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
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Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 6, 1903
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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>]


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
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Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
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Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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MOTTO AT:THEKEETOF THIS PAPER THE WILL MAN WHO NOT I Mr. W. D. Cam, superintendent of : LOOK ON THIS PICTURE-THEN ON 1, At the Armory Tuesday Night.A Sllllllllllllll11111111lI1l111111111111i1l1111111111111111" " " " " " "111111111111111f" " "

FX.V public instruction for Marion zouuty, THAT. 1I very attractive gathering greeted r
is attending the superintendent's con- Mrs. W. B. Frazer, of Auburn, Ala., yr -
vention at Gainesville.! When the Tea Pot Grocery at the armory Tuesday night. -yr
IT.Sl3iSS72. hei-an business! in Ocala the I I Mrs. Frazer was introduced by Mr. --- --
DOWN E. G. Chamberlin N. Y. W. L.
f .. John McCarthy store was one of the R. A Burford in a moat chaste, eloquent Drink
Wheeler, jr., aud wife, Louisville, I.
311111 Liil EditorOcahi bl"( institutions of the city.It and appropriate manner.From .
SA S3 Ky. ; H. M. UOf>the, Collini', GII., are
carried an immense: stock and the very nice notices theprrft

= among the Ocala House guenta. did an immense bu> ine**. baa given this distinguished ,
Grt't'ubouCo.! ., FlorUtaPlioue. > | VITOL j
l Xo. 2.V Game W.rdeu Hut-to recently: had It didn't believe in advertising and woman something: nice was expectedfrom ;

Arthur Jackwni before Judge Crawford I turned almost a deaf ear to the tfli- her and none Here disappointed.Mri. .

M Mr. W. M. KOM WM in Ocala Wed. for violating the game l laws and : caCy of printer ink. Frazor is a woman of charm. r-- -y-

r terJaj.Mrs. he was fined $10 and eats aud tenday'a The stock continued to grow less, I iug personality and is a magnificent

AlUa Rogers. returned to In- in jail.Mre. patrons gradually dropped away fromit delineator of negro dialect and southru | IT |

nrot WedD" ay. I the business war more and more provincial life and delighted her

R. E. Bell and little son, Hunter curtailed until last week what" was! audience immenaely hut night.

Mr. H. Joe Wise! returned Wedneo- of Dawson, Ga., who have been left of it was sold for fifteen hundred The assistance she received from | POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE |

day from a mercantile tour. the guests of Mixa Lena Bullock for dollars and carted of. ,
Mrf. Mclver, Miss Smith, Mr. U"rig -

the pant two week, returned h0I18 The Tea Pot Grocery people on the and Mr. Anderson varied the enter. -- --
Mrs. J. C. Norwood went to r.latka l I
; Wedn.i d.y night. I contrary began a syitem of live, vigorous Uinment and added to its delightful- I Ocala Florida. 3
'r Wtdnud.y for a snort viiit. ,
advertising and immediatelybegan -
Quincy bad a jail: delivery Monday. ness.The --- --1r

Mr. J. M. Getty went down to Lake which 1 II without precedent in this to push ahead. following wag the program : -- --

Weir WednexUjr afternoon. eUte. By !tome meant tne prisoner In proportion as one business went Cornet Solo.Mr. A E.Gerig. --- ---

down the other went : "Half Black Monin."
got hold of dynamite and blew away up L ll11jlll11l11j1l11l11l11l11L11Jl.ll1JllJlllll11l11l11l11J1! !Jllll1JlliS:
CoL H. T. Spoocer: of Lake Weir, The John McCarthy store U now "The Naughtyniobile."

orange grower, ia I at th. Ocala House. the cell doors and escaped Vocal Solo . Mi** Georgia Smith.
but a tradition and a memory while -
"'1'he J "
Piliny Ul"t: t.
Col. Sic Brco, of Crystal River Mr. W. C. Perkins, who i is spendingthe the Tea Pot Grocery i. a living force "The Run"wayIatcb.: ." Dan Darlelgh tt Old SI.

via among the prominent visitors to winter in Ocala has bad exceptionally and is one of the biggest establishments Piano Solo .. .:Mr* D. K.: Mclver. Old Si Stebbins, which will be presented Old Harvest

Ocala Wednesday.Mrs. good luck and has a record in of the kind in the interior.Is "The Death of My tiranny." at the opera house Monday North Carolina

quail shooting that is hard to excel. anything else lacking with whichto "Pecks Bad Boy." night, February 9, is a comedy of

Vocal Solo . .
Clifford Anderson.
McQueen Ch&lre. of Old Town, The other day he also killed a large point a moral or adorn a tale. the true rural order, and Dan Dar-
I "Two ways of catching a chicken, the CORN WHISKY
b in Ocala and U the guest of her rattler. --- ------ New and the Old.l l leigh &3 Old Si is received with great

IlllitHIrll.: John L. Edwards.The Doith of Mrs. E. C. Smith I
every city in which
Pros Josiah yarn of the
I I principal
Is the very best because it
neat um of 163.00 was realized Ocala High School, went to Gainesville This community wan painfully Still Moro Additions. this quaint rural comedy is been, as is genuinely oM. Guaranteed -

shocked Wednesday morning to learn he gives to the role a consistent interpretation -
front the Daughter of the Confederacy Wednesday to attend the teacn-r The East Florida Ice :\Iauufaetur.iug -
five years <>K1 and de-
of the death of Mrs.:: E. C. Smith. faithful to the type of
.. entertainment Tuesday night. meeting in that city and while there Company are adding more freeze void of fusel oil.

L' heard the address of Booker T. She was ill just a week. ing tanks to their already extensive the downeast farmer. The supporting

r Rev. and Mrs.: J. P. Hilburn wentto Washington, who tpke at the courthouse The deceased wa. a native of Lawrence plant. The additional tanks will increase company, which contains some of Awarded Gold Medal

Micanopy( for a short visit with in that city that night.! Mass., and was! thirty his years the daily output of tLe factory the best: actors, beta off the main 1898 as First Prize.I .

Mrs. Ililburu'a parents Wednesday. -- ---- old. She had been living in Ocala! eight tons. A large building for storing character in an excellent manner.

The new road machinery was carried for the past eighteen years and had The performance i is greatly enlivened
ice is also
Misses( Emily Ford and Mona Hiller being erecting just has that old mellow flavor
outWeduesday where work on the been married fifteen yelirShe/ by the specialties which are of conic
north of the main This
bare returned from a three week's buiMiug. that a judge of Pure Old NoUi
roods are in progress. The new machinery leaves a hu-band and five little children is made excellence as to amount to a high
visit to Mina Louise Inglis at Port I storage building necessaryby IClli I '
Inglk will be given a thoroughtest a father. and one brother, Mr. I the increaMuir demand fCr ice for vaudeville how by themselves. II ciates'

and will be accepted it the boardof I II H. C. Jones, of this city, besides a packing vegetables, etc., during the This rural comedy with its agricultural -
I 51.00; s:'.oo for foists
The Married Ladies' Whist club county commissioners are satisfied large number of friends to mourn her shipping( season, when the factory sittings and primitive sentiments per quart;
full quarts-Full measure C. 0. I.
"'a*very charmingly entertained Wed that the machinery cornea up to the early death. cannot Nupply the demand: unless:! It afiaU to all tastes, and Ocala.

neday afternoon by Mrs. Louis. R. guarantee.Mr. Mrs. Smith was a member of the has a reserve to draw upon. A visit lovers of the rural dram. will find

CLazal. Baptist church and was a faithful to this constantly: growing Ocala in- "Old Si Stebbius" one of the prettiest
Herman Benjamin, an old
worker and an estimable woman. would of its kind on the road.I STRAUSS & CO. Sole
du-try surprise aniliau Agtefor
Mr. Rufus Mare of Logamport! Ocala boy, returned from Atlantawhere many ,
I The funeral servic-s took pi:ye (} who thinks he knows all thatis
InJ., who i* a regular wintt'r'i!>itor l Wednesday! he has- three drug have used Cblirnt rnin'; i Cougb Ocala, Fla.
from the late residence at 3:30 o'clock
t) Florida, is iu Ocala and is a guestof Mores and is doing an extensive business going on in our city. Remedy for a number of years and
in the afternoon Riv. L. n.? Warren
Rev aud Mrs. J. C. Porter. in that branch of trade. Mr. have no hesitancy in saying that it is: Hr>D. llobt. W. Lhma, tlorktt'a
-- pastor of the Baptist church, Best Liniment on Earth
Benjamin while continuing his At- the Lest remedy fur CMiulil.l= and r.pres-utadvr, was ra ni..ito
The :Moute/uma Hotel put in acetylene assisted by Kev.. A. Hendry of the Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City
bu-inw will al! I hare used in I Miss Nellie
huta -s, in probability, croup my family. Keating ioW W..II
gai lights Wednesday. The lightsare Methodist church, conducted the Water W'lrkhullslJUr Wis..
mike Ocala Iii home in the future. have not words to spretu"\ confidence ,.du mot excellent!) and the guests:: arc funeral services, which were very writes; "I h'ivetrie-d many kinds of
delighted.S. I He is ('.mllt clt'11 with the storage lanjfli attended. liniment, but hive never, received in this remedy. :Mts. J. A.Mwre T-!>.- e+-aioiiy w>>lIlwrfurw.-d: h y Rev

bii-bie-n here, which nMuniing much benefit until 1 used I Ballard's North Star, in-h. For *'!\le iir Smith at the lutrrouage mud w s
The acted
\ W. and projioriion- following gentlemen as Snow Liniment for rheumatism and by all drusjgiittt and! medii-iiie de..leis III. d fw 'b'I8) .
Teague, the "towering! pine" bigger bigger! -!! by only a
. pall barers: Messrs. A. L. Izlar! W. pains. I think it the best liniment on _. ._
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i1 Of I."dy Lake and Oc>U, un attend- fr ends and relative Ili,. sad M tr...
:E. F. Durumof Bowling Gr.*n.Igeutnil J. Edward. U. Blake, J. O. fpurhi earth." 25.-, ;ole, and SI Ill() bottle at
r to ttu>au.-w in our clrriS ollieyester- Jerry Burnett D A i is will orx-nd their bon jriH<.*>uN III
I (i. W. Martin, M. M. Little, IL R. the Anti-Monopoly\ :t5tore. m ,
for the Ocalu Marblri
day.-(Jainesiille New*. agent: .w York city.
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Carroll: and F. O. H
I W OJ kawl of the firm of
The iutrrred in the The White Mountain Refrigerator. Merchant
t'ol. B.,.uj. IVtmm Calhoun and 1-:' T. )) rrnnc'e & inn, dealers ). rem>mi3 were I hI' t-tst physic. "Own fried sail
fiuily lot at the old! cemetery. The Messrs. Hubbard & Macdutr have
lle.srs. S. P. lithium, and I';. E. and bhipj-cra of orange y">u alw.ys im Oiaiubnkia't i
mound covered secured the in Ocala for the
was with beautiful agency : Tailoring.Ocala
Ha-ktil of IVilatkt, for the pa-t and vogetal.IgeU'fally, made a call hi'macli! and Liver Tablets My
flowers, tributes the lore and! atlec- famous White :Mountain refrigerators
low days have been engaging Judge ] at this olliee. He desires to corre- Willum A. liirard, Pease:, Vi. Th ee '
tion of tilt many friends of the de. and will today have some of them on Florida.
nulllll.'lt' with of melons, cantaloupes T"Lll'tjr... the lUfr-t
attention with an interesting J spoud growers Finest Imported and tU'sprompt,
ceased.To exhibition in their store. It is madeon
narrative on navigation on the and vegetables of all de: cripi Domestic Cloths. pleasant anti most reliable lathartteID

raging Ockla lulul. The legal genUetuen I I i tions. Posfollh'e! address box 5, the sorrowing husband, mother scientific principled throughoutand Cutting a Specialty. u-e. Fur ratsby all\ druttgi-tsHi.d J
less children and other relatives this one of its strongest features i is
left for their homes yesterday. i Bowling (been, FIll. Fits Guirantf. medicine dealers ; I
paper extends its sincerest sympathy. that it can be H easily cleaned that it

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is a pleasure to the housewife to cleanit !
Tendency of the Times. I
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every thy or two-a precaution IJ
The tendency of medical science is
almost:! absolutely necessary in the
toward preventive measures. The

W best thought of the world i is beinggiven warm summer mouths. They will
to the ..ul l'et. It is easier and handle this excellent piece of household il ilIn
better to prevent than to cure. It furniture in all grades from the __ 1
hall been fully demonstrated that
fl to the be.'t. Look for their
pneumonia, one of the most dangerous ease to mind and pocketbook will be reaped, by the "I
advisement in these columns in a few
diseases that medical men have to person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
contend with, can be prevented by days. ; ,
county before investing his money therein. : I
the use:! of Chamberlain's Cough H?Ill' i

t LENT SALE/ edy. Pneumonia always results froma For Sale. DO SOT WAIT until you and your money are j

cold or from an attack of influenza The Central Lumber Company
__- _- parted before obtaining Jour abstract of title from us,
(grip) and it has been observed that offer for sale! their planing mill
this remedy counteracts any tendencyof prop. _"Xo use of locking the stable after tho horse is
erty in Ocala adjoining the freight
these diseases toward pneumonia.This gone." "We will also be pleased to look after your
UNTIL MARCH 1st 1903. depot of the Atlantic Coast Line Including
has been in '
fully proven many

------ _. .--- .-. .. ---.- --- - l [ thousands of caw in which this rem- stock of lumber and molding taxes for you.
", --- I ii I
edy has been used during the great !!. WRITE US. i

il Everything in the store will ba sold at a reduc- I!r prevalence of colds and grip in recent The plant i U the most complete one
0 years and can be relied upon with
in the county for the milling business Marion County Abstract Company
W tion of 25 per cent. from the regular price- I 3 I implicit confidence. Pneumonia often )11
1$ results from a blight cold when no and with other machines! eom )

for; cash. I It danger i is apprehended until it U suddenly prises a moulder, surfacer, planer, OCALA LOIDA.

,I DRESS GOODS, WAIST GOODS, lIt i ID discovered that there is fever turning lathe, band saw machine, II
and in and
difficulty breathing painsin
dovetailer and friezer, tenoner,
SHOES, UMBRELLAS, SKIRTS, the chest: then it is announced
lot and storage buildings, horse and

SHIRT WAISTS, CAPES, FURNISHING on that the the safe patient side has and pneumonia.take Chamber Be wagon, etc. -DELOUES1-\1
GOODS, ALL GO AT A h lain's Cough Remedy as soon as the For particulars apply to jj

cold is contracted. It always cures. THE CENTRAL LUMBER Co.,
.! saving of 25 per cent. r For sale by all druggists and medicine
2 4 tf Ocala, Fla.
dealers. HARDWARE. i ii 1
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: 4 GOODS SOLD WI HTHE DISCOUNT FOR CASH ONLY, An Interesting February. Lost-Reward. t
I Victor! Smith through the New Several thousand dollars investedand

York Press says that February beganon ( lost) in lands in Marion county Sash and ,t:0''t': (1 Farming j jP

Sunday and each day of the \vt ek without having first obtained an JI'" Tools. .
Doors, } .
M FISHEL OCALA i occurs four times. This has happened ] abstract of title from the Marion i it

I only fifteen times in the last 13:'! County Abstract Company. For reward Ready Mixed j j'T
, years, and in the next fifteen years it see another column. -

: sass \ sstssst5t5ls6s5lSlSZS slut5l5t9SSSt5tsssst sst5lssts. will happen only only five times. I. N. EXPERIENCE. Paints Etc. # !i

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! 1 MR. BRYAN IN MEXICO. Smallpox prevalent. BRANCH'S .
Columbia, S. C., Feb. 3.-Dr, Jams
;(, MAY BE PRETEXTFOR Does Not Like Captain Mahan's '
Definition of Same. Evans, of Florence, has returned from. .GENUINE[ [ R RATTLESNAKES.! [ !
:.Several columns of the Commoner I an inspection of the smallpox situation .
New York, Feb. 3-England does
hdevntnltoMr.! ( IJryau's reoest trip not like Captain Mahan's definition of in this state along the Savannah WATERMELON SEED
river. He found the disease prtvakLt:
g Mexico. the Monroe doctrine says The Tri-
to WORLD'S WAR. the -
to a large degree among WSTOC
rapne's dent In London. ,
The following/ "hits" which we t' correspo In Anderson county and along tht! Only PURE Strain in tile UnitM+ SUt t"

G Ca.ptalnfahan: distinctly says that i Charleston and Western Carolina ran (atchl':, '...t-1 K. ,. 1 ,
from, the nide: may! be appreciated : the United States will\ not. and doesnet : Y"dh N"othrr \.."ety g r. II..
has placed Inspectors u
road and along
i 1\O".nc3. t"ur.r.iimp.a' ,' -
accept, the burden of American 'I!
that line. lie urges the necessity of canoes. ate iff mai
: ronslbllltr and It Is taken for .
"KeliM are being due up constantly.We vaccination of school children and cotton a:*, isc. ioi.iv "' .y
prarted that Captain Mahan speaksfor il'.ay.: 10 til* $!__ d.! < .

brought back to confound the republicans President Castro Talks) ( of the Veije- 'oth political parties in the United mill operatives. Culture Send fur I'reel. Brmit' r'.., w. .,

and States so that his utterance Is
an Aztec god with gold Simple Colds. money order
more CT less official and that it is notgiven
diver ornaments, showing that both I I Cease to be simple, if at all: prolong I M. I I. BRANCH ,
zuelan Affair. to the world except after a full
uietuls! were appreciated by the verification. The article consequently ed. Tne aft-st way i is to put them Ii Columbia C.. '.fiiMAM > oa.

native Americans: before the rvpubli-- caused a little uneasiness, especially aside at the beginning. Dtllard's --- -

There is in view of its bearing! "on what Horehouuil( syrup stops a cold and removes I

can party: wa-> organized. Lord Oranborno calls the "Venezue the cause of colds, 25eVk-,

about sixteen times ad much silver as! Ian mftrts." England, however has: and 5100 a bottle at Anti.monopoly : G1S1 Hacker&Soui

gild on the idol." SAYS HE IS STILL KOPE UL. cordially! accepted the broad principleof Drug Store m

r; "Near Hacienda Yale is a low the Monroe doctrine and there is -..-------- .- .... ..... .hh..h hno......_ .. ,
HttlP danger of a quarrel between the

mountain range, where I was a..surt'll two great; Ar.Kl Saxon peoples over Its

, t parrots, monkeys and even tigers! canteoun exact intervention !I'' .

1 #' If However( all Peaceful Means are Exhausted I
1 in their intive: haunts. But --- ----- I

! this I can only report from hearty, Rev. Carlisle ?. B. Martin L. D.Waverly RememberW1 .
His Will Not Give but Will ,
i fur I dM not have time to hunt .par Couijtry iq, Fight. Texas, writ. !.: "Of a ..

I ; lvti or moukt-ya and was riot di il'loitdI ) morning, when tir+t rising, I ofieu -- --- --- t

.. Refers to Honor Anjoqg\ Nations.i find a troublesome eoileeti+iu ofptilegiu !
to fringe; upon the patent of tlio e } CAN sell you the
which xIu-es and \
I pr a c'ugh,
who fin J relief from the cares of state
is wry hard to disloire: but K s'naJl'Iuaolity smallest article or a :

. Ju pursuit of the larger and more i i New York, Feb. 3.-The Herald's I I.;. GUESTS OF DEVONSHIRE.King ofBilUnls, I Horehoun l Syrup i 4
Caracas rres i- carload of I .t
. 4 ferocious wild animals.! correspondent quotes w ill ut onge.'lisloge it, and the trouble : anything pertaining t "r-A< T'! :.l Ii.i *>
dent Castro as saying, In the course
"Among the j>olitical leaders whose of an Interview: | Edward and His Queen VIsit! is over. I know of no medi.-iue\ that I. 'I to Hardware, Iron Door"*, Sa-li. ItllmU. Moulding .,

Chatsworth. 13 eijuil' to it, and it i>1of) \'pry. .' i mill! KuildiiiK "f'rlal.
"I the from ;
and downs cannot
the news
illustrate grasp
careers ups
Washington. I fear that the Venezuelan New York. Feb. 3.-The king and Eleanor to take. I can most er.rdlal- ; Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dynamite 1 \\' l1do\\" : l' :' 11'.P' ; "
of itolitical ambition, Santa Ana wasc queen today visited the Duke and
conflict will be made a ly rtconirneud it 10 all pet nun, needing I ii i A = II I
preDy of Devonshire at Chataworth, : Lime, Cement, Stoves.TWENTYFIVE -It'c'l:: \
c COiiMpicuous. Sometimes he was text for a world war. I have an- l uiedii'iue for thro-it or lung troa
says; a dispatch from London to The i Purchase our make. w I Ii:. I.i. wt'I
; authority; sometime he was fleeing exceed, however, the demand for preferential Tribune. LIe:;." Price iW--, :1>IIlO< hot le at I{ Guarantee
I Superior \ill ,m( >
: from a bucce ..'ful opponent. At one treatment as follows: 'The There Is probably no other place The AiUi-Mouojioly: I D 11-4 Store m CARLOADS :! Sold South, and Tin'r.-l.\

..' lime he IIKI a limb in battle! and as treatment Venezuelan for government every creditor desires nation equal, at I jn the United Kingdom wheN royalty .. -- IN OUR SaIIIIII'Y..
1 can be received with so little trouble
I l' was in one of hU period* of victory the same time keeping In mind and I or preparation inasmuch as a complete WAREHOUSESGainesville ( I ::) O! stir an.! U I'r' M,. .K r'' .: "c' rCw

"" the !severed limb was buried withgreat respecting Its previous 'diplomatic I set of magnificent: state apartments ., : :est.- S :

and he agreements and obligations. I Is kept for this very jmrpos..
pomp "As far as I can set the French FULEXPRESS
Much of the furniture at Chatsworti
again butlVred defeat and his opponent claim is absolutely perfect, yet the I is of exceptional interest and Ca.UI'i i BAIRD D HARDYARE[ [Coe Mail

came into pos"t's.ion of the government blockading powers seem to desire to 1 to the former dukes of Devonshire ih ducation
Invalidate it. This is strange I
the buried 1 limb gifts}| or perquisites of office. Tim* ,
was resurrected
Indeed, when you recall that the state bed is that in which GI"CJ' 1 4 ,1 Florida. '. tniti v t ,M'. I I'* .r.-. H t ,..

it is aid, and dtbpitefully the French Belgian and Spanish II died and the chairs and flt.Jtoo: oapaly., ., .riyIt sir-.i' try,, 'kUU,,,... V-* .''.nil.".... "' ",'
claims already have that solemn sanction $ ptnl.i I IT*r tilii<%iiti ft1 1 i .*.t.n '..
kicked through the streets of the city. served at the coronation of George [III Ilntmis .
;; ti && i iivuUr; *trvVd4n*- L r.+ &&..1JIeI
s "I 'have sympathized with Manta which the blockading powers pre. I while] the state music room contain*, i iI : i ----- -
tend to bo desirous their own should magnificent chair used at the coruna- ... -4 t tb r
Anna sometimes when I have! been recE>it'e. rA'Hld .ifA r'
I I tlon of William IV. :
buried by the: republicans! and then "Yet I am hopeful. yes, always hopeful I II 6 Qt,5'

exhumed fur of (criticism.: Mr. Bowen has cabled me to I .HER FEARS: 'PROVED TRUE : r be prudent and patient. 1 shall be .I $ O: ? r .
-- both and we will exhaust all 1 peaceful .' y
Thousands Sent Into Exile. means with the understanding that Gecrgian( Killed on Boston Was Native ; i. r '.) .. !I Ir + ; toe Kind fir 4 tie ;
of Leads
I Augusta. that
Every: year a large number of poor when that has been Cone we will not I Augusta, Ga., Feb. 3.-An Assoi'.at. i 12, Q15. ads ; rr I .. Ire.
give In, but will fight I'
ttiltlerers: whose lung-" are sore and ed( Press item from Vallejo. Cal, g.s: cotta -I rd Aae.alp FUNERALDIRECTORS. ;
racked with roughs are urged to go to "We have concluded that if there !U an account of an explosion in the engine $ OO !' etp 1 tia
no honor among nations nor virtue in : : : : '
anotherclimate. But thidsclI.! t1,) and room of the United States war- '7-- -=- ,-: 1 e :
i International agreemnts we must defend K .
not always tore. 1).III't be an exile ship B ston.
ourselves and to insure tranquilIty I -
CO.I -
when Dr. King's New Discovery for It stated that Lee Baker ,ged :L'3! CHAS BLUM &
we must take possession of Trini- HUll alnllILOOI of i; 11',1<
consumption will cure lOll at home. dIt's ad and other adjacent places from 1 [I of Savannah, Ga., was killed and that -.I i7 and i ',,i'' \\ luSt.! 6ulU of every lewripUoD - : his mother is Mrs. Jennie Baker. paid to BQrt U rTlOM
the oust iufalhble medicine for which, with the consent of unfriendypowers | Jacksonville Florida
\ The item was read by Mrs. Ed Ilitt. Embalming: to Order
cugln, colds, and all thrmt: and lung filibusterlcg expeditions have
of Augusta, who had a eon, aged 23,
ni'easesouearth. The first dose brings! started and have made Venezuela I --- -- -- -------- -- -
an expert machinist, In the engine -
Astounding! cures result from L i welter In blood. I| room of the Boston, and her name is
Trial t tnti" j "The Ban Righ which sailed! from j
prrcisient u-e. Lot les free at i i Jennie I

.\ I/Ilopoly| Drug store. Price 5I1+Irt England, and the expedition) under the j I These coincidences of age and name FACTS ARE NOT '
command of General Carib-Vidal I FUTILEJkficdully
t and 31.IMt. Every bottle gaurauteed.4releif. 1 which sailed from Trinidad. landing i'I aroused her fears and she telegraphed
, to the captain of the Boston with the I

Bled Nose'Till Dead. Ia1t1more j arms would! two cost weeks England ago as at much lligu as'rote the, I the sad press result telegram of learning was2in that error the name and the in i ( 'when t/icf/ lead to the mciuof thdhirx in //o///-

Fe'i. 3.-Robert Alabama claims if we had equal .
Edgar 1dead
; is Edward S. Ilitt, of Augusta
Vance, an actor. 32 years old, is deadat 'I rights with the strong." pocket. Sec what .I have
the city hospital. Five weeks agoMr. I Instead of Lee Baker, of Savannah. to offer you and be fully" c<>nchn' .r d.

Vance's nose began to bleed and : ALLIES' CLAIMS.I
!be wat removed to the hospital. Every I .. I CAR STRIKE IN WATERBURY.

known remedy was tried by the Bowen Willing that Powers'! Shall Receive '! ',
phy.1 Companies on Guard Ready for an
iclans and surgeons to relieve the Preferential Payments

few without avail. Washington! Feb. 3.-Minister; Bowen Waterbury,Emergency.Conn., Feb. 3.-With I have at the old Alliance Store in;Ocala the most complete and up-to-date lint ofDray ,
is willing that the allied
Governor's First powersshall companies of the First and Second
New Pardon. receive preferential payments of
regiment, the Connecticut national
Columbia S. C., Feb. 3.-GovernorHey their claims against Venezuela for the Groocls and Grrooeries
I guard, quartered In various parts of .
ward granted his first pardon Saturday period of one month providing they
the city ready! for call
to Robert Boyd serving an 18months accept the remainder of his proposi'l' I on account of the trolley strike sltua- which I offer to the people of Ocala Marion and
counties the
sentence for grand larceny in t tion' and agree to the Immt>< surrounding at
lion the Connecticut
P Clarendon county. Boyd is to' !Ing of the blockade. He informed therE'presentath'es Railway and
said most reasonable
ever offered the
be In Lighting company officials reopened public. I realize that the day \i'
i a dying rendition. < of the allied powers
t. here to this effect several their lines for business this morning. here when must have value
has days agobut The first cur was sent from the barns you for your.dollars, and I am prepared to give you
not ye-t received an answer
You know what yoJ are taking. This important fact was developed: at 5-30: and the traffic was been tinder this value. Am recieving daily a line oflJStaple: and Fancy Groceries that will
on all the lines.
When you take G ron:'!' TIi.teJe ss!5 today by the announcement from another
quarter that the allies might be I, No disturbances wore reported. supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS (GOODS, NATIONS, BHOKS.;,
Chill Tonic "bec \u-e the formula isfiritital One of the companies of the national

plainly on every bottle show they Induced be to paid modify before! their the demand other claimant that- 'I|I guard was sent to Maugasuck this HATH, CLOTHING for men and:boys is complete and full. The prim shall U

lug that it is simply Iron and Quinine nations, to the extent of morning and will be quartered there, made to suit you. We are here to sell,=goods and they shall be M>ld. See
content-I I Ing themselves
In a. tasteless form. No Cure, Xo Pay with from this city. Up to 8 o'clock the
ment for six months or perhaps a yearThere .
is no !indication as yet that other companies reported here last ___ 11"I
they will j' night were still; quartered in the buildIngs -
consent to cutting this period 'T4
Fire at Piedmont, S. C. to a month but owing to the activity where they spent the night

Raleigh, N. C.. Feb. 3.-The numberof which France and the other I
students at the Agricultural and M&chanlcal claimant nations are showing GUESTS GEORGIA SOCIETY. } b.' ++ 11"J

college! here now reaches 501, In? the protection of their rpgarn.1 i -

which breaks the record. There are Venezuela It will not surprise the officials I Governor Terrell and Party In New /ri f'1- i .

now 127:! In the agricultural department here If the allies yield still fur j York City. 2'i
while two yours ago there were only ther. 'I New York, Feb. Governor Ter //7 : F \ :

. l r.k i The situation Is somewhat compI\.1\ | rell of Georgia accompanied by :Mrs.

1 sated by the action of. Castro I Terrell, Clark Howell, president of the .

Matriculation Reaches 501. In cabling to Washington that he Georgia senate, and -Mrs. Howell, mem. .irj /, ,

Greenville S. C., Feb. 3. The plant desires that all claimant nations be accorded ,1 bers of the governor's staff and their

! of the Wiginton Iron works, located I the same treatment. This message wires Representatives Livingston and

r at Piedmont was totally destroyed by from President Castro was received Grigs, and Senator Clay, will be the

> I lire Saturday night The loss la estlmatMl in Washington yesterday and MrBowen ( guests of the Georgia Society in this

t1,000; insurance 1000.). will at once acquaint the allies city tonight.

Th<; origin of the fire is unknown.For with its purport. I The party will be entertained by a q+ yam' t /

I I box party at the theater and later the t ? y =' rrp ten. Mr
Service cur+ +GFir
Sale. Want '! governor and his staff will attend the

A limited amount of Japanese' ; oane New York, Fob. 3.-A matter whichis I Knights of Columbus charity 1 ball in

r now engaging the earnest attention Madison Square Garden.
or seetl. It has many merits; makes
of the British board of trade, TheTribune's I
the Jiuet kind of syrup, ami i is very
. London correspondent, i is Historic Tree May Be Felled.
prolific. Write for ami
W. H. Crawford price Pannanir particu1iri. kee- the question of improving the consu'l j I New York Feb. 3.-" Oak" said Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It't
I Jar service and the system under j,J to be the largest tree in the state of > our own blend "f

Florida. 2Wt( which British commercial attaches I New York, standing on the Pelham different beans, and is in great andgrowing: demand. The very bent to Ue had

i and agents! are appointed to foreign road, Westchester, has been condemned -

Evergreen.Dispensary., Feb.Advocated. I countries. This is understood to be I as unsafe and will[! probably be cut for the money anywhere. ,remake a specialty of puri' fine Coffees and T.-a-.
3.Evergrl"enb the first move in an attempt to bringthe down It having become hollow and la
cow being\ agitated on the subject country's public system relating totrade I danger of falling. It is said that and anything sold by,. us.may be relied upon as to both quality and quantity. Lw

rf -dispensary. The question wl11C'oW' and commerce more in accordwith I many spies and deserters were hanged reliable
before prices, goods and prompt service attract trade and
present legislature.The the wishes and interests of bus.i.I I from Its branches In' revolutionary we hold it. Try u*.
voters of the town
are about
ness generally. Evidently the cry for,
; equally divided on. the subject but)
a minister of
commerce is be-
those ", to the !; Ex-Secretary Long's Condition.
oppo d i measure are ma kto bear fruit

g the most active canvass. coiomnian Canal Treat/. I former Boston: Secretary, Feb. 3.-of The the condition o! I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headquarter wh n .. ,\, '
Navy John
Washington, Feb. 3.-The 's"""- !

; To cure a cold in one day. committee on foreign relatjtJti'; <", I Iconsirlfed D. Long early, showed today continual'and was In Improvement every. i i come to Ocala. \r e are always glad to see you and shake your bud.1.h : '

the Colombian cans t n 1
t Take Laxative Bromo Quiuine Tab-' I way satisfactory to the pivsirian- I j
> I but C'ii: rot ;'opu,Itl'r; it. T'''. .'
:( 1 lets. All druggi refund the lUOUt'i! .: : The family: plnjiflan.; Dr J. Winthrop |
miftoi! \' I! f.: -f :.1":?'"! *n" ,'. -: S. R. Pyles Old
g if it fades to cure. 1 KV., grove'; ;'" ilto(1': .:,.r '!ff '. ; .itllr r. Si'f.m. ra, :_"..: Mr Lone La'!, pis-, i i <\ Alliance Store1.
vv! "?il? '; .1''p. ; ,
signature is on each Jox.-j 1:)c .. '- ,> : '. .'. r ,. I n.L'ht ar..l 3 w n':<,"<= .. .
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The li[11")1' the People, top the People atilt l hv the People. "

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V V'i1'L \11 .;hl, t tLA.)( FLIJH.llJFRID \'r' FEHRL'AliY I;, !i':1! :; DdLLAh \ )oAk

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Adjjurnu.ent of United: State! Cour:. County Commissioners. i THE VENEZUELAN AFFAIR. 1 1t.- --4-i" ... - -_ ,

THE OLD RELIABLE ": :'una y I ibe Lrrai.,i jurriuish'tl i The I"affillf {'OU!![\ t.01111111..11"1.. .
Current' Feeling af Optimism Net Justified NEDEPOSITORS.
Idliorau J thicourt jourtied at !!IIHU i met iu regular aa iu IUI day all .. .. t .
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by Pacts. : -: =- ---=-=
and i the fflcialt f. thrirtwr1 .
departed r *-- in m'rs pjvwot. J
New York, Feb. "i,-The current .
ft0'(4l ,1! bouita ou thr afreru M>B train. I A. public rod wee j.nt..t front ieeimg ot optimism respecting ue ; fl"lIit !* new drimsrur mn\ Urine only a few dollar '

We D. :M. Batr"&I -!' to tl h H'Mfi, tm Ihr v>ille ut time art-ouut, pity hr great
uudtrstaud that the grand jury B mro to Cotton Plant | Venezuelan affair is not justified by .. but u.. Ev.raM"flrd j u-n.nit-r iure to t-nntj Ia"-

niide a recommendation which D. A. W lker and J F. Pt-dru-k were !Iappoiut.d the facts dtclaifci the London corre- ; oihr I I'nw i is why **- are .N; pcr>mtriit in unking f IIr
spondent of The Tribune. It suits ,
,. s-u.all ",'''uu 1:0. ; : : : : : :
when made public; will be in the to murk out said road. I '
the puriCjnc of the German emperorto

PRTZIX uature ..C a eotuition.Mr. Mr. D. H. Irvine, of Orange L'.kappearta -, I have the official organs announce : lrxRoE &: ClIAXIBLlSS: =

t. I : Hump Chambers, or Or.njfe before the board and affee- I that the powers are waiting for satisfactory ; Ft_ .. tKF.R3.
evidence respecting the security
4 Lake, was made deputy marshal in that !!itue official action be taken by .of
i rlQ I offered by Venezuela and Mr. .11. OCALA FLORIDA 5'

I 1'11'bAKitiG iu place of D. E. Pearwk resigard the board a aiuat the proponed or Balfour and Lord Lansdowne are also .. ...4.. .. ...+...... .-.. :. ... ... ...... ......... .. -t-tr: + .....-.+....... .Iio-.. .... .. 'st ..._... ..

1\ II't will enter up'n his duties tomur alleged purpose of W. X, Camp to pleased to have the public believe that -
I IAb.slutY a settlement is simply a matter of ------
row. drain said like for the purpose of reclaiming
detail which will inevitably be worked .
i Mr. T. E. Bigg's was made epecia> lands now overflowed i i>ut Meanwhile they are making ----- ----- .---- --.- -- .-----c

master in a special es fceto take hSli- the board Fisted a nolution in opposition strenuous elorts to extricate 1 THE lHEBOSTON

paMR/ themselves from the results of their
muny and report to the court within thereto, directed to the trustees
own follies and blunders In time for

t ( Pure: the next sixty days.Judge of the Internal Improvement FULl the meeting of parliament! A single BOSTON

Locke ha !vtry tender spot Mr. Long reported the poor farm iu day may witness a transformation in i STORE STORE
*[ THERE IS 1 r SVBSTlTUTaMirtT" the situation but the signs were not
iu cU breast and showed grfatsympa good condition and working satisfac
hopeful yesterday I
thy for the nn'ortunates! before him tonly. Mr. Balfour and Lord Lansdowne Bay YonrFrom
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and suspended sentence in many eases Mr. Fort reported that he bad I'f'D- having mad themselves responsible
nod he ttartrtifora ti-u for the Moue for the collection of a job lot of German -
believes that Ibis ia the best new
claims many of which are tainted
H W Sl'N"SLV AND W1THOPT MERIT way to reform quad criouuaU Bluff ferry to coat $50, also that a new with suspicion and cannot be class.

BZACHKl THS TOP OF THE HILL; SoR fiat was needed at $harpf's ferry and *d with the British; claims, are anxiously -

\\'IL1.1T KH'K THE MAN WHO ISGOI>GBHWS Pleasant Picnics Yesterday. he wa authorized to have one budi. ) working in the dark and tryingto

: IT. Several parties took Ii.lvaut"g of patch up a settlement but they SHOES !
Orange Creek alo wants a ferry boat
have not yet succeeded. They cannot
---- the ideal Heather s..tur ..
lay to *-nj y
and the citizens ther will pay One saddle: upon Germany responsibility
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uu \ reel. i. rrlie. !a plen-ant trip to Ml :-er :Springs. One half the coati Ruuuin free ft-rrim for the affronts to the United

.,..-==- : party included Mrs. .r. T. rtisfruiik, {scouting the tax something. States isvolvM in these policies when

.. J. P. Hilbi Miss Lillian :Mackay Miss Erne

S... fMI won the me+'rsebiuniit pir time::: Mir-i Fue Ban-o, Mewsrs. W. T. Reception at the Montezuma. French Officials More Hopeful. The

I Wheelt-r L B. Barren W. M. Dale Pans, Feb. 2.----Official seatiaieai
(* >..r'. :Saturday ni?hr. i A very delightful reception wad ten-

-.I and C. L. Aud rson. tered to Mia. Frazer Monday night: at here today is mae hopeful of an ad- .

A ,I.std Duuii>ef of thaw* Hereford I justment of the Venezuelan question THE BOSTON STORE.
Another included Dr.
I party and the Montezuma hotel by theUuited owing to the receipt of advices to the
fijd four of
. .a calve were Saturday, I i Mr*. A. L. Izlar) Mina Eloyse and Daughters* <>f the C"urdrn.-y, effect that the representatives of the

ttwM .:"lutr to the tat' ctmvU't farm.MM. '. allies bave requested their respective
r4 Eule LIzlltr and their greats, Mrs Donald ;I<'Ivtr(1:;; Annie Opera Huust Bock: Ucala, Florida;
Sovernfficnts for further Instructions..
I Misses Mae and Tarot Sanders, of Matbewg Mrs. Eaton Mr. Edwin
There probably will be a simultaneous
C. E. Ab"' j I "parteubursr, S. C., aud Mr. Harry Pittman and others rendered music presentation of Prance's position
11" WatlooO, of IIuti! T, 'left .-atur- ,
through! the French -- --- -- ---- --- --- -
!I! Izlar. representatives :ia ,
and Mrs. Booie and Mr. Mitchell, OQ
day sfttrii'MMi for rUrto-v to visit London Berlin anti Rome. The au-

their IarentLMt. The
---- just aittil for picnics and needless: to served puiirh and lady finirera: and had the claims of the powers

Dell Mo.t !ly *m In from Belle the pnpie a met which did not partcipate in the hI.wk-
ray young spent enough to have satisfied a n-gtmeot of WHAT LO YOUt
ado as innister Bowes.aad .
suggested by
New :Saturday, baring his arm treat i, pleasant day. veterans. E 5 a1f Ii OF n
: are inclined to regard it favorably. :

filial Pleasant Whist Party. and the eveuiug was voted a most i ( : Ss C it are rome rare chancre ilfrrtnf
'h'asnIIgC n. t'eb.De a;flt shave A
Saturday afternoon Mis. Maurice i I ul.w'o Jll't'b..e In me nr a n< uifr -
iM'htlt H-tuabrouKb, of Ltsburg -1 delightful! oue. rejected Minister Bo-ea'a last q
Sirausa' pltusautlyeutertained l the 'fit at "iw-wlingly anneiiv' tliiur"
very proposition that all nations having
returned home Saturday
I Itilt. .
elates + I have very drsiral pirra Ii \ r i
Jewish J..Jit'S''hi"t club. She was The junior Epworth League Re Or a:1lnsteceUela ba given tie \1h-
.. "rt..r" few wrek't bit with i
books elicit
same treatment as the blockading pow ii t-ny no my notably ;
a.iBtrd in enter ainine her by ,. '
: guests:
her .ttt..r. Mr- Willitni Hockerin I ganized. ers. The answers of the allies have >s t i ;f t.! u-ual oppflrtunirien for the !mvfiiienr -

tic rily.Mh her sister, Mi-a Bertie GolUeib.Th After a disfwudnirtit of several! been received here and they reject in ft "" ; of large or small HQBW of m'ale> .

re were three tall-\ of progressive months the Junior League, under th' torn the proposalKAISEa >? I tjielots, et.., Nurpr1Mn ,tY

Maisonette Ficot, Mho has whiit. At the'eouetusioa of the charge uf1 iM Jeuuie Bull. b.-idabutittrrd Very fsy tt'rnif'.
been lied charoiiti; guest! of MU9Joll I niUHsd-lieifiu.-i: sodas and iced were Wet:'iu; "Dd..y afteriKM J_ thH 'rEIC\PEHI.1L
ted Virginia; Mtyo for the pestewe served.MM. at 2:30. The following otfiet"l't werr : German Empercr Alleged to Have -

work, retarued aturdy to her !. Israel received the first prize Made Indiscreet Remarks.
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New York. Feb ;1-The Nauotn JgT=- >TT -' -T -gzo---= <: """ =r.7):" p "" '' LT'M1 2
. lemur at Tartar", \. C. and Mrs. rrau.s of < 1uciun.U, who President, LangG'H>dyear;. Is' vie- Review again refers to its fa.nuu"

!" a iueic' at the 0 alit Hou-, was pr a deut, Rhed Lid-loa ; tll't vufpjrecideut story abut the German emperor'svisit NEW DRUG STORE
\ The family of Rev. J. D Cole I
. preidiuir a\nl'ti..llb b.o"y.Jemperanc. Sine fc-ryiuour; 3.1 vi.-t :o au American yacht saying: ai THED.
elder of ibis dis-tnet, have arrived cording to the London co.rea"oailv-n:
preaideu', Mary Gates; treasurer, H. BRt'WX.' M. D. .
af The Tribune: .
in Deal. and occupying the Lecture. ,
t Edith Richelder; secretary, Jeasi i. "The story may now be regarded a*

d .Ir1l" par" >I!age in die tlr trd Sunday ..U.l'rulI..u at th' B.LJ.ith Lou Martin. oo longer challenged in any competent ; ;

Dr.r I tie J". Ub *y Ling '.gUts.Ir. i church *' 3 o'uliioK. :Mr. David Titum. quarter. It is beyond all possible 1 I > now open and ready! to :-erve the public with Pure. Fresh M
Miss Mary Gates! was appointed : doubt that the kaiser: did perpetrate Drug;: ;it dir i'nrnrr of. S uth Mrtifiiulid. :trn-t and i Ft. King 4

B.irford' iKlmut pony, o'Chioign. III., a n-iini teuiix-ratice leader for Joel. 8. 7he'e will tz a aa appalling indiscretion by an>null We }have a pretty line .of H'' 'LED \ Y !'tut >tit:. in i

Trtl) Ijlh.1 t from home triday af- lee'tu'er Mud eva:.griiat; delivt-red A meeting every Sunday aft-rn'Km at talking angiophobia at large in the I stationery. T..II..rrf\ \ <,' ...s. Perfumery. Toys. Er4'. which '

i: lecture t<> a n ant ttudieu 3 o'clock. GEBTIK KACIIELDER, presence of strangers and discxissin; we unite Chopper toia:,peci bt-fort-niak.n; ; tht"lr part laI >.-:;.
t..r.'M"1 and hrwi!H b if
pleierel any the offensive
i his our kins; most
Mr. Trttuui' rtutj- watt "llo to Reporter.
on. WIll vive him any inforU1atl"o manner Judging from thcommunicW.ons.
save the U-tys He lpok s for over which have reacnedus ,

a* 'ft i thp. -'ay'*wb..rebo'l1A. au hour and di-used lh" temper A Sworn Statement dirtng the last two months, this:: I CAREFUL COMPOUNDING Cf FF.ECCFJFTICKS! IS C CUB SPECIALTY! 1 1is .

M iu C.'ItUI'1i' Shwa>.*, of Ports-noutb, aucesul'jeet! in every phase. This ia tooerti'y that on :U,_,""' the 2S day of October, thin, I purchased lour rea.iers. The reason we lar so I I'G"
Va_. dliulbt"r of Mr. John Sharpe, His lecture wu very much eujoytd. of The lUi-ket Company, O-tiU, much stress upon it is that it affords

trt'tI..ur..r of the abotnl Air Line -.---- ------ -. a conclusive reason why the German I
I Fla., a pair of their Tomahawk Brand
Morton Plant HI.M. emperor should not be allowed to railway arrivwl in Ocala Tupdayaad penitentiary made *tiw!. and that I copy the position which he coveu.a: I 111NH1/It1HINr119HIN/iti1tf11i111111H111111t1tt11I111nr11t,' ,, '''", ,,, ''' 111f1'' ;

u the Burst of Mrs.. H, T. Perdue. P. Plant tae wn of the late millionaire have warn them continuously! ever I I this! country, of being tie power !>e-

._ since, and the uprer anti soie.t! are I i = TOMPKINS'
-- railroader, H. B. Plant, of hind rhaWork throne" MijS. L. T.

Hl1t.-oo Hirers, a negro, cut Charley! sail in e good coudition ; and it i is Qabelief
the famous Plant e-ystem of Flurida, I
HU-y another about thirty- that they are good for three of Amercian Artist Praised.
nt-sre< hasensa! ;; eda suit of four rooms at lUonth more wear. This is fourteen Berlin. Feb. :2.Arthur Johnson, of FAL'1OUSMILLNERY! !
flv. "iM ,>f aye badly
y so
FridayI the Piedmont and will arrive this mouthy wear that I have !airi-a-ly received Cincinnati the !landscape painter .s --
Dlltbt that he .11"< 1 from the tfl"ec- of making a special exhibit here. The r.- 1
afternoon.' With Mr. Plant will from these shoes, who*** original
If hard :::
critics praise his a Source of Pleasure to Everybody. >ou are to
I work.
hlwlIun.1.. RhtlN bad ot yet been hid and valet mist was |1.48. l Paul Wer- ::; there Ker will please ou aud -ouvmce Uu that ==
come private physician I. P. nIcke ia the Kreuz Zeitung says: 'He : plea.-e, ao: ; style } >

'!)IIrth"I..I..1.I a. he IH in bad health and in constant E"ES5.Cunoor.: Fb., shows in simple clear strokes th? ::: you are not bird to plrae, only have not f.>uud before the style :: '

greatest: mastery of detail an.l every I a E f anti quality 30U dtstred. You will dud 'h.. tlnl'Pt style and as- ::
need of a phywrian's services. While Sworn to and satexmbed before m*
Mni. W. Alh-rty.. of flutnnvitl, stroke tt-traya the hand of a great I : rortment in the oit>. and most NJlDpl fe. Her novfltim and ==

HI, arrivwl in Ocala Saturday and i is condition is not necessarily dangerous January ti, 1903.V.. W. CLYATT, artist. H. N Matzoa.: the sculptor.of i EE Paris patterns will readily explain why this is the m..l f4"biun. ::::

H-ndm some dayi K itu Mrs. Nancy I a change: of location was! Seal(, ) Notary Public. Detroit. Is sending a model of astatue I == able place to buy your winter heartwear. :Mre Tnmpkum' etturb ::::
the 1 late President
**. W deemed ad>it'ableThe young mil IfcKInley have succeeded iu establishing a business whore fnuodatiou t. ==
.llae" and this: week will visit Mr. and Mr?. L C. Strauss, of Cincinnati for Phlladelplna's international compe ::
of is that will
::: founded a rocS. Her principle one
lionaire will remain in Atlanta for upon .
her tition. A number of German I -
win. Mr. Kurtz Wallace who sculptors -
I after a couple of days pleasantly :: yield a \benefit to everyone. Yon want to know you ate well =
several days on his north.-Atbnta are also preparing to send models
liter at Turupi It has been thirteen I spent at the Brown House, departed to Philadelphia.! f ::: dre-
Js rioee Mrs. .\lb.rty !left Ocala.Mr Journal. yesterday for Ocala! from :: your millinery from :Mrs. Tompkins and know you are in line

--- wrh the he-t. A perfect sati-fVuou and a lie'ittht to cuntempi :::
--- --- -- A Pleasant Drive. whence they expect to continue their 0"s It taJ ta oaf Cheap? i : it-. Y"U will t't'Jtlr iinUv\'s worth aud the! stIr I ==
C. Dormer
representing the I A cheap remedy for coughs anti ::: thn" in. -
south. AJ stated :t
Monday afternoon Mrs. Lee Miller trip was yesterday, ,, .. '. .. ,', ::
H. J. HflQI Co., of Pittabur Pa. I i C'r-,c-- ai Man ; .tr.-- T : Pt \\r-ie H lte I : : n : rIlfllllll11111111NIIjlilld :
this ia Mra. .Stnusa' first visit to Florida -I colds is all right, but you want slrni-- -
hu I been uaUog a thorough canvas of entertaind a few of her friends: very k j1111 uuuuuu'muuu, I11
and she is delighted with the thin; that will relieve and cure !hw.ue .
with drive to Silver I
pleasantly a
Orals iu the interest of progressive, I .
and results ofI
generally. "I think ; severe dangerous
arID Spring. The party went in thewagonette country you i .
and i also made a moot! elegant and all enjoyed themselves I have the lovliest climate in the ,I I throat and lung {fIublt11.ll t :shall I .-:7-::':'= -- :. I ..=01wr."g

Iii-pl.) lit un goad at Brown Broth-. I ..
she raid to the !i you do? Go to a warmer aDd tu re
world reporter yes I ,
etc' Tar immensely. The following were Mrs, I
Grocery store.Mr. I
reguiaclimate? Yes, it possible it'
"Just think of this ; .
terday. lovely day
Miller's guests: Mrs. d. T. utrtnk, I I -- The
not possible, for you, then in either ,
in mid-winter. It makes me feel as I, i \'oU ,rr: r, 1x11 i .\1 w.tu..t: ."1 11! t "W, ii
Ales adr McNeil, of NewYork Mis.ea Lillian Macfeay, Effie Sims:: case take the only remedy that nas i J ,.. ,,
tv. Ut't "r .! d 'r1ui I !! *- 1A,1titer
who owns a body of turpentine Maxie Bullock, Mattie Williams, though I would not object to being a I been introduced in all civilized countries -I at -t'" cal "t.w !,r't', w., le r.y: arr. Ocala I
Floridian all the time." Gainesville
aDd pu<+.phat land* in this comity, Annie Mae titandley, Sara and Violet ; with success in severe throat and I A Sood Metal Trunk SZ.OO
Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Strauss i lung troubles, "scheeS (Terman
aDd are Covered Trunk S3.00
who I Canvas
has been in O"lhJr s 11.. .\. guests at the Ocala House for a few I yrup." It not only heals! and stimu- A Good Canvas Strap Trunk S4.00 furniture
a ,t the Ocala HOUH
KU al left
I bites the titsues' to distroy the germ I Learner! ouumi bran! trimmed trunks at pro-

:NiMiay fur Mexico where he ialru I We regret exceedingly that through days: di- a.-e, but allays iu3ammation and! pri.t'C
'ravehns 0JffrAso
1 valiwan
I ""ly lat -r*".teil in gall and silver an oversight the names of Miss Alice The Florida Naval Stores Companyhave cause easy expectoration, gives a These are all! BI:< ; BARGAINS and w- Have

miDiQ Mr. McNeil lIIi very pll'Iiot-1: Reedy and Mr. 0. C. Pasteur wer bought the J. R. Moorehead! good night's rest and cures the pa other uarzauia at
I tient. Recommended by
ant and ad:+bl<; gentleman and we left out of the list of those who participated place adjoininff the state convict farm many years
all drug gii t3 in the world. You can SMITH'S
hepe bt will visit us again! next in the German on Friday and the ame will be occupied by Mr. I get this reliable remedy at AntiMonopoly : 1 L AT OCALA fLOllDA! ,
I n
winter. evening. W. A. Pelot, superintendent. Drug Store. I

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.! 6 I YWANJ I Remonetize Silver. Doings In the Phosphate Field. I 1Cuticura
f Hi.u. William E. Chandler, ex-sen- j. The following interesting items I

... ... ... A ator from :New Hampshire, demanJs concerning the doings in the phosphate

FSASZ! RABBIS, t itor. J the remoneti/.iti of silver and s"ggerfU field in this state are taken I OINTMENT I

P. V. Leavesgccd, Easiness Jterager! ; ENTHUSIASM =1: SERMONETTE. : : a ratio of 20 to 1. Although be ;:I from the last i issue of the Baltimore

.....a has been retired from congress Mr. Manufacturers' Record :

-- s V By Chandler f ii still an important political In Alachua and Levy counties
Purest of Emollients a a&l
S .+t ." .. THE EDITOR factor in his party, and his declaritiou miners are busy, aud many new deposits -

for the rehabilitation of silver are still unopened, and as old Greatest of Skin Cares,

.c U a firebrand thrown into the rf'pub.\\ ones are mined out the supply is -
.. ...!'\ I Some time ago a distinguished citiZen the enthusiasm of the Consul Nero !icau camp. In a card iu the \\'aih-I found at hand among new pUnts The Most Wonderful/ Cvrclvi

) of Ocala made an address btfoie whose won ierful march in the face of ington Pot Mr. Chandler says: : recently erected. The situation in

t \ \rrf):.... the Ocala High School and told of the the protests of his generals and the I'' "The simple and true way to en- pebble sections is developing considerable of All Time

\ able China to pay! her indemni'y to business, and prominent com
t; wonderful richness of the Eglihlanguage dire predictions of his countrymen,
the United States England Germany I ponies have all the order they want
as compared with other made Rome the acknowl dged mistress I For Torturing, Disfigurfog

y language: of the world. and France i is for those nationsto at present. Humours.

remonetize silver at a ne* ratio oft The British steam Hescbam, 1046
MOTTO: THE BANTER, BELIEVING Since that time we read a lecture says that: march >sunrivalled

TIISIAT: TilE TOP WELL ABLE TO from a distinguished minister ot na in military annals and its 20 1."Silver. tons, was enartered last week to load :
'" TKE CAKE OF THEMSELVES, HAS is the metallic of phosphate rock at Port Inglis, Fla., Ointment is beytooq.... f
tional in which he said .if is
TAKEN ITS STAND IX THE BAKRI- reputation glory eclipsed only by infamyof the most successful curative for ter1..
THE COMMON PEOPLE, words of the the more than half the human race, and for Helsingborg at 14 6, January 31. humours
tIES WITH all the English languagewere other :Nero. ing,disfiguring of the*kh( ..
AMD ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR baa; been slowly sinking toward its Tne annual meeting of the stock scalp, including Ion of hair .
to he obliterated but one and he Thesame thing may be said: of (he everet*
I I TUB: BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THFRo'M'OM. pounded in proof of which a ... :
value metal and not :as holders of the c'av&nnah-Florida: .
had the choosing of that one he would Duke of Marlborough at Blenheim, as a : anointing with it, preceded by.-.

-i i: --- let the word, "Love" remain when he rescued from absolute ruin money; as gold would fall if ,it were Phosphate Co. was bed! last week in bath with t'uticunt Soap, and follow
:: In the severer cases by a dose of (...
demonetized. Four thousand millions Savannah. The affairs of the
t DOES THE STATE WAIGRA- He then paid a beautiful tribute to the tottering fortunes England. company cure Resolvent Pills, i* often ......

TION the great wealth of sweetness that And what of the Apostle Paul:? of silver! is becoming-has practically were shown to be in a prosperous to afford immediate relief in the BO*

1 f this word symbolizes and the place it Christ had! been dead thirty years. I become-merchandise, instead condition. The company has distressing and scaly humours forms of, ptwiuu itt biug, r twreii** M*}

t To the Editor: of the Ocala canner occupies in the lower and higbwr His followers were being persecuted.His of money, which it hd been built an extensive:: and well equipped sleep,and points to a speedy cure v... ,
all other remedies fail. I
of creation. old and from the dawn of civilization down to plant at Hernaudo, Kb., aud has Infants
l In my last letter on the suljectof types: disciplesvre growing so in the treatment of

1S73. This demonetization is bring shipped over 5000 tons of high grade dren, cleansing, soothing and tafiw |
immigration 1 mentioned a circular How readily will the tigress or the up to that time no converts had been I
the most distressing of infantile I
i letter to the county commissioners of lioness in the most savage! and voracious made among the Gentiles, Cornelius;;, ing poverty and distress to half the rock since July 1,1902. The company mours, and preening, Urif! inc ait fe j

\ the state from Hon. B. E. McLin, manner surrender their lives for we believe, being the first and this people on the globe. Remouetize and has earned a bandsowe dividend on beautifying the skin" scalp and hair. ':|

I commissioner of agriculture, sent out their offspring" and how this same event occurred about the year A D. 40. I the misery will cease and China will its stock, besides paying the interest same Cuticura time, the Ointment charm of(posseue Uiiuryingtkl*, at fa ;

i l by him to each county last May. The trait manifests itself in a higher and But Paul became a bundle of enthusiasm easily pay."Moreover. on its bonds. The following officers simple wants of the toilet, In carfug kr
the skin hair
,scalp, and hands turn b
/ following is a copy which he kindly I more softening measure in the mother and from a persecutor of it is best for the United were re-elected for another year: fancy to age,

r bent Wens information as to what he for her babe.Strong the church he became its most en- States to te wise in time. When the Horace Rivers, president; C. G. Metu- agreeably and economicallymost
expensive of toilet emoUiNk
t teas doing in the matter of bringing a* this love i h the love of thU'iastic: defender. lIe planted the present bubble of fictitious capitalization mingpr, vice president and general Its Instant relief for akiuiorgllll

battler to Florida : country becomes so overpoweringthat seeds of the gospel in all surrounding exaggerated values, and inflated manager; l*. A. Mercer, secretary and bahies." "or >Sanarivf,anti ing, or
One-night tr aUnent of DM
f T.\LLAiiAi: : : FLA., May 10,1903. the mother willingly sacrifice nations and added to its membership currency bursts and a money panic treasurer.It hands," or iugie treatment of At

t To the HouoraMe l Hoard of County the life of her child for it and the converts from the then remotest ends: follows, there will be a wad rush for is stated that reports which have hair"or" (Tae after atblt't CI.'qcllll,
golf, tennis, riding, sparring, or
t Commissioners; for Marion County. child, just arriving the full tlush of of the earth and his enthusiasm will the only real money -that which is been current recently of the exhaustion sport, each in fonueetion with the tf Mt

Gentlemen : manhood, becomes a willing party to I make him a living force as long as made of ouetal-*nd that money ha3 of phosphate rock in Alachut of Cuticura Soap U audkkul eftdHM
I propose printing for distribution, I of this.
i in tile interest of immigration to our the sacrifice. the world endures. bten reduced one half in (quantity and Levy counties, Florida, have Millions now rely on Cattam SM,. .

; date, :a pamphlet, to be sent out fromt Strong, however, as love i is, wonderful Everybody is familiar with Ma- during the last third of a century. been greatly exaggerated. Prominent assisted serving,by purifying Cuticura and t liniment beautifying, for pn lit.

t the agricultural department of the as is the place it occupies in cau'ay's' wonderful tribute to the "To lessen the evils of these bad miners are of the opinion that its skin, for cleaning the scalp of pays
elite. To thin end I have decided to kale and dandruff and the
human atlairs, if our language were church of How@ times coming: silver should be remon- much rock U being mined in those Moppiaf
request the various county comuiisMouers of falling; hair,for softening,wkitoai
E of the state to prepare, or limited to but one word and we had \\ hen Martin Luther emerged.. etized by a renewed consensus of the counties now as there has been at anytime and soothing red, rough and e ire
bands for rashes
baby ,
itching tti
t have prepared, a concise Statement of the choosing of that one, we would from his obscure nionas'ery! the nations. during the past years. Some of chafe,, s, as well as for all purloin. ti

1 i the resources of their county. Each name the word, "Enthusiasm," because church of Rome Tas thought to be a.!* "President Riosevelt believes in the deposits, it is true, have been the toilet, bath and nursery.

'f can use their own method of presenting it has done so much and is ca. strong and impregnable" us the rocks doing things. He can do this. Senator mined out, but there are many new

.t an article bearing on their county. gable[ of doing so much in the progress Gihralta. Yet this obscure, monk, Wolcott can go to Europe and ones and a number of plants which A Car Load. ,
From such an article, I may be ableto
i t hive each county fairly represented upbuilding and elevation of awakened by an enthusiasm before do this. The democratic party: has have just commenced to work on They have strange nay of t.uac '

J I to the outside world. It may be, I the world in its struggles!; from lowerto which mountains: melt away, created abandoned 16 to 1. The republican new deposts. The Camp Phosphate things at Troy, Ala i

: cannot publish the matter as prepar- higher attitudes a sentiment that shook this wonderful party can easily restore bimetalism." <.'0., the Cummer Company: and oilier A copy of the M.wwf r of J.... MI 3is 1 :

r ed, hut from it I can obtain data of When France about to be before us and from it *e ropy tile
t wiped organization to its very Giuudation The Canal is Ours. companies operating on an
value to the section presenting same.
off the of Europe the had and which extensive scale have excellent following:
map people stones: almost: causedits Record deposit -
I waut information especially upon The St. Augustine says no
become heart broken and to "On yesterday the Standard" Cbwi-
discouraged annihilation.On yet
the open.
following subjects: to-wit: Hive more cheering news could be given
cal and Oil Company of 1'rl/l sb.pptdt
at near as poc\:,ible, population, white, a mere maid-a peasant girl-became the conttry, Ignatius Loyolaeven to the American public than that the 412 tons. This if snipped in car lent
population, colored, assessed value of tired with an enthusiasm which obscure and with Beats the Klondike.
more an enthusiasm building of the Panama canal under lots of 12 tons Mr. and fin. Jab

I I real taxation and, personal transportation property,facilities rate of, knew no bounds and recognized no equally as great if not greater the control of the United States is!: The Klondike! gold fields are not in diuitb: returned I last night fmnt BMTpriag

temperature winter and Bummer, limitations. She infused! her enthusiasm rescued Rome from destructionand nowassmed.! While the assurance i is it-were never in it, compared to : ', Fla w ber liny wail I*

rainfall, principal crops produced, if i into the hearts of her countrymen restored it to the place which of great moment to the entire countryit Palmetto's truck growing section. attend the funeral of their brothtt,
Mr. John each load fan
Smith ear
cotton, state what kind, number of ; with her own hands she planted drew forth Macauley's masterpiece. Flori.da Listen! to this: Since the beginningof s
will be of especial( interest to aggregate of thirty seven ..u, er,
bales, etc. Number of mills and the banner of France the En thusiasm.It the lettuce
upon ramparts season, less than a
the southernmost state in the you might fay two train loads, hi _
nituufacturint enterprises and kinds.
Mining, of what; character and number of victory and rescued that means success in any and every I Union. It is through Florida that a month ago, 35' car loads of lettuce Chipped as fertilizer. This docs Mt \' \

of bunny land of immortal achievementsFrom avocation.If have been shipped from this place. include the shipment uf cotton slid
phni-s operated. Stork raisiugand large portion of the traffic, including "

to what extent. Price of lauds, utter annihilation.Had our educators are to make a success I freight and passengers! will come during This means about lo'SOerstes, which, meal. 't
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kind of fruits and if for it not been for the enthusiasm of their
grown, ex- calling they must throw the work of construction and afterward bringing to the grower an average of An Open UtUr.

months port. Give of free school levied How and of Joan of Arc Napoleon and Wellington enthusiasm,; ;; into their work and if the : when the canal i is in full S2.50: crate, signifies about $26,250. I To the teschen..ct chool otprrvuoM ar

manyechotb would have no place in his ministers of Christ are to make the This does not include large shipments Florida 1
aud how many are high or.eration.Iiami on one ,
schools. How many colored schools, tory.When church a living force and a power for Tampa on the other and Pensacola of otber vegetables, and the season: hat: The Florida State A-oeUti..

aud number in attenduuce. Value of Rome was encompassed by good in their communities they must! the outlet to an immense inland territory hardly begun. We repeat the statement convene at Ocala, Fla., April & to

school property belonging to county.If the armies of Hannibal on the cue side carry enthusiasm into their pulpits.It will be the terminal points -that no other section in Florida May 1, 1903

any colleges! no state bUll give and Ha-idrubul on the other, it WHS U the one word! more potent and oilerssuch inducements to the I call upon you to interest your !..
which the commerce the
name. If a state denominational iu- through
saved only from utter destruction by powerful than all the others. the truck grower as Palmetto-Palmetto ers, supervisors, bu iu_ and proM.
Btitulion, give number of teacher, country will find its way to

male and female, salaries paid in isthmus. News. sioual men to attend UM aswreisth

public schools. Churches, number momentous fact that the paramount aud is by so much a protection to the and take part in the d.liber twt*
officers Poking Fun at Us Orange Growers
The Atlantic Coast Line
and denominations.
Principal towns
the urgent, yea, the distressing need coal trust:: Secure promiww from them b> furnWI I
and population of each, and county recently had an important meeting atSt. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat poke
of the state of a great increase in It" "And the fact that trust made goodsare papers and dbaruwiona foil praffWK
heat. If you have a few good photos Augustine. fun at us poor orange growers in the
uf jiuiuta of special! : interest or of white population, that given me hope being sold more cheaply abroad --- ----- --- following satirical manner: work ana Economic Da,. tend; '*.

fruit, orchards or groves, vegetable or that of an early day this questionwill than at home is proof conclusive i that ject, names and postottkw of p.rtt.tps .
They are not swept by perfume
trul'icallli"eut'f)', you may send same be answered differently by substantial Americans are being used uot only A Strong ftlan I laden zephyrs under moonlit skies its at your.arti M npponuutiv ...
properly marked. I be able to
may and practicable! and continuous for the enrichment of the trusts, but urge upon all a full attooduiw.
use wmie or all of them. Give auy and you cannot stroll under
endeavors of the state to supplythe for the benefit of the foreigner as Is strong all over. No man can be ioar"1100a..
special historical matter of interest iu I strong who is suffering from indigestion the broad arching branches strangled
condensed form, a bird,-eye \'ieof need. Jm O. REARDON. well. The 'stand: pat' idea means, in I or some other disease of the stomach and thick with golden sphere or festooned 8. F. aA1ITW1LL.

what you are, what you do, what you the language of old Pricker in 'Fred- its associated organs of digestion and with white blossoms Chm. Ex. (;081., Owls,, "'*.
Platform nutrition. For suggestiveof
have what to have and
you expect ,
erick the Great and His Court,' 'lie when the stomachis
what you hope to be, and what others The New York American prints an diseased there is bridal wreaths, your face finned: What Pluck and Enterprise Writ ...
who i is rich knows he will be
may be able to accomplish if they remove interesting article from the pen of a loss of the nutri x by the balmy south wind. No; that
f : rich tomorrow. And he who i is stareing tion contained in Mr. J. F. Fant, formerly of FBl-
to your fectioii.I it not the
Representative) James M. llriggs-, of way they raise oranges iu
will this knows he food which is silts!, left thus county eleven seal
hope you matterat today that will be starving
present "
Georgia! chairman: of the democratic the source of all 'f A great deal of the timethey
least during July. tomorrow,' a conditiou not tolerable physical strength. build ago with I1U) in his pocket. lit
congressional committee, which we enormous bonfires around
Ht"IIt'Cully.B. : in a free republic whose foundation When a man eventually locate at ADD II&on. 8. C.
K. !AU'LIX, take pleasure in reproducing : doesn't feel just the orange groves to keep the temperature
stone is 'equal 1 rights!: to all.' right, when he Today he run a Urge grocery .!.>
Commissioner:! Agriculture.. "The next democratic platform, doesn't sleep well, above the freezing point, and a
"The lisbment a large market (HIM ace* sat
taritl and the tariff sheltered
In Mr. Liu's letter to me he informed while taking no backward step, should has an uncomfortable I few days ago portable wooden fences
trusts, control the one by (reforming feeling in the is interests in wver l of the eotua
; me that he received no help speak with no uncertain sound on the stomach after eat j, were placed! around each tree in many
the other will milli for which tbat city U maMM(
from the county commissioner He trusts and tariffs. undoubtedly be the ing, is languid I{ groves, with sheet iron stoves inside
great issue in 1904." nervous and irritable f I I. and CAD easily draw his rlMM-k .af>
a says: "I am sorry to say that I have "In iny opinion we shall never be he is l losing the t to.keep the tender buds: from giving
I i iI where from t.:3iii' *) to aiuw.
i had! to appeal two or three times to able to control: the trusts effectually Diab hsm. nutrition needed f ito I up the gbl't.: If we were to start an
make strength. \Ve areex dlnglj rejoiced III hats t
many of the counties and up to date, except) through the reform of the J. H. Bowman, marshal! of Punta Such a man needsto orange grove in }o'loridwe should
of his good fortune sad that b* II
after urging iu all ways that I could tariff. Gorda was cruelly assassinated Thurs use Dr. Pierce's I' place a steam radiator under each
Golden Medical making a mark in the btttin M worM
f think of, many declined to do any. "Every other plan of regulatingthese day night while sitting around his:! Discovery. It cures I tree, and when Medicine Hat launched .'

thing." great combinations of capital own hearthstone with one of his diseases of the a norther hound for the gulf of .e.
stomach and other The Rihle Brother about tbret
From the commissioner of agriculture offered! by the republicans I is either a children on his knee. organs of digestionand :Mexico we should get up steam and ,,

I learn that the state i is doing bluffer a subterfuge. Their claws Close to Frank Adams nutrition. It preserve our hard won orange trees if years ao, bought the Comm .iH ry tMr.
enriches the blood stimulates the liver
John W. Pwareoo' min and be*
practically nothing. to !get!; imiulgra- must be cut in our custom houses. Frank Adams, says the Jacksonville nourishes the nerves, and so gives health we had! to buy a Ilagian and a sealskin
and strength to the whole body. cap for every one of them. We about ;SUO all told.
tiou to the s-tate. No appropriationsfor } The pell melt haste of the republican Metropolis has not yet decided }
( Mr Thomas A. Swarts, of Sub, Station C, have often p-culated on why orangescould They own large atabiabwentM!
that pur|>oe. And in 1S91! the majority in congress to suspend the to enter the congressional race, and i Columbus Ohio. Box lei writes' "I was taken .
very sick with severe headache, then cramps in not be sold for leas than 5 cents DUDDt'lloD aDd
legislature repealed the statute creating duty on coal which Secretary: Moody suggests that he i is probably waiting I the stomach and my food would not digest, then apiece, !buton Kerning the real vicissitudes hero seven ctrlnwle'
kidney and liver trouble and back weakso
my gut caries
at different .114I'bo.ol'bate
a bureau of immigration, anti discovered to have been a cowardly until the Florida legislature completesits I could scarcely !get around. The more I doctored of orange culture we are sur- turprntiur .
the worse I got until six passed. I
hi nee that time it has made no appropriatiou sneak in the early fall: after spending l labors: in the spring. The News, could only walk in the house by years the aid of a prised that they do not cost 10 cents planti iu diQvreut p<,rti"0

for immigration puri-o .'e.-. half of the winter with its cruel privations perhaps, knows about as much about my chair neighbors and I had said Burn'Take up to my die advice Then and one take of Oranges seem to be a greater care and of the county aud like Mr. F.ui, .'d

:From these facts it to to the in Dr.make Fierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Taxation than turkeys." draw a check at any bank in w Rude
appears me poor considering the Senator Adams:! as any one, and will a new man out of yourself' The first bot-
tle helped me and after I had taken eight butte .
that the question I ask at the head of best method of deposing of to prtts- state here that he is not a candidatefor I had in about gained six twenty-seven weeks I was weighed pounds and and found I ,i Turpentine has had eager buyers at they do bUiDM: for ju t M UfK *

this article must be answered in the fug and troublesome a question, is:: a anything except the presidency of ever am as stout" and healthy to-day I think, as I 4S and 49 cents and it is i believed that sum.

negative. clear confession that the tariff does the senate. Nothing more, nor noth Dr.was Pierre's Pleasant Pellets cure con I it will very soon reach and go beyond They are rapidly forging 11.j and

It U only the plain irrefutable and increase the cost to the consumer, ; ing less.-Jasper Sews I stipation. J the 50 mark. Oar turpentine men making a tame in lh- < .1. -irr, ,.I' 1

x j I are exultant. world. .
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'I..t. nt..lin ly to barn l of I At The Methodist Church. I Hustling Miami. Florida Skies Brightening \f\N \I

f't'rtuUt illness of )Ir.*. D. A. La-t Sunday: wa.t the fir-t! time that j Reports from growers throughoutthe The Tampaorrep..>iMi-ut of the

.e York 'QUI IDt'r'ial write Whsn' Boy of Us You Get Fuii! Value For Your Money,
)11..r.. __ the new Methodist, pa-tor. Rev. J. A. Bi"*ayne bay country are rej.ticiu; I Ne ( ;: 'I coy L S

)Jr'IOt'rnt Moody, of PaNtkn, Heudry, I has preached in Oe-tla. The over favorable weather couditiotu forErowti 'The demand for Florid: ortug

spelt Suit'Uy
*<1 at the moruing service and at ni ht I have fallen, not heavy, beating mica, I epicure before the California navel, ;

the crowd was simply immen--, the I but ju-t enough to push plants along I reached their !assent deirree of prfteiiou I
Mr. ln Chi Hbrre, of Orange -IV THE .
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auditorium being packed with a large rap'dly. still nintiunM uninterruptedly S
.Isvt.ItttighI I uncle, Mr.W. J. !
Iake. overflow in the l lecture room. The I Late crops are now being put out. and they find a ready market at SHOE HATAND
of thUcity.J ,
C hswbrry Bdiiis pastor and hU congregationwere Planting will be practically finished good prictrs. Cocfidenve is h-insr I ,

Jot+> Undue came in from on baud at this ,service to wel- I nest week. Never in the history of gradually restored in the peuiaauU &i S UMBRELLA LINES

' .f Dmwntld Moudity and upent the e+me the new pastor. I the vegetable business in that section a fruit produeitig state and no dour.t !

day with friend ia this city. Mr. Hcndry spoke in the morning I has: there been a better prospect for a i much of its ancient glory aud prestige I II I

on the munificence i of names, or what good crop.Farmers. i will be raiDed I and can show you the best goods in
Bulli Jc and her guest: ,
1IN1 Leue they btand for. He first spoke of the are taking the best care of '
hall of Dawsoo; Ga., went :: :;rl:3 il:: :' i the
R E The of tomatoes city.V.
Mr bible character, the man pof-ened their crops. shipments } {
Weir after- The readers of this paper will be :
down to Lake Monday the eggplants and peppers are
j: with devik, who dwelt among learn there lea.-t -- -- ---- --- --
pleased to that U at --- ------ -

J. 1)W9Cl. tomtit His name was "Legion" increasing very"rapidly. one dreaded disease that science has J I a

It Mi+* Elizabeth :Smith, of Tnomag- pssee t'd with devils. The preacher: Commission men are flocking there been able to cure in all its staze aud t : \ J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO. .

other namesshowing from all the northern cities. It is: that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure I I'I
t.i.., will arrive In Ocala this then brought up many I Ocala
I '
\if' is the only positive cure known to the
back of pri-hable that a greater portion of the 'I
of MisaHirrw. Sara that it U character
wrt-k to be gut medical fraternity. Catarrh being a i LwwAwAIT
f the name that makes it fatuous. Ae I. crops will be sold: in the field and not constitutional disease, requires a wu- :

of illustrations"; of this he spoke of the cent<< out on colai ;;nweDt.I stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh !
final full triumph -- - -
If be stakes a I I
telegraphy MAr Gni will names! of D. L. IToody and Quern The experience of many of the Cure is takeu t internally! acting :

bi wkelefu i tribute to farmers bsi season was not such as to directly upon the blood and mUt'fU : '
aud pcial
the her ofthe twentieth Victoria paid I DOr PAY'
p) into history M+ the of mother. He reachedthe I inspire them with confidence in the surfaces: of the system, thereby destroying :
century.Mr name the foundation of tbe disease -!
God's commission busiues There are I
when he came to
and giving the patient strengthby :
CODnl.lJy, head Biillin for I name, the hiizhw-l over all and vtnieh several borne dealer who stand; readyto I building up the constitution and I .
T.Ltt t -d-
<-h-.ip v- t-.r your year's work
Mr*. D. M. Hick, Las: gone to SavanU I shall be tamped in every heart. purchase the crops, paying cash on : assisting nature in doing its work. ,h'l"-Mou y"ur WH1lor r..iiilt.-:

sal, (mrtfh.."e &pring and summer In the evening Mr. Hendry preached delivery.A The proprietors have so' much faith I :UIMM.I .*Hfr.'Oi! ttiose who keep, n..thinp;
I considerable number of farmers in its curative powers., that they otter out the t t-t. .
for HitabliahmenL I do to
wibiDrl'Y from the text, "What shall I
havewutraeted their whole crop atwbat One Hundred Dollars for any case Chufas Goubers Cow Peas
handoie residence of Dr. A. be saved?" Salvation was the key- that! it fails i to cure. Send for list of ., ,
The : --- --
consider good roundprice.
a =
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note. He said we uetd God incarnate testimonials. Address,
L. Id r had recently been painted Velvet Beans
Last week paying Sorghum Seed
buyers were
in human lives; that the world as we I F. J. CHEN EY & CO., Toledo, 0. .
for sale
Paint : --- -
with Pulton'sunproof it the surface appear to regard: I 52 per crate for fancy stock and manyof Sold by Dru ists. 75c. -

by the Central LutuU* Company. see on the farmers cold rather than take Hall's Family Pills are the best. Call uii u* for anything! we have not got
" salvation as beini of IM importance, -- -- -- it we will look it up for you and do auy
i'audlry human the chances of hipping. favor for you we can-:and do it Cheerfully.
f' )ft'l"N. ft. A. Co,, old but that down deep in every -- -- Big Land Sale,

Mondy" ru.*e than :3W worth of heart there is a longing for eilvation. Mr. WeodJtog to Lecture.On : All the lands formerly belonging to

bor,**, mule and Larnfrf. Messrs. It was salvation that trough the Tuesday evening, February 10, the old J. T. & K. W. railway were The Ocala Seed Store

Ray and Clark were the Urge&t. purMr. great Trinity into consultation and :Mr. Ge. rse P. Wendling of Illinois sold at Green Cove Spring yesterday. 1ax.Pl'; ( ':tt'u.tlla_' l'.

......N. caused heaven to give its molt precious will lecture at Marion Open boweundt.'r They embraced about 'il)
gift Je,us Christ, to save a fallen the Lyceum.
B. t<. Weather returned Sunday were sold by Attorney H. H.Buekroan. .

morning from Pulatka, here h* ract. Tickets for this lecture will be on Some of the laudaniti Oeg OQ8 a Q OQ OOQOfl 3eQ'e O

Thr sermons both morning and sale the Poet Office Drug Store on

hisbtroat b He work JeeiJe for II. number to remain ofWuatbL evening were indeed grand and in- next at Saturday. this county. : \\ have received this weekA :

may ------
apirinx. J. '-1. Mr.: Wecdli&g U one of the foremost If UNWElL g
la Oaila permrurutly.J. mr load of White H:ckorj Turl'ruttui. hears! and Farm **
-- --- lecturers on the American platform Try a 50c bottle of Herbine, note 'e \\'a_"ns.D var

W. Whit, of the Fraternal Notice. today and th ve wh<. do not grasp this the improvement speedily effected in 0o
A <- lad\ of medium! pne1 Buirsnn: bu,:Ties that look well

etiur*), of Jacksonville, bas entered The regular!: annual: meeting:: of the opportunity to hear him will be your Appetite Enegy Strength, and and wear wil but do i ot cost -,) very much money.A .

suit *?iost the Jacksonville: Jletrop- stockholder! of the Dunnelkiu Phosphate vastly poorer ;ban tu<*e who do. vigor. Watch how it bri hr..u. the o -ipmut of ( '"lunhllS Bnifgy (',..', Bujrzi it'S. This iatbe Q
be held at the -nu'ne' r''limhuBu' : Y m know as mucb as we coukl
I .....10 the sum of SiV.t< Mr. LV'hitedt.reu't Company will in Rockwell Bear in mind the dale, February 10 the spirits, rives freedom from IuI:1: O trI! v-i\i\ ahout th'iii. y. .Q Vfa
nffie of the company -- -- -
like to b* C&rtuoDt> > anf9
Manoa county Florida, on Tuesday, From Orange Uke. \\VhtVfaUrzeraud better stock of our kind of rood than

February 17th, 1 iO3, at o'clock noon. This famous region encirculing! a Ava, .Mo, apt. huh o t""i\ in ti'i-i --tio-i, and our pri's rare an low us pofc-ible. 4',.l! t" +'ril "
G. C. Crom and ehildrea. after 'r ..r.\.r\ mail!
RALPH BARKER, beautiful lake, is beginning to cast 191): "I way )in bad health. I !hap Q : itt
|,. cant vi.U to the former' broth. Secretary. S. A. STANDLEY I & CO. OCALA. FLCRIOA.O .
iu glances abroad again, and with no stois&che trouble for 12 mouths <> } ,

*f, W. W. U.uDptonllt''Iutt'tI lion- uncertain meaning.! F. G. e&mppou dnmbehills. D.-. S.V.. Story l"- -.- OG $aiGCeQ< C& Oa..9
day fur Ocala, xiiich pUce they will Wine Fortune's Smiles.It
rit'ei Herk'Hie !it rureil me in to
-" cf the
, auke tfe 4r future home.-GiicesvilleMr. may berernenitred that this paper of Board man, one moat pains __ __ on ___ __ ___ __h __ __ __
of weeks. I cannot 'ommeml i it to
taking growers Florida writes us,

\', gun. one of or how two issues the Kibler ago gave Brother an account -,, gays the New York Paa-ker, that he highly, it will do all you claim for it". The Fl- rnla Fertilizer Manulactunr.j; Co.

Mr. Wf'iht"hf> had the mi- l shipped at:irtiD;; on a capital of SW, operatic; .u Gainesville, Fla.
lJ fortune to .tt'p on a pit t'e of glass l naval an increase of over 10 to one above the I
the stores
commis;+-tries among
some tb}'ii ago: we are plet-ed to say< year before.
had accuniu- Fine Shipment cf Grape Fruit.
a'id phosphate people, Grade FertilizersEspecially
i lot very luueU better au.->! though on He received fine prices, especially High
lited in tbr 'eor fur years a capital An i issue of the New Yurk Packerof
cr.&t-,""-,, i. able fc} U at hi* place of for the pineapple oranges, which it
Fant of date of Feb. 1 ; table and
J of over S J,)]0; bow J. F. is ou our

buwinwet. F, leaving home with 100, by i U thought could grow nowhereebe from its inteiestiug and well filled adapted to Florida soils anti products fyi i I I

, except in the mellow atmosphereof I Brands fur Fruits. Potatoes Melons Cotton Lettuce Thh ofliee enjoyed a very pleasant] judicious investments! and keen columns we extract the following j -
Orange Lake. I Pines Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens :
vUit Monday f-ora Mr. HartonKp judgment had acL-umulatwl: a fortune: item: :

of Rianlman, and we are ranging anywhere between 5J5OUO: Mr. Sampson: sprayed up to September A shipment of the finest Florida per 50-pound sack .

"' __1 I to learn from him thtt his and $iOt>-t iO. I 1, when circumstances called a grape fruit which has come to New niht: rn..h Price raid Tor Dry' HonW. ('-..
halt. At that time an observer would received lcHord.... .\1.: ....n1:&. I'i it11
on. grove i U again coming into The Savannah: : News in a recent I York in many a day was : by
with have thought the crop would be a Mason M. Clark last week. The ship .
bt&rilll{. issue tells of a young Georgian :
But October 30 about
:1ooo moving to Florida among the solid bright. on mentcunsisted of 40 boxes in :.lZ"S of tt. tt . aty.t- tftttyetit .f.,4N}
Mr. Frank Helvey Nebraska City 10 per cent of russets; mostly golden S
accumulated 36s and 46e.
They were
naval stores people has genuine
: ..b., to vl.itini? Mrs. Jake Bro ru' ru'-ets. crept in before the pickers got : THE CLUB. I-IOUSE. I
property for which he refused aa offer Florida brights, as clear ail wax __
Mrs( Helvey and Mr Brown weredhNilmaUs ., .. -
through. ------- -- -
off 33x:1.) : resembled footballs in size. They sold .
and tht-ir mettiasj here : Geo. R. Fairbanks of the
Florida i" a field that has! a* yet Major for a handsome price, the bayer beingone 5: OPPOSITECOL'IlTHOCSE.. .
i i. a wy happy one. She will remain! lake has about restored his orangegrove Ocala, Florida.
offersalluring of the elan
scarcely been worked over and uptown high grocersThe 4
ia the city several day' which produced 12,000 boxes -M .
inducements to those with shippers were Heard & RaynoMi, +.. Cuieine First Cla s. Rate:; Ren ohi.,\ ,1.-.
before the freez and added to it con
Mr. John A. Bi hopof Clearwater, pluck, hard work: and good judgment ; Arcadia, Fla. .'
siderably. He had a little fruit this | REFURNISHED THROUGHOUT. .
was in Ocala Monday and paid this

aic fraternal call. Mr. Bi-hop i idpfotuinently Visitors in the City. year, which was very fine. He Kept His Leg. % Special Rates ByVeek or Month. .
,iI Twelve years ago: J. W. Sullivan! of .!!I .
connected with rail. Quite a lame number of visitors Mrs. Rheinauer to Entertain. Hartford, Conn. scratched hUleg with 9. rDIRS.

n>ad leading out from '1'alLaha'ee were in Ocala Monday from various Mrs C. Rheinauer has issued invitations a rusty wire. Inflammation and blood : THOS. J. BARNES, PROP. ;

ami coming in thU direction ands i::eetions of the county. Among oth for an "at home" this afternoon poisoning set in. For two years hesif'ered :.+ . & ..... .. ..... ...i
Then the best doc-
''aka BOj fully of iu progress. era we noted Dixon Irving, of Orange in honor of her guest, Mbs: intensely: __ I
tors urged amputation, "but"he writes -- --
Elkan, of tima..13., Constellation
51 r. Charley Leitner of Griner Lake, J. A. McDavid: of Fellowship, ''I ued one bottle of Electric Bitters =>
whist will be the game played during ":' u"GZe illP.i::: G SeF"-: "' iF"I-r!; g y
Far wou the whotar.hip to the C. C. Fowls, of Elmwood, J. F. Parker the afternoon. and I 1-': boxes of Bucklen's Arnica 1ia

Nnfc Florida Institute Dartow in of Leroy Josiah: Seckinzer oflutel. Salve and" my leg was sound and wellas WE EAT MEAT
ever. eruptions eczema
examination last :\ Dr. Ba- kin, of Dunnellon, J.
UkOml"l'titive Get the Most tetter, salt rheum sores and all blood
number of G. and Robert Ba-kin, of Anthony, !ID To grow strong. Unless wt get
AtorJay. There were a disorders Electric Bitters.has no rival

eoO.m4afW. The Ocab Banner lo'es 0. \V. Collier, of Leroy, L. M. Graham Out of Your Food on earth. Try them. Anti-Mnnopoly !; good meat we may as "'tUIIiI its

a bright respondent and the Rir- of Grahamville, )(e*.-r3. Ray I You don't and can't if your stomachis Drug Store will guarantee satisfactionor Jr.':, ", ..b. ;;": it alone. There no strength

tow Institute g-ilns a bright t-cholar. and Clark of Martel, :Mr. and :Mrs. weak. A w'ak stomach does! nut di- refund money. Only 50 cents. 4 .51 .,_ .:......,,: '. .,:':-;../:".. in tough meat-instead of giving .

I! P. Wilson Green and baby, of F lb.- gest all that i is iirhrunly! taken into it. fJ. : ". ,,: ; 1 it takes ttreogtb to digest
At of the Ocala Gun It gets tired ea;tlv, and what: it fails to As a producing and shipping point J;! i h l xI -'.,.: ..-......... ..: .
a ousting ship J. :M. T. Carter of Carter'sPond f ;.: .'.. it. It pay to oe careful Ins
is wasted. .
digest I '
Waachola rank. first so its citizens \0.
i ,
cub Friday Mr. Thomas: elevens: W. H. Hopkins, of Orange Among the --Sg i ..3 of a w0.a ik hare I I! .> :; ....5.:: :, J r buying meat be sun to get 3
unetsinrs 5 aft->r tjtius, tit, of nervous proudly assert.! They also say that .. J'j i
t!'ed rid hu resignation: as secretary.As the beat-tender and ehoio.
Lake. headache, uud d...;:a: rvt.cle! bcich- from ---f .
a testimonial of the appreciation more vegetables are shipped i 1.5 SiJ' r .:: ,: Pays little more if need b*and

wf the M-nrtco of Jlr. Stevens the Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Well )left Monday 1I have take A. ", '. F:!?.=4riHa at there thU1.lloy other ..tation on that ")L i
stnnLtcatrouti, di.d a /v ; ; ;,: put something in your utomach
diifenmt t.i'us lor ? .; w I
with their three railroad division. IB enthusiastic "
beautiful silver for Ocala year I ::2J ,
club gave him a ran down n.-;!i.'u) i. o. etc =j a rra, ind aave I la I -d I) \ '1 < t whim will put flesh on your
old daughter to have her treated. been: gl't'atJyt.nentN by us ute. I would inhabitants go on farther to say that I II ., ..-r I- i;
mounted dk which was proaentedto not be without it in my famUy. I am troubled I I J .. ;;;;. bones and strong blood in your
him by XTr.: H. .\. Ford in a short While playing with her little brother especially in summer wi'Ji weak stomach no place on earth is more social, more ." I_
-iiid nm1?'"' :1.d: Hood's ?arsapariUa II heart.EDWARDS .
and wellcho *]> h.Ir.. Stevensirft sometime ago he ascidently: struck her inralaable.1 E. B.file-a::\w \\ .('hesler. Pa. neighborly and more liberal

Siturday afternoon for Gaints- with a hoe but the'woaad$ not at Hood's Sarsaparilla BROS.
Bob La Roche of Indianola, sold
vole to NM M) hb old position with that time considered very serious, and and Pills It Mull- and i City Market, Ot-alu, Ila.

the Flrt National Bank of that has: since become much wo e.- Strengthen and tone the stomach::.dL@ his entire orange crop to the east .J

Timts-Union. hole l digeti\e ei2teln. coast: hotel system at $3.30 box: f. o. b. .
VniatSlla cor. .. .
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: .l ; a- ADDITIONAL LOCAL. I The pineapple fi-lds) along- the W"lt The Kind of Seeds That Yield. 21aaA p :- \ ILi.J' J REGUUBS "

and east coasts aud in the southern As everybody knows there are good

:Mr. Patrick H. milan, the Banner's section of the state are in fine condition seeds and bad seeds, seeds that grow BATTLE MOTHER !
HAVE\ FIEfiCfc; \
efllient job printer, i is: on the sick list. and the coming crop promises to and seeds that don't grow seeds that

lit- the most magnificent ever pro- yield and seeds that don't jield, anda

Mrs. J. M. Bar.'o visiting her non, duced. little thought given now to the selection Battalion:: Almost Annihilated I 'KISS IT !

Mr Newvouib K rl'(., and his! wife at of the seed you'll need, will be by Yaqui Indians. 'I

Eflie Si-ns and Lillian i'
Cotton Plant. fouud at harvest time to have been tN

Mackey, of Valdosta, Ga., who have CAUGHT IN TRAP.
well spent if ;you select the world ,
Mrs joree NfNon' <>f ,
been the guestsofIrs.. S. T. Si truuk I i iI
famed Ferry's foel..d.-lh kind that;
ofIr E. I r
the of the family !
J 1s guest
for the past few \H'ek'lIl'ft Wednesday always yields. For nearly half a cen- After H=vin3; Defeated Ir.aians: In i j I No Darling,

K. S..I.4H1. much to the of the Marcial They Were Attacked P vs+
regret many Fight at San i at
tury Ferry's seeds have been Known '
I I will!!
Lake i is friends have made durin their Second Band! of Which I UK
t Miss Sara TYaijue, of Lady they ; and sown beret er: good crops are by .a I

the guest of the family: of her brother, short stay in our city. Miss Mackeygoes grown, until I farmer and gardener they Were Uruv.are. I

Mr. F. A. Teague. to Ocoee to visit relative and alike, hive leaned to depend: upon Tucsca, Ariz., Fao. 4.-Word has I 8 t

Mif3 I i Suns returns home. their wonderfully reliable growing mat reached here that the T*
Mr. \. M. Allrt-J returned TIMJ of the Mexican: reguiuri: wa.aliixost .= I
and yielding qualities, year after year :
thy afternoon from a professionalvisit LOST:: -Saturday: night, January 2f, aniuaililed;: in a battle pith ti..- I IYaqu
to the exclusion of all others. s. whom they were yursu.u-
to Gainesville. in Ocala darK bay filly, five years
-- Unfortunately the seed business aiter baring defeated them in a fib-rat ,
-- old, part of mane hangs on one bide San .lare al.
)rr. and )rr". Christian: Ax:, of the seems to afford a meaus for mauy unscrupulous in l
Tile caught a trap +
of neck and on the other white regulars were
t .
Meadow, are visitors to Ocala aud people, who aim to blind
spot on forehead, wire cut sear between set-d
are guests at the Ocala Hon+e. the unwary to quality, through littleness ; Cools, Soothes and Cures all Burns Cuts, Bruises, Sprains,
fetlock and hoof on one bind sew nothing. There were :>tIJ) s--
: of price aud boastful claims, who a"'orl.t1 piers in the battalion and
:Mr. and Mrs Alliu Rogers, who leg, clean place on back near should er. in reality have nothing to substantiate : and Inflammation. Every Mother should keep a bottle of.I ."./

have been !spending some weeks at A reward of ?10 will be paid for re their claims, iio reputation at titwho !: : PARACAMPH in the house at all times. It prevent P.un..t

, t t home again for a few covery. Address R. J. Cain, shady, goat\ many of that number w.-e: k-:: Trouble and Worry.
Inverness are stake, no past record as proof. It is
Fla. .-61t {(L The reports, however, arc b*>- I Every bottle is guarantied to satisfy or moray refunded
J daJ better to pay a little more for the lieved to be exajg rated. A.-rord'.ni! ;
Messrs. \\'. N. Camp, C. Camp aLI seed aud be assured of a great deal to the last previous re: ;; -
t Mrs. J. T. Hilburn and little eon, AT ALLGOOD DHUGOISTS.
ulars in critical condinr-n ai i
were a
J. Camp, of Albion, are visitors to more at the harvest by sowing Ferry's
O=ear, have arrived iu Oeala and have had lOOt a large number, although t-w-
the city and are guests at the OCdl.\ sesds.: The feted which is sent casualties not known. For sale I) \"ti.UmIitJ' Ilru'ivrrHUDBLIRD
I moved into their home on Orange are
Hou< and South Fifth Mr.
avenue street.
for some time at Potam R.o;
and instructive.

t Mr. J. )[. Hh tch, of Hlitehton, was Hilburn will be traveling: the greater Write for interesting it today. Address D. M. Yaqui. It was: made up of soldiers & MACDUffHARD'VVARE

Ocala portion of the year bud will have his trained to fight the Indians in the
visitor to Tuesdayand
t a pleasant Feny&Co., Detroit, Mich. bushes and was officered by some of

made this ortiee a pleasant fraternal headquarters in this city. Their the best men in the service in Sonora

many friends are delighted to .wel-
call Standing by the Teachers.At .
t come them back to Oeala.! BROKER WAS MURDERED. DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,. \HC[ L' LT L' HE.1 J L g
: : He\. and )In Henry W. Little will the last meeting of the board of

beathometo their friends and pir- public instruction for Hillaborough Dead Body Found In Lodging: Houseat
Mr. R A. Green returned Wednesday BARBED \V IRE., CUT AND MEXTS, DEERE PLoWS
J ishioiiera this evening from 7:30 to county the question of whipping a Los Anjeles, Cal.
from an extended trip through the
o'clock.. pupil by one of the teachers came Los Angeles, CaL, Feb. ".-The dea Ie state and gives a very glowing ac WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JR. GROVE CUu
before the board for adjustment. Tne ; o' J. M Sswurd, a real estate;

blacksmith and count of its improved condition. lit- broker and money lender who disappeared
gain teacher was fully exonerated and the OILS VARNISHES ATTIV.TORb ALL .ISu
at Plant aud mysteriously last Friday, has ,
wheelwright. Must be a good horseahoer. was City Monday says
following resolution was adopted by i been found in a lodging house here.
AildrtMS+ A. G. Gate, O,'all1. that 125 bushels,; of strawberries Wl1rl'hitpt'tl
The head and fae bore wounds evidently LANTIC WHITE LEAD OF GARDEN 1> LS.
126tfMr. the board, viz: .
Fly, from that! point that diy and inflicted with some sharp in .J
"Resolved, That this board will
i that 5M<>0 bushel left the state said strument. The former occupants of
E F. Darrance, of nWlin on ALL KINDS OF COOKI5O8'iOVESHEATERS:
; i sustain teachers in all reasonable
: the room who I left the place Friday
Green, who has been visiting in Oeala day and that from this time on the i
punishment necessary to maintainproper were named :Martin, and in a memorandum

for several das, returned home shipment berries will go forward book found in Seward's pocket GLASS AND PUTTY, GRANITE
discipline, and that our attor-
Wl'dneday. in earnest. Mr. Green says that the there is an entry showing that he
ney be instructed, to defend our teachers had loaned {200 on diamonds to Mar
orange groves are rapidly maturingand ; IRON PIPES AND FITAND TINWARE. (TT

t Col. D. C. W. Smith of PhihdeU1liia in the exercise of this right" tin.Martin s sTINGS
that the outlook for watermelons has been missing since Friday -

capitalist and Urge Florida investor and cantaloupes U without precedent, Hastings still holds the cup as an A woman said to be Sadie Larsen EVERYTHING LERY, IRON AND STEEL

i is in the city and is a has been his companion.
and that in a little while Florida will Irish potato section and those engaged 1
t i be arrayed in the most gorgeous m the Business are making so muchof $1,360CCO FOR GEORGIA.

i The many friends of :Mrs. Hotrt colors of any of the southern states.; a stir they are assuming the title Appropriation For State by Sundry ING MATERIALS. ETC., ETC BLUE FLAME OIL STnVE
t Bullock will be glad. to know that she of king Civil Mea..ure.Washington .
The Syracuse Telegram has the following -
hss! fcuflii'iently recovered from hl'rrCl..ut Feb. tOne million
to gay of "Old ii i tjtebbins," Frank Harris' Sunday sermons are dollars LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICESNubbrd
illness to lie out airain. three hundred and sixty thousand
which appears at the opera Lowe masterpieces. There is no necessity of I is the amount which will go to
Ocala Fla.
Mrs. XV. H. Fraz-r will go to Dunnelluu Monday, Feb. 9. "Mr. IWMgh'e the people of the "Brick City" goingto Georgia under the provisions ol tLc: MaCCSllff ,

Drooksville, Pahlka, Lake characterizition of the Yaukee is church as long as the Ocala Editor sundry cirri appropriation bill reported _._--_._"' "' ,
f from the house:: committee on ap-
City and other p-tint" before returning quaint, unique?, comical aud artistic, orates! so fervently ant eloquently These appropriation:

to tier home at Auburn, Ala. and the performance entitled the actor Tampa Tribaue. are accordance with prauiouaypassel : !ttr'i1""r"1' " " tt11y" ""i"t"'t"t1"t1"t"t1'1'ttt't'" " !

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legislation.: The several Georgia -
to a permanent place on the American r .1
)Tr. C. :+f. Cam, proprietor of the The people of Wauchula are seized items are as follows:

? ,: sice.! The piece has been enlivened Fvutrdl l bon. at Atlanta, $123,&:>"i i.
I"wt'l! oiiiato Cannery, t U now euiu with the and pI
advertising spirit
the E WEEKLY I !
J\t'.1! ItU.ill."ith: )1 r. II. A. 1-y ties. Hazel introduction Darleigh of in clever a triple frperial-role never let an opportunity pass that 000.Continuing Macon post.offic.11)

Fau'fttou ExjHiMtioa street, "h re they do not say something in praise Continuing Athens postoffice. $:!5.- .

he will lie -axed his friend was rocs, acceptable and attractive. 000.' '
l.I. are :
of the place. Watch Wnuchula and
-- Ilerlersouationof, a newsboy was: aerydever Cold Spring fish hatchery $:>..IS'').

)Ir. and Mr:. F. H. Hilbert, of Kat: \ performance. Din Dar you will see it grow. Chickamauga military park, $-K'i"' >". \ BANNER'S' I !

Improvement of Cumberland svunJ.
Troy, WjM who are spending a few leigh will tie likely to score a proiiouuced Editor George \V. Wilson;; of the another
I J4U0.UU1J with estimate of
I days iu Oiah] trade this "fl ,'e a succrss: : with his: play this Times-Union announces by circular Mw.tK'O for next year. -

pleavint' all Tuesday night They are season, anti his success: will De eminently letter that Florida's great: daily will Improvement of Savannah harbor

$i2tJ tJIN, with estimate for another I I
very much delighted with the things well deserved." have in operation within the next CLUBBING:
half million for next year.
and the
: they are seeing people theyare
ten day the finest illustrating and The detailed: appropriation for the ..
W ..tiUI!. Woman H often referred to by man engraving plant south of New York, federal prison is as follows: Forfubsisteace. -

as "doubling his joys and halving iiis i .. UzoOOj; for clothing aaitransportation.

\W agree to UIQ statement that a sorrows." That may be complimentary and the management propose to : $18.000; for miscellaneous \ LIS'i -4

materially: improve |that department expenses $25.000; for hospital
llagn: an should lie stationed at the but it would to be rather
seem lSliO for salaries .
of the paper. The Times.Union is supplies $ ; $14.4W a- 1 J
tt'altmmlir: Line crowing at ..Magnolia hard on the womtn. For in plain The committee expected to receive,: --- -..4a .
ever on the alert to furnish its readers -
street and an electric light be terms it means that where things are from the supervising architect an estimate .-- .-4..
a first class service and The Fun of another $1 for the
placed nearby but we do not see the well with the his wife
man ; is gl-id to note that the efforts seem to stone wall about the prison but it did We have made special arrangement w herein v

necessity of ofta"lihill a whole makes them go better. But when not come in. Had it arrived, thei
be substantially appreciated. The can offer the following rates to all paid in advance 2
S electric light plant down there. things are going ill with him, he expects I i sum would have been appropriated in -- (
.. Times-Union is a credit to its management -

-- this bill. It may come in tim- to be subscribers -
the wife to share half his bur : -::
Foot: SALE 'HEAtGod( hone and the city of(Jacksonville and included in the general deficiency bill -

lot near water tauk; ul..o pair of den. And there's more truth than:: which will be made up later THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville Se 111! j Z
the of Florida.-isinesviile
ute Sun.:
muW, one wt-ighiuE; SOO and the other poetry iu this presentation of mascu Weekly Times-Union, Si 50 a year.

1,100 rounds,;; antI g-vultwo horse line belti hut's. Men don't appreciate PRISONER SHOOTS OFFICER.Hull THE OCALA BANNER and The Commoner. Hr. 3an's
the fact that the strain of motherhood Thousands Have Kidney Trouble "
and harness.
wagon Address: J. J.
Tiptou,164 8. }.Fourth ;M., E. Ocala, is a burden bigger than all and Don't Know it. Kerr Marshall of Spring Place E paper] 81.75 a year. 3

s Fla. 1 3 dwtC the lo\J:3tbat rest upon male should How To Find Out. Shot by Darby Splv@y. THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Stmi-Wvck; : |
Dalton Oa., Fob. 4.-At Spring t
ers. They see the wife grow thin, Fill a bottle glass with E Journal '
or common your $1.75 a 3
Place in Murray county late Saturday year.
Col. James Murj.liree, of Troy, Ala., pale, n-rvous and worn without a water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a .
evening. Hull Kerr. the city marshal ==
sedIment Thrice-Week N2
who hai been the guest: of his daughter thought that she is overburdened. Z'" tu5 or Kitlir.g -
and merchant of that
r-- indicates a prominent ==
Among the pleasant letters receivedby an York World. Si.$5 ;
i Mrs R. A. Hurford, for the past fL4.t unhealthy condition place, was shot by Darby Spivey. a year.
Dr. Piereeare those from husbands S) cf the kidneys = The circumstances of the
three weeks, left Tiws-diy afternoon shootingare THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta \rtJeklC'ld. |
who have waked up before it was too 1,\ ; if it stains as follows:
;, for Miami and oilier points on the late to the crushing burdens laii upon .:J your line it is Spivey and b>u two brothers. Joe -- stitution, Si.75 a year.

;' Ktst Coast where he will s-jieud a the wife, and in the search for help I 1 : I.f F1jt1, J 'i evidence ne* trouble of: kid-too and Will were drinking and entered THE OCALA BANNER and Lippiol.'utt's1.1"; I

.; abort while before returning home. have found in Dr. PIerce'; Favorite I J i ", frequent desire to the store of Kerr where they began :::- zine. :$;2.75 a year. 3

Prescription a restorative which his i igin.n _t- S'_ pass it or pain in cursing and acting in a boisterous -- ..4..
: ---- the back is also manner. Mayor L. F. Pwples was ...
The scratch of back to the mother the health
a the
pin may cause
convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder Cash :Must all On
I present and ordered them arrested: Accompany |
; loss of a limb or even death when of the maiden and the miideu's: hap ire out cf < i-
order.What and taken to Jail. ...
f blood iMhsouius; results from the injury piness. "Favorite Prescription" always to Do. started -- ...
Kerr to Jail with Joe andDarby -
i; Ail d.iuger of this may be avoided, helps, and almost always: cures. Tnere is comfort in the knowledge so the : Address THE OCALA BANNER M Flondi
t often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- and ou way Darby Jerkedloose : ;
j houeverby promptly applying ChamUrUin's It has perfectly cured ainety-eighl: and drew and fired I .
i Rjot. the great kidney remedy fulfills ever- a pistol at ::: =-=----- -- --- ...

I Pain Halm. It 1:3u anti. out of every huudml women who wish :n curing rheumatism, pain in the Kerr. The baIl entered jut above CUT OUT THIS COUPON. FILL IN AND MAIL TO THE BAN ",; 3

H-ptie and quick: healing liniment for have used it when afflicted with diseases back kidneys, liver. bladder and every part his left nipple penetrating his lunsrs ..
= rt yYt1at94'ktt6trttti lf4Tt..4 v.b -*
cf the :
,. out, bruises: and tur"I. F..r =ale by peculiar to women.A urinary passage. It corrects inability They both then made their escapeTheir 2
to hold and .:. Pl-BUSHER OCALA BAXXHK
water scalding in ::
: all druggists !and medicine dealers. it, or bad effects pain pass ig brother Will was then arrested -- ...

Rival by Request.The wine or beer,and overcomes following that use unpleasaai of liquor and placed in Jail supposed to have aEnclosed- ". find .. Dollar* *n>l v ,-.5 5r

o At the meeting of the board of above named I of been implicated} in the Grim The ..
: 1,1lhieh will necessity being compelled t( go often ::: forkhich.end me The UrecLt> Banner and the -
during the day and to get_ times other brothers are still at large.;; .'
County comiuis-siouers Tuesday, lion be given the best local talent of up many .. ... .. ... .. -
by during the night. The mild and the extraordinary Mr. Kerr is a highly respected citi == one year utixr' biu i .. *

Henry \V. Ling, chainntu. of the the city for the benefit of the O--ala effect of Swamp-Root .s soon zen of Murray county and a prominent :-::: 'S" in the Banner :-{
realized. -
board, whose: seventy ecoud birthday Public Library, will take place at the cures!it stands of the the mast highest for its wondered -. merchant of Spring Place. He was I -- : --
ciiressng cases.If
recently appointed and was only i Name 2P
i it was. was presented with a very opera house, Monday: night Feb. 23. f you need a medicine you should have the 4 w r
: best. Sold by druggists in 5Cc. andjl. sizes. Ing temporarily as city marshal rv'l -- .. ..

handsome silver cup and saucer by The rehearsals for the play have You may have a sample: bottle cf this The condition of Kerr is grave .-4--....-. ... O .--...

\ the other members of the board wonderful A serious doubts are entertained for his .
: as: a begun in earnest and it is expectedthat disco( /ery ? State i

token of the high respect and esteem this production will be of the and a book that tellsi.t--: :::; ...;......::: .. recovery -4-- ,. ....
one more about it, b\thsent g ..1ht.. ,? Bans'! Looted of $10,000. Date .r*
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in which he is held. The gift was bi geat hits: of the season. absolutely free by mail, IL Feb. !.-The bank at -4
t address Dr. Kilmer & Peoria :-::: .-. .. . .. .. -1t. . . .. . .-
picbeuted to Mr. Long by Mr. E. L. Let everybody get ready to give Home of S"'p-Roo at'_: ridge. 111., was entered by robt I ::
Co., Binghamton. N. Y. When writing men- :::

.. "\YartrnannofCitra. The Rival 1 by Request a bi; hou:-e. ticn. reading this generous offer in this papa _. .. !l-Lst night ana Jlu.OOO stolen. :f1.Jl 1!,. l1 illlllliulillu" ,., ""i"j'"Jljlj"'i"1'"l.'t."i,." ',," '" ., i' '



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and Boy KHted In Dispute About W. E. VVoct&n, of Albany, Is ChosenColonel. lnltf'd: Statea Amte******* W Jii.Ja'

AT ; Cotamtta, S. c.. Feb. 5 -N>wr3 of Albany, G
a double hooW rariuetty atuan' rMpactlai ate

Business Blocks Have Flor<*ico Trucked here early yesterday Tragedy Occurs In Knoxville try named last night In the ejections Southern Cities Are Visitedby ur.lem of the United ButeKKJnc *R..
Han/ this follows -
morning. Samuel Rogers was throughout sootwa. are as
t-i. K u eiplala4 that ..

Been Bestroyed. mortally wuncxlod and Janu
hla son, waa teetenUy killed By WIl- --- Ottoae, W. E. Wooten. Albany;
ttw vatfonn quccUon 07** ......

STARTED IN GENERAL STORE. I U&m King. Ttw testimony of Mrs.Alonso RESULT OF FAMILY QUARREL. !lieutenant colonel, T. :;. Hopkfcs. of TENNESSEE RIVER ON BOOM. \ KC'1'4111UC II .. ,.r..J.....

Hewitt at the coroner's Inquest Thtmarillin.
son These demands '.. .u:.* iiwsisteu
wae as follows: Becoming Angered With His Wife Majors, R. I*. Wylry, of Thomas-
. City Has Called on NeighboringTowns vten the i"Mt Wall niA,:. anemtauey.
"I was at coma when Mr. Rogers ville; T. S. Hawes, of Bainbridge; Peter At Chattanooga Wind Reached Almost ,
I: Assistance In William Thomas a Weaver Deliberately and (. aari..-manKe T,>*.r
For Coping came up In front of the honse. About Prt\{>r, of Columbus. Returns at Cyclonic Velocity, Uprooting Trees, .
Shoots Her and Then yielded OQ th; matter ao.i at4 .14 Ath
With the Conflasration! -Tovtn Is thlg thne }fr. King came u? and asked regimental headquarters today are not ,
rule of t&r der- ,
Tearing Down Signs and DemoralizIng ut .t that
M r. Rog In United 8ute
Second Largest City Territory. i a eseeutvn
Rogers toH him that he would like the officers nasx i wre ejected. Telegraphic Service. I .
5.-A form to the cuatoma of tlie -a- try _
Tenn. Feb.
Guthrle. O. T.. Feb. Oklahoma to have a little something for the care KnoxvlKe. In this city the following officers of '
occurred this morning in a boarding Chattanooga, Teen., Feb. 5.-The to whkcb b. ta a.xr ..ltAd1', r a
s burning. of the dog as he had kept ft for sometime the to companies of Albany Guards
City ,
cor uiuOon wtth'U.I't t r
house in the western part of the storm which has prevailed throughout
: The fire started In the Lion general not knowing whose it was. :Mr. were elected: Company E J. T. the '.
ajabuador : f 1 I h.' > : : .rm
King Mann captain Edward Harrison. this section for tOO past two orthree
store and already the best business replied: city.William : '
which attklbM! r"ments
, blocks have been destroyed. Fire 'Yes. I will pay you for keeping my ,. Thomas who has Knoxville been employed first lieutenant: Edgar Tompkins seeend days reached a climax List night TlKv* 'I'i -' *oou v.-tu'l r v. .v kth
in the
apparatus has been sent from Guth- dog and ? will pay It in lead and I as a weaver lieutenant. Company G, J. B. when the rain fell In torrents the clc.Jt1l .
\. with his with 1111.: Th \ h."
f will give it to you noHe then : woolen mills, became angered Manry. captain: T. W. Ventulette. first wind reaching almost a cyclonic v *
'! rie. ned
being < iwTmctajfi' r. 'fin< f' t
Oklahoma City Is the second city lasize drew a pistol and fired at Mr. Rogers. I wife on account of another couple lieutenant; Ben. T. Collier, second locity and flooding the streets from 8tAtm ,
r"1{ r' > ta : <.It
I : in the territory and has a population -' "Just as he fired young Rogers said assigned to sleep their in the same lieutenant. shortly after midnight until about 5 '" and li"r..; I. ',\lmt:,., -'i. ...
room v\itli them at boarding
o'clock this
of over 10000. to King: morning. I te ezperlenc,11r pr' .... _!lit....

.; The loss is placed at 250,000; Insurance '. 44 'If you shoot papa you will have to house.It and he SALVATION ARMY COLONY.One Signs were blown down. trees uprooted : when th40tr ,." r.I1..!" Yo Ip II 11'1.II"tn. Ito
shoot Is said they quarreled in some parts of the city and
about one-third of loss. The I
himself and MctiOf) tl :: *: '..s Wr.t..r
"Rln arose from bed dressed Will Be Established In telegraph and telephone wires badly
entire $Uxk and building of the Lion quickly turned and pointing Likely :
his deliberately! shot his wife just Oi'erthe Louisiana Rice Belt demoralized. The rainfall for few reAmhoaea
tore was consumed entailing a loss pistol at young Rogers fired. 1nr1.< I '. -.. .-t haa A. > .*

of mOle than $175.000. i I Young Rogers fell on his knees nd heart. He went out Into the street i New Orleans, Feb. 5.-The visit of hours during the deluge wcs 48 of I Xl the OMTtT 4- -. I ant -' j..!..

then to the ground. King then turned and shot himself through the heart General Booth of the Salvation Army ta inch.
Another fire in a frame building on .
a duitlfa-atf i>rlr I r > -r', "Wlf .rm
@ Broadway at the same time caused toward old man Rogers and shot and died iIstantiy.lrs.: Thomas i to New Orleans and the south will The wind reached a velocity of M II I -- -
taddiUon3J loss.: I him three more times. I sawIr.: may survive. She is about IS yearsof most likely result in the establishment miles an hour continuing so for two I PROSECUTION 4ftOONID.I .

II I Rogers fall to the ground. age and Thomas was about 23. of one of the colonies of the hours. The Tennessee river u A I _

"Mrs. in the rice belt of Louisiana result of the heavy rains during the
Big Fire at Richmond. I. Rogers then ran up and saidto GUATEMALAN STEAMER LINE.It army MvfhNet Evidence tKwang e......

Richmond Va., Feb. 5.-The whole- Mr. King: gear Lake Charles. past few days is rising rapidly, all j I

idle grocery and liquor store of L. C. 'You have killed my baby!' The general now has three colonies tributaries pouring In volumes of $. Retwt*,

Younger was gutted by fire last night i "King then turned, with his pistol Is Backed by $800,000 of American in the United States one in Colorado. water. Today is clear and pleasant, Hoof KOCJ. K- FV nn"r"secOtn.mlistoL

The loss is estimated at $100,000. of i still smoking and said to Mrs. Rogi Capital. one In California and one in Ohio. The with a light v.1nd.KNOXVILLE. I .i' I.t 0.1 f-mt& :tnllI
5.-The Guatemalan
which $.5.oOO is in stock the rest I i ers: Louisville, Ky., Feb. with Lake Charles colony will be white I bunctli hess IiTr' ...'l! .i: I 'aDlutl .. roeI -

being on buildings. The loss on | 'Yes. and. by God I will kill the northern steamship line people only. An experiment in colonization CUT OFF. I >n with ti.' -.1; i'.i a' ftsf ,>:*.'"

Is insur- whole damn family. $Sito.uOO capital, is the outcome of the may later be made for the I Jan 31 by thesuth.'r't. ..* ,4
buildings entirely covered by
ance. The insurance on stock Is I "As he said this he shoved the pisI meetings between held during Messrs. the James past two Mc- benefit of negroes. City Devoid of Communication' WltV I firearms, amni 1I.t.: ... ,"

at $03.000.It. : I tol in Mrs. Rogers' face and snapped days Outside World For Hours rat su|.|>ilis for ,K. fonui'it: The
I it once or twice. Had there been Nought and Alexander Hollander of Roller Mills Opened. Knoxville Feb. 5.-A very heavy German conjiti: I.. ,,iCeiojiii usaiwceeafully

KISSED WIFE AND KILLED HER. i more cartridges in the gun he would Hollander & Co., New" York and Fort Valley, Ga.. Feb. 5.-The Fort rain And wind storm prevailed' \ here I U> otita.c r..1 ,.-!*-* .

l Lave wiped out the entire family as C. R. Mental & Co., box manufactur- Valley roller mills gave an informal last; night and early this morning. At i The prf'c'' *4f*.>!. of L&# a.' ..ftKwaAf

I be had ers of this city. The plans at pres- opening to the public after ; 9i l rh.l.l !'ol'tod t In ..
Then Turned stated. for there wAre only yesterday i 2 o'clock the velocity of the wind wa* t4i < jpJta.
Husband Weapon Upon .
:" three father, mother and son." ent contemplate the establishment ofa noon and a large number of citizens 60 miles an hour, the highest it haw 7 tad wh.,..i. H,'| .."..a.h'n ', >] *n

Himself.1nstonSalem Mr. Rogers made an antemorten line of steamers between Puerto both ladles and gentlemen were in : ever. been known since the kcl the dsruvt) of i'in-i tor d t.muVtturaoiM

\\ N. C., Feb. 5.- statement in which he corroborated in Barrios Guatemala and either Pensa- attendance to witness the first flour weather bureau was established. I I n.:nj hn. dttd at .'.Ulu..

Banks Miller a young man, shot his every particular! the testimony of Mrs- cola or New Orleans. There will be and meal ground on the new mill. Extensive damage was done to electric -" hw beet at.nJon4.'t&llt, al '.

wife last night and then killed him- Hewitt Young Rogers was shot only two steamers on the line for the Each lady In attendance upon the wires and for several hours thii I sufllcttttK cviaviyrnM u....p SMMw ,

eL Both died In a few minutes. on'e. his father was shot four times first six months providing one steamer opening was presented with a small city was rut off entirely from telegraph II I .r. take* IMO <-.m;.aly ttoy wrr

t. A Miller and his wife had a dispute the first two shots entering both arms each way every week. After that sackf flour as a souvenir of the occasion. and telephone oommunhatkm I found to W in ;JIIOIiM->i-lD*
yesterday: and derided to separate. and the last two entering his body. another freight and passenger steamer The mill has a capacity of with the' outside worM. Even fb* I Iud awrvt rf* ni.r eacinMtakaittcSPWNERI 1 1I

Ic She len her husband taking their two I King left a message with his wife with a capacity of 4,500 tons, will 125 barrels of flour and COO bushelsof railroad wires were down Many local I IIth (belt fUnw ''to i-4i'sten-; !

ctildrea to th hosie- of relative for the sfXTiff. saying! lw did not mean be added to the line. meal per day Thy have made light power and telephone lia.,. I,

Last eight Miller called to see his I to be taken and ho was going to leave: According to the statement of one arrangements for five carloads of Were aJre'ted. ON ITHIKL

wife and after talking over their misunderstanding of tic men interested in the proposed i 1 j
I the state. wheat to be shipped to them per week The Tennessee river Is rtetife rapidly ---

the wire consented to tine It is the intention of the company The mill will run both day and night, it being 4 feet above low water thta i Ame.... Woolen Mill |mat.yM As ;

live with! her husband again. As he I GEN. CLAY'S to extend its service to South which will necessitate the i
SILVER SOLD. employ morning at 7 o'clock. This shows Far Wag In4N.I .... j
} American points in short time. The
leave the he asked a
I started to room
ment of two forces.Frightened a rise of 2 feet during II hours. I
his wife to come to the door and kiss Former Wife Disposes of Valuable Louisville and Nashville railroad, also. Reports from flood-warning stations North Vuaa.t"lr.1" r..t! i 4 i

I : him good night She complied withn.e it is stated is Interested in the strike has t- Family Plate. above indicate
Robbers Away. on streams here an average -, j
AmerkaD'U<.II.> L n nan) !!. '.. IIMspinner t
Ii I request. VersaIlles, Ky., Feb. 5.-A large Spartanburg S. C.. Feb. 5.-Three rainfall of 1 inch throughout'
I Miller immediately thereafter turn- ..IL.II s!: f.w *. .&. r>.*. La
P Ill t :. number of i-ominent people and curio would-be robbers and safe blowers at upper East Tennessee yesterday and I .
:. ed around and fired at her.' the ball I WILL INCREASE ACREAGE. wages and Ui. ..' r a oh>- hunters contested at the village of Greers made good their escape from last night This, the weather bureau .
broasL The the practice of A. t. -if a,- ,'r-- tjwa.
taking effect in her right j
Pinkard, this county for the privilege the town after attempting to enter thinks will cause a rise of several! additional oIj
husband then placed: the pistol to his Mississippi To Plant Bigger Cotton The splnn. :s.- I' "w pet Jf UM
I' of buying some of the family silver feet in the Tennessee river!
the large store of Davenport & Wood, I .
head and fired. When the officers Crop Than Last Year. same .,.1. a* -, : / r. ia th,. iaf J
and caina of General Cassius Marcel-
serious flood i
while a posse of eight or ten citizens here though no tg antlct f
arrived at the house Miller and Eis Jackson. Miss, Feb. 5.-The monthof tht' company. \1 HU. ih'un Theweav.'rs
las Clay abolition! leader statesmanand were standing waiting to closein pated. The temperature 1s slightly : .. .
February will bring a season of have ', r-t""la Ito a \
wife lying the floor dead.
were on
., diplomat.These on them after they had entered the warmer this morning than yesterday .
There were eyewitnesses' to the : great activity among the farmers of .....1fur teaib'i A *attf-.. eh i
articles were the property of but Is with. :
store. The escape of the robberswas morning a drop predicted
tragedy. Mississippi, and in some sections the 1t'11' :IU, tb'S 1"0 I 'r. ""E4., ...'.. t- I
J (General Clay's divorced child wife due to the extreme fright of one in the next 12 hours. Yesterday and i ,, ,
preliminary farming operations are already w rk w It "4- "i1.\'I'IIld''M\' Uat
but now married to Early Brock, a of the watchers, who began firing his last nigkt's rainfall was .64 of an j .
i ito
I TO START PARKER under way. 'I rLit-iaceis.sI w. ri4u-: IIWIII
t BOOM. former tenant at Wh1 'hall, and were pistol into the air at sight of the robbers inch. I .
Crop observers are generally agreedin ) t< a"h apr': r.r Tho 'i>iss.... t
__ I
sold the Brocks
i publlcaly by along frightening them away. It is
the belief that there will be a considerable have 1'IOY.-.1 -. -' nr mi tt&tj the
Will Be Launched at Chattanooga If with their household effects, as they supposed that the robbers intendedto FORTY-SIX MILES AN HOUR. =
.dl'U i
increase in the cultivatedarea I. tflt.41'r.C.rd&
Judge Is Willing. are leaving Woodford county. blow open the safe of the store
this and the belief is -
year, confirmed
Chattanooga. Tt-nn., Feb. 5.-If General Clay preseirtoa big former oad they not been frightened away. Louisville: Suffers Prom Wind sad

Judge Alton Parker will accept an invitation wife upon her second marriage by the extent of prenaratlonsalready I _ _ Rain-Electric Currents Cut Off. Accepta, ,OUsr.Corlclf .
: launched and the goodly tia. I-- At U.. r'.... t
to attend a local southern much elegant silver and imported Mangled by Dynamite. Louisville, Ky. Lob. 5.-A heavy
acreage of lands that have been cleared /II.tlnl''f 'he \ .'\>>;1.\1 .... I
t banquet to be given here in his china some of which he used while Valdosta Ga., Feb. 5.-The little rain which set in over Louisville lat .. .. .
during the winter, particularly in Ar !tr- \* Can% s ii 11HI tt.. i
'A honor at a date that will suit his con United: States minister to Russia and daughter' of C. IL Nelson' of this city, evening continued intermlttinjly during ,.
the delta section, where It Is estimated I ,4'.t: "t't' t : 1& 1"111111 DWlr !
with him.Clay's
4 venience. It I is planned to have the brought home that the acreage to be tilled will had one of her bands and one eye the night, accompanied by a wind ry w;a- 'u':'. .a n..

governcrs of Tennessee. Kentucky, prominence and distinguished be an Increase of from 3 to 5 per fearfully mangled by the explosion which at one time, reached a velocity n.-l W H nUI- .... ..... ru1ar, fill the

Missoun. Arkansas. Texas Louisiana. career and the unique circumstances cent over that of last year. Many of of a dynamite cartridge. Nelson hada of 46 miles an hour. i CUfj.l",, bnar.! ,of I" '" sad s4o !

Mississippi Alabama.: Georgia. Flori connected with the matter caused few cartridges, such as are generally The electric currents of the Louisville <
the la:gest and best bodies of wild '!'u the enIt >f it :4 al"x ....
da. North and South Carolina and Vir. spirited competition! though many articles used for blasting rock, which he Railway the Citizens
land in that fertile section have been company :v in r r-.3' aJl gicia attend as well as se-veral south sold below their value. Silver had laid the mantelpiece at his General Electric and the "...
placed in shape for cultivation. The company ing to this ( Iff *'.>4a* tarn .tfn

,'. ern senators. spoons in sets of sit. bearing the planters are making large purchases home. His little girl, not knowing i. Postal Telegraph company became : i .-> na a m .T : r... dan;* .IUM ai.rt .
Those giving, the banquet will Ee Clay monogram, brought ?23; dinner! the .
of mules and farming Implements and their deadly nature took one of crossed during the night burning out >ai') rurrii! tttf h.j ag lit'. for taMhra"i .
limited to strictly one hundred. It is plates $1.51 each and upwards. A in the and lighted of : .i
the demand for labor was never so cartridges out yard the dynamo plant the Telegraph and u n.. In .- i + riMiftn> sMtt-
Intended that this banquet shall show unique offering was the shotgun the fuse holding it in her hand. and working minor damageat I .
great as at present.ATTEMPTED company tf rll can V arr'if' 11.; m >!i".y *>. :
the sentiment of tho south on the bought to guard Whitehall GeneralClay's The explosion came near blowing her the power plant. Fallinx trolley I bt -'sd! In h&: < 'I. -.' a. ,,, j

Democratic! presidential nomination home during his troubles a i SUICIDE A FAKE. hand otto and also burst the iris of i wires caused a temporary suspensionof : m-tn.-J tm U.iu <: I!:

anj that the Parker boom shall be few years ago.Builders'.
one of her eyes street railway traffic on two lines : ---- -

formally started in the south. Socialist Member of Reichstag Fires The weather buread Is advised that Trade U"." IssuesJ"' 111I I

Exchange. Revolver at Himself. Bill Favorably Reported. high winds and heavy rains prevailed KII',nltJf' T. r.'I ". II t ......

New Oriental Steamship Line. Schenectady N. Y., Feb. t-The Berlin Feb. 5.-Alfred Agster, a socialist Raleigh N. C.. Feb. 5.-The committee during the night and early this morn : to T!... Srttr4- r.,." u'.U.- .-ii

San }Frandsco Feb. 5.-Ilok RongI master builders masons, carpenters member of the reichstag. fireda has favorably reported to the ing at Indianapolis. In l., and Spring i the A>-bf>vJII!,. ,rai!, 10 ', :, ig ball Ia...

and Ham Ming president and vice painters and plumbers of this city revolver at himself in a committeeroom house the Watts bill regulating the field. Ills., and that a particularly low an ultimatum -" '>>,' imtnrmrt of

president of the Commercial: Steamship have decided to organize a builders'exchange. of the heue at noon today but sale and manufacture of liquor with barometer was reported at Detroit. th that city birinH. icVt1i. att that aAtf
The motive Is to with
company have returned here cope as he bad previously removed the bullet amendments allowing the distillationof storm being constant this morclr : rraftsot'B rwi-'f.'Wt-J i in MMun'ot .

from the eastern states and Mexico the trades unions which have a strong from the cartridge' the deputy was brandy from fruit grown on the over the last named city. The telegraph shall!! work "rJIght """ ni mf

where they have been making arrangements body known as the Building Trades only slightly injured. makers' premises such brandy to be companies are without communication i day f blC'b th.-\ lit all .......1'.. ri'.
Section of tho Trades
for the New Oriental steam Agsvr wrote to some of his fellow for the makers' own use, and another to Chicago. hour*' pay N> r' ;r\ has tt __
which fix the of labor for
ship line. President Hok non;: says without price reference the deputies yesterday saying he intended amendment that wine cannot be sold The steen is central over the lake mad by t'lDPP.ff"1I <>' Imhor

the first steamer of the line \\"illleave to em- to commit suicide. He recently by the maker in quantities under five region this morning. and is accompa I -- -

I Hong Kong on March 27. calling at ployers. The wages paid carpenters had shown signs of mental weakness. gallons and cannot be drunk on the med by destructive winds. The tern i Damage to injMwuplita -

Shanghai. Yokohama. Honolulu and plumbers, plasterers masons, lathers premises where sold. This bill was perature was falling rapidly in the : T nr K 'i 5 .......

: Manzanilla.: Mexico. The return trip and others are so high that building Settlement Reached In Controversy.St. drawn by Senator Simmons and Coy Mississippi valley and the west and I from CftKral M": .< {>pi atatr t...

J-'" will take the steamer to San Frantis- costs an exorbitant determined price and resist theemployers Louis, Feb 5.-Thhe final stepIn ernor Aycock. Is falling rapidly in the Ohio valley the heavy rmlm .,' xj-UTftay ri.....
are to
41 '" co. The company expects to trans- and Tennessee. A moderately heavy f"OfIskler'&bl. damag, In Irrf.... At
. further encroachments., the settlement of the
The controversy
." port many coolies to Mexico. Dunham Gets Rehearing. rainfall has occurred in the Ohio and HUt>llt1Plt a h'lf4'I tt.Hi| h"'$.'... vatw
have driven nonunion tabor from this between the Chicago Rock Island and I
Montgomery Ala., Feb. 5.-The supreme Mississippi valleys and was aceomfianled wash"d v 5"" .nedrbrlU'i .

: Cloudburst In Kentucky. city by boycotting any one who employs Pacific Railroad company and the St. court has granted to Major by high winds. Snow bits I Ii i wr A. 'to.r \ Tb!' .... .
this U Louis Terminal association the
theta and another grievance over
J Knoxville Tenn. Feb. 5.-A sioclalto control of the Bradford Dunham a rehearing in his zards are reported thwighoat the | er in Memph:!\ anti ". :sty toiiay. atI
a!* at the present time the bosses Wiggin Perry company .1
j to Sentlntl from iiiddlesboro. divorce suit from his wife, who livesin west and northwest, and it IB snowing I clear and ruol
are at the mercy of the unions. has been reached by the Rock Island
Ky., says that a cloudburst in the the Savannah. The court formerly this morning in northern Indiana ----- --
joining Terminal
mountains last night precipitated aflood tion. associa threw out the case on appeal of Mrs and Illinois. A heavy sleet extends Ii I i| Dud at Acid af itt

down Yellow! creek valley; but Hearing Was Concluded. Dunham on the ground that the fact northward from ;Monon. Ind., to the :' S'ratfwl rttf: K '- 1 ..Mar* Aaa

little damage was done her Two Greensboro. N. C.. Feb. 5.-In the of Major Dunham's residence in lakes. Squads of linemen have beeg I Milk: th'I" -! ,.' 'A 'I at [!' C.......
United States court here the Quiet at Waterbury Conn.
hearingIn : ,
houses were flooded beyond the rail- Montgomery was not established. Toe! despatched by the various railroad telegraph j III '!'>Jt1t Mr ry" f W"H.i .. ....
the $100,000 suit against the commissioners Waterbury. Conn., Feb. 5.-Reports I
road tracks and some fencing was rehearing remands the case to the city and telephone companies to re "' dn h"r >n v'if '-. '! a.A.
washed away. Several trestles of the I: of Henderson county was from the captains of the militia companies courtfor trial on its merits. pair the damage, but the progress will buvina! : *w. ;> '" n in th" n'''.,

Mlddleeboro Belt railroad were un- concluded. The Travelers' Insurance on guard duty at the car barns be slow on account of the vast number 1 of F";iratrautfh !let a i' O-t IS tNt

termined and all trains are delayed. company of Hartford broughtsuit and the powerhouse of the Connecticut Great Sale at Biltrrore. of wires from every direction With br huafar i .-,>.<' raa** U> CaaavI
to compel payment of interest on Railway and
Lighting company Knoxville, Tenn., Feb. 5.-A special! which centers Chicago. I I da la U<>7Sttairar
bonds which the county mentioned early today said that everything hadbeen
Corbett to Fight Jeffries. to The Sentinel from Asheville N. C., ---- -
had: repudiated. The bonds were Is- quiet since midnight The I
New York Feb. 5.-James J. Cor- I cars I says the sale of foreign and domestic Sleet Storm Works Havoc. tHngs Gold ftataja.Seattle. .
sued aid the construction of a railroad of the I
to company were run as usual this bred Berkshire hogs is being held today Cleveland, Feb. 5.-For the first W*:.', F< b 0.-'t st avar .
Utt has signed articles here for a 20- to the penitentiary of Henderson -I doming on all lines.
time in this city was today <( on the famous Biltmore estate ol many years *
Paund with James J Jeifriesf,4. ]
content county. Judge Boyd reserved I
George Vanderbilt. The first hog entirely cut off from telegraphic : may with a i. a;> 'wr ot Oawaus awt ..
the heavy-weight championship o! his decision. Ashore Arabian I I
|i on Coast .
sold realized $615. An aggregate 01 and telephone communication with | .. ----am or .. br-
: the world the fight to take place at I
Aden Arabia Feb. 5.-The ,
Port June 2Jei. I I i, 61 pigs brought $13,000. Stockmen Chicago. as the result of a very heavy j f:)8.( "'. !- .. T raiB r on the
Erie Canada on Grant to Harvard University. .
German Lloyd steamer Foreburg from 1: are at Biltmore from many southern sleet storm in the vicinity of the latter Yukon the ih -r m.-
fries was not present, but the arti- Mass., Feb. 5.-The Carcegie .
Cambridge. Hamburg Jan. 8 for ports of China and southern and western states. city during last night The telegraph -, eter rank tfu 4egrsei; ... ,
lt'Ii "111 b* forwarded to him. The !I instil itkm! at Washington has is ashore I I
Japan near Am- t i companies reported that Chicago ;, low
content is to be for a purse of 25,000.. made a gra; t to the Harvard observatory bia. It is that I
expected she will be International Sunday School Workers was completely isolated, the heavsleet > -
Ida for the study of the
to prr refloated. I I having broken down the wiresat Hurled HiMself U..4tr Tram.
Atlanta, Feb. 5.-Today's session ol t
McClung Resigns Attorneyship. collection of stellar photographs
great the midwinter conference of the third I hundreds of points. Every available ,, 15.\ :. ...I. .- F. M Mi I S

Atlanta, Feb. 5.-.\ Jackson. li5S., which has been made during the past Pretender Reported Captured. I lineman is being hurritxl to the to 1. -"
district of the International Sunday
\ sptt, 'ml to The Journal says that Mon- 20 years. The Harvard collection Is .
of the trouble and the work of '
Paris Feb. 5.dispatch received School Workers was devoted to thE I scene ant i /
rot .VhClurg today resigned the office so large that the observatory author-
i j here from Tangier says a special courier discussion: of methods best for organ {I repairing the breaks will be pushed I am >

. of attorney general of this state and i IltlE.'S have found it necessary to erect !. from Fez has brought a renewed I ization of Sunday schools. The discussion i forward rapidly. The weather here I teno.1. >

William Williams was appointed to !I for storage of tho nega- i iI I repot that the pretender to the throneat !: was led by Rev. B. W. Spill I today was clear and mild, the mercury self 'muel' a ....... w. .....

fill the unexpired term. Mr. Mc-Clurg lives. The first photographswere 'l Buhasara has been captured. of Nashville I registering 5G alxne. k:! ,J
nan Tena.
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wt1) continue the practice of law. I i obtained in 1SS5. -.. \ ,
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J EDGAR ALLAN POEt I J.S.I.GILH.l'n..j.ut: ) (GEO.W.HYDK Pre A It is the right cf every child

> to 1 5- well l tarn am! to the .
i LIlia Dnluly Hand. Troplrnl {'uunte" P rtllb k ft r 'fp
(J) j> irt-i.ta it nii >t > "r :
uiiii'e and food I>lne.lion. h..ilth! .+ nd 4n

f rOl.!' !tress and UMi:
and taj>red very gracefully and gently! n p 't !y\ i'> t'itt!.i'! I ow Inc ,'21- 4
down to the ends of his tiugtrs. which S 'U 1t. c wnliyrtdt:
a.i.v t/k .:,- \
tender, and
t wire very trentieumul.v is the part fits'nsbi.f

l lad .1ikt'' In fact his hands were truly GAIXE: \'ILLE. 1' real: an,1 how impufUn llut 't'!.,' ,

remarkable! for their roseate !fims., t no taint dt.e1! e is left In the \\l: ,,*l
| and fly white, feminine delicacy. You .re to ktr.ln"IIllI.ltothe bd.pIClf'hj! i' ," n. '

i |>! i could have judged of his nobility by The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County. pitiable sullenni, and tnarknj: -> gill,< p't

f his! ha\JI1 give and catarrh l the nose anti! thr'' n al.'s
His face was rather oval tarring in Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . .S.Mj.iHiO(I MO sores eruptions
brittle white ddefufwityHow
bones swelling an
t its contour rather suddenly to the chin, I Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . -vVo'K-! I t. can parents: look up<-n such little iufh-rer .1.\i : .." -.

f which! was very cla.v-ical I. and especially esexeiuively a inuKuii bit"iurFil, with facilities t quit to any hank in the themselves fur bringing so much misery into the "'..ri; I : : '

when he smiled, really hand fctate. SoliHsihe aci-ouuis of Farmers, Merchtuto, Corporations, any disease lurking in your system how can yon txjn} t .., : ..
His countenance in Etc. Interest allowed special arrangement. All l,u>iu.atraiiitcted '
I soine. was tropical healthy children ? Cleanse your own blood and bu' uj-} :3' i.r ., .r'
its aspect, precisely the reverse of his : promptly. ed for the j '.Imtott< ,' ,
10-17 H. E. TAYLOR Cui-hier. your capacity en l ;i'
t ] heart which like the fountains of t>ol-l.OlliUII. of life, but have discharged; a duty all parents owe U. p.r.-t.. : ;'.\ a

i had long IK-MI kept sealed up( us mankind healthier and happier.

something sacred from the vulgar gaze i I There is no remedy that so surely reach deep-sratni! *' i' .1

of the world his face whenever Le II I troubles as S. S. S. It >caroh.-sr.-:t IAn-

f wrote )long at a none, time putting on poisons and removes even Ui1" 'f' ant!

t a sickly. hallow and rather pallid hue, ant builds up the ;.;entral! Ju It: : \I ,neeare

but never to such au extent as to indicate : growing up around j-m r: .N i. \I\"

Indisposition. Ills digestion was p-Utinj; them on a course of S n "I> oil0"%. It II

; always good, which is prima facie evidence a purely vegeta'Le! nic'hcme. harmless! In its effects -in i tan lie take

I i that he was never a student by both old and! youn;: without fear of any \b.ld l result-:

ills! dress was always remarkablyneat Write us about your case, and! let our pit' MI: ir:> .1 : .-c.If: J help %" "t.

I for one In his circumstances ButI Dyspeptics This will cost you nothing, atl',I we will tiff.) >. r. '. < '.r' <>.. r: V-,'.. "..t! an .j

do not believe that it would have are net) by by their own pareleaQMS. *- skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. AIM.*. B*.
done for him to have bad lIe
i money.
t Cure seat case of colIItipatioa beiarttt
was ruined in his jouth. His collegelife 1fiRRRnRRR
becomes carooic.! TakeOLIVER
in Virginia was the cause of all S2S2S SdS2SZSZS2SZS2SZS2SZSSZS S I n

t l I infernal Lib after whirlpool inebriation.into which That was was driven the- PILLS \ ; FLORIDA RUBBER STAMP WORKS .;

i the beautiful milk white ship of hue "AMoTOMIC PELLETSth J t
\ 1 fi Mantifi ''urrrn ..f .v>:ll". Itiilibcr .sinli I *. \f4'tsl'll .Nlee- *
1 soul, never to be reclaimed. Is it not ealy teteedia which tsain Nature and de aot get ia K: graph! Slump* and Snppln-*. v'.3 .I i > I i. Ii . -Q

one of the most remarkable things In 1 |Ray. Powtrfal pdj atiTea gnpe. pain and mate coofinoedruguken. Ii hour :" 'I.rrlal "tto IIrlOl11 I.. Ilia, ".! ':..r' :a

: the world that any man of his abilities Roaoo'a Remedie uH gaatly and INn the I 1 [ N lir-n in (be u. a'a.: :.
I f should have been so amenable to the j JjK ri'i
;Ii I dictations! of others?Poe-CLivers Papers tyatem independent of drug For sal bj ill] da<n.Ycur : :: l MaiiiSir. .. ... I..u.,. Ills.iSZ232525Z5r'SZSilS j
i! in dru y ut mU funuib! a free taapla ot .a will /
Century. : \ /

Speaking! From Kuirrlrnrc."Blanche Brown l\\fg. Co. -

: dear," said the watchful
G aunt to her niece, "don't you think that Goast Line.
end Qreenevilie
i Fred spends too much money upon

J you?" Tenn. Schedule in '::11"1 'tlu.I..r :Ia.J1ts'EI.
"Do think ?" -.- ----
you "0. aunty --- -
f "Indeed 1 do, Blanche. I've been noticing Nu.-, : : :0.: I k ... 'i'
and I think he's really eitravaKant. __ No'V ---- -- t a tl -
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-a |> I. St 1 I'lrT''I'i\! .
You ought to check him and tell i ti', .. .".w .., '.. .t.!.t.W j
Tarp n t
J 2\Jd ;73.'P ring' ; >
him his You will need .0\ Trlh1! I. ,< 1 W utr ta :
to gave money. 'sa 9Jp ;
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h a good deal when you begin housekeep POST ori'ici: 1)IC(4 1 UUI:. m .u.i. ri.i. ., I sa ........... L I.all.lJa.Dd A .. .. ..,t. eziavu uunr :-
ing. and it is far better for him to put 9508 ............ L Dadl' lty A -; ;
__ ____ Tram* I. n'! --
in tho bank the money he is now spend g -- =----- '" 10252: 1.1' 1. Tn16y: A" ,1 ' t I', .
: ing on carriage rides and luncheonsand .2 trip I IIJ'IJ I. Ln.-tHug A ; .. 4.4. "'': : ', ,. >'_"
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tickets to this thing and that thanto .... st .1..IO'hl&I. ,
x OI23X :pL A .4i: t.1' II.
.t t I .,\. ., .. n''r' with thi..u.Train .' ..
L T.\"al
lie it. Thinkover the It a A ita
squandering : u5a 30\1 y I p .
:f 1T "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA _ :"* ...1 j ". t
matter a minute or two, dear, and :you : 1rwmfoo.itt :; 12ua L I'ala A. .. tiieeprn ur' ..e..a : .. '. .
f will it I da" r isFLORIDA PARADISE HEGA1\EJ." trN __150p __ _4p v 'k ircr s a ih ',. ..
see as : \ -mrl .
; L Gainesville A :" "' ; 'r db' ,
i "Oh. I've thought; about it already, N, f.a "" _2-40p _7.'oP_ _;_; r _.4y_1' i. rn' ,, ,)5 I r- .
;. 1 l'url T ... '. .. .
8I1UhI'd take advice I : \ L Palat'-a A -mi 11'
your if were ;; eon 4tpa I'lp : ;.r .. !"._
u ? ;; 7 001 7 cog A Jacksont.1! !a I. "'I' "w. a. t', n It t a..
absolutely certain that we shall be married I EAST COAST RAILWAY '+ _-. --

I but l'e been engaged before Eastern Points via Waxhingt'n. \\.r iN \1"1,1" 'I .

aunty, and I don't intend to advise a I --- i.-- -I t lIOU" .

: young man again to economize" for LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In Effect Jan. 14 1903. -7" i I:-Z2 -3 All Trains Dads 13 -.1' -1. -p k-*." _,

: some: other girl's benefit. 730P,3OSP9IoaLJackJonnlhA -a II'P' "p t '...... .,
I SOUTH80UMD-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ 9 25P' i zsp "o 508 A Waycross I I. t t ,i a i ;. iU5 'I; 'I' : : \ '1.1.: ..,u
WILD ANIMAL FIGHTS ,' -- UP. < t S.oP i ISP A Savannah L .. .-..* > yen p : t u.u I
= -= -- -- .--- ...__. .-. ....__ ,
t 0 l-al! 5 Z5P A Charleston J. 11 yip 6 t Ih8,,,, !
Mo.83j' NJ.35, No.Z'Ji, No.931 Na74 No.23 ....
I No.73j - I. '
i 1 Enormous l'h>..!<...! Force sl'l'ndl'd I 1'I11y: 'I' IMI.;>. Aatl 1 NO.2J\\ S1A110hS. : lI..ty.! n..ilr'l) Daily. Daiy.! I 4up'....- 1 1 45P A Wilmington I. ; :;j745P '. ..ta ....... -up p.. .A A'.,'"It
i In These Pierce CumliuU. - tly A l 1I'".
I 1 p1 I a1 I !I ''i t : ..-.. 412aA Richmond L '3ntI40p -r.o .. ,. ,r \ I. ', I
[ In the pitched battles which sometimes 8 :; ;> 1: C5 940 1 5S ...Lv.Ja ksonvt Ie.A i 110 a. 1 23 p 1 tJ sup? ,,. A W abhingtoa L ._.
t 8 33 IH .. 9 4se, ... ... ..Su.Jacksonvllle.Lv 7 42 a' 1 :: 1'3i -... ........ ... I 23a 9..x.\: 543 Balumurr I. j 2 =tea- 1. ? -. ,- -4 ..
take place: between the great : y f : :h 10 1Ij 9 00a .. SL Augustine ... 64>h 6Jpl, 6'J SJf 4 058 .. u zsa A Philadelphia I.. i p tl'4 Ie --- -
carnivora and the largest and most:! 11 .Io'.I ..1185 at'a' ". 7 tip New York I. I t '
:: J =: "p. t4J.J 940 I ::: E. I :: D 51 a 1541p..j; t p E i"I. 'J i, i .t?;

powerful of the ox: trite the forces of ... 2! 13 wll{ 15a| 9 lSaLv| ....Palatka ...L\ .. ..... .... ( and .5' 1 t _
For full complete reliable! .
animal courage desperation! and bodily I..... ... 3C514lCt10o5ar-.l'alatka.( Ar I 114 I ?, ?..., etc., call! on any Ticket! Agent or'iIIl"'lIartn2' !: : rare utir'jn ( us: asu ..

strength must:! be exhibited on a scale I. ... .1? C tjlli Ii C51" ... .|M..Sa-i: Male Ar| SOia,-6 63 6:31a-
7.Spl .. I a1Sal snaiLv; sanMatro .LTI.. I .Pj. .... I TC3PI,| /h. 1'. rou.iFU, JH.: .
'I'J t newer elsewhere seen says a writer in .......1 ..... U :j pi .......'Lv.. reosa< .L, ...... i t3PI ..... ...... Divi-iiUi\ PHvnmr! \I!' fll. 'fa 'I. |>M ha! :
Lealle'sCeekly.. Such combats do occur ...... ...... 1= 3i pl! ... .... .....BunnellS ..... .. .... i ...j'i........ ,
but have seldom been witnessedand ... ..\.. .J l:411' .. .-' .....Dupont...... .... .4"31t.1 HPi .. . .. .. W. J. CUAHeiri' ; PaVr A;!"nt. H tl! I Mhl i I I"" .N | i"1 ,
.j. .
; m lies ?, 333 113p -0Ormond.--. 4 86 a;! 3:3P H3Pi tJp Y \\ illume' N I Ic.r.W'
l : : still less frequently described. Twoor a! imp] srmoaj 1 : I1] 1<) CCa],. ....Dayton ...... Uh, 3 Op! 44tp j 6S3psuaj :eo@ "
three lions sometimes combine in ... ..,. 'I 13: p I .|....Purt Orange..I. .... .
't z .4.13vl: Hhd1. 20aL..Nt, w Smyrna.... 3131 n I .1"i : ::;: .r-r.: ..".. ;';""- ''''''''....""", JIIIII. "
such but from the marks ::: 4.1
an attack : 23 p ..I.I ..... .1kHIlI..r.. j Z:1pi..
t seen on buffalo it is that $4 I'ttUl 5C3p : :3p:3C11'.r.Tltn ..... !1! 213pj 3 37 p| 13 -ly::
probable c:: ...... ..1.. --I '........ .. ........,........' 1i p'!I.. .. .' .. .."j )::5
sometimes there is a single combat for < ........ a t3 p'' 341p 13 3pi!.....K 'ckledire..... ....... 13Jp, : ti ,p. _
it can hardly be supposed that the but Q..: ........ 6:51J I iJ pi U p;.....!Au I&lIC..... ........,lal pi :Slip iJ 7 Strauss &
i-< ........ CQ/1: I'i U3'1' 1 :3p.ll'lhourne..I.! ...... lastti p 4 Ill ;1iy Co.
falo could! escape from more than one ....... ..- 5011 ...1..... bastian..I.-..... iicip i
lion. t:: .... . .1 u' '. :. .... ......3 Lu.-ie ''llUa' .
Ui 7thl 6.31, .r.i 3 ..... .ItPierce121ball0in 13ttI I"3CJp,
; ( The number of foot pounds of energy ...... .... 6C3I I" ... .......Tibbuls...... .... ]041. ., ... ; I
into such ....... !I. ......'f 6:3 i I..... .........Eden ....... .,....... '1:1! : . .. .\ -< MONTEZUMA
| put a struggle must be something ........ ........j I 633J{ ..... .......Jeiiben..... ,....... JO :anr .. W. EXCHANGE
extraordinary. The efforts of a ......... .......: G t7" ..... ] .--Stuart ... !] ... III :::1:1' .: .. ,I_ t -
ND.2; ....... ....... 71s t I" ...... .... () Sound I I..... II tOai! 1 i 1100.26
lion, which can strike a man's ann Dar v ........1.. ..i, 7 Jp. .. ...West Jupiter ,. .. tHO i. :
from the shoulder! and leave it hang- .' 641) s =: II' a:3'i! 4.r. ,Arjloyal Ptimeiana 13 3 p 8 55 a 11 ffial 115 p, 111I1"y_ ': Wholesale Dealers in
1130' 553a 94Jpr SZ5p U5PjLv..ThI.'Rrl'akI'N j:5p 11JI"
850.11100111 GC3p
in< which
by of skin
r a strip can
: or tl 35 a Ii N a 919 p S 33 J, i >3 P"in"iaua..4.r, 13 C5 p 810( a 10 !50 al 1 CJ I' 6 tJ II
carry: a cow over a high stockade endeavoring 9Is CC5 9IIp 8431!; 453trW.rsimDracb L i 3 : P 330ft t 4h: 1 553p
2013 a ".'.. 9 C51* .... :. B. unsuccessfully In close grip 10 27 a; ....."I"...... 9151", ......:. ..... ,. ....I i iFt ...... 13.1", .... ...; .. ... 513p p
I to drab: down or disable a buffalo bull. 111'9111..... ...... 1: .. L&u.1*.dd.11'.I.I ......I. I 10 ai .. .1 I ...... i i JI WHISKIES.COMPLETK
11 : aJ ...... ....... 1 OJf'I..1 j...Hillanda'e.'! .. .... .. ; tsp
I must be on a ;gigantic: ; : scale and the 11431&j. ... ..1.. .. :0 .. .... 1 ..Lemon City. i I. 6Sta------------!, I jC7p .
1 strength \\lnch can shake him otT and .1150&...; N10a1145pi13.31N:; C43pAr..Mlam. I\' S C3p, BOa: !SfiOal 11 i(\I) 1\ 4C3p
it is iM'lh'unl. crush, the
occasionally ..., ....,...__
lion afterward must be even more Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. t",1l
i ntiiiiKing. .\ buffalo bull has been credited JACKSONILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.

I with engaging: three lions in mor ---- IN.31 1---- --=--- --;.-Na.37.- -No. 55 "ROYAL!l R RESRf"Full ( ( [

nIl omit and making a good fight j Nil. 23 No. 27Daily. I No.29 No. 35 S7.43 Daily i Dail!) Na.93 ltely I No.99
I> 1
] Tie-fore he w>is disabled by one of the | al.> Daily. I Dat'y. D.uly'.I Mon Ex; Mon Ex. I I Uai.y- Mon Kx. I Dally. Quart, SI00

: !lions hamstringing!; him by biting his Lv. Jacksonville I! 86 a | 9 DO a 1''i U 40 a ,12-55 p I 133 PI| :Z 33 J> 'I 3 HO I IAr. p s w JI S p l-s-:5P
legs from behind. 81. Augustine'' 8&ill./(01&; IIIM&rU5l', I :3,1330, i iCJTI J 9:3p 3 13Pi


; i r.rrur of Dirt.An Nu. 16Nu.. No.38
; Insurance man of my acquaintance I No. 98 I No. 92 I laily / Daily Dlllly I tto H '' No; 30 No 78 I, No. 74 'I No. 29
Dally. DIII.y. Ex. E1. I Ex. D"lly.lIaly. I Dad" D&Oly.lJlllll.
ate hearty breakfasts with meat Sun. Slln. :sun. I I I

and coffee, a hurried! lunch at noon !Augustine j 4.a. I 8)I I-I! 15& itlisi14'1a1C33p'613pICC3p, 1 ,, i i 6 13p I 351p
but also with meat and a heavy dinner Ar.JacksoaTille. I| 7 b I"I I| 01 a | n; a ;li 13 p 1: 431 I 11101'1 l I 7 13 p '17 33 p I I T i3 p I 9 :13; P

at ul;;Ut. lIe took no exiTciw.: always SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.

rode between house and office becamefat COMPLETEPRICE

and bloated and his blood became SAATOI1D BIIANCH. I H I ORANGE CITY BRANCH.STATIONS. .
so overloaded that he readily succumbed -
1 .r-o.1tj ,'No.12" ; !'No.3'No., 11IDailvi No. 2 'No. t
to disease 1> c i | ST "..10. |
I at toutyiv'eThe wun.I aU1J L! Daily Dally. Daily Daily6S3a
dir was thut he lived so long. lie was 7 ())6..a iLv..,...... TituIV1Ue..Ar 1 20 p'' I' I 'I LIST ,
I 1.a XT............Mtms........,...Ar 1 C7 p t:5 p I 10 lOa Lv. .X. Smyrna..Ar'' 14C:: p, 7 :5 p
I a type of the average well to do citizen. ........... Osteen...........Aril ta,, 5CJp II 21aLv.Lakrlleen.An t55p 5551'
Like him, most of us eat too much 6S5aSOa Lv.........Enterpri'*}.......---Aril 30 a, |J5 :: ,. SJaLV Oran e City Arl3 ijpi 5 33 p
S.1a, writer In Good Housekeeping.; "' Ar.......... g4I1f..rd ..... ....Lv 11 00 a1' [5 25 Plil, 4J a,Ar Or.City Je .Lvi: iJ p533p sKNT? OX AlTI.H'.U'iu.NSTRUSS'!

Diet should depend temperament No ? Na 1B No.2\\)
upon "
guns I D'11 I aAYPORT: DRANCII. I I Sun.
and vOl.nion.1 hard work out of Y Daily Oa1t100 "

doors one requires more nutriment than a 45T3 p Lv....................... JCk8onnlle .......................Ar 8311& HfP
1108 a ,53 II ,Ar................... South !. .................... 8 JJ: a 353 P
at sedentary labor indoors. A gradual 1I4 a 5211' .Ar .........,............Pablo Beach! .......................LYI T SO a 3:3 p
reduction In diet, even an occasionalfast > 1145 a 5J P [ ....................... antic. Beach ...................-.LvI 145a 3 1S II
will UllOm 5t1 P Ar ................ ....... darport ... .... ..... ....... .. 1.\;: T 30 a 3 CJ p
cure many ordinary Ills. Add --
deep breathing! fresh air body build- Trains do nt stop at etatio ::8 opposite which no time is shown.
These T me Tab e-> show 'he time at which trains may tie expected to arrive and depart
lug ewrolsi's, plenty of sunshine water from th. ,;.-\,'ral stations, but their .arrival departure at the tunes stated Is not fruarantttil,
f' inside and out and it 'is astonbh- nor .I..s the Company hold itself; : responail e fat any- dtlaylr; any tvusevjueuees angina
lug how much better one feels.} therefrom.
"U"Full 1

i ullrl" '. near" said ;young ore.Torhins Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.


neur tu 0;"mhle.'IIat ." -----__ _-_ ... _-_-_ __ .._ n --
i '''\ is Jour Idea of gambling?" LINE : MIAMI-LY WEST-HAVANA LINE.

"Betting; Jour money and losing It,"I Commencing January 1,1903. I Commencing Janulr715.1903.

t. was the prompt reply.- \YashingtonStar. Lv Miami Mon Thur......................H C3 p! Lv Miami S m.Thur. 8 30 a
I Ar &ilStuTul'.Fn...................... 3 C3 p, Ark--- West Sun.,Thur. 13 33 p
I Lv N.isaaaVe ArUiMni TtJur.,run.. ................... 6 GO a irl:avauj.Mon.Frt..-.. 7 ter a
RunkorilKitiu.. I Commencing February: 2, 1003. Lv h IlYsna.\fon.: .. Fn. i C3 p Pabst been

f > "I d'lii't think much of*this museum." LvMlami 'I-n., \Ved.Pri i.. .............. 3 C3 p Ar Lv Key: West Tues.s.., Sat Sat..U. 5 00,10..
: ) ; said Jinks. "Why. they ain't got no Ar Nassau. TUI'II..Thurs.,Bat............. 6 :to a'; Ar Miami Tneg.. Sat. 7 C3 a p
LTNa= auTuea..Thur .gat.............. 3 C3 p
J t-Kull! ut :Napoleon; Bonaparte, and the Ar :Miami Wed., Fn, Sun................ 6 M; a,, I,
one I was in up to New York has two." Commencing March 30, 1003. i I : Above horn based on 90th Meridian Standard

I -Ball: IIIll1rc American.FtiNfuouls Lv Miami Mon.,W;>d.,FrI................ 2 C3 vi Time except that shown forXassau U local -
Ar Nassau TUB*., Thn-.Sat "............. 6 SO a.. '
f LT\ass aTue; ..., Thur.. Sat.......... 2 C3 p1! I fOr Xassau time.
may be stated under 1mnrt Ar Miami Wed.. Fri.Sun................. 6 30 all! I 1 R

", st.n that they are truths but lyingIs ; For !
: copy of Local Time Card address any Agent
I i-liiiriscterized by the intention to fly
1 rt'i\e. J. D. RAIINEE. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

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Charges Brought\ Against Officials ot

Friday Dlgbt the Deals HOUMJ parlors ATTEMPT TO Kill City. I V fir 11 I
Jackson. Miss.. Feb. 2.-Tfce &;:nsatiotal : MAY GIVE UP THRONE LmDlm I L B \
t there lnrw (t+'d with young people- I charge brought against l the administration i M, UuALA,

1 tbt t.tlw "" looking' ttnautiful and ot Jackeon by the HiixUcounty
Fittsburg Man Called to Door
Gaid He Will Renounce Suc-
: utrt'wt'ly b&ull+m6. grand jury are nor 1 alaost: the !
tblr ,partners and Shot Down. whole. tc-ic jt diave.u ., wid tter ; [Branch of Commercial Bank. Jacksonville.]
Ewrjt ly wr, in the happiest{ cession In Son's Favor.
id some talk ot impeachment prucfecd- I

j4ftl wed the w f ntr from blur until HO CLEW X THE ASSAJLAtfT.At Ings betas instituted against >rHfcmlTig'Aay !' CAPITAL 850,000
sa.i Chief of I Ilio Tajlor. 0
|..lTtn'riirk wee tune-t animated I j .
and fcnMUut{ are.Ta Mtinlght Loud' Ringing Summoned The oily peculiar feature of the I! Strict V.ilitary Code of Honor Makes Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals: Solicited.

",u_ of the merriment and I FTommcnt Contractor to Door and Loravt's ESth t has ttrwi ftlrre: s Entrusted! to our Care.Exi'bange .
Wit the fttftinnil of the the tact that the jury Lao preferred i
+.yftrbt Bought and Sold.
n Answering EtK. He U Shot by Some ixiriotto charges ot thia rwuurv and failed ; He Has AppeaUd to Emperor to Re.
I4aa. CIVt'O UiN M-a.m by the I
f On. Prom Darkness,
to Grits inCtctIDecta. l.kta him of Ail Military PositionBerlin
>lo OVkx-k. P1tti'L'lrg.i'9!). 1--(;. D. AKi JO. a
F.t b. 2.-\ curious tory
Euffiuent etidzttce was found to ::
l by thU flub are aNayswhich
Wn gives well n"wn wJectrtc contractor A this
cl.argo tLc with malfeaasce c.rly told in the provmcal and Bern : kWA
d..rbtlelal'l dlroue last blght w. city, >ij c"':: .ivd tu the tn. ybis vvr ol ia! c-Sce mayor and the cUt f of police* ; tapers this morning is that the AAAA

D41'I.'II.... w thot rule. bou :a S criuaa; a ;3burb, M with eml'CErlemeat. this evidence crown prince of Saxony h. cSt-ierminoi
1.45; o'ckx Lhlo morning 31.J .iu t .
theutute -
4 his to -
wouM also be sufleiently to to reccu:cc eccceoeion'lltf4 furnUb{ the strong
dvwu jy aa U.k own yrr;,un. Tie demand indictment, but it seems iii taws of his:: ton, George. J. F. EDWAEDS'BIG
INrUtil. uu that suet U n<4 the case In this! inTLe v to years &je.:
....l... of the folio(lug gentlemen : Uii hart: aa4 it i ij fcatvS the .ta.t.ce. The reason gives is that Vx military WHISKEY
wour;': will ;x or(3 raul. HOUSE
code ot honor does not a I
Ft.t. \V. S. like, j4ano; Prof. Newell, mayor is charged with whol : permit
Mr. Allison waa awakened shortly tale! use of his pardoning remitting uut> &ci rouged as h e has been, to
,: ef 0'.....", violin{ ; Prof. Board WIiD. before :2 o'ciock by loud ringing atthe of flnea and intimate relations I remain in the service and the crownynnce Gainesville. and Ocala. Fla.

tf OfUndo, cornet. front door. Stcunng hio rerul- with the blind! Eger and gvnbhng : as commander of the :m army __ u__,

TMi'aD,1 iutrh \u.It-t1, 1 by Mr. E. ver he deoot-ndvd and opened the helk of the city while the chiefof corps of Saxony and as tae future -- I r-
door. No one was there and be Step i commander o! the entire Saxon con- r.
police is with collecting .
Ih T. }I.i...*toe a*i Mir Mary UearO ped onto: the porch and was {. /staginto : charged ; tngent; the findings of I -.
lines in rash and reporting them ss mUD Pa.on>> ; :
i t t O awl rah au txtrciiiely j>rcttyM the darkness when a shot was worked out. 45 instances of this kind I the jurt of honor which in circumi 4 dish. i ir I
fir &cea similar! to those of the crown -
*. being preferred against !tin.: I i .-. r-
was shot through the side.; He qukkly prince requires a challenge or the ":' .- -
The city council meets In regular tI = 0
T.. eaUllioa lI'd led by Helvtn-: raised himself by the jwrch railing t.*ssion; next: Tuesday and the proceedings 1 laying aside o! the uniform. The t.-- 'j I iJJ ;'

,iw t.4 Mr. S. H faiths, the fonuertfc however and fired three shots after : are expected to be of a most I crown prince it is said, is !bcarcely: 2= :; .::. r 3'c oC! 0 :
the a.;;asstn. Mrs. Allison rushed 16.:7
leaioi wallt figure* and the spirited nature when the impeacn-- expected to challenge Prof. Giron but vfc So :3 ,
down and found her husband halt meat atkles are read. opinion in the army is so rigid on .... ,.. =_ .5..
tt. t.of4*<' fi lJrt' They -- v -. -
,Uc. ; krt-eltcs and half hanging on the points of honor that the prince is re- i-- 1 -Q r_

.M. ably MM ID l.:a>liut ty their porch. She dragged him insIde anda STUMBLED UPON CORPSE. garded as ineligible for reviewing the :-l _.. :I'tors

phy k-iac was! quickly summoned: decisions of of !honor and .
i.rt.***, MM K but on account of .lr. Allisoa's! condition i. Columbus Ladies Returning Home letting the honor of the uniform.
1JIi'4 "" .IIIa.' no attempt was mad to extract
Make Creusome Discovery The Rheinische Courier, of Wiesbaden -

if.,rt WK all pretty, a numUr the bullet. Columbus Ga.. Feb. 2.-When the : says without reservation that -- -

tI.a..l eseeediogly artistic No reason ia known for the attempt Misses Watt opened the front door the prince: has renounced his right of } .' AMIEISEH IIVSC'II UKKIl

on Mr. Allison's: life, and the identityof of their residence at Xo. 1437 Second succession and the Berlin! MorgenPost's -- ____ I ..
.... ruieg .lNdooa1. the man who fired the shot J3
mys Dresden correspondent he
avenue and entered the hallway late :
The Wk>..ltt< k complete program tery. It 16 i said that an infernal machine yesterday: afternoon, after an absenceof I has already appealed to the emperorto FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES.

was stMit to :Mr. AIMii last relieve him of all MyrooayeorBourbonat.-....?...-Jl.js My (4 oo Gin
.f UM i<*f* M they wrre iotrodaced.t several hours they stumbled upon military position. 1y 2.50 I __._..... .... 2oc My ::.oo II.'t
Tuesday, but it teled to work whets .. .. ............ .
P >iamb.F. an object on the floor. 1y 3.oo .. ::.56 My 2 0" M'tsDewCoraat..2.
. (kaed the bot was ._ ..
openei MURDERERS My 400 soo My 3.00" ? ? _
This They lighted Uw gas! and discovered BOY SENTENCED My a.oo Gin at ...................... _.. I.r :My: ..
r lag.-Waltz. roornlrvg it was said that the thai the object waa the body of their My ::.50". ..-.....................,............... a.oa My 4 too oo New England Rum j.
,......... J
shooting if' the
resuit of
' Fwr ......-Tw -+iep.d political trouble houee servant Grinetta Lockett. a ne- Clarence McCoy and William Guter-
which Mr. Allison! has had /i the I The Jug ami Keg Trade Made a Special
.ur WI-I".".H..._...i. borough. Another gress who lay at the bottom: of the man Given Twenty Years. Feature
, reason given for stairway.She Lancaster, Pa.. Feb. ?.Clarence In sending your orders always send enough tucoverthecu.tof jugs.. Halt-gallon jnji. J.e
Ilwrt. the shooting is that by some it i is; I gallon tug. I IjC .'-gallon jug-sr: :3-galonjiig,350: regs.l1.
thought that Mr. Allison had evidently been dead several McCoy and William C. Gutenuan, the I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in F'.srida.because I rite rood.Dt
)tail. Croe+. is oocnocteJwith hours. There were no marks of two Columbia, Pa., beys convicted! of est goods and tall mcasure.
the anti-aloon leagno. as t1e.. atnatorderwtltconrinceyoutbet"wearethepeople" Terenscashwiththeorder.
l-.rtMUoB Ort Favor. box : TJolt8"e upon her person. The woman murder ia the second degree, were today Yours,anxious to cleae. C
containing the revolver was directed J. EDWARDS.
was well at noon and her death given the maximum sentence-i"
ltarertag Fiffur. to "C. B. AJ1!' 'n. secretary of .
was! wholly unexpected. years-by Jl.\e Landis, wto statedhe
the nti -
-saloon l -
(lMsI Mnaubr.lltirt league Sheridan. .. The held the
coroner an inquest over was sorry he could not make the
It was denied that :Mr. Allison In.
is 0
.. :; lion.. remains and the verdict of the Jury punishment more sever 0
any way connected with the league.
was hat the woman died of heart The !O of
prisons are each :years
11t.t leuo.IeR U. a Hit of those who After an examination of the wound
failure.! She was evidently stricken age. and: the ;rime for which they: were
f' |iftr te.p.l*' l la the German; : this morning the physicians stated while coming down stairs and fell convicted was the murder of Jacob FJR

M Mr. aril Mr.. F. (.. \Vat.,>n, Mr. and The that Mr. Allison was not fatally hurt. down the Sight of stairs. She was H. Bostick: a track walker on the
bullet entered the left breast and alone ;In the house at the time.
U... .:. (.. 'Melatwlt( Mr. and Mrs without piercing! the lung lodged In Pennsylvania railroad. After shoot HOLIDAY GOODS.
ing and beating Ijlm over the head the
lt Miller, Mr. as wd Mrs. D. S. WoodN the right shoulder. ATLANTANS IN BIG DEAL murderers placed the body on the ,
There I+ not the slightest clew.
., MKe. Linda Smith, of I/>uUTttt Mr. track expecting a tran would run
AHison IsIS
years of age. and Largest Tannery in West to Be Located
over it and hide the evidence of mur
Ky., Mary Rardou JJertrud* is manager of the Sheridan Electric
j at Omaha. der. The body was discovered a few
lVf.4a, Yftl U Potter, Lena end company. Omaha Neb., Feb. 2.-Within the minutes before the passage of a train. CALL AND SEEM

Mail.* Ihtlkttk, run and Violet liar next few months Omaha is to hare I
MANY FIND WATERY GRAVES. one of the largest taane* and leather
es I
rn, IlllUa \1aekey and KillSims: ; of
manufacturing: plants in the west
Va.ta, Ha., Father 1VeatherImlliaee't.I'wurof +. British Cruiser Collides' With Torp
J. H. Thaw, formerly of Atlanta, Cavalry and Marines Enforce the Local

) Trbort, N. (.'., do Boat Destroyer. Ga., but now residing in thIs city, t is Garrison. FISHEL'SNEW
Corfu Island: of Corfu Feb !.- .
$ae 14...*.. Juhauie LiMonddie promoting the deal, with Mr. Hoi- Amsterdam, Feb. 2.Cavalry and
The British Pioneer
cruiser ran !Into
comb who is one of the proprietors of marines from various stationsthroughJut
Db.. fit \Vetumt, All,., and a torpedo boat destroyer near the the large tannery plant at Atlanta the country have been

IUHkI)y-; )1 n-,... r;. K. Miller, R channel l of Corfu and 13 persons are and who la also Interested In the brought here to enforce the local gar
belleve-l to have been drowned.
\ T. lWrH. _, J. II. Mathew, 0. It. scheme.: rison In view of the strike eventualities
Pu'fi bodu-s have thus far been )k.
J. H. Tfcaw he will the
says secure and tie Dutch Ironclad Erects F
Hews, G.o. I Wear, C. V. Miller, ed up STOCK
VJf signatures of several p'ople of Atlanta is held in res.nave at Niwwe-Kep! to

H. J.*.tt, C'. L AbJ.ntrn H J. who have agreed to put theirmoney COK here if required.
-- --- .
('eaakk, W. M. D.,le, (i. H. Ford J. H. .Lot into the rosters The postal service hence to Haarlem
It Is understoond the machinery of and Utrecht is carried on by motorCArS
T yW, w WheeUr.. H"t ert. Math, -AT-
SickBlood the plant in Atlanta is to be shipped .

tU, H. HbwiQauer Arthur Mn-ters. to Omaha to be used in the concern

U. J<.w Y..rk, and F. Ktchnnuu of here. CAZED MAN ARRESTED.

Ilawbwg<<, O fmutuy.of No Indictments In Goebel Case. Ell Rogers. Who Killed Miss Pressley, Greatly Reduced Prices. !

p"lrltH of a urge number off Frankfort Ky.. Feb. !.-The Franklin Taken In Charge.

+.f4.tar. Irfit an adlitlonat interest county grand jury adjourned t oCharlotte. N. C., Feb 2.-Eli Rogers
day at 11 o'clock. Notwithstanding
tot *'dtoIilhtM t''fut.II the young white man who kill!r Feed pale girls on Scott'sEmulsion. the fact that Hec..,v E. Youtsey. serving Miss
and the negro boy. Will!i
.n>#, Sweat Home wan. j>1 bye>l lf sentence for life aa accessory to Richardson
in county Mondav
.Wfllr .t Hfltv o'ekxk. the murder of Governor William Gobel tL last, has been arrested. and Is now in M. FISHEL.f
We do not need to give all was before the jury for over a jail; in Monroe. .
Afttr U.. (3wtsau Mr*. .R. I.. An- f
d.we.t the reasons why Scott'sEmulsion w&ek, no indictments in the Goebelcase Since the double ]killing Rogers has
Mt.rt&l iul the dancers at a
were returned. It is now believed
been in hiding
spending most of the
utlletbt .upper at her beautiful restores the strengthand that persons other than those already 1 time in the swamps of Union county. o

beets. M.MUU Taint itftH-t, (MlUplUtu flesh and color of good indicted! who were Implicated A" posse of 50 men went in search of
by Yoatsey will be indicted at some Rogers
D...4ary her: guest, Mi-w Linda health to those who suffer future time. He was early located Tuesday in a morning.swamp bordering --- - --

rttiKb Tlrt Mifvper Was elegant in all l from sick blood. a creek. He was asked to come

Me .tt-6atall'titl awl formed a climax Higdon Loses In Court out ant surrender, but replied that
U The fact that it i is the best Montgomery, Ala.. Feb.-In the he would die! first PLANT POTATOES !
a twat delightful evening' rutstslewce of Colonel
application Hlgdon for a
Later in the he
preparation of Cod Liver Oil was unawares
t. mandamus compelling Governor Jelksto
At the time he was: lyingby i
rich in nutrition full of restore him to of the ij
A N&Iot 1 tHY uaiiu. and pretty favors healthy a fir? sound asleep. In one handwas j

Ik -Me .........t.J sthelmdke al toOU v. stimulation i is a suggestion as city Third court regiment has sustained Judge :Sayre tha of gover the the other a double a Colt's barreled revolver.shotgun and in

"k rein of thU BlN.y I o'l'.JoU. to why it does what it does. nor's demurrers and thus threw the Rogers admitted the double crime

.. Scott's Emulsion case out of his court. He decidesthe and ais excuses were that he ]loved
:': frll'' Cha,. the llama of Stetson presents courts have no jurisdiction over Miss Presley and despised the ik gro, SEED AND FERTILIZER ;I

A Infant Ruin I) Lind Ut: that Cod Liver Oil at its best, the governor in military matters. Hig- Will Richardson.u .

don save notice of appeal to the s Rogers will be taken AT LIMIT. T PIHC'EK
h to .. to the state
.ttotleu Kd.kt authority that theft fullest in strength, least i in preme court.
hospital at Morgaston Just
as soon asa
.wor Julie B. StetiKjn i i Itt
l"uh'l'n-I'y taste. place can be provided for him j

.. Lt' ......,..1. mad that au advert( Mahan's Article! Attracts Attention. There i* no question as to his ins an- I
in their St'iul fur booklet
Young women {-i our "IHIMI i'IIT.I'fIBS"a
IDtet ..UI ....... .... J'ubltloh..1 auUOUOCapply New York Feb. ?.Captain Ma- ity. Twice before this he has bt on .oil. ", c-('d. how to plant oullitale and ", Isip. ;
IItt teens are permanently curedof ban's article on the Monroe doctrineis I an inmate of this same hospital, and Kent Tree for the it..h.IIIdclrt"** 1
ae .1100 to to Hit legMater -
the disease of the attracting attention, cables j was discharged only six month ago
at U. n.xt neHoioa for njwialbltWftUoii peculiar The Tribune's Ixindon correspondentHis I{I aa cured. WILSON & TOOMEU FERTILIZER( COMPANYManufacturer

to that od. The ooutem(4aM blood which shows itself i in declaration that the United: States! --------
cannot assert Quasi suzerainty over I' Magnate Morgan's Personal Tax.
a...... ,....11. from the rtvent 1>alcnessweaknessandnen'ou: other American states is not altogeth. New York Feb.Among the visitors of Ideal IVrtili/erand Special (.r.... Formula I IJ.U.lisOXnl.1.l

.i'y iii".. to tl", name of the ness, by regular treatment er liked. The Westminster Gaaetconsiders to I to the tat office yesterday: was
that the United I! J. P. Morcan.:: who was on the books
k. States
lNiathnl at TtuuJ4. The :. \ 1
new name with! Scott's Emulsion.
should be responsible for the powers i i for a personal assessment of $60oM.
.he tilt iml...fi4ty has not yet been I It is a true blood food ando and states over which she casts a! Mr. Morgan said that though he was 'I.omll.'I''I'IHANNi 1

.eowuv L cloak and points to Mr. Bowen's action not liable for any personal assessmenthe

naturally adapted to the cure as a recognition, at all events, ol I believed: It to be the: duty of every : > li YEA US.

1 fat N.w York gun u inclined to >If f the blood sickness from moral responsibility.. I citizen to contribute to the support o!

6e per hat wk oJ.loo11 of the year : the city, and is willing to pay an assessment BROTHERS' II

lI'.4.err.e' u.( the fact that it ctrtilde u. \,1 h Mi many young women Finding of Cushing Courtmartial. of $400,000 as he did lastrear.

suffer. San Francisco Feb. :.-The Chronicle .
'. th. lure la, all of the figuresar says that Captain W H. Cushlcg, I CASH MAIL ORDER HOUSE 1.

mid ap I Uata.' httbrw luuthHtbe We will it lips to send of the revenue cutter service, was CecJrlc Starts on Trial Trip.

>, --Fvfaruary, Mareh and NovemHou. : a tample: to ny sufferer.IV ( found guilty of the charge of conduct j I Belfast Feb. 2.-Tte White gas
breLthe unbecoming an officer and a gentleman } liner: Cedric. the largest merchant Wholesale Liquor Dealers. I

tlth fillet on Friday' <.ure that this picture inIhi Dy the courraarticJ convened I i; sel in the world left here today for :

--- 1 tI1 mTap-' ':: of ol a bile! bottle is on the efEmuUtoa here early In the month. The findIngs i Liverpool on her trial trip. Mr. Ar Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in 11'm J. Letup

w. J. Chamber l It pointing >OU eve have been approved by CaptainC. :!; nold Forster. parliamentary- secretary Brewing Go's St. Louis Beer.
LWre....t.lIlwith p. ttou'* unpn')f i ; Ire. SCOTT & EOWNE.Chemists F. Shoemaker, of the service, and ;i to the B:iti.h admiralty will be among

|6IDt, ..J,| by the Central Lumber by Assistant Secretary Spalding. as; the passengers; of the Cedrirt when '
las the srntrntt which the courtmar sho ;;. is 01: her maiden voyage Ic.v 1248-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla'I'IlicE ;
Guwpany; read St., New York.
409 ,, > "( YJ! !. Feb 1L
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Doing a LargeBusiness i f fI I : I f
Why It rTai. Thai Ll I'ete Foiled tit
Ad Old Lrvrnil; 1 lust Tell of itOrigin Flat the inrlJ. ITs Old Standard

uf the Art. I IL'1I'
I : There were tl:' rty men iu th" Wlilt. :
Making is by no means tit old anlhtlu.try : '
Fir i. v ooiviu.n tier aht-riff .f *-.I\"I'r ionic
us ..1Il1l t persons supprrPThtre :; Tasteless
usually means assuming large "J'J.I.i ittuiiittrntl in l* arrx-M I I.i"H{ l'.-t.- I ves
Is no r>ruut >:mt it existed previous -
be safe I '1; .(,i. i. : umr.. I't" v.':.* p'-iy' i
riks: -too large to a to the h'ftn-ntU century anti the i
it.;; a at:w: 1.1 u ;game of i I\.l.r.: dittouftcr !
burden upon an individualltate. : tilde>t aiuwn iiiiiiitiiis; in which it appears J! n<"idiui$ to him the li.TT: stood has: stood the test 2S years. Average annual sales
In thearudemy
is a portrait of a lady
i u > at the tar and caiKd for a irink;
at'nll(> iiuiuti-d l II y Cas' ld jIalf: Million bottles. Does this record
Wise business men I Ills bark was sran-el.v; I FIV d! w'.' !. serer qr (
pol'du Wiso lied about ltt:: The ligeud
insurance to relieve', Pete I i.j tlu'.rn hi.canlx! 1',1'. !: bi-;
sjxxnal) conceruinx the origin; of the! art is merit ? No Cure No Pay. 50c.
their personal estate of this as follows: I gun aitu fir Ii i
risk. All such will be intend I A young fisherman of the Adrifltit- !:: TC t..;l l..:ll the tnc_er. Tw: sheriff : Enclose with eViIj ins if. k. a T_ Cest Packag of OLOVE'S BLACK ROOT LIVE KLLS.ROLLS .
nev.r 11I"1.1.VlrtU the she ut h.turell
"Banker's Will I was betrothed to a young and :!;:..J- !::! ---z.rrcJl' -
'd in .
:'.'d out of the open tit. r :tad w I
ful girl of one of the isles uf loeatti'l '
containing the instructions of I guou. Industrious as she was could St':. the sheriff stooii in the same -- -

a New York Bank: President tohk ful. the girl made a new net I'hr her {"Kitloitiii wore the satutIsar.: One i > ., -

trustees regarding investment :I hwr l who took it with him on board I Ih.4 bullet had burned his cheek; a second & 'v ,:?;3ir .,' 5:. c."..55...t' .!.Or".I. :':. ". ?:es. : : _::::ai. ..6".. --'s'

had jrruzul his ear: a third hd: cut
f .
boiit. The first time lie rust it Into (.l.. ,,"; ; #' '<- I,
of his personal estate. I 'M y ::
through his shirt collar under the left -
A /i.c IOnn Iicy i< another insurance I the era he dragged; ; tlien-rroni an exijui- Pete: .: iJ j;fj..r: ,
j jK
ear. Big was a dead shot. nail Jd ..t.4/ ,
to mtmef site! jH-triaed wrack ;tss. which he ( HARDWARE
of g W.H.BRiGOS
rt* a re special[ application( I COr
I : ,
yet he had missed his man at fifteen .....\ ,r.
described t The his tiuncve. But, ':
a ffir$ *, in Largest:: hastened to present to f.'I' ::." -

Anntttl 1'remium.Nwit war breaking out. the tbhenaau WitS feet : \!, ., -. ,C.l.f
o-U* > fur both p mpble". pressed into the service of the Venetian "(Jot through, Pete?" asked the sher- /; '. : :' :- //t-=-j(

1 k>. ( "miany nuts iff breaking a silence that was positively "
/HIla Awns. navy. The r>o<.r girl wept at the departure -
Jars U Amount paid : painful VALLOSTA: GA.
of bar l.ivcr and contemplated his I ,
laA .c.' ".\nd you-you are not heeled'gasied :
THE MUTUAL LIFE I INSURANCE last Rift to her Hut while absorbed In Pete as his arm sunk slowly r6
following the intricate tracery of the
wrack grass she began to twist and ""kyo[
A. WtCiioiv. 1 1J Praideoi. "No; come on." ;
plait the ,tLronila weighted with small
"You dIdn't bring ?" :
heads which hung around her net. Little your guns I I

II. UVlVCiiTOS JR., Agent Ocala. Fla. by little she wrought an Imitation "No; if you are through shooting, I I

the of Florida of the petrinVatlou) and thus was created we'll go." !'i
tfr.CJLUII.CGX jadaunvtle Agtntfor, fla. the bobbin lace.We Pete laid his two guns down on the I H A R II VI ARE !
, table before him and walked to the :i 1 FItOM l Only the ben

! Owe the Hat to Aala. door and out into the street. His horse i urn OVEN illllllu.timit-rul. oven l not-s and:

i belated was tied to a post a block away. He ,
! We owe the hat to .Asia fur It was In I I onl the
"NOW >
reached the horse, mounted and then I

I that country that the art of felting headed down the long; street after the ,I BEST BREAD Mill and
Ij wool was: first known and from the Turpentine> Supplies
sheriff, who was giving him not the ,
j JVrir the cac-p fire's flule'lng light most remote periods the art was carried rolls (out. It is delightfuly: en.and(

In mj U.DUU--J I he on by the orientals. In India slightest attention. In five minutes the Hbnl.sowe A few ..I!it', s buttered a

Gating thiuigh the thttief of night. China P.urma and Siam hats: are pair were out of sight::: : JIIt'alm' IIs..1 and almost a>* uutn ntu'"

I At the twinkling stars on high. "What ailed Pete?" was asked of I ss ne..t, ;2
made of straw of rattan of bamboo
til'rr me*|>itiU in the air the btrkl'l'r.! who had come to the Orders, for, fill', tau tot' nwrto"ati..fltl'fOtll
of pith of the leaf of the Tallport
biltot VIGIL Mrm to keep. door of the salooIL U tilled liyI

Ali I breathe my childhood's pr jcr.'Wo palm and of a l r variety of grasses. "Lost his nerve" he brusquely re- Largest and Oldest

.r hay m*dcun to hlt't Po" The Japanese: made their hats of pa
per. The nnxlern hat can be traced plied. P EIUS' BAKfRY
tM all king the 11 hip-poor will "How do you mean?" j I Supply HouseIn
hack to the "n: ura worn by the ancient Turpentine
lithe liuughs of jomlcrUee; "Why. the sheriff coming without R : ,
the nil IJonian.- when on a Journey, and T'I: 'U I't.I I 1. l't. I t \ I
Laughingly dancing gun and standing there to be shot at I I
bwell the midnight melody. hats with brims were also used by the --- -- ---
took all his sand away and made a woman Georgia.SMith.
Formeo may be lurking near earlier Greeks.It "
of him.
la the canyon dark and deep; was not until after the Roman
"Suppose the sheriff had had a gun:" OTINANYTRUSIMan "' 3
Low breathe in Jesus' ear. conquest tha-t the use of hats began in
'' The man jerked his head toward the
"1 thee. Lord soul to keep "
pray my England. A "hatte of bievtr, about ,
field wherein fifteen or twenty victims : n..w "ap" rv n t\f l.i'rlv! ir!,' 'n .'11 rrl'hl" Agents f'r
Mid thoae ktarionc face I sec- the middle of the twelfth ceutnry. was II I'I'p4JrIl' bvirre''|nin>iini- haflue to Ihr ..r..t
bad lion buried and said:
One the Sartor took away- worn by one of the nobles of the hind. : !that

Mother who in infancy Fraissort: describes hats; and plumes "He'd 'a' bin over thar. i THE NEWHOMESEWING MACHINE RIXFORD TURPENTINE AXES.
"And will big Pete clear? c
Taught my baby lips to pray. which Edward's get .. ... -
at courtIn
were worn lad cnt r 1 a trust or "rnt'lIIlIun I : : we wi.h :;1r.o.I.
but he'll have to leave hero.
11 ct a.rcllpnil hovers near 1340. when the darter order was: In ; ;*, at sure the puliliithat thrrr IN no truth :n
In the lootly mountain brake; The boys have already put him downas Ilfh rvpi.ruWe bt b<->'ri manufacturing .
stituted. The merchant In Chaucer's ;;;
Take me to her,savior dear, :\. (;." : wlng nm. liiurtjfiir! "Canterbury Tales" bad "on his head unit have t-stablintied for
"II I khould die Ufore I wake. a reputation our-
a Fluuiitk-rlsli leaver: hat," and from Hulntviitrr Good It lou Like It. rives and our machm.-ii that is the tnvyof ail MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. PRICES CHEERFULLY QUOTES

t-'tintrr grows the Bickering light that periml onward there is frequent "When a man gets used to drinking )ther Our \'..,(" IluIII#' marhme has

Aa each ember slowly.dies, mention of "felt hattes.: rainwater." said a New Orleans man to lever l_nested as a family! mal.'hIllP.-lt ...

flaintively the birds ol night the Washington Post. "there is no other lands UIt'h.loflllllligl.rfC"f"fk..lDha'hmti. ;
.and ttaniUon! its tnPrits.fl. .
fill the air with saddening ctiea.L tiiU th4i5IA
Origin of "llooalrr." water in the world that tastes H> good. .#' \ttf lIom#'" fit the only realty BRO.
Over me they seem to
err An Indiana man who was being Most of the people In New Orleans HIGH GltADEtteicino Macli late ,

I' "You plead may :never If I more should awake"Lew die, taunted about the name of his state, have cisterns in their yards which hold A fin the market.: .. Dealers in i

"Ilooi-ier this of itvhen an abundant supply of water caught It is not'neof for us h)enter into a trustO '
"1 thee Lord my soul to take. r gave explanation :
guy New and Second Hand
wdit d >bu have Machinery.
I the our or |*y any as we ;,1
"\ the young men on the Indiana from the clouds the purest and best (
UV have
10 df >u to pay. never entered into
bide of the Ohio river went to in the world according to my notion. omr utiin with manufacturers of !low grade LAIii, : t'11'l1'I.II1t1D (. '

(0)). McWlithrof\al'hvillf'.1't'uD. Louisville! the Kentucky: men boastedover The winter rainfall alone is used thesummer iieapmarlmirk that arc made U> sell regartl-: One 12. t.t.r'e lower return ul.t'lar bllil..rllh tit : lIIor' 1b7 i II

who hits fine Citm catch desirable. It ? a of any nunnsio Dientt. IK> not be de- .. ..
at not
H orange grove them, calling them 'new purchase being P1Vt"tJht'n mal.'hiDt'.tOO'tfOnd Three 111\! t' ea''h. SIN. lit
you want sowing
and who! lire bt-eu nibkitig it his greenies.: and claiming themselves to is somewhat curious that in northern your money away from home; call on aeie On.. 7'0) II U tt.. It... ... .... . )II.INt

be a superior race, half horN halt alligator latitudes the cistern water does not "' home Dealer, he can st-tiyoua M" . 3UU 1111
Home for the |wt twelve months in and tipped off with snapping keep wholesome and sweet as it does otter machine for less than you eau purchase it 51t.. U at ii tu ...0"

company with L. 1 t:;. Hrouks of turtle. These taunts produced fightsin In our country." Isewlwre. If there la uo dealer near you, .. it II 01(1'': .
rnte dln.IIA. us. I. .
4U OJ'. tons: Lot r. GatlMlit
&U> uttri1, Ma***., who has a fine grove the market house and streets of A flat TruK.-Jr- I HENEWHOMESEWINGMACHINECOORAfMOE 10 II II t. "t '. . I In,1N1t :
Louisville. On one occasion stout
tin-re hundred t :I) u Atl.ts fire box hnih r. . I I.'ItNF'
rtw.uumis-ring nearly a !
choosmg a
Not long! ago a lady was MASS.
from Indiana waictor in
bully a
1n. 't todernn ta'heek. . . I MINI'
',01''ork., 111.,St Louis! MI ., Allan
hat with the usual uncertainty of mindas Chicago )
wrec, miii in spending the winter fi t .fiht; and having heard Colonel U, Uu., 'alias, Tex., Kin Francisco C'ul. FACIMX
to the kind of hat she wanted orwhether

there, uere |>leaftant visitors to Oealayesterday Lehmanowsky' lecture on 'The Wars of indeed she wanted n hat at t ____ ___ __ One 60 horse power Lane & Bo1ly . . Ii; it 1NI' .
Europe( who always gave martial I II 75 X. Y.8.r..IYuprlghl. . . ".iatlU

and were>o much |pleased< prowess( to the German hussars! in a all. After trying on nearly every model i II Ilk '' It Knll HiitoniHiii. ...... . itMd/M,

with ilie nieirojH.Jis' <>f the countytmttl t fight; with the Russian Cossacks, pronouncing in the shop she (pounced with glee on r-- .THE- .s::? .. 3o :'kinereentrr crank :;A .tit,

hussars: 'iMJonieri.: the In- one she had overlooked. "Here's something .. :!5" Kriedt>. Iii) ..*y I'Mini-e to maka r J'-"l ions pretty! she said. "Why did you M'CORMICI MARYESTING MACHINE
dhiuian.: when the Kentuckian cried( Sam'1: UERR'.GI.1Ct'NI) -W
of their visit.. ('<>1. MitWliitter informed 'EnoughT Jumped up and said: "1 ama not show tue this: before?" Without t

waiting for an answer she; appealed to COMPANY = -
un that he had made from hUgni hoosier.: : And hence the ludianians a --- -
her friend "There's some style -- -
were called by Unit aanie. This was: (iitit'irt
> tract llian Nix hundred d
its true origin. I was lu Hie state about this. Isn't there? How do 1 look?" j F. D. F'OOSER, Agent,'II", i of t-firllt-nt lmy "nl clad had! when it nfcurml.-Chlcaju; Chroiiicle.UK Tie! friend distinctly sniffed "It McMillan Bros

I makes you look a hundred and it's i OCALA, I LORI A.
(lie Mbit l-ttlul ..Iulautkt'tttf. .
dowdy she tail '-
Mr* \r\er .ft VfmleU"ttables very

MM., It J. OXeiK, of Pc-ustcola, i- never get sea.Mek. I havecarried The other tried the bat at another angle r k 1b'F,,' }t ; cr nMtt tIll"
"It is rather dowdy she admitted
thousands of them iu tny time
the ifuet t "'f l h'r> jmrt-utsi Pro and MrV. -*. said an American line steward:according at this Juncture. "Perhaps I won't Southern Copper Works.

\ II. \IUt'MII. Mrs OUVIIH was ocru to the Philadelphia: Record "and risk it after all"A rr ..,

in rough; weather I have seen their fathers voice from behind her made Its r.
roo'nsal Ihr lintel which
> iutf was ,
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mothers brothers and sisters third attempt to gain a hearing. "Ifyou' "". \ .. \, '':;t. Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
rtvfiilly l.urned IVnsacoU and star ftJ t .i.t. (
keel over like\ soldiers before a cannonball VI.' quite done with my hat It said : :.' I '. '

Batt all of htr fumiiiiie and l't'rtlt.u.1) ; but not &o with the babies.! very bitterly "I should rather like to ..::,t:..r.:' A \. t\ ,, ......_'
( and General Metal Workers.
totftlt'l" in he tire cud birel\ siapd Whether it be rough or smooth at put It on." : "> iI.I..; ; ", ::'p

: is excellent I IL.'i', :", ), f:
I II. sea a city always an "
with her lift'h.: .. win remain iuv lion She TnUr. "' 1. ,>: w' 1l
I sailor-rosy, jolly and with the appetite dt1
Dig':s Smith's wife is deaf and Old. l StilU taken in for
(1urcity come 'lime.Nathan ('1'a horse. Do you kuow the explanation I << exchange new on's. Patching
I, dumb. stated I bave hand
As before ou a
) of this singular! fact? It !III through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
Iilgs-DoI'I she talk with ter fingers cniiotttl of one and twohorMr Qlllw'r,
flay", formerly of O:>ala, as simple as the fact is strange lla-
I ? i, krc, sii-klf grinders and repair i wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
tut now a I'lomi.-itiK business bies don't get) seasick because they are and shall! have iu the It'll''
} 'Uug next
Diggs; -I guess so. Smith hasn't a parts following worksFAYETTEYILLE .. .
' accustomed to the rocking of the cradle. days lOad of hind-r..,
huh of t"uu'htltitld, "II a in the city dozen hairs left la his head.-Chicago a ear reaper.
I That movement is much like the threilders and every part pertaining

i <>u t.UaltHi"Hh.H.dli"! \\ hilt here roc-kins; of a ship. A baby aboard ship News. to nuke harT,. tine a ue.t'I''. N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
1 :.Vayotlo.Hd: a contract with the therefore! is merely a baby in an unusually Lumping It."My Rfinertit'er that the 'Icr."Tlukk

i big cradle and there Is nothingodd binder i, the only right ham) msehlUto
; coffee is not quite sweet JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE ALA.
t Florida Ferilliztr: Company for .
a on the llJarkt"I'Dt should you buy
to him about the rocking, for it is boarder.

i l"rgt quantity of frrtihzer for future! what he has been accustomed to all enough."Well remarked if you dou't the like new it you can any other. yoi are !are to be di* pjiointed. .
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\ delivery.iaiut,mile Kuu.Notwithstanding his life." lump it." retorted the cheerful idiot I I We defy and ehall 'nce the world to

pUNhins the baf sugar his way.New meet UII "m the harvest fi..ld. There

I i it is bleak and Tapai-ltr of Iloxn. York Timl So t- the place to !show what your machines -
! A llOxI Inches square and 4 1-5 FERN HILL RYE ;
I r are. Call and >>e me and I
blizzard, Bwejit ,.11.(11.10< > immiKrauiblandtd \ inches deep will contain one quart; S Too IlituKii. will f\Jf\ you points that will\ ( interest

i' ., were iu North Dakota from I Inches long b1 inches wide and 4 "I wish you had broken the news : you and !ave you monrj. Every

Inches deep, one-half gallon; 8 inches machine fold will h and
Euroi' I lust It does wi j h i more gently." sighed the editor as the put up H. ROSENTHAL &
year. Btt'1U1 long by S :2-5; inches wide and 4 lucbes tinted. before it i turned l over to you. SONS Distillers, Cincinnati 0.
nifice boy pied the first page by dropping
hi) the cii\iliex in Florida, with' deep one gallon; s inches square andS
the form down a flight!; of stairs.Caltituore .- F. D. POOSER Agent.
if rJrtematic! ttl'urt we ought to do I as :-5 inches deep,one lick; 10 inches long; American. 3-lb-dlt-wliii _" I -

by, S _-;) inches wide and S inches deep

r well. Some: of these immigrants II one-half bushel: ; IIi inches square andS S.rllhlu Hatter. I This is the Wiskey you hear people talking about

, I ought to t>lauded hrrr.Hon. :-5; inches deep, one bushel: 14 inches In times of cholera s, typhoid and other when they say ;'f hat Good \\ hiskey." It hat

-- t wide, :23 1-5 inches l long and It) inches
infectious diseases butter\! a dan- held its place at the head of the columnof
John Eagan! U. S. district deep, one and a half bushels; 21 inches I T. MURPHY
gerous thing to eat A tucdical man in
long by 1G inches wide and 14 Inches High Grade Goods for many years
I altointyfor tie western district uf Egypt gives this recipe for making it
deep two and a half bushels; 21: inches on what?
harmless: Sterilize the local article by I
Florida I is dead. He
f brother
was a long by ItJ inches wide and 2S inches
standing: it In a covered jar surroundedby
i of the Lie IVuuis and deep, five bushels.
Kagau was I boiling water which should be allowed :I, Machine\ and Iroi>) \Vor ;s.I IT'S MERIT !

fifty two j urs of age.: He had been to simmer for two hours. The
\\heut and the Uoy. I

111 ld'litics in this stale for u long \nilie-ra, what docs "good: anwheat" jar should then be put on ke and the I
butter beaten with an egg whisk untilit t.f J't-ar' mean? becomesolid again. Iron, Hm.- and IJron/o (':i'.t- STRAUSS & CO
l'l-Uon't: bother m'l1IiePa ,

\\ \Vonien and Their Trouble ino": ; lIat'hhuHlttllaaHf"ru
The Atlanta Journal expres"ts: thecornet would you say I was as

"good as wheat?" Once upon a time two women were Shop*: JJariiif ;IIK! Un il.I Distributors.Ocala

('I'inion it is i* lung way Pa-I might after you were properly talking over their troubles, and while I .
ruul Itepair .
frau Cleveland) tu Hr'an.hJ it thrashed and that's what will happento one was telling; her tale of woe the I i

It don't Other was; impatient to tell hers. U 617 E. St Jacksonville
luiKhthave.: trulhfully added that it you you stop asking queatlon8I'btlsdelphia very 610 Say FI"I ll.l
I'rt'ss.Tit" Finally, after several unsuccessfulatteuipts.

U uphill ,all the way -Sj arU laluuaelite. I' the second woman managed : .
Lucky Man In the Cane."Do .
tell her and she bad the I
to as
I remember :Miss the
you Slay
girl who had such a bad disposition? last say she improved very much on i r To Cure Cold One Cures Cripb

." Hit re I Is a rumor that the girls", will I' Well she is married." the tale of the first woman in consequence a inTake Day Two D yv

of which the first .
ri err blillboM>m shirts next Bummer. "IndeedYho! Is the lucky man!" speaker was

6 "l'rt>tl." made quite unhappy. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A PlI on every
If they hbd beta a iiiau they would MoraL-Some /
women are more
"Why. he is the one she discarded. I Seven M23oa taxes sold la 12 This (9.c box. 2SG
r kuow better than to do tub: in Bum. "Just so. That Is why I say be .IM wretched than others because the others post montii. Signature, rav'>!J

troubles than they have
have more
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    ; THE ( )r ALA BANNER, FEBRUARY Ii. iw:{

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    , PERA TORS' AND ALABAMA OUTPUT OF COAL. I SULTAN WON\ FIGHT Annual Convention Meets In Cincinnati -,I'

    Will Aggregate Between 10,000,000 and jtue Application for Tax Deed under See-
    With 153 Delegates.
    non 3 of Chapter Laws of Florida.

    MINERS'' CONTEST 10,250,000 Tons. I AFTER HARD BATTLE : Cincinnati Feb. 3.-The annual convention .---- : fr4-. -: \TuTICE: IS HEREBY 4v GIVEN THAT.

    BIrmingham Ala.., Feb. 3.-Witiln I of the United Brewery Work S----- '-' ; : i> R.)m. Bullock purchaser of Tax Certificate
    I ers convened today: when li>(> delegates N": -,.-!. dated the 7th day of August A, D.
    another week! the officIal figures of I :- .. has Died said certificate in my oficeitul

    Settlement Differences May the output: of coal In Alabama during Pretender to Morroco: Throne i, from all parts of the country -. i-. ma,tc application for tax deed to issue in aoonl&nce -
    were : with law. Said certincate embrace
    the yar iy\ >2 wiLl have bevn compiled present j :ue !following: described property situated ia

    S Be Long Delayed. i In the office of State Mine. Insptctor In Flight I The committee on credentials re- f.i-.on ounty. Florida. tomt.C :

    -- I J. deB. ported favorably on all the delegates j : mniccang 16 27 chains west of a part 6.79
    Hujper.Assisust .
    .h..m. xjuth of
    : ACTION BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. : Inspector J. M. Gray whoIs SLAUGHTER WAS VERY GREAT. except the 14 from New York who are ,*".hoJ 15 range northeast 22, thence corner ol east section 210 fevt t%, .

    I not accorded seats. The delegates Lorta ..c feet, west no 1 feet south 1,5 feet
    compiling the figures announced i l he .,.wi! land being assessed at the date of
    ***'I. CommiUte I I. at Work the had no one contesting their seats. but L'.c i uancc: o( such certincate in the oCMr
    jf*>t ( that output for the :year 'AI; l aggregate Ce-cperaticn at a Critical Moment of 1 OMBC
    it was claimed the unions which they -. John E Walton.
    1.1"8. Ou D4an4$, but ItS : bttwt n 10.000.000 and 10.250-:; the Bern Ourean Tribe, Whose Detection t '_r n ,_.r r. :'mi'*? bujks, ('n't es said certificates hall! be redeemedirjmg **- S

    w) ) tons. stowing an Ineiease of more represented were not loyal; that the b. men who know, te.l: to law. tax deed will be issued tlerrto
    W1l. 01 rpriiing If Settlement : ; Sultan Had Previously Purchased New York locals had attempted to S Dn the Jdd day of February A. D. 1903.
    than 1.IH.OIIO tons as compared to the % j a., a I outPotash \\ une :> my official Miniature: and seal tins the
    Vtitftin VtMVi Time. have the American Federation of Labor .-: dd\of D, .
    c. production during the year 1W2 as Won Fight. 1903.l
    I annul the charters of the National I (seal!) &.T. SISTRUNK.l .
    P *. 3,-'!* Indiana, compared to what they did In 1901. :- Clerk Circuit Court Marion County.
    '"3 United Brewery Workers' with view
    |aaju a. There Tan ler. Feb. 3.-The features of : a I
    wwe several new mines opened
    > Peanaylva- I fD
    1..II.u to securing recognition themselves as ,
    O' during the past year and several of the suitan's victory Thursday over the 1 .. ..
    .. ,.,... ,.;.. ' and miner took the national organization.The Th! '; are needed! by every manu : NOTICE.

    jst! "... behind doted toow! the old mines had their capacity increased forces of the pretender Bn Hamara, sessions today were spent in ; ','j i ,i"i i ue:d irui a p\: ai 1 1i'i
    ') u'.ci.ixs to get the must ou:
    hoJtttl today and the consldrably. shoe that the battle was stubbornly ,., S
    _O' t.I..h discussing this matter and other reports -- A them.Tv.ey.
    S Z The during 1901 la trc Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit

    : u,at M *'" 'unimittee ia M work production aggre- contested and that the former's success and in hearing arguments on : ;'./
    . r' ifcrofc'ir.1C l"r ttj* d.-AdA. It will I gated 8970.617 tons. The production was largely due to the cooperation I the jurisdiction of the engineers team t,. (.KMKU: WOSK"r I Char. Miller complainant vs. Preotfc u.
    U -v: ".'"' 1( ."UtoBWK U ma4pr during the first month of this at a critical moment of the Ben drivers and other unions. 93 :>auua Nrvrt Vw York Cheeney.. al defendants.IT .

    ._ year !has been large and if the same Ourean tribe. whose defection from ..: ..- .....""n' _"Y 1IIII IS ORDERED THAT PREXTISS D.
    .I.i .. ':'t2 ; :.:.........---'
    It is that an A Cheeney. Mane C Martinez Mildred K.VanderpooL .
    output is kept figured
    ,. t .u. *tt- .*. ado that the up the rebels the sultan had previous! BYRNE'S NOMINATION. Eugene Vanderpool. Wm XlcCabe:
    increase of 1.500.000 tons will -- -- -- -- -
    .. .t- : ..p...*u>rt will not get to- over purchased.The defendant. herein named be and they are here
    $ I be secured this year as against the j.y required to appear to the bill of complaint in
    the conbaa artillery of the imperial forces Senate Committee
    j.qt.4 ti 'hit Joint vase en Judiciary Recommends Heading and Talking. satdcauseon S

    "'t.: '> !. now' hW fIOPther production of 1901. heard Three from or fourpla.ees but which were commanded by the minister Rejection. Heading will be of little Use without Monday the second day of .Var
    lilt : ".- r... .U go to piece before are yet to be of war. El Menebhi. consisted of Washington. Feb. 3.-The senate conversation and coU'erSltionnll be It i*ordered that a copy of this order be published -

    I ..... ', : .* lt'W. There U Assistant Inspector Gray certain asserts be that eight Maxims and four Krupps. The committee. on judiciary today agreed apt to run low without reading. Reading in the once Ocala: a Banner.week for eight consecutive weeks
    will for
    ... ,..rat.[ ,- iff: r ac* Ww *n the production over sultan's troops opened the attark early to recommend that the nomination of fills the lamp and conversation Done this the 9th day of January. A.. D. lop).
    k l ()(lOOOO S. T. SISTRUNK.
    ' 40 all.n.'w, ',n.anik ol the operators in the morning and shortly afterwardthe William Byrne for United Slates district lights it. Heading is the food of the Clerk Circuit Court.

    ',4....:. Iv ( -.. D.JnlIUa: : 01 the miners. It pretender's: camp was asaiW in attorney of Delaware be rejected. mind and conversation the exercise, H. L. AXDEISOX. Solicitor
    SCHOLARSHIP. Complainant's 113
    "..,4" ir! .* a .i.<, flrht over the run of the rear by the Bend Ourems In and as all things are strengthened by

    Lal- ....,. : -luatwW of the mltu I of spite of the surprise and disadvantage This action was taken after quite exercise so is the mind by conversation.

    f eau ..U..tohew..*. *; pick and I First For an American Awarded to of the position the rebels stubbornly an extended dlrsussioa! There we shake off the dust and stiffness NOTICE.In .

    B.riUn: m.ajnx and the ftat Increase I Eugene Lehman. I maintained their ground and desperate The ground for the action of the of a retired scholastic life. Our

    .f }.> r w ,''ot m th* wag*.* of outside New York. Feb. 3.-The first Cecil fighting continued for three: hours. committee was the connection of opinions are continued or corrected by the Circuit Court of the Firth: Judicial reut1

    M, ..w..ilatmr The brunt of this Rhodes scholarship in Oxford awardedto I The slaughter was very great. The Byrne with Delaware politics. the good opinions of others points are of Florida,in and for Mar.un County,

    IgM .:1tall!l ..p.<-aJly! oa the mln- an American has been given to Eu- remnants of the rebel army then It was agreed to delay the report in argued. doubts are resolved difficulties in Chancery.

    ... aad op ratur* of the Ohio and gene HeStler! Lehman a Yale graduate broke abandoned the camp and tIed order to give the president an oppor cleared directions given and frequent j. Walter Hood Complainant.. Eliza Hood

    %''cni Du'lvaalt district. of the class of 1902. I In the direction of Tazab. The imperial tunity to withdraw the noroln*J n ly hints started which if pursued, Defendant.

    He is the son of the late Morltz Lehman -o troops are -pursuing the fugitives Masked Men Rcb Aged Couple. would lead to the most useful truths, To Eliza Hood. Defencaut .

    WHOLE FAMILY DROWNED. a wholesale tobacco dealer of I and if Bu H= '-1S not among Nashville Ky., Feb. 3.-Masked na like a vein of silver or gold which directs YOU A ARE HEREBY RMjriKBD! TO Af-
    pear to the bill of complaint! filed herein
    Pu&hlo. Cola After graduating last I the slain his ca; .. ,' is confidentlyexpected. at }tt. Gilead Fleming county: entered to a mine.-\Vashmgton Times. against you in the above emit:ol cause on or

    EmifrM Car PrectD&t ted Into the June. Lehman come to this city and the house of John B. Furrow and demanded before
    El of Monday, the Zit,! 1ai'oj .'/_ :? A.D :<>;.
    MtMiwippi River. took in philosophyin Menebhi Is pushing on towards money Mr. and Mrs. Fer City of Three KIng
    a graduate course It is further ordered that of this order
    bLur,. Mt. ....b. J.-J. ILg Columbia. Last Decembet he made Tazab with the object of entirely row whom they found asleep. The Do you know what city has been be published once a week a tor c.y i.'tr consecutive

    ..... ( N-ioa. MUM, aDd all hisIIaiIJ application to Governor Orman. of Colorado crushing! the rebellion and punishing aged couple gave them a purse containing given the name of the City of Three weeks in in Marion the Ocala Banner Florida., a newspaper published -

    a,*. m BumtMtr. wer drovned who had two of Cecil Ithods'scholarships t.te disployal tribes. He reports he $50 but the robbers icsistefi KingIt is Cologne, iu Germany, Witness! my band county and !seal of office Un the

    S a h I .ar WhiCh broke kyw from to dispose of. has found the rebels much mow numerous on having more money. They aiid the reason is that it is in Cologne 2oth day January, A D.. 1905.
    (seal) S. i SISTRfXK.
    t twitrt M.ine oa DM Yldutrarg. Lehman's credentials, Touched for than expected. but that he captured them both and even shot Mrs. that the three "kings." or "inagi" or Clerk Circuit Court.R. .

    ?'* an4 Pacific tnclln lat :. by Yale. stood higher than ey of all their war ammunition ThereIs but found no more money Fart'O"Ir'l "wi**; men" who cauie to Bethlehemto B. BULLOCK Complainant's solicitor. i jj

    ..M alltl ran 4owa M Incline OT Ttru. those submitted by 200 other appli- I grot rejoicing at Fez as a resultof their escape. Mrs. Farrow's offer gifts to the infant Jesus are

    fr tk .-'.-r M_ Delta and laW the cations. the victory of the sultan's forces. Is sold to be fatal. supposed to be buried.
    According to an ancient legend, their
    .!" : ri'r.t Lehman will now enter Oxford next

    4 Tlf" '.. .... of St. PAUL'S ROUGH PASSAGE bones were brought from Milan to Cologne -
    : & J'OUftl man. autumn. lie is a pupil of Dr. Felix Knoxvllle'3 New Passenger Station.

    S .. I ,*,t rnuii4aboy.haveo Adler. and It is his Intention to study i Knoxville. Tenn., Feb 3.-The newrssenger by the Emperor Frederick Bar- In matter of estate of Julia P. Johnston deceased

    tar .-r. remvvt archbishop Cologne.
    rt.. r and the east with a- view to their Stormy Weather. way in this city, built at a cost ol .>.> tors legatees distributees and all jxrsm
    1 .,.. 1-at III "Ithout a pan11e1In Visitors to the cathedral are shown having claims or demands against MU! estateto
    amelioration. New York Feb. 3.-The American J100.000 was formally opened this the souls of the stud- present the same to the undersigned wuhm
    supposed magi,
    t '.: .. ,.fln. T Ia.It beard of two years.
    .. liner St. Paul arrived here from morning. It is the handsomest sta ded with diamonds and inscribed with This the :23rd day of January. 1903.FRANCIS .
    i IAL I. .ill .h r "Ii for .1ataDce.
    CONFERENCE OF tion the entire Southern
    :Southampton: and Cherbourg having on system and the wise men's names in rubies. A. HOWSE.
    .!I.. t. "L sth:' JIIg helplessly by I. required 16 months for construction. 1-jO-St; Admiutstratr.s.ADMINISTRATOR'S .
    .o .. been delayed by extremely bad weath- .
    II I .::1\1' him Under Prevision of Cecil
    Scholarships The steamer left Love riant
    er. Southampton
    I !'Liflflt..r1iflt 1bney a.tI Castro's Troops Meet Defeat. .
    i Rhodes' Will Considered. I at noon Jan. 24 and soon after a crack New York Feb. 3.-President Castro's Plants used in lore divinations are !NOTICErOTICE .
    I >f I fort it willing work- -
    Atlanta. Feb. Representatives I was foand la one of the cylinder: caps. have the common. In many parts of Englandand
    > S S arw! tn r..aote the bodies of educational institutions of nine troops says correspondent -
    The defect proved so serious that Scotland the familiar south..mwUdd IS HEREBY CIV HI TOLL
    of The Herald at Willemstad is- \
    c ar u it tl 1"atM t about in the ,
    southern states met in this city this Captain Jamison decided have is known as "lad's love" "ladlovelass" i, creditors, legatees and 'i.-r.t tntees to pre
    r\ r n..t.mi Bowing itself half. afternoon in conference called by : to it land of Curacao met with defeat at sent their account and dr'iwsigned ,..lto the under
    a "lads' love and lasses' de
    before or administratrix of of
    repair proceeding on the voy- i-- relate J.
    51' .t. It' th.> wrfat-e of the water Dr. George ELParkin of Toronto. Canada After the hands of the Venezuelan revolutionists li.lltnother British name fur the Feaster. deceased. within the! nit two year.
    age. a delay of 10 hours the
    at a point 40 south of the will be barred
    ar. : T r'ng! under miles or : same
    for the purpose of considering engineer made the necessary repairs plant is "olllman's love" or simply "old This 3d day of December. : :
    J H l I. a farmer from e'toD.I' Caracas.
    the conditions for granting scholar fit, V. FEASTEH.
    t from its recommended by
    I I and the steamship got under way mail,
    m t." 'Ij,>ught to hare had bis fam.1 15-s-St Aiminutratni.
    under ---
    ships to Oxford university, Eng., again passing the Needles at 10:23 Pliny. In Woburu, 11:1sthis herb is
    ily IB thtmigrant car with him when provisions in the will of the late Oil of nattlt.nate: *. "
    o'clock at night. callttl !IUJS' love, and it is that lic
    lit plunged deMh. the oil of rattl NOTICE.In S
    was to I In Pennsylvania
    Cecil Rhodes. The St. Paul arrived at Cherbourg :girl tucks a bit in her shoe she will
    The drowned maa'. learned is most carefully as a
    name was held behind closed eaakes preserved
    The meeting was
    the nrst she
    at 1:47: o'clock of the morning of Jan- marry boy meets.
    throucb! a fmght waybill\ of freight : but the result of the conference liniment especially\ good for sore joints the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof
    doors 25, too late to take on passengers. She Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill. Florida in and for :Marion county
    tralc Nil; 31. part of which train tt and for rheumatism. In procuring the in
    will be made public when a decision Chancery silting
    was. therefore obliged to wait Washington. Feb. 3,-The
    for saadrj
    WM that ra d"wa the Incline I is reached. daylight oil the dead snake is nailed head and The Peoples Building Loan and Investment
    finally passing out of the harbor The fat civil appropriation bill. reported to th Association ot Honda Complainants vs.
    tail to a board and cut open. et al. Defendant
    During the meeting it is said that Caesar A A Taylor
    at 7:52 o'clock in house today by Representative
    the Cannon
    morning. and laid cloth InUlP. IS ORDERED: THAT CAESAR A. A
    GHOULS ON TRIAL is taken out upon IT
    will decide the .
    the educators upon From the channel she ran into stormy from which the filtered oil chairman of the house committee Taylor one of the defendants hrmn Bame4
    age limit. the terms of examinations hot sun. he and he is hereby required to appear to tb*
    , Firtt .f Famous Grave Robbing weather which was continued through drips into a jar. From fear that the on appropriations. carries an aggregate bill comalaint in said cause on
    and the time and place for holding .Vomdar. the ittd dav / .ti'ak. A. D..
    out heavy westerly swells makinga have bitten itself the clear appropriation of J78.007.9S?, 19I'J
    Cite at 'Indianapolis. i them. reptile may: Ills timber ordered that copy of this wcr
    ; ). te.anallOl1t.!: | rod., Feb. '1 1Th. very rough passage. After leavingthe oil is tested by dropping a portion of it which is JS.8S6.432 less than th* estimates be published once a week for four coaaeauivc
    3.'I'I Quarantine station and $17423.670 more tfcajfti" weeks in the Ocala Banner
    the St
    ( !:'I&. of the ftrat of the now I Jennings Makes Appointments. Paul into milk. If it floats in one globule, it Done this the 2&th day January. A. D.. i.*>JSBAI.1
    1 anchored off Tompkinsville. State is regarded as unaffected; if, on the current appropriation. The committee [ S T. SBTRCNZ,
    '\11 frave robbing rue* was begun ,
    Fla. Feb. Governor
    Tallahassee. Island and displayed two black flags other hand. It breaks into beads and recommends an appropriation;: ofL00G,0fl0 Clerk Circuit Court.TrLirs .
    tft., hec Joseph C Alexander was civil E. floGs Complainant's Solicitor.
    Jennings has made the following
    indicating that she was not under com. CUrdles the milk. it is Judged, to be poisonous $ for the relief of tie: distress
    am th
    .n"1 i in criminal court to answer appointments: C. F. Fairbanks.
    maad. She remained at anchor about and thrown away. ic. -ttippthos,
    ?.) four tvMints in a grand iUTYtid'imtt commissioner! of
    : of Chicago to 20 minutes and then started for her NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

    ne ease bide fair to be i ifr deeds of Florida In the state of 1111- pier. The Conductor* Hontit HB t"otr. --------- -'---

    U. r ttnnr of ra*' that will take I John Stewart. of De Funiak.
    A conductor of a Sixth avenue car fratesatcmal.m Department of the Interior Laud Office atGainesville.

    a&nq to dIspose of. I to be inspector of timber and lumber MILES' VISIT TO WINDSOR. during a lull In the ringing of fares. : FU., February 2.1903.

    Ic th* city nine men are under In- of Walton county. E. T. Levy stood passing coins from one hand to E.BIGGS.ATTORXEYATLAW.. VOTICE* IS HEREBY GIVEN TEAT THE:
    cttrtmp map. of them in ..t.. __ following named s"ttler has filed wXice of
    Jail charged be for
    I of Live Oak. to notary public
    Lieutenant General the other, turning up the date of each
    Pleased With His his intention to make final proof ia wpport of
    with c!<'ra tating te grareyanlaMount the state at large. S. P. Hlginboth- coin as he did so. "There are more his claim. and that said proof will or made before

    I Indianapolis. Among those am. of Jacksonville to be fish and Reception .by King. ways of making money than by 'knock (Office in Gary-Agoew Block.) Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala: Via oa

    OCALA. F[- BID*, Mark ift/i ,
    ekanitth hrtng members of the game warden for Duval county. Allen :m1lon. Feb. Lieutenant General ing down' fares." he remarked. noting _____ iyo
    viz RAVSA D GILES Candler. Fla..tlome-
    itvui t
    *.f rhi' tans and one nndertakker.TW of Lake City and L. J. Owens of "Any greenhorn cnn pocket a and north half of southwest quarter ol section
    S Windsor said to
    a representative of ATIORNEY-AT-IAW. 25. township f south. range 23 east.
    majority (,' the aoeused aN E- Cassia to be notaries public for tht the Associated Press: dozen nickels .in collecting 120 fares in He names the following witnesses to rove
    Room Masonic BuiMmj Ocala Fla. 5281
    5P0. Many bodies 4 his residence and cultivation
    wrrr pscorerfriaHw state at large. built for forty-eight continuous upon
    passengers _.
    I "The king received me most cordially -- - .- ---- of said land. viz ; Richa'd a. Hall. TIKMU
    the rtptniona of the ghouls came I recalling pleasant memories of but a man has got to know somethingto DWIN SPENCER. Hall. Andrew Jackson. James D. Pope aU of
    our F:
    l.chr! Grim Reaper Pursues Family. spot a coin thnt has a premium val Belleview. Fla.
    visit here the
    at time of the jubilee W C. JlUBI SON.l .
    Moultrie. Ga., Feb. 3R. Suggs a aDd ue. It's surprising bow many more or ATIOItN EY-AT-LAW, Register.Assessor's .
    spoke as friendly of America.
    I INCIDENT as ever -
    HAPPILY CLOSEU.Tti resident of west Moultrie died Wednesday He showed keen interest in the less rare coins pass current without OCALA. 7-8-y FLORIDA.

    -- : night. Mr. Suggs died of pneu falling into the hands of some one who
    far east on which subject I Appoi. tment$
    &eok was able 1 D FULLER.: .
    Goittrovtrv In Alabama I monia. .Irs. Suggs died Thursday knows their value. This was suggest } ,

    Lspsiatr l Ended-Salary Raised. morniifg a.bout4 o'clock There wag to give him information. Altogether ed to me one day. and I took to studyIng DENTIST.Over I will beat the following place at
    it was a most pUsasant l visit
    MuLtgoitjery Aja., Ftb J.-The sen.Str less than 12 hours between the deaths. the catalogue of dealers in rare Ocala, Fla. the time elated, to receive rtlurruofre
    hi.. "The king said he hoped the prince Munroe& ChambUss Bank. and personal! property and agricultural
    .'4.1Iit'.1 the bill IOC"'t"lUln the Mrs. Suggs died of pneumonia. Mrs. coins and memorizing the dates of
    and princess of Wales wonM be able as the law requires:
    $4irT. 'r nrpgrt
    salary to JSmio. it has Suggs had been in a delicate state of those that are worth more than the M. THOMFSsOJf.
    t(", to visit America. !'iotlJl:;:. toTeTer. J rtnatait1903.\ .
    I'.j both houas and goes to health for a number of months. The prices stamped on them. Since then I -

    :' th.- *<" -nor for his signature. family were all sick with fever last is definitely settled. have picked out of the money I have PHYSICIAN AND fRGKOS. Kendrick ............ ......:!\Ionday! 2 a. m

    I ::4l T:... :'t.' .,:.nt between General John- 'Jiree daughters died form General Miles declined to discuss taken in tares several hundred coins Office over Tea-pot Grocery. OPP. Mon'.ezuma. Martin......... ......... Monday 2 p. m.

    I I. .111. Pr. fall and either the Venezuelan or the P".J1ippmequestions. OCALA. FLA.f. Lowell ......... ......... Tuesday 3 a. m.
    flit iident Pro Tern. Goldby with a premium value ranging from a
    II Its effects. There Is still another. --- Reddick................. ..Tuesday 3 p. m.
    "" iwd. General Johnston ; daughter who Is at the point of deathat By what tie! general; '" few cents to $5 and have redeemed J CHASE. !\ ......... ......... Wednesday {
    term .
    w a mistake
    : h'* request for the refer- them with my own money and sold .
    this time. ( entral------------------ Tuursday a, p. m.
    .e, .? bib to the com- on the part of soaeuody here," them to dealers in coins."-New York DKXTIsT.OCALA. Flemingtou ...... ...... Friday 6, a. m.

    a!t.'n constitution and Senator Two Sentenced to Swing Mrs. Miles was not invited to Wljidsoj Times. I __ -- -FLA.------ --- FairBeld! .................... Friday, p. m.
    == =-
    lt a*',.r mov
    a ni.uf on flea nee. Campbell a negro, was convicted Friday Frlt-ei For >ermon Santos...... ............... Monday 9, p. m.

    Th I Much has been said of the practice Belleview......... ......... TUfliday 10
    t a* satufa.' ory to all concern in the court of general sessions in THREW KISS; FELL DEAD. LT.ALLELM.D.
    .< ar.i ,. of buying; and selling sermons a pracrice I Pedro school house Wed. 11. a. m.
    most senaaltonsJ incident Greenville of the murder of Blanche
    by the way. of no very special il >uminerfieldednr lay 11, p. In.
    ** "h.'n. ; U tone and leaves Dial, a negress which took place last Fatal Honeymoon Trip of Bridal Pair novelty. Just before Toplady was L OCULIST and ALR1ST.Mjnrur..j i (', a. OJ.I .

    D. r." 'vinj! i h except notice to all fall in a restaurant in Washington Ends Fatally. about to be ordained Osborne the bookseller i -bawaha! ........ Thursday 12, p. m.

    "tr. -r;. I /Jat/ U. state uniform text- street that cty. Judge Purdy sentenced : Denver. Colo.. Feb. 3.-With a kise the friend of Johnson.. offt-ri'd HJ'.C', Ocs'.a: ti <:M=-> E stlat.......................Friday 13, a. to.

    '.' "\'rt! II a very live w1re Campbell to be hung on Friday, of his hand to his bride Vanallea Xick- to supply him with a stock of original; I! T..::rC' ;... .., \Veir.dale..........-......_Friday 13, p. m.

    IE.-J Feb. 27. Joe Keenan a negro convicted orson a Wall street broker and a sound sermons for a trill "I would 111 Drawdys . Saturday H, a. m.Lmadale .
    New j .. .:=-tt..l.7'L't J. school bouse Sat 14, p. m.
    of the murder of a white farmer prominent York clubman. turned secondhand clothes." was 1 .L1 ,
    KILLED 8V half around and fell sooner buy I ._ ..- Mots Bluff............... Monday 16, a. m.
    CAR. named Wiillmon. has been sentenced headlong dead be offendi-d
    the tart reply. "Don't Klectra.... ......... Monday IB, p. m.
    M,., to be hung ia Greenville on the same I I on the walk in front of 1315 South said OsbortH "I have st>!d many to a DR. ALEXANDER'SduhLL Lynn...... ............ Tuesday Ii.& m.

    Dav..portr.u..t* with Fatal Ac- late. Fourteenth street Death resulted bishop." The price of :rmous, :is uf Urah-imville..-.........Tu.snay 17, p. m.". at Piedmont S. C. from heart failure. all else has varied with the tillw". IK154o Couuor .....--..-....Wwlue!*day 18, a. ...
    '' ". :" 8 C. Feb. 3. Mrs. Xickerson saw her husband I Trilcile hiiu-
    -While New French Ambassadcr. a bishop of Llaudafl received fr..i: I Salt !*pnngB, school

    **.. r it.-oq a trestle on the WashingtOn Feb. 3. M. Jusserand. fa.1 She thought he had fainted and the cLurchwardenb of ::?t. I ThurMiay, 19, a. 11').

    th- .= >!]" .>rn ralwty at Piedii the new French ambassdor who arrived I ran out to see him. Whea sh!'- raised: weu.nster.! : for a seruioa on the .1:1- S Apo-i.e: ,"'-:1..n ". a-j'-srectire ,rMalaria.Chilli Kerr'ity---------------Thursday 19! p. s.

    ".. V T'. tsi ...... . Friday :)J, a, m
    hs head .t..i.s pciD1. e
    Par and no
    .p..rt an'i a pike price 2s. 4<1.: a ;:;i.- and Fe'er. '-< :
    *." k night, I her -, I- ,, An', i'-ro!'C. AvPetirer, a1 itrrL.Brings ..:.!*- Daisy ......... ........Friday 20, p. iu.
    grief cau.' : lir 'loc.c.;
    ; .
    a litadrti hire
    iy Iar with called at the state department: today lV sr.t:" 0.1.II '- i l.i,: I : vine, eightpence. and boat I 21 a. in.
    : : :renk'wu. Ft. McCoy..Saturday ,
    fr : ky"m.le5alic'-I
    .- \r4 ht j tti the ground a accompanied by M. Boeufve, the chsn. II and sob volex.rv. ;.. .' .i 3s. 4d In the seventeenth cen- the pe g'.ow 13 :.1 Td cheefa ; nukca weak Anthony...........................Momla> 'LIl' !

    I -.S\1 .: ; t1 cellor of the French embassy. The Mr. Xickerso': ;:.0 :: ".' : ::: .. ..Ii I .'y seruumb seem to have valued children fit and heany. parr.....................Tuesday 24, a. in
    ..! to !:jl-: ;,ath resulted an ambassador speaks English perfectly I York last Septt : T: -' _.0 L .. about 5 shillings!! each. i Tablet form; tasteless; easy to take. Gieenwood ...Tuesday :.1. \,. in.

    art. I. and had half an hour conversation with have since been on their honey moon Strike of Carpenters. ( Price C3 et:. Trial Size 25 cts. Citn. ...... Wednesday 25. a. III.
    :.. ...\ ... t''' '. '.0' : r'-! -; S-retary Hey No date beg yet tten i i trip that brousht: thorn thnn.-h: *!h wnkesbaxre, Pa., Feb. 3.-Six hun i Orange S;'rings. Thursday H. !i.
    I ,
    V .' YeHowstore Park .** > Alexander's Lifer Regulator cures Biliousness Oeal&.Fri. and SilL 2'iI::t j i-
    { I'.. TVArizo2 > Dr.
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    '1", .. .. ::u for his presentation at the white ,:"-, l "arpenters in the Wyoming valu ,Torpid Liver Constipation, Sick Headache The lf w rquires! all retnr.- '., -
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    \1 S ,.. !h 'Se. but this will not take place bemtidle I ,... ,. ,- .'. .. :>*\ :-t 00* on strike today because Pitcs 25 Cuta. For sale fei made t,., 'J it- tint of April.
    'tLJo, 4 r: : .: :. : ', :- : :-. .v '
    of the week aeeDftt' <
    S ,J :- : &cto"5 refused te grant them: ALFRED< :
    a. : 11 man ... .. z X \ .
    a u S: S >{-n: ; :..;. : <*;. r e :' .., |250 to ?5 a tliJ'. Wm. Anderson Druggist Ocala, Fla.. .S la\ Assessor SIsn.! S it < S

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    L: 1 i THE OCALA BANNER, FEBRUARY 6. 1903.

    I -Tfc*SLAVES H*.nlt of OF Women FURNITURE.Being Afraid '''' """""'",,,,,,,, '" "'",,,"",,,,,,,,,,,,,,"" """""""''''''''''","""" V'

    of Deetleii and Mice.
    t --- A
    It man !Is the slave of a dog woman --- ...
    1* the slave of furniture. If women --eASE "
    d y
    only knew how much more prncoful
    and the only way Is to appeal to their ::: JAKE i-3 ;

    ranlty-they would be reclining on the
    !your, they would never sit up on chairs ;
    .r round a table.! That this is fundamentally
    true is proved by the fact j'
    that they are never so happy as at a
    picnic! whore there are no chairs and
    tabloa. I really believe that the craze .1
    fur putting everything on something ---- -- __ -- ii
    lore the floor-by which I mean tat LL = ___ __ u ___ ___ ___ ._ _,_ ______ iiy
    bits cadet. ird etc.-crew from the
    outrun of HUvpraff In ugly cumber-
    one and dirt collecting! beds instead of
    on the floor. Of course the reason why '
    women do not sleep on the floor !Is be-
    eauM they are afraid of beetles and ;
    mice and other harmless things. Women
    thereftire. having invented the bed --till ..
    taveiitfd the table to stand by It. and 9 .
    .... ,
    thus spread the habit of putting everything $ t .. ..
    M>ove the level of the floor. ..- e.a ---1J y
    Woman's original, Pin of being afraid
    ft black beetles and mice costs man 3I
    more than all the royalty, armies na-
    v1. pension ILsts. prisons, poverty.
    rhAollng.. national debts and wan of --- .
    Europe. --- --- ...
    lam sure I am not patting! it too high tIJ>- .... ...._ ..
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    when that the cost of fur -- .
    say average ..
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    niture IMT house la $1.000, and if the --- ..

    world would only agree not to cumber -.-.-- ........ .....
    t tti rooms with beds and tables, Bidet .
    fcoanla, cabinets and chairs our ground ------. .-.-...- ...... '-
    TKtits would be about halt what they
    ; : err and the overcrowding of our clUes G -- :::: "it,
    ! I would tome down proportloo Wy.TKanestlo .- ...
    f .. Blunders of Women." .-. ....
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    t j f Religious Making examination It Clear.papers era an E : KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE i '

    adent and unfailing source of joy. .
    --- ...... .
    t The latest one to be put In evidence t.< .- I : I --- ..
    coined! from an Lngilsh church training t : __ I
    college. Candidates for admission are .4
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    > squired to give In writing: some account :
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    of the religious instruction they 0 i I I i I -.. .4t :
    luxe received and a recent answer to --- I I I I ...... ...
    the first two formal questions ran as I I f I .
    follows: I I I \
    ''t Question: What instruction have you I !

    Lad In religious knowledge! t HH1J1E I
    Answer: Noue. TEAPOT !
    Question: By whom was it given!
    Answer: By the vicar.
    .' The thing might have been expressed
    more logically but uu< much more I 'I --- ..
    i clearly. I HH'w I I ...... .-
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    Don't Let Them Suffer. -.. ...
    I 1 Often children are tortured with I I : : --- ..
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    i i tehing and burning eczema and other : I ..... :
    akin diseases but Bueklen's Arnica 1, I i !. i I I : --t .....
    --- I : 'I 1, ----- ....
    Salve heals the raw sores,expels inllam s-- .--
    ation, leaves the skin without a near. ...... I ,' i: I I I .-..-.. -

    '' Clean, fragrant,cheap, there's no salveon e- ; I I I ....
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    f .; earth as good. Try it. Cure gaurnterd. ....... 1 I ..... '
    > Only _5c at Anti-Monopoly -- I I w .-- 11

    \ :: Drug Store. 4 == : I = ...
    ; c--.*--- .....r.. I : -- I I! = .
    ')' Pby.lolodral AntoKrapn. I .
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    J Every human being carries with him --- I 'I': I' '.'. ''' .... ."
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    1 from his: cradle to his grave certain I I
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    t phyblcitl marks which do not change I I I .
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    t, i zj their always character be identified and by and which that without he can g: I I I i I We are Headquarters forGROCERIES l.. l.. l.. l..e i I -4
    t Lade of doubt or question. These I I. j I ___
    ft marks are his signature, his physiology! I : I ; I I __ :44

    I leal autograph, so to speak and this _-_-_ ',' I ;I I .I ,I -4..44
    autograph cannot be counterfeited nor --- I I --- ?1
    can ho disguise it or hId it away nor e- : i : -- ""
    can it become illegible by the wear and '
    # the mutations of time. E : HAY i ,
    k This autograph! consists of the delicate I

    lines or corrugations with which 'I' I I I .....
    I nature marks! the iiiMdes of the hands C'JI-' I I
    ; 1 and the sides of the feet. If you will '
    f look at the balls of your fingers, you ; GRAIN COW FEED Etc. I : : j
    that hu\'e'ry sharp eyesight you will I ,
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    J obhcne that,these dainty curving lines I' t .
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    F lie close together: like those that Indicate .
    I the\ borders of oceans in maps and F I I I I --- ..4..,

    f that they form various clearly denned i J ____ ._ __ _u__ ____ __ _ _________ J : ....,
    arches, circles, -- -- ..
    patterns such as long i ----- -- I I : -- ..
    runes, whorls and so forth, and that I' I ; __ ....
    r there patterns differ ou the different I I I I : ,1 -IID-I
    ; fingers.-"Pudd'nheud Wilson." I i I I .-elI...,
    I I
    I := i i 57 Varieties Heinz's Pure Food Products i I ::

    Big Company Chartered. I I'', I ..... -4
    Raleigh X. C.. Feb. t.-The state I f>-- "I I I I I i I''i i ...... -4

    has chartered, of Spray the Rockineham Union Supply county company ::: 'i' 36 Varieties Royal Scarlet Canned Goods t *" *< Best to be had. ': j I i :I : :: -44

    authorizes capital of $500,000. The a- I I I I I I -... -<
    1 1 company will make and sell cotton CIP- : i I i:1 I 1 ......,. -4
    0e -- -. ...,
    and goods and other
    yam products.
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    The stockholders are !l Frank )Ie- a'e -4

    Lane W. R. Walker and J. S. Patt< >- __ ...
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    Appointed Venezuelan Minister. --- -.. ....
    Berl'i, Feb. 4 A
    dispatch to Th
    4 ..
    I' -.. dt
    iota! .snzeiger from The Hague today tI __ ....,
    i I announced that Herr Von Brolllua, ....
    secretary of the German legaton'! bad --- ei& .-- .,
    I been appointed minister of Germany .- ...... -11
    I t 8a3-a that the first SAnrw d.artTm -

    I# Venezuela.. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT T ?

    Negro Hanged at St. Louis.St. ,
    Louis, Feb. 4.--Charles Gourtey. ___ -rf4
    the negro slayer of Rosie Iflggliia. with ,
    r whom he was living was hanged today ea & j

    f ,la the Jail yard In the prese&co of K*. -__ ..4
    "eral hundred persons. _
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    When you feel blue and that everything --- ..44
    goes wrong, take a dOMe of --- -4I
    CbalUlt'rl II\I Stomach and Liver --- --I

    Tablet. They will cleanse and in- I -I

    ; Tlgorate your stomach, regulate your
    .. .....
    bowels -
    give you a relish for your food \

    and make you feel that in this old ....,
    world is a good place! to live. For .4
    ale by all druggists and medicine

    dealers. Notice. :[ When in town make our office your headquarters ;C ::( ;( ;( ;( -A i iIK

    Protect your orange trees and tender -
    plants. Five hundred McFarlanJtrutd Yours for more business .:: 1

    bring closed out at less than --- ........

    x tf cost.ITlmdw W.TituyvilleFla.M. BROWN, E: ABE BROWN & BRO Proprietors ,

    CASSAVA t SEED.-Finest quality! ,

    l low price, Kouthern farmer's best ttttl -

    t Planters'money maker Co., Lake, full Mary,information.Fla.rO 1m ;t1"6"6"6"" " " " '6"6"" " '" " " " " " ,,




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