"n St.; Augustine, and range hogs I Asleep WhEn Crash Came. I II up here very soon. I I ParacaffiphFIRST 6
that I know of !
rent kidnev and bladder with supplementary: feed of ('a..ava, son ;
.:I-._ cpecuLst:; and is Lea vtn worth. Wash., Jan. 22-1 tion cannot be 'I
ccnderfully successful in promptly curing mangel A uriel beet,, velvet! beans and I T\.tkve men dead and as many here and San Francisco .

lame tack, kidney, bladder uric acid trou- other iiand\ \ fat ro.luciug foods, injure is the result of the tail endeollis.t been proved to our and Cures by opening the pores, allowing the 'II
Disease,which n the Great
bles and Bright's worst n that occurred on the wireless messages can
trouble. the sweetest meat on earth could be and Oils to to the of the 1f
form cf kidney Northern 5 miles west of Chiwaukum. the land as well as penetrate source
Dr. Kite for*everything Swamp4 but oct if you I:; have not recommended kidney -- \produced her('. There i is no reason AH i:ura from Skykomish. loaded wittf "We are at present drawing out all Fever and Inflammation. Does

bver or bladder trouble it will be found why tit. Johns county should importa lumber and three cars containing laborer ments to put a number and Scab, but heals without leaving ugly scars.
I need. It has been testedIn ran into a rotary snow plow at points along the
the remedy you With the
of ...-
just pound hog product EVlli Y BOTTLE GAlt.TEED.. d
in hospital: work in private killing: or injuring all of the 25 work to that New York
ways say
$c many .,,,,Bottles.
Sts. ,and ia
tne I rc. sx;
practice, among the hc'pless: too poor to pur- introduction of cold storage problem men. Ten cars are piled up in a heap ly equipped too."

chise relief and has proved so successful in of curing meats in warm countries with nine victime of the wreck still
case that a special arrangement has of the dead
every underneath. The names
been made ty which all readers of this paper has been :!oh'N.11 that is left -.ale It)' .4uli-Mouopoiy Drug tore

who have not already tried it, may have asample to do is to raise the hogs on the range, are not obtainable. I _- -
bottle sent free b, mail also a book The injured are: Was Connected with !
1 telling more about Swamp-Root and how to feed: them occasionally and fatten Charles Dahl back and hip injured. eee .
I bune For Many 5Qe CeeeeSgeOea
fnd out if you have kidney cr bladder trouble. them.-8t.; Augustine Uncord.WANTED Peter Lonoa, cut on back.
When writing mention reading this generous Elsa McCaslin, hip injured b3.dlY.// New York, Jan. 22. I S

offer In this paper and A good blacksmith and James Pierce, head cut. 1 er, for many years I
senJ your address to William Donnelly foot and epine business office of The !

ssr.sjffi! ..."I..!.'..i wheelwright dust be a good horse- jured in'j bune, is dead; ( Mr. I .. A SHIPMENT OF .,
Address A. G.I Gates: Ocala, j work 64 I e
and Sam Benson, hip and spine injur newspaper r
cent nomeots.ampnaot
dollar regular! sizes fifty are sold by all good druggists. Fla, 12Ctf ed. became connected I Columbus g
Calvin Moyer teeth knocked out. In 1861. In June .
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--- I Competitive Examination. I
} Lewis Becker, arm scalded.L. Colorado and became
. Great Benefit t9 Farmers of Florida Hon. C 51 Brown, after E. Adams, back injured, face cut. ers and officers: of the I guggles n

Mr. AV. 0. Haynes, general agent of thou with other : fOUSQ1t\-\\ Daniel Cunningham foot cut, fractured -I In H71 and 1872. he .
clerk of the house of : -- -- tna
the McCormick Harvester Company, called a competitive examination leg 'I 5 r
John Glover, right leg badly bruised. of Colorado.Mr. to get: oiie of there famous Hughes we will soon have
headquarter! at Atlanta, Las recently January :!3, to fill a vacancy in the The engineer, L. E. Adams, and fireman Cooper returned I 'k. M

written 'apt.( F. D. Ponser ft letter Smith FloriJi Military Institute at Becker of the freight escaped of The Tribune in j J 1

>,: from which we make the following Bartow which entitles this county to only by a miracle. The box cars that 1 I connection with that DIE Y & CO, OCALA, FLORIDA

f were used for transporting the crew 3e arg Lfc5: Clieh 1 i his h [ @$ 3 Q
extract."I eoccic
one scholu hip, the said scholarshipcarrying :
were n:xt to the engine with the cars
am just in receipt of the O,ala : with it tuition, board, uniform of lumbar following, and when the In Memory of I -- -- ------- -
Panama Jan. 2:. -- -
UalD11t'r uuder date of the 12th iiiwbichappeardthearticle etc crash came, the lumber telescoped
be box cars l laoded with their human the first anniversary Si SZSZ5252S252 Q 5Z5 S5c r5252
written by As this p p before pointed out, General Carlos Alban
freight, killing and maiming the entire !
i yourself touching the )McCormick this i is a good chance for some bright crew.Only of Panama who was RUBBER STAMP WQSKS |

i niaohlut in General, and especially scholar. two escaped and they were the steamer Lautaro : of Seal-. Rubber SlRiui. Sleueil..luio I jJ

upon the corn harvester and shredder. The examination will thrown bodily into the air, landing 30 battle between the \ .; and SUP..1i4'| "".. Any style 1 made to oriterb'to 1: :ol
competitive feet away upon an embankment. The and those of the ( attention to mail order }Q
Your views along this line are correct be to all the white male harbor of Panama
.. open' studentsof men were In their bunks and asleep { in the city give us a call }:3
and if farmers of your state will turn the county. when the accident occurred. Those were held in all the
bia.% :-.1 Mtiii iret'1 .IncKoomiUc, 1'lflt
: their attention to products such acorn that escaped had little clothing and a

Notice. were nearly chilled to death while ? ? r52.9..52.. 2. 25ZZS
and it will be short
grant! only a
waiting for aid.
time: until your state will be noted The regular anuual meeting/ the A High Compliment .
stockholders of the Port Inlis Ter-
for stock raising. I believe as you do Colonel Deitsch at Death's Door. The writing of
minal will be laM at the
that cultivated grass is much more office of the in Rockwell Cincinnati Jan. 22.-Colonel Philip on political subjects DELOUET
company Deitsch, who has been at the head of
valuable than this wild grass that :Marion county, Florida, on Tuesday, the Cincinnati police! department fora widespread notice. ,

usually follows after the corn crop or February 17th, 190JJ: at 1 o'clock, p. m. quarter of a century, is lying critically writes or speaks Mr.

other binall grainsharvested earlyin RALPH .\RKEU, III of pneumonia at his home.: that commands
--"i retar}'. The absent members of his family. Including HARDWARE.
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the season to Hermit of the undergrowth Telegraph.
Minstrels Coming Under Canvas Jan. Lieutenant Auswell Deitsch,
making a fair hay crop" of the Fifth Infantry. U. S. A., at Fort
uary 29. Leavenworth, have been called to his Notice.

A. O. Allen's Big Original New bedside Ills\ physicians give no hope \r ,;; Farming

Whist Club Entertained. Orleans Minstrels with an avalancheof for his recovery. A pathetic featureof I The regular annual }"fl'I::-- Tools. .

.. Wednesday afternoon Mrs:: Morgan the case 13 that Mrs. Deitsch is I stockholders of the
brilliant, new attractions under will
; C. Looney entertained very delightfully herself almost at the point of death phate Company Ready Mixed
his mammoth, new canvas theater, and Is kept in Ignorance of her husband's oiVice of the ( .
the Married ladies' Whist club -
4,1 Paints Etc.
chaste and elegant in conception, condition. Marion county,
.t Mrs. William Anderson' on FortKinij February 17th, 1903!} at
moral and refined in tone, unparalleled
avenue. Sixteen ladies were TRUE TO HIS TRUST. ItALl'II
in daring exploits, electrical in
.; present and progressive. whist was ",...,-....=.<.111;= "' """ ,,' --=- ,.. "" "
thrilling features. Containing the Dying Agent John Taylor Refused to
enjoyed for an hour or so, after which .
Delay Mail Delivery.
grt'atest'nriel ever presented byany
refreshments were most charmingly WHkesbarre. Pa., Jan. 22,-Unconscious
snow. The funniest comedians Old Harvest
hia'eted & Co.
.a+ served by the hoatcsa: aviated:: ; l1y1 r", in with his hands U88"
'U, Anderson the moat: laughable piut<'uuiues, the tlerched on the reins, John M. Taylor, North

most adroit and graceful pastimes for many years mail agent for the
,. Irish Lane and Shfckt>hinny, was carried -
, Georgia Minstrels. presented by many acknowledged along his route by his horses yes i{ MONTEZUMA' EXCHANGE } .

Don't make the mistake of the old leading colored performers, known to terday.lie CORN

proverb. "Don't wait until the horses the minstrel world. Owing to the died so"n after being found. He
was: stricken with palsy at Shiekshin- Wholesale Dealers inHISKIES.
( stolen before putting a lock on the large seating capacity of his tent the ny and refused despite the severe cold Is the very best

stable door." Don't wait until after price of adlDis ion i is placed! at 15 and weather, to delay his mail delivery
is genuinely old.
Saturday January :Nth, which:: the :; cents. and. half conscious started over the
---- mountains. teed five years:
date of Richards & Pringle's Famous .
For Sale at a Bargain. void of fusel oil.

Georgia Minstrels, and then say, Iahh PALMIST FORETOLD DEATH.
Lauds belonging to a non-rs."ident ,
; I had goue, as everybody said it !'.r.u"e"lt'1oa'JnC.: "'''''''''' "' "," jBrraay a ga fT'ap '
situated near beautiful Lake Weir,
Laughed at Prediction but
Awarded Gold i
was great. Go and buy your ticket liz

right now and be right. All the good Southwest: quarter of southwest Easton: Pa.Same, Jan.Came 22.-True Samuel, Hinck- 1898 as STRAUSS'!U "ROm RESERVE"Full [

things in will be nerved in quarter section "S. township 16, range line, a wealthy truck farmer residingat |

23-40 acres.Southwest. Itoxbury; N. J., had his fortune toil: Quart, SI.OO
a palatable! manner. The parade will i
quarter of southeast by a woman yesterday.She .

beat 11 a. m. quarter section 30 township! 16, range predicted that Hinckline would It has that old
dIo before 9 o'clock at night. lIe went )
1'4! -40 ttcrre. I that a judge of
New Members. home and told his wife what the palmist
East half of northeast quarter section I Carolina Corn \
:\Iejrl. X. W. Hariwn, A. E. Delo II*;, township:: 17, range 23-SO Bad said. They had a good laugh
over the matter and thought no more ciates.
uest, Baxter Cam, Josiah Yarn, 11. It. acres.
about 1L At 8:45 o'clock Hiacklma
'arroll and :\Mitchell, of the Mon- East ballot northwest quarter: sec- fell over dead
Sl.OO $
tiou 2, township 17, range 24-SO acres. per ;
tezuiua Hotel, enrolled themselves
Apply to W. T. GARY, Agent, 250 New Coke Ovens. full quarts-Full COMPLETEPRICE
as! members of the Ocala board of 1- 3-2t Ocala, Florida. Birmingham, Ala, Jan. 22.--The Ocala.

id trade at the meetmgWeduesday Empire Coal and Coke Company is

.... There's a story of a farmer and his erecting 250 new coke ovens at Em. LISTSENT -

The "Three Kids." son driving a load to market, Of the pire. In Walker county on tho 'Frisco STRAUSS & CO.
.. I
;; system. A. J. Reilly has the con
'J. STAKKES FEKKY, Jan. 16, 19U3. team they were driving one was a tract to build the ovens and he j* to I I ON APPLICATION
reliable old and the'
To the I'ditorofthe Ocala Banner steady, gray mare
i3f Dush the work to com 1ction. for Ocala
The new and beautiful side-wheel other a fractious, balky black hof!-{'. a

Ou the the stalled
I way wagon was
steamer, 3 Kills! owned and commanded
and the black horse sulked and refused I
by Capt. W. B. Baker passed
to pull. "What'll we do father?

here on her way to Lake Eustis. She said the young man. "Well," said

'\: is well arranged and licensed to carry the father, "I guess we'll have to lay SeRA !

the gad the old That homely
evenly-live: pa=sengers. Tbe Captain on gray. -

,. and family were aboard, making with l compliment to women, "The gray "
mare U the better horse," suggestshow STRAUSS'! 11 1
the crew about fifteen in number.
often when there's an extra strain ,y. P. Biset of Birmingham. Ala., will be

The skilful pilot, Mr. Harris, carried to be borne it is laid on the woman's Full Quart, $1.50.
a few weeks buying upScrap
:I her through the opening of the bridge back. How often she breaks down at

i: without touching being detained a last under the added weight of some

"last straw." Women who
are drag-
.' moment. Your humble servant was Iron
ging along wearily through life can
invited to them to Eustis
;4 accompany /gain real strength by the u-e of Dr.

but circumstances prevented. Pierce's Golden! Medical Discovery.It .

Yours hastily but truly, huts back in concentrated form the and & eer

0.0 E. E. strength making material which

--, -- working women use up more rapidly I

The Ocala Bottling Works is a than it can be restored by nature in Metals 1

growing concern. It has had recently the ordinary pro('{>jI of nourishment

and rest. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel-
installed a gas engine, purchased
lets are universal favorites with women -
from the Ocala Foundry and.Machine with headquarters at Mclver & ilackays. !
because they are easy! to take and
Worko, and expects to do a big busi- strongly effective in curing the consequences all of your old cast off iron and junk and bring :

uess the coming season of constipation. Bissett and he will pay you rash for it. ,,e i

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.! DEATH OF EDITOR GONZALES. The Ocala Misdirected Banner Benevol eminently nce. correct -|I''INAUGURATION OF MAMIE DIAMOND QUEEN.She AMERICANS IN! ISLE 1 fIEGOTATIOFISIMPERIL.! : :, 7 1t 1/./

Is Having More Trouble with Her \ Attack on San Carlos Fortress M'I V

After a brave battle for lire Editor in its adverse: criticism u 't nlr.. Stolen Gems. .
Venezuelan Situat nN.
Prolong -
Gouzalesof the Columbia State, wa e"fII-gie'l imauiuaay benevolence i in GOVENOFRAIER Savannah, Ga.. Jan: 21.-Mamie De- I OF PINES P3nTESTi w York Jan. 21.-Tluv.a V ..

compelled to surrender to the (irim thet-stablUhmeut of puMic library. Christ. the queen of diamonds. who has i :: : :timei made f;,'. th- V' V

figured prominently in the couita j eminent won..! :...' haxVti'tzuelan .

Ileaper. Over a year ago the Herald reilecttd: Tennessee's New Executive since she was arrested in the Kimball j Say Cuban Government L vys 1 g- : t'J inde'JUlr:. :.' t i p; .tt;,,:.

From all points of vit'w0 far made upon Mr. Carnegie's': woeful waste of Is Installed. house in Atlanta for stealing diamonds Unjust Taxation aff-i.r i u :>! : ct..!:

public, the attack! made upon him byUeutel1ll1t wealth and his misdirected 1U1InitiI' from Savannah jewelers, is -- had been luhj! ....-'..', .' sa> .. ,

WAS NO POMP OR DISPLAY. having more trouble than that of a SOVEREIGNTY. buna's I/ont.on; di.-i-a" .
(ioveruor Tillman wa:; -nee iu the hope that Jacksonvilleand :
two-year term at the state farm at The most cjecitai.iplaru': : V

deliberate and can only l.e clawed as Tampa would decline his exptnpive Milledgeville. .
Owing to Governor Frazier's Aversionto They Assert that Cuba Is Levying Oppressive the Anglo-Gorman uui.( : n is j

an act (If as"inatiou.: generosity. Ostentation Ceremonies Attending Mamie decided yesterday that she was a substiiut.- tIl'ta..' .
and Unlawful Taxca In
would need certain articles of
)[r. Tillman! :oa.hl},that if GonzaUswai Every one of his libraries adds to person o(,rtl partnership i:. l.a-t: .V
Inauguration Were Modest and al adornment at the farm, so she of Pines and Spending Proceed In which he ministers v. Tn
not armed he J-hould} hLH?n. the public burden and not one citizenin Simple-McMillin Delivers Address. wrote E. S. Thonnessen her former
Island:: cf Cuba. ed to reveal

I Why, in a community likw Colum. ten will avail himself of the advantages employer demanding that he deliver It seemed a safe':1.! .' rtr.: 'V.V '
Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 21.-The in them and threatening him with the New York, Jan. 21.-Three hundred
Lia, imbued with all the civilizing! they offer. Not only this, the Washington gi; tir'! : "nt .., :
auguration of Governor-elect Fiazier law
unless complied.
American owners ,
citizens, ,
objected to the < >:!' -t.' : of T. ;
r and softening influences of the Christian but in these' days of cheap literature took place at noon in the house of Thereupon Mr. Thonnessen entered and residents of the Isle of Pines .
t man debts under tar': ::0 <1 1' !L V
: religion, should a brave man go when one may get a standard workof representatives. There was no military V'a novel suit in a justice court, levyingon says The Herald's Havana correspondent strictions and couiJ i. n V.
parade nor elaborateness in the the stuff claim for $10 loaned
a are preparing resist forcibly,
armed? the English and American classicsfor discriminate aga.n.-t; : L'l.r'Jt--:
ceremonies and the absence of these the woman and $5 that she had abstracted if necessary, any further exercise of '
outside the fff
fort.jn (
\ Mr Gonzaks says the attack upon a nickel, ai public library is not I was due to the aversion of Governor from the tilL He asserted sovereignty there by the Cuban gov that the Washington go1: run.-: :

him wai entirely unprovoked, and needed. Frazier; to everything savoring of pomp that she was about to "abscond." The ernment. .
:sidered England'a a-) :., nt -

all the facts so far a* are made public, The cities that accept Mr. Carnegie's and display. !\ levy was made, and unless Mamie can Formal demand has been made up- in collecting G jrmai.) '.- i V .:m.t.. I V
[ Governor Frazier and Governor Mc- give bond, she will be sold out. on Minister Squiers for the protectiondue .
tear him out in thU statement. called are simply making! i Venezuela a frieiuilj; a or" t' j'
t liberality, Millin entered together. and the retir- i Solicitor General W. W. Osborne to American citizens on American continuance of want .:. ts ( '

The editor of this paper i is now awl an esjredous! mistake. They tax the ing executive delivered a short fare- last night addressed a letter to Superintendent territory and Mr. Squiers is confer- cation by the Gt-rmai. fll.<*< I.k) -

been opposed to violence. institution that voted well address. after an Introduction of Police Reilly saying; that ring with President Palma. '
has always : people to sustain an I tack upon the San ( ir' -> fort ,:.
by Speaker Seay, of the senate. the case of the state against Mamie American residents the island
He thinks that the highet euco- i is not needed and that will not be The oath was administered by Chief DeChrist had terminated and that he on is consistent with 1r.:1} : t.J
they own and more than
4 say occupy of .
nium that can be l' ,ill to civilization: patronized by one person in twenty... Justice Beard, after which Governor V might deliver the 2,000 worth of jewels two-thirds of the land there. They pacific diplomacyIt ...
is considered hz! -oba : (
> ; : '
is the orderly triumph ot the law.Jat If Mr. Carnegie wishes to be truly Frazier delivered his inaugural ad in "his possession to the "rightful assert that the Cuban government islevying that the German ana'--:: i OB r' .
dress. which was brief and devoted owner. thus leaving it to the officerto ,
he i u reminded! by this afiair benevolent, he !should establish public oppressive and unlawful taxes ress of San Carlos! w:'. I.,1t "' V
i chiefly to the necessity for the development determine which might be the right in the Isle of Pines and spending the
what old General Sherman said on homes for aged and in- of the ful long the Venezuelan! tlp.t: V
hospitals, state along educational owners, the defrauded jewelers or proceeds in the island of Cuba. Administration make it
: occasion. "and"ro-opera- and industrial lines.SENSATIONAL the pawnbrokers to whom the jewels more acute
firm schools
one training of justice In the Isle of .
: j: The Daily Chron.;' :> ?->.:-.8 thaf V V
General Grant was mating a ppeet-u I tive manufactories. He miglajfound) were pledged by the woman. Pines is said to be unreliable. ever the real facts rf fnrl: :' r V
DISCOVERY. Superintendnt fleilly construed this I
I The
protesting they
in I says be. there can: be no .!'c'l' "t that t .-
in Cincinnati when some one the. a model city for working men with to mean the jewelers and turned the
have settled in the island with their .
; audience interrupted him by his-,ins cooperative industries, churches, Late ?Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fair Rob I|I >gems over to Teas and to DesBouil- t I families and mean to stay. Before imperiled.cess of the l1 negoUatiuLs; (: : .

r Mierman arose and said: that he schools and hospitals. There aremauy bed of Valuable Personal Effects. Ions investing their money in the purchase

.I;: anted it distinctly [understood that thin that he could do with San Francisco, Jan. 21.-A sensational (| i thle.The It pawnbrokers is said they knew would nothing have secured of I and improvement official of assurances real estate from theyreceived FUNERAL OF COp.Z.ALES.;

: he was opposed to mob\ 1:1out for his:: wealth! that would fromuch diSCO6lwas made, says The 1 an mjujxaton restraining the
Call, when the personal effects pf the' Washington that Ulf Isl" of Pines, was Services at Trinity Church. Cotu'b

the honor of Ohio, he wanted to say greater: public benefactions than free 'late Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Fair arrived superintendent had they known from what taking he this was action about I territory the United State; They I Large Attendance. il:

that if he were a citizen of Cincinnatihe Hbiaries. from Paris a. few days ago. I. refuse to pay further taxes to the I
i 1 to do. I. Columbia, 8. C.. Jan 21.-Tn- :
would be one to headla: party and : In fact, his libraries are simply pullI The magnificent Russian sable coat, Cubans, and ask tnit ,tAP' be taraa- neral of N. G. Gonzales OOtUrr-l :. ?

I. valued at HOMO, which Mrs. Fair bequeathed diately taken to establish a government :
lead that fellow out of the hall and lia burdens btaudiug a? monumentsto YOUTH FATALL.VSI-IOT. in the island American tod l.The.
in her will l to Mrs. Joe Harvey ; au

J down to the Ohio river :andl bold his his want of wisdom and the follyof was gene and a cheap imitation-Io.o | th&rit).. The situation Is becoming services were conducted at t' ,

affair worth While Out Hunting Receives Accidental serious and an pen rupture Is likelyto Trinity church by the Rt. R.v. bo.. .,
head under the water for a period of the towns that accept them.-Punta cot $30. had been substituted -
Gorda Herald. In its place. Mrs. Fair's famous Wound. occur if Presided PaLma sends rue Capers the lif -long friend uOi.o -..
just thirty minutes. Athens Ga.. Jan. 21.-James
Wit zales. at 4 o'clock.
to the Pices
guards Isle! to
pearl necklace of five strings, valued 1 L Lams of enforce
: If we were a citizen of Columbia, at 15000. had been the 15-year-old son of Mrs collection cf taxes. The pallbearers for the funcrgllLonorasyJudge .
t Another Tampa Sensation. tampered with,, Mattie
Williams and a brother-I law
I for the honor of the proud name the and instead of real pearls in the I of T.V.. ; A. G. Hasn.- ., 1 ': ,
Tampa: i is: constantly eprining sensations Roed, business manager of RUSH AGAIN FACES JURY. B. W. Taylor Dr. J. W. Bal.t'U"A, 1'-:
tt state bears, we would be disposed to political and otherwise., Its been set, In cheap their imitation places. gems Numbersof tad I I II The Athens Banner, shot himself fessor IL Means Davis. Audt : .,

give Mr. Tillman the full benefit of articles of I while out hunting. (Is Charged with Embezzling Funds of 1 ford, J. Quitman Marsha:!. C\a t-i 1.lis. 1..
latest is time of jewelry which the Fairs
j'iillug a visiting judge. The
boy was looking for a rabbit L Mississippi. .
William II. Lies Jul:.usV.. ,.
the herwan known
remedy. to have
Judge Stewart, of Volusia county, taken to Europe under a brush teap lIe had his gun Jackson. Miss.. Jan. 21.The cancel I John P. Thomas Jr.; W.e: H 11. "

We believe the tflVct would te was were missing, and their only effects I cocked, and hunched the brush with the state versus Phil A. Rush, the Jr.. and C. Fitzsimons.ctiv .-K.
visiting Tampa on proft'io1a1I :! uhohere! returned \
salutary. I American through the the butt end of the gun with the Senatobia banker, charged with the Hoyt, Jr., E. J. Watson. Roixit! 1...
I business and was summoned to tfti.I consulate in Paris Intact: muzzle !
at his side embezzlement of
and within $100.000 from the tham. William Bank
were Mrs. Fair's F C. W,' :.. -
Newspaper Pleasantries. fy in the Weightnovel case, [now in and Charles chinchilla and minkccats : a few inches of his boay. state trea5Urduring the term of Rob M. C. Wallace. J. J Curr.1.: .

I There is nothing demagogic about Fair's scrafpins. While standing with the gun in this ert Stowers as treasurer has been R.
progress in that city,:lUll upon refusalto The changes were made it is believed Lee Cureton. L. A. H.-.ey: aLi! As..
I Frank Harris. position it fired. The entire load called in Hinds county circuit court er P. Brown
He stands for what he .
do held to be in before the
so was contempt valuables were turnd 1 I wad and
pieces of his
clothing and will probably
passed occupy a week. A The active
conceives: to be right and fights for it over to the American consulate. pallbearers vrtre aI!: I' :
by Judge (Jrahaiu and was sent to through his body on the right side under large number of witnesses have been low-workers with Mr. (IOEZ.I;,
Steps have s 'r.The
with all the ability he posefses. As jail! for a period of thirty day?. locate the lost been articles.taken to attempt to p his arm. summoned among them Governor r State being employed in s n.- .'

.. chief executive in shaping the ends: Judge Stewart immediately! began and Young his Williams fell to the ground I Longino, Auditor Cole and other state the various department of ttu r.en:
of state, deiguingpoliticians:I could habeas STETSON CHANGES WILL The thought he wasdead. officials. paper. Several! merchant H1..o:. at- .
proceedings accident
corpus The
occurred the court room
on was crowded with this morning that all stores fl! .
have no weight with him. He would farm of J. F. Comer, about 2 miles spectators who took great interest in lug the progress of the funeral.< a< u.:
Cuts From It All
to the IF UNWELL. Provisions For University i from the city on the Southern rail the selection of jury and the
carry governor's chair something i a sparring The Knights of Pythias, ot'h:. },

more than: wiuni g ways and a I Try;> o03 bottle of Herbine, notice sf DeLand, Fla. way.Three by the brilliant array cf attorneys Mr. Gonzales was a menber. at-: .:. :

'Mlver the improvement speedily effected in Philadelphia. Jan. 21.-John n: doctors are attending the boy Rush was tried six months ago on ed as a body. This was the ot\\: ,'r

tongue. By all means let'select your Appetite Enegy, Strength, and Stetson a wealthy manufacturer, has i and they say it will be impossible for: the same charge, but the Jury disa ganizatlon to which Mr. Gonzalts! !..e

the "Oc.ila t' itllr" governor of or.rat'h how it brightens the cut from his will provisions for the :, him to U'e.LUMaER greed. He pleads not guilty and seems longed.

the it state of Florida. university of DeLand. Fla.. which bear confident of acquittal this time, but t The funeral
git -Arcadia tbe spirits, gives:: freedom from IOOk- ; was very hurgt! attvu 1

'I Jfews.I ectioii aud Debility his name. This sren followed- rho- HIT.tioa -. MANFACTURERS MEET. District Attorney- HJ-MM.-.- -U i eon- _,lIv ea.

of the board of trustees in confident he will convict
Isaac-Iltory, Ava, Mo., J epi. 10th, exon- Thirteenth Annual
AU Come?to Ocala. I rating the president of the institution at New STATEMENT IS
t 90rt.. "I way in bad health. I hap i; Orleans, La. NEGRO MAKES ASSAULT.
Dr. John F. Forbes !
O'ahad! whoso conduct -
a large delegation of s tomaehe!: trouble for 12 months, aNo i New OrUans. Jan. 21.-The ttir1
had been
under InTe *jgatfon. Venezuelan Customs
Belieview l people on Wednesday of dumb ('hill:". Dr. ::;. W. Mory prt-'!e- "1 certainly shall not aid the an!. 1! teenth annual convention: of the Southern Attempts to Cut White Woman's as a Guarantee.Will' Be Offered

111.". eek. In spite of the cold weather. ibed Herbine it cured me in two versity: longer unde r Ita present raan- .!;: Lumber Manufacturers' association Miami Throat at Miami, Fla. London Jan. 21.-The etatsnVr.that -
Mr. Li htsey drove weeks. I cannot recommend'): it to agement," Mr. Stetson fs quotod aa convened here today. President X. W. Jan. 21.-At 7 oclock Minister Bowen hM Been auth
up carrying '>r
McLeod yesterday Mrs.
of St. evening
highly, it will do all you claim for it". saying. "I changed my will hurrfedly i I presiding and while i ized by President Ctttro
to offer '
; th.
I some: of our heavyweights, as well as \ Secretary George E. Smith crossing tte railroad tracks at Twelfth
J : of the
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. as soon as the action of the tras- Venezuelan customs as a -
same city at the desk. street was assaulted by a burly '
t some of more moderate tize. His tees was taken for ae-
fear that I might the fulfillment of his ,>,
Ji i i; The president's gro who dragged her from her bicycle eountr'igations ,.
J ]load was composed of the following: de before the clauses! providing for : address wasa and carried her l is confirmed. The offrhas -
United States Court. the John B Stetson :: complete eumniary of the Southern some distance up
I" Mr. and Mrs. C. M. French anddaughter university were : j lumber industry during the the track. not yet been accepted but it .-,
The United States District cut out". past year. thought here that It
: court for She made may afforl 'h"-
which together a desperate resistance
t Mr. Henry Beadle and ; with the secretary's
,. he Northern District of Florida metn j, report gave all the detailed and the negro cut her throat. She opportunity! for a withdrawal! of th--
wife, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Austin. FRANCIS COGIN DEAD. !| statistics. blockade. The matter
f will!
he -
These secured the knife and her < rsWereJ :
i Ocala Monday and was regularly j reports stow that the eouth- assailant!
I In a different vehicle with the gentleman '; ern lumber business Is ran away. Sheriff Frock is now after by the European rt'prt'Str.,3
pened by United States Marshal J. Was One of the! Owners of the Augusta : more prosperous tlvps at Washington!
09 the
him with arrival
blOOdhound :
as driver, went Mr. and Mrs. than ever before and that Dr. Jackson
.. P. Horr, and owing to serious illness Ga., Chronicle. age prices are stunp- says she will probably recover. there of Mr. Bowen. A di p tch t"Reuter's <
Doolittle and their guests, Mrs. Bakes Nashua, N. H., Jan. 21.-Francis from year to I Telegram
i in In There is a great deal of company from For:
f Judge Locke's year a remarkably exciteiaeit
adjourned '
Cogin, one of the ; manner. I
and principal of of
MNI! Spain
Bertha Bakes. owners Trinidad
A safe trip Papers here. This is the firet time says nary! 1'"<
were read white
to January :;, 1903. the Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle is dead A. Long. of i. {blockade
I 1 runners have
aud a good time wa* the order of here, aged 82. Kansas City. on the subject of stumpage woman has been assaulted in Mia been rapture I
The jurors, witne-v-es and unfortunates in!. since: th? blockade of the Vent-zu :
; ; J. B. White of ".a-i:
tbin Kansas
Belleview\ Xen s-Letter. Mr. Cogin was a leader in the edu- ; City, on coast began.
; required to again assemble in yellow pine flooring grades
L C.
matters and ; REMARKABLE
was among the ; FATALITY. The reports of friction
j Enochs betw > !'. '
A Big Land Sale. Oi'ala on that day. pioneers of the cotton manufacturing ;i' of Jackson, Miss., on econ-- German and British n t
in u nU officers ar':
only manufacture.
Monday lion. Henry W. Long The jurors and witnesses will receive Industry in Georgia. On his retirement j; Boy Ruptures Blood Vessel While Try. denied.

from active business he came to Ing to Sing High Note.
closed the sale of a large tract of land, their mileage: and one day's perdiem. : PANIC IN CHURCH.Fire .
this city! where he had New
since: resided. York. Jaa. 21.-White emertaln- McG v rn-Cgrbttt Fight

formerly known as the :\far..hallllanution _ Caused Ing 30 children at his home in the borough New York. Jaa. 21.-Under the
I in Sugar hammock, lying contiguous Tbe New St. Denis. Council American Hebrews. shlpers-Several Stampede Among Wor of Bronx by singing! tie Intermezzo spices of the Sciatute Athletic! d-i1 ,

St. Lenis, Jan. 21.-The tenth annual Injured. from the Cavalieria of this
\ to Lowell station, to the East. The above named hotel under the 'f Greene ooro. N. C.. Jan. 21.-Fire open Rus- city. Young Corbett and Tf'IT"
council of the Union of American ticana, 7-year-old Oacar Mulled & tiny may battle for .
erlimj Bros. This i is of the rich- j broke out Sunday night in a holiness the ft-ath., :
one of Julius
management Hebrew
Jlr Israel Congregations convened here ;meeting here and caused vocal prodigy! fell unconscious to the weight championship! of the world at

: e-t plantations in the county and the, i s now open. Everything is spic today, with more than 106 delegates :i' \to the door.Awoman a wild rush fioor and died almost fomedfately. An an early date. Negotiations tJt.t"'t-t'1

4 Mes4rs. Easterliug will jut. it in a and span from kitchen to parlor and I present from various cities. The executive i; broke her leg and several autopsy showed that he cai ruptureda the principals aafl the club oftV.a.;

board held a meeting prior to blood vessel while trying to niiln- are cow going on. and
high state of cultivation. all the were injured by thrusting their hands everjth!: ::..:
appointments} are modern. the convening of the main body and tain a high note.MAN'S points to all concerned
j through the :
: glass of the door. agreeing U.1. :
Marion county is rapidly forging Some of the stationery }printed in thisoffice decided to recommend to the council -- terms. John Fi. Robinson repren' .

ahead and big sale!* of phosphate, turpeutime says: "TheM. Denis, open all 1 that the work of raising a memorial;, One of Mr.... Stnnton'n Iteturt*. BITE CAUSED DEATH. I leg the Sciatute Athletic club' ta*

hind of $1.000,000 for the endowment'! Once a fashionable woman of Newport offered Corbett and HcGorern .
r timber end farming lands,, the year round. Rates $2 Policeman. Bitten a p ::>
per day. of the Hebrew union college at Cmciniiati :' ] expressed to Elizabeth Cady Stanton by Prisoner, Blood of $10.000 but the former and the .
( are constantly being:; made.Gaiterville. Caters especially to the commercialand :I be continued. In addition to the : a fear that it was not entirely modest Poisoning Ensued. manager preferred a ,
New pwenta : *
tourist trade." fund. the question regarding the for a woman to speak in public. Jan. 21.-As a result of agreement The Rhode I.-lanJ: '
blood mar
:' rights of Jews. as Americans in the The dignified president of the eu1Ira poisoning caused by being bitten maker said that he we1 j' : V
Under Mrs. ;'fo'S.'nt tJpercentage :
The farmers of this, section are Lrael's mauasement; I: countries will be thoroughly discussed. 'fats looked at her with mild surprise. by a prisoner about 18 months proposition this ,

the St.'DenU i is:: going to be one of the cities of Russia and other foreign "Why' she said. "there are not so ago Patrolman John T. Collins a at's and give an an* ..:?r i-vfart a.---
having to with considerable
;. put up city's coming institutions. The opening session was taken up 'many people at our convention as there Brooklyn policeman. is dead. Saturday. dxi

- bad weather at present and in consequence with routiw:: business. were at the ball last night: and surely Collins was bitten on the hand by

i there is not much work being A Sworn Statement. New York it is more modest to make a sensiblespet.'Ch a desperate thief in an attempt to es Princess Given Full Fretdom.
Jan. 21.-The trial o! GU- V in quiet costume than cape. The policeman took
to ex- day Berli. Jan. %l.-I1t .
: : *\irr* !.
done. This is to Lynch for treason which 'nibit off and then *
certify that on Monday will one's bare arms and shoulders at returned to work but ing all her
I titles etc In ,::,sid.VrVat.tof -.
Mr. A. R. Brooks has been quite the iS day of October, 19UI, I purcbA; begin tomorrow, promises to turn on 'a public dance in the embrace of & the poison in his system showed itself the payment of the "
ed of The tte question whether he was a Transvaai !strange gentleman." at intervals in S-JK: : of IT ..
Racket painful
; pick for the past w ek. Company, CK'ala.L burgher rashes, yearly. the crown prr.t..a 'If S.tu" ..
Fla., a pair of their Tomahawk Brand or British subject when j and was the cause of frequent faint has full :
Miss; Gtrtrude Butler, who has been he took up arms for the Boers, : talcnlailnc. ing spells. Collins fredom of mo\fnrr.:. so :IHL ;
I penitentiary made shoes and that I says Elderly Adorer however remained as the Saxon and Austrianoun .
a dispatch! am and
from London ar
spending the past few mouths with j have to The Tri-' on duty until Friday last. when he
:J I worn them continuously ever bune. British law is have$3t lOOO.) beforehand c f hr ict-.n.;. ,

; her sister, Mrs. M. A. Brass!, left last since, and the upper and soles are ciful than in the days nO"7more of Jacobito mer- ; Fair Young Thln-I'll; give yon an was died.taken to the hospital whore he changes of abode, acj sh<- .steed ?Uu :1'

!; : :Friday \Vildwood accompanied by; still in good condition ; and it is my: plots when conspirators l1ning'' !answer the day after tomorrow. I will freedom from trr-st It I i. ,..

\ : :. )1 r. and Mrs. Brass. belief that they are good for three French commissions were nncereinO': i have to figure it all out in the mortuary New Bank for AUalla. sumed that the Dresden a"d Vv4:

months more This niously tanged. ; tables. courts knew and approve! of h.r: -i
wear. j i-
fourteen I
I ". Owing to rain Sunday morning Sunday L. :s I Montgomery.., Jan. 21.-A declaration parture from Geneva to II
months wear that I have already re. i has been filed in the fltone,
school omitted. Stranded Steamer Floated. I C was
r.; ceifrom these shoes, who-e original L. Gibraltar Jan. 21.-Tte North German "De mule I stoled wuz only wnth the secretary of state for the organization Scwen Reaches
Mr. William McConn made a l-ui i.t i. cost! iraa tl.43. : of the Peoples' Back Washington.
$20. said the and
Lloyd steamer Lain, from Mediterranean Georgia darky, "en. bless Trust Washington. Jan. 21.-Ml- is
: :* I 1'1
ness, trip to Ocala Monday. I. P. STEVESS. ports New'York, which 1 rue ef de lawyer didn't charge $:;0 ter company of Attalla: the capital Etock en accompanied by Mrs. Bo <

t I Connor, Fla. grounded on sand bank off 1 prove me ianercent!"-Atlanta Consti- to be $100.000. Fifty thousand of the tn r.-a:
Mr. E. V. Rayburn left for Miam Li Tumara, ;, ed here shortly after noon -hvir: ::..
: .. Sworn to and subscribed before me 5 nies! east of the Rock of Gibraltar, !j ration. jtock has been subscribed and {25- !rom Charleston being Sve bour
p. Monday where he has a good position L i HI OliO paid in. The > VThey
January 3. W. W. CLYATT Sun2ay iceorporators
morning was floated are
V at daybreak I were met at the station: I' .
UNCLE JOE. cal) tolia-. i A miii U the scum that rises nnst L. C. Harding. L. A. Fields and W. T. 'y V
Notary Public. uuuHas; : :..:. ': Ho'.t: 'X V'V
it. '\\:,eu iLn nation boil*.-Dnu...-. B.dwelL
inJ dnveti to the Arlington! !Lv .


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W OUR GHE0T j NEED I for raising: the valuable things that tail of transportion can be arranged |I II I EXCITEMENT SUMTE VILLE. ''VWWWVWVW

ijDibittble I can be produced from the soil and between the agent, the state aud the !I

UtilitUt .' the Indian War climate of the .tat,. In cane of a railroad companies. Such guaranteesof I II The Pearson Oil Company Finds Oil.

Claims Fund. family of five persons give it fifteenor good faith on the part of the im- Whistles Blow All Night and Ring LUM l RCl L BANK ijUAL

T. the editor of the Ocala Banner. more acres of such land. The conditions migrant as to his conditions, character Out the Glad Titings.

I have not intended abaudoning this upon which such persons are purposes etc., as: nay be necessary Sumtmille, 1" -Thr good news
[Branch of Commercial Bank Jacksonville.
J Jacuwion of the using of the Indian to hold the land can be made gome for the protection of the slate can b is rurn-nt upon the streets here today

war claim fund for immigration purposes thine like the conditions imposed on be provided for that the Pearson Oil ('(Uup"uy has CAPITAL S5OOOO !

and the long interval since my the settler under the U. H. homestead At lea-t one newspaper in each been successful iu finding oil in the

last letter to you and this one on the laws, only reduced very greatly in county should be contracted with for well two and a half miles south of :

must not be taken as an indic point ot time of residence, but enlarged a certain length of time to publish a Sumterviile. The whis'Ies were blowing Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
subject Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care. ; i
tion of any loss of interest in me in l. may be as to improvement certain amount and class of information last night for an hour or M>, her Exchange Bought/ and Bold. 11<, :

the promises. In that time; however Hoveral hundred farms or tracts of of the advantages of its county asa aiding the pKil tidinus! and a than I

what little talk there liar! been in the l And of ten acres and upwtrds shouldbe locality for people to settle and from near the well was! in town this INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS Ii Iit

new paIN on the various uses of the procured by the state in each county make homes. A certain number of morning with the news.

fund, ha only confirmed me in my for the above purpose. Every tractto these papers containing such information The Tearon'ouijmny deserve the AAAA t Iq I

opinion hitherto expressed that im- have a perfect description and for free distribution thould success which it i" said i ia iheira. They q

migration of white people to the state elar title hack of it. Its locality in : be published and mailed to localities have sprut a large amount of inning ::1

It our first need now-to use any ex the county clearly designated by direction and persons in other states where, in in putting down this well and it has J. F. EDWARDS'

Ira money we may have. and distance from the court the opinion of the immigration agent reached a depth of nearly two thou8'iiHl BIG
All those who have differed with house. The quality of the land, population such information would make resultsfor feet. From what we can understand ,

/a seem to be at a dos to understand of the town-hip, distance from the state. These! newspapers : the oil h't 3 not come in a truther Gainesville and Ocala Fla. '

.jfedw a practicable plan could be arranged railroad, navigible river or hard road, should be paid a fair price for such but will have to tie (pumped., ) TbN, :LJ _
by which the money can be etc., nearest town or postoflice and work, for they can, under the system however, does not lessen the value of -- -,I. --

expended so a* tomxluee the immigration information: aa to churches, school that can be devised, be mat potent the well at all, as we are informed ;-- t, .rsa ,

desired! and which I maintain and any institution of civilization factors in .ringing settlers to Florida. nearly all wells sooner or liter reach -.

caD be rrodUl't'd. The good roadstersand therein. JXO. O. IlEAKUOX. that stage where the oil is pumped, ; =- .... r Or.n

the scholars and gentlemen ho All lands of the state not cor.stitutioually Does it Pay to Buy Cheap? antI not a flow. The greatest I; .:! CI 7o=
:- W 2
want fast horses on the race track and or otherwise irrevocably held A cheap. remedy for cough!! and excitement prevails here,and the penpe :.r- o.....
but want 2 : s... ..
colds is
universities on every hill, however, for other purpose, should be taken to right, you are ready to congratulate the :.. I) .. pe'j0'
and the )
/ that will relieve cure -
went to take it for granted that the make up these immigration: farms more sever and dangerous results of Pearson people who have L..en"l'ry 5 4 1iM"rm

matter of distributing the money for together with purchase iu large tractsof throat and lung troubles. What !shall nice towards the eitizeus in the wayof 1.- ,0.. .n o..

good roads and schools: is nothing other !lar.IIl1Il the several countiesfor you do? Jo to u warmer and more buying options, etc. The corn pan\ I-5 -; -"

difficult and can be carried on n that purpo-e to the extent neces-: regular climate? Yes if possible; it has at all times been'fair and open in r r.P.ti1101SAIllIt -.

for then in either O
not possible, you
easily fc any other business betweenthe siry. The state should al-o call upon its dealings, never at any time endeavoring
case take the only rt"mt"dyb t bas O
state government aud the jit-ojile. the railroad companies, large landed: to deceive the people iu sii: aItF!'(H KIIU ..:
beta introduced! in all civilized countries .
When this |>ruj>o!'itiou is conceded corporations anil owners to contribute with success in severe throat and any way.-Times-Union aud Citizen. - -

then all jiviioa to the practicability such! farms. :Such contributionswould lung troubles "Boschee's German FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES.

distribution for immigration mu'.treasonably be the means of land holders tosellCnntigOOU4landsandin Syrup.' It not only heals and stimulates A Little Boy's Life Saved. Hy f2oo Rye or Bourbon at..... _...............5175 My 1400 Gin at.... ..........................-... t..
the Lly a-5 !! ..._.......... ...... -'.oo Moo North Carolina Corn at.... ..... J L
end. ]>ecau,.e if it in the end the issues to distroy germ I have a few words to say regarding ,!'. .o0 .. .................. --56 My 2.50" MTnDewCornat..
disease, but allays inflammation and Vbamberla iue'i Cough Remedy.It ityIy; 4.00 Of. .. .................... ...... ;vco: Mv 3,00" .. .> .. _
practicable for line it is also practicable be most profitable to them. j oo Gin at ...................... ............ L. jjy 4<)o '. .. .. .. ..
I : causes easy expectoration: gives a saved my littte boy's: life aud I :\ll* :!.50" ............................................. 2.00 My 4.00: New England Rum at.............:.:.f
for the other. All the uses SI) far :\Iakt' the taxaixessorsof the noun- good night's rest find cures the pa feel that I cannot praise it enough.I .

gusz: sted I think are good. All the ties immigration agents for their tient. Recommended many years by bought a holt I,' of it from A. E. The Jiiaraiirt Keg Trade Made a Special Feature

L. thing" called fur in these proposed' territory. Their oflices should be all druggists in the world. You can Steers of (ioodwiu, r\ D., and whenI gallon Inaendingyouaordeesalwayssendeuough I"j.lsc.gaJonJug.; 25c;3 gallon jug.35C;tocoyerthecostof k'g .SI. jugs. nalf.gallon juga, 1- ]

needed. Hut it ii iu this i get this reliable remedy at AntiMonopoly got home with it the poor baby sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house In Flc.rida.brcause I give goo.
u e.i! : made' headquarters for all informa- est good and lull measure.Atrialorderwilt .
"..,. j Drug .Store. J could hardly breathe. I gave the conviuceyouthat"we the
, are people. Terms cash with the orc1*r.
matter like it is with the \ Bill Randolph. medicine ItS every J. F. EDWARDS.
He may have so much money to use, dedsettlerand bureaus of immigration until he "threw up" and then I
Announcing the death of Bill Randolph _
but hn\uutlI1ay be more numerous literature. The assessors: to report thought sure he was g.iing to choke to -- ----- -------
I in an obscure Missountown,
than his bounty. In that case it is, to a Bureau of Immigration/ at death We had to (pull the phlegmout o -- ---as 0
S. B. n.i!, in the Pebsacola Journal, of hit mouth iu long
wlalnm to get first that which is most Taliahat we. For the extra work that
I ayd him the following tribute: strings. I am positive that if I bad
Deeded or wanted. entail the asesiorhecould FOR
this would on
"The world not only held worst not got that bottle of cotuh medicine,

The greatest need of Florida today have an increase in his salaryand men than 'Bill' Randolph held my boy would! not he on earth tod ay-

is a larger white population. Nobody\ more help.A Joel Deruont, Inwood!, Iowa.-For HOLIDAY GOODS.CALL
of tbe
few who bad in them more .
dispute this projiositiou. Every: state immigration! lecturer and sale by Anti- [.moJl"ly Drug Store in
genuine milk of human kindness and
newfjiaiH-r in the state for thirty years agent combined in one man, physically ---- --- --
whose Land and heart were ever oper
pa-t, and today emphasized and em intellectually, mentally and to the friend who had fallen upon The Crystal River Lumber Co.

phastze"the fact in every i 0/'" Ut'. Aud morally capable of making a favorable The above is the name of a company
evil dsys.! I' was his harmless foibl. in AND SEEM
which has already been mentioned
they have tried and are trying to get impn- ;ion among good people
himself skillful politician
to fancy a
these columns. The following are its
that population, more than the state: everywhere should be appointed.His .
and at one time it was said that EC
itself than the railroads more officers: President, U. F. Camp; vice
more duties should be to go to cities in
Florida legislature: could convent president, R. J. Caw! ; secretary, R.
than any other in-titutioa or combination the United States anti every locality I had arrived 18HEL]
unless 'Bill'; lUudough OL .
James T.
J. Knight; treasurer,
in the tate. where there i is a fair chance of pecurinjj :

My idea of l'rll\"e lin:; to get peopleto settlers. He should be supplied the scene. n wle8.
: well born and
"lIe was not only
( settle in Florida is to give without with literature from county. This company i erecting a mill at
: every well bred he long odds, ont
was by
River with of one
Crystal a capacity
money and without price to each Luna statistics to productions soil
as: ,
in the state
of the beet rend men ;;
I fide settler a tn aero tract of population and all matters hundred thousand feet of lumber per NEW' STOCKAT
whose -
and it will surprise many acquiiniance
, class: farm laud, every part of it good embraced in the suggestion of but day. The company will load on
man was
lighters in Crystal liver and will
- Hon. 15. h'. ;McLin comnifcinnernfagriculture
-- ,
to learn that he not only
export through the harbor at that
in his letter in behalf: of wilt -
had an intimate acquaintance
1 immigration interests to the boantof the Bible place.:
RUTSa belles lettres, but knew The company has recently made
cviiiimi--ioners dated May 10
county ItCrandpapa
from cover to cover. sortie very large purchases of land. Greatly Reduced Prices.
190L'! tI(l will a.-k you.'Mr.: Editor to I
I Williams. Day before yesterday it closed a dea
If publish this! letter in a future i..;ue.i

f walking sick, what This lecturer and agent should work Mr. David Williams is junt in receipt for 30,000( acres, and it purchased

f a crowd of them there are: I under instructions from the state of a telegram from Syracuse, X. about the same number of acres sev.

Y., announcing that: a daughter had eral weeks ago and now has in con.templation -
Persons who thin and
; are bureau of immigration. HU fields
, been born to his daughter, Mrs Her- the purchase of a large M. FISHEL.
weak but not sick enough for operation} .lJl'uhl be in the eastern, I
sey (,. Locke. Mr. Williams! is wearing and desirable tract, which will run
: to to bed."Chronic central, western and northwestern I
go a very big smile and is receiving up its holdings to something over a
states. I believe there are thousandsof J
cases" the congratulations of his friends. hundred thousand acres. .
people In J those states who will ___ o --- O
the doctors call them I
('ol. Sic Barco was in the city yes-
come to permanently settle if a proper
which in -, and is hopeful of the
common English terday very = ''
-- ----- ----- ------ -
effort i is made to get tbem. In a letter Fr
sickness.To I srrowth of Crystal River He say
means-long .
to myself: Hon. B. E. McLin, commissioner -
that the government engineering experts
the continuedloss of agriculture of 13th ult.,
that the expenditure ofisOHM
of flesh they needScott's on the subject of immigration, to the 4iiSt jWI say
1- ) will give the bar a
state, he tells me that he has been
Emulsion. For the
depht of eleven feet and at
fending out all over the country all

feeling of weakness they papers and pamphlets published by I n' the! city grows the depth will be improved -

L need Scott's Eniulsion. any of the counties, relating to their I. Gloomy thoughts become by continuous governmental I

It makes new flesh and sections of which he could get for habitual to the dest appropriations he says that the AND FERTILIZER
peptic. He !looks! on the SEED 1
e-tulilishment of this big mill of the t'
gives new life to the weak immigration purposes, but the supply dark side of things and ";
every mole hill Ltct m,... a Camps' is an auspicious event in the
system. i U small! antI not allY thing like the mountain. His condition a AT LOWET JK'KS
about affects his business history of Oystai River.A .
demand there is for information judgment I
Scott's Emulsion gets and mars his home ., _
this state. He says he has almost relations. ,
thin and weak persons out I daily ( concerning the re- Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical : Cure for Lumbago. Ike Send for our booklet "IUIS1I POTATO:.,"

Discovery cures dys- on soil, seed liou- to IJ:;ut. e'tttil8lt'Ind >liip,
W. C. Williams of Amherst Va.
of the rut. It makes new, sources, characteristics and capabilities pepia0.1 other diseases Petit free for tile t"kin*. ..ldln' a .
of the of digestionand ays: For more than! a year I suffered
rich blood strengthens the of the state, but nothing euilk-ient organs;
nutrition. It gives, from lumbago. I finally tried WILSON & TOOMEi FERTILIZER COMPANY
nerves and gives appetite to respond with. buoyancy of wind as well
Chamberlaine'e Pain Balm and it
as health of body because it removes the

_ for ordinary food.Scott's Free transportation to the county physicial cause of mental depression.It save me entire relief, which all other )Ifainifurlurcrs of Ideal I'crlilizcr'utd Special Crop Formulas
seat of the county in which the immi- enables the perfect digestion and "
had failed do. For sale
Emulsion can be assimilation of food, and the body is J remedies to
garut baa decided to {locate or more strengthened by nutrition which 13 the by the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m j.u'KS<>\\ ILLI:. ri.onmi.

taken as long as sickness should lie given to every family of only source of physical strength."I .

lasts and do good all the five persons if asked for The state! was afflicted with whit the doctors called Christmas Aft rmath.
nervous inuixotKra. Touk medicine from my
and the railroad companies can gettogt'tbt'r family phMcian to no avail.writes Mr. Thos. Having had chocolate creams and i.STAU.IMIi: : II YF.IHS.
G. Lever ol Lever. KichlanU Co., S. C. "At
time.There's night would have cold or hot feet and hands. diamond sunbursts in its midst no
on this part of the immigration ,
new strength a'.urnately. I was getting very nervous and
sutftrrcii a great deal mentally thinking that will the HANt-IE BROTHERS'CASH
and low doubt it cost stocking
work easily arrange manya
ind flesh death would vjon claim lIIe.lwan expecteduiiuthmg
in dose.
every unusual to take place: was; Irntable
rates for :bringing the immigrants and imjiatifut and greatly reduced in fieth. I pang: to go back to corns and I.un-:

Both the state and the railroadare could scarcely eat all)'thiui;that would not produce ious Brenham (Texas i liauner. MAIL ORDER HOUSE
will here.
!4;.. We be glad a bad reeling in my stomacu After some
h.witation. I decided to try a few bottits of Dr.
. to send you a few mutually interested.! A Ilerce's Gulden Medical Iif,covery and'TelleU.'
doses free. / After taking several hotllei of each found I was Working 24 Hours a Day. Wholesale Dealers.
: ? colony or a certain numberof improving. I contmaed for.ix month or more. Liquor
I rand on. I have to h.! careful yet at times of There's no rest foa those tireless little ,
Ce sure that this picture in immigrants, can! be groupedat what I rat in order that I may feel good and workers-Dr. King's New Life
in Wm. J.
the form ot a label is on the strong. I fully believe if anyone suffering with Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers Lemp
wrapper ot every' bottle of a town or city to board a train indureUiutt or torpid liver or chronic cold would Pills. Millions are always busy curing Brewing Go's St. Louis Beer.
r Emu lon you buy take Dr I'lerce's Golden Medical Discovery and torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness, ::
bound for Florida. The state agentcan Ilouiiat Pellets' aud ot.ervc a few simple byipwiic fever and ajjue. They banish lick
rules they would lion be greatly bene-
Chemists, get them together and notify the fcled. and with a little perseverance would Le headache, drive out malaria. Never Jacksonville Fla
entirely cured." gripe or weaken. Small, taste nice, lS48-lS58JLdam8St. ,
Pearl St. N. Y. state when the immigrants will be
409 Biliommess is cured by the UK of Dr. work wonders. Try them, tie, at
SOc. and $II all druggists. ready to start for Florida and all de- ( Fiorce's Pleasant Pellets. Anti-llonopoly Drug Store. 2 PRICK LIST I'POJf APPLICATION

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: Character in the Gait & {> t-J e'S" 'S'J1 'I** l!'!J'V 'n' "
i '
< A Fortieth a .Old Standee -,.
Yes Phillips Brooks said 44 : .
s V 0 N B Y Anniversary War Story I! .

he could tell an insured man 3S 6.., : f-

by his step, and when a man is La. : Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic

insured amply in The Mutual December PLUCK AND DARING'I

Life Insurance Co. of New 30. ?862 has stood the test 25 years. Average annual sales
York he by his bearing : .
says ...., .; ..... '. :'* '. .*.4 'j < XMff record
"I I insured in 4 09> > <* this
the Does
am strongest *- > .!." (! .!'!' '!'! '!. <5 J J' '!.",!>

; about company the, and future I do of not my familyor worry "opyrlgbt.t 1302. by G. L. Kilmer.] him that I never surrender. If bethinks 'i of merit appeal to you ? No Cure, No Pay. SOc. ::

business if I ORREST the king of raiders, he can take me let him try it M..'.c.
shouid.die. BLACK ROOT "V1R !1e
my ': Endoscd with every U.a k a To Cc t P... of CftOVTS
the prince of fighters, could on. .;;f?'" rnr.-jnerigg- -
The A\itsi.f 1 he Mutual Life Inuran.Compln, } F be bcutrn. This shows that At that moment Forrest had Dun -.
life insurance .
of New forkexceed those of any other
I mortal and adds ham hemmed in on three sides with a -
coupon)' in eai>tence. They are over lie was only --- -- -
glory to his innumerable brilliant superior force, but Colonel Fuller, with I I

I $352,000,000 exploits. He was squarely beaten two regiments, was on the outside of I j ,I II .,. y!, _r': "5. Tres. "H.SJr Ircra, V. Pres. J. S'-etall, SK-Trw. to....

at 1'arker's Crossroads:, Tenn., the Forrest. I I

S 1 1 has paid Piracyholders over COth of December, 1S02. The now force coming up on the nn

During the laM; two weeks of December Iluntiiifiton road was sighted: by For-
i $569,000,000which Forrest had raided the line oi rest's scouts and the fact reported to I W. H. BRIGGS uu

It the Mississippi Central railroad in the the chief, who rode forward expectingto : pmEj
I meet a battalion of his own
U mote than any either life insurance comply rear of Grant's army operating against: troopers -
in the world has disbursed. Vicksburg and contributed to the defeat which bad been left back upon .
of the Federal campaign. There that road. lie was met by a stingingfire VALDOSTA GA.
i Write to-day to \\ &r. Shall I Insure?
delivered on the rear of his position ,
were swarms of roderuU iu west Tennessee .
; ; TIlE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE at the time, but so swift had and, believing that it was a mistake -

COMPANY OF NEW YORK 1'orrest moved from point to point that ,i dashed forward Into Fuller's ,!...1!!_
failed him to battle lines.' Fuller's attack was a complete
RlUwUD A. ldcCu, y, President. his enemy to bring
until he was about to return whencehe surprise and stampeded the horses of

Agent, Ocala, Fla the dismounted raiders In rear of the
J. It. LimCSTON' JR. {came east of Tennessee: river.

CECIliVU OX, Agent for the state of Florida Forrest's column was mounted, but fighting line. The artillery horses were '

J ictvjavtle, t'la.< its speed was regulated by a long train also cut down. The first volley of the ROLLS: F1IOM: : Only the b<--tOLTi 9 At D WAR E !
Twenty-seventh Ohio unhorsed several
of wagons laden with the spoils! of the OVEN malt-rial goes
troo1Jt'rsIf Forrest's bodyguard and into tliu and
Death of John W. Waters. raid. In order to reach the river cross- oven td
tag near Lexington the raiders must his adjutant general was captured. only the
The above named gentleman, who Forrest literally ran from his
Parker's Crossroads, which happened away
pass ;QEST BREADrolls
has been living: near this city since to be only five miles from the eomru t... R&'ing discovered and halted Mill and Turpentine Supplies i
: out. Il i is delightfully! crisp and
Federal officer he answered
<< by a t
1S3S: ;, died at his home Sunday morning camp of Colonel Cyrus L. Dunham a wholeMmie. A few ".Iicluttt'rt'd w a
Federal: officer who had been sent into the demand to surrender by coolly sayIng ii'eul in itself and almost as nutritiousas
anti hU remains were interred in "I have done time
the region with an advance guard of so some ago meat. 1

the old cemetery in this city Monday 1,500 men to watch rorrest and bring and am collecting my command to surrender Orders for Bread, etc., can be moresatinfai.torily "** !'f'II
in due form." This ruse saved filled
morning.Mr. him to bay.Dunham's by

Waters wa born in Lexington: men had marched and him.Fuller's Largest and Oldest
countermarched In search o: FOlTPst men captured xOO horses of BENUS'BAKf V

S. C., tn 1S3>. .Soon after coming to since the ginning of the taid nn,1wen' Forrest's and retook one gun and a

travel worn, but under the hopeof wagon train which Forrest! had captured Turpentine Supply House
Ocalatheeivilwar was declared and Than I \ : i.\ 1 i I l tiPD."
at last:, trapping the foxy raider from Dunham early in the fight.
he inane f liately enlisted :Jin! Capt. ti. they had made their last stretch of Fuller also captured 5 In
D. McCouuell's company that was twelve miles in three hours. Duringthe troopers( three of his guns and eight; I Georgia.

raised here and fought through that night Dunham's scouts brought caissons. .NOuN ANYTRUSJIany I ."
word that Forrest was making for the Forrest promptly"ordered a retreatas IiMill
desperate: conllictj: in the army of soon as he got back to his lines. In
crossroads and was but a few miles new"pap.-n.hate: lately$\\currency
Tennessee under General Bullock. away: lIe tdl'graphl..1'orJ to hissuperior his report he tells how Dunham fought! f> n-jxirt by lrr"'IJIJU'lhh.: partu s tu tIle enec' Southern Agents for r
him for five hours and also declares that
that he would "coax or forcea
l He was a faithful sldier.fter the fight; out of Forrest in the morniu? that thirty minutes more with Dun- THE NEW> NOME SEWING!' MACHINE COhad RIXFORD TURPENTINE AXES.

r declaration of peace Mr. 'Waters returned and hurried his pickets out on the road ham alone would have given him the litcrcil a trust or roinloiiatinii! ; > Rash i
>UKMirc the pulilii1 that there t, filth iu .
i to hb plantation: near this city in Forrest's pathw!!)'. fight, which was true. Dunham was uch rrptrts.1'r hate bn'n
In the Forrest's advance In hard straits. His men could do no
where he has: been] living; a quiet life Early morning C\VUi; in.ii-liiiubfor<>V>T a ijuartt ofa ccntuy n
rode up in detached parties and more than stand and see themselves aud have"htahhIIed a ivpukitioii fur our. "lii
ever since. hemmed In by Forrest. However they :elves and our inaduni'bthiil is the "11of nil
hand Dunham'snary
was met on every by
lie was taken sick on the 15th of H' .l'tteB. Dunham pushed the fought like heroes, spurning'; the Idea sever Urn \ih-il as a taut iiv machine.-: .

skirmish light with great vigor. The of surrender. The men of the battery lands at the head Mall //ugh rude sewing : = -
last and has been confined --- ----- -
February raiders at the front drew back to when their ammunition had been used iiachineb,and tulllt5 fin i its: own inents.

to his b" l continuously !since tint await the main l>Ol.The. encounterwas up on the enemy, fought; in the ranksof the \'.>If' Home" itJironly really L. W. JOHMSOit f! Mth : ,
1I1(ill Vi\I>Sewing JItttltine .
the infantry with at
time lie leaves: two brothers and a complete surprise to the troopers, any weapons & ?
fin the tiiarlsvt.
for during two weeks the had hand Dealers in
two Mattrj: ;aud a large circle of enemy It ..snntnrtvMarj- into enter into a trust 1
failed to force or coax a fight, and Forrest's friendly biographers claim o save our i-n'iltt or pay any d,-bas ;is we have
Mew and Second
friends to mourn his d.ath. Forrest's men lJtlieth'y didn't that their hero was outnumbered by lodt-liU to pay.V.e have Hover pntfivd into Hand Machinery.

want to.While. Dung:;m alone, yet the same authori- bnipetitlon with manufacturers of low grade LAkE (CITY: FLORIDA. i
heap madlill\'" that are made to tell regards t +
ties state that Dunham was hemmed
Night Was Her Terror. his pickets were skirmishing of any Intrinsic merits. 1H not be de- One 12o horse rower return tubelar boiler with tittiujw Jj IN' t. ;
Dunham formed his line ridge In and fouht desperately for five hours. ei vvd,when you want a sewing lIull'hinl'don't "
"I would cough nearly ali nightlong on a Three HOne lMI" "t'It.I'U.. . )tIlI.I 1 '
covering the crossroads and the approaches Soldiers who fight so long and well do end your money away from home; call on atSetr 70; \I ii ii ,.., . 3.)11.111''
;," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegafe, of from Forrest's osition. not permit themselves to he hemmed In lloinr" Dealer, ho can Hell you a 55" .i 16 0 ii . ammo. c i
tter machine for less than:you can purchase
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardlyget : There was no way out of the trap for by an Inferior force. Forrest's force Is Ise\\"llt'rIf then is no dealer near you, u 511"( tI u itii . . 3UU.UI
Confederates It 52" it \I . .
Forrest except to smash Dunham. placed officially by at Trite direct t. us. :!J5." '
any bleep. I had consumption; bo raider tried do with artil- 1.SOO men comprised In four rejrimcnts. h 40" itti fire box boderit . . . . . 30U.W136.IIU. /
TliL the to .
10 II . . .
Lad that if I walked a block I would his soldiers and the train three battalions and two batteries.Dunham ItII : ,
lery, meanwhile had in the field 1,500 men and ORANGE MASS.'ew 20 II itii Atlas fire box boiler... .. .. .' 175.IM
l t cough frightfully and spit blood, but, attempting to pass around the York, Chicnco. 111.,St.' Louis Mo., Allan. II 15 II boiler on wheels . .. .. . 175.0U J
Federals by the flank. Dunham ordered one battery only partly engaged and ta, Ga., l):illa>, Tex.: 5au Fruuouco, CaL .
when all other medicines failed three IMaNES.
that only for a short time.<<:
his own battery to return the Forrest be- --- One fit) horse power I aue & Bodley. . . .. 1i5.MI&
$1.00 bottles of.Dr. New Discovery usually swept everything) 1
Kind's fire and also to shell the escaping column II U U
fore him but he Beldam found Dun 1
t wholly cured me and\ I gained but the Federate wore short of a --- 1 9 It IOU II It Ball HUtouiatie. ........ .. .. 7IW..I Iskiner .
ham and Puller his track. Like
... artillery ammunition und could only a on 35; center cr\nb. . . ::E2> mi ;
53 pounds. It is: absolutely guaranteed keep two pieces in action. Stonewall Jackson, he dodged; a filth M'CORMIC NAHiESTIKS mm\i\ ,. 25; .. Erie City. . . . 175">

to cure colds, coughs, la grippe, The Confederate artillery fire was: t"y' 0\1: :11:1ftY-iO-ltll'NII i: -wt

t bronchitis and all throat and lung! severe upon Dunham's line just: what . COMPANY .,

1 troubles. Price 50c and $l.OMI. Trial Forni.t wuutod-but Instead of retreating -

f bottles: free at Anti-Monopoly Dru:? from the ridge Dunham ordered F. D. POOSER, Agent, '
a charge, upon' the hostile guns.:
l Store. 2 OCALA. FLORIDA.
At that moment Colonel Napier's Confederate \ McMillan BrosSouthern
battalion charged: Dunham's \t l 4 1
Escaped; the Galows: and Got a Bride.
front and Fonvrt led three regiment; -.-, F tt : ,
Manuel Chavez, who was acquitted around'the bill! to attack the Federal: I
Friday} morning of the murder of rear. Dunham's men were facing Napier's I
but hid two guns were doing \ Copper Works.
Charles J. Allen, at Tampa: was married I
some execution In that direction, and
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clockto he faced his line about, rushing at For 1 1I

Mrs. .\?ne!! Merck, Mrs. Allen's rust's cavalry with bayonets. The 1I I I 1wa a Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
Confederate trooponj luiekoi off from
sister. Chavez wa.s acquitted larg.lyuf'On I P r f
tho cold stud, and Xapler'B men, s,x-inc 1 .
the testimony; of the two sisters. the confusion! in the force IH by their t and General Metal Workers. r

Mr. II.nllIr: ,). Chave/ left at once for chief, thought the day was lost and I ------
I ,
aka rvtreatud leaving th.-ir artillery! 1 I II
the Pacific coast where they will Aa before stated 1 hare hand Old Stills
between the lines Duuham'a sharpshooters I on a taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

spend the next six mouths.s had cut down the hoi ,cn of I carload rakes, sickle of one and grinders two-borne end mowers repair-, through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

the cafcsons and camion and tM raid- parts, and shall bare iu the next ten wire will receive prompt attention at either of the '
t Off for the Grand Lodpe. era could not save thtn. h load of binders
days & car ,
4 reapers
following works .
I tf Messrs. K. P. Thisjard, E. W. Davis But the battle was not over; Pun- shredders and every part pertaining -

f 1 ham's danger had incmuHxl in spite of to make harvesting a surees"
and Dr. J. E. Chaoe: representatives:
Remember that the McCormick
the repulse of Forrest on the crown at FAYETTEVILLE N. C.
from the Ovali lodge; Hon. H. W. the ridge. The flunk march of the binder is the only right hand machine SAVANNAH GA.

Long, Pat! gnud muter, and ex- cavalry had cut Dunham tiff from hid on the market, and should you buy JACKSONVILLE FLA.
bang and the supports he looked for to any other, yoi are cure to be disap MOBILE, ALA...
Editor C. Y. filler: of the St. Johns pointed.We .
couw in 1'Ci'11011I to his mac that defy and challenge the world to _. .
lodge; Mr. P. J. Titcomb, deputy he would fight Torrent at Parker' meet us m the harvest field. There ----- ----- --- ---- -- --- --

r grand master and Ur. J. W. Castell, Crossroads. The nearest supports left is the place to show what your machines
their camp many hours' march away are. Call and see in? and I
1 of the Dimnellou lodge; Sacs+rs. at the time the fight b yan, and consJatod will give you points that will intereit FERN HILL RYE !

Alfred Proctor and T. C.II Hall, of the of two regiments, the xwenty- you, and save you money. Every

Uelleview and Mr. seventh and Thirty-ninth Ohio led bj machine hold will be put up arid ."
lodge, John T.
tested before it in turned to
Colonel J. ,V. Fuller. over you.
Lewis, of the Morniugi'Star: lodge at When Fuller got within sound of tho F. D. POOSER Agent. H. ROSENTHAL l& SONS, Distillers, Cincinnati, 0.

Jlols Bluff, I left Mmdty' for Jack. guns, he was gverta'ken by a mewaga! 3-lS-dlt-wlni .....
'' from his chief ordering a halt At the
sonville, where they will attend the \ "
same time an aid rode back from the
t session of the Gran 1 badge, of Masons direction of Dunham's battlefield with against superior numbers and would This is the Wiskey you hear people talking about

i for the state of Florida, which exalted the news that Forrest held the road, have xljrcd: Dunham at I'arkcr's<::.Jus- when they say "That Good Whiskey." It has

body convenes in that city today. cutting off the re-enforcements from roads but for the heavy wagon train T. MURPHY held its place at the head of the column
Dunham who was fighting against which was a dead weight on the motsments
#w During! their stay in Jacksonville: odJrf. Fuller marched on to the helpof of his mount 1 column. While ,. ;::..a of High Grade Goods for many years

r' they will be domiciled l at the Windsor Dunham. Meanwhile the situation racing with Dunham and Puller for ;;f.;'; on what?
had become critical for Dunham, while the crossroads; ho lost a day in getting and Wor
) Hotel. Dr. Castell was: Machine IroQ) aecomlaf -
i even Forrest's fortunes rested on the his train! over broken bridges and bad IT'S MERIT !

nied by his wife and sun. turn of a hand. Dunham held the roads but It was part of his game to

ridge but having no ammunition for pet the train with all its valuables,

A Firemans Close Call. his guns could nut cmitM, the road near out of west Tennessee; otherwise that Iron, BrA"_ and Ilron/o Canting

"I stuck to my engine, although k1) l.'orrest'at a distance. In fact he important feature of the raid would *: .Machine and Pattern STRAUSS & CO.

k every joint ached and every nerve was was as good as surrounded Forrest have boon a failure.Fuller's ,
rallied his discomfited anti boldness in the Shop:*: .Mnrinrand hotel]-
racked with pain," writes C. W. Bell truuiicrs attempted disobeying
!f locomotive his favorite game of bluffing command of his chief when ordered to' road Sicpair Distributors.
amy, a fireman, of Burlington -
the enemy. One of his aids sought out halt was the turning point of the day.
Iowa, "I was weak and pale, 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville
1 Colonel Dunham and said, 'GeiMTal Ills men, with the rest of the Federal
without any appetite and all run Forrest understands that you have sur- army in west Tenuessee, had been on a Ocala Florida,

down. As I was about to :give up, I rendered. useless chase after the raiders for twoweeks. _
5------ --- ---- -
r* get a bottle (of Electric Bitter and, "The :general Is mistaken." responded At last:: Forest was come up --------- ------- ------------------= -----S--- 55 -- -: .

after taking it, I felt as well as I ever the dauntless Hooder colonel "We with and the chance for a fight to a ,,

did in my life." Weak sickly run have never thought of surrendering." finish was too gOld to be lost. lie
To Cure .
Cold in One Cttres Cri .
down people always gain new life, The aid rode away to report to For marched to the point! of danger to the a Day

strength and vigor from their use. rest, then came back with a new tune. help: of his colleague. That march iaTkoDa Ys

Said he, "General Forrest demands an 'pOill'll Forrest's victory at Parker's' Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
Try them. Satisfaction: guaranteedby A P1/ on every
unconditional surrender. Crossroads and lessened the military .
the Anti. Iouupol iDruij Store. Seven MMoa boxes sold fa 12 months. This '{/CU
Colonel Dunham replied: "Give my glory of his great raid behind Grant. past Signature, box.25C.
Price 50 cents. 2 compliments to the general and tell GEORGE L. J\II.'t.ER.:

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Riot on Trolley Car In New York. Story of Helnrlch Heine and a I ; Notice Application' forTax !Deed under Section -
lump of the Bnmp Query EditsiOccasionally Let Us
l Conductor Nearly Murdered. Toothsome Lyon. ansat. Thresh the $of Chapter 45'e' Laws of Florida.
BY FIRETwo tirti.
DESTROYED Xew York, Jan. 20.-Riotous soldiers Returning from a journey to the writes sorrowful NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
A correspondent a Matter
OutNo Bullock of
purchaser Certificate
from Ft. Slocum Heinrich home met
created south of France a
a panic on a
No dated
the of
Utter regarding his experiences In run 331 rth day August. A. 11.
trolley car bound for Mt. Vernon, friend, a German violinist, In Lyons IM'5. has filed said certificate in my office and
Find Death In ning eorrepondents'! a Potash No has made for
Persons Fruit application tax deed to bsue in accordance
Sunday morning and nearly murderedthe who gave him a large sausijre' ; that had weekly paper. After he Lad written with law. Said .certificate embrace.

: the Flames. naductor. Louis Ettinger. The been made in Lyons with the requestto both questions! and answers for awhile No Phosphoric AcidNo Seeds the Marion following( ounty.described Florida to-wit property situated in

soldiers who are members of th-J delIver it to a mutual /lellualntam'o.a the public finally became warmed No Nitrogen-No Leaves
up Commencing 16 i- chains west of a part 6.70
; SEVERAL OTHERS WERE INJURED "fighting Sixteenth United States Infantry homeopathic physician, in Paris.Ilelnr to the idea and began to send in questions chain south ol north'-ast corner ot section 19.

," just back from Luzon were promised to attend to the corn- These three township 15, range 22. thence east 210 feet
-- In whose presence! : the encyclopedia north 95 feet, west 210 feet, south 95 feet
Tenants of the Buildings Were Asleep drinking from flasks and having a rai!.Ion and intrusted the delicacy to Itself was all ne; elet-s and trem things must The said land being assisted at the date of

boisterous time and one of them madean the care of his wife, who was traveling bly. In one Saturdays"mail! the following be suppliedto the Mrs issuance"John E.of Walton.such certificate in the name of
Broke Out-Panic En. :
When Fire insulting remark, which Mr. Mitchell with him. But as thepot chaise letters were received addressed to Unless said certificates shall be redeenedao-

Were Rescued With wn very slow and he soon became your soil. cording to law. tax deed will be issued thereto
tucd. and They a passenger, and Daniel Long, a uthe editor of the ccrrefcrwndcata' colBmn on the 2nd day of February A. D. 1903-
former very hungry on the advice of his wife WItness official
motorman resented. Then a : Write my signature and seal this the
Difficulty. both tasted of the sausage, which ) :r to us 1St dayof January' D, 1903.
halt dozen soldiers sprang on Long Dear Slr- llen Is the universe Please and we will (Seal) S. !. SISTI.DXX.

Cleveland 0., Jan. 20.-Fire early and Mitchell! and kicked and punched d'lndtd! with every mile. gi\', Illustration. Yours truly.J. 1J send 1-2 Clerk:Circnit Court Marion C

today destroyed two adjoining apartment them. Arriving: at Paris Urine did not dare PAUL SMITH. \ you

end" the remainder to the physician Another road: some books
houses near the corner of Euclid In the excitement several of the soldiers to I. giving the NOTICE.In .
and jet he wished to keep his promise.So Dear Editor-How does a corpuscle differ -
avenue and Andrews streets east drew revolvers and began firing \ gist of the w hole -
he cut off the thinnest iiossibleshce from a germ and why? I can find matter
t Cleveland resulting in the death of at through the windows. Women nothing on this subject in our psychologies.
with his wrapped it in a the Circuit Court of the Fifth
razor OERN
[ I.L1lbS WORKS Judicial Circuit
and the of screamed Your truly. FRANK EATON.
least two persons injury an sheet of vellum paper and inclosed it hi, -V York of Florida in and lor Marion county, in
several others. The dead are: ran to the platforms and jumped from Still another read:
in an envelope with the following Chancery.
, i Mrs. Guy Norton 20 years of age. the car. The conductor who was try. Dear Mr. Idltor-In our examination Charles C. Shooter, complainant, ... Qmsa
note: today the teacher had the fallowngqu.'stlon !
J Mrs. Jessie Dickey widow. 45 years ing to collect fares received a knife paper Long and Stonewall Long defendants.
Deal' Doctor-From your scientific in. : "Mention the various functions. -
thrust in the back and fell to the TIT IS ORDERE1I THAT EMMA LOKG AX0
Of age. vest'cations: we Itarn that the millionth I couldn't 1111 it. Will you pleas l--t. _I_ Stonewall
Long, defendants
1- The injured are: floor, and Mitchell was thrown bodily part <>f a certain substance brings about mention them? Thanking you In advance.I be and they are hereby required, herein to appear aimed la

Clara Jacksoa servant through the greatest results. I bee. therefore. am. yourg molt truly. the bill of complaint in Mid
Mlsa: : girl. a car window. Four police- -- canac OB ii0BtiiJi:
your Kind accrp'nnce. of the accompanying CLARA:. JON I3.: tbc z
j Guy Norton. men boarded the car at Sixteenth millionth part of a Lyons sausage These questions may look easy, but 3totcfletoIat. It is ordered that a copy of this order be published -
' Rev. N. W. Shoup. street. When the soldiers saw the which our friend eave me to deliver to once week: for eight consecutive wet Lain
if you think eo take pen and sit down the Ocala Banner. Done this tile
this jtitfc
then day fit
Is truth,
[ of the fire j is unknown. policemen you. If homeopathy a
origin off
! The they leaped and scattered November. A. D. 1902. S T. S1STK.ONK
little piece will have the same effect on and answer them.-:Minneapolis! Jour
![ The 50 tenants of the two buildings in all directions. but three of them you as the whole sausage. YourHEINRICH nal. a.L.A.NDESJTOS.; ;: WSf. HOCKEB. ALLKED&DAVIS, Cletk Circuit Court.
Complainant's Solicitor.
it A
l were asleep when the flames broke were captured. The prisoners denied HEIXR ANDERSON .

",' out. A panic ensued among them they did the stabbing, but after they -Ushctti's "With Physicians and Clients. The Enemies! of Wild Sheep. ATTORNEYS AT LAW MASTER'S SALE.

I when they were finally aroused and had been searched and nothing was ." Wild sheep depend for greatest protection Office in Gary-At' .new Block.

PI many were rescued with the greatest found on. them. the police picked up on their climbing capabilities. OCALA, FLORIDA

difficulty nearly all escaping in their a blood-covered knife from the floor The Vuljrnr Voice --- NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVES THATEOl
I/.. I They travel where no man can follow, rn C.BIGGS, by virtue ol a final decree of foreclosure
!I night clothing. The total pecuniary where one of them had dropped It. I What constitutes the vuljrar voice and often in climbing use their knees and sale made and the Honorable -

j, loss is about $00,000, partially insured. It was believed that Conductor Et. la an article in the London Spectator instead of their fore hoofs. Their first ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. judicial William circuit of S.the Bullock state of judge Florida of in the and Fifth for
I ct
II f linger ;Is fatally l wounded. The prisoners a writer concludes that this evidence instinct at the approach of an enemy (Office in Garj-Agacw Block.) ibe county ol Minon. chancery titlingoa the
all vulgarity 29th day of November, A. I).,
! Fierce Blaze at Boston. were held for trial.GREAT vulgarity.; prinxs, like almost i U to f-tart for the mountain top, aiming OCALA. FtORIDA. cause %tncrcin: pending. wherein lyt, in DANIEL 8 CCTtttS G.
|l Boston, Jan. 20.-Practically all the however displayed chiefly if possible to get above and keep above L. SISTRDNK, A 1JLER. is complainant and JAMES A.
I two causes-an undue love of cons=picuousness (CARLOS MARVIN and others defendants. I will offer
I, fire-fighting apparatus in the city was DISTRESS IN LONDON. and undue fear of the the enemy. for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cult

called to Long Wharf early today to an Wolves wolverenes and eagles are ATTORNET.AT.LAW.Room at public outcry before the court house door A
whose chief aim said Marion ,in the of
The : county Ocala therein
city ,
combat a fierce blaze which had broken Thousands of Men Are Unemployed. same. person their most common enemies and the Masonic Building Ocala Fla. 5 all! on the
is to keep himself or herst-lf in the eye
out In the sheds of the Dominion Serious State of Affairs.: lambs suffer extensively from these. ---- first Monday in jol"Na"-t. D., tyoj,

Atlantic Railway company. The sheds I Xew York, Jan. 20.There can no of the world rarely makes a remark Wolves are capable of taking down EDWIN SFEXCER.; the same being the, sth day of said month and! a
without desiring that it shall reach the legal, sales day. within the legal fajurs of ..I!
I and most of the contents were destroyed longer be any question as to the extent ears of others besides the one directly grown animals, but in summer hunger ATTOR EY-AT.L.-\, the property described in said final decree as<

and put of the wharf was and gravity of the distress now seldom induces them to make the follows:
0 addressed and here the peculiarly false OCALA, 7-9-y FLORIDA. A certain lot. parcel or piece of land ,
I burned to the water's edge. Sever. i! prevailing in London The Tri struggle I and in winter they prefer lyinu
| says sound of the voice is attributed to the being and situate in the county of ttarlou.
I al vessels were hauled out into the j ji i ii bune's correspondent in London. of motive. On lower altitudes. There are many stori..stold U D. FULLER; state of Florida, being the !southern part of tile
absence of singleness of the lordly ram doing battle :___ southeast quarter ((5. e. k)of section thirty (]II)
i bay and escaped serious damage. The Many thousands of men "fa excess of the other baud the wavering toue and tow ship flirt-'n ((13)) south range twenty-tw-'

| firemen succeeded in saving other I the usual number are now unemployed. timid with wolves, which are on a par with DENTIST. (22)) east and more particularly described f'
of vulgar
affecttd the are
!! buildings on the wharf, thus averting Things have reached a serious pass in ascribed accent to another form of insincerity the et'iry of leaping) from dizzy: heights. Over Monroe&Cbambliss Bank, Ocala Fla.M. section commencing[30]. thence the north southeast fifteen corner[(15] of chaws sit,

The old rams are cunning, and in this thence west forty [ ] chains to the boundary
[ what promised to be a serious con- the East End of the metropolis, while the wish to imitate others 40 west
namely, line of said
THOMPSON. southeast quarter of section
I Cagration. The total loss it is esi the tide of alien 1 immigration is stead with whom one happens to be when lies their greatest safety. They are J thirty [30]; thence south along the said wr-t

i l V tlmated,. will not exceed $25,000. ily rising higher and higher. A serious they are of a supposedly higher social perfectly at home on rocky ledges, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. boundary line of said southeast quarter to tll"
southwest corner of said southeast
where the wolf is not, and if they can onjutrr;
state of affairs exists also in standing. The attempt is sure to fail Office over Tea-pot Grocery. Opp. Montezuma. thence easterly along said south boundary hue"

f,r.1 Grain Elevator Burned. I I other parts of Great Britain. An end- and the result only in the suppressionof gain such a position they will with OCALA, FLA. to the place of commencement. containing m.Hv
one charge, hurl the wolf to the rocks [60] acres, more or less. December a, 1oa.
f.'f' Chicago, Jan. 19.-Fire today destroyed less stream of country bred folk are all evidence of the speaker's own GEORGE; M POWELL
.. Lel w.-\. J. Stone in Outing. I CHASE W.
a grain elevator at 377 Car :I pouring into the overcrowded cities personality! the voice as well as in J Ja.solicitor. bpecial jlatrComplainant's Il 5

roll avenue, belonging to the Eckhardt while Canadian farmers organize expeditions the manner. Thus sincerity, paramountin DEXTI T.

& Swan Milling company entailing a I to search the old country all art is basic in breeding as well. Brim and I'.Iuck. OCALA' I A The above sale U pontonedunUl the fir.iMonJaj

loss of $73.000. Adjoining property i, for much needed labor and offer! good which is the art of life.: In one of the middle cities of the in February, A. D. i United States there lived a local wit (iw.M. ron 11 L
iras slightly damaged. wages for efficient men without satisfactory Special &Uur
and his favorite butt Both Were prominent .., .,.., ,
response. Lead I'enoll Experiment !! .a.": .

I'L BOWEN AT CHARLETON. Official statistics show that the British An English statistician was asked clubmen and enlivened the same NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

' emigrant does not generally!! electto how many words could be written withan social set. One was named 1'luck and Fc!' _
the other Brow Black was immaculate f; nearly
\ United States Minister to Venezuela I' make his home in the British colo I English lead pencil and. being determined yoncE IS:; HERESY !THAT 1'lH k

Enroute nies. Of 205,910 emigrants from to answer It. hi bought a lead in hid dress while Brown was h ce:1tu'yf ., and by \iitae of a decree: of fornU: -t'teNjilp

to Washington. this. careless, often wearing his finger nuils :-n.l -,- mad---. rnH-- .-.".-.-.-*.-.-.Ii- ttv.., tti....- mmnt--.-.... .."..i.ttr ....
Charleston S. C.. Jan. 20.-United I country last year, 108,501 went to the pencil and Scott'a "Ivanhoe" and proceeded '" the 4th judicial circuit ofi-Iorida ia and to.t
in and ecrute collar witha
States United States. This to copy the latter word by word. mourning an f the county of Clay. In chancery sitting mi the
dispatch boat condition of
Dolphin. from full dress cult. But family connections 1 RTyS .,.I day of December. 1903. in m e-rtaiii ...atthcrtui ....,
. Kingston Jamaica. things has induced lIe wrote Jj.CO's words and then was .*udi
with Minister H. one newspaper to excused his shortcomings. One p g wherein the fcnn) h.iiua
W. Bowen to Venezuela, and Mrs. Bow. declare that the future of the British obliged to stop, for the pencil bad become fA (oll1"any for Insurances on Lives and Grain\r g
I evening the pair arrived at a receptionand Seeds Amniilirs is complaInant. and the Jack.-yn,I i.!
short that he could not use it
en aboard came into harbor this race is imperiled by the draughts so wet the hostess simultaneously. 1':1I1l1'a & Key West Railway Comnant Ainr
A German statistician who heard of V"- \\ ,! D. B. Williams. Robert II. .
made it from America t.a'n' tcii CT'n!!'a famous i morning. Mr. Dowen upon and that inevervrs
leave the withit The two names mentioned togethersuggested l H1j r.I."p: !>&. en Si !,, ty Rogers. II.T Kendall aaasI.unet-t.
I hip at noon and proceed to Washington the greatest and most beneficent workof this experiment was dissatisfied a bonmot to Brown, but the all rl because all the lead in the pencil was PtI i>3e t>all.! pl1C1U1U1. H.'ik Edward II. :McDonald. Harriet \\ ., ..
at 5 o'clock. lie will not talk British statesmen could perform for disastrous. D.M.FtRIIVLCO. .
opening was Iiuk \\ Pope and the Mississippi Vailn k. .1u
I of conditions in Venezuela until he the welfare of the nation would be not used on the work and therefore he "The colors are much in evidence b. belr..I", UUU i'ompanv are defendants i will offer u>! vi.1
I bought a pencil and started to copy along very 1L : 'nil! -.ii l to the highest bidder for cash ot Mil 'u
has reported at the state departmentMr. the inauguration of some scheme for German novel. When the pencIl tonight," said :Brown :!t .. 0 ,icr\ before the courthouse dooi of the.nil

Bowen said that he was going to redistribution: of the British people To which their l"stess replied, "Yes, L''";TILy ofCa! >'. state of Honda In the CH ..itGreen
I I was so short that he could not handleit -- _. Cove springs;: therein. on the
Washington to represent Venezuela on from the :British empire. I see they are, and, if rumor is to !bo
with bib:: fingt'ra. he attached a bolder 11>it Mondav Ftbrtary, A. D t9"

the commission which would prepare I to it, and it is said that he wrote with credited they are fast colors." --- the same being the second day of said m"i:th
I the plan for arbitration: of the difficulty FOUR MEN CREMATED.Lose : : I' "No. no." broke In Black; "Brownwou't ; 1 anita kgalsalesdaywithin the legal b.uir.I
this one pencil 400,000 words. Possibly 'sale the pr peny described m said decree .."
1 between that country and thaI I however, his pencil was longer or wasn. -Argonaut :II follows:
I European powers. He was not an attorney Their Lives In Hotel Fire at Remember : The mortgaged propehy mentioned and described .
I the lead in it was of a more I in said decree and in the bill of Coinplaiut : -
for Venezuela he plained Mcrrissey B. C. quality. The ('omllRcJ"w n.n"OD. in said cause, aticulatly (icacrttx ,n

'.. and was not to be remunerated for his Morrissey. B. C., Jam 20.-Pour men _ An amusing extract from a Belgian II Exhibit 'G" thereto excepting the lands theretofore -
II ,= :-=-- '- -- :: __ ....ld decrtred in Exhibit "H" to the
)1 services by the Venezuelan govern. were burned to death In a hotel fire ni.iik.-a RsoiUm.' paper gives the following incident: I,I ---- .III said bill to-wit. onuatc. l>ingaid being m the j

? cent. He was acting at the request here last night. Pour others were "What's tie matter with you?" asked A woman whose husband bad lost counties!> of Bre a"I..-hay, Citrus.. Dade. Ue&ofo,
II i CAN sell the : Lake, Lee Man 'oc: Orange,
I of and from courtesy to the Venezuelan missing and it is believed they also his wife. his life in a railway accident received Y\JE Osceolo. St Johns. Sumtrr. Vomsia Polk and

government and at the desire of perished in the flames.' "I'm feeling lonely" was the reply. from the company 10,000 francs byway smallest article or a Putnam in the State, of Florida and described' '
as follows I P.l.
the hope that SIIRDh. .hn .n. ..m Tie Spooner hotel leased by A. "Don't you like this town?" of compensation. Shortly after _\\1 :' \HB10S COfSTV. *y S3;

the United States government In the Johnson caught fire by the overturning "I don't like this earth." she heard that a traveler who had losta ;; carload of anything pertaining ': .Northeast quaucr ol northeast quarter and

hope that his undertaking would bring of a lamp In the barroom. The "What's the objection to it?" leg had been paid 20,000 francs. south half of nonheast: "qua.ter. lotoi,e. section
seventeen township thirteen rrnge twenty-ox,
about an early settlement of the trou proprietor roused up the guests most "People are too egotistical If there's The widow at once put on her bonnet ::1 to Hardware, Iron containing one hundred and fifty-seven "CLA

ble. of whom escaped In their night anything I hate it's egotism. And when and shawl and went to the office of the ::1 deposit will be required to be m.t'., by each.
Pipe Nails Powder, Dynamite bidder with the master in cash or by kaUs..,
Mr Bowen said that the Venezuelan clothes. All were coal miners or pros- I see kings suing about confidently and I company."Gentlemen. II I lory certified check before bidding of two
things and diplomats trying how is this?" she asked. per acre upon the lands mclwit d in am our
pfjtors. It was Impossible for doing ; wrong;; ;i
government had allowed] $5OUO the Lime, Cement, Stoves.TWENTYFIVE offer for bids. U. U. BUCKMA:
for the expenses of his mission which proprietor to reach all the rooms. The all sorts of insincere tricks with "You give 20,000 francs for a leg and ,I I I, 121:26: Special :'It.-Ier.

I "omplcte effrontery and lawyers seek- you allowed me only 10,000 francs for
he would account for in the usual form remains of the four dead men have not

and that besides this there would be been identified. The property loss is *:1;; applause for arguing on the wrong; the loss of my husband! CARLOADS ;i iI NOTICE.

jide of a case, and everybody displaying "Madam" was the reply "the reason I I
no expense to Venezuela for his $4,000. Morrissey is a small coal !
mining town and has no fire protec utter selfishness without a blush, I Is plain. Twenty thousand francs 'I IS OUR In the Circuit Court ofthe Fifth Judkul t.,'."tin

tion. am forced to the conviction that I am won't provide him with a leg, but for ::1 WAREHOUSESA1RD and for Marion county in Chalicel'}'.

the only consistently high toned and ten thousand you can get a husband." I II CbarhsV. :Miller complain \> I'renlh-
SEVEN DEAD ALTOGETHER. moral gentleman on this globe. And it I I It t -::-= c- --. _::.-=-=.:o. Cbeeney, et. aL dt'! ndant.TT .-.
makes me feel lonely." II ]Mourners In Red. IS ORDERED THAT PRENT0::
Mississippi Treasury Shcrtage May Involve I 1 Ch""oey.lane: C. M-t.:BeMi' r. .' I
: Victims of Battleship Explosion Bur. There can be no doubt! that in the "andcrpooEujtcne\ Vaudi .ji "<,1 Wm : l.i' .

l Jackson Bankers. ied With Military Honors. A Qnalot Epitapb. I dark and part of the middle ages red, : mm! H[ Co. defendants herein named. ,oil they :ir< tl .< ", _
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Jackson. MIS&. Jan. 20.SubpoenashAH' >y rcqIl rt'.1 to appear to t < lof C<.n 1':.imi ..1.s.uri
Washington. Jan. 20.-The following Here is an epitaph which may be and not black was the favorite mourning In

and km piepared for the officials I cablegram was received at the navy read iu an Englinb churchyard attached I color! throughout Europe. Even Qaincs\ille, Florida. lIf'/IIM.1. tin. mmd dav < ." 'r.h. 1. I>
impl-iyos of the several banking
department from Rear Admiral Hig- to Leamington church: down to the end of the fiftl'enthen- It i*HIcd that a copy I :viortitr t.r \
instituLoLa in Jack oD to appear before I 1i:1t: d"llc' a ueek for tug:'! astculixtithc u ,-
I "Here lie the body of Lady the change from blood red to
giDeon dated San Juan Jan. 18: tury :; < >fa!1.' Kmi'tr :;-,rTjt rUonc
tiu Hvyi la: t-ounty grand jury andt. "Seven dead altogether Robert O'Looney, great-niece of Burke commonly blade: was not complete though ilIad tins tlicijth Udo : -jan ,\. I'
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lt what know concerning the SbTld"
iiit-y called the sublime. She was red clotlun In .
elGlks'I'rt' worn over ,
F. H Loesser '
Rule S. F. Lainowsky -7- : t. r Oru. i.
li jtni.j ol mon-y from the state treas- K. J. Platt, Andrew Hendrioksen Albert Bland Passionate:; and Deeply Ueli- Abyssinia the mourning color !" a rul H I. M.IS-t., t .

ui> uj Unkcih diirms; the administrate gious: also she painted: in water (colours dish brown. In Turkey it i i'illh'T.. :i C 'ill d",1> -,Sll.CNOTICti. ..
Tacke. Walter W. Shert. -- ------ -
:! u! i \-Treas-r!: Stawers. who res't'i. and sent several pictures to the exhibi color closely allied to red. It N a oiinous .
"Two living: Patterson and Dos-
; !! ., I on aei'oar.t of the $100,000 I tion. She was the intimate friend of fact that among the Maon,. 11 :N. \\

it.,. ;ci'idem. sett. Patterson's rerovery probable.Doett's I Lady Junes. And of such is the king I' Zealand red is the hue of sorrow. 1 1:1: In tIc f- : !U >irt: flat JiiiSn.j'v x -
I I : doubtful.
C.'i I : tm F. T. Kii'.iVrd. former cashier recovery dom of Heaven." earlier! times mourner-, daubed lilt l ,;r .)i H'jr: .1. .u ..ul lor "- n t"i.n, ...
"The dead wee buried with! military
ii tinmasuij.. is ixpecuj" to beth i i liodustu) red Inks when tlJt'Y! !".. cl.anct
I honors at San Juan. Massachusetts P'I'me i !! I !: s] 1 :.1" <'os .' a t o:; a
: Ue Knew.
f and '
> 4' : \\tnPb in HIP investigation, lowed :t chief t" hiL'.Mve.. 4"1
i! now at San Juan S!>k men in hos I, I II '\11."r : ...". 'f f K'orit:' ". \ ,
aiijtnuld! his .mdowe substantiate : A truthful man who has just returned I the 1"\"<'$ ol the J! bo&Ile. "l':'" I II
i l-ital. Cabled Dunlap for !Information.T'i i r,'t \. V:.,.ncunoai.t
the tlijuxe mat.y!> Jlti1e! ; Pos< !h1 l to from atiriKiil !'.ajs he overheard I al-o coluid rtU.An!.
I < Ke: died; 3 p. m. Saturday; shert > between two I i i' Ii ( ,u Hi hi l> THAT 1FI-I.m.\: :<' .
tin ;.::.utl: jury it i i&: likely that &."* I the fullowingIIilluHt I' I ..-( r. \ -'; <:'- hiri ,m.,' I.
I ilii II Sunday! a.DELEGATION. m. Said II F, 'td . ,
t-ra' .u Jai'Icon's 1< citizens who :I feliow passengers. one: I a Fiivur. : '. 0 rtj : f'.1" tit. thr 1u i "t
:"t I! un< M lU .';" .
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an.a.u, .1 I in the banking) business "I wonder who that awfully homely A c main London. 1'. M.I::.rant l I1r .s': i.i i 1' .'/ :

ttii! hI'! ludictpj! i.>: complicity in the I WILL ACCOMPANY. woman i is?" *'n>srl.jibl-( !:.'IJI 11"i':1, ;, : [ .; ,. I .i ts$9P9 :. .urr.ft' > P.-tt! that pyutthi !' < ', '
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-)! I c t-k t s,.,ht r10 -
oth- :
eniK, :/I-m, nt 01 tuaaury funds, and I "Oh. that's my wife, rellit'tI the OUSJ'il'iSOf its d'I: !', I I'.. muY : ".. ,i ." t ( c..' t L inutr. onetint ,' ,"

thslicr.ff! will have the unpleasant I Governor-elect to Tennessee's Capi. ".\ iii'h.l: > 01 11!, ,:a.'nt i! \" \ : .... I' 1..1..
do know? You're not t- 1 :.MTKt: .NK
cut\ tal. you of of the d.I: 1- \ et I
dt plao'Dg! uiiiii: arrest some very I part any <) T. < 1 I IN C i k drum L.r:.

I niti,1; Ih'r onagI'S who stand quite Chattanooga. Jan. Governor- looking at her:" laUlfehuii'iit! will !", i M-:t duff 1" : C. .. nnnt Solmt .' i" ich&iious i and social circles. elect J. B. Frazier" leaves today: for "I don't nave to." reported l>rn!':I'ih to" lie -i -- -. -- ----

Nashville, where he will take up his NOTICE.

Appoints Negro Mail Clerk. residenc. Ttto AVays of ruttlns;; It. The r.ic '&it Ion.AttorneyIgnor.wc' I

Jackson. Miss., Jan. President His appointments will not be announced Oculist (after examination of the eye) of tho ;i.. ... Lllhe cit Coi rt of the Fifth Judicial C'rcu.i .

Roose\elt has again cemonstrated his until after his inauguration. -Yes. it is, as I supposed, a case of ruses no one. ;".. ; ,. /. *j! ofl'lo.ndalIlaud for Marion County, I

fondnfss for the brother In black by) I His message to the general assembly cLoroiditis exsudativn accompanied by Client-Except of course a l.iyr..- in Chancery j f

selecting a negro named Williamson has been practically compl ted. It partial micropsia metamorphopsia and Town and Country. CHAS. BLUM & CO. j. Walter Hood Complainant vs. Eliza Hood j

as postal clerk on the Yazoo and Mississippi I is understood that it deals chiefly with clironmopsie scotomata of singularly ---....... .. .. 517 and .'))l9! W. Bay fit. Defendant. if !

Valley road between Jacksonand the public school system and urges regular forms. Best Liniment on Earth Jacksonville Florida1ADMINISTRATOR'S To Eliza Hood, Defencant, : I
Young Lady-There! And ma said I ARE HEREBY REQUIRED; TO APpear .-'
Greenwood I that broad foundation be laid. It y'OU
and there have been a
D. Baldwin to the bill of "
it was only a sty coming! Henry Supt. City complaint tied herein 1agai'.siyoam
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eome mutterings of discontent over is also understood that he disfavors the above entitled: cause oTher -f
I Water Work bhullsburg, Wi., before l
the matter.' Several white postal back taxation. NOTICE.
Ih'I..T flair Oil. "Iliavetrml kintlof; fjnJayt, thand Jajr vfMgrf fIt
terks writes; many : d.D.yaj.
desired the but failed to The Hamilton! County Democraticclub "
run. '
Tommy (inquiringly} Mamma is liniment but have never received "foncE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALl. is further ordered that a copy of thiaorder
to. ret It. The postofflce departmenthas will send. a delegation of 300 to !, creditors, legatees and distributees to be published once a week for lour consecutive 1 ]1
this hair oil in this bottle? present
just ordered the establishment! of attend the inauguration. The Man much benefit until 1 used Ballard's.Snow : their accounts and demands to the under. weeks in the Ocala Banner, a newspaper pub- ]
Mamma Mercy, no! That's liquid and signed administratrix of the estate of J. L lished in Marion county, Florida. j
a small! mall service on the Greenwood ufacturers' association sends 50, the glue. Liniment for rheumatism F a"ter. deceased within the next two yearsor :, Witness my hand and seal of office this tie I

express, a train leaving Jackson at chamber of commerce a large delegation lll ing. I think it the bed liniment on the same will be barred. zctU day of January, .'\. V., 1903.sealiftau .
nonchalantlysuppose: ( s. T SISTKCXK.: '
Tommy ( This jd day of December.
3 o'clock each afternoon and the notro while all the county and city of- that's why I can't gtt my hat- CJI!. earth." 2-x% "C' aud 1,00 bottle at SUE 1902.D. FE4STB2. i?? Clerk Circuit Court. 1 i

will go on duty In a few dUlL J ficlals will go. the AntiMonopolyDrugstore.. m U'S.ft Adouni.trbtrix; R. n. BULLOCK Complainant's Solicitor. 1.23 I

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JIi es Misses Lulu and Couch Agnes Entertain.Conch en- " " ". " ',.," " " '" '!" " " " ;

tertained the Friday evening card! .
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club at the residence of Dr. Barr, ou ---
Leighton avenue last evening. The
meeting was thoroughly enjoyed by ::: ABE JAKE -

t everyone. The score cards were pen
and ink itches of ''G tetou and Al-

phou+e." The lad if."' prize, a fern !
di.,hand frru was won by Miss Lea, TEA POT GROCERY

; : and the gentlemen's, prize, a pen and I
ink sketch of "Gaston aud Alehouse,', I -
fell to Mr. Oritf Sproull.} An elahoI I Ltt.- ---
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rate luncheon was served at the conclusion ta-- ---
of the game.-AnuistonAla.) .
cor. to Atlanta Journal. -__--_
Why Not Make Him Comptroller. L S .
State Auditor Knott i* favorably REAKEAST
mentioned by a number of the state Ir
papers for treasurer in 1b 4. Mr. --...
Knott is a very efficient man for the -
office, but we have yet to hear of any LD-- .I -
objections to the present obliging and I I! I I
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competent state treasurer, J. B. I i I I ,
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\Vhitfield.--Gainesville Sun. ---- t I --.,

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Death of a Prominent Citizen. : I I _
merchantof E: ; ; --
Mr. Andrew Johnson a 1 C j.ftl : ; --G
Dunnellon, aud formerly major! of I I I
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that city, is dead and his remainswere '
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taken to Clearwater where they I I I .;,.::1j j I l I j ......
were laid to rest Tuesday. -- i j : 1 : I : __

The deceased was about forty years I' !a CE: ;I I I j.H: : --

of age, came to Florida from Alabama : I I c< C J\t.J.,i :i I : __a _
and was a man of fine business e- I. i I IJ1> I I ___
t I i I t : : I .
qualities. r'\J.rf: -
He leaves a wife, two children anda E ; I /V VrfV.\.I I :
pAN CAKES or Griddle Cakes are
host: of friends to mourn his loN: ... I H _t. }_! "I I i I :

Col, Bob McNamee and the Labor E i i 'j : '
old the
Journal. I as as English language and are
Toda)' i issue; of the Labor Journal I 7 j I

goes for Col. Robert McXamee "with ::-= I: i r 1 y/.u\V\V." ] ,I I. ; likely to endure as long. =:
the gloves otP1 as a result of the re- I I r -.9tr

cent injunction the colonel and unpleasantness Editor JO between Oll. : iij :I I i Wheat flour makes a good; griddle f

A Among it refers other to him affectionate as "political appellations ebarlatan :: ,. t Jf' ,!' ''i! I cake In skillful hands, but to some per.3

," a "political grafter," "a no .
mad,a Gipsy! ,a floater," and asserts E : : l 1 sons it lacks character and taste. ===

that he is: just as reliable in politicsas I h1 I I I -.. ..
a fox ia in a hen roost, and he will E I : 3 I i Rice itself is
j I I by open to the sameobjection :
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bear watching as long as there i< ... I ./ .. I .. .
chickens in sight."-Tampa Times.' i y .v l I' ........
:: : IS while corn meal goes to the
Throwing Mud Bouquets at Each Other. !

Editor Bakerof the Sanford Chronicle I I i other extreme, and to some palates is of
is engaged in a controversy with I i -
Editor Tomhn-ou, of the LakelandIs'ews. I
It has readied the bitter personal I I too coarse or 1 pronounced a flavor.
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: stageas witness the following -G

paragraph) from the I tofct iue, of the E A mixture of all three of these grades blends their varied flavors
Chronicle: "The latkelahdewsed- IP --
a ____ a
itor still harps on the mule being E into one taste to which no exception be taken i
without pride of ancestry or hope of can by any one. =:

which is altogether applicable -
to kiniit-lt. For we have tuo of EE We sell Hecker's Old Homestead Pancake, the best to be had. --4/1

the finest boys that ever gladdened! afalbtr'

heart, while he has not M> :: The proper quantity of raising powder is already added and nothing is ai r. .'
much asa rg baby; and as for ancestry ..... --

hU,left ours otl.started" with Adam-where E left for the cook to do but to moisten \vithvater or milk and bakeE ---a

A Neat Compliment For Miami. ----
The idea of having churches at hungry family will do the rest.
Miami i is j-ouiethiug we can't under -<

stand. \VhereHeaeiibegiufchurdiesbhoulil &-- We also have Hecker's Self Raising Buckwheat, Yellow Corn 3
end.-White i Springs. Herald

A Good---Recommendation."I ---- E Flour, and Griddle Cake Flour all self raising and equally as good as the =--:-

have noticed 1 that the sale on
Chamberlailie's Stomach &Liver Tablets Homestead Flour. : -
is ull1lO..t invariably\ to those who ::--
have once tied them," says Air.J. II.

Weber, Iowa., a prominent What better drug!recommendation ut of Cascade t;c--::: Purina Pan Kake Flour Purina Health Flour, Ralston's Breakfast -: --

could any medicine have dE
I than for people to J.'all for it when Food and Barley Food Cream of Wheat. ---
ai.r ain in need of such a remedy:' Force, a breakfast food fast ,
Try them when you feel dull biter eat-

your iujr! when mouth you, feel have bilious a bad h,: ve taste no apptiteor HI- E- coming to she front Oat Meal and Pettijohns Breakfast Food and in =::

when troubled by coniUpat'on -
: and I you are certain to be deligh.ted : E fact that
everything to make breakfast
with the |'rnniit relief which they goes a easy.
: atlbrd.-For sale by AntiMonopolDrue Q om-' i f

Dru:ritore. m := Include some of these breakfast foods in
t, :. Christmas Aftermath. -- your next order If YOUdon't

r Having had chm-olate) creams and
: I j diamond unbur!'ts ;Jm its milt! no EE-- trade with us, we want you to We have the goods and ourG
f doubt _
it will cost! the stocking many

f a pang logo hack to corns and bun. E prices are right. We run an exclusive grocery and know
iuu-j: "Brenham (Texa) Banner. your wants -

r It is said! that J. PiUI'olltrorgan'" ----

daughter I is U>;niarrya French noble- E Yours for more business, ::]
, [ man and thai thejiouple will be given >-
. t j thirty-Ms million dollars to start rfCht--- ..-..ct81
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