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 30, 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
29.187778 x -82.130556


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 His interests here l are in I

-- the hands of Townsend Bros. I ,
Martin Hammer
-r 'r Everybody Busy at ,
-- Col. John M. Martin will plant a I
Harrow and Plow Everywhere
-- --- Evidence. a large .top this year. His Englishpeas II I I HARDWARE. I

I are in fine f-hape. He has had
Drink i i i MARTIN, FLA., Jan. 2 I I I "Oak Ridge," the famous orange I I
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner
Sash and
grove of ten yeus of !age fenced and I \1'1\iP\; Farming
j The Easterlies Bros Co., have fold I
I VITOL : will plant it to cantaloupe The Doors, ]/ilr*' Tools. .
line fourth interest in all of their
colonel will than double his:
'- Bros. Co. of more
the Lyons)
v "r properties to ,
Ready Mixed
Brother acreage of last year. 4 t
9 -- -- New York. sterling are I 'r Paints Etc. '
r- -"r I. the largest growtw of cantaloup sand Laborers< are tCirce an I steadymen '

... 1T -"'. watermelons in the world and the i that really want to work have I

.- \ i no trouble in getting regular work at
.-.. '_ Lyons Brothers Company handle
more cantaloupes than all other firm!*! 1a ,

I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE in New York put together. They George Easterling has returned

from an extensivr European trip.
I'S, make a !:pt' iajt}' of furnishing the"swell"
H -S Martin is to have a six hundred and
P -S hotels and restaurants and
. -- stock farm "Meflert's FURNITUREFOR
forty acre ,
also make large shipments to the nearby

H Ocala, Florida | small towns in and about New Mead." The farm will be stocked

-- --- York. with with all kinds of fancy breed

r- -- cattle, hog, and horses. This. will be
-- -- This combination make a strong I
-5 that a great help to the farmers in this EVERYBODY!
firm and there U every prospect ,

lauiiiiiiikiikiiiiikiiiiikiiiiiiiiiiikitiiikikkjiiiikiikii!1 l l '. jiiiiijiMr. they will make enough to keep them I and surrounding counties. It will

them chance to their
give a improve
operating here at Martin a greatmany
I s'ock. (ltilnmh'r. Side IlnanN Ixiungo

J. B. Cutler was a prominent I Mr. F. Rachmann, of Hamburg, I years. The firm has just pur- Mr. Mfflert is not only a moneymaker asps,, ItiM-king; Chair, Tables
thawed the Marshall place and will Ut'd. Lamp-! Hook ('a-te.
visitor in O ,l Monday.. Germany who U connected with thehoiphate be U i a money uer and i is always
establish on Its three thousand acres In Tact anything: in the liirniluro lire that jouuant woiiaiu
> firm of Pc-hiimanu .\: Beue,
planning something that will be it. Cite us a call and bt' cormnccd.Old .
)Ir. S. W. Teague left Monday for one of the best truck farms in central
arrived in Ocala and will
Monday to the committees where he
Jacksonville on a business trip. remain Florida. Martin I is to be headquarters, 1h..lp Bazar Stand. Corner Ft. King and Magnolia St.
for several months.
operates. He will have a nice house
at least for the present and probably OCALA FLORIDA.
Mr. Louis Duval of Leesburg built on the stock farm and vt ill have
Mi'h Mary Reardou returned home later spurs, telegraph offices! and all -
Sunday with friends in Ocala.Mr. everything In charge of competentmen.
spent Monday afternoon from a four other needed conveniences will be

Hamp Chambers came down month's it with her sister: Mrs 1V. placed right on the farm.L. .

Monday afternoon from Orange K. Peudleton, at Chulotte, N. C., and .. M. Lyon of New York, has been Tot Causes Night Alarm.
"One night brother's baby was
with friends at Augusta, Ja. here on a tour of inspection with J. my
Lake taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. C. A HEAVY REWARD !

Among the visitors to Ocala Monday Miss Emma Footer of Philadelphia It Eaterliug and George Ea terling. Snider of Crittendon, Ky. "it seemedit

ThIIr all well pleased with the would strangle before we could geta
was Dr. W. R. 0. Veal of Cotton formerly of Gainesville i expected

to arrive In Ocala: thin af- l'ro"l't'Cts for an early planting. doctor so we Dr. King's New In ease to mind and pocketbook will be reaped by the

Plant. ternoon to spend a ft'Yo'wt'k*, with E P. Townsend is all smiles over and Discovery, which gave cured quick it. We relief always person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
i is iu permanently
:Mr. Clifton Tamp, Albion "
killed four
his "i-ork He has
the family of Dr. Dan Morgan Smith. crop. keep it in the house to protectour county before investing his money therein.
the city and ii a guest at the thousand pounds and has as much
children from and
croup whoop.
House. The many Ocala friends of Mr. Phil DO NOT WAIT until you and your money are
more which he: will sell to a firm in ing cough. It cured me of a chronic
Hrown will be pleased to learn that he trouble that other parted before obtaining your abstract of title from us,
Jlrssrs. K A. Standley & Co. rectived : Barnwell, S. C. This firm, Easter- bronchial no remedy

a carload of very flue mules has been honored with au appointment ling, Patterson & Co., is buying a would relieve." Infallible for -"No use of locking the stable after the horse is

to the board of directors of the coughs,colds, throat and lung troubles.
Monday large quantity of Florida porkers and gone. We will also be pleased to look after your
erne and $1. Trial bottles tree at the
Virginia Milit try lustituteat Lexiug- having them cured in the Benjamin Store.; 3 taxes for
Anti-Monopoly Drug you.
Mr. I. L. Meiggs, a prominentmerchant t"U.
house. have paid 6
Packing They -------------
of Orange Springs is a vise -- ----- WRITE US. -
cents net fur all they bought. The Mr. Holder Hurt.
Rv. and Mrs. J. C. Porter and R v.
itor to Ocala.
L. B. Warren hive returned from hog industry has been very profitablehere The m'\uy flieuds in this city of Marion County Abstract Company

Little Miss Hilderbel Chace, of Lake City where they attended the this year. A number of thrifty Mr. Edward Holder will regretto

SUrke, spending I few days with Baptist state convention. Mr. \Vurren farmer have not only raised enoughmeat learn that he wa hurt in a runaway OCALA FLORIDA

her brother, Dr. J. E. Chace. was arco'iipauied home by Rev. for their home eon"urnpti
W. Career, I). D of Louisville but have had considerable quantitiesto "- were unable to learn the particulars >AAiWVVVMVW Ai
Rev. J. P. Hllhirn passed through
put on the market. but understand that a small: bonein _
Ky, who will be hn guest; for several -- - -- -- -
tola Mondiy afternoon en route
Potato digging has! been going on one of his legs was broken. While
from Palatka tr Dade City. da}s. _____ ___
for the i part few weeks. Enormous the fracture i U in no way xerious it IUBBARD & MACDUFFHARDWARE
I A party of realty Atlantbm who
s Mr. Frank Clark-ton, a prominent yields have characterized most will neces-itate: Mr. Holder's remaining
about mouth each
spend a winter at
4? citizen JtcKHonville, !b< in Orala patches. F. M. Townsend dug five in his room for several weeks.
Hon ost a fishing aud hunting/ were
and will g|>end a few days with us. live hundred bushels from an acreand His friends here wish him a speedy I
in Ocala Saturday ou their way home
a fifth. From other patches he: recovery.
Mr. J. R. Throutou, of the S. P. after a very t'lIj"'ablt season of t-port.
I The party: counted of Pr A. W. Calhoun dug enough to fill two potato houseswhich Mrs. W. B. Frazer. ]OOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICU LTC HE tM P L E
Richards Compiny, Atlanta, Ga., was
hold over a thousand bushels
K. C. Peters, F. P. Rife, L. II. From BeUey Hamilton.
in the city Saturday interviewing theprinters William KuoUock the veteran Mrs. W. B. Fraz-r i'lwarm personal : BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTS, DEERE: PLOWS
Hl'ck. D. P. De Rau-sure and C. E.
farmer and trucker got over two : t friend of mine. She; is pronounced -
Conner, aud they stopped( at the OialaHouse.
Miss( Mattie Iituer who has been hundred bushels from an acre. He by all who have heard h..rt WIRE NAILS PAINTS PLANET JR. GROVE CUL
They report that unless thereis
kick for the put fortnight, was able to : nude in all five hundred bushels. E. one of the tin st readers: and delineators
i some restrictions put UI'Ol1lh nShermen
be at her place with Mayor Fished P. Townrfeml raided three hundred of character in the south. Her
t-eiuini: in there waters for the\
Saturday.Mrs. bushel, and Xep'uue! Brown dug dialect i is .
negro simply perfect.Evrywhere
market there will in a few years be noti..t. LANTIC WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TOOLS,
-"--- ---- --
eight hundred bushels to eat with.his Mra. Frazier goes her
'. They contemplategoing, to13'-
C. C. Told and daughter
J three thousand pounds of pork.H. audience is delighted and charmed, ALL KINDS OF COOriNGS'lOVES
Rexle port next s-eason.
) returned Sunday from a few
X. Kuoblock will! kill eighty and want ht-rto come again.
I da1 visit to MM I. :M. Barton at
f. Deep Mystery. hogs. He also ba.1 I a fiue yield of Mrs. Frazer will give au entertainment GLASS AND PUTTY, IlEA TEP.St GRANITE
Duuuellou.M .
It is a mastery why women endure potatoes. in this city Tu-sday evening

l j. J. K. }1'ritst of Eureka: a backache, headache, nervousness: .Miss Theresa Rernbert is here visiting February, at the armory. IRON PIPES AND 'ITAND TINWARE CUTTINGS -
slerpiesMies-*, melancholy, tainting .
--- "-
factor of the Misses Atkinsou.
prominent in the commerce
and dizzy spells when thousands have lost-Reward. EVERYTHING LERY, IRON AND STEEL
the Otkl ,wahrivt'rt! wa pleasant proved that Electric Hitters will Clark and Ray have almost completed ,

callerat this ( fll.'e Monday quickly cure such trouble "1 Buffered their turpentine camp. They Several thousand dollars invested
(and lost! ) in lands in Marion county N THE LINE OF BtILDBOL T5, ROPES. PULLEYS
forbears with kidney trouble, have about twenty houses finished
Conductor and Mrs. Lowry returuMurned writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peterson without having first obtained an
I aud are now waiting for the big 6x6w abstract of title from the Marion I ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE
Sunday from a short visit to la., "aud a lame back pained me
ell to be sunk to water. This firm Abstract For
: County reward -i
so I could not dress Hit Klec-
r" myself,
Mb-M.uri and! left Monday afternoonfor I
tric Hitters wholly cured I me, and I 11135 bought i olonel: Martin's fine, see another column.!
their home at Homoam.Mr. I. N. EXrtatIEi'J .
I although 73 years old, I now am able : body of timber and will turpentine it I I :; LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.

Arthur Master, ofew York to do all my housework" It overcomes I the next eight years after which it is I A Hog R7nch.JIr. Ocala Fla
constipation improvesUK 81're Hubbard & Macduff ,
11Im of Mr. II. H. Masters, arrival iu gives perfect health. Only 5'J. said they will put in a large wets mill i I .. Jimesdauiterssold: and deliveml -

Ocala and handle their own lumber. !| yesterday to Messrs. Anderson i' ___ __, ,_ f I
Saturday afternoon and will at Anti Monopoly drug ttore. 3 .

tpeud the rein tinder of the winter The A. C. L. bridge t building gangis I I Marsh one hundred and fifty head of !!l -ii!! !! R := .. & -;;: ::::'

here. Marri.d. unking Martin its headquarters. i j hogs for their hog ranch on LakeJuniper. I e

On the evening of the 21st of January I New bridges are being put in over. I
MM. J. A, IViniliNon and MNa \V1nu I I I WE EAT MEAT
1H03[ at the residence of the the whole system. i This ranch will contain about 25/KH) I

Donaldson, of (Carroltou Ky. bride's mother near Electra, Fla., I The building fever has run high I i acres and is said to be the finest II 61 -- -- To grow strong. Unless we get
fcrermrutarriviMn Oat and will I
Mr. C'. 1' Lutluian, of Jrlner Farai, since Clark and Ray and Fessenden j I country for hogs in the world. By B] good meat we may as well let HJ
I't'Ulllht' inter at Mrs.: C. J. Phil lips' I
on .South Third street. to Ii'Ivb: ::! Wilson, of Electra, I! Academy began buil dug. Those that t I fencing two milts they have enclosed 151a tai it alone. There Is no strength

Rev. R. I. Hull performed the imr- cannot build a new house are building !2,200: ) acres and by fencing twenty I ; ,' m tough meat-Instead of giving

; )Ir. t:, U. ('root, of rUtka, arnvnOiala ri,.ge ceremony in the presence or i new fences and new chicken coops. I two miles they will enclose the vimre I it takes! ktrfiigth to digest

e eel fsundty and on Monday friends and relativeslio: had us> I The ring of the hammer by the tired I :_5o00, acres.In 1 Wl ts8y' t! ti.rl.' it. It pay to be careful in

i! was checked iu as freight agent of the M-mbli'd to witness the marriage.. laborers even at night with torches in the summer the hog,; will'! feed 1I I buying meat-be sure to get

After the knot was till making them hand on of their shanties I tJ the best-tender and choice.
A. C. L. top nailingon
in this city in }pace of Mr. out iu the op-n oa palmetto berries, I Ie f ..

I Hay: Alvrorth, resigned. husband and wife, refreshments: were boards is not uncommon. mass; and other natural food products I +i r' Pay a little more if need be and

srrv d and then the young folks engaged I L. C. McLeo-J- siys will have and In the winter on acorns in the I ,; a puts imethingfuyourstomacb i

r Amoug other-l prominent: arrival at in JUn.-i.! and dancing till the I the Iine>t waternnIons in the state. stamps, which are most abundantand which will put feat on your

the OoaU H m-e Monday were the heart was merry and glad. On the Others may have larger crops but he II ripen from the early fall uutil r 1 t 1a bones and strong blood in your

MUlug! : K. I). Dodge :Mij IMls- following morning the newly married will have, the largest melons that late in the spring. I I heart. I
I bur). W. I Ifc Murphy, Frank Clark- couple left for their residence
at Floridasiiilvill! yitld.) He w til give )Ir. Hinders pays that this is un- I LEDWARDSBROS.Stall'

but Jacksonville; Alexander MeNril O'riner F"rnl.Iay the best of luck the 11\lllllnteuie cultivation aud fully undoubtedly the biggest industry I I .
Ij \; 2 and 1 ('it, Mark, Ocala "'Iu.
l, New \
York; M. C. Karmover, attend them is the wNh of sincere test its rapacity to produce choice foot and seems to him one of the j, miE.

Mttsburg, 1'a. f'mtxD. melons. most promi.-iug and profitable."8"f:1: ; : .:; !E : :5IL -Cti.!!


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There i is not a child in this broad JcNNIKGS.. FOR: WOMEN I _

anniversiry! of the birth of land who is not familUr with the
: BASKS. Zd tor. A Deljnd Newspaper Sty:
O H. V. Isce.houl.t with JII'U
-n. ever pn.-s well worn lin--, "Woodman, spare

P. Leavergoci, luslreis Vacager.MOTTO out Mmie ypecinl ci-imnt-lit in any chat tree,"and the tender entiincntev Hamilton Count; Democrats Say ro Stewart is Using his Ollie. to

the Anlo : iX'.n
country peopled by <
..ked is brcaus., the quotation Rode Rough Shod Over the Blast Good Man I Rep.
rtce, because he reprsiteil the Much That Every Woman

highest type of the Annonxou! touches the love we all have for ua- Committee. utatton.

family.a H" pxc-eded even : Lure, and the spring! of youth at the The di mocratic exeru'ive committ -
I Desires to Know "Isaac A. tstrwart. a aa u, I'.tupy;
C.iP1r In magnaminity ; he was IUII Name time. How iiim-h nearer ihr iif Hftiuiltou
county, -li-viug this week as a wiru_ !I..r/ re Ihr
of Hanuibtl In and!
equal resource
henrtof man and child' ohCluhllte l the
that their and
strategybe; was the superior ofXtpoleon powers prerogatives criminal court, of record ..r H ...

in calm cool and ... cry which il now going up of 'Susretbebirls o have l..-eti Us-urj-ed r>y the governor, I
I .
coniprhei About Sanative Antisep- rough county. Lait.prnitf, I :, i try,
t I II "_Couiier-Jour ?'' I..avin" the broad juesiiou .
.Mv n-i I
other th-ru
I > judgment. perhaps by patties to ing the alleged evidvur aqa .: Dr.
nal. ofrentini.-entirely out of the tI.5-1 I
e. unknown
unanimously adopted the
tic CleansingAnd John F. Fortt, prnidrtit "f 'dlUl
"Robert Edward Lee was the consummate cuiou and the situation frUgr&td following resolution
L'uirersity. Mr.: Stewart vi-n. I I"..
rioter, e f ('bl.alry.Vl..n il/cluI.* tome points which closely ",,,e, the dnnocmtic executive committee
pa by vooie ueth he died< the London Saturday Even_ atlVct the econoniit; ft'aturof our of Hamilton Florida About Ulcerative
county, Curing
: THE BANNER, BELIEVINGTIIOSg serion of slot of prva.- ..-rten
fug/ Review said that the country that daily life, and prove that the Ifeof desirr
to submit the of Hamilton
ABlE TOT to people -
AT THE TOP Pains and Weaknesses.Too beloDgitig to tbe Ru.....m ii tK-UfWeightnovel
ICII: CARE OF THEMSELVES: HAS produced such a luau can well afford the bird me-ii'S the death of the insect the facts .
county following : i who to little Hi-fo.,
TAKEN ITS STAND IS THE to look the country from which Bay while the life of the inject mans '.JIhn\1 Caldwell r
0\DES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, county trtlI..ur.H rough AND ITS FIOIIT WILL BE MADE FOR and sprung in the face. Win- a death to the hol'tof the'HLutl has Governor
rsigned. Jennings much stress cannot be placed on Stewart ,
obtained by were ">n>- < r two
TUB BETTERMENT: OK THOSE AT THE tlt.lJeott said Le uas the best soldier! a source of expense and inconvenience W. the great value of Tuticura Soap, Oint-
II. Greene
appointed treasurer
BOTTOM.: alleged to be from Mm I Vl.tLetters "fto
he ever aw on a field of battle. to the world! at large. The without the knowing- this ment and Pills in the antiseptic cleansing

--- --------- of the mucous surfaces and of from a patent t. a |I' .* Mare
When it came to the parting of the Almighty put both birds and bugs ;
ONLY A BARE SUGGESTION. committee, and without stjiug any- the blood and circulating fluids, thus always eoeaidrr-Ml tl... t1.' -' |.n-
his heart torn. He had earth. The buss rat
ways was everythingin
upon thin:; to the people about it. We, affording; pure, sweet 1: and economical vale property, t:. i 10 .:.-... '. ,,Uft
been so bu.y making history that he sight but the birds eat the bug", the committee do not know what I I local and constitutional treatment for .
Under hampered! conditions aud weakening discharges, ulcerations, inflammations will allow tb 'ri. j. t IJt' d.! < : ..1 u
had not heard the barking of the and it frequently takes a great variety )/
only for a short time, yet see what inducements or promise, if any, ,itching, irritations,relaxations evidence. ?f .:-. "U..11.! ( aj ..
little politicians on both sides who of birds to disturb the srretiityof a were made to Governor Jennings that I ,displacements: pains and irregularities .
an acknowledged boon putting coal peculiar to females. Hence the or eX"-'T 'a- i--ri. j t. (14.
were making p<>liti 9. He saw the vary Ing quantity and degree of bugs.
on the free list" i is to the people of the caused him to ride roughshod over I Cuticura remedies have a wonderful jug i.w .:tta., : .. "':tt:1IIart w !, ,L.tmiatt .
horrified Whether it be fashion foible influence in restoring health, strength
chasm widen and stood for or a
and i their wish .
people ? : .
whole tL.rttrr ,
country.It < m
I and beauty to wt'ary"omen, who i a 'u Ww,7.
he loved his country as! a soldier and natural cruelty, man slays the little '
\Ve do know that would rather have been and invalided
surely ought to serve as an object we prematurely aged H- ,ayhr t"tugb/ !.t 'llt
and 1 a patriot. Roosevelt whirlwind or color, ana hat and appe- I by these distressing ailment i ,
le trust the people!: to elect, I ihtn tl) the oferr, 'If ll2i111a.r.,11.'t.. ..
>l.-on. as\ well as eacn sympametic amictiom ..n.".
said : "Ilobm E. Lee was the greatest: tite are alike satiated and the crimson /
What a mighty boon it would be to have the governor appoint our officerswithout i anemia, chlorosis, hysteria, nervoo.iI deny that they i..>Ml. tt.* t.. ,:
i captain of the Euglish.-peaking race," drops from a myriid of tiny warbles their I ness and debility. err
the whole human family ifill restrictions knowledge or consent. I I Women from the very first have fill j Ii| that, if titt-Wart oitain-d I I..II. a' III.
which means that he was the greatest and the soft down of a milli'iu !
.. were removed from trade Why was there such haste? Why appreciated the purity and sw :etnr s, 1 be stole them. Tbi- qu...i i .. I.".
captain tf all ages. When rounded breasts is rumpled and crush I the power to aSord immediate relict.,
; the coal incident serves only a-i a not give the people a chance to say I' the certainty of speedy and permanent being settle! in Ht,.-tlt.rt u4l.: > .-i'v! ,

bare Appomattox came, then your Napoleon ed in death. Now comes the D.ivid: whom they wanted? cure, the absolute safety and great
suggestion.It !; I and it is ju-t lately I".I( !r would have turned like a ruined of scieueeand investigation who thunders '' economy which have mode the Tuticura
wool 1 not only put cheaper! and I Why should the governor make f Soap, Ointment and Pills the standard Stewart will l.t-.IMIVU-IP.I lOr .guy

gambler to the hundred days; your the propaganda that the birds appointment before the people! had skin cures and humour: remedies of the
more abundant fire in the hearth but and
serve a term i br-l&iulllw& i > : -
Marit>orough<>, in mad aiiibition to must be spared if the crops be :saved. civilized world.Millions .
it would put cheaper and more abundant I time to vote on it? This i is contrary of the world's best peopleuse "The letter- c t plc. -t 1 !"irtu

I retain i power, could have fallen into The boll weevil this year killed! cotton contravention Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuticura
in all
food on the table, cheaper and to custom, to certified by titv II rt ItIt IM-H,'r M I, -IL a
the blums from which But and other Ointment, for preserving, purifyingand
': they ro: more abundant blankets the bed drruocritic usages unfair and opposed beautifying the skin for the .
on cleansing as original-"er read i r' u.meeiit'gof .
and and this grand man, grander in defeat to the value over. $75,000,001)' iuTcXNsaloue. to the best interests of all the peo- the scalp of ern,ts, !scales and dandruff*,
cheaper more abundant th(-l I..t of tr',. -t..f
thin victory, rose higher and higher What about the birds:' and the stopping; of failing; hair for
.: clothes on the back* of many poor ple. Why take soap judgment aud eofteaiujj; whitening and soothing red, John H. 8l-l! *>u {'U'Hm.'t.\-' \ ," ""I' ,..
until he touched the very s-tars. He Their job was very much in evidence. make the appointment of ilr. Greene rough and sore huudain the form of
people.The baths for irritations her last, and thru WAS u" d : ,- HIthem .
accepted; defeat and saw that surrender Where were they? A"k the pot hunter before in annoying inflammations -
the knew'hat
ten men county and ulcerative weaknesses,and reflect
lo mi IIr> K."r rn: ay:
Tropi.-al Sun invite Bub MeXameetoWest was for the best.: the trapper, and don't fonret the Mr. Caldwell bad resigned ? for many sanative, antiseptic purposes
which themselves manner, but "" (..tI.H1 wfit al i..iii. t i instate
Palm Bt'achhtrt "Lt'eto the enemies. Them readily surest as
the saldkt'acry
rear, was em til boy-all deadly '
Those are ques ions that are bfit.gasked well as for all the purposes of) the *ll last -.uiiiiiicr tfilu! .* r, u.y
overcoats are not needed. in the thickest of the fight at the on every corner. stories of what hi- c''nld pr I\ -
bloody! angle. But fame caught the **arcs and the time was when ,'
We believe that eery officer, nllo- ,

Arrangements have made to ship bridle of Od! Traveler and led him to they nested in your fence corners and ti' nal, state and Bounty, should le H. Greene that be would ac pit interview"Wbilv with m Tamp( .u 1-r u\ .all t
one hundred thousand cattle from the front, and the white flower ofLee's sang; in your gardens They don't elected by the white democratic voters e office of treasurer of Hamilton tear-.t t \ w
I the uf the ,
a3 judge 'rill.IIIJ! ] urt.frecord
Texas to South Africa through the blameles-j life goes down the now. VbLitt'cary Bureau, H. & We county or any other office until elected -
are opposed 10 auy one man
of Volu
"ia i-'uu'y, 1t1l'1 'i- the
part of IVnsacola.The centuries iu front of all the t-oldiers." T. C.. 8mihern PacifiV. net of the offices l'y in* people.

h _____ _. or mm controlling There tbe furtherbu Offi-ial pOSIt in U t" Otfwl t1.. ..JiriTpereoual '
Fro'ii Rev. Carter H. Jones. address appearing no
of Hamilton Leave it to
New York Journal and American It Is up to Editor George. county. a $ictoss h* ftire the committee, same app> ur &L.rK allOl t <:.f err
at Louisville 1J.n.. J9 1903 I
: of ofhe
has purcha-ed a ::l(1Ohhitu: and Two or three of the state paper vote a majority people to adjourned sub jest to call of the chair mouth-was pul>ln>lud in UK !Ua"_r

will begin the erection of a tweuty- have mentione 1 Editor George Wilson say whom our treasurer: shall be ; this man. Tribune. E tri'-t-: "f tin- in'/ r' h";

story buihl'rig upon it at ouce. Newspapers in the Schools. of the JacksouvillTime Union i| is right ; this U fair; nothing more " F. Stewart, Chairman ; N. were pulli.h..t l m 'ib- Jv L. >i t I U

The principal of a high t-cbool in a spb-udid gubernatorialtimber. 1 than this is demanded and anything U
and-Ci'izen, HS trop..ltI".I..y
W. Marion. Secretary ; A. J. Gilt, J.
Mivouri city subscribes for a large he 'u.1! reflect less will he r. Ik'nted. ,
A s-UtU-Jdan has figured out that Ex tctly so- w W. Grenl. L. HorN, John T&vell. "While the -rvMwgiv I i. i n|

: theieare 3UOO.Ot)0) rats in the city of number of uewi-pipers 10 be read in credit ui the state and would h'>uor "If the governor can appoint & John Dradshaw, proxy for J. R. J -nnings. new-i1 *ti not t.talr ally ih.ti.: :nr

the school room aud the pupils are trmsur without coLsuliuig the -
Paris. This may (or may not as jou the rx<, cutive chair.-Penwwola Xew! people ." yond what have nil.:" uly l 1..1. ;?*.t i

required to tell at stated times or the or in of them he fill ___
spite can
see fit) account for '!te; way ParN Phosphate Mines Failing. by the taint of Ironer -\.'
Need of the Farmer's So .
news they bu been reading, the every other office that happens to be .
women curry thrirbkirlr. The R-i\al Phosphate Co., one t f deuily given wi'ti'ti-vie M : r. ''i'-'"
topi' s d'.1', 'ju"ked and tbe iwpreasions i vacant iu the same way. If our Although the farm keep4 lh> b"!I-
companies engaged in IUK I btlIulj..t., mi I 'It r> i1' < 'tirp
p the richest ..... .-,.....-- .-- ...." ... - -- _.&- auce of th- trite iu the ntMoi's
.\(; 'onlior to the report of the Com- madeuINtu'theluby what tbt-yjlmve the uiiuinsf of phosphate iu Al elms sueriu ui LaX cimtrvu'i m aujr UIUr1 rvtves'iga'tKi elate'.It-r IIr I'I 1' '
favor, furnish two ihir of
mi+siouer of Agritulttire, Hon. II. E. read in thecewsprs| iiHiuty, Kit., have d los ud down their officer should resign or die, would he 9 our exports /51' w.rl' dirty. tlri, ;:. "t-r.. \ II.

)(d.ill. there are llnnt: : ac-n-3 of The plan is sad to have leeu founduseful plants aud will not optT.ite th. machinery till these offices, too, the n-xt day contributes to our mauu ciur- by li'I'I.IJltlel..r s-ir( ..f.1mitt. .ft

ing by
vacant United l :S'.aUs lui.l in Florida, : in promotiti;niehtaldiscii-liue, lig .iu. "Tuis," says the viibout Diving the people a chau-e fool supremacy for providing cheap B. Stetwitibet. I 'UICrtIlt.' t"t.i iI ..
our mechanics
eutj ct to hoiue Uad.! as well as in krfpmg the pupil in UaiDt'sviIIVII, "app-ars to be the to bay who their servants shall be? t.'orupu .t.vrly This lMiar-1 i- ...,/Up. ..1 I tl .1.1v
little has been done toward
touch with current t1 and with Does he kuow all of .lq..1&t iUIr
.tllry our people M)
beginning of the end of the phosphate \\.8 Juuiint, g'"t, ruor .'< i if.I ,'te
The prt'"id"lIt of United States the the farmer for his work. 'f ) b. .urn,
the of eVt'Dts. 11 that dOt he
progress as or s depend on ,
I industry in Alachni county. It i ia of Honda ; Hon I H.I' ,t- > ''II.r.
governor of Florida!: a judge of one iif The u< this educator iueadvi > in this ? if the United states has done more for
wpaper, sms !J<> :"e s county so,
fact that the deposits are fast! pltyi' g mayor of Jji k.(1\( l I I I. H u II VOeLtud
t the of him than o.her Iu1S62
courts Florida, are all being: is a promoter of education and the that there have been no new who advises him anti where dots he any country. .
nut and fiiumler f be < it\ "r; !11->
t roasted llisjh! olli-iaN are citcbiug motive K>wtrof enurpri and th his to distribute the c ngre- en towed a::riul : | prog. ones found during:. past ye r. get authority Land ; Kev. W. N ( luu i I"' slevruerablt
it hot all round and it i is an ott of poiiiptni! have spent colleges to teach the sci-m! r.latiug
year rest: Ih y are a photograph of the Some large offii-ts of Hamilton county? lias it
and I.I -t ktoi., I; l ,
in politics, teH). tlnusaudsof doiltis prosiie,'ting this i to agriculture.: In 18*>7, 1j''I. I
I iimt-s and nuuuer*, not a musty record reached that poiut that the governor ,
but minister < !.-orifi e. \ ii I \ It
summer, but the result has:: be n a stations wTf fir
of the: am rUt3. It may be will of Flo ida knows who the p ople of provid rtr's'luI.b -
The few dfpima ; J-bo K. "- r'. Mi tn i I
president has appealed I to UIUIK he in .4' iu'o the
.' f> "Uih fur the youth of ihe country: are: tint the Held his l been pr-l y Hamilton county want to fill: the ..l'C'h, "f I'Itiiol.,Iphtt .. 3.

for an apptopriaticii of throe to grow up with a kn .w.e-lge; of the w. -eirched, "-- V-ir ri"-.t'I Fertilizr.B ofti'vs! of that county better ti1: u the o.tftinusofUit ure. \\ / '. Pt.t I.e.n.! VU, r .' [Hieintnil !

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million dollarto! relieve di-'re iu rise and full of the Roman Km: pi re n : p-'ll. do themselves? Dues theveruor But c"usidriuif thtt Atnenc
the Philippine. There is not enouahmoney pay more money for public educal on Ht-\.D 1>. M..r. 111'\ \ viU
aud I he deed of prowess and \a or oflheJreek K think that the people of

over there to pay the "l1kilil1allrl1illiterin \ and the laws of the lt"Clt- 1 Hamilton than a:!y other p-oi>le i>a > artlia,, I \ It. S. Wa.-Artii..*, (Ion v i -.t
county are of
'r \. Y'.rk J'os'e!
13.i.Istdivirt| *"
the affairs .
of the i I comptraliwly I
:In:1l' rsuubut it is even worn e.sseutiul L --\f\ government? I proportiouof.Lesum ... "Hu..r( I 1.\.y' I Rlr 1 B i i' .I r!

IUJlJ. luullt-a anything for the l't opie. that they should have: practi He t ttIL YCtI "We, the committee, enter our is d-voted to siimuNting !CII'\ \ Wlillet. $irnijt-, I- i.t I : M .. ',< n

eat kuow ledge of the world about I a Q earnest protest against such highhanded aidiug hit half of our p.ipulution !>,)1",0111".1, | 'n..> foil" vt t"1 *-

--- them the which a f r who cultivate tbe !;-)il. 'I 1 he tend- tit y I Ltntl ((ebtieiiiu'i: ..h! >t ui I. rrpr
Editor history theirenuu'ryis .r6t uiH"Cebsry: unjust, political
GeorgeV.. WiVwu! has Uen .
? I /f primary education Ua.l.tu l tol-ai I I sent iUIIt'I.| ," Ii' t HitHi 1 F
than that which has l
:: a jobbery! and
Pug;eMtd as a man in every way fit chicanery, which smacksof I O Pjiutrr, II |It -. ..1'I I; I J1'&rIUJU"I

ready be-u. They ou;ht to know a: I n publican rule of the the entry youth aWItfrom the ...
to be governor of Florida and we belie : carpetbaggerdays. J. 1't I.I M-. I.,. ::1 l
t14 farm instead of ) him I
iu the
*e the suws-tioii I Is entirely correc something of what is going on today i ; > : We have seen no.hdug like it helping I Stewart, !Kv.. F. J !1.<",.. BLaw.
in the great rouu.l world and be ableto + i ( Mnce the I I study of those scieucns nla'in.: tll .
republicans of
hut we beli-ve he would rather I went out
uudcraUud the wnich production. It wou.d be politic aini fl.e rru..t'.i -( 1 -. : .
remain *t the head of Florida's things confront I PtC in this state, and declare it to I I
great to into tuki i ti tentini'i'iv r -rruj > t-
patriotic incorporate the |
them day by day.It be the belief of this :trn.lyouth's
morning dtily ne* p.tper than be + I II committee thatevery .1au,1 oifin I ,, i lli.Hi ,.- I. ..
is said reading wakes a full man. I Pi'f It I education omc know ledge
I democrat in the should II
gO'ernorStarke Telegraph.One couuty rrtiult "f t'I/ I\'. >' < ><

-. -- -- But much depends upon the character { have l been given an opportuui'y: to II I that shall bear more directly upon shown iu tb,*> f "I'.j( r. -. 'P.U'.I .

of our ex'-hinges; IHS that of reading as to whether the fullness I Health i f I I vote for his choice for treasurer of his future life and work.-JaiuenWilaot' whi''h w- 1 u. 1,1) 11 i i i yj

1I- Uncle dun lu: voted S11)W,000 in be of great advantage. Tile tendency } I Hamilton county. Secretary of Agriculture in i j! the t.iwrd, au'l l H sett! ( ...1.| ., :::1.1>

of modern education I \ THE lSE OF Youth's Companion.i by the sw'rrtary ,i- i I. ..' in : .' ., -.. .
t pensions Tutu the jHK-lveUof the men is to fit youug .' I "We submit, further, that if thegoverunr ____ i{ !iou! ()f Tbe bra -

who fought for him, and as large asil taeii and women for the duties of life. I Dr., tree'sFavoriie. +i I is to fill the offices of this The Cry is Going up for Good Raids. "lie bu '.\ltrl&1*. .1 intl.sett!

is it i-i H sum well deserved. Newspaper reading helps in the disciplining : I county with or without the dictatesof A hard road from Inverness to o:11da111l''III'1' t.t 1 Kti. .-I,".

. Rather ; of the mind M ward 4 practical Crystal River would be worth to his IiL.el"u- If .. .
it is these b g t'unH of moneys one or more politicians of this thou rtt: >k--

! and the ". fixation that follows! the ideas and motives. The man or I II county that our business of arranging sands of dollars to the county In / "In the wpiiiioii ot t tt- I in. v: abs!

: Is UUttt to hold the !
-.Mll' n' tlCt'
man in uniform that keeps up the woman! who does cot read a newspaper 411 primaries for the people to vote for Marion county people travel from 12 |
of any court, htI.f i- !I' tit to |I' I i. a' +

war spiritTheOcala and nowadays here are sew I preSCription[) I,I their choice for officers will have I II to 15 miles through the sand in orderto the juotictf the p..a ,' HI !a I al't'os;

>uch-except the illiterate- I, travel the
among i ended aud our resignation will: be : on hard roads ten wiles district.
Bauuer siys: : "If factioualisui is alwal s I at disadvantage in I ', River "lie baa '
a Crystal Citronelle for '
lAoauto t "
every Mrs H A ANhronk! of Au-un I..inoke I tendered to the powers that be if we and )'t'Mr- tell th>' t -

' were burieil in Florida, it kphere of life. The news.pipers Co. ire. ..nt" '\itrr :nc iii'-nthi ot I i Floral City all need a bard road disturb&pees iu \' } gr.-U ' with; wetLiir,> I can locate the adviser or advisers of I so
[ 0 would be helpful to the democratic warn them of the :snares and write-1'i:- ,r tne b-nuit "I other ,urftrrr 'I' that his actions have l"'-<-ii e"ndeliinr'I l I'q(
pit- from.the same .itHiuiuti I doctored with that power in this county. they can Inverness wIth-
party and beneficial our faintly I the supreme cost in unu. .iurrdtenns
to the state." ;itiM.Ma without '
tails while auy Soud result
instructing the out
->o m> hu-.t>and urged me to try Dr. "If the governor and his political starting the day before.Citrus! I >.

There is a world of truth in those few broader walks! and my be as usefulto wonderful Pkrce'n1Otlcineswhch rrMilts I am completely t did cured with advi-eror advNers are going to run County Chronicle. "The Newon behftlf of MI' ,. ,

words. A house divided against itself the I took four bottles of Dr. Pient-, Fat'unte tiectable of
youth just leaving the founda- people of Dr 1..1 .1
Prcscnptiou four of the
: his'GoKUru Medical politics and fill the offices of
cannot stand, and a state, one of a high education as to the Ducwvcn and two vials of hia .HcasantThe A Cure for Lumbago. whom eou4ento<< his action lit. u., and

half of which id at war with the otherhalf man of bu iuess. I'clets:Common Sense Medical Adviser Hamilton county in spite of and re- \\'. C William, of Amherst, V*., other ins'aoc-e that wight'r' .1trd.

: cannot reasonably i looS large pages in t-ardlessof the people's wishes;: then says: "Formore than a year I suffered I demands of (iov.raor J"HMII" *'+ that
expect and
rye girLrhould be
encouraged corers is sent free committee had from lumba;:). I tiutlly tried he Ak'e
In on receipt of 21 your better dbt>J.nd. suspend tbk uses fr''in the'i

perity large chunks to come lU to read good newspapers and why not one-cent stamps to pay expense of "It is fair and just to state beforewe Charnberlaine'e Pain Balm and it which he has di... raoed, an
way. Let there be peace and harmony in the mailing only. Address Dr. Pierce save me entire relief which all
schoolroom other
as well as elsewhere Buffalo, N' Y. prove him of repreuting II.- { ,4de
I. adjourn that we are not
\ .-Tropical! Sun. ?-:San Antonio Express.: remedies had failed to do." For tale! j of VoluH: oouoty, through the < >fflheldbybim.lK'Uf.lN IA1

r1 1;.' believe that from our knowledge of by the Anti-5lonotoly Drag Store. m 1Itiou l c""

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(--Oratt (ireelllioll..e (.u.4 I'lori.t+ Mr. Nathan Mayo, of .Sumruerried, I A Bi ILLIflNT RECEPTION. An Informal Evening. I

Jo. ::.
phone returned Wednesday afternoon from a Weilues-day evening Miss: Either'eathers

jloetvelt i-eeinH to be an "all visit to Jack-,on\ille aud stopped over A Beautiful Compliment to Misses entertained a few of hr WhenooBoyofUs You Get Full Valuator Your Money:

*n Ocala. Sims and of Valdosta. !j friends and
round" drrap( {",lutmueut.1r. __ Mackey, delightfully informally
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Yirstt-rday afternoon an event which i i complimentary to Mrs. S. T. Siotrunk We
t I Ir i Mrs.' John Harris and little daughter Are SpecialistsIN
J.-I't'r Wate-r+, of Fitzgerald, and her Hisses Sims and
had been anticipated for the I I
1 after a day's visit to Mrs. Frank eagerly
wall A vUltor to Ocala yesterday.Yerrgrcl week took place at the residence Maekey, of Valdosta. Progressivewhist i J t
Harris', left yesterday for WillUton to past I THE ____ '
of Mra. S. T. KUtrunk on Lime street was played for a while and the
\ l tll learn that Iri!. General Mit i relatives before returning to I .

Robert Bullock Ii quite i'Erlouf.1ye.lck. their home Valdosia, Ga. the occasion being & large reception evening's pleasures concluded with agame SHOE HAT ANDUMBRELLA
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in honor of her guests, Miss Effie of "trolley car.

y Wetnjoyeda very pleasant: visit Mr. II. C. Gates, who was formerlya Sims and Vias Lillian Mackey, of I Miss Weathers is a very charming LINESand

If' from DUtrict Attorney Stripling Wed- lieutenant in a Georgia company Vttldosta, Ua. j hostess, and her "evenings" are always

I n,eiay. from IVrry, has received a cross of Mrs. istnnk, the charming bos.t : richly enjoyed.Spark's .

, Mr. J. R. C. Dunn drew the meer- honor from the Daughters of the <<8 of the afternoon, was looking ,I -Snow' ; Good One. can show you the best goods in

chiuta pipe at Peyser's last Saturday: Confederacy from that Chapter. in white
S unusually lovely organdie The Gainesville Sun says: "JohnII. the city.

night. elaborately! trimmed with lace. In Spark Old Virginia Shows is a
Miss Emma Smith of ..
\ : Anthony, -- ..- -. -
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it Mr. L. Ottenso-sef: h spending a her hair she wore white hyacinths.The oQf-ring circus of the old type, but it --- - -- -

., day: at the Oc ita House with his who was to have been the guest of two honorees of this elegant reception proved highly satisfactory to those \11'. J. CHAMBERS SI-IOE CO.
Mrs: T. W. Troxler for se\'l'r! weeks, ,
h family. were charming and added who attended the performance>-
was called to Starke a day or two ago i Ocala Florida.A
Tne Montezuma has been so crowded new friends to those they have al. terday. .
on account of the Illness; of her sister; II >
this week it was: forced to turn ready made in our city by their attractive Tbe circus gave two exhibitions "
f Mrs. Rivers, and two of Mrs. Rivers' \ WAWWWAAAAAIWiT
guests.1lesrs. and vivacious personalities. here, afternoon and evening, both ofwhieh.were
away children. ..
Miss Sims wore pink chiffon and well attended. Notwithstanding - -- ---------- -

X. M. Allred and C. L. Sis- .
I This paper enjoyed a"fry pleasant carried a large bouquet of pink roses the inclement condition of DON'T PAY
Tallah--ee on professional -
trunk are in visit' Wednesday from Mr. Robert and Miss Maekey was gowned in the weather last night many faced

bueines3. Holly, of Grahamville. He is a white p')int de spree over yellow silk the drizzling rain and waded through

\fe are receiving quite a number of friend of long standing of the Ranner and carried a bouquet of white rose the muddy streets in order to avail '1'" buy olu'.tp :-:eedt'oi t jour year'* work

new subscriber to both the Dally and and we are pleaded to hear from him They received their guests in the themselves of the opportunity to witness lit l'.'!udton. yi'urteti.. for result! -o buyuoml
ttitrom th.>",e who keep nothing
Weekly nl&1Hh.r. that things on his side of the river reception bBlI.&tWl'eD the show. t-ut ihe .

are in good shape.Mr. 125 and 150 guests, a number The acting throughout was good,
1 News says tint the Chufas Goubers Cow Peas
The Chicago -- ---- ---- and till who attended it ,
of whom were gentlemen, pronounce as .. ..-
flihH should get toother and adopta Lee Miller received a telegram called during the hours of four to six, one of tho best popular priced shows Velvet Beans SeedCall
"uniform ('ale. Wednesday from Mr. S. A. Sandley comfortably filling the attractive that ever visited the city. ------ -- -- -. .- --

TbeCbicag0Newysays it ii easier saying that he would arrive Thursdayfrom borne Quantities of green Nine O'clock Germ.r. on u. for anything we have not got

nab new resolutions than to Atlanta with the fiue-stear load plants and palms were seen on all it we will look it up for you and do any
The second German to be given by favor for you we can-and do it cheerfully.
of horses and mules to
ever brought
'break bad habits. sides and bamboo and cut were
the Nine O'clock German club takes
Ocala. They were purchased with lavishly u:ed. On the mantel in the
W. Little, rector of place at the Ocala House tonight.The The Ocala Seed Store.j5ixt
}{tV. Henry great care and especially: for this parlor was" a solid banking of exquisite .
church, is attending grand march will begin promptlyat
Grace Episcopal market.Mbs '
violets and the chandeliers and j : : T ( :l1'u, Manager.
t convocation at Orlando. the hour named. We are requested
Emma Foster, of Philadelphia, archways between the rooms were ___._ n'U' ___-___________ _____
by the management of the club to
The Kail Coast railway is pushing passed through: Oealt Wt'duE'I011:1yaf"tEwoon hung with bamboo.
request the participants to be on tine.Mth .
fur'.heron: down the peuinsuUr. It en route from Gainesville! to The dining room was lovely in
*r::. E. T. llelvenston and S. 1:.
I Iu ft Urge force of hands at work. Hartow to spend a day or two with pink and yellow with a back ground Hitler will lead the cotillion. HEREFORDStpEFORDSThese

her brother, Mr. I-: K. Foster. Miss of green. The; chandelier about the
MM. AcUm Keller, of Philadelphia The attain given by this club are
f FOoter will return to Ocala after her tea table was draped with wide pink
hats visiting her sister, Mr*. T. always thoroughly delightful and the
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visit at Bartowand will spend several i satin ribbon which was brought
l Cattle Now be
J.0enof 61 N. Magnolia street. German tonight will be no exceptionto Splendid May Seen)
weeks with the family of Dr. D. M. j down to the four corners of the title
-- the rule. The young people are
I .uTEu.-A good blacksmith and Smith. I and fastened with yellow butterflies.The .
forward to it with an-
looking eager
nhetlwright. Mutt ld" good hor"eiLoer. ribbon was caught up at inter at Standley & Co's Stable
Messrs. J. G. IJeirdan: and H. L. ticipations.
Address A. 0.: Gates Ocala, vale'ith the yellow butterflies and (
FU l-6tf Anderson returned yesterday from
also used extensively about .. t
New Orleans, where they went before
It lt all right, perhtpt, to make war the ma"tel and windows.On --
the\ United States Circuit Courtof Some Reasons Why You Should Buy Herefords: i
Admitted to Cage by Trainer Is Attacked
on the "ye11"journal+," but why let Appeals to argue the famous case the table was a Renaissance by Beasts. Hereford etttle are regarded/ by all cattle men a- the ideal beef rattle of '

the "lilack and tan" newspapersMr bee surmounted with the world after year of experience with other breeds. for these and other reasons
pitM-e pink
Charleston, S. C. Jan.
of Achilles Laurent William M.; 29.-Raymond : q

e:' Bra oks. The court has the case under a tall cut gl.iSS"ase of pink rests and Bowman aged 13. is dying at a hospital First There is less di-ei among Sixth. They command a higher '

Mr*. John J. Harris and little advisement and will soon render pink carnations. here from wounds received in alion's the Hereford than any other tattle price on the market for beef than any
other cattle.
cage. living
daughter, Margaret, of ValdosU, G:1.! decision, which will lw final.: Rith :\lI! s EitherWeatheH presided over He was admitted by Miss Hall, the Second. They can en:'y>,r: more Seventh. You can save: from 2) to 1

v if arc the ffueati of the family of Mr. lawyers are hopeful of a favuribledeiaion. the chocolate at one end of the table trainer against the protest of at hardships: outdoor esposureiih le3 ) tendants. of death and sh-kuess thou ten faster with the same amount of
I I Frank lUrrk i while at the other Mis-J Sara Harris I da-iger any
Just as he got In the lions became other cattle. fern
poured the tea. Misses Gertrude rowdy and the largest of the four You fatten them at
EUbtb can
(lali l I.< feeling tier old self again, :\1 r. Henry .stevena, of High Springs, Third The Hertf.r.hl4.retbegrnt- .
Peredi, Sue Rarco, Msxie Bullock, beast jumped over the woman and est rustlers ou earth. They don't wait any (ag".
aD after Miaking the chains from her was iu OealaWedutsJay. Mr.Jteveus R-firdou aud seized Bowman in the left thigh. lie for you to bring the feed to them. \VbiletheyareDotcUirafil '
lace Rullock, Mary
feet, abe "lIIltt' as swift as any in the is watch adju-ter for one branch of was badly mangled.The They will eat grass that otherettila to be milkers or nutter cattle, yet you
Annie Atkinson assisted ;Misses; smell of blood excited the will almost starve to death before they will fiud a great p.-r cent among them
r ee.-TiniestUnion.Little. the Atlantic Coast Line railway and
that as good for milk as cattie
\Veathersani Hams in serving the lion's mates and they all Joined In the will eat. are any
was here in that capieity. Resides attack. Several men armed with Fourth. Hereford cattle will stay 11 VIUIr. .'
:\1I\! s ildebel 1 Chace, after a guests. Truth. crowing the Hereford on
fat where other cattle will be only By
his jew tlry business High Springs pitchforks went to the boy's rescue
few day's Ti hit iu Ocala with her living order with the suie trettmeiit. y-.ur common at rub lI.u:1 Jersey cattle, 1
In the ir lor" Mrs. J. M. Benton and he was dragged out after a terrible
he has two hundred watches of railway p Fifth. Tny are the most lIit1I'I'd- yon will then have: as near as it is |poii.-
trothrr. Dr. J. E. Chare has returned otlk-iaU and Miss Ilattie Dye assisted in entertaining struggle. tie known to ranuhiueu. Ax a rule s ble to gl an i-lealcombination cow; j,
to IA.r bom at Starke. to keep properly adjusted. The physicians said had the wound (."ttlt'that are kept up and fed dou't beef, milk and bu-ter. They also
It is the policy of this road that the guests and invited been tower the leg would have been blend regular; this is not the CA-W make exeell'-nt work oxen, owing to j

We callWednmUy of them into the dining room. amputated with some degree of safety with Hen-tunN.' I Itbe fuel that they are so thrifty. i
enjoyed a very pleasant. the watches itsoftbials mu,t not fosse ---- -
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This was not possible however and:
from )Ir. Milton Hood. nor gain more than half a minute iu During the entire afternoon Prof. blood poison set in. HcniniihtT that Hereford bulls haves.M recently as high as$7,500.

110 will visit. Ltl..e"toir before returning every thirty days and in every other \\'. S. Pike rendered beautiful music. The Bowman family and the boy'sfrl'ndi Thatnlouf should coiiviiiiVHiiv rt'>iSo.""hltIUI&I1 tnt H..rl'forttUUlit. b.. the

Mrs. Sistrunk's r "ItifnUS one have denounced: the show living l>.m't I'ut It MI". no' raising Heref-.nls you over
to hit (i it orgia home. department it is as systetuaifc. peopie ion IB the value of your l hull ealwh, ami you h4fPrsare of an inestimable
_u--- of the most thoroughly: : elegant and for admitting him to the cage, and vnlue. Remember in .\('('liutaled .Inliiiiil is worth two of Tennessee,
)Iu. of Charleston effos will he made to have the hall <. ,'liniiU'! as cattle brought her
Suau Jenkins, in Ocala Kentucky or Northern! vatilt.of 'be uitieru ,
Whist Club Entertained. deli"'drs ever given
woman prosecuted for criminal negligence from the North will\ hav'' toifn throtiiff. the climttn' f.vPr and air p *rt< ot. of
C", i U u rei-eitt arrival in Owls Wedueslay afternoon Mrs. Pearl and pleasant memories of it will them wilt die JIako t'p Your Mi ml to eat a Hereford hull and do away

Khe j w at Mn. C. 1' McGrath't. audvUlvpetu :\laJ1 was! the charming hostess; of linger long iu the minds of every one nh thfsrru"-HIM' 'l J-i-'v Don't |"ut it oil' uiy IOIIL'-i ; thereS too much' .
OLDEST Ttll ... \, il nr, hrr but' a'niri limr.
] vtriil weeks herf. who was p11tolntoThe PREACHER IN AMERICA.Rev ti ('Hke rattle ; ..I
the Mirrittl Lidifs WhUl Club at ,

their regular weekly meeting. The Peusicola News says) that the N. l_ Clark, of Newton Miss.. -- j j js
t'oi. S. I.. C.rter, of (Sdinesville) ,
afternoon was a very plea-ant! one Ocala) Banner should bear in mind Is 93 Years Old.
.tat n atinnir-y, is a visitor to Ocala I Jackson Miss.. Jan. 29.-Ml .,h--,;j', eOOGO o fD Gr C080 do oooaodo
and the that such crimes as the killing of
I meeting was greatly enjoyed.The
-Uil\V"in,*Uy made the editor of thisj' claims the honor of having t'k vJ..t il

| of avery handsomeciue. prizewhich are given uioutMy, GOI.Z ties by Tillman deserve the denunciation -1 I preacher In the United Siattb a:... .

receive. But it perhaps In the world. ,
were award-tat the meeting jesterd they .. .
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The reverend gentleman tu'h,- -- A SHIPMENT OF
)'. Mi->Emily Evans, of Toronto, should not justify the prew. of one : ,1g
is accorded this distinction: LK- v o
'Mr. Fred! King, of Gainesville and Cauadt, had made the largest score section to fasten those crimes upon a N. L. Clarke who u--.,!.." at "-\'t"Iiss .. II IIo

Mart.n, .inn fir the luot-t f>oj'ular traveling during the mouth and received a hole st-ction. Unless condoned individual :\ He was Oft!.!!!! 'i i 'nto th' u,,'. Columbus :

men mi the coal, it visitor to istry on the 10th or June, ls.s: ,, aL.
murders should not be fastt
haiuNoaie leather pure! with gunmetal f fG
has been in active a.i.i3ti it .10
(Vain >
mid i. a guest at the Ocala mountings. ;Mra. C. L. lams- >UKl upon whole communities. Minsissippl for nur..ill wHe \ tirar: Buggies. f9 1C

U"III't'. ie
by and Miss Abbie Munroo 'received - ----- -- la still! hale. "'aa> ani I! ::1' te .;- e

the booby prizes, the first getting avutglasadi.haud the age of 92 yea i, t',;i'r u d." T' toll w:\nt to ii' I o.t-1, "' tl e-f !ljIlJlJlI- I ugiii' we will align haveS e g
The board of eximiners: to P"SI: An Ancient Fat cal! Baptist paper, j.:$tor of t..s N\ t. Iii 110 III ,t'...k. 3!
the second u gunmetal ton Baptist church and often Un\,'
etIt'l upon 1&I'I.h| | "ants for thevaeinoyof a hat pin.A To health and happiness is Scrofula 10 miles! over the country roads to th<"- It) A. STAN DIE & CO., OCALA. FLORIDA. 0 i tliis in the South
county as ugly as ever since time immemorial.It county seat at Decatur to perform mar

Floud Milrary Instijute! un! meet Piece of Property Changes Hands. causes bunches in the neck, disfigures riage and funeral services, make pastoral 8 S e8 6@)$84 e occoocoo"I'hehlIrila i

la this city Saturday. Mr. Clitlord l.n'iugstou closed a the skin, inflames! the muc visits and to preach in the Dtvatnr __ __..- __ -
-- membrane, wastes the muscles, weakens church where he has acted as pastor
real estate deal by which for more than 55 Fcrtili/cr : Co. t
Fort 14.\u" 'ut..u'-UI !hou-e and > the bones reduces the power o years. \lanufacturing I

lot near water tank; also pair of the DeYaue cottage becomes the resistance to disease flI'! the ca;I (':t. East Mississippi was a wilderness
when he first came to that section Gainesville Fla.
mules, "|,f weighing KM and the other prol city of Mr. A. J. Leaveugood, for recovery, find develops! into con and the venerable minister relates :

thrl I 1 piumi, ; and good two horse proprietor of the Ocala Marble Works sumption. many interesting incidents of the
"A biincli: r.od r!: the ie't sr': 0:
"agIJ" alai| (lurut'ti'ioI.Mrt'o.i J. J. I awpe
early history of the state. Grade FertilizersEspecially
Mr. Livingston has two other deals my neck. It cau-oJ :';t:.: p.hi..ts :. 'rt High
Ti't| ,,u it,4 s. Fourth St., t:. Ocala! and became a running SO l". I wt, !a
ft.- 13: d'If in progress a id as soon as consummated general decline. I was p'...uaci UOl1 '$ us& arlla.! and wt'I1Ic.'i! t'kv .' Ala. Jaa. ,
the pariieuUrs will be giventhrough Binr :agham 27 -Alderman
Sir bottles my ne\-k was te'uleil, and I hue to Florida soils and products. Special:
Mr, adapted
Henri' Curtis, who has done tad truuble 01 t'ie: kind SII.' c" George Ward will be in the race
the columns of this never any
1(0 uuch, the development for I par.] )IE!;. K. T. >..NYDf, '1'roj', VI.o.Hood's for mayor in all probability, re :<- Ilrauds, for Fruits. Potatoes, Melons, Cotton. Lettuce, Cukes,

li'Uie Florida as Industrial Coin.ruUiour To be Married. I S Sarsaparillc ing fcur candidates! in an in the race Pines Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price Sl.OO
others b>!n for-
the Mayor Drennea
f..r the Hc'ahllMltir Line marriage liceuse'aa ir"ued Wedue and Pills me: ShNlB P. P. O' rien. M. H. Crit per 50-pound sack .

ttilway, w", a victor to Ocala: Wed lay to )Ir. Isaac Perry and Mrs. \i iii l rid you of it, radically and rert..aueIltl tent'.en! All -:I.n Wan is one of the IIhhc..t (ash ."r l'l' IMiil 1'or Drj' Itoiu-.

lit",). iSallie C. Higuunver, of Moen". lutt ly, as they have rid thousands. vr1 -! n. -. i"! t':.. board: \\ C'.Jt.lior..... \ "111, Dcala. I'la .,

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I :;:: THE OCAL.A BAXXEH, J.TAnY :::0, 1"i:3I -

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Contract For Perpetual Lease. "Some time ago nay u.hter | BRANCH'S

i- Those WeigStnovel Letters. ECHO GOMES FROMCULORAOCON1EST I Baltimore,, Jan. !8.-The United
; INSANE PATIENTS caught a sever er lid. She eomplaiu-
The Tiibuue of !Sunday'l.a.* Railways and Cectric: company has
signed a contract tor the perpetual of I'a nes in hfreheat=! aud had a bad .

,. the: followitiz: ; lease of the Baltimore Sparrows Point cough. I gave her Cha.uberlaiue'C .
eo11tribut'tlSaturday SEED
.lnotherchMIter nag .
and Chesapeake: railway 43 miles of ugh J>ciedy a'eordumg< 10 dir-1.1
to the s-tory of the uty:-trrous track, which now assures the United --- --
Republica innand in two days she was well nun I Only PURE Strain in the Umt4 .
\Veightnovel! loiters.! S,)licitorhmlntou Colney Hatch Asylum Burned' Arapahoe County company complete control of every suburban Stl...
II Itae as well as the entire aids togo to school. I have us-d this Caicfu'ly! sc'.ectol: 1 Kept T kt. chrhe

having failed to elicit information In London. s Adop Ee :-options.} street. railway system of Baltimore I remedy in my family for tae past years NothervanetYE', Purr tedtapwhir.krrrSuTtrtar wn.u.antatyie15ooacrts

ftoiu Judge :Stewart, of I city. varieties are gr wn
CONDEMNED. and have nj\vr known it
seven years
1" FIFTY LIVES REPORTED LOST j I in. I5C, J' I s. 'h. 4jc t, utt '
PeLind, RS to where he secured the ji i Killed While Swinging Car. to fail," say James Prede gs', mer 25, I. :v.... } e 4.. ,je ,'ef< : -

.- letters examined! /Sh rill \\'. T. Ls- I Claimed that They Conspired With theDen.ocrats Chattanooga. Tenn., Jan. 28.-Harry Jamaica! West send for. StcJ Aonu'. U.oua'"n fttiN
When Fire Broke Out the 500 Patients j i chant, Anuato Bay, Culture: :u: Rent by -IKI-LIC: :.nttr m
Edelstrtn! of Edlestein
abdCaptain For Defeat of the Republican son George a money order
:: ley, l)'puty MieritfJ. D. Garrett Became Panic-Stricken, Greatly InI I j prominent! clothing) merchant was run India Inlands The pains in the chrst
of Police! S. J. Carter, for I'I Party In Colorado-Unholy j ji : I M. I. BRANCH,
peeling;) the Operations of Those Try- I over by a Chattanooga Belt railway indicated an approaching: attack of Columbia CIt Britli,
the subject Alliance Charged. afternoon at 2 o'clock t*.
t ruerlyadeputy theriU'; on ; 'i train yesterday
iing to Same Them. I pneumonia, which in this inctauee -- --- -
and Instantly killed. The boy was -
I Denver Colo Jan 28.-An echo of i j was undoijtdiy w r-lnl ott'hy Cb m.
London, Jan. 2fc.About 50 insane : I II about l:. years old. The accident
"Suwitr and Deputy' iarrett I I the fierce contest in Colorado over the i trial-ie's Cough R-mn,dy. It coun
J b patkata were burned to death by afire occurred near the plant of the Chattanooga -
knew practically! nothing about the at the Colney Hatch asylum thiS I. United States senatorship, just concluded 'I Furnace company, west of hnwts&ny tendency cold toward G1SHa&Soll H [ l' ;

matter, except that Sheriff Lesley testified morning. The outbreak occurred in by the: re-election of Htnry: M. I Cameron Hill Trainmen say that the pneumonia. Sold by Anti- .tonetKly

the Jewish wing of the institution.The I Teller, is heard by the action taken by I boy was swinging from a car. Drug Store. m I
'. that Judge Stewart had: approached of ift
central committee -- -
flames spread with great rapidity the Republican -----

:: : him with a ,'itof securingthe ; and before it could be got under I J this (Arapahoe) county. Resolutions Sues For $15,000. >

I ttera. Capt. Carter stated that control five wooden buildings, ins j were adopted by a vote of lOG to 19! I Birmingham Ala., Jan. 27.-WileyMcAnnaley. I ,,I II I

eluding dormatories and the doctors'apartments condemning Philip B. Stewart, FrankC administrator of JamesP. ?

he had taken I'Ofi-rssUm of a number wee gutted. Goudy and other anti-Wolcott leaders I McAnnalley, has filed suit for $15. RememberUE

of letters found in Wtightnovel'sapartaienUa'the "for conspiring with the Democrats 000 damages against Williamson ]!

time of his arrest! Wild With Excitement. I for the defeat of the Republican I Iron company the plaintiff alleging I

r All the efforts of the oficials were j party In the Colorado Legislature." that the inteetata died from injuries -_- -__ _u__ __... _____ --_--..
r \ that Judge Stewart had offered him, directed in removing the insane patients Continuing, the resolution says: I received! by rem;on of an explosionat

r first 3100, add afterwards 350, to be but the latter became wild with I "We condemn them as Republicans the furnace in this city. In this CAN sell you the .

I' allowed look over them ; that he excitement and so panic-stricken that for the part which they have taken in I same accident Superintendent T. J. : \ '
not only were they unable to help carrying out their unholy alliance and Edwards oi the furnace l--t his 11A smallest article or a ,
h had! told J udge Stewart that he could themselves, but greatly impeded the
with enemies in -----
wicked our I
agreement carload of anything MA.M'rA ,
pertaining I r l't I;
not see them for 51,000; that some of operations of those trying to save the election of a powerful and influential toil know what you are taking
them. Door. .Sa: "li. Illinil... Mouldingand
r the letters were: still in his p03.-tKsou.. Democratic leader to the United When take Grove1* Tasteless 1: to Hardware, Iron
Th 600( In you UlliltlillIah'rlitl..
re were nearly women States senate, who, with all his ;'
"It !is understood that Capt. Carter Chill Toiiio bt'<*au the formula is
burned the time the fire Powder \Vimlo\v'
f the annex at great abilities and experience will for Pipe, Nails, Dyna- Faii< -\ secured a number of letters at the was discovered and most of them were six exert them against the policies plainly printed on every b,.ttle showing A SpifialiyPurchase
years 1 I I
safely transferred to the main building that it is simply Iron aud Quinine !; mite, Lime, Cement, Stoves.TWENTYFIVE .
time incriminating! a number of of our president, Theodore our make, which w-
l, which was uninjured. Some, who will strenuously endeavor I I in a ta- tele.s form. No Cure Nu Pay
I and Guarantee :Superior to
but. he has
prominent Tampa people, however, escaped and are still at any
r I to embarrass, hinder and obstructall Sold South and
oft difficult ascertainthe I i CARLOADS i Thereby
resolutely refund to dUelweany large, rendering it to Republican measures coming before I

their contents: or to exhibit them to exact number of those burned to the American; senate" I IN OUR ; Save Hone.

\ death. Mr. Stewart, who was ore of tho Office end Whreroolnar Kag. OJ.pootl> Clntale
: any one. WAREHOUSESnil i tCiarlest
Horrifying Spectacle.The most unyielding in the aati,\\'',ii''ort .
where the Vo- :: L' ,.
"The mystery as to work of searching the ruins con leaders In the fight, is credited: with 5 ,

t IUli\! judge obtained\ the telltale let. tinues. The officials admit that about being the spokesman of the admini( FUL eI 1

all t119 Stetsou 50 bodies have been recovered, but It is stratton in Colorado 2.ndlr.: Goody! by Mad :

,t i case tern remains etiDg unsolved.: University feared that the full extent of the disaster was the principal opponent of t\Senator I a .. !I D H HARDWARE! R[ [CO. fWd uca t.lon :.oulCir .," '::C .

is not yet known. All the victims Wolcott among the canili lati-a! Ja r EXPRESS ,
I ctTJ
l -- were lunatics. Their charred his own party.UNITED ,. ...
Gaincs\ille Florida.
Old Soldier's Experience. 1 REPAID" by K.... u'. rlL
remains presented a horrifying spec- '. \ .r" ".. ...
: M. !1. Austin, a civil war veteran, of tacle. The asylum was besieged by MINE WORKERS. ,20i : .- '. .n.---.s. L L KUUJHclVEK raww..!I! .
$$36Qis ....
lud. writes anxious relatives friends of the ,
Winchester, "My wife and patients -- -

was:. sick a long time, in spite of good! who arrived from all quarters. Several Changes Are Made In Constitution c ;:,
s2. .,,t: ., ti-l 1i.4l'4.lJ
Pitiable scenes were witnessed as 1 1I
doctors' treatment but
: was wholly I and By-Laws.
I weeping men and women left the rg I a
cured l by Dr. King's New Life Pills
premises after ascertaining that relatives Indianapolis Jan. :2s-The l"i .t' u .
which worked: wonder" for her health. or friends had perished In tl.e- Mine Workers' convent! x >: >-a.. j Ic j it I:'50I' ,it i t ti ,

They always do. Try them. Only flames. to work early I this morning at... :.t n- .pGf I 1

23c at theuti- Iol\opoly drug fished changing and bringing uI'; ;<. .;.a-. -4T.l tJIo .1r. i b- au.rePir i iI v +
Lunatics Burned In Their Beds. I : )
f store 3 the constitution andla\\ Tin: I' i it I I II II

The nurses had a terrible experi- changes are numerous, but < i.-: .1 :t..w fl2QtSfi 1 i Seeds I I II FUNERALDIRECTORS.I
ence in trying to assist the insane of them of ; \w ; ii ifl I v f-tiiitrL ,1i
people are Tie
A Brother's Beautiful) Tribute. great impI.tu[> : i.' : .:-I m ,. r .r r u .3 I
who were so panic-stricken that changing of the power to vat.a: "t.n.: .' $9 9 ::1 I', >'i" 1. ," 1
The knightly! n'ul of the brave i > I Ii }
: man 1i
they had literally to be driven to a from the two-thirds memt.! .T::..;;> of + w 1I .11 i ,
loyal friend and ,fe\otl'(1 (brother place of safety The inflammable I the National! executive board to a full! If. :a.. : .*vdiin3itl\UlUOft I II -
I i CHAS. BLUM & j-' a i (m to.tU ai i ..UpO.
\ho-e name has grace 1 these; columns premises almost immediately: becamea two-ihir.18: membership of th<- o '.:<\11- I v M. FERRY & CO., d.." : .?:i... < t' ufiut MI !Uit ant t11J1d1
furnace. Nothing was left stand- izaticn, fixing a uniform initiation fee :.IT.ui I ,.: '.i' V. l'\: :Ot.i : I Detroit, Mich."t I II it ',art.a'-1) ,l.nrlpiloi. I'-latt' wirepoi
tiuce! the birth of The State 12 't'Ulag.1 LO rlE
Y <
Ing. The corrugated Iron roofs of the of $10 for miners and $2.50 for boys r t
Jacksonville Florida. -.A
toFACTS Orler
IUb.t.hulng .
has crossed' the river and the dormitories and the bedsteads of the between 14 and 18 years of ago; providing I .

paths his willing! feet: have: trod shall patients were melted by the intense free admission to the organization I .
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neat. some or the lunatics were for boys that are orphans of
know him i
uo more. Hut aloug their I
burned in their beds and the charred union miners and placing a fine of ,

ways, from these he sowed, tbwtrs remains of others TV re found huddleJ $111 on officers of local unions that is- ,

aretilooiuingaiul the air lie love l tot together In corners, while groups of sue transfer cards to miners that are ARE NOT FUTILEn

partially consumed bodies! on the site more than three months delinquent, .:
breathe, the air of his uativejstate! i is i ,
f of the corridors showed that many per- are the most important changes

,C. j. sweet with the, iumireof his iv>lilt- sons lost their lives and sacrificed A movement to force miners to belong I' :\ )('(' (( !/ u'/ic/i they lead to the saviny of dol/on.. ill 'I"'lf :
I words and 1t'I'IIi.! those of others In their frantic efforts to the colliery union at which .

: : Tixliefor! hi' I'llt"1 l" to force a passage through the flames I they are employed was referred back i' See ichal f have and be ; ii. J
l -, y the ttl the main building. to the districts.! I 11o'I ,'!. to offer you fully (011 e it'
{ F loathly: IuM l thit struck him down!
I The latest estimate places the number The appeals and grievances committee t

i : waiswet-tto him Iljriuij th> fourdays of deaths at 52. made its report this morning and '

1, ? of mcrttlsgouy that followed All the victims, were women. its brevity Indicated that the organization ,
I is founded on universal har-
i i s his cruel wmudiu no word SENATOR
save PETTUS men) I have at the old Alliance Store inOcala: the most complete and up-to-date Hoe of
Urn of live and sympithy for hisbereaved

) kindretl Declared His Own Succesor In United SEVERAL INJURED IN WRECK. <
pass"iljhis: lips. He

p ditnl with his face to God, a g-utle- States Senate. Mail: Train'Collides With Freight Near f, Dry Goods and Groceries

miu uuafrdM. Montgomery, Ala., Jan. :28.: -General Danville Ills.
With heivy heartsliivvork i-s taken Edmund Winston Pettus has been Danville. Ills.. Jan. 23.-The southbound 'I which I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding counties, at the
: : declared the people's choice by the Chicago and Evansville mail
f ar up by th-Ke: who !loved: him well, and i Democratic caucus of the two houses train, on the Chicago and Eastern Il- I most reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. I realize that the day i it'

iu his! name The State is i of the Alabama
plededanew I legislature as his own linois railroad, collided with a light here when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prepared to give you
; to principles for which he gave: successor in the United States senate. freight engine one and a half miles

., his K. t Oonziles', iuCoJuuil'hiitate. The caucus had a full attendance south of Danville this morning seriously this value. Am recieving daily a line jjstaple: and Fancy Groceries that will j
and much enthusiasm was manifested injuring the passenger engineer '
and all demands. line of DRESS GOODS A TIIINS SHOES
when Senator CraIg, from General Pet- and slightly injuring one maU supply any My :

Perhaps Another tus' home county Dallas, presented: his clerk Those and two passengers. HATS, CLOTHING for men and boys is complete and full. The prices shall be i 1
Industry. seriously
injured are
name to the caucus. :

Wenij ye-l a very pleas mt vi!>it The nomination was made by a risIng -I William Titus, engineer, of Chicago. made: to suit -OUre are here to sell ;goods and they shall be sold. See u*. l lL
vote Slightly; injured:
and member
every present
Tuf.vlafrom Mr.I H Hell, if Haitimore. -
rose when the vote was put. John Qolalan. of Chicago a passenger. -
Mr.( Bell !is visiting! Fl"rida .
Today each house will ballot for sen. I j

; for the purpose of e<>lrc! iug info mat ator and Wednesday a joint session John Vandergriu. a passenger. of

.ou loud statistics about tbe will make a final election. It is said Dvansville. I
growing that the five Republican and Populist C. C. Winks, mall clerk, of Williams jl
? of sugar and cane hiruji and if he tiuds members will vate for Senator Pet port. Ind. A.L l

tliit ttiesuuectu' 1 be grown !protitatle tus. The impart was not violent, the .
t trains having slowed down considerably.
a b'u milling plant bj located
miy TRAGEDY AT NEW ORLEANS. The engineer Jumped striking i i (
at some suitable place In the stain. on his head. His fireman and the ;I

., Ojala wan Duce the, t-eattr of that Street Gamin Stabs IS-Yeai-Old Boy I Ito other engine crew remained on their !
Death. engines and were uninjured. J
industry and may become! again.
New Ork-ans, Jan. 27.-A youthful
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murderer who escaped and is un- Carnegie at Fernandina.
f Re/ Carlisle P. B. Martin 1.1.0. known EtabboJ IS-year-old Ned"WeatlKTS FernandIna lla., Jan. 28.-Andrew
: t W-mr'y, Texas won: -f a to death In the lut scope Carnegie is on his way to Dungeness. I

r morning, wbeu h'Ml ri-iiig, I often parlors in Camp street during the on Cumberland island near this place

.. find a troublesome collection of night where he will visit :\Irs.1a.1") Carnegie ,

phlegmhlch produ a Bough, awl The murderer was one of a party of who has one of the largest and I I1 i J.

street gamins who entered the parlors.Vhey costliest homes in the south. A large (_
t" is hard
1 very to iliiloge: : but a small
acted U'ietcrouily and Weatherswas party; of his friend:: have preceded him
:. quantity B.illtrds Horeitoun I :S (
rup forced 1 to eject them. He had to this place, where he annually
t' will utongedMogeit.and\ Lime 'r >tible) just pushed the last of them on to the spends a season of rest. The yachts ISkibo |
m :.
is over. 1 kilo of no medicine tuat: t.dewalk: when coo of the crowd drewa Hornrtt and Ascot belonging j

I r: is e j'itl to it, and. it is M> very knife and drove it Into his breast to the CarnPtde family, are already ,i

Ii'a"aut to take. 1 can: iuos' cor.lial In the presence of Weather's two anchored at Cungeress
I Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own blend of
It ly rn'ominetul it III l'l pi-r.oa i, needing brothers and about 20 people.. In the New Hawaiian Attorney General

medicine for tlir<>:it or lung troahies. confusion! the murderer and' his gang Honolulu. Jan. 27.-(By Pacific Cable different beans, and is in great and>rowm demand. The very best to be had

t ;0. .'' Price 2) ', 5\1'( :11M) Lot le at esr3.I\(*+o1. Weathers died in an hour. )-Lorrin! Andrews has been ap
Tile Anti. D. Tho pollee have gathered in a score for the money anywhere. We make a specialty of pure fine t offees and Teas,
MouoNly :ug Store: m pointed attorney general of Hawaii by
of well known juveniles In the hopeof
i' identifying the murderer. The Governor Dole, to succeed E. p Dole, and ann thing sold by us may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Low
/ h Flinch Party. refiipned. Mr. Andrews !Is a nativeof

f. Mr. and Mrs.: D. I:. ytcmv: r enter- from Weathers High hays Shoals came, where recently their New York and is a grandson of prices, reliable goods and prompt service attract trade and we hold it. Try us.
one of the earliest Hawaiian missionar
taiued! a small number" of their father is a physician of prominence.
!* '. He served a term In the territorial 1

i- friends Monday night n !liiueti This Cardinal To Visit' Raleigh. legislature.To .

is new and fascinating game: was played Raleigh. Jan. 2S-The church of the I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store .headquarters wht.n you : ,
for several hours after hich Roman Catholic orphanage will be dedicated Big Sanitarium.

ful delight in May and it is expected that Chattanooga Tenn., Jan. 27.-Dr. come to Ocala. \\ e are always glad to see ,"ou and shake ,."our hand. Ask for 1
S music: waseuj tyed. J.
4 Cardinal Gibbons ana several bishopswill Keno a representative of the Battle I II

At o'clock an eleraut! supjn-r was I, attend. Cardinal Gibbons was Creek sanitarium! is in the city; witha i

Served at tbe coudasioa of which' for years the prief ',1 charge of the view of locating/ a ;100.000( bt'anch
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I Catholic church: h,<,fe, and: is greatly sanitarium! In this city. Lookout S. R. Pyles Old Alliance Store. !

guests reluctantly bade good night!; to beloved by all denomiua;.<.ns who mountain and M ssionary ridge are be. ,

: ; their charmin; entertaiuers. I know him. I tag considered i!


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The paper "Ol" the People, for the People and bv the] People.:'

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THE OLD RELIABLE W. H. \\ jl.or I :, of Chu s'on, !_ TRTJXKBIDo .
:-\. C. rueinher of the HI stait, _
Baptist Convention Adept! Strong I goven The
I I j.iu Mrvei ;' l>o\i_ 'U'+ aut :0001 l jiunk' .1
Resolutions In its Confidence is a 1'1..11'11ut vM or to Oi-ila, aud a j ; ;
OYA ----- have aJ..f good trunkhat: wr will

l in His Integrity. Kites' of he Ocala House. I I| ,ial I'W 1l'klsA h I Uih. Y !h-L Ocolo(

('u' Wilsou of !
The Florida: llapliat Convention owns a large tract A Good Metal Trunk 52.00 i
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C.t land retching almost from the city A Good Canvas Covered Trunk: 53.00
r-ceutly in tension in Lake City, put
A Good Canvas Strap Trunk $4 00 furniture
1QYJ limits of Hula to he \\ i'hlacoot-hee
}t itself on record: Laving unshaken Leather bound l'rs- trninnnl, :triUiks at i.roP -

1 :..: r confidence in the purity and integrity o river. A banker should never \1'0'uli,.., ar.j I" : vrhI !!I'rJ"r-Iy;.., Company

i ..o.::..' of its! r.r "i..l"nt, Dr. Join F. r"lbt-to, Tl e tract embrwos nearly thirty content himself with n"stnndsti11" Th.e 1r.. all UK; RAIJUAIX-iund}: w-- ha\"...
21 i ir I thousand acres and f" ) ,elil11e this ..!her i'ar.a: uat
7 r al!:ain=t wLom tcantUlou charge> business. He

have bren made public by influential year Col. Wilson will. ertlt a large should give encouragement 9
AT S ;\/1 I IT H S
G mdiuJuaUarad Lew>palms in Florida mill and will erect it so near to Ocala I I to healthy growth. I OCALA, FLORIDA

bAh and el
The resolutions adopted by the convention light. 1 I Ocala's territory is on --

( st Luke City nad as follows ; Col. Wili-on! is a mat pleasant and the up grade. Let no _
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ItrsulvedThat we, the lijpiiatsnf: aflitbie) gentleman aud will spend! apart one get in a hurry, but I

of his time in our d'y and wi il!! all pull and THE THE 1 1i
. 1 Abt3olutaly Pure' Florida in convention asiembltd at together i

( THERE IS St.'BSTJTUTE. Lake City, f la., 180, do hereby ex- be a great iitquiniiiou: "o its coiumerfial keep the good work go BOSTON BOSTONSTORE .

and social eircleo.It .
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\>n-** our unbounded confidence in ing. i
was through; the effirtsof :Mr. STORE
the integrity and ability of the trua
.: I John D. Roiiertston that ('111. Wilson
MOTTO : THIS PAYER WILL NOT tees of John 11. SteUon University, !

;,. FAW.N AT THBFKKTOF: TUB MAN WHO I I and congratulate Ihe uumr.-ity upon '; became a purchaser of tbe;t' lands and Hunroe & Chambllss, Buy YourSHOES

R14StUUESLYA\1) ITHOl'T MERIT he was so well pleased! with his purchase BANKERS,
, I its wise administration and nuagnificeut -
RtlCHEDTHETorOFTHEJIILL; NOR here that he has t-iuce bought
Ocala Florida.
eighty for e thousand aers in II{iIIs-
DOWN IT. Resolved, ascend, That we have in

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SAli r-ii3i72: :2AS2I3.! Lsal !litIf. ::- which we are justly! proud, and one Didn't Wear a Mask. A Visit to the State Convict Farm.

which ranks among the best institutions Rut her beauty was completely bidden .Saturday; in company with HOD.I .

WillUm II- Oist, of M,!lntosh, of learning in the south in i by K>rt", bloti'he+ and pimples till *} mood B. Bullxk: member electto

i she u1O..d! Ru. kleuV Arnica Nilve. Tht'ntll..y
wws, a visitor\ to (Ocal Wednesday.Mi Kjuipmenf, number of studtntaanti the legislature from this county,
vaui.-hwl, as will ill eruptions,
Utility of work.Refolutl lthe editor of this papa. y'siteil;: the
.... Adah lieunetl, of Crystal l lRlvtr fever ores, boils, ulcers, carbuncles From The
tluitl That we recognizein state convict farm and hospital for
and felons: from its: use. Infallible fur
WII s bhoppinif IU Ocala Tuesday. -
Dr. Jihu F. Full, the distin cut, corn>*, burns, wakU and piles. toe aged, infirm and invalid convicts.

i guhned prettideut, of the uuiver.-ity, a Cure guaranteed. At the Anti. II The farm is admirably located on !

rla' vlitortTu..J.y of al ility a scholar of rare Monopoly D ug store ; ';x.. 3 THE BOSTON STORt.
Among Ot s prominent \ luau great i the crest of a his 1 just east of the old i
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was )1..,. Mary Williain attainments and a brother beloved Important to the Public.At I Morgan place now owned by Mr. J. 1

alike for hit high Chribtinn characterand house Block Ocala Florida
Alleu.Mrs.. flue regular buin'-frs nieeliu? of R Moorhead.The Opera il t
hill devotion to the II I
.J Ir* 'iii,:leton, of Martel, lathe : unfaltering the I l-'pworth Lfugue of the Metho- I farm consists ot acres, which ;0-- --.Q

gu, i.t of her ('OU..illIN., Hugh cause of education. dirt chuich held Voudny night &t the WM originally under cut i.i a'ion but .
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Resolved, (fourth 'Ihat we regard I which has since
lU>eraft.CSteit church the following resolution wadadopted grown up in t-e
the the tlaudtroua! attack made upon and the L'ayue reporter woe I. growth pine and oak tree The-e I J. STARR STERNBERGER. '
activity prevails: town ['lr. J. F. Forbes: as a vicious att.( ku are being cut down and the lald'j
quested to have tame published, in II
of Manatee at.d .Ut'rts of industrialeattrpiie I
]>on a good and iuu<>ceut IUlln. Mud the city ptpH" inforn.atiun: to the fenced and preparations wade for a I WHAT I/O YOU

i *. are ou.fO"t.- -- wellrrr.tly'r-joi( e that the trustee, public : crop lltt-fOD in the sea-on.lbeho !I ; atg' THINK; OF IT?

('OllgftM"ru"ul'.rkmltu: is trying to after: the mo 't thorough and search- Resolved, That this League will ..piial. sleeping! apirtmeuis I r eata slur eta -the t nr ain I've set urN. W'tI1,

inK iU\'f'.ti :l'inn, did completely u'l and kitchen are all under one MI f ML there are tome rare chancesrffrrtng:
L*,ethe Tampa t>lle tor of t'Uoltll1l1'I'tftl \ not levy at y fj*<-i4l ei-fcinent: that t

n' N I.ttt'r H..Ury.Mr. onerate Dr, Fortes, vindicating! its individual! ni+-rub<*rs cannot rayiwithout I and built, in the hape of the 1-tter 'f, I t I now !o j urefcp R L< me fir a htUcecite ::

----- ttiutuii-hKi l'bri..tian'ht.lar from I to out..ideof the left wing L. ill, the&leepin! apart i ; 'I at exctediugly attractive figures.!
pers.i.s j
\ L ti I have very dt I>ira t Ie pieces of properly -
P. II. eidKourd proprietor of even the suspicion of guil'. meut the the !
kitchen and
right, > '
t tHt'sulnnJ. fie! League; nor will it be a party to j : on my bM.ks' natal ly cLeap.

th iahuHvlll-: tchlne Works, is in fifth, That we record our |II I any scheme which tends to secure diuiut' : rioiii and the s'rm'ii h"-I'i-[ C w i (l'i.u-usl I'pportuuitie.s for the investmentof -

O.-.'. .ttemUuceUou the I'r.lted belief in the et-Ubli-h'd innocence of '
;i | II m.u..y (ruin ih,s- within or withoutthe tal. Etch wiiig id r-upjhed wiih a largeorttualleumsof money.

Mtf nil,II il't "urt. Dr. I'"rltIt\ ud that, we p'edge! to church ittjsinti their own free I large- stove Mud in the hospital 1 and! ) I H"iieelots, etc., mpri inglj low.

I him mid and to the institution over I will. steeping rooms are a large uunitr far I Verjt .y u rm. .
Any out M-nd'unr UK In a club of J. lAhK: SrhKMM-KGEB.: :
whll-h he preM It'- cur unqualirteil! indorsement iron hods-a separate b-d being |pros |
A Runaway Marriage. _
five cn-h cub-s-nb'rs ei'her to the 0"
and eutbu-'HsMc 1, \'port.' -..1 for each pri It1t-f. Evh bed usuppibd >
; tliilynr wrrkly OetU KtutiTreceive will tunl-y rm rising a rom'tntic .
with a good inattre, puts ; c:.._ :'! LE J: ;T. '; "'rI :-=". .",
ropy of the paper frrr.t A Little Boy's Life Saved. marriage( took plan in O< aU when !I .I

----- I hit".. a f--w vsords to ay regarding :: Mr.! pfrriu and Jima XelliO'Neal, loss, sheets mid blankets and each I THE NEW DRUG STORE
prisoner with night shirts and everything
Mr. (ir..r.t :\1.-.11, f..rmt'11v arr.j i- donahrlniue's Cough Remedy. b -th of L-vi u, in tins county, \\"l're'u
It sHd li'i'f IKH'S life and I t$ entirely ch au.
drill of (V-*U but now triv, rnn fur a my. _sited iu marrmge. I D. II. BROWN, M. I U. Proprietor,
f_.1 that I .- enoisjh.
.nl o PIUSit I The kitchen has H good range and
Mac lurniture ho'tse in N'e* YorK, i is I ImiuUtoti'e "f it trot .\. E There were fat.utal otjeetiona to. -
i I the food, while plain, is ample, uutri
in the - III-tkh.o the young (' Uileiteto.take -
__ e cioui l.odV.- II co*)ked. The diuiug f Is now ope-n( anti ready To servo- the public with Pure. Fresh
I gttt hi 'u with M thp air i'abr> riled riHUers into thir ouund
('lardy. and link MIll. I IArry. of i-uultl haid'y rethe.l I g'i.... ih- table u i well supplied with er's'k-ry, i lJruat tlie corner of :South Magnolia street awl Ft. King
'I 1'i1l.1, .. a-* a r. suR: to
they cam
T.lIt'1ll'l.lI.11..., arrived iu Ocala tIIt"tI..ill..t I. r'..ted Pv.-ty tit nun : kuiv.s, fr>rk!>, S..O..IS, et... The h..Ie !, \Vflui\euprfttyliueof : ,
Oda urdtj' and were married. i| :--tatillllt'ry. Ti-ilet Ar'ieh.s. Perfumery. Toys Etc. which
Tu..ol.y afuruoou an I are the u'es until he "tnrew up" sod then I is surrounded with a high plank' '
ill before their
we \'ire'sh.lPI".r!* to inspect making purchases.:
thought k-uiv he waa gomw; to rh"k> t.We .< MI. Arthur IHrdaker.! uisnkrer: of i
Kur ti. of :Mr.. Cardi's (l11t'ut'Ir fence and at each turner u a sentry
11."th. haul to pu''1 the pMt-ffni I the big West Lumber Mills at I K
D-l, MrV.. O. Maxsey.Senator box.
out of hU n-outh in ure-it bug. I l,'vou, hetrd as best at the
wan I
Mallory is working to have struiii-i. I am 1 jx+!iiivt- that if I hadnog wedding i Commissioner D. E. :McLm, who CAREFUL COMPOUNDING CF FEEtCEIFTICKS;( ( IS OUR SPECIALTY

the 1'uited States appropriate 3.fkM: ( H) K--t lurllf of-nqh'u 'diciu. Mr. and Mrs. Sperrin returned I: has .supem-ion of the convict c.'mps |I jp':; *'*, '':;!r:or..E'JLjl.; ":-: =,-I'-:: ..2"""'.,........,,,..,......."" """" .........".."'. "'"..... 1J._=:l"'JI
my boy would ivH l h" on vmh to-ly of the state, assured us that lilt-
for the compVtion! of the roadway Joel Demou, II'wo..I. Ioa.-For "' -iturday afteruoru to their home at ...
Camps thtoui hoot the state ras
from 1'euracoH to the NatiotalOiueiery 'il le Drug Stor*, Levon where ( lit)'. s \uti.I.IIII'p'I. ) m with the, lumber lhegrom mill U connected nicely supplitd with bedding," !. m ,nnr"rm"n", ,,,,, ,,,nh11,,,,,'I 1'''IIIh'',,,,n,,,lltll,, '"hl1,,,111111"

-., HS i.. this
At the Churches Sundty, l'lI.n'p.
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Till.Ut'lil" Hiuner hay just installed In the absence ff Ht-\'. L. B. Warren Simpi Colds. Purely; the i'onvi 't* of Florida! are

i telephone aud will! be J.leaded if its He". E. L Tinld! who has been r Ceaeo be simp'e, if at all I rolong- treated in a most humane: civili/ d

friend sill, cotnititinua'e'e t.> it any tMtjuuruiiigiu Ocala for toI'IDt'etl'*, 1 It'd. safest way it to put them and Christian manner.Tlleeauup I \ !
ide at the bediming R-tllard'd
Io"| ttrw'that nay be in their pos- filled the Ikptist chnn-h Sunday lure is to be eulnrired I -

a....ino that will be interesting for morning and prt'adu.l"t'r)' acceptsbly. !rewove i! ; : and buiMii'gs up for the arcommodatiuu Is a Source of Pleasure to Everybody. If > ou are hard to =-=

50ct r (pleas, uo there\ ; her style will please } uu and convince )OU that ::::
and! 51 (X) a bottle at .\utimooopoiyDru of the superintendent and
f puhlj.rtion.Iil.hatuepaprrthrTutu_ I It f :; you are not bird tu please, only have not found l-efore the style 3
.\ the Methodist church, owing to. Store, niI managers of the firm
Herald, :: and nunlny lOU desired. You will find th-finest style and us-

pa the iI1llt of the paVor, n.J.. \.1.1i I I Buying Cows. Mr. W. F. Coachmsn of the Natal :;: fOrtnient in the cit>. and most complete.! Her noveltie and
h>" that CoiiK'rt-x-iiuiu RobertV.! i
Davis Hendry, Rev. R. T. Rape, of Cotton j I I Ry reference to our advertisingI Stores Comp-ny, who his this matter Paris patterns will readily explain why tl i is i U the mo-t fashionable ==

blnutat and in all pr bability i in his charge, in'ends to have the place to buy yaw niuier ht'ttl1wt'ur. Mrs Tompkinb' ttforU y:
Plant at the morning hour
preached ')Iutu\o it will:l be been that there I is -
"UlI"t'utirt-I)' toeuter the have succeeded establis-hiu Ii bu&inees; wlore foundation is
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and n...,.. J. D. C le, the new presiding ; work done well 43 everything is i done
j! a carload of Hereford cattle in this .
racefor I'uiied .
time tie campaign npeii The either, preached in the evening.Itev. '; city brought here from northwestern that this company has anything to :-: \.el'l a l.enetit tit everjone. You want to know you are well =s

Henry W LitU: preached' at rex,"'. do with. :::: dressed ; quality an i style lave ihtt sa'Ufactiou. You can buy -
tla'llI'lugll"Ill lie an interesting one. -
the Epi-uHipbl church Sunday morn- !'I ('01. L P. :Miller Monday invested firsts. Mclver & Macky are the :::: our uullinery from \lr... Tcurpkins and know you are in line _

wi. h the 1 le-t. A -tft't.1 ti-factiou and a deliaht! to on tern- -
Mr. James flied> of ('hllrlt'stou.I I iug and lille l his ll u..J l appaiunwnt !!j in twelve head of this due beet and ontractors, which is tantamount ::: plt>-. You will JI get jour moue>'s worth, and tJie style ;:

S. I1. who at Orange Like undj terna. sayiue that the work has been donein :::: thrown in.
han beru the guest tf his: Mr J. M. M.ilen purchased two.
_II Corner: <*)j'-1 Vag'i/'avrtfpt! sell! Ft \+enur. Opp.,site U.Mon: :at.bir _
I first flats It.
trother, )Ir. Thomas, H. edy, for th" The&u-ckis attracting. deal a tot) !

past few 't'"Ii returned LomeThursd -- A Sworn Statement. I! of attention and from prtseut great indication Will to Homcsassa. :?1jljljl'.11, '. 1 Ui; Ili111611UlIiIIJU1111111111i1il1Jll. '. ." !! 1 Illili. lllllllllllh' :

This: i k certify that on Monday, ge .

Mr. Keedy came to Ocala! for the 2S day of October 19(11( I purchaed >4'I( a 1 of them will" be bold in a flacon,
the bruttit of hid Lealth aud id of The lUoket ().-uU, little while.I .
very COUIJ.AUV, I I't'r) I I inn party left Macon ye"tr.lay after- al.irria7'taaatataa, sal r.t Itl3trtstl iavitaatt'etftti.
n..uch with Fla., a pair of thrir Tuuiiha I5r+nd I
delighted our climate. He The purchss- the fine breeds
for Homotasatj Fla.
noon : where two THE MOUSE.OPPOSITE :
penitentiary made shoes, and tint I '! I : CLUB .
ullt'\'b to make fn iueut visits top1Nla means. an improvement in the stock I weeKs will be spent hunting duck aud :* _.._.. __ _ ._ rfP
have worn them continuously! eversince I _____ ___ ._ e_ ____ __ -_ I
I of thi!! county Hud! i N oue of the huaevidencra tl-vr. 9f
aud the UPI t'r and wiles art I !

Mr. Miltoit HwoJ', fwrmrrly tutor will iu hood I'ouiiitutn ; and it U n'1 i jet printed in these' columns I The party, which nwnWr oiue :ff Ocala COTJKT Florida.HOUSE.

belu-f that they are good for three of be ter times nh'eaJ. t
and excellent i is fol'ows: *
proprietor of the Marion fire __ .. sportsmen, a* : )
.. mouths 11IOrt''jA r. This i is fourteen !I -.
I'tl-N Mj.i I ue Florida lUptist Witue) LOST-tiaturdiy:; night January :24, Judge W. H. Futon, S. U. Jaques, T. Cuisine Fiat Clasr Rate Reaonab.lo.= i
numth-J wear that I have aln ady received J Iii
i. a vUitor to CX'aU.
the tnp Hl the gars LIItiet very u..1 coal was $I.IS. old, part of mane hangs on one bide" Johnson, RoUu.l Eliis, Emmett ?

lUhtli upon him aud he U I :looking I. 1' MtVEXsJ, i i of neck: and part ou the other, white i Barnes and Robert A. Nlslet.-Atlanta ; Special Rates By Week or Month. k

C'nnor, Fla. ';; pot on forehead, wire cut tear on one j .5 K
very youthful. For seeral I t I ll Journal.Mr. I.
i. y't'arI'I1 Sworn to and subscribed before me of hind 1 Kg-, clean place on back near
>Mr I ] MRS. TH05. J. BARNES PROP. H'e
HtMd has been practicing law in January:i, 19
Georgia.uII.uIIu.IIIi. 1 I teal) Notary Public. I'Fla. liT 2td wIt I assessing taxes. pE+kt .a >rr l.lttt.i.yr # '1 'sx t+!t-# tic+fk t. t.t,#;tt**!


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i ;,. THE OCALA R.En, JASUARV 30, 1903
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I' this coudi.eut; but be that as; it ma ART AND NATURE. i
;THE MCNROE DOCTRINE.r { ; ] An Editor's Boy in New York. 'fa-,
the mistake of the Philippine cannot % ,
I now t e corrected. We have pone too l. Master WallceStovall, sou of Editor The riiamrrnVrt uaht by Force of i Mother '

?, The Corner Stone of Our Foreign far While hat mistaken step may Wallace 'U\'l'lI, of the Tampa )tbuJical rlopmeut.,
There ft',\ tl.ii'ts lu
are really very
Policy.PI.NEVNVOODS muke. it more dilliciilt tor us to maintain Tribuuf, i spending the winter in j i -
uj* in the world todihrl! \
JAN. 27, IMS. !j the Monroe DiVtriuc, vie uill New York and U atteudiiig ebllul 'a cwtirially: chanxcil 1 by t1l' t'"tsof t., a ti. Burns
mamtiiu it uevertheleo.and mor
t : t 'i.i.ii'.imen ; I
To the Witor: of the Ocala Banner. I,j there.It I
vigorously. l't'rn'tp.t' now Lave: a and women: tUfuiMl'nart..- the
Duriug the diSt>u iou of the right greater hicrmivr to cut the i i-ihmmn oiay be interesting to the re1.1.1} best examples of this all | >r\.idiiu'! : nfluence. : '

t of the etutes tofrtetde under the coubtUutumas canal: and to build more warship?. : t rs of this paper to know that this ;I: The boasts of tiunh'ii ; the: 90
which the w'' .r'; i wall Doe Her hand
LoriJ BUSH. creatures supply the
j or
it then existrd: and, at little fallow, fresh from lh" Vla! iI) I ,
I animal food are reniotoly! ilift"rciit
the breaking out of the war betweeithe I The "doctrine" was; prououuc.-d in pul>ik school 1, rufered OlleIf the i from want they were in the '*';::luW: !! ; Children fall .* .<

&tatcs, every boy of ordinary in. II a linkage; to e ingress by President public schools of New York and iu a'i iI The work of breeding; and traiiiiii,: hits, I I f against the stove
I and useful! .. ri the 9
addt-d -:
U'lligenee in the w>uth knew the con- Monroe on December iud:! h'J3! suit rlasg of fifty two stood highest, renching j 1 i beauty I ?.c? in
I birds of the air and the l't-.i-t; of the! w some way every
btitUti<)U of the United States a* wellas I wa called forth by the org uizttiou of the luasioium nunibrr UH' iu au j I field, and the same upward tt'tb! !l.'Y is ><- isP
day in the.*
he knew the Lord'prayer.. We I the "Holy Alliance" between the examination for promotion at the I noted in these latter days in ;!'I i!.'u'l l .r
which gladden life with their l-i\f year.
were face to fare with a condition that I bovereigus of Continental Europe the last elimination and was awarded i i !
I HIIOSS and which admonish 1.1: In [p. r- I
made: every boy of twtlcv years of age reiteration of the "divine right of a silver medal for bU excellence. : tualy! of his frailty. Pie.i..iiit! it i is >

a constitutional W)tr. king,,"' and the contemplation The wed.'I i is $l.b..1 property but B to know that what may Ik' c.i: .-.1 t!..' j I .
sophistication of flowers 1 h.;> n '!" 0 j
\Ve may be at the: pre::-rut aioment of thf reeouquest! of Spain's: lot worn during the term by the scholar J them of not a whit of their ;i. .tit.;I lcluirm. 1

facing a condition that makts it colonies in South America.The : who receives the highest! mark. There is in the SWNIMUV' iii..I.T! ,J I aracamnh ( ,

advisable that every man woman essential feature: of the messageis Little Wallaoe received daily dur I j j of the American Beauty the z.-.t' :in ["I
r revive In any mind attuned; i t" i-!: L.rt:
I Lint! cilkiOUthecontinent of America as follows : ing the term little stars and at the I of nature sweet meulorle ..t' t..I."I. v: .

.. underhand: the Mouro[ IXwtrine.! "The occasion has been judged end of each month a certificate for vines and wild rimes, cr "-'z:;: :w.l! l, RELIEVES BURNS instantly; draws out the fire Coo, Soothes

The events in Vectzuela during the proper for averting as a principle in excellency in scholarship aud deport blooming along country ru'uls:!! Tini! i i and Heals tL: Bum without I leaving an ugly s ar. Keep PARA.
scent. of the rich and full can.: .inn:. tt : .
past few weeks are of utlid' <-0.!! I CAIvIPH in your tome. You need it every day. Try Parocampt

meut to at !lea.-t arouse" inters'"t in that United Mates are involved, that the All the Florida boy needs to become tions of borders of spicy! littlr pir.ka: I FOR COLDS IN THE HEAD, CATARRH, HAY FEVER etc.

doctrine which is: the corner stone of American continents, by the free and a David Crochet is the opportunity. tended by loving hands that have !Uvnfolded i
independent condition which they for years in draimk rti">fIn SOLD ONLY IN 25c SOc AND S1.00 BOTTLES. '

our foreign! relations! the validity of have assumed and maintained, are We congratulate our little friend i the regal chrysautlifuiuiu 1.* >."i'a (
\ic may at auy time be called upon to henceforth not to be considered asubjects and hope to see him some day, when i the amazing product of brave Imp: asterS DRUGGISTS.I'or .

for future colonization by !lnyEuropt."sn which canto to eiubelht-h the d defend.It the Tampa Tribune becomes as influential
yanl with the first chill of autumn and!
i Is: the I'rivilige and duty of the powers."We andto in journalism as is the New I after all of the summer ll'lUtLS L.iJ .ult !inli-Moiioiiolj} 1)rtl'itort':
owe it, therefore, to candor
press to discuss: and disseminate: thekuoledga the amicable relations existing between York Tribune and other like papers, perished.-Kansas City Star.e.oml..1 -

of this siuii'le, yet by the United States and those: its editor, and when the Isthmian

many wisundt "tool, and by many powers declare; that we should ton canal i U completed the Florida newspapers The native pointed out'14 to D. tho' granger e e608ege00C SO""tI

wore, unknown l.1wIf the I knowledge eider any attempt on their part to will reverse positions with the an old man who was:: !>.!-,-.!.,:.
extend their Astern to any portion of "That man." said the hatne, I
of it, and the love of it, and | now influential papers of the country, I I
this hemisphere as dangerous to our the world on claw, ( _:urIi':."
it will be the iuppirattou i like good Ben Adiu-m will lead the
=.: loial adherence to peace and safety: "'Makes Q little money go, a l"h; w\o-. RMD1r

of i iU defetiM I quote the Nothing can be simpler and clearer van. does be?'' e a
"Well rather. In the \\u: fl..- $n-.t
following from the Tim{:-rnion and than announcement.. About Prominent Cities. I revolving dours iiita big !iiu.M: :._' t'! ,It 8 The F 1mes-Union :

+ CiIzenof( : e-lih hist: Having announced the "doctrine," The census i making some very he owns and he ue\er touk tu.iu ojiajjain

FditcrTtmes; -l.";,,u and Cititeou we must defend it; to defend it we strange disclosures.! For the best cityin all summer.' 0- 8
"Pure matter of economy REDUCED
"*.\ tditorbl l in your i isUe" of several : 0 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. e
be prepared. the Union Boston first
must Prize
gets "Exactly !>*!!.Y AN1)" si NDi\
da>s> ago (11tb t-utjtct of The President Roosevelt !.c right wb..nhe and Birmingham has fairly capturedthe "Rather small and mean. I -.M: \ O One :Mllth! pMagepaulThree : tO ,
Xew south America tlits in the face think. The cost of taking t.ut :l"i! [t'::a- Months postage! paid .. .
of the lone! eharirhrd Mourar 11.. trine, says ; "Th Monroe Doctrine will : booby. ting !back the revolving d-t-.r-; .n,!:_" t i ..t CD :s One: :X: Uuathprtage Yt"drc..a&t pan paJ! -i a;

and boldly suggests[ 'the dropping of be respected, as long as we have a first PerorU, 111,, U the bight-si taxed to be great, and b*'. jrivm,! !hui: l.:.'s ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION $1 50 A Yfii ia .I.

the bar." clas navy and not very much longer.1' and Somerviile, Mass, the lowest. and their patrons a lot of >.>.irj tmi-UcfkH: tduion six: Mr.nh: f I ,
labor." semi ttccklv: Edition: One Sear : *:
"The Monroe Doctrine declares that We should not forget that Napoleon Fall River, Mass bus the largest "That's just It." explained t'.i! i..a.' e. 0 ,

no European poer.. 'can extend their IIItskingadvantageof disrupted number of births.Somerville "lie's mi-king them work fur L.'J: : :.<,: comniutncauoii-,' remtt.n.ehed'.eaddrr: r '

political 1 system to any portion or nothing. Why he stores up the i I"" ,Wl r I THt i ii
condition during the Civil war planted Mass., and (Charleston FLORIDA TIMES UMO
.. t'itht'rm'f l'\in couliuent nithout generated by those doors ai.J u< .5 :t JACKSONVILLE, FIORIDI.5U5CRIE !
an empire under Maximilian in S. Chad no divorces. ... ..
S endangering our hewer lUll hippintIi *. to run the elevators. \V hy. the t: u :

!is equally iiupo&.ibe, therefore Mexico. so close that be doesn't :et iu.i.i :u
Futtiue food into & diseased! stom- summer because be thinks t ;", .\a'c'f
tht w e should behold ouch interj Eternal vigilance and heavy guns is
i ach if line putting money into a would cause him to give out heat t::..tthe'll i I
j 11O!. t inn, iu any form, with indifference. the price of the Monroe Doctrine. need In the winter.CLira.cPost. (
'. ." FLORIDA CRACKER pocket with holes. The money is lost. .

C ; "This d.vmiie i hi theeLrnertone of -- --- Ali iu: valu. gas or no'hiug. When 08QeeOs eeoesc e0 8oc.e..
the is difehd with the Had >o Time.
our fWeisju relation, and t'ttowei A Cautious aaten+ent. ,
sacrnl in tue.auiuds and hearts oft alh d organs of digestion and uu'rit- The Boy's Father Madam. let ce
Th New York American asked ask if your daughter knows bow to run
AIUt'rk.u ton, the food which is put into it i - -
r leading democrats: "To what extent! a house-can cook, for example, and

b1of"Germany fighting may men te' 'a and Iwsrmhlg rt'tot'e."oun'u should tarn r-foroi, governeentowner } largely tracts loet.from The ir. uufitiou The body is is not weak ex fact nurse, in the familiar sick with mend all clothes the EiUlli'ari-and.; in ff''nH'' r"'"''U''m"1tt1t"'t1''H' "''tt'ttf"ft''t1ntf' $ ( "

k ,' but s.hf rust dud other hip and government controlof and the blood impoverished. The ous details of domesticity? -- .-....

Held of conqutst. W e receive! with trusts tijure iu the next democratic pocket can be nit:udei. The The Girl's! Yotht'r-l't.'rtanly: sir! !
open :stuns the! individual! but thereis national ?" alonihch can be cured. Tbat sterling Why, if she had learned all th"C WEEKLYI I
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uo abidjuj; place, on either of the medicine for the stouuach and iiiood, things, her education would haw been

Aiuerii-Hii contmmtyfor the 'political! To theequestioi; Represents- Dllc:.or Pierre's Golden M dicial Dis neglected-Judge. ..

)stelD.' That: Ht rtuauy bas a desire Stephen M. parkman of Florida replied coctry, s -
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for the 'druppiui; of the bars' and : a d power on the organs! of digestion:: "Well" said Xoah as he hunted fora

foothold ui-ou; > American soil is: "We rht uld declare: to the countryin ud uutritiou. It i is a pt itive, cure for dry spot on the top of Ararat "a lot I BANNER'S I !

un M'l'ft.'t. the democratic national platformoflsKHltbsit 1tuo&t all disorders of these organs, of people came down to the pier to joslias :
"01.1 this subject, the Army and and cures also such, diseases of the when we started, but I don't see :;

> :\ay Jjurual l of January 10, cars: : a revision of the brUr i.i heart, blvo'Ilivrraudotheroraua, ash any of them around poke fun at our '

,_ 'ToHL UU 'Qui CVx-e de 1'vuare, urgently! net weary, and should pledge AV their cause in a we..k or diseased; home coming."-Life.
l'ta.r de Vivre, aribed to liis-uiirk. the party to Hccomplish that r-suli+ f -uditiou of the Stomach. ;
Flaw It IbpP u'd.Jud .
is the iu-pirattou of the at- ,
perhaps successful at the pi>lls. This uiodifica'.iou *-now did you come to cnb!
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tviupl Urruiauy: is !oU 'li() cd tot* Frederick X. Wtigbtuovel> the ..
I should te carefully i''ius.iderwi.audiuord. this man &v> severely l ? I
,;! making to -ecur- a foothold! in South Kussiau doctor, who baa Weu HU Orflcer-Well, Per honor. t*' kt.tfictlj par. a

America, as wdl a* i ifc Africa. It t* r to work no injustice to trial at Tampa and which trial bas shills aa' wudu't dodge a sc e \ .r rr

BiUgfaird! that .iermauy U at thbottoiu any industry should l>e curried >.utaloiis created state interest was found crack Oi caili at ,".:m.-Jidcee LIS"T

of the rrfuvil ot the D.+ul..U democratic Hue .
Thomas guilty of manslaughter. The penalty, who gives a m: meanly i is meaner -3
Warty M to u-
lUirliilUrut "Ttie time inut yet ripr, in my -
.. sttrmany! cc idiu to this. s.u>rj for this ott'eustt i is imprisonment in anttett e. -: -- ... -.
jUt.wt'n', to advocate govtmiueutoau f
wishes some day include Denmark the state penitentiary fora period not .

within btr U>uud ,rU>#, and with thfD r hip. :Muniriial control has exceeding twenty year W",..ghtDl'vel's E- We have made special arrangements., where! !.>, we 3 3 !

h kingdom St'l'Uft'f.llltb..ltt inAmtricau been tried in many uf hettie oCU>eUnitKlStitf
ni;> attorneys will apply for a new I Old Harvest can offer the following rai:; to ttu1; paid in-td- :
waters by the tn\juiaiuu *. and bats. proved rucce -
.l. trial. ... l North Carolina vance subscribers : I
of St Thorns .
.. Thi, of \'UUnMii'. et p, and -
'Wb tt'H'r 'be outcome of theVtutZUfUu The Ocala Weekly Banner cont .t ,-
au imporUul one, iu tbr dime u>u of I = BANNER and Jackaonvi'.A: : SCUMWeekly t | !
atl'tir. we may If sure than Matt,
eight more
pages any CORN
that GiTiiuuy will not cesvf her government control, but we shou'.d! I WHISKVI ? Ti !cS- Union! $i 50 a ve::t..r 2 f ffc
uewspap priiiteu in the county and i '
etl'on* to stmiii'h-u her h' me corniiitrcUIly proceed cautiously iu markiug out I THE
the price: is ly dollar I OCALA BANNER and The ':'otnt'itr.Ilran' j
01 one a- yearLe \ |
and othrrwie upon thelaud this line of action &s a part of our Lstht'very be>t hrCtt'i it .

covered by the Monroe:'triut'WltU .' party poit.'y."The ms than two cents a wetk. It a i one I is gt>nuiudy old. t ft'iarau-! paper'si_ { I.S a, year. \l i

of t:th-\ Mouroe the DK-triue broad interpretation i i3 that given power of the trusts opt-rating ..i the cheapest and most completenewspapers I teed five yea.r1.1 an.I .1... THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta! tr:: ;. \lrtltlS! | :
i iu Florida.
a few' wreksa o by a uiruiWr of Uu.l' in iv&truut of trade and deduce of printed I void of fusel oil.Awarded == Journal. $1. ;,; a year. .::.:.

j Moutreil .Tmuber of Coum.rceThitt the Itw should tie curbed, and the Thpointed paragrapher has rare.' % THE
and Thr.a-a: Wick New' I
Dad li t-iifd to Gold Medal i
Unly just aneddrta arty should incorporateiu
a wiser thing than the following: I ...
by a rt '1\-euutive of the its York World. 51.05: a year. U.3.
that rtTecu
phtform 3 plauk to No hill; pleasseome men more than : 1898 as First Prize. ,; -
lUltisb Naval' Lfd-ue, ursiug the ; fE
fortu\lion! lfl'naduu branch of "As to the other p'auks that may to t>e caught in the act of doing Ii' :: THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta \\\ ,-klv!. C r. |

u fr ,,iiily form of the I It has that "M} I ti .'I.t.w' nay'r : stitntion
a part pUl- deed the 5i
the teigue, and !ouqt': .in; that it good on sly. i i! 75 a year. 3
form of halls I that a judge ">f Purt >ld! N.-ri. j:
iuti,ht mute urn> te useful sgstiusithe I It too tram to

United State*. di-us them intelligently at this Worse than poor statesmanship, Carolina Corn Whisky apinvciaies. s j THE OCALA BANNER and Li; pirc: :, '. a" azine. |

I "M*. IVrraucl, in opposing thr Imovement I Ii time." the Atlanta Journal rays that Baer- I| =: .. 5: .;5 a year. 3 ;
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i aid: : 1 he Mouu Dix many has done even worse, sue has displayed E 3 '
and the That Coal Incident.W'eare ?1.'H.) per quart : *J.50 for fours i -j
1 r trine is there to protect u-, I s

I Auiencaus: are too logical: to undertake ,I quite pleased to see that Venezuelan parr aflair.rkma1bip in the I{.: full quarts-Full mva:ur<;, f. ,1.> b. g Cash Must Accompany .IL: : Or, !Lr- 4 I i

But c j
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suib ratiipaisu.
any ; i ...
I t Hon. Jams M. Grig**, cbainuaa of ii ... ,
! were f'O.idt' P
toul'h.IUIHlgu :
: any the democratic congressional committee Booker T. !Washington, the fame Usnegro I i r
and Kngtaud did net l' waist, ;
I is trying the k'1f'lUUetbing educator of rusket-g, AU.: is A dlesTHE: OGAtA BANNES s
F there w.-uld stilt be nothing to fear.11'e STRAUSS & CO., Sole Agts. OcA Ranli Ii

have many brott err and l'Ouiu thit tbO\'&ls Banner said some books to tutor sn address at (Gaiur -__ -___ Z

t ou the other ide of the hue, and i w eks ago'il: That the suspension vilirt'Ltbe'rLiJYi'f: : Frt'Uir\! :\. for Oc-ila. Ma.JAS.M E-: CUT OUT THIS COUPON FH.LlN -
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tint the tariff does increase the cost to ::::: FCBUSHES OCAL- BAS""IUL .
t P.i-So" < eeat in V-uezueU all signify : (t'itAilAvt.: !". -- ;. :- > w .': M! ;F v :r- -- .. ,. I
the consumer, and U by so .. r.J\\: :J' .
morn a
that the :'I'n.>" IWtiiu* i* not merely ::: IIIn: a:' .

a a Cuit'<1 State doctrine, tut an I Ime protection to the coal trust." The First National Bank -:-::- !Or ta-::ca! >e.4 me'he Week'! aurad the ,. :Js ::S

\ fI, n doctrine tending all the This: susprndiou of the duties on :=_:=: : ?3 e
northern hon of eta A' i dr
from the -
nay coal even for a little while is everywhere .. .
Horn from Urernland's :::: lIS : R ;, _
Grrcn'aud ro
Cape ; OF G.\I\\lLLE.. '" .
:acknowledge a boon to
as -4
icy mv>uutms to Ti<'ira del :: 40 ... '"
Furii0. consumers! of ooa'!. The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County. :: .. +A .

*'1t may t>e said that we are inconistrnt It will perve *s the tiM Ion in the :: cit ,,) ..

iu that we establish a rvpublie new ci't>ehl"m of the great good that Capital . . . . . . . . . SoO.ivi. t"' ,) _-- -

iu the Philippines, thereby sowing flow Surplus and Undivided: Protits . . . . . :2uiw! ""A- wtr .
to the
is: American '
,. D .> eiclaively b nkin t'iinewith fieilitie e Utl 10 bank in the -- .
weds of drtmvmcy in the very mid a ? <| any Dote .
of the monarchies of the world, when the hampering walls to ccmmeivar state whets the accounts of Farmer, Merehiau, Corporations --- ; .4
# battered down and Etc. Interest allowed ysjtrial srrsBgemenL All bu?:ne-d :< .t' tttata.y a.1t11 11 e .t+altf Ir
declare that shif
while we uudiachingly I t7U1IIIlltIUttIUtt11111111111l111111tIU111111U$1U1lI
trap a led promptly.i =
no monarchy shall ba established[ on are :allowed: to *ail: on open *!l... .<-r H. E. TAYLOR, t.8hi*.*. UIIt1UJuutl



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United States Circuit Court. I REBELLION SPREADSIN I Women as Well as Men\ TERRIFIC EXPLOSIONAT fT Will sour the sweetest disposition taxi 1 t

) The L'uitrd Stairs Court for the I :| I ill D:: transform the most even tempered low table

Southern I) -trh t of Florida for the I' Are Made Miserable by I | / j _j nature into a crossgrainedSORE and t

Ocala term convened iii this city I SOUTHERN CHINATwo Kidney Trouble. AiOi; : ALA ; irritable If impatience individual.or fault-finding. are r f

. ... J. W. Lock presiding. All the Hundred Imperial Sol I Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages Six Persons Killed and Twenty tortured by an eating :and painful sore. :
is find after
truly discouraging to
and lessens ambition
: beauty vigor
otfelnls I jur.treand witness except diers Killed. = and cheerfulness soon Are Injured. I months: of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that the place i

I>i-trlrt Attorney Stripling, werehretrnt .6; \ disappear: when the kid- ----- I remains as defiant, angry and offensive as ever. Every chronic sore no t

REBELS SUSTAIN SMALL .LOSS. 111.--\OIIf: neys are out of order FOUNDRY EOilER DEALS DEATH. i matter on what part of the body it conies, is an evidence of some previous ?
rt\ ::.: '"' or disea"cdr.iW constitutional or organic: trouble, and that the dregs of those diseases !

Tie following IN (.lllersV. : Ja+, G' tKidre trouble has remain in the it be that some long hidden poison-perhaps i
Arsenal at Canton Has Been Orderedto Accident Occurs In Malleable Foundry j system; or nay
\ Locke, district judge; J. N.Uij I r/: become so prevalent Cancer-has come to the surface and begun its destructive work. !
Have as Many Rifles as PossibleIn The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh
$ .Hn C. >. distiict attorney; H. ;| f for a chili to be born '!
? R-adiness-Manufacture of Ammunition Ij h ,. .t'{;\*V a!.filctedwith weak kid F-ny-Portions of Boiler! Were and the skin regains its natural color. It is If

1' M Irk, a+.i..hut ilUrict attorney ; Increased. l' \ \ .. .. revs. If the child urinates Blown One Thousand Feet Away ,i! through the circulation that the acrid, corroding

Jolii F. Horr, U. S man-h! ; E. 0. too cf'en. if the fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it I I

Victoria B. C., Jan. 29,The steaia urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child Anniston: Ala., Jan. 29.-The large I irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify and
I>CK clerk; Kuct-ne I). IMae, er Shinao Maxu from the Orient brings reaches an age when it should be able to boiler !n tha malleable foundry of the I invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or I

drr.u,ycUrk ; H. 11. }':)1..9, crierV.. further news of the spread of the evolution cin'fol the passage, it is yet afflicted with Southern Car and Foundry company, j other hurtful materials are washed out, fresh rich LN! >d i is .l: ro. t I the t
be -we! ing. depend! upon it. the cause 01h located in this blew this diseased new tissues form, and the decaying flesh begins t.) have a f
place up parts
marshal P.C.SUctney !
II, MtConui., deputy in South China, which, after difficulty! is kidney trouble, and the firsts ;
morning at 7 o'clock, killing six perI I! healthy and n3.turallook ; the discharge ceases and the sore h .as.
en should: be towards the treatment ot
: chief otlk-e deputy mar- being dormant for months broke out these important organs. This unpleasant roDS and injuring 20 others, some of I Several years ago, my wife had a severe S. S. S. is the only :K-od purifier f

) phalli recently with a larger scope than before trouble is due to a diseased: condition cf the whom will die. sore leer and was treated by the that is guaranteed entirely vege

delivered the usutlchurge On Dec 19 a battle was fought kidneys and: bladder and not to a habit 23 test; physicians but received no benefit. table. It builds up the blood and I.
I/xrke ,
Judge !In which 200 imperial troops were killed most people suppose. List of Casualties.The : Our druggist advised her to try S. S. S., tones up the general system as no

to the IIInit jury.: He touched by the rebels. The rebels sustained V/cmen as well!! as men are made miserable whites killed ate: her which and she she did.has been Fourteen well ever bottles since.cured other mtUlcme.oes..1" If you have: I f

briefly IIn I iHjititedly) upon ail matter siuill losses. An order has been with kidney and bladder trouble, Thomas Eiick. pipe fitter J. R. SIAEOLD 22 Canal St., a sore of any kmdVrtteus and get
and both need the same great remedy. Cohoes, X. Y. the advice of and I
received at thearsenal at Canton to Isaac Har2y.: car maker. experienced
within their ptrviewotleu The mild and the immediate effect
cuiultig have in readiness! as many rifles as Swamp-Root issoon: reall.ed. It is sold J. A. Forte. boiler! maker. skilled physicians for which no charge is maae.! Book on Blood and Skia

againitthe pi"tat, revenue possible, and the manufacture of ammunition by; druggists, in f.fty-; r" The negroes dead are:. Diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co.. Atlanta, c..

and currency law?, indeed all lI1fcn8t'iI ; has increased. cent and one dollar i ,.:....jjsiw. ..... .:::.:;:::.:. John Mitchell coal heaver. -
Without the jurMlctiou or the state la all. cm 3<)),uoO men are underarms You may have a[...;.iT"-',1.: :.::.;Tsaxrle Charles Strong, coal heave -- ---
: divided into four sections, each bottle by mail l __-.: .ioJ:,,; One unknown] coal heaver.:

f) and! within the juii.-diction of the under an able! commander, and the free, also pamphlet tellHome of $ aaip E*>* The whites !Injuted are:

!IU t'lIilnl Matte. whole army under one Tang a former ing thousands all about of testimonial it. including letters many received of the W. H. Lewis, boiler helper, sustained

military: graduate of Tien Pain university internal injuries; will die Clyde
Mr. Hamuel It. 1'yles was made from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
who saw active service in the & Co.. Binghamton 14. Y., be store anc Price car maker internally injured; I
fortmau of the jury, and Mtsrs. J. China-Japanese war. mention this paper.PANTHER'S: will die! Robert Haynie, car maker. i

I). Wllltaiis and lamp Chnmt-ers Peking correspondents of Japanese Saucher Brazier, car maker. Samuel I

warrplf4)tntttl Lamn::. papers report that in an audience with CAPTAIN TALKS Peak, car maker. Jesse Kilgore, car Dyspeptics I

the empress dowager at Peking, General mak>r. John Sheppard. car maker. E.

After the Bunding of the docket :Miles praised the virtues of the empress Clears Captain Terrill, of Steamer Julia L. Clanrey far maXrr. Harry K51gor ]I! '' fro ride every day I by their own eareltseA I

tan! eateehMngthe petit jury as to dowager after she had eulogistically I of Certain Charges. *. -ar maker J. S. Manley car j I Kota. Caw && f cooebpatioo before it 1
referred to American achieve- I maker. Howard Collins car maker. I j, / 1f1 =
Wr qualifications as jurors, the New York. Jan. 29.1n a letter from I Taie
ments In the Philippines. lie is quoted -: Captain EcKeru.ann, of the German The npgrops injured are: II i I 1f
. tOKt took an informal rm-M: until 3 !, I4 LMR FILLS
as saying that her qualities surpasses corvette Panther to Captain George Anthony McKinney internal Injur. tONS \ \

.-look. those of Queen Victoria. The Terrill, of the Red "D" line steamer i is: will die.G. F. Hall internal in. |I f E 11

The court re-convened at 3 o'clock dispatches state that Britishers at Peking -I Julia rtgarding the charge of giving lurifs: will d'p George Green William II I 1 Ii! AOTOfflQ PELLETS r

were much incensed in this regard information leading to the capture of Small. William! Jackson William II lr l the only remedies width eadat !9amre sad do sot get in her {i

iB the afternoon, hut there tiring! no J. the Venezuelan warship Miranda, the Wrigler, Lewis Books Henry Hud- I I xsy. PoReriu] psrsnrta grape, paid and min wnirmetf f,

Barre ready. for trial ailburmc until11'tdarrday German commander says: gins. I drug tokens. Raawo'e Prmediee ect gently sad leans tine i t i

morning at 9 o'clock. MAY MAKE OIL STRIKE. I "The thorough groundlessness! of Cause- of- Explosion.. i ,1 eyrtiem indFpsodeat of Bulge, For ode br ell deCien} ,

returned this accusation, which is likely to In- The cause of the explosion is said I S Your druggtet wiL tuy'yusb a try ea9ple w ea wit ,
the grand jury

indictment a ail1.t the Mlowiug Wells In Ware County. de-rive of the dead and injured were at work I 1 1I

Earl Howard, William to place at free disposal, beIng upon !it when the accident occurred.
named irs in- : your you I
\Vaycrosa, Ga.. Jan. 29J. B. Hoi- htW YOrfStns {
absolutely unknown to me, the The dead were immediately carriedto
r Nettle-1, Solomon Itoyd, Samuel combe an oil expert for the American 1 Clreenevllle.
following: statement: undertaking rooms and the wounded
q K. :-uell, Tboma. Smith 1',1 Nathan Promoting and: Tiust company of Boston 1I /
1. There was never any signal carried to different! departments ofthe Tenn.
has: left here after spending thrHlds's
Irviuir. investigating oil indications in passed between you and H. M. S. plant where they were cared for 1I I

I Panther. by city physicians.The .
',lIiuu.ult awl Solomon Boyd
\\ i and aroundVaycross..
"2. His maJe.Hy' > ship Panther did work of removing the debris is I
and lie was here upon the request of
entered plea of guilty were
a not l leave Its anchorage as you passedon now in progress and several personsare
the Waycroas Oil and Gas
fiuwl ;IUl) each and >-euteuced to The expert stated that he company,1 the evening of Dec :20! 1902, coming believed to be under the piles of

thirty diy* in the Bradford. county seen better surface indications than I from Maracatbo, and moreover brick and mortar. POST! OFf )('1: )) Ur(<<. STOIU O( ALA. i-i.t.
since the beginning of the blockade, Starching For the Missing.A .
here and stated that oil was certainly ,
J.U. somewhere under the earth'B surface until the present day has not yetpassed force of police axe now clearingthe I ---_ .-------. .- .
lf 'I I'l-"n ymut
*...* truer wrr.. oU.I-t-lI.Hi. how deep was impossible to determine. Miranda II moreover, has not been missing: will proceed as rapidly as pos.slNe. !I IJ<:"! ....,..c-"' =A.:=....__""'" -"'..... JIJ: :"" ....,, ..."'= ,,=f miifiir i an if!i:m>Tjg pT 1
sEtrted; .
l. Jt-ieu B. Omit plead guilty and I
He will make a complete report ira I Portions of the boiler, weighing! a
fined !oO and Sentenced to MXnwtitlH MAY HAVE STARTED GLOM ,
win few days and it is believed that i it I ton or more were blown over the top;,: : Strauss & Co.

in the Alachut ('oun') jii', will be favorable for boring one o. i of buildings 1.000 feet away from tin.
Meeting! of Cleveland and Ohey
of the
tout UIMII payment of fine sentence more teat wels. place explosion. I.
II The company has about 5,000 subscribers Causes Political Rumor Thomas Birch was on top of the .
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*"* wa* cUfpended.ThnuiM New York Jan. 29.-Because former
for this purpose, but this engine adjusting plpeing! and was j MONTEZUMA. EXCHANGE
Smith pltad Guilty and was amount will be largely Increased If the President Cleveland: and Richard Ol- !blown to the top of a nfighl-oriss! i

iunl S1UU add Mii'fiiced to ore expert's report is favorable. ney, who served under him as secretary house, and instantly killed. Isaac

of state, met at the Waldorf-As Hardy was struck while standing r.t !
mouth in Marion cuuuty jail. TURPENTINE SOARS HIGH. toria after the recast Hewitt memorial a distance of 70 feet from the bo.1lH I W olesale D alers in

Nathan Irving fiend! gully audMuteiirr at the City club a report has been room. I 1

wits ceiided. Price For Pine Spirits Breaks All Pre- circulated that the object of the meet- Birch was prominent in secret order

vious Records. inx was a starting of a boom for the circles. WHISKIE
flwtrtJlI.tWIHII, c*>e wt for trial
Savannah. Ga.. Jan. 29.-It seems presidential nomination next Yedr. -- --- Ii . that there is no limit to the price that Mr. Cleveland when asked about the B 11

the CII-es of J. B dsfer Brimou ; spirits of turpentine will command. report, remarked: EMPLOYESPROSTRATE .
"I have {I. T:: .."I':.1l: :: ID- ... ":"_ ::r..Lt = Z11.--:: J
not the of
Som days ago when the market I gift prophecy, so
} and K. J. J.ibiHon "uo Lill!> write y ;
, reacae-i !;:s. !t surpatsoj the record for '! I cannot say what will be done as to Peculiar! Atmospheric Condition Affects

# found. the last 15 years: but a spurt took I the nomination." Workers In Factory U i
STRLU''l ( F UHRY[ 1EEr1[
Thursday tie fallowing! ca>es were it yestr
.11-1' aerl of: records prices. Sixty-one cents a ? the former president was j epheric condition, due, it is believed to FUI Quart, SI.CO
gallon was reached and trading was asked.
heavy fog outside, has prostratedeight 1'. N. Tillbaui, a white citizen "I have already shown my confld a : .
free.Two employes of a chewing gum factory
of AUcbu county, plea-1 guilty! to hundred casks were tlspo?ed nce in him," wa the reply. "by inviting in West Harrison street Victor -

t-entem-ed of at that figure while only 60( would him to become my secretary I
belling liijuor a".I'U'4 lapep Stuecker, 17 years old was so severely
have been required to fix the price. of state.
SUM aud nerve thirty days in Factors are jubilant over the situation Further .Mr. Ckve1a.nd'Ou1.l cot affected that his condition: is t

! AUeboa county jail, but upon go<>d and the operators are getting rich. talk! except to say that hie! call wasa considered critical In addition to
those nbc fainted 20: were made dizzy
brbariurt'rntener Exporters do not !< (?m to mind the social one. I ;
l way su-prndrd. I and ill.
price at all, but buy freely.
The bond of Cicerotiuell, awhile IN BEHALF OF ALLIES. In the belief that the trouble was
Rcs'.n! Is also CJ the jump, having
caused bj escaping the ( OMPLrlE ,
: Country U>yf fourteen years, was reached $1.75 a b rrel for the meanest gas. companywas
Belgium Will Undertake Administration notified, and a repair! man hurriedto
[ caBCrlieii and defeudaut wa-i dis- grade. Venezuelan Customs. the factory.A .
The nsvtl stores trade I Is enjoyinga I I
cltarged.Abrani/ prosperity: it never knew before. Pans. Jan. 2S-It was learned today short investigation showed

Fiuley wa- tot'U tenct'(1 to pay that the Belgian! charge d'affaires was no leak, and then the fire department -
at Caracas. M. Van Der Heyde. has informed was appealed to. The
in :Marion! Safes Cracked In Waynesville.
U..I aDd serve one montn his! diplomatic and official colleagues could not explain the trouble, so th
Waycrosa. Ga.. Jan. :9.-The! littletown
county jail, t ut upon pnyment of tine of Waynesville on the Atlantic that Belgium Hill undertakethe proprietor telephoned to the health department

'IDrriI'lDmt'ut \\ I'i! tou"l't'ndt'tl.FUD Coast line, near her Is in wild excitement administration of Venezuelan An inspector went to the
customs in behalf of the allies and plant, but could do no more than the r
-II nell wl white man, on account of the burglaryof
<< an ai other claimants thus relieving the firemen.A .
Coast Line
the Atlantic depot and g
charged with counterfeit United l5ats and other who the .
Living;: parties interested physician treated unconscious
the store of W. M. WI??ins. Burglars -
r from the responsibility of ad employes said the heavy atmosphere \
but sentence
r"ury, plead guilty, blew open the Southern Expresscompact's .
ministering the settlement probably was to blame. t
safe in the depot and obtain.
*ft* not filfiHItl.A .
j Belgian will
agents: oe appointed to
ed about J3 In cash. TIe safe in .
. t Iu'iibu Everett plead! guilty to receive the customs and distribute the Deported Men Rcturnln .
Wiggins; store was also blown open
rE'Specth portion to the different Tampa. Fla. Jan. 29.-One by 01e, -
f T and sentenced to '
plliiig; liquor pay21tei and $.5 in cash and a lot of Jewelry STUOSS' "Ifi"Full 1
cIaJmer.ti. the anarchists
agitators and alleged
aDd serve thirty d.ys In Marion stolen. The burglars used dynamite.It .
who were deported from here about a t -
!is believed that the burglars were -'u Quart, $1.50.l
eouuty Jail, but promising to uo Ion- Formaline Treatment Efficacious. year ao. during the great Reslsten

gr great the Uw and Mrtnvf him- too strangers; apparently tramrs. Providence R. I.. Jan. i3.-The first cia strike, are coming back to the c'iySeveral ,

demonstration in Rhode Island of the weeks ago a negro name: '
.dr, rrurero,'e tv+it KupQOcleti3. Lightship For Brunswick Bar. I efficacy of formaline in the treatmentof Kelley, who was one of the crowd

Washington, Jan 29.-Brunswick'sgood septicaemia! has been on Mrs. Fred came back to Tampa. He is here ai!
Notice. forture seems to be coming in a Wolsat. by Providence and Pawtucket :
I present. A few days ago Pedro Cas
Tb. I'utllr annual' m..etius uf thn lump. Riht at the heels of the an- .'h'sicians. On Jan. 13 the patient tilos returned, and was given a roc:.1hstbeer1

I1CJt'kbndltfS of the Duuuellou 1'li.n nou r. ai<'r t of her new steel factory was citically 11 from blood poisoning: : al welcome by his friends. This mar i

phftte Cotwpauywill te held at th. comes acton by the house committeeon Her temperature was 1

ofllw of the company in Rockwell, commerce which will give a $100- 44. An injection of formalinewas to get back to Cuba. From therehe
000 lightship on the Brunswick bar. made as a last resort and the .
West and then
patient went to Key came
Marinu Florida! Tuerdny,
county, ,
Some time ago Congressman r3.ntIintrod'JCf.d I rapidly improved. Within 24 to this city.! It is probable that all n::
Frttruary ITUi 19ii3 at o'e'ock uo< u.
a bill providing for'such hours normal conditions retu:;ned and the men will! be back i ii Tampa aeair, ;

t ItAU'ii RAKKKU, an appropriation: and the committeeon her improvement has since! been con before many more months roll by.Iorlca's .
SecretaryTh the motion of Mr. Adamson, the start. [JsaIwayspirej

Georgia member has taken favorable! !
good people i l of Tampa oannor Orange Crop.
action t'.-on it Millions: For Railroad Interests. Jacksonville Ha., Jan. :2&: .-J. S. Arnold

uud"htaod'by IleuryVatter>on Montreal Jan. :29.! -It is assertr* the forwarder of oranges, state 1

should bv gone to New York iu- Rush Not here that William McKenzie: one of thepromoters yesterday that he believed! that his original '
S. C.. Jan 29. H. F. I
and builders of the Cana. -
figures on the extent of th(> ----
t1t'1&d of Taur a, nor can anyhodyUc. c. I
Jlush. who shot and kiiloi Conductor dian Northern took with him to Dng Florida orange crop this year woul d i 5'22S' 525n5 5'2S7! 5 525c5S25Z5r'c25t51sP '

...., TI.He'u ideal weather and) I. T. Stephens on N'ov. 15. has t.a'n land acceptance by the Grand Trunk be borne out or that they would: com r525Lr252aZ5M2

until lee tri'd and aoouttod of murder. Bepause Pacific people of an offer for all their! ROBBER STAMP WORKS
Julias on were I.n'l'ltn-d as near as; those mare by any of th::1 FLORIDA aR
of the prominence of the parties railroad Interests in Manitoba 5
for hltu. and the shippers early In the season. Hi!
tilt'd.H lie ccurt room was crowded durin:; northwest The total price agreed i.1 I Mani.fa-ur.r-- "f i4\ N. Itulilior h'IIII", 'SUmilAulo- ill
-- -- original estimate was for 900.009 boxes .
.Urtil 1:
,.'y'knadk, n. .i <' .I
The Times Union Las en'ered the the trial After half a dor/n witnesses upon Is placed at t1S.0)On00( or Oranges are still going forward and il t I 1 crapli 5tarnp.lntippplie.A order.. y :
lw of t.rlihtpirarapler( Listen HI wero sworn tor tie state the solicitor egitninn: ; > more than tha total outlayto Is believed that there will M shipments [VJ he,ur-;. Spwi"l atiHiition in mail j
verdict of not guilty N When in flip city give us a call.
agreed o a date. Friends assert that Mr
tbi for ill t.u't' Whoever wrot e this week to the extent of 20. '
"Little Witer'Mt i- site to and the deEo-'
Droj,4of 13 said to uive ki'.I:">>J Stephers because financial details so that the deal can some of the growers continue to hole(I l;
loa y it was not written hy a Keutu- LS rocs 2
r of intimacy with his wife.I easily be consummated. their fruit 25 ; ?.55'.59 .5'1..59..2Sl5'2S

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THE OCA LA BAXSEI!, JANUARY :;l1)'. (lI"i! ; J Jit z zT

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T STRJKS COMimSICN.! I ,. =,. -:", t :: = .."' ............ -- .\ )0 i'
J F: $ 0,000 Per Day GIRL TRIED! TO Kill '& Formula tells the story :

Prescription cf In.':;::nCer.t: Operators I t tGrove's

; This is the average sum paid FOSTEBPAIIEHTS : Casa retina.P'iiladclaiia ; .
I Chroidc Chill Cure
I' ; Jan. ;27..TI.e; prcfnI II
f daily to policyholders by The I I '
ration ef the independent opt-rntors .
I Administered Rat Poison:> to Not a patent medicine : a thin spirituous liquid, of a plea&azt bitter taste, made of
r fl. Mutual Life Insurance Company case; nab "hun! today bvjore ti.o; alstiile
I (,oalm.: Ion, Liat: (ol G II. .',!:,...- Fluid l Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK f f.

of New York :Multiplythat the Pair. tie &I:: Co., beng the first e-iu-- .. (l <.1.:1! : Fluid Extract' BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK II.

1 by a year and the wonder WANTED TO GST PRcp nTY. I fctl ror the company:: ;: caiueu:: :'-:::..,' tpr'se \.. Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA ..

I :' by tu. .-.;t.o: i.e: I.I
f t of the amount disappears when Thirteen-Year-Cld Nellie: Knisely .Has to summon as a "W..JBSS D. J. >.ci'ari I It Cares the Chills thai other Chill!! Tonics Don't Cure. !.

Been Sent to the Sucquehana Valley i th), cf Hazelton. cne 01 the attorn: : ;"
f learn how and where the I Wit Best General Toaic.! Price 50c.
t you Home Fcr Attempted Mjrdcr; -5hs: f or the mine workers. Mr. WcCar-I ... t 'L No Cure, No Pay. ,"--iiiii/I I
ii largest accumulation of trust i thy objec-.d OB the grouou that heI 1':1' '
I Makes Confession.
, a I could not be expiated to '

t funds in the world is invested, I Corning. N. Y., Jan 27--Xcnia i facts he had learned as counsel but at .1

, f shown in "A Bankers Will." Knisely: the 12-year-old adopted daughter I counsrd for the company said he wouldnot -'I:-,' ..; ,._.-I -;' 'Jc .-" ;:; .T". w. .."i....."...", ."-M.... E:=sr ......roT; =, .Y.. re3... .., .r.' w.r.rYN f... .,.......'-.1' 'I
as I ask questions! which Mr. McCarthy J'= .
of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac ll. Knisely, =1'r"' r.'t: ;',- I
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This book is sent on request. of this city who was recently sent to could cot as counsel answer. The ;:ji--' ,t: .-'c:L--::..

,,. I This Company ranks the hampton Susqaehana has written Valley home home a at confession Bia; lawyer took the waked stand. further objection and r.'c"; :':II'J\j.\I&; J'I'=(2. I t H. BRIGGS 11ARD\V\ ARE COVALDOSTA

First-la Assets. that she had been systematically He was asked when he had first ':.. ';5;"' .1't{' "IL.l Ie. ...:,' 'I .\. ..
4 rid heard ot the eviction notices served ;
I First-la Amount rtdky-bolJrrs. administering poison to Doc foster parr lqL

f t Fi'lI-l 0\0.; ents, with the Lope of killing them by tha Marltto company on 12 tenants, 5? I

so that site could obtain their proper to which he replied that all his information I l
in this connection securedas ,
f f' ty. -
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I COMPANY[ OF NEW YORK I }[r. and Mrs. Knisely have been attorney, as all of the evicted mn -., -
brought the notices to him and retained ,< "i'in
mad 111 lately after their meals
Rhea tag A. McCimDV, President. I very S2KJ22S2E33 1
and ilrs. Knisely 1 Is now an Invalid as tlm as counsel.In .
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the result, it Is alleged, of the poison answer to further questions wit .
J. U. UVIVC3TOS. JR., Agent Ocala Fla. taken Into her system. At one time ness said he knew the leases signed C l

CKCIL: 1LCO.X. Agent lor the state of. PlotidaJicl'.Jartl Mr. and Mrs. Knisely ate canned meat by the men confessed Judgment in

; :. Kli.( and were poisoned. Physicians attributed ejection. The evicted men told him ItOLI.S. .FROM Only the: Ural, H: A R D VI !
had sucha
the illness to the canning. they never willingly signed OL'U; u\ EX material I Ku.s!
The Episcopal Silver Tea. About too same time a neighbor Informed lease and had never given authority into the (ivcuml hull I%

the Kniselys that Nelllo( had to any person to confess judgmentIn ) ) the
The first;: of a eeries of monthlyhilver
told t isle daughter that when her ejectment
'. teas to be given Ly the Ladies foster parents were dead she would "I tolSeved," continued the witness Mill and Turpeqtine Supplies
"the rllIl" ',ul. It is dd lh'! fully! l'ri"'I'" and
Church: Building Fund Ass-ociatiou of have their property and that she had men: had a good defense, so I |
hitlfsoiiit few Fliers l buttered
i A : I is a
saw the sheriff and asked him to notify
given them dose which should kill
weal in ill t'lf and l hlinosths tiutrriouhas :
Grace El'i eof'al church was given liy >
me a day or two before he servedthe
them. .
:Mr. and Mrs. Knise ; ment.OtiliTH. l"! :"'.:-:...
Mrs[ B. A.1VeathrraTuesday afteruoon ly then recalled that the notice so that I could prepare the for Itrt-a!, etc., can be mote

at her elegant home on outh girl asked them who would get defense. He promised to do so, but Bati>fti-t<)ril\\ tilled t II
tholr property If they both died. After failed and when I upbraid him he Largest and Oldest
Second and Pond lrettz4.i .
they had booome ill agaIn they discovered said the writs had been prepared at ieE&lUS' tAKERY
This tea was one of the ino.-.t pleas that a package of rat poison midnight and brought to him at 6
in Ocala this had NelHe o'clock in the morning with I Instructions Turpentine Supply
ant alcialatrairsgiven disappeared. They accused .
: ThauJOTINANYTiJUSJ I rt : '''l.t I I li.t J : t tt I
viuttr. Mrs. Weathers was assistedin of putting poison In their food, but to ftTve them Immediately."
she had protested that she was eating Counsel for the company! asked the In Georgia.

.\ rtcrivibg the large number of the same food that they were. witness if ho wag not aware that judgment -

; gutbb by :"Ire. t' A. Tydingsi, MI'!!. She is said to have told a girl companion could not bo confessed unless I ..,.".." :;.=

H. A. FordMib ea Esther Weathers, that she intended to give her an agreement had been eignwl a
foster parents another dose and runaway "I have heard of forged papers," replied :Many newspapers ban'halal-given i'iinvwy Southern Agmto for
Hattie Dye and Mela Jewett. ti rrporto fry irn.t>puuMturti".- to the eftWt
Mr. McCarthy."Do .
to Pennsylvania! The girl was i| 'hatrHENEWHOMESEWINGMACHINECO
There were about a hundred callers! then sent to the Siis
the afternoon them home. In her conff during among lad entered a trim or (' lIlIllInttlllu0'; wish tt:
"I mean to SAy I think the m--n were
she feels sorry for what sho has done.
who ;j a assure the pahlth..t there is.i truth mUch
being a number of gentlemen, grossly I d 'Ccl\"(,, ." reports. We hail hen manufacturingpwlnz .. ;;,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,
received welcome Counsel read from stenographer'snotes iiurhlnpgforoTitra uuarttTufa ccntuy -
an especially warm OFFICIALS WILL INVESTIGATE.Grave I'
and liave osubltslied for ,
n reputation our-
statement made Mr. McCarthy
a by
'1 he large dining room table was eves end our machines that i I.the envy of all
Charges Against Nurses at before the oommlaciion! at Hhers. Our **A>ir ileutf" machine has Mill ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. PRICES CHEERFULLY QUOTES
very prettily decorated, the center BeJIevlew I Hospital Scranton to the efffct that the reel- I j lever b 1'nrl Bled as a family niHcbJne. .
piece being an exquisite bouquet of New York Jau. 27.-Official lnv itlgation d
violet.At one end of the table I I !is to bo mate of charge pany In addition to the file chard ".Vf tc n.Utf' la tJifn1tf realty L" W. JOHNSON & BRO.
I against;; the nurse training system 1 in the minersHe asked tha wttnnas; 111| Ultill GBAVE ZttrlHg Jlathinei
Mrs. (}. T. Maughs poured the coffee be knew thle bo :Mr. McCarthy *
BellevkM hospital made by John Santa to eo. it f/ie wiar&#f. Dealers in
and at the other, Mrs.! Godfrey Mey Ross, a male nurse, who rwvntly pal:: that he had no rItive t It Is not necessary for ug toentf Into trust
o save our rmllt or par any debts gas we have New and Second Hand
ers toured the tea. The coil're; and resigned and in an affidavit saU thatmen knowledge on tha snbjwct. h was a i irumor debts to par. We have never entered tntobm.Utlon Machinery. I
unrsos were in the!: habit of el- he sail\ an.1 he had ai stated with manufuctuivrt of low grade KAlii: CITY, 1 FLORID
tea, sandwiches and crackers wereserved ing powerful injutions! of strychnin when he previously mentioned! h.On I heapmuchlDtt that art mad 1A11t:1I1'1'nrd.of !) / tll'J J
t Ont 15! horse
return tul.t'lar IJlliI..r with fit
to the guests by Mrs. S. T. to dyIng! patients! !in order to pixdongthir cross examination witness laid Sa t'lvt'd.when any you ,.want uieriU.sewing Do machine not toot doo'tf'ot1 de- lirH' 11M Tower" ... t'"dl. .iug4 Zt,7T,'>111'111 i

Bistruuk:: Mfeseg Sue Barco, Violet llvs until after the close of th a the evicts men had been ej .. .
Period of duty of the nurses In atteo- notice. '.Vrtr H mr" Dnilrr, he can sell you a ii 5 u u . JJU( .1 III
Harris I'eorgie Smith and Ethel to"N'. Chairman! Graa..' kM if the mE'oDhad ] ttter machine for less than you can purchase fit) u /1 u 6/ 55 . .n'II

Sinclair.: I 'r ain nllnhl, ctj.n of this procedureF r<*>fived! coplr of leases t from the i Jewhf'l'cute direct! Ut If ui.there U no dealer near you, II 5 2" U .. II 55 .. .. ...,

I 4U" II fire tJfIX h to l.-r. . . . 8.1,111.
tn ob'-lr and witness replied fn the
The guests\ *petit the time m"*t the duty of "laying out"f. company HENEWHQMESEWINGMACH1NECOORANGE .. tI .. II.. ..
.. />- +- .." Oth- nepvtive.'Tbw III . . ,."",
pleasantly in nodal chit and during r grave irregularities :. MASS. II :'0" a A1lastire tlOI tJOilu. ... 173.1x1
,'r'" !4,1) rhnr::e,1. The nurses make I It e loaes are commonly knor 'ew York. Chicago; Ill.,:at Ixiuis }1o.. AtUnU li II lanlerou wbeeld . .. .. . li5txa
part of the aftt'flJO..nIilll": Weathers -.rl l denial!: I V Posa'a charges, but as 'cut-ttroat at ('('ments." are th ,Cia.; Ihillas Tex., San Kruni'Uco! CaL 1:1Gt1: I-:: ,

,. rendered some delightful ius'rumeuial 1 :1'V r tu"' !ir work Is ton hard. One not?" -- ODe 80 horse power I..k. Ril lry.( . . ". .,Wi fll'
music.. nurse PI"" asP't. some times has I I "Yes." saId the witness. 75; X. 1'.safelyupright. . . Ifltal

from 1R: to !5 patients! to take care of t II six II B..II aaltnIn'1'I i,'.. ...... . ,..,....
TUB entertainment was a deci.iedDUffe during the night, and these patients Six Scholarships Awarded.Tallahassee I THE --' ,". 3.5" II 1'kilur .. ('rlllJk qua

both and have to be watc> J el > :!i II Erie City .1751x1t.
-s .Hoi-iitlly liuancially.Nearly
twenty dulUrt was -alizt-tl.! ships In the state Normal school at I 0 NI: HU1tIt1' IIl.It/IC\11 'Ift ..

I MOUNT PELEE AGAIN' ACTIVE. De Punlak! Sprinks were awarded, in . COMPANY .
J JMcMillan
competitive examination, by state Superintendent ---- -
An Afternoon With Dickens. Excursionists Visit I Is'and and Are : Sheats at his office on
F. D. POOSER, Agent,
Tuesday afternoon the reading Forced to Flfrs.Catiles Friday. The successful applicantswere
St. I-uoia Jan. :::7.-TM'' the following: Mice! U H. W-st (OC.LFL"P.L, '-_\. Bros
clubinet with :.Mrs. Josiah.lirn and
royal mail steamer EVk took over 4<'H) Milton; Miss: Matdra( C. Dowlins. Cot- I

the aftt-rwx'ii was. devoted to the study excursionists! to St. Pierre Island of r tondale; air C. D. Hathaway.Ve" t- i

of the life and discus.iou of tit .. Martinique! Saturday and returned. \1l1elr.; J. T. Hathaway Wentville;

works of Chare! Dickens.: : The bore today. Mr. D. D. Davis! De runlak Springs; Southern Copper Works.
She reports that while! cite was at Mr. George Banks, Greenwood.
IlJPt'tiugIi!! a particularly |>letstntas St. Pierre at 5 o'clock In t1ar ('r.

WtlllaS Irotilltllt", lint'. Aftercurrent noon. Mount Pele erupted. At the Lynch's Sentence May Bo Commuted ir 's 1 Manufacturers of
time there wwe mon than 2fft' persons Turpentine Stills
events had been diacuotted i and Ii<-k- I/indon. Jan. 26.-It >fa now generally
ashore ind much alarm wail felt
eiis1: life IilJdorksdwt'lt ou at length for their safety. Volunteers from conceded that the loath sentence and General Metal Workers.Old
passed upon Colrnwl Arthur Lynch, .
by the club in general, :Mi.-s L. niliullock tho ship who had remained on board
who waa found guilty high treasonon
assisted the crews of the boats 1 1a in
rt-ad a v.ry excellent Ii y nOI'.i i Friday last, will!! be commuted to
hastening to the rebut After 40 minutes Still taken in exchange: for new
on-js. Patching
and criticism( of "American Notes!,'' of excitement all the passengers penal servitude for life subject to further A.! before stated, 1 have ou hand a
cocIdaratlon after a term of rltJlut of through the country a specialty. Orders mail
c" outand two-Lor'e utowrrx, by or
&r.dlIs.. Minnie Gamsby read a were brought safely to the ship.
Apparently about 800 feet of the years. rnkrs Jiii-kle gnndrrs and rti'airparlx wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
jiHperou"Bleak. House, which w.tprepared s and shah! hoer ill the nut ten
cone of the volcano has been blown following worksFAYETTEYILLE _
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES! cllAJ5 a car lOAd of rl'Dllt"rl!, binder! {, 4
hiss Ford who
i is
: by Emily
away. Dense clouds of smoke passed shredder md every part pertaining

at present out of the city, so con-e- three-quarters of mile from the 1:k. fn make hgrfrBtiojt roc.'roe.
Charles Uhoadea, one df theknown herdt Ib.rttember that the M 14'Trmi.-khimltr N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
fluently was!' not able to attend. lout ministers of the Society of
AMERICANS BOLOED. in' lhr only right;: hand in.cliint-
of the.e papers wt'repry exctllent! Friends id dead at liw .knfield. l(. J.. on the narkrtamid} should you huany } JACKSONVILLE, FLA. MOBILE, ALA..

of pneumonia. other you arc eure to h? disappointed -
Volunteer Force
and thoroughly efljo 't' at Bolljnao, Defeated
The club will meet next week with by Ladrones. While the services sere In prog-! Wedefyand challenge th* world to --- -

I Manila Jan. :27.: -It is reported here re'6 in Christ Episcopal church, of meet UII in the b.rve-t fi'ld. Thrrris
Mrs. C. C.Todd aDd 1 hl4chrny will bestudied. ,I that the volunteer force organized! at Elizabeth: City. N. J.. the congregation 1 the plaoe to chnw what your nm-

Bolignao, province of Zambeles, for wag startled by hearing a loud moan climes are. Call and HM me aDd I Ia FERN HILL RYE !I
: the purpose ot dispersing the La- and seeing John Rowland Moore-wood, ill give you points that will ini..rt'''t

At the Hole's. : drones in that vicinity, has been defeated one of the oldest communicants, fall you aliI.Y} you money. Eveiymarhin

and that three Americans! in. back in his! pew. He died! a few mln-! > nold will b. put up slid
J. A. St. J. H.
Eu.lowjr., Augustine; tested before it I ic turned over to you !& SONS, Distillers Cincinnati 0.
eluding Mr. Osborne. a te&chcr, were stag later. ,
W. Fu.sell, Atlanta ; C, M. Coot killed. F. D. POOSER, Agent.

Charlotte; R. R. SessionHolder; D.I I The Ladronas outnumbered the volunteers JUDGE ACCEPTS. 3-lS-dlt-wlm L __

A. Clark MarteiV.; L. Stephens h, surrounded the [latter and tit 1 This is the Wiskey you hear people talking about
Iloed them. The Americans! dial fightIng. -
Washington ; J, W. Jones: Orlando, I The details of the affair ogtain- Appointad' Assodate Justice! United when they gay "That Good V\ hiskey." It baa

i are alllou; the prominent arrivals at ,, able at preiPnt are merger States Supreme Court T. MURPHY held its place at the head of the column

the Moutezuma Canton. 0.. Jan. 27.-Judge W. R. of High Grade Goods for
MILES IN PARIS! many yearson
Day has
I At the Ocala! Hon+e are, R. L. Pal l acewted a tender of appoint. what?
meat a* associate justice of the Unittl
iner, H B. Foster, Richmond ; 5 I f. Lieutenant General and Staff Arrive In States -

Knowles, Atlanta; CVle Daftly, Nashville French Capital Judge Day supreme said today court.In answer to Machine and Iron WordsIrtx1l IT'S MERIT !
Paris: Jan !Lieutenant
; B. lUliibon, Leesburg; II. H. Miles the General a query aa to his appointment: _
members of his "
staff: and I received the tender
liuckman, Jacksonville: ; S. M. Davi.-, his family urirod here from &c1inresterday Presl-
dent Roosevelt Saturday. I mailed Bra** acid Krouie ('*, ::11'- STRAUSS & CO.
Juliette; R. P. Evans/ Philadelphia; art&rconn and are now at my acceptance this morning."
I the Continental boUI. ins; Machine and Tallcm ,
"'. M. Ho,*, Ft. White, MU-S Ada Thi! Judge Day does not know when the
I morning tha gneral and his appointment will be sent the Shop JIariiieaiitl Kailroud -
Bennett, U. Knight, Crystal Rivet staff called at the CnAed, States em- senate Distributors.
1 1 Kepair. I
bassy and {afar Ambassador Porter
re- Steamer Korea Breaks
The Palatka correspondent to the 'I turnd the vfcit General Milea aJso; Record; 610 t. CIT E. hJ St Jacksonville ii i Ocala .
i received the military attach*. Captain Honolulu Jan. 27.-(By Pacific Ca- i Fltlrd.t;

..... Jacksonville Metropolis says that aloft and other American military an4 ble-The) steamer Korea has arrived, I n .
Lillian the naval oSt > breaking! the record between i MMMMMMuew u MHHMHattui0aaaBiB u MUUdMbUUI B nEC9 DB BB (
,/ :Iilt: Mackay, belle of n and hiE>nls. He will here and I B

Valdosta," is in that city veryonu robe of probably ware General be received Andre by, the and minister! other San HOT Francisco time from hours San )Francisco and 57! minutes.was 4 ,I To Cure a Cold in One DayTake Cares Cripb

the guest! of Miss Pansy: Deveraux French days 22 hours and 53 minutes. Two Days.
military aotabilhles!!! and will Her j
for a short while. Miss Mackay is1Irearnt i at (inspect the military school and other longest .day's: run. the last Cay! *as I I Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets. .A P1I 01\
451 miles. every
the charming guest of Mrs. S. features of the French military sitar Yokohama The Korea will sail for Seven Wffion boxes sold In past 12 months. This Signature (0.cQ' /' bor.2SC.f
tem. Tuesday and will; try for J ,
T. Si.ttruuk. another record.



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't LITTLE A Golden Rulecf !
Hard 10 ilealize the ni3nilt? of ,, Notice of Application for Tai 'Deed under *s. ,
Lon Lincolu Life Tencli to
Work *
Along tK Alabama
Great Southern KerpiEK Aatural 1'uie. Agriculture tion s o1" Chapter Law .A Plan Li
the Idle
Hum. I :
!3LE Railroad. We know how active our imagination -
It is human nature to takp it
Birmingham... Jan. ?7.-A manfust can be till we let them out easywhen Be good to your land and your crop i> Kolrt Bullock, purchaser of Tax Cetlifi air
; back from a trip oa the Alabama we can. and with most people a w ili bs gojc. Plenty: of N'. j.i dated the 7th day of August A II
the btttir of for
or till they get us :1
big bank account will i-aralyzc ifft'rt 1I4 9 has filed .aid cetttfictte in my om.t-iii I
Dattled Fierce Seas With Great Southern railroad b-tw(n lilEangha.m -- KHUV rC :\Ju. .\ mujt In the uriay maJe upplicatkja for tax deed tu Isouc 1.1 *t.
and destroy ambitSou.! Wha can tell with law. Siiil certincate embtur_
anj'lLooc'ist1ng recently udmitted that when he went
r tie what would have: been the effect on FO iashet e follouring described property iitualel sa
Leaking Boilers. various Industries going up on that Into action for the first time he was so I arion ounty. Florida. to-wit:
our national history: had Abraham Lincoln
route, that much work is Commencing 16 chains went oft -
eaya being scared that he lid not know which 27 part i
b Hn born in luxury surrounded ) lIh south uf north
aot ot
FOR MANY LONG DAYS.. done in the of Improvement and but h bad lithe fertilizer, ] spel'.s: cotnrr VIm > i <
t CUT way what :y was north. >? an overwhelming ith- libraries free the multiform 1 quality tunnship is, rajge 11 thence eat l' ftetno
w great to
t Hole armies of people are beIng desire to reach It. whtrever and quantity m the harr I.\..f'H'e. !th .c feet west 210 feet south V feet
advantages of echools collegesand I he staid lind being rd the dati.
.t. Write us and : ass s al A
Ci\Y1on City's Trip From Nome to given employment. The Georgia Iron It was. \Vt. after eix or eight battles L,.\''.? .l''I" ,': the issuance Of such certificate to the mine vi

;: company will be ready to blow in their and after ]being wounded a couple of universities. the manifold opp..r.I \ will send you, I'. .'Xe "" t'-if'". M I is )unn E Walton
Seattle One of Perpetual MisforUn I tuiiities for culture that wealth bestows frEe, by next mail, t.iJ;' ., I'nlrss said certificates shall be 'eilecnr.i j.
furnace at Rising! Fawn within the times he regarded batths much I
\ery 1l1.'f'
/ .r.liiig tu law. tax deed will be i-wei! i'uiion
I ? Who shall whether the absence cur money winning l'
i a-d Ca"cs-Anxiety Dur. next few weeks. Superintendent Larrimer ts pi" i le h.realwut regard the evenins I say books I j' Ii the 2ml day of February A O. 103
I Ilirh of nil incentive to effort mig; 1 1.jl"l'. r" U itucs.- my signature all. kcal thi i::.t
} ing Voyage Turned Owner's Hair. I I is pushing the work. fight :it the Manhattan end of the not have smothered such a genius? fiE\.A. tAU WORIS: e. I-t iLnot Jaauary.A O. i-}

At Valley!: Head the Lookout Iron :;.. says the Brooklyn Eagle. 93 t'iassoi SL-eet (ftI.r '' \is. .ah, s T SIt- fRf.NKj
""tlltH'ultb)'. city bred youth of today : j' Clerk Circuit Court Mar. m C
q'.r1 :: ash.. Jan. 27.-A \
g siwial "ll
company (forcK-rly the Valley Iron Cttws of Wiintins to run when bullets f' i i'r
to Tu< P *t Intelligencer! from Port I company) ig just completing 2oO fly are by no uuans difficult to find. glutted with oi i ortunit5e* for acquiring \JtfI ---- -
knou ledge, can tVl that hunger JW NOTICE.II .
T'Ii.t, nhO. I houses which will be used by its em- But a soldier in Brooklyn con- 1ai; ( .J",,
for books that thirst for knowledge
Nt. r 1 fiav.r.g been eo long on the i ployis. An Incline of 3./iOO feet will fe&ses to a more queer experience. Ills i IJl, J \
that spurred Lincoln to scour tire \\ ilderue&s ,.
\ .
jrL. ) rettct advices of safety reach the coal mines of the company rfKiuuT.t %%as i'.i camp and had been i : / 1t'ljl Ufo the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial vi.v ,'1
., e\-Tl with! ordon-d fur dress aradp. usual. i for many miles to borrow the )" /! 1 (
luro : undisguised ino n the mour. Three hundred out i> as coveted "Life Wa&hingtou" whirl.Le ] ( 1"7f1.: vI! Honda in and fur Manon counii 1:
T .iuilt: tii- title steamer Dawson When lined fur ln<; <>etlon.
roe ovens are under way now by a up p everyman Chancciy.Chorlo .

c;:>} i*" ot the first of the new fleet contractor. The plans of the furnace as stiff us a ramrod and nut a neighborhood had beard owned that ?some one in till PJQ ;..f1 Ul .Jl C. Shooter, complainant n. ".mwi:

f to KdTe and the last to arrive came to be built are now being considered white glove moving, this young man i What of or'I lung and Stonewall Long defendants.I .

tilt \.t into port at noon like a specir by Superintendent John Dowl- a lieutenant! began to ask himself: young lawyer our day goes -Kr'_ I:ORDERED THA EMMA UHi ANU
to a law school or library with such a _. Stunewall Long. defendants herein nainrlbr
J'Itt re cad ever seen the I Ing. and work will be started In the "Suppose I should slip: or anything to keen with such : for -- ---- and the} are hereby rrqu lcd to appc: '.'

'tell!, boil it was not until formerOUtltCD near future thereon. The furnace break th ijuiet! ? Suppose I should appetite, a yearning 1.JtU'tt nat. the bill 01 complaint m .aid cause on MoaJa
legal knowledge this hud the 2<1 day of February A D
as youth ly>j
faIn" The Idea of
cojiflraej the supposition will be built In about 11 months. At falling kept growing when he walked I --- It ordered that a copy of thu order be pu'>-
in his mind till before the Inspection actually forty-four 'M E.BIGGs. h-hed l once a week for eight conxcvtivc nc.
could be believed I
that tho .
that It little Gadsden several thousand
mtn are being miles the Ocala Banner
to borrow Ulack&tone's "Cornmt.ii- -- in Done thIS the jAlh dar of
*aj really the l was over and the rOlmcnt05 November. D. .
Toft long over given employment. The new furnace tarii's ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V. 1901. & T. SI&TBCNE
allowed to use Its feet once more Le ALLKCD&DAVIS Clerk Circuit Couit.
du pat'kttTbvtte of the Alabama Consolidated Where Is the student In (Office in Block. Coaplainaiml'sSolidtor .
could hardly keep on his legs and was college or Gary-Aguew ) II ;
' ( &a>rr givia: few outward signs Coal and Iron company will be ready university today who esit-rieuces that OCALA. P'-ORIDA.
I in :great sweat of agony rom the
of LIt ttmLl'oyafe.., but casual in. for the torch next month. The satisfaction that of ---- ----- MASTER'5.SALE.
dread of tumbling over and making an sense conquest, L. SISTRUNK,
ijMioa hoard shows the differences.: foundations for the furnace to be constructed exhibition of him5tU.1't.01.1. which thrilled] Lincoln while lying on CARLOS

The bt' '' ( who Lave uever tried it do not the floor of his log elbin'orkin out ATTORNEY.flTLAW.Room ''OTICR 15 KEREBV GIVIJS TuAT,:. N-
I at'S(iuty! useless, while the Steel and Wire ) are arithmetical l' derand by vjrtueota final decree of lute
company realize how hard it is to stand absolutely problems on a wooden 4. Masonic Building Ooala. Fla. s 2S I

pchary! through continuous buffet- almost finished and the furnace Is goIng still and )'et appear interested shovel by the 1Iit! of a wood fire or ---- -- -- orable closure William and sale:made. Bullock and entered judxeof by the the kirtim Hum

tnt about a&ti lock of facilities for re- l up rapidly. Elecetric lights are and at ease. Artist models succeedat enthusiastically devouring the contents EDWIN' srE 'ER. judicial circuit of the state of Klonda inasd I f

palra. tellg a plain story. Felix Brown being so placKl that there can be of borrowed book the county Mirion.. in chancery siumj.011 the
a as if
it. fs.pwii.lly those in Italy and will eyes ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 29tb day of November. A D., 190) m a certain

e'tr of the vesstl shows the effects work day and night. If the present hold a iM st? not too difficult for an hour. would never rest on its pages again? cause therein pending wherein UANIKLG..

of the troubles to which he has been activity Is kept up the furnace will be .Acto.- when! they group about the mann On reading Lincoln's Gettysburg OCALA. 78FLORIDA. AMBLER and is others complainant defendants.and I JAtfKSA.MARVIN will oCei

lUjjrcted in his effort to get his property ready for the torch within ten months. i the c." ter of the stage, who Is en- speech and Ills second inaugural address D. for sale and sell to the highest bidder for caih.
K 1{ before the court house door if
back to civilization. Although Much of the casting is being made all the and how foreign readers exclaimed Fl'LLER.DE at public outcry
joj ing Unit-light- they said Manon county in the city ot Ocala herd.

l. It a comparatively young can, his I right In Birmingham and no time Is lilt them for It-are required to keep "Whence got this man his style, seeing, TI..T. on the

tir li wit. and long lines of care being lost to get the same finished still. so as not to distract attention from he knows nothing of lItt'raturto't'11 Over Munroe & Chambhss Dank, Ocata Fhu lint Monday tn Jamuart..A.: D., 1903,

art d1tc roabl in his: countenance. ;I for them. The railroads! are makingall the great man's sayings and motions, might they exclaim but their astonishment the legal same sales being day.the within;th the day of legal said B month or*'iul:<4

From Oct. S. last year when the haste in preparing! to lay sidetracks and Iwcause they must group in such away would have been still greater J M' TJlO IPSO the property described in said final darn e .a

Daason city started from N'ome for and extensions at Gadicn to had they known that those eloquent follows:
form and it
aa a picture keep PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.O A certain lot. parcel or piece of land. Ij MIL

&*ittl< her voyage has been one of the new works. till it can be realized by the eyes In utterances that thrilled the nation's ce over Tea-pot Grocery Opp Uontezuma. being and situate in the county of Marl >u.

perpetual miaforune and disappoint; front. But this enforced Btatutwjue- heart had fallen from the lips of one OCALA. FLA. southeast state of Florida.quarter being(s. e.the i of southern section part thirty ol(,Hit. '

ment. When about! 5 days out. the AFTER WHITECAFERS. ness Is Lard on the sui'!. They are, who In his youth had access to but township thirteen ((13)) south range lwe ty-t.K>
I (22)) east. and more particularly described as
bolter comnit-nced leaking and the not used to It. When they are put under four books-the Bible. "Pilgrim's Progress J H. CHASE. commencing at the southeast corner ot MI I

lUamer headed for Nunlvak Island. Federal Authorities of Mississippi to the strain and when as Roman ." Weems' "Life of Washington"and section [30], thence north fifteen [l's] dum.
Hunt Down Outlaws. I Burns' -Success.LAYUP DENTIST thence west forty [4'4] chains to the west boui
where temporarrepairs! were made warriors they must stand at the back OCALA, dary .me of said southeast quarter of crction

!. : k She left there Nov. 10. during vtry bad Jaclcaon. Miss.. Jan :27.-From an without winking while Prutus or Vir- --- thirty [(301]; thence south along the Mid w*.m
--- --
'J official -- -- ------ boundary line of said southeast quarter tot tie
source it 1 Is learned
: I either To add to the discomforts that tie pinius or sonic other onderous person YOUR TREASURES.So southwest corner of said aoutheart QllMt,' .

1 several boiler mbw blew out almost federal authorities Mississippi have unbosoms himself respectIng love or ALEXANDER'S'CHILL thence easterly along laid south botTOdmrjre: :

f UuMlng ihe summing facilities. Several only just commenced their campaign politics, they are in a small torture. Man should S 'enil the \Yliule of I DR. I I1'1. place. .: more commencement or lesi Dfcember%, coot 2.u I.mgniy

:lift afttr the vessel was forced against the wh tecaper5. and that other One such last reason who could no loufcr J1U IlK'iiaie, '| 1CE M SDKlalll.t'r I'0WLI.

1 Itto Pert Moik-r% through the fact that arrests and prosecutions will follow abide: It to listen to the soliloquy tithe !. Is anyone too poor to save? Is an important 1 TONIC \\ Sf COSTWKK IagComplainant's '" ,
within the next few
loth the watr and fuel supply wasbetftaine darB.The head man pitched over on his face problem which the n-ailtrs of

: to low. I four persons arrested near and had to be a I.ondou daily are at atti.
run The chart lugged out by the arms; present lillit- fie above sale is postponed until the II lot
'flowed that 101! was available at this1'oI' Gloater a few days since for "conspir to the spoiling of the 'c n.. lug to sulvu. Tile question is not l Ity A positive,permanent, aua safecure for Malaria I' \IonJaj in February A. D. i.}.
ing to I Injure threaten Chill and Feler. Contains no poison. The hot GhO. M I'tI.ElL.SpttW
?. .ut thtDtatemcnt any moans a new one. It is cue which
was omitted. Tonic, Anti-1'eriodic Appetizer, and Strengtliener :L- .rr
rvv..>r. that the deposit was located persons holding homestead I A EOY'S LOVE bus troubled fast jceiKTUtious Just us, for ale,Blckly! fem'Jes aodchtUlren tuowu.

!r I tile* Inland with no road available I rights are now In Jail at Vlcks- in all pro'.abillty it will affect the generatiuiib Brings the glow to faded cheeks ; makes weLk NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

to Me, water. Nothing daunted the burg. and information is on file with Tbe" That Mark Ills Flrnl yet to come. We cannot say children fat and hearty.

aW e* atx'artf from the federal commissioners concerning: Oou*<-loii.iit-M of \'omau."It that this latest discussion of the sub- Tablet form; tasteless; easy to take.
". the task and suc'oeeded In again outrages on homesteaders which will ; i U deeply and touchingly significant jPd is throwing much, if any, fr "I blight Price 50 cts. Trial Size, 25 ets. |\ and by vitue of a decree of forecbMHl

be given Investigation.The of the uplifting influence of woman r.ion it. and sale made and entered by the arena court
I e1"fe the bunktr*. each man carry Dr. Aleiander'a Liter Regulator cure Biliousceiw for the 4th judicial circuit of Florida In aDd tar
Ire \\a runny sak with 51 pounds ofcoal federal statutes on this subject: ovtr man that the first heart: In the first place. there Is a diversityof Torpid Liver,Constipation,Sick Headache the count of Clay in chuccty .titling on tie
are quite stringent whltecaping beIng opinion regarding the term "jioor." 23d day ot December lyoj. in a certain ca..
\ on each Journey, covering 10 throb of a boy is always accompanied]I Price 25 Cenlt. Per ale byVtu. therein pmdi.g wherein the FennsIvaata

Biles* going and returning. V.Tiile a ftkmy punishable by Imprison, by ablutionary wptonis," says Dorothy One man who derives an iueoiiie of Company for Insurances on Live and Granting
ment in the penitentiary. $ .: a year from private property, Annuities i>complainant and the jacluoDvillc,
taking wattr caski auhore the crew I Dix Ainslee's. "The earliest in \ Audersou, Druggist, Ocala, Fla.Assessor's Tampa & Key West Railway Company. Like
fancies he
under the
''out one of thdr available conies category. Williams. U. B. Williams. Robert H. .-oe ...
\ boats which CRACKSMEN FOilED dication that a masculine creature! while another do<>s nut consider anyone Archibald Rogers M.T Kendall a.attjgace.f
"M fruhwl on the rocks ar.i smashed Appoi..tmerUs.I Robert H. Coleman the Chatham Natwoai
-. gives of susceptibility to the fair sex: {Mirir who bus an income of $oUO a
Into klndllB! wtod. will the Bank Edward. McDonald. Harriet Walker.
tat at
After two weeks Ineffectual Effort to Rob Bank at 1 is when he first voluntarily washes behind )'l'ur. says writer in Leslie's Weekly. following placed Frank W. Pope and the Muu>_ii>pi Valley HeW
iptt !In this tr! > the time stated, to receive returns of defendants. offer lor t
soia work at Mollor ty Company are I will M
,, It U
MocksvllU ti. Lis ears. Up to that time his luniiifcstly IruiiosslLle to fix
C. any
the T 5_,l started re il and p..r'ollaillroperty ant agri.cul and sell to the highest bidder for cash at (Mbtteortcry
out &(.In. Then Charlotte N C.. Jan. 27.-On ineffectual morning bath except upon compulsion, limit in a matter like this. Very much unl report as the la* requires : before the court house duo ot the MMcount'y
tTfr? ilnd commenced. The Daw- I of Clay. state of Honda in the city at
ion City attempt was made to rob the i has only described a.mall circle, taking dK'uila upon the l-callty and the conditions JANUARY, 1903. GreeL Cove s'pnngs. therein on the

was caught In terrific gales bank at :Mocksvllle, X. C., at 2:30 Sunday in hh:: eyes a segment of hU v.h.cvk3ami and surroundings of the indi Fit si MonJai" it February, .1, D 1903.
but wetth.r M th* m 'I RliU-Ltori....... ......... FrMay 30KlnnvDod
Hr limited surprisingly well | his chin. '.\ thorough terubbins rillual.n Income that would be ..........Saturduy 31 a. ta. the same being the second dav of said taonifijdnJ
power proved a drawback The noise! of the amply sufficient to Insure a family a tiegalaIcadav.utthtn the legal hoar lot
exploslres set off he has regarded as one o( the tortures
\ h& tYl.'I'. and th nBRl'\Ryl003. sale, the pr perty de c'ibc.J m JSld \km'c fit
oon coal
taken from comfortable home, excellent social advantages
a.rouseJ the
cashier who. with of the coiuUiug his hair h foliows-! '
the Molfcr another inquisition, Kendrick ....... ....Von :
z' wan exhausted. The and ..l living in lay a. mMartiu The mentioned J tic.
yes oflcer of the ban, has foolish of a Kt a country mortgngd property an
rushed to th louktd as a waste
II iel .u now forging ahead upon would ..... >,::. Monday 2 p. mTiCaJsy scribed in said decree HId in the bill of com
for Dutch building and were fired on by the rQ1rbers. time that might have been spent on I village mean many privations 11)\\:11 plaint in said cause t.,titularly described Itt
Harbor. ... ..... a. ta .
Ing (
&n61ai found I and wre diM-ornforts In any largE Exhibit "G" thereto the lunda theretoforcs -
was excepting
., tops and inarbk'H, while brushing bis:
.: Hl-1MidL..TuE-ilf1U 3 '
tu: tbe
abovfl for a makeshift ) p. U ficscnoed in Exhibit; H' ta
cit .
Two nil A number cf shots were eichanged. I clothes ami shoes has seemed a contemptible $ I )lrlulOlitJ........ ..",,?. >Vedu!!dny 4 said bIll tottU.iuuatr iuear.d being in tbr
weeks were spent at Dutch liar but On the whole however we Inciiind Counties Bre-ard. v lay. Cutns. Dade. Iie-ijt*
no one Injured. The to the effete are (
bor a new robbers secured truckling cus- .t' i..... .lI.U Thurs :
Jan wa eecured"and a small amount of money ani tonsu of "ICi'ttllnt was unworthy of to believe that Max O'ltell's I"l-tnington. .... ... Friday' 6. Q. m. ceolo. 6t Johns Sumlei. VoUwa Polk sot

en S the packet resumed the long were driven off. t an intelligent human duqdJ'nly /. I views on the point under discussion! }'.1irtj 1.1........... Friday 6, p. ui. the Stale at Florida and do.nb:11It .

Wp to the joian-1 The entire voyage 1 I al) this U changed. Some come nearer the safe and common I ludy Grove. ... .. Monday U, a. m.NUiUw fellows. is MARION corstv. .

down from Dutch Harbor was at sense rule than anything we have seen .... ........ .Monday 9, J.\. JU.
Dying Man Exonerated inoriilli! the boy abnormally S'ortheasl of noriieS'( ant
teadd Slayer. ; uppears ..... ....... quarter tjillrter
by nerc eae and nasty aea Charlotte. X. C.. Jan. clean. lIe d&vt'.u'mnnla' for scent: I "I do not care, be says, "uow tmall 1 JJ.-lltvi.-w TutsdnylOPedro south half of uonticaM qua (ci. lot OIl!. Kcnaa
Off Ca. e FUtte-y Friday 27.-\V. P the income of a man I Is, be should neverspend ic-lio il l lioucr' \\"tod.11, H. a n. seventeen township thirteen range twenty-i,
Trti-1 night the N'oles. who was accidentally shot by: | {'! soup. His ear* are beyond reproach 'UIIIIJIH Ih.ltL... \Ne-lnehday 11, p. in. cootaininir hundred and fifty-verea ates,
mt with a strong I the whole of It. es-pedaily if he A deposit will be required to be made by eacb
pretall", but was fortunate gale that T. W. DIxon while the latter was | and if be bas the making of aI has a wife and children. He should i Caiidl'r..........Tlmrnlay 12. a. m.IKkUtwaha bidder with the master in cash or by nUI

a win In having showing him a revolver, died at an I lover in him he begins to manicure his ........ Thursday 12, p rn.Eistlak tory certified check before bidding of to ernt

hit to windward which brought her early hour Sunday morning. Noles1 i j nails. He becomes critical about collars at least save enough to pay every ytarth "...........Fiida'ylS, a. in.NNVir'dale per Acre upon the lands included. ta say one
offer for bids. Ii H. BCCKMAS
hpre todAY : premium on a g'od life policy. No -...........Friday
dying statement was that Dixon was i and neckties. His family say, p. m. 12 26 Specul ,."

RECEPTION in no way to blame for his deith. i 'How Tommy Is improving! nUll hisI man is worthy of the name who does Da"h! . . atrdavl4a. in.LuiHil I

TO GENERAL tOOTH.Chatti Noles leaves a wife ani several chil- j I mother congratulates herself that herI nut do this, at It'3't. at the price of] .1- ..-Lo-l L ui< .Stt. 14. p. alta OTIC .

lectures whatever privations be has to submitta : s Blot....... Mondav', a. 1J.
dren. The body was taken to Lincoln- I are bearing fruit at last ._ _
ooj n, Arrange to Rweive8alvat.on j I Some pleasure may be derived E.t'f'trll... ..... Mmjdn'y Irt. p. m.
ton for burial. Dixon I "In reality It is the first premonition:
: Army Founder Is heart-broken from high living but certainly no hap- Lynn... ......!. Tupsdiy 17 a. m.: In the Circuit Court of IKJ Fifth Judicial Ciiaatr

Chatt& 'a. Tunn., Jan. 27.-Ar- over the sad (vynrrp nee. Only a few 'i of love-vague. inarticulate intangible, pines-3.' tiraUaiiiYillr......Tu-s 1111.f 17, p. m. in and for Marion county. la LJlaucCl.

faCCl'mt'nj hat Un made to give years ago Dixon lost his wife and two but unmi. takable. Xo man ever realizes ,I M. ('onrnr ........\\'. tlnl.!clt IS, a. m Charles V Miller complainant PrCblk D.

UfBeral William P-ooth founder of the children In a fire that burned his home his defects until he tees them reflected I Why'lOne Halt I'riugs, -hool house Chee ey. et al. drfendanu.

&h l1"nrmy his at Ruthepfordton. The sad accident In feminine eyes. Men do not I of the wonderful things Is thata ThurMUv, 19, a. m.I IT IS ORDERED THAT PKEXTISSCheeney. f
party a with dress up for each other; but for worn I Km City.1 ? > 1 If. niEurekii I Mane C. Martinez Millred t&Vanderpoo'l.
coupled th@l death of wife of fuir p.
piendi rwvi-tlon and < I woman intelligence will paint I 1 Eugene Vanderpool Wm McCtbe
Let, upon their arrival children has well nigh crazed him. i i an's opinion they would Mill be going her cheeks like n clown's and . .... Frlilt-y 211.) h. a I. defendants herein named; be and they arc lwtc

tomorrow morning thia being I about in comfort and the aboriginal I. appea'the Dai\ ...... .....Friday :2 u.< p. m. by required to appear to the bill of ConpUicl iasaid

the> nr.t rti>j>plng place of the party: blanket The silk but and dress coati on street Why does she do it? Ft. M -Coy .......Sftrurday 21, a. m.tnlu.ny cause en

oo It* tour of tt> south.ConertJ FAIRBANKS ACCEPTS ELECTION. : Does she imagine that people think the \ ) .................Monday I 23pnrr Monday He fecond day of Mitck. .. D. /* }

Booth wtll lecture In the Aufltorlum 'i are a dally offering on her shrine and I paint is bloom of youth? Does she not .............Tue 'dny 24. a. ni It ordered that copy of this order be published
1. Tommy's newly awakened desire to fix onc a week for eight Dsecnlrve weeks
of this cky tomorrow night Addresses Joint Session of Indiana, : ; know thaf people laugh at her? There filt.t-nw. ...Tuewlxy 24. p ii I. in the aLl Banner

9 tad .tll be intrtxlur House and Senate. I| up Is Imply his first consciousness of I are two things that people are quick C'iira ... W..rln..JItY 2-% a. m.Or Done this the 9th da- of January. A. D. 199.

W tie city and by the mayor Indianapolis, Jan. 2S.-At a Joint woman. lie dots nut understand its to notice-wben a man wears a wig nir- S, ri.t!!. T ur-d-' 20, *. m. S Clerk T. SISTKUXK/Circait"ODd.

an o2Ula! of the chaci- portentouaness. and he may still outwardly 0 'aU) ......Fri. ) S 27 !(J.Tlie
btr of cornm session of the house and senate held and when a woman paints her cheeks < an. nn-f 1 II I. DESON.Complainant's.
r'f' in the hall of scorn little girls but for him: AtehisoD Glc.Le.I law rtlluirtl ---11 return to be Solicitor 110
S.'r representatives
tion Arrry workers from sevml today: the die bus been c&s>t. The disturbing made b> the hrt of April

louthtrn Mates are already! her Senator C. W. Fairbanks acceded th Selection and coiupt-liin Influence or woman has I ALFRED AYEB. NOTICE-

to attt-nd the mf't tin;. It is stated to succeed himself In the entered Into his life" The Ocull't. 1 Ifi T'x Ass-s-or .fllnno '0.

that on* ijv.t of the United States senate. Ha sal.i he accepted : I Patient can't see that there's a .- In the CircuitContt of the Fifth Judicial Cwcuit
pouttp: n t ur I s i
to iele.-t locations for four colonies I in the duties "with a full r.pprec1aI! I I. thing wrong with my eyesight. ADMINISTRATOR' NOTICE- of Florida. in and for Marion coaaty, in
*Wb place! lI..t. who tion of the responsibility which their '. POULTRY POINTERS, j I Oculi-vt Jonniwyse The mot posl- chancery.
't wish Jeave
the to acceptance 1m p es.. .1'I I tire pouf that you need glasses ciy \roTICE IS HEREBY GIVE TO ALL Dunntllon Phosphate Company a corporatifia
cer.erowd.-t i tflstrirt of the large i:' creditors legatees and distributees to present laws of Florida ..
fJUf'I "They devolve Early hatched pullets make the best dear sir when you are unable to see under the -complaiaaat,
AtJa.-a upon me, he contin their accounts and demands to the under-
0" colony wHl offer the land for ued. "a duty to the people of this :!I! winter layers. ,' anything to plain as that-Los! Angeles siipied administratrix of the estate of J. L.: (,eurze A. Francis defendant
ac.i probably another tract Fcaater. deceased wihin the next two years
"U state I j One of the mont beneficial foods for
with the will be
be off+ rd near Chattanooga.TO county regard to mere or same I George A Francis herein earned be and heis
party affiliations and It I is my purposeto !' poultry Is linseed meaL I This jd day of December. 1002 hereK; required to appear to the bill i* ean.
Acronii.II.lied. SUE D. FEASTER. Mid the rod
Monday ltKebrnarj
plaint in cause en day
serve them all to the utmost of my : The laying hens like a variety cot Administratrix A D
AMCNDMINETAWS i Mrs. Gltnp Is Miss Stitcher much of 1903II
humble ability." I II only in the soft food but in the grain. u further ordered that a cupy of this oraVr
a dressmaker? NUTJ E. be published once a week for eight coavMtttte
The larger part of the address The guinea fowl Is a great forager
Representative was r weeks in the Ocala Banner. Dooc this aith 4ly
Thompson, of Alabama I I Hiss Piping! Splendid. She never In tbe Circuit Court of tfe Fifth Judicial Circuit
devoted to the progress of Indiana. and destroys many Insects that hens of Xovember. A. D. 1902
Will Champion BiH. I I. Las to make a dress over IDH' thai of Florida in and for Manon count.n }-. S T SISTRCKK.
Birmingham! The senator was received with a grea 1 l will not touch. Chancery sitting O T GREEX. Clerk CirautCoMtComplainant's :
: two three times. Duston
i or -
Ala. Jan.
: The and
n-R..pre- ovation when Peoples flailing loan InvestmentAssociation Solicitor tI A
he Mnelut
'Watlve Thompson will I i The hens will lay better and be better I ot Florida complainants is,

In the champion New Society for Farmers. 'I contented if supplied with a box of Caesar A Ta)l.r tol al. Defendants.TT -
t.-Klalamr a bill to substantial I IS ORDEKKD THAT CAESAR A. A. NOTICE.
1 17 mtcu the mine lau-s of the state. Raleigh. N. C., Jan. 2S.-John S. fine dry earth for a dust bath. "She's evidently! the apple cf hI 1 Taylor one of the defendants h rein namedbe ,

It The Leghorns pular with those and he is hereby required to appear to the
baj i I Cunningham who is here are iK
already btn>n Intro ut'f'd. I It cooperating : eye. bill Q(com hint in said cause on In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Jlldk l CIrcuit
rm dn for better veptilatlon. wfth Sacrotary of State Grimes and who do not desire to raise chicks, they lIe told me frhe was a p'jica." !oadai'. UU nd da\' of March A. D.. JQOJ Florida,in and (or Marion Comty

cLinru : lA-ing nonsitters and good layers. "SoVt'Il, at! rate. tLi-y are 8 It is lurther ordered that copy of this order
"In any in
examlcatlons! for mine fore.rtlflcates. otters regarding the consolidation ol be published onre week for four consecutive

IIIfn and several other the organizations of cotton aid tobae- i Poultry farming doesn't take a great i fine looking [:1ir-ll'd:]lntfOi.:i S".'W< weeks in the Ocala BannrrDnuethtstheifahdayofjanulry.A J. Walter Haoi. CoraplainuBt r* Eliaa Hood

V thin! : deal of !land but with good ----- . D 1003skALl
managezu..nt .
cot now Included In the gene (0 growers. says a charter will basked e ( S T. SliTRCNK, Defendant.To
11t1lnc! laws the harvest comes every day. Best Lini.itent on Earth Clerk Circuit Court.
of the state. for the North Carolina Farmers' Eliza Hood
Tt'Lirs E. EIGCS Solicitor.
A itroBR delepation of miners con- Protective association, giving it extensive : I In arranging the perches in the poultry I. I henry D. Bil.hdn, 'tipt. Cit): Complainant's VOC .*RE HEREBY REQUIRED TO AP1 -
II.tlne of i house have them far enough ACMiNlSTRATRX. NOTICE TO CREDTTORS. pear to the bill of complaint iled: btntm
the legislative such the away Water W rk" riliull \Vi
committee of privileges. as manufacture ') bur:, against you in the Above entitled esuie oaicr
the I from the doors and windows to avoid .
dltrlC't before
organization-William of fertilizer tho establishment I writes! ; "I have tri.j many kindmifImiuifUt
Mrkpttrtrk. i: drafts. IheinJ do of.'!H.It, A D.l
of Pratt In matter of estate of P. Monday. y ? J.
City; George: of a business agracy and Insurance j hut hive never ree. i ivW 1 Julia Johnston de
TOUtl, of I isoaked lime placed in the drinkingT'utt'r rased.VOTICE : It is fii-ther ordered that a copy of thuor&r
-> West m(10n; L. n. Ivans- of for it* members upon the assoeem tHe [ : much benefit unt'l 1 used BillanrLiuiu I IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CREW- be published unce a wrek for four rontrcnnreweek

Prasa, and others will go :ont plan. says the plan is that upon ]] will ofteu cure hens of laying I tors legatees distnbutees ami all persons in time ocala Banner, a newspaper published
s- f'
onttoaierT shdl-Il''s eggs unless it is a disease of: I > u ur rneumxti-ni MU'1 I 'laving claimor demands aeainst saul eslalet. in Marion O'unty Florida.Witness .
week and assist M r. I the death cf: a member his family! : I'iu I think it the t'e-4 liuiireur .i present the same to the undt'r5IgutJ'ilhm my hand an' sea! of office this the
Joompion In pushing his bill. shall receive not lees than f 300. J the egg passage as is sometimes the I. or '.*u years 20tb da\ ',f January AD Ie -.
I case. tollr. h." 35f, c'-c' and si On Lottie) at This the 23rd day of January.S 1403. titan, S SISTRI NK
I FRANCIS A HOWSE Clerk Circuit Court
the Anti Monopoly Dru!, tort. m
: 1-30-61 AdminUtr.tni. R B. BCLLOCK Complainant' Sulmwr. i ij'H.

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LADlE WHIST- foiii) of the orange aud l..nion hi- DOINGS AT FT. M'COY. NOTICE._ ; ".

now *-pre""i d"r 1111.1 by virtue ol a 6ul. dcrc :> < 1
cil ou the List.! Four Udm plaj' ing whi.t, of that slat, and the board Timber Lands are in Demand Feasting Hun W s Ru.lock judge ol the ctnuilH :
( *!, it ray kad?" aA the first, i SILVER! BULLION i'th circuit of FKmua "arum county in

VtU ot all hao<1s. I'e the worst!" wiihe.-t to caution nurxeiymeu and on Cold Storaga Hams-Personal and blood are inseparable. If l"n in certain cam thrretp wading WI <
pure :\lIo'e L smith it roniplainaDt MM JStil < > "
Dear roe. if I only knew iuieudiug planters" iif the danger of Notes. your blood is bad, your health must suffer : and Lula M Kcal are 4clMi WlMt ywu had," chirps number two, Poor blood allows the body to lose Paso riersignnl. named and appointed IB ...! '" .
..N'9w I caa't say. on the whole, j'urehasiug citrus trers from there. George Smith, of Ocala, accompa- vitality just as a poor fire under the Was In Transit From El I to execute the same will on Monday the

Tint this play accoiAs with Pole, boiler allows the to down. Stfoiut daof hit fcJrv. iffj-
the iu steam run
Uutil tt.receotly nurseries panied by a gentleman from South
But It la the W.t I b..,..." rJu From blood to impure blood is buta to Chicago. durtngthe legal hourtot kale offer lot
Number three ")'s. mild and suave the northern part of Florida wtre Carolina, was here last Saturday step, and impure blood is mother to a uhh.the will :sell to mortipKtu Ifac biglmt pmuuet aDd beat.CI. but-uDf''

While above this .mall uproar free from this pe.t.Gaiterville: looking for turpentine and timberlands large percentage of human ills. Dr. I $-WCCO IS REPORTED TAKEN. described in said decree tcnrtt
Gout the chorus from all four'What'a Harter's Iron Tonic is an antidote for Beginning: at the suutbweal corner of > -
the ?' but failed 1 to find for sale blood for it is sixty as laid down upon map o': :he I IMclnlosh \& ,
trump Notes. any both poor and impure Bars Supposed to Have Been Thrown made by c. W. Miller i. K
both a builder and purifier- a food and filed the la.l trc< "
year 15
the padc.Ohh' most of the land here have been
"ThU. I thuui' leading f M
The farmers of ihisaw-tion, RM *xHeriencing ,
and a medicine. It is the best combi- Out" of Car to Be Gathered Up by :Marion count and running ih mi n"iu
I thought that jack was played hundred and fifty feet thencei thif' .
bought for that nation of the kind known to medical .
weather up purpose.A. ... .. .
the .t
"\\ n. thai makes two points for you, wor rainy Confedrates-Train Crew Has Fusl- died icrt thence twin one h. A '
'" science, and its success for nearly halfa feet thence weal three buadrn: ret : "
One for in. did you sly 5I1e for this of M. Carlton, late with the Okla- : .
before weasou '
ever century has led to its endorsement by lade With Robbers. pIecvufbcginun. being tbe "t: !bat: -
-How cu that lie? W4 you trump? block sixty ((60) tonulIDlullIt" 11":' >I, t
waha Lumber Company of Silver thousands of medical men who have,
"Em heard about\ the bump the 'par. acre ol land in the county of M.,' u ai '
jou been unable to find a substitute. Alma Gcrtlo. N. 11.. Jan. 28.Sons- 01 Florida or so much Iht':f'' f ..1ua> .
Nellie'hoy timjou his head We must make mention of Mr. E. Springs, hasacjepted, : the position (If ce..>ary to sati&fy bald decret ..n,' >..-'..
"....t that a lovely aprcadr'iJid I of the where between this place and El Paso. r h sn I.-

I take that trick? Dear me!" V. Ha 'bum's departure for Miami, I purser on one Hart Line Tex, a United States bonded car in Special M.i-t- ". l.1 tau. ... _

line Mike ia the other three which was mentioned in mr I last Steamers running from P-ilatka to I Dra Harter'sIron tranelt from El Paso smelter to Ctica- R BULUXE Solicitor lor: Complamai.t !

-What *the trump?" Silver SpringMessrs -". go loaded with COo bars of sliver bullion ----- -- 1
items. It proved to be a false reportfor NOTICE
.. that Itre?" has been entered by robbers aid d' .
Mn. Cray. ic YOIU' .:.
\V TForb
James E.
"0Ia, My hate you teen fie! lace instead of going to Miami he bO of the hats stolen TOTICE IS HEHEIi\ .U I I\ I"1 ALl I i

& Dan's Thomas and J. W. Stevaus returned 1> sons not to trade fcir or puthi-r ih.t
Selling now at Brown the attraction At Jarillo Junction the broken seal
stopped at Dunndlon tain note signed by E. C stiuih ..11 m*.!', .
s I loi got thiit he trumps hearts. from Jacksonville last Saturday was discovered and an Investigation able to J. A. Pittman or 01'1; II. iht -"u i I.
iu this section too great: thileho .
"A.1td the mot ciqufaitc ba<3eGracwiu Lt-ing 5G4 45. and dated Ileo 111 ticr : .i ,9. in-
bavea a spade Duunellou he is where they were in attendance to the revealed throe Mexicans In the car. April ist xotisthet..i n't ..i .. Ml.. ton
holds a portion at : When an attempt was made to eject account of failure of vriM'it r u' I..
" my play? What was led? grand lodge of Masons. will insure you aainst! the many evils resulting 1-20 Ocala, Fla., Jan. j.1 / I >. hMi.1 II
"Do you know you can get thread, teen in Guiterville quite often. from impure biood Scrofula, Pimples. blotches, thorn they pulled their knives and a

O*ly toor crotsJohn Smith's be 1."- :Mr. IL D. Stokes i is spending a fewclayR Capt.) F. Lang: of tiiis place: and female kidney disorders weakness' ,,rheumatism.ana-mia, chlorosis tout dy&pcp&ia.etc., are! a lively fight took place in which the NOTICEIn I

Jw4 here chime in all the rest- few of them: but the greatest evil, the greatest crew drove away the robbers.At .
"What's the tramp?" with her brother, Mr. F. B. Mr. Charlt-s jillion, of Grahamville, dancer, is the general weaUenms of the whole
Dog Canyon Sheriff Hunter saw
system which! affords an for every :
were in camp at Salt Springs last disease. cpcniu. the Circuit Court, Fifth J' ... .. Ci,'
"How much better we all play Turner, of Oeala. passing three Mexicans who took to the brush 4
Florida in and for M..T :
Ttatt we did." "Well I should say r' Mr. C. M. Whit.en made a flying week enjoying the fat mullet of that I testimonials The following! have is only received one of the thousands of 4 call to halt was answered by a fu- Chnc.i.: ty '

"Once I couldn't keep my mind we : sHade.. A running fight ensued. The 1'w.

On the game but now I find trip to Holder 8uud }. priug. IVtroIt! Mich, Jan. 10. 1001 sheriff shot Mexican through the ThCl/iueiortgigcank vf t-, -i :4. L.. ..
A "I commenced using Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic one of KngUtnd.v"', J. 1) -.Wt.aim, v.i ..I. '
It U a. easy as can be. Mr. R. II, Hale, of Long Swamp, great many of the farmers of when prostrate from a severe attack of rheuma heart. The two others escaped butposses ; .
"If it your deal? Let me see- this tism. After lifting three bottles all traces (It To J.D. Swearing re.irtit! r .r:.K ou "
pla.'e are feasting on cold arc after them.
of storagehams
No; the cards belong to you" teetiou was viewing the beauties tills disease were completely eradicated from my \rot AIU HKftEBt Key" (It*Hi Tt i
system and my general health was restored.As Officials of the the 1 the ., '., .
that sue : cured at the Ocala cold are opinion that vear '0 bill ol n.; ,1,1 .iv.t!
1 remember now : U"itet'iIle Sunday seems as there i is storage.
; a blood punfler Dr. Uarters Iron against you in abore eutitltil CHUM on i
Led the king, and that the nine- has no equal and I most sincerely recommend car was entered just outside tore I
D. B.
some attraction in East Gaiterviile Brinson, a trapper, ]livingnear i ii to all suffering from indigestion, El Paso
Did you say the lead was mm :: persons by the robbers who threw the MuiiJay. At Uk IIJIA/.1 D. .
fatigue rheumatism, and the many weakened
"% 'hatsth' trump' for you, Mr.! hale here, captured a large wildcat conditions of the system produced by impoverished bars out of the car to be gathered up It is further ordered that ti! :, ..I.!ft lie ,

___ -Judge in a s'eel ti.alast week. It is seldom blood." ILirgante F. Yeazell. by confederates. The value of the bul-- liahcii once a week fcr eixtit >"00. > itio- VintheOcalaajr'a
of Griner ..
We hear the young men No. 6W Second Ave. oeJHo\X' j jLh.l.Marion
lion l is estimated at $ OctOO.
LOOK}{ OUT FLORIDlRIiS.{ Farm hive new game they play the that one of these cautious animals is (25,000 gairtatee thit above teitimoniil is genuine.) Witness county my;hand Flonda.and teal! ol ofti> e, thi- .

day of January, A. D i f< .
name being Ring up. The game ia caught in a trap. 'nfl' Every bottle cf Dr. liar- HER LIFE IN PERIL. (Seal) s T 3 :MufKlt! c'n:
Il ter's Iron Tonic has our OwaN & SMITH.bolicitonforC.
The Chicago Packer Warns the Or. very interesting and they think it Those who have given any attention V .. "Crescent"trade-mark ..mplim.iu! ; .
1' the labeL Don't accept Witness In Hooper Young Murder .
Nurserymen of Floridato to their orange trees of late are -insist Dr. liarter's. -
ange would le wore interesting if they years I substitute on Case Is Threatened.New .
be on Their Guard. could always have one of the Gaiter- very hopeful of having fruit soon, as THE DR. HARTER Afjdt MEDICINE anly t]> COMPANY York Jan. 29.-The witness In ,

their trees are not hurt DAYTON, OHIOMlkcn the Hooper Young murder case who HEREBY GIVEN Till IIII I M t 1 hue : II; .
The folio wing article taken from the villeited to count for it. yet Bitten. : 1 lonuone third of the otdtr ..( ihi ,
also of Dr. Hlrttr's Cherry
this winter. lUrtci McdianuIDE has received anonymous letters threatening Mrs. AI. A. Miller late of )1"11',1.11111 i i I
veil known Dr.
Chicago Packer, a friend to the or. The party given by Mr. J. W. Ross, lad other SHE EVERYWHERE.: that If she gives evidence da and that any person who jjuuii-r>' ', ,. .

William Uilles or in any way acquires<: any mteir-i in thr .'
resident of
auge and nursery growers of Florida of Heidtville, last Friday night was a an against the grandson of Brigham frOm Wilbur W Miller or Robert i.: tlc; : .

will t,.. read with interest by peraons feucces, everyone present enjoyed this place has sold out his farm and -- Young, she will pay for It with her so lion ubita of SAid to estate my claim will and U that comm will oce for
moved to the A SHOWMfIN DEAD. beiure the next rule day of the email .c.-I f
in this industry : themselves.The Fellowship neighbor own life, 13 MIss Elizabeth DIckca- i
engaged and lor Manon county Any renta paid I.. \\ .
son. W Miller or Robert C. Miller will ". ..
hood. u
again i
As i is well known, Florida has furnished young people of Gaiterviilehad be accounted for. J.C.MU.LU. .
llisa Dickinson tas received a number .
immense quantities of citrus very enjoyable time at Odar A. J. Albritonof Daisy, has bought Jhn H Sparks Dies From the Bite of letters all in one man's handwriting NOTICE.-- .

uurst-ry ttwk: to California orange Grove Sunday evening. the Joe Shuford plice, near Anthony, of a Young Lion. some written plainly In black V

and moved his family there. Julia II. :Sparks, \thoe cirrus will Ink and setae In red ink. All are ofa Nolict application for ui deed ndcr Kl:
the hUlltlrtd of the
gro\\trr-IU fact :; car- How about the candy stew
exhibit here today dirtl! at his home at similar tenor. Passages from the Sofchapterb86. Laws of Plurite. ,
lots of nursery stock sent out of the other night. Wonder who that fellow l. W. S. Priest, who !has been merchandising book of Mormons are quoted and she "TOTJCE IS hEREBY OIVK.N 1 tI 'i j

I Wiusroi., K. (S'., from ihs elltsc of a l' W. S. West purchaser( tai C ltlnC- "
I state in the early days: of the Califor- is that iH'o fond of candy? in Daisy for several years, la told plainly that it will Imperil her No. jt45 and dated the 7 11& day of A uut

has bite by u young lion he Mas training.Speaking life if she tilecloses of the things A D IV;. has filed said certificate m m> udee M
nia orange tom furnished the onlyeupply. Mr. A. M. C. Brass I is .peaking' of bought IluWu-Marfrh: place and has made application for tM 4cd tin i-.ue
she learowi while a member of the accordance ..
of hU death the Gainesville Mid certificate cmbraces -
his Mr. A. \V. Brass full and will buid a store there.M. the described
giving Mormon church or testifies to having property anus:ru ,
SLUt in :Manon county Klonda. to'wit.
The following warning appearing' control of his farm this year and L McQ'iig has gone to Inglis, ettya: seen Young and Mrs. Pulitzer togetherat Northeast quarter of Muthwcut quarte. w.

Few circus men were better knownin of the tion fifteen township 'K"\"atcca..e t'Hah, ,
she attended.In .
where he will any meetings
take of
recently In the California Fruit seek rest for oae year, at least. again charge two undivided one half mierett
the south thin :Mr. Sparks. His June. 1901 Miss Dickenson was The said land being.attested the date of ,
is of vital interest to Florida and its the large sawmill of the Dunnellon i" of uch
Grower, Success to the Banner many baptized and became a regular member Miance "' certificate m the name j.a.t # home H in Indiana, but he unknown Cnleae naidcenificaie shall t i, nurserymen who are soliciting lusi- readers. UNCLE JOE. Phosphate! Company.J. of the :Mormon church. Qetraed according to liw tax deed wui b' i.-u, .

Dt' in California. If there is any E. :Stevens, who has had a -position has been in the circus business for Until- nu _after____ _her__ admission_________ _Intn'_ S_hsthu.h on\the 21st* my day of February signature A U.Viines and. i*leal>}. tn<> U) cIJth

f IF UNWELL. many years, and lies made annual she said nothing was said to day of Jt auary, A D. 1903.
truth in the statement the Florida au- wilh Christian and Dickson, of LOT of polygamy blood (Sealj!] S. T. SISTRfNK:
Try aaOd .bottle of Herbine, notiee tours through the bouth. lift was agentlt'IUan or atonement 1-14 Clerk Circuit Court of Uarton I.u. I -. .
I thoritits are in duty l-ouud to use- Mclutoah for several months, will return and when she was urged to go to Salt

< every tllorl to eradicate the pest. the improvement' speedily effected in home this week where he will who bore the reputation of Lake City and there enter: Into what NOTICE.

Enegy Strength and kindness both to his and to was described to her as .
your Appetite, employes a spiritual
It thrre be no. truth in the sta'ement! take rest:: when he will resume his Of Application for Tax Deed Cadtr Section: ..'
marriage, she renounced her recently I Chapter S68. Law of Florida .
vhor.Vatcb how it brightens the the animalall of wh m t-eiud .
-and a Floridian now in this city, work with Tas Assessor; Alfred Avtr, I acquired religion. \..'OTICR Ii! HEUEBV, CIVPM THAT II .

the spirits, gives freedom from Indig in Oiala. recogkize in him a friend. The sad That lust i' Youngpurchaser of u* certificate ;N2jS .
u ho is well ported on orange conditions was August. She movedto ;. 345 dated the 4th day of April. A.L iSled -. estion and Debility The almost news of his death: was keenly felt a small town In New Jersey, near aid ccruficaie in my office and ha Ilid .'
in tint slate asx-rts this is th? incessant: rains of late application for ux deed to uaoe ia acx<,t.ii.' .'

Ivtae-Rtorv: Ava Mo., Pept. 10th, have retarded the among the employees of the show Long Branch, but about six weeks ago with law. Said certificate embrace: the !u1l|], ...
case!!! -now is the tine to niil the work of farmers obtained her present position, and tug de;>cnbed property situated la Mann ,. h'
]901)) "1 in bat health, I hap from the canvas men to the highest ty Florida to-wit..
calamity liar and blo.-k his game. and gardners. The oat crop i is looking threatening letters have been address. Southeast quarter of louthrtri qune .. .11, I

stoaae.e! trouble for 12 mouth*, HO! well. salaried! actors, and was received with ed to her In care cf her employer. i. and north half of authwe quarter ut iii' I, ...... .
The I'.tcker feels it iillut it to ,,
? duty 'cstqullrter section S. and touthwe .,,I" !, ..
dumb (chill. Dr. S.V.. Mory prescribed the dt-epest regret. 01 northwest quarter ol accuoi7ail in tat, llytii -
I .
the orange; rrUWtl,; ("f Florida: among :e fm Cait te Cued PROTECTION OF SONG BIRDS. ship '3. range 21 -
Heroine it cured me in two The said land being aaceaaed at the date ..f( 'I i J
whom b.11! many hundreds of sut.I by local applications, as they cannot Bac< to Atlanta. -- i'suanceufaucb certificate ia themae V: 'n j .
weeks. I cannot recommend it to Damage Suits Brought Against Deal. Finance Co Unless taid certificate tlial:! >., '
bcril't-r! to warn them that prompt reach the diseased portions of the ear. The AtUnta-lIomosa.vii! Fi-hing deemed according to Uw tax deed will i is.ur l.
highly, it will do all you claim for it". ers In Plumage. the 2ist day of February A U 1914
action i is net.-tsary in either event. Thereisonly one way tc cure dtaf Club, consisting:: of Judge Van Eppes: New York, Jan. 29.-To test the con- the Witness my official signature and aral' t t'' "
Sold A1ti. Store. ijth day of January C.
Iouopoly Drug 1903
If the pest is )prevalent Hit u the grow ness, and that is by constitutional: aud other distinguished jurists and. stitutionality and standing of the laws [stall'! 8. T SlSTRt NK
I u for the protection of i is Cleric CI Court. Uanau Co I.
ers have aright to demand the aid of remedies. Deafness of the Gate song birds and
is caused: by an capitalists City, pa.-sed: with the Intention of demanding a

the btatt', .promptly. and thoroughly ; Grine.: Farm. inflamed condition of the mucous lining through O ala yesterday on their return rigid enforcement of them if they are NOTICE.

if the nurseries are not affected thenevery We have had quite rainy, disagreeable of the Eustachian Tube. When home.They upheld by the cousts, suits have been Notice of Application for Ta* Deed fui- -r,

weather the few which brought against several hon h ol Chapter ..
in Florida should take past: day* department 4555. & uf Horid\
piper : this tube is inflamed you have rumbling reache/i Homo-asa on the stores to VOTICE Is HEREBY Git liS 1II v I
have retarded the tanners work some. recover damages for havingon 1> W W Clyatt purduta. ut ,
the ruitter up and l') seInastiealIyCalifornia post I sound or imperfect hearing, and 17th ins and while not having quiteas sale the plumage of birds which Certificate No 492. dated t'.e 4.:h .

on the )Ir. B>rt Murphy had the misfortune are not allowed to be of *pril. A. I) ii>yB. his filt ,: 1...1,! ,.
orange groweis when it is entirely closed Deafness is good time as in former years, owing killed except for tificatc: m my jffice and haa irappi.mi .

situation.I'KOMITNKSS. of breaking his right arm a couple scientific purposes. Or tax deed to ',>ue m aocord-ic> with .i
the result, and unless the! inflammation to continuous rains, are eutin-ly Only nominal damages said certificate embrace the follow :igdr... M .,
of then list week he are demanded property situated in Marton ,
wee JU II KI
ago IJ
: IS IMPERATIVE. can be taken out and this tube restored satisfied with their outing, and besides and the series upon which the suits to-\\it.Ils;

his left wrist di-lo<,atl"1. its i. 3. 5. 7. Bhd! ISo wtm "ud ( ,, .,
Flori ia's orange industry is again got : to normal condition, hearing supplying all their wants shipped were based are of trifling importance The said land being asKMr<< at the K .1.) '-,

coming up anti uo one is more re .Ir.. Will McCarn,4 of Gaiterville, will be destroyed forever; nine as the desire is not so much to Inflicta the issuance of such certiacat m the nun,
a barrel! of fhh home daily all I'nlcuown. fulrsa uid .
certitivaie' .hA :
Ilooes: out of ten are caused bj Catarrh penalty in these particular instancesas
rjuuday visitor here. redeemed according to law ,'
I was a in reil
j t Ked over the fact than The Packer. ui
which is nothing but an inflamed condition caught with rod and reel to settle the disputed question as issued Hereto. on the 4th .Ui. i i-rt',".' ,
I and care is rapidly taking Mr. Charlie Lutrmau gave us quitea to whetht further 1903
of the mucous surfaces. The club will continue its annual prosecutions under Witness: my official signaturr sod %ca: thi-1 >

the place of haplutztrd, go lucky curele surprise 1atVednesilay night :21tnt. We will give One Hundred Dollars tours to Florid the laws as they stand can be successfully zd tiny[eall of] Januaiy, A. D S 10.>"T M-IRt' SK

!!. ues-s. Tbe orange; grower of 1903 \ bj taking unto himself a lifelong for any case of Deafness (canned by carried out. 1-3 Clio Ct ",..ull Mv: wen.. I- *

U! going at the business on business!! companion. His LrMe, :Miss: catarrh) that cannot be cured by For Sale at a Bargain. Mucilage Retrnyril IBm NOTICEOf -

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars Lands belonging to a non.r-id..nt Some time ago a registered package
Wilson, of the Eureka section i is a
principlrs:: whereas:: the one of ISfcSWHS
; free.F. situated near beautiful Lake Weir, sent from the New York postoffice,

:: a novice or au incompetent.Heller highly accomplished young lady o f J. \iz containing a large sum of money was Application for Tai lit fin..tot\ sn r.
CJE ECo Toledo 0. :
: &;01 Chapter 4SW. Ian, ol Cida..
; grading, cleaner! packing and much talent.'e congratulate Mi.s Sold by Druggists! 7oc. (Southwest quarterf southwit received at its destination apparentlyIntact "VOTICE UKRKBV '.UI-N IHAI 1. l ( i
hut on being: opened foundto li
Boiling Durcba.wr .
r more reliable handlers now make the WiNou ou her selection of a suppor Hall's Family Pilh are the be&t quarter section 2S. township ran je contain nothing but waste paper. dated the ..jnd day oi July A i.itth." >.t.,tr h.s,-i, .

Mr. LufTman has raii-et 2--10 acres. -aId certificate: in my ocr ..1'.1.l \1..i m..!'r .
been .
: future bright. Any blow at the industry leT, as Suspicion could not be directed to anyone plication for lily derd t.. I........ n, ace..1! '. '

uncalled 1 for the fuels here from his early boyhood dtJ'e : !'. Marion Shows the Way. South west quarter: of southeast clerk of the many who had handled with law. Skid certificate i In.I\, )nr .,
by (:lU-
ing described ... .
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property itu..t.i .
The nice round sum of ;,UOOOOO( haa quarter action 30 township! 16, range It. The inspector had often noticed tj. Honda, to-wit 11.1. v

: I DOt be ignored. The t'1i"'Ull trade ,\ "wih the happy couple manyLIl's..iug been :il-,40 acres. that the pine used at each jiostotflce 39' Chains: cut an i wr.t \ \ n jt. I.
appropriated by the United ntrth and south In tih4.t .. .
rt"colliz,: .'*' full well the telling value! and muoh joy through lift East: half of northeast quarter f-ec- had an odor distinguishable from that lowo-"IP i j. range o m. .vi ,

Status government for free rural mail of other. lie investigated The wild land briiiij UVM-,....! 'ii'A.i, < .
Talk about sweet but Mr any
potatoes tiou Itj 17
of lh> Florida orange aud another: setback township rl.ngeSO! issuance ofsneh Cenlll..ttr i t I... ., .' .
delivery in the United States, and this line and was finally rewarded known .aam
Bur rd Leituer beats the record making atreS.Esst.
like that from th frieze fillet
; when in e.d otSce near the destinationof said crrtificat alui: UtilrT.i..' .
Marion is the first
county in this state half of northwest sec. ecrding to Uw derd
quarter taa
will be ,! .
bushels oil'of tMiw '
would iu a sense prove a trade ('II I ,- sixty au eighth oran the puckage Le discovered an identity on the 4.h ta) ol Fcbraaty.
by reason of her excellent hard tioii 2 township :!4-S Jacres. i'''>.\
many range official l .
acre (if land of smell between the registered Y.'itnesmy n n-tilte aa.i ... .
mity. roads Apply to W. T. GAIlY, Agent, and the the 3d day ol January, |uuti
to get the tan-fit. The Metrojxilistindtrstauda package a gliupot| on counter iseall!

While The Packer fiVM covers simply All his young folks: gave! Mr. ant : tlut several mail l-23-2r: Oouli Florida.T. lie caused a watch to Le set upon the 4 Clerk Circuit CouM.a T'tj 5ITKlt.":".. .f. .. .

the marketing of the fruit, Hill Mrs. Charlie! LutTmau a serenade clerks in the office In the usual way
routes have alriady been allowed that F. Tnomas Hardware and Seed Co. ST""I: \\
and finally caught his MH>: s'i-o'i
incidentally this:: subject i is of vital lance last Friday night. The iighfantastic man sending a : u1'ii' ooi>
county by a government agent, and! We can furniooh: n limited quantity portion of his ill gotten gains.

interest to it:; Florida subscribers as toe wa: tripped until eleven i of our Famous Perfected Cucumber
the people there will enjoy prompt Mine NIMH!. |'limtior
; well &81.) the trade. ProiLptne isueceshiry tiVl.ick: then they were invited to the and Genuine Rocky Ford Cantaloupe TheVentern Ilt'.t'r\ drul' a (ard I.. the <|( t I. t

t a'.! oluttly imjierative: dining room where dainty l refresh mail delivery in the country on her seed. Theis" weed are scarce.'rite In the early days of the Hayes administration SJ'HJU: t\I. ICPII'\'TOIC\ .

hard ds in when Mr. Cvarti was !o-Calc' l.'uigih "'1'U,. d .h' .
principal ro) const-queues. us for prices. All kinds of new seeciu '''1 r. ...
cr since utgl0t LOW can bring but cue mrulawere ftrvt-tl. Promptly at li secretary of date, the uu-iubtra:: of the
This! fchculd stimulate other Florida stock.T. lnnun Buttor.The .
disaster o'dOt'k "Home Sweet Home" was cabinet were discussing; mattira ia an
result to au industry r.\\ idly
counties:: in the work of making new F. THOMAS HARDWARE.k SEED (so.. btormll8r' one morning when the Cariuii'hut I Son C.'ii. h..vfeeted ,- d.
its former poMtiou.CALIKOUMANS pliyed by the violinist and all departed Oaint's'illeFlti..
S regaining arrallg.ii..ut,, itb .
roads, as tbaLU a sure guarantee for president mentioned that he had madea a 1'tollh._ .

WARNED. for home declmng to the -- -- few appointments with mt consulting dairy to "UI'I'I tl'l'l1I S'VPp day 'AI. I,
free rural delivery. It is also said a -;\
Here i is the warning as it appear: :: in charmius! hoses they had etj-j,dthemselves. Notice. his official family the appointees being fres-h luiuer u llrklUM at ;:"n, jam f'f'tllIlIl.

mail route will t'e given South Jack- The regular annual meeting of the personal friends. All the places filled 'U.o.'D'lntr .
the California Fruit Grower, l'lilifor.nis.i J UDIE. ) IiHow1 $ t1aRel5e
soitvihleJek.iiviIie! Metropolis. stockholders of the Port In lis Ter- I happened to fall within the state department per t und. Thnrt" T. "
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:T reliable fruit journal : fo cure a cold in one day. minal Company will be luld at the |I Secretary Cvarta turned to Juvenile

.. The state board of horticul.ute has Toe president is increasing the office cf the company in Rockwell, John Sherman and said with a twin- BieM''.
Take Laxative Bromo QuiuiuHTab- kle in his eye. -I have often heard and A full Ine: jun (h'ala
recently received reliable iuformatior "white man's! burden" in the south. Marion county, Florida, on Tuesday! M I
:; lets. AH druggists:: refund the money read about the western reserve of Ohio, Co., jewekr, .

from Florida to the e-ffect that the if it failes to cure. F.V: (firove's. We will have to invoke Kipling to February l'thl 1903, at 1 o'clock, p. m. but I must confess that I have never ( ..
RALPH BARKER .IJllileluat"
qs4. n.l1l..
{ dreaded white fly (Alejrodes eitri- s'grsature hen *-&"! U>x.-15c j comto our relief. ," seen any of it.
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,, .!IOn into the rumors, paid Mr. Stetson .1 I GEORGIAN IN TROUBLE. VWQWvVW
Je: ,\ i Under Arrest For Passing Bogus

WijY ITS FOUNDER CUT to Dr.matter demand Forbes b*' sifted should one to and have the insist bottom.been that the Therewas first the : MO1 INJPPJaTUNE) .Colorado Hughes Checks,rings.'Colo.young on El and Paso well,Banks.Jan.dressed 26.-C.N. ommRCIU\ B BANK\. O U e

and having papers which indicate that
, a conference, aud there iu I [Branch of Commercial Bank Jack ouvill
into the matter rested. Dr. Forbes Ga.. has been arrested here on a :
9311 Connected: With it Must bo has Wen content with declaring thatI charge of forgery It is alleged that
he parsed a check for 125: on the El CAPITAL 850,000
Above Sus..lclon-He: Ooesn'tUte have beta that WRITERS ON AFFAIR.
persecuting.him; ENGLISH Paso National bank, drawn payableto

the Process of having given money to the university I self and signed "E. R. Davis." and

Whitewashing, I want to own it. Considered Direct: Affront to Washing. that he passed another check on the Accounts of Finns, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.

ton Government, Which 1 Is Strivingto First: Net; 'oral bank for the samea Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our 'are.
i phflaiklphi AIII rican One of the trustees has aId that
lur.t. drawn in the same manner
Exchange Bought and Sold.
Make Peace and Procure Satisfactory -
r John B S'Hson, the millionaire bat rich men who gave to educational and v.: ned "E. P. Tanner." He had

from his will : Settlement of Claims. at either bank and was arrested
ha* CI.t no
l manufacturer institutions should understand that while fora INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
the waiting
L for the university at the New York, Jan. 26.-The attempt of at depot
all provisions matter mds there, and that th" y tnun. lie had been stopping: at
\i- DrLaoJ l FU., which tears his name. have to the German naval authorities to destroy bE'st the and had
: nO right, on that account, the San Carlos fortifications.: the hotel in city I tAr V

V I Th'icourw.on' : hU part, followed the dictate what the policy of the institution capture a gunboat in Lake Maracaibo $93 when arrested. He explains: his
act by the statement that when he .
JV of the board of trustees in ex. and interrupt the passage of supplies -
Action lIh&lIlJr. The money I gave: to - -- -
left home his father gave him ?300
.' oooratiUK the jTveiJeut of the institution the institution I give outright! but I from most Colombia inopportune eastward by all i is Eng-considered for a trip to California, and that he J. F. EDWARDS'

Dr. J hn F. Forbes, concerning believe that, having aided, I hate lish writers commenting on the affair, "got up against it" at Kansas City.
He had a telegram addressed to him BIG WHISKEY
. tbo!e conduct with a female member tbe right to in-ist that the: management : since it Is a direct affront to the care of the Waldorf-Astoria New HOUSE
r Washington government, which is
of Ihf faulty, grave rumors had Lein shall be moral and thit anything York, signed "Papa, and Mamma and
t' striving to make peace and procure a Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.
All," wishing him a happy New Year
l' eln-uUtHl. that reflects uj on its prt'"idntsbaillie satisfactory settlement of outstanding l -

t "| rrrUiuly shall not aid l the uuiIII thoroughly investigated claims, says The Tribune's London and godspeed. -- i --

I unity longer uudtr IIi present man-I 1 certainly oull not hive done correspondent. SEISMIC SHOCKS AT SAVANNAH.Were ---
According to the Berlin press, whatever -
... fr
said )Ir. SteUon. "I
't. sgrment, more to show my regard an I aflVctiou Is done on the coast of Venezuela -
Also Feat Coast For Miles.
l tbaDlttd my will hurriedly as soon as for Dr. Forbea. He had been to me asa U by joint authority. If Germany Alcng ':' =- C =-
Shaken. -
be guilty of unfriendly conduct toward Tybee Severely I ISannnah 2. Co:
this action was taken, for fear Iqlght sou, but wheu thU matter was 7.- ..t 3 = e.
the United States Jan. 26 Two shocks of
England, as ; .
L: :: 5 oj ()
die before thchues providingfor to my attention !hy one of the a partner In the alliance with her earthquake were generally felt in Savannah :-= eG

the John H. tJtetm: University. prominent members of the faculty, is also responsible. This obligation last night at S:15 o'clock. .-.-. "":I. "a:..!. =- -_ -3::;
lends emphasis to the warning from News from the settlements along the e
were rut out. and when I had s-voru statements I = .:..:, :::: ..
the strongest conservative Journals coast indicate that they were of a violence -- -- -
)lr, S'et.on ilK been a generous from others, I believed it my duty to that there will be grave dissatisfaction sufficient to put houses to rock- i-- \

gher to the Floriil i university for the bring the matter to the attention of throughout the United Kingdom, !It tog and cause considerable excitement. : 14Ir. 'II

He has built a the alliance with Germany involves From Tybee island come reports of -
put't'ntt't'u( years. the trustees Before doing this I irird ..
England in any sort of trouble with I. the grea.tefit"iol .we and decided
group of imposing buildings fur the: tll have Dr. Forbes relieved! fro.u the the United States alarm was: caused among the few who -O

ibttituti, Among there which.. he presidency, believing; tlut this wou.d populate the resort at this season. r.uior S .In M11 KIIK:

Elizabeth Hall' which GERMANY FEELS INDIGNANT. Mrs. Evans, the mistress of the light ---------- ..r.
i iot -
{are built\ be the better for the institution.! Dr.
house, telephoned that five shocks had

bear the name of hU wife, and Lich, Forbes resigned, withdrew his r.oil' Foreign Office Official on American shaken the light house EO that in the FINE WINEB. WHISKIES and BRANDISB.

.ithi 11 recent exteuiins, i ii one of nation, and then charged! that Iper.istently was Press Comments j living rooms, 4<> feet from the ground My }:!,oo Rye or Bourbon at .?. ........ ?... rips My {4 oo Gin at.... ............... .... ............. fJ.1)
notable structures d\'O'M Berlin, Jan 26.-The foreign office the sleeping children had been awakened :\ :l.SO ...-........... .... 2 oc My ;:..00rtb Carolina Corn at C
tit moot him. .......
persecuting My 3,00 2.5t :Vtv 1 co "1't lItJ &.. t
I representatives today in conversation and greatly frightened.In My <.oo ..... .........-_ .... 30(. Mj 300 :: :: .\\\O.II.
educational purtx "es in the south. with the correspondent of the Associated other houses of the island the My too Gin at .... ................. ..... ...... 175 My 4.00' .. ?.. ,
1 N'otonly this", but he has given the Mr. Raysor's Accident. Press referred in aggrieved tonesto shocks were as perceptible and it was My 2.50" .....-..... ...... ................ .... 201 !oly. oo New England Knm at...... ___ I

*> I'uivmity authorities p*run-on to The Gainesville Sun gives the following the American press comments upon some time before the excitement they The Jmcaiul( Keg Trade Made :a Sueclal Feat re.

'raw 00 him at the end of each Ii-cal account of the accident that the bombardment of Fort San Car- caused subsided. In sending your ordfs always send enough to cover the cost of jugs. Half-gallon j.r.. 1-
los. One official said: I In the city no report of any damage -gallon ,IUI(. Isc.-gallon jug..25r:a-galloB ju8.3cc. ktg- }].
1t.rt"r whatever deficit; there might boMl Mr. L. M. Kaysorat GainesvillrI'hurdtyafternoounieutiou ) "In view of Commodore Scheder's has been received, as the shocks were I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Flcnda.because I sire gcMMk
ear goods and lull measure.
It. There generally/ been a cou of which report Germany has a just right to feel scarcely severe enough for that. AtnalorderwiUconeinceyouthat'wearethepeorc! Term cash with the order.HOLIDAY .

IrraWe deficit, and lr. StetKii has Indignant at the fact that a portion of Yourunxiouitonlue J. F. ED\V ARDS. '
was made in this paper. the American press is aroused over I Big Sale of Cotton.

contributed amounts ranging from the false 26.-Dr. W. P. IK -- ---- --- ---- ----
statements of what occurred Winder, Ga.. Jan.
The accident occurred at 2:{O
W R 0 to f ''OOtO at San Carlos without await!:-, the Laperriere. of Hoschton, has just closed O ---o

RELATIONS WITH FORBES.Hu o'clock in theafiernoon while the train facts in the case, and thereupon attacking out his cotton. The lot contained

a friendly power. The Pan- over 1,600( bates and amounted to $Iil.-
relations with the president, was shiftiu( in the uplonyard. Vr.a ther's action, the official report shows, 596.C8 Smith & Carithers, bankers, FR

Dr. Forbes, were very cordial for 1k.or .... -4 caught between the t'ud"il' was strictly within the limits of In- paid for the cotton and it was one of

ternational law. She was proceedingpast the largest transactions that has passed
has traveled
The president
years. of the while holding theNfu(1la
cars the fort to enter the lagoon of through their bank this season. Dr. GOODS.

abroad ,Lud r the patrouageof Mr. .,,itn the coupler. Maracaibo in order to prevent :he Im- DeLaperriere made a handsome profiton

I'ltl:04'U. A |'rei
cltrD to the uiiiver-ity Mr. Stetson "I).. I'hil.ipthe tomp nycurjjeon, Colombia. and she was fired upon. The firm of Sanders. Swan & Co., boughtit

wa summoned, when be stated that Panther, of course, answered the fire through their agent Mr. Barrett of

and it was made t "lit{ cially attractive the injury would not prove serious it as she was entitled to do. The attack Monroe, Ga. Dr. DeLaperriere is one

dweauss of hie I (titer donorV) per*oual was not made by us, but by the of the best all round businers men in CALL AND SEEM .
relieved\ the victim, as Well as his.
Venezuelan forts. We are community and always makes a ,
r jird for the muil o was tnllcL'up) quite unableto our
friends of greas anxiety and !!ou-pt'ns see why any neutral power shouldexprt'ss success of everything that be under
it. Ir. Forbw.' chair was endowed,
"Mr. IUy:!or was taken *o the ho- disapproval because the Pan- takes.
t-;,'_t t thing iciveii fi-r ihe purpose, ther replied or because our vessel afterward FISIIEL'SNEW
rital at High Springs where ;it is calculite -
au.1| Mr! 1..h"U ro arrange: this gift leveled the forts, since it wasa Convicts: Will Pubish! Pap-r. .
.i he will soon recover. He i.+ avery hindrance to an effective blockade.The Atlanta, Jan. 26.-Editors, reporters,
that the l'ri.I"nl ,'uM not be ilejnvwl -
j\ puUr( eiup oye, anti the acciiident assumption that we want to prevent compositors and pressmen added to
of his! bdhry a-. lon: as he re- a settlement of the matter with this the entire force necessary to pub-
was felt wi'h a great tlr-al. I of
>v Qiknedat, the tread "C theuuiver.-ily, Washington and the speedy raising of lish a newspapers, all convicts, will be
"** resat by 'b>- .-iupl! yr- ..f the c m- the blockade is wholly mistaken. the staff of a periodical to make its
fen though h.- iitiuht 1 le itiettpacita-
pany.thi, -.huvi'ed: mitt .?vr lill.u- "We want the blockade to he raised appearance In Atlanta in the near fu STOCK
, II i ttd i hJllldiUl': +. Dr. Forte frHiu..u- Just as soon as the powers have ade- ture. The office of the publication<<
Ily Mmted' the millionaire at his re.i i ( quate guarantees in hand that their will be the federal prison. Within the .

-- claims will be met. We do not even. walls_ of_ the__ institution are several]
d..ncl'.t Aihboriie, I'a.Mixit -- u n ... .
ask for the .
immediate payment of men qualified to inaugurate the enterprise -\1.- ;
MIINKY EPET. RUTS money but only for guarantees. We and the furnishing of a suitable 1 l

Mr.rtrtuauha-g'ie t-vfii furiht-r cannot raise the blockade empty hand. plant is being considered. The Ohio

ed without any form of guarantee." state penitentiary now publishes a
thin Ih' of r
to make jwcitie gift Greatly Reduced Prices.
--- weekly and it is the purpose of Warden -

money aid lull 'iug- to the wiivtTMiy COERCION MUST CONTINUE. Hawk, of the local prison, to starta
The sick what i
Si that it infill) be built up, he walking similar publication.Fell 1

had wale lietvj' iiivt-rtiut-nt in De- ;:i crowd of them there are: Agreerre; t Between Powers Concern
ing Venezuelan Blockade.! on Ax Blade.
Lu.d, building\ \ there a nit hotel, Persons who are thin and London, Jan. 26.-It was learnedto Adairsville, Ga., Jan. 26.-The C-

sod embarking extru-ively, in the weak 1 but not sick enough day by a representative of the Associated year-old son of Tax Collector Joseph M. FISHEL.O

eul'ur? of iranees. In all he hlt.l'ut( Press that Great Britain, Ger Shaw while running with a double .
to go to bed."Chronic I many and Italy have agreed that Ur.Bowen's bladed ax in his hand. fell. The ax
nearly !:: ( J <..t into fie and
; ,4>> town, proposal that
cases" that'swhat a blockade of stuck in the ground and the boy'sbody

hi* IfUfrations to the universityhave Venezuela be immediately raised can fell on the keen edge that was -
--- -- O
the doctors call them, not be entertained and wound inches ------
approximated ;*iwtwh, ). that coercive up inflicting a % longin
which in action must continue until a proper the abdomen, a part of the hIp bone
common English
tumors!* tte Hii to reach! Mr. Stets>n
guarantee is
forthcoming. The foreign being cut off. The ax striking the -- ---- -
ffan lunnucy between Dr. Forbes means-long sickness.To offices bold that any other course bone no doubt saved his life. Dr. .

anti the f>mile teacher, and he came the continued would entail a failure of the attemptsto Bowen removed the fragment of bone piLi+ I
stop bring about a settlement by diplomacy and put ten stitches in the little fel- POTATOES ::1H
to t'n iici luM4 u it was lime for the 'loss of flesh they need i at Washington. i, :ow. !

prt'tthJ\, (reign. On one occasion, I Regarding the position of the other Edward Will\ Honor Kaiser.
Scott's Emulsion. For the '
whf-uPr rortitti watin PhiLidelphia, claimants against Venezuela the blockading London, Jan. 26.-The invitation extended t

Mr. >h u a satisfactorily settled ambassador here Count Wolff-
4 '.umi y, ring to j>ay his salary need Scott's Emulsion. before the demands of countries who :Metternich, to dine at Windsor castle I

f for tlilt f.tloalus; year. Dr. FrbesOIDJI It makes new flesh ajjdives are not actively asserting them can next Tuesday, Emperor William's ;;

J tilt rt-igu! ; new to I I terest. It is the first time that Em- t
"hotai ,"ill. ut of the boarloftraUe I
I'r Forty.Four Shell Tock Effect .
birthday has been for-
peror '
system. .\ ( LOWE r lUU'IS
iui ?ut.s.quently, within a.dyor Berlin Jan. 2ft-An official dispatch. mally observed by the British court, _

t*1) If thc clo..e of the aebool Scott's Emulsion gets from Willemstadt, Curacao, dated Jan- and therefore the king's action has
23, says: 1 givea much satisfaction at Berlin

star, withdrew it. thin and weak persons out The Vineta arrived in the Gulf of where it is regarded as emphasizingthe fi? Solid fur our huuJdt't "IHIMI IMITATIIliy

Then Mr. Maracaibo Jan. 21, -oil.. recd lion lu >lanl. <-itllhiteunl !'liip..
StHwn laid the matter 3f the rut. It makes new, and approached friendship between the two coun on i
lefor within 7.200:: yards of the shore. At 11 tries. "wont fr<-<' lor Ilio ;*..liiuf-;. .\dtla'I"" .
the i rupees., It was decarltil rich blood strengthens the
o'clock she began a bombardment

by hug that at the meeting a CJUPUSM nerves and gives appetiteor which was continued with an hour of, !I Does it Pay to Buy Cheap? W1LSOH & TOOMEl FERTILIZER COMPANY'

held, and at this it was determined Intermission, until 3 p, m. The Pan-
ordinary food.Scott's ther which was standing by, observed i A cheap remedy for coughs and
that Dr. Forbes should be ex- o! I'oriiinla ".
Iaiuifjiliir. o( Ideal Special Prop
teat 44 shells took
onoraied.! Emulsion can be -effect.- I cold is all right, but you want something -

It ass viriutlly deteimined, Mr.feUtsoaeajs ;aken as long as sickness Murderer Gets Quick Verdict that will relieve and cure the j UKSO.VULLI! 11.01:11)I
Thomasville. Ga.. Jan. 26.-Henry more severe and dangerous result* of I
how the matter should i asts and do good all the Steel the negro who slew Goodman 1. throat and lung tmuhl."u t s-i:ill

M'pearupou the uvords. Mr. Stet- Pittrran 13 days ago. has been found you do? Go to a warmer and inure ----

Kubruitttd ewi>ru statements reK guilty of murder with no recommendation regular climate? Ye*, if 1IOo"iLI,*; it ISIVliMMMl: 11 '\T.\ itS.

rdln? Dr. ForUV conduct. The There's new strength of mercy. The jury was out not {Mi-xible, for you, then in either

trustees md 1 flesh in dose. just 36 minutes Goodman Pittmanwas case take the only remrdy that has HR1HE BROTHERS'CASH
a-Upted by a two thirds vote every shot while assisting an officerto
Liven introduced in all civiliacd countries
,teaolutjona in which it set furlh make an arrest.Colombun .
i :::: \\'e will be glad with success in s-evrre throat and MAIL ORDER HOUSE

'hat they had patieutly and carefully -- to send you a few lung troubles, "B.. wbtoe' German
Treaty Considered.
flal11int'\l into the facts hearing doses free. Syrup.' It not only beaU, and stimuUtts -
Washington, Jan. 26.-The senate Dealers.
upon "n the ti.-bUfs to di,troy the gum Wholesale Liquor
rumors!, charges and u'l.i- Be sure that this picture ia committee on foreign relations today
I disease but inibiuiuation andcauj
dun the form ot a label is on theTrapper considered the Colombian but allays
atl'C. treaty,
ting or concerning Dr. ot every bottle of Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Wm. J. Lemp
ett expectoration, gives a
: reached conclusion to vote
no except
Fork and the female teacher and :i ie Emulsion you buy. Brewing Co's St. Louis Beer.
good night's rest and the
that it should be made public. It is pa.
t* find there are no facts to i SCOTT & BOWNB,
tuppor tient. Recommended
stated ttat the treaty is a very lengthy many years by
the laId rumor: rte' Chemists, document., containing much detail, and all druggists m the world. You can 1246-1858JLdams St. Jacksonville Fla'
4 ; ,
MT 409 Pearl St. N. Y. .
FEOl-EKLY IXVESTIOATED. I that -it will be some time before It Is get this reliable remedy at AntiMonopoly '

There WM never. formal! inve ti- SOc and $I l1 I all 1IMIsts. reported to the senate committee. Drug Store. I PRICK LIST VPOK APPLICATIO.V.

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" r t}. DICK KILLER'S MISFORTUNE. '"""" "",,,,,,,,,,,'"'',.","" "" "n"" ,",,'"" """ " ,,1,P,9,,0tItiS,", i

Mjch: Wealth of a Marion County; ..... j
Citizen Goes up in Smoke Gi- .ro...
'' "Uncle" Dick Miller, living about -,.-...... ....... !:
ten miles west: of Ocala: is one of tin ::: ABE JAKE 5I f
beet known men iu the c uaty and is
noted for his: eccentric hat i its.! -
"Uncle" Dick id a veteran of the< roy
Indian war, the Mexican uuraud the TEA POT GROCERY 1

Civil war, aud though upwards: olninety
years of age i is as n.bu as: .. i
-- !
most men of fifty, and weighs 251 ..... l
pounds or more. P-- ro I!
Mr. Miller has been dealing: iu cat t-- yIII
tie and growing cotton for the pasl .y.... If
I fifty years and in that time has acCUmulated -

it is believed an imweu __ I.
R'fl furtum the way fortunes are esti.mated BREAKFAST I ,If f
in this section. He believes in

Lard! money and has never had any I -- .'
m faith in banks, safety vaults or other yt
: ...
'' dejiositarieM. As long as he was aLl ...- :' .....
to do so he turned his greenbacks --- I : .....
t .] ....
and it is believed he had i I
t gold an : I t ,: MADE -0
: ---- I. I'' ,
immence bum hidden somewhere in : I H I -A
I r ::' I ; I
his dwelling, but no member of hu .- I I l : 'j : I I I -4....
has discovered iu where I I : -..'
family ever : I :
abouts.Mr. --- i I : tj! I I I.

i E. W. Agnew says: that he is I 'I I I _1.....
absolutely! certain that he has in the '.!" : I I ..-.-.
--- r ... ...
forty paid him as much as -I I EASY .
past years ..
r i : ,, ; .;j ../ ; : .....
fifty thousand dollars in lilttr- I -_ I it : .... .,,
I I'' : ..... \
6g fug gold, and the Robinsons more -- ; : I. e';!\: I .....
than ten thousand.In : {(,[/ j "..
-- I .....
f later years Mr. Miller'has beeu I : I .t I .
i* I r.J I
I :\ ; i -i
unable to secure: gold; and so has had I
t to content himself with silver aud : 'ti !I I i r PAN CAKES or Griddle Cakes areas ::
,. l'l .
/ I .L.-= :; _
f E greenbacks. I
I We know the readers of this paper I: [ .' ''I'' I I old as the English language and are I I.v.
fr will regret to learn that! Mr. MilU-r's a-- r. ; I I .... I

/ dwelling night and was completely visited)'destroyed by fire Friday, and [: I Iri: I i likely to endure as long. 3 j

in an effort to save his hoardings got
btu hands and arms badly burned, E ?f m y\*;*:. \ I! I i I I Wheat flour makes a good griddle 3
all the flesh being completely burned
off from the elbows to the wrists. I: !?blPVv I I I skillful hands but
5 E : I cake In to some per3
The building aud all of its contents av V tj

baved.were entirely Of course consumed.all of the Nothing currency was :: S J i i'' xtj./A* ,'\I I I ,: sons it lacks character and taste. t I!
I I 4a
I )j
a--- *&> I
unknown. I I !! I r JV a wvv4 1 i I Rice by itself is open to the same

I melted, but can be restored fur i its intrinsic I %|i' I -4

"t: on either value.the house There or was furniture.Mr. no insurance. a I f;. ; ;I objection, while corn meal goes to the 3r.
a \: I .....
: =- I I
in Ocala
Miller was yen.'rlay
:- \ j A i other extreme and to some palates is of
consulting physicians and of courser I: I =
deplores his lllNi'Cry greatly. He I 4
, feels that the accumulations of tuor :: I _r_ I I i too coarse or pronounced a flavor. 3
have been !
s tluu fifty years swept I

. away.A Good Recommendation. E: A mixture of all three of these grades blends their varied flavors -4

"I have noticed that the sale oc O
i.,., Chamberlaine'a Stomach &Liver Tlit.f .- a- into taste to which
;;, lets is almost invariably to those who one no exception can be taken by any one. 3
r'' have one used them,"says Mr.J. Ii.r .
".:" Weber, H prominent' druggist of CasCade We sell Hecker's Old Homestead Pancake, the best to be had.
Iowa. What better recommendation a .-..

.fi'.,: than for could people any to call rued forit cine when have E The proper quantity of raising powder is already added and nothing is .3
is.' a'relllt'd .
:.- again in ned of such ,)':?
Il '
,f...;. Try ing,them wlimjou when you have fret dull lad ifier taste, eats in I left for the cook to do but to moisten with water or milk and bake-a -4

3 your mouth,feel Litmus have no appetite a- -tJJ
or when! troubled by const i pa ahungry will do the
family rest.
lion,aid you ere certain to k I.e deliirh 3
r ted with the ,prompt relief which they e-- -II

;._ atrord.Drug! Store.-For sale by Autt lollol'.ly m =s-= We also have Hecker's Self Raising Buckwheat, Yellow Corn -4

Marion's Share of Shorthorns.: aFlour, and Griddle Cake Flour, all self raising and equally as good as the
ill. L. 1' Miller and Z. C. ('Lau -
bliss have returned from Lake City, == Homestead Flour.

where they Wen' in inspect a car of a- .s

;.;, recently. purchased registered I>y r'Durham. II. Gltit cattle-kil1. E- Purina Pan Kale Flour, Purina Health Flour Ralston Breakfast 3
'J\\' .
;\ The cattle!I arrived over a week ago a-- '
. :'r: and were at once taken to the I Florida :: Food and
t !: Agricultural Experiment Sta'ion and Barley Food Cream of Wheat. Force a breakfast food fast ;.
I" They are receiving will! inooulkted excellent wish:treatment the/germof E: coming to she front Oat Meal and Pettijohns Breakfast Food and in .

1 Texasor tick fever by injection i/f a- -41

;, i \ ; Station blood;! from owns an four infected helters animal.! and The two :: fact everything that goes to make a breakfast easy

; t bulls. Out of the remaining !lil1e.I a- Ii-" .
teen animal, t-ixtt-eu came to ." non E: Include some of these breakfast foods in your next order If you '
t .f county. Their pedigrees extend to
i many genera; ions, and end in celebrated E: don't trade with
f Smarted ttook. One of the --- us, we want you to We have the goods and our

! ea1Pe4e0lllingto hundred mid eighty Ocala pounds weighs at seven file E prices are right We run an exclusive grocery and know your wants .

months and another twelve hundredat a -III
liftci-n months.t a- 4
t a= Yours for
S The otlicers of the Station are very more ,

t : much iutrrtated:: l in tiiis t'xl't-riluent.| a- .-4...
I and the visitors were much pleased tom- -II11
with the school', buildings grounds a- -
r I and tft'.. .tientieceived.: a-a-- 414
I a- -
t: Jerry Burnett, a--tIIJ-- ..4..

;.. Tailoring Merchant:, I TEA POT CROGIRY -.4

Ocala, Florida.
Finest Imported and 0- 4
Domestic Cloths... .

., Cutting Guaranteed.; Specialty.Fits l la" ;((6"6'6'6"6"6"6"6""r" " " " " '" " " " " " ;

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