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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Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 13, 1903
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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FAWN MOTTO AT:THE THIS FEET PAPER OP TUB WILL MAN WHO NOT l Mr. J. W. Crosby has gone to Hot .' P ELEGANT CARD PANTY I The Gentleman from Nowhere. I i '111111411111i1i9i1'''''''' '' '''m 1111' i11ilf11111111, ,,fi,m mm 11i111ii1911lIit" ,,,,,, ,l11i

Springs, Ark., for the benefit of his ---- --- ., The above i il the title of a book i -- -
health.: His many friends hope that Mrs. Rheinauer Entertains in Honor written by Mr. James Henry Foss. .- 3
ItBAcllrIiTIt6Tot': OF THE HILL; NOR l.
WILl. IT KICK THE MAX WHO IS GOING he will soon return fully restored to of Miss Elkan. I This i book is receiving very lUttering e"r
DOWN IT. his usual good I comments from the press and -
health.- One of the mo-t elegant and enjoyable :
some editors go HO far as so say that it 1 Drink! -.
Mrs. John Cotiley, of Pauasoflkee, card prtiEever given iu Ocala { 4
SA5A 2L12i32H::: 3A 1IS. Lil Litter (promises to rival"David Harum" and
has been spending the past few way the one Friday afternoon at r .,rF
"Eben Holdeu."
days in Ocala at the Montezuma hotel. which :Mrs. Charles Kheinauer enter-
Wright and Mr. of The author will be rememberedhere
Maj. Charles Mrs. Conley expects to make her home t"iut"\t" nunioer of the, young ladies VITOLI !
Oxford were trading iu Ocala Fri- as the founder of Belleview, our
in this city iu the near future. in honor of her gum, :Miss Ad die -
next door neighbor, and will te interesting -

day. :Mr. J. B. Jenkins, a prominent %lkan, of Srlina, Ala. to Floridians because a large .--..--. --
Mayor FUhel's host of friends are The large double parlors were very r .
traveling man of Charleston, H. C., part of it is taken up in describingthe .y- I
t delighted! that he w3 well enough tot prettily decorated in bamboo, palms
arrived In Ocala Friday to join his beauties of our state aud the experiences 6T I
;t I beat his btore l aturday. I and a great number of silver stars I
wife who has been several l
spending of the author while here. -

Mr. Alfred Ayer is back from making weeks at MM. C. P. Mc-Grath's. _,After were attractively used in the decora- The BOlltm Traveller says that hu

his "round" of the county and spending a few days in Ocala )[r. and ioiu. description of life among the "Florida I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE i
The with small sil- ,
nays it is getting into splendid bhape.Miuwt )Mrs. Jenkins will proceed to Tampa wore was kept crackers" is vastly entertaining -
_. vet stars and the tabled were also
for a short visit. on account of the freshness and the -
Alice and Ethel Miuclair
Reedy -
marked with stirthe idea of the
Mr. Putnam Calhoun skill with which it Is handled.We Ocala Florida.
.t went down to Caudler Saturday Benjamin compilation being carried out, ,

u afternoon to spend a few days with PaUtka's brilliant attorney, has !goneto There were five table and progressive have not yet read the book but --- -w-

friends. Okthumpkee, in Lake county, for know from what the press and distinguished .--.. --
r whist wa pUyed until five thirty -- -

Mrs. Frank Helvey, of Nebraska, the purpose of organizing/ American when delicious", refreshment: iu five men of letters say of it -- --

City, Neb., who has been the guest ofMrs. Kaolin Company. It will be course were served. that there is a rich treat in store 1 L1 1INIIIIIIIIIlIIIlllll I L1111j1&jl1jl1L1\J1jl1jl1jl1'l \ 11l11l1\ill\

Jake Brown for several days has capitalized at 1100,000) and iU stock, Mb Rose }FOK of Atlanta, won the for us.

returned borne. if all sign do not go wrong, will be first beautiful picture and ---
worth than prize, a Best Liniment .. Earth ] A System of Petty Villainy.
more par. IMM Freddie Foy Gertie IVyaer
Palmer, in Alachua county, has a Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City Theotber ninht Policeman Cleveland Old Harvest
Dr. Van Elderin well known here and Sara Harris", cut for the second Water Works ShulUburg, Wis.,
pencil orchard containing 20,000 trees. discovered! the front door of the North Carolina
jrizi a lovely little crescent pin. writes "I have tried kind of
in and ; many
Alachua is boring with a big augur. was recently an explosion was millinery department of J. W. Alsiander'g .
that he Mis Harris! was'" the fortunate winnerof liniment, but have never received i
so badly Injured Wag compelled -
WB are glad to see it. much benefit until 1 used Ballard's Racket store open and upon i CORN WHISKYIs Y
this prize, while the booby, a pairof
have He
-- ----- to a I..g amputated. Snow Liniment for rheumatism and investigation it was found that someone

The Gainesville Sun says that H. F. used to wear a long black gown and little alippent, "for de feat" went to pains. I think it the best liniment on had secreted himself behind the jis

Dutton & Co. did an enormous business claimed the power of healing all Miss Veleta Potter. earth." 2ae,50c: ( and $1.00 bottle at counters and had been locked: up. the very best t tcau it

in cotton last year. They han- manner diseases.: Could cure others The attractive guest of honor, MUsKlkati the Anti-Monopoly Drug, Store. m Along about midnight when things genuinely old.! iuarnit-

was looking unusually well on teed tlvo years: Hid and devoid .
dled 9,000) baits which represented but couldn't cure himself.I : grew quiet the petty thief helped
A Pleasiat Party. of fusel) oil.
this occasion in a of red which
$720,000.: bare used Chamberlain's Cough himself to what he wanted and walked
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fcr;|k i was becoming to her dark com Saturday afternoon Mrs. 8. T.
tjt Mr. Beck, wife and sister: of Remedy for a number of years and very out. As several nicely trimmed haLl
plexion. Sistrunk entertained a few of her Awarded Gold Medal
K Crawfordville, Iud., are in Ocala and have no hesitancy i in saying that! it U were missed the thief in this", case ia
Mra. Rheinauer received her guests young lady friends with a drive to 1898 as First Prize.It .
will \(eud several weeks with U". the best, remedy for coughs, colds and supposed to have been a wom-.
I in a lovely of lavender elaborately Silver Springs. The afternoon was a
They hue rented the cottage, No. ;0 croup I have. used in my family. I This seems to be a very general and
trimmed in lace. delightful one and the drive to and has that old mallow .so
\f North Orange! street. have not words to express my confidence popular form of thieving in Ocala.
The following were those who were from the springs Wait thoroughly that a judge of i'ure M Xav*
in this remedy.-Mrs. J. A. It has not been long: since some

J Mr. Harvey Hutchiusou: of Gainesville Mkre North ttar1ich.. For sale pr-..nt: Misses Lou flam-shy, Linda agreeable. The following composedthe thief was locked up in the grocery Carolina Corn htky appRciates. .

1 who is now a traveling salesman : by all druggists anti medicine dealers. Health, IJosrt Fox, Bertie Gottlieb, put: ?of r!!. Sistruuk, Misses store of W. E. :McGaihagln; and the .

---- Gertie Gertrude Freddie Eloyse and Eula Lee Izlar, May and !same thing has hcppriied at the $1.00
y 1 for the Hammond Packing Pl'y.wr, ; Pereda per quart; *?.30 for fair
At the Friday night Rev.aud of H. .
rectory stores B. Masters S. R
I Company, of Jacksonville, spent Friday Foy, Mona Hiller, Lena and Tocoa Sander<, Gertrude Pereda, Sara Pyle. full quarts: -Full fttuaiUI''* f. o. lvOeala. -
and others.
Mrs. Henry W. Little receive their
'. and a portion of yesterday in Maiie Bullock, Valeta, Potter, lola. HarrN and Messrs' H. D. Izlar and J. Before their .
I' parishioners and other friend between looking up stores at
Ocala. and Johnnie Liddou, Alice Reedy, II. Taylor. night it will t>e welt forouruierchaota
the hours of 7:30 and 10 o'?lock.
I Florria Crook, :}1H.ttltWiIliliJlll, to make a very thorough search under '
I Mss Jones, the miller for the E. K. There were a large number of callers Lost-Reward. their STRAUSS & CO., &Met ,
, Meta Jewett, Sara und Viola Harri
I Nrlson & Co.'* establishment, Las and the evening was very informally Several thousand dollars invested .--- for Ocala Ffe.
When fet 1 bluff and that
I gone to Baltimore, where bhe will i and pleasantly lp out. A number ol (and() t) in lands iu Marion county you everything -
of the Times.
Tendency goes wrung, Uk a dire! of
I study the Btjls and purchase the and cake without having first obtained an
, J I the young ladies served tea The tendency of medical science i is ab-tnict of title from the Marion CLal1l .erl..ih'" 8xomarh and I.i'l'rT Coco.Qota.

p spring and summer millinery for the to the visitors during the evening.Mr. toward Ileta. They will cleanse and Invigorate
' preventive measures. The County Abstract Company. For re- This oro?. tod a 'a.Ii..1.I t .
, establishment. and Mrs. LUH are very charming bent thought of the world is being w jrd bee another column. jour stonmrh, resrulatejour day from Mr. J. &uas I'hh4. ,
/given to the subject. It i is easier and bowels, give yell a relish fur jour f.N>d ?
: Our subscription; lit i is growing I people and are winning a I better to prevent than to cure. It. I..N. EXPERIENCE.Mrs. I and make y'iu feel that in this old of Albllta, repreaepilag .... "

. daily, showing that our'Uort in the number of frit'll.t-4 in Vila. hw been fully demonstrated that world\ is a coo I | lass tn live. For Cola ('0.

I direction of giving the people of} Seven Years in Bed."Will pneumonia,one of the mot dangerous Woodrow to Entertain. sale by all druggists and medicine l1etIidt"lll'-nhac B. a..Eply .11 ". ...

A \ Ocala dieacs that medical men have to Mrs. D. Woodrow will entertain a dealers ('.,h. IIcbrll Mr. ( ..
a newspaper MX days in the wonders ever 't'a.e? Inquirethefcvinds l'wtiw _ve A

: 3* week are being apprl''iat..d.oIIOW of Mrs. L. Pease, of I i use Chamberlain's>I Cough Rem
, ft todaj's n III'd to }mr neighbor who j, : Kail. Tli-y kiif w she 11Iullt't'Il edy. Pneumoniaal\\i! restults from cards: next .Saturday-Valentine's Jerry Burnett Toe pro. M c.cMtttoI r. t". i vvery it
j ,
I unablw to leave her lied in seven years .
: at 3 o'clock
: does not uWnb, for it. a cold or from an attack: of influenza complimentary bftitdiiiit trr&t..111 11"u. ,.t
I I ouareouutuf liver and kidney troublenervous ,
0 -- prostration and gl'lll'ralI1t'hil-: (grip) and it has been observed that Miss (Cullen of Nottingham, England, Merchant ('.a.-C.Che ..16 hwplm.

. M.J'raud Mrs. L. T. ILl.if arrived llii- this remedy counteracts any tendency \vhoH spending! the winter in Ocala
ity, but "three bottles of Elet-tri.;
j in Oi-Hli of these! di-etses: toward pneumonia. with her brother :Mr. E. Cullen. ,.
Friday from Itlackwtll, ters enabled: me to walk," she writes C. tent byilc. "UiM* tort ,

. I K. C. Theyvre accompanied by "and in three months I felt like a new This has been fully proven in many Mrs. Woodrow is always a charming Tailoring.Ocala )"-'u will lwj. .... Cb..buMai ''I
thousands of cases iu which this remedy
j their little hon anIIIWI' Harry I 1 IllI"r>lon." Women sullVring from head has been used during the great hostess and this event i is being Florida. .*!loiim-h and !Jeer TnbliU," ...

. Izlar aad the Misses Izlar have a-he, backache, nervousness, sleepless! : I prevalence of t'ul.1antI grip in cent looked forward to with a great deal of Finest Imported and \Viilimu A Uirard, P.ti_, \.. Tbfrl
i ness, melancholy feinting dizzy
. been in Ocala several weeks. We spells will find it a priceless bles-mg. years, and can be relied upon with pleasurable anticipations. Domestic Cloths. Tat>let-< krth fleet |
extend! a most cordial welcome to the I I Try it. Satisfaction: guaranteed by implicit confidence., Pneumonia often ----- (Jutting.'a: Specialty.Fits plt""" lIt and moot rrlial'lr rmltuMito
results from cold when For Sale.
: alight no
Major and his fatuity.a I Anti-Mouopol Drug titore.Only( cOe.5 Guaranteed. [ in use. For sale by all druKiU and
- danger is apprehended' : until it is sud- The Central Lumber Company

. denly discovered that there is fever
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oiler tale their mill
for planing property -
and difficulty in breathing: and pains .
:: .f-.5\St5'S .slS15t515b' stn ststsstsistsis-s SlSl5l5lSl5'ssunsssszs s s.
i in Ocah adjoining<< the freight
in the chest, then it i is announcedthat

Mt V] the patient has pneumonia. Be depot of the Atlantic Coast: Line in-

; I on the wife side and take Chamberlain's eluding stock of lumber and mold-

F1SHEL'S Pi Cough Remedy as soon as the ings. A HEAVY REWARD !

I ] cold is contracted. It always! cures.
The plant H the most complete one
] For sale by all druggists and medicine

Q 3 dealers. in the county for the milling business In ease!' to mind and pocketbook will be n-ajKnl bj tit-

PER and with other machines: comprises .
91 DISCOUNT Picked up on the Beach.Mr. person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
a moulder, surfacer, planer
O N. L. Fort was in our ofliee county before investing: his money thereinDO }
turning lathe) band saw machine,
Saturday and besides leaving, as is NOT WAIT until and
CENT you your money are
SAL! dove tailer and friezer, tenoner, mill

t ......_ -_. yo. his custom, his annual subscription, lot and storage! buildings, horse and i parted before obtaining your abstract of till from u*,
left with us a picked in a
paper up
wagon, etc. -"No use of locking the stable after the liorw in
ffi bottle on the Atlantic beach three
I For particulars apply to :' AVe will also be pleased to look after
UNTIL gone your
MARCH Ist, I9O3. miles south of Gilbert's bar and four
III = __ il miles east of Jupiter, on Jan. :6, 100"2. taxes for you.
2 4 tf Ocala, Fla.
.... } The paper contains the follywing: WRITE US. -

'j Everything in the store will be sold at a r "George E. Kulnwt, lt ottker, Another Celebrity,

: tion of 25 per cent. from the regular ducII4 American feteamshlp 'ComuV June To the imperishable seross of the Marion County Abstract CompanyOCALA

l., 190:, latitude 54" north; longi-
famous::!, on which already are rt'gii'tered :
for] cash. I tude, S5 15V west." The Policeman Who Arrested: FLORIDA, I II

: DRESS GOODS WAIST GOODS These papers are thrown out to be I
General Grant, The :Soldier Who Wasat
Used the U. S. cilice
SHOES, UMBRELLAS, SKIRTS, by hydrographic Balaklava and The Girl Who Was
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at Washington and is done for the
Kissed we must add
-"I' SHIRT WAISTS, CAPES, FURNISHING purpose of noting the direction of the
r the immortal name of The Man Who AE DELOUEHT
: GOODS ALL GO AT A ocean currents. \
TJa The finders are directed to forward Lent a Book to Andrew Carnegie. .

::: saving of 25 per cent. I Ing55 them to Washington. the arrivals at the ClubHouse
-- ---- Among
A Poor Millionaire
-- -- -- Saturday were MM. A. B. HARDWARE.
Lately starved in London becausehe

GOODS SOLD WITH THE DISCOUNT FOR CASH ONLY.ffi could not digest his food. Early use Hopkins, Orange Lake; Mrs. Lowry,

of Dr. mn 's New Life Pills would Homosa; Sam Dell, Gainesville:
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: = have saved him. They strengthen the ri. R. Conova, Jacksonville; S. M. Sash andDoors \i; \ Farming

1.S. stomach, aid digestion, promote as- J Sparkman, Crystal River; Chas. ,' pti- Tools. .
M FISHEL similatlOnimprove the apyetite. Price
I OCALA. Thomas, Pine; J. S. Thomas, Ft.
25c. Money back if not satisfied. I Mixed
McCoy. The Club House is gaining in 'a Ready -8t i
sold by Anti-:Monopoly Drug Store.

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I I as it was wbeu God first gave it to Georgia Saw Mill Association.

THE OCALA BANNER, I I'I'i i ij I man for an inheritance. The above named sociatlon held ALLINGHA1R

: When the churches are fired with a very enttiUsUstic: meeting U..t

; POVERTY I Ic the true mandates of God ae thundered week in the parlor of the Moutezuiua -
F3ASZ 2AS2IS Editor. j I,, ?( SUNDAY s!R II

; P. V. tnve: oci, Business L' ., ... ; SERMON I: lI lII from Huai wars will stop and :':: hotel.

I i.: ,m i :I "Tby Kingdom Come:." III t gaunt want van trh. The aewxHHtionlrf: compound of saw Save Your Hair with I

Matt. 6:10. lIy TII13 IDITOR. mill of and Florida
j j.! men Georgia '
II I i I :rf As long as the earth is dbl urt.'J by
I throughout the yellow piuedUlrict. Shampoos of
;.- .. i II I ff the ugly scar of poverty fruitlenn is
Owing to the ab.euce of the president
.... the prayer, hTh}' Kingdom Come.
: Poverty i is an ugly protuberance on a of the many for the benefit of a nitre Hon. H. II. Tift, of Tiftou, tin.,
{ But when God's eternal truths
: arefully
\:" ::::" ... I Mr. It. H. Paul of Watertown FU.
.:' llIo"t beautiful world. It is an unnee- handful. Cuticura Soap aid Btmip
\' \:;- : realized and His purposes fullyreveal.
.,.....' .-.; )...... t'1"-uJ scar on our civilization. It is a With all the iimtruintntaliti-H and I vice president of the association, pre-
I I 1 d, this world will become mor-
blotch on our Christianity.It activities of our civilizitloii in full sided.<< of Culictra
mentally physically materially
'' j ally;
\ '"-rA.\' is a 'urse-but a cure not ordained; the bible in every home: raissioniries Mr. Elwood C. Harrell, of Tifton,
; I 1! and spiritually, the 1 ingdotu of
of God. belting the globe, : ; "ectric: Ga., secretary of the association, kept

For this great sin, and all the great 1 I wires circling the earth and the newspapers i I Heaven.Thy "Kingdom Come" will have note of the proceedings.The Firtsl, STOIBI ltd Ejjj

tram of evils that go arm and arm shedding their ellulirent light following deletes were .present -
aid Ecnmical
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO with it, God cannot be held respon everywhere; with a full knowledgethat I viz: Bend ;

TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS Bible in God's wise providence there is Booker T. Washington at Gainesville R. II. Paul, Watertown, Fla., East

o' TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BAKK1- finishedwhen an abundance for all of desolation Coast Lumber ('OJ; E. D. Abernathy
COMMON PEOl'LK, When this world was a cry
CUES WITH THE Fupt. Cam, Prof, Warn, and othersare For MH UK Halt finw ufa
A iIIT3:: KKiHT WILL BE MADK FOR it first left the hands of the ascends from earth to heaven Graham Fla; C. II. Lutz, Pasco, FU0etisboro .

THE BETTERMENT-()THOSE AT Tilt CreAtor-it was without spot or blemish from more than four-lifths of God's back from Gainesville, where they Shingle: ('OJ; J. .V. Evan, All Else FtHt
BOTTOM.Wliat. went to attend the meeting of School
i It was in all respects beautiful.Its children that they are deprived of a Ashburn, Ga., J. t S.: Celts & Co; F. K
---- -- - and
--- Superintendents incidentally to
-- beauty was such as to make the hare in his generous bounties by the Wayiner Jacksonville Fla., Otter Prevent balolllt'u ,
anti tit;
of Ocala's w ? toe
1m become : bear Hooker Washington, the great
mo-t sluggish tongue grow; eloquent.It Caesars of the earth into whose bards Creek Lumber; C. Neville, Bu h- calpof crutn, '". ,Ifo.! lua lionsHas, the scheme been educator and orator.
opera moved uoinelesily through space. his ministers have committed them. negro nell Fla; P. K. Wynnes, Orange lbuupool1l Of t'tat! i.t < *uap| 411 'lht 1 1dft'1l..iUJiI
entirely abandoned ? Supt. Cam was much pleased .
There was light and dtrkue-s whichare Created in God's image and possessing very Home, Fla., Wynnes Bruit; c.D.. "I ih 'I' 'j t, |.ur. ..,

with Prof. Washington's address. He emollient all.1 l gri -t ..f -.. 'I/r..
CC J. Bob Davis guys that he is not necessary: for man's existence. His attributes, man hs aspirationsthat Moore, Inverness: Fla.. Invert* .
I said it was on right lines was deliv This tn-airiH-ut at , uowand! never will be a candidate for There were fertile plains, lowly I no investigation, nor invention-, Lumber Co: C. I. Grace, Montague, hair, noDI"tt4 tn.-t-, ,,' and .Uud.
crud in a dignified and manly manner
United States senator landscapes and mountain grandeur. I nor achievements can satisfy, and FJa; W. D. Halibut, Ileddiek, FU; ruff, dextrin l.ur p.T' ioirt. ... .Ktwirritatrd
and if his advice were followedthe
If don't believe advertisingpaysayketl There were tree, and shrub and poverty, hopelessness and despair do P. R. Letter Ocala, FU., Oeklawaha it* lun ( -'II' j' ..., Rtltui trby 1
;you negro race would be greatly bene ,1J1id... ',.....
the hair : de'
rat:[ ilrillp...
r the Uneda bl: fitted! thereby.A sapplta the r"it4' uth rteergy synorri'htotut.
Hudjard Klf-liiig.-Atliuta Journal. There were lakes, rivers and ocean 1 That poverty abounds in the midstof Fl*; J. E. Howard York Fla; W. M. 1
great many attended and a large lu,1 l n. ik<-- th- tarwt I'WUI"'O
Everything was given the power of plenty is owing to unnatural conditions :McDowell Anthony. Fla ; W. H. a *"***, ....*,
James Williams\ :, who murdered number were turned away. scalp eM" u all ,1..- ,.,il..
reproduction and nothing was lacking made so by human greed and Peterson, O'Brieu, ;" 1.. ; O'Hrieu .. j
Mark Hartl."rtu, u ill have to spend Speaking of his address the Gainesville Millions bow rent u
for the sustenance of life. not by any decree: of God is abundantly Lumber Co; B. H. Seymour Ocala, ..!tnt'Ioy /lil.. 1.111& I'tiiu.ut' '"j ,
the remainder of hi. life in the peni Sun says: -at skid cure, t..r |prt.*.-r% 'II. ice '. I
Fishes were created. to inhabit the proven by the bounteous and continuous Fla; J. M. MeW( rt, Ocala, Fla. lang ,
tt'U liar)'. "Tho who attended the meeting arat U-autiU I- j> 1111'1.111., fwd-. I
waters beasts the fields, and fowls yield of earth, sea and air. The association made up in etltbUttlaaui lug the .....:'11. of t'rU.I*, 1k'1IJn., ter t

Senator Mark Hanna bas introduced the air. In no year of its creitiou has the were very much iml'retSedwith the for what it lacked in numben dandruff aud this *u>|'|itntf of Will I'
address of Prof. Washington which hair fur't. ahtralFrothing ... III
a providing for pensioning ih. Over sea, earth and air man was earth been incapable of providing aud a great many things of interestto ml mufh. and tore .atlit.
wasou the subject of the industrial for be.. itt aid diJ I
baby brage
ex hlavts. Pay the owners and pen- given dominion.And plentifully for its population, and the association were discussed. ti
in the form of battle fo
r au n'jriij
education ot the and which
iou the t>1<\Vt"I!. in order to reveal its secrets that the wants of Borne have been negro, One matter that engaged their attention Imitations and uiimatkMM or le.
\tacmuloltIt'tlof: sensible and practicable free or olTii-iieTi.if twa, to ... 't
and bare its he more than supplied the wants of the lumber
Tae Monticello Constitution gives lay mysteries, was The equipment form of usher for ultvratin weg. i ineesea

fashioned in the image of God-he others less than supplied and still uggttious throughout. cars. It seems now that the saw mill and many !Maenad., uWris
place to the Moutieello News with C. address occupied an hour aud a half, purposes, whk-b na.tdy.apesi tthrait.rwltee .
wears the proud likeness and stampof others not supplied at all, is because men are required to "stake and rider"to
T. Carrol as editor and proprietor and to se own motben, v tee.
and i here was not a dull moment or
his Creator. man in his greed has been allowed to ( use an uutechmcal term) each as for all the Mirpoer of the MlK,
W. A. Clement-, I hu"il..s manager. nn ol. CliouabJe jiomt in the entire bath trail nur+..ry. "hale fmurr dM
Xo man knows how old the world' monopolize the gift God intended for carload of lumber shipped, which the worlds iiriHhictuf rfbrr lnu.-uroi,
It demonstrated that
dome enterprising g. o. p. organ i ia, no man will ever know, but scientists all. program. costs them $:'50 and they are also required Sold throufiiuut tbe 6ivWad NurlL

Should interview ex Governor Tin :lor claim that it is hoary with age: In the early history of the Jewish Prof. a'-hingtou uotonly *pprw'i ites to pay freight on this equip --- --- ,- ..-

of Indiana from J- t'lltu"k.-o the jet it is just as capable of taking care people-when they were more immediately the position he is filling! but he has ment. The association wants the : A Crt (....... u Sc.

Till ma i).(!.>uz.iles looting.-Uryau's of its population today as it was when under God'a dirt'ctiou-lhHe that prat'ticul turn of mind which is railroad companies to permanently Tampa growing mat..*rfUllf.

Commoner.The the first man was created. was a redivi..ion and a redistribution pleasing to all who hear him, regardless equip lumber cars for this purple. than any city IB the --'. Her eltt

And as man becomes 'more and of these gifts every fifty years and the of what he represents." which they claim can be done for $25 gene bare right to be pt...d <4 Hi
Gainesville Suu says tlla.Gaineville's ,
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more possessed of the knowledge of arrangement brought about so much and it will list! during the life of the record die i* awkiog.Ki .
mayor ii'ducul a barber The Hereford Cattle.
: his Maker he will more and more happiness, that it was hailed us the car. diUir Cftlboun now _fHMfof .
to shave him on a :Sunday and then
be able to supply in plenty both of year of jubilee! Readers this paper are familiar Other rcatters affecting the interest tbe biMrd uf trade, UM M>
fined him to the full extent of the
food and rd went the world's teeming Some years ago when we were with the stock of Hereford cattle that of the association were Ucu&ed. lowing ifliftfCMlW BUteBH Of Mi:
law for doing it. That's a little tough. have been on sale in this city for the '
worth Tam. .ftlO.- to UM[ tuttMMl
millions. more we now possess we Several new names were added to the

The Florida Times-Uniou says that This is conclusive proof that God had a share of oil stock, a share in a past week. membership and all who attended government inereMed ..*,., a Mf

five thouMind horses are now heinv created an abundance for all. gold mine and an interest in a phosphate They were owned by Dr. P. Phillipsand were well pleased and will carry to million dotlar ia the pMt y..,.

fed in Brooklyn on nuJisses, which That home possess a great deal and I II I company, yet we realized the were brought direct from the : their homes pleasant recollections of The Internal rtreave n4inHMi

has been found to h- both cheajwr Home none at all, and, in consequenceof fact that as the oil and rock and ore northwestern part of Texna.! They Otala. e jumped up from an.'" In 1 I.... N

and more tilling thou oa':;. Here'- which, there is misery, cold, hunger were taken from their hidden recess were very fine stock and will be of The nest meeting will be at Tifton, i $442,751 in IW2, au ttunmt ttt 1w....,

another pointer for the i>>mi grower. want and the fear of want, is notGod's in the earth that. they were not placed great benefit to this state and we are Ga., anti the meeting after that in ; Too cuetotu .....,,1..11.itMar\ *<*it

fault but is man's fault. there in Gixl's wise providence solely sorry that the entire herd was not Jacksonville. The association meets from 865,4M m 1WU.{ In $|.;::6II.1It1 IB
Capt. It. E. Hone, Mate che'Jii-t, hicFu
and purchased by the citizens of this 1902, an in TMMM of i3f God created enough for all and tospare. exclusively fir our use and benefit monthly.l
>iiittvd hi* report fur the year end-
but were placed there for the use county. What were left of them total ihe..... of NoI6J1fiI1.
in< 1W. 31, It11I: tithe governor. Ii
is an iuteres'iugdoeunteut and cov- Every scientific investigation reveals and benefit of the whole human have been shipped to Arcadia. A Gain of 5000000. Taotp'. puiriofl rrtrora.o ae.r...

more and more the magnitude and family and to make: a monopoly of During their stay here several of The tax books for 1902 have been ed from $38,332 m li"l, to """ ,_ to
era 70 J ijj**. Valuable formulas are
magnificence of His creation.It them is to thwart God's plans and these cattle were sold and shipped to received from the several counties at lOO -ao iner..Mieot #3..+ 4. Halt p...
given for sttple crop geiablw", etc.
is so wonderful that it surpasses purposes. ditlerent parUof the state. One was the otlice Comptroller A. C. 'room, Tanapa on the list .*f rir.t e1arr puff

The Spanish Ariuad wa" fitted out all human understanding.This And in adjusting earth, air, rain shipped yesterday to Chairs! Brothers at Tallahassee. The books have been .Ifthlatta.

by Philip II, against Euahnd in 15Vi world is God's: free sift to man. aud sunshine: &0 that their fructifying at New berry and one to D. A. Tookeat examined and fouuJ to be correct. Tampa .bipixii i for .tu.... .

It ('OhIS-tedof13ahilw,3lrricannola: ; He gave it to the last man no less: properties cause vegetable, tree, fruit Floral City. The valuation or personal property, total of NI .tetiual d. a, Hatrstti

manned by 8.760; sail! \rs, .,fISS gall .y than to tilt first man. and tlowvr to yield abundantly, God Col. L. P. Miller bought sixteen ; real estate, railroads and telegraphfor cigars In l1t1r., valued at f t,*:'i-s 4 -

slaves, 21S->>sol iur-!1,3.-)0) volunteers, The solemn fact that man dies and intended that none should be deniednor Mr. Mike Waldron, of Ft. McCoy, purposes of taxation, is shown to : an luereeee over the "rrt1.NM )..... ..

and carried provihious enough to feed six the state convict farm, four; Mr be $103t04S,917) showing a net gain of 38,471.000
I'asses away i is proof conclusive that deprived of these gifts.A ; cigars, and ur itfl..3.1 II

4Oo>, ) men for six mouth God did not give the world to any monopoly of them contravenes J. )I. Mellert, two, and Juo. L. Edwards 5,497,755 in taxable values, as compared value.

inheritance His with 1900. Tamp ebipprd ifto4s! owl* 4th.II
A Plant City man sold 14 head: ofeattld one man as an to the wise provision.If

-------- -- --- In the assessment rolls Marion pboapbate aut than it bait ...
fed on velvet genus for $ij per exclusion: of others.Nor all mineral and vegetable ores- year

hea.l .' / I coal, iron silver stands five. Those counties having a shipped before Uie tui-rMuw iu vatti
or 1"fur the drove. These is there proof that he gave any copper, gold, phosphate
oigas! and all the other varied TO A SH D9W.! larger taxable values are the follow being $36l,15a.Tampa.idpprd. I
cattle were worth abut $14 per head one man the power to bequeath it. I II

on the range. It N thought they lie gave to none a monopoly of His and abundant creations of God-were When there is a falling off in flesh in ing: Duval, 510,000,492; Hillsborougb, $111:) ;a+J: worth mat I

will an'fagtto' !) or oHO pounds each.llartow : gifts. retained by government and let out woman or man there is "something S,244,1S7; Eseambia, $5,853,604; Ala- n.vl .tort. tbe past year than It ail

Courier.Itifonuant.Congresmau In the realm of God there are no on royalties, all would be benefited generally wrong a And loss that of nutrition somt'thingTon due to disease is- I Chu-i, 4,301,530.. ever shipped before.

of the stomach and the other Marion's taxable values foot '
thereby and there could be organs up
favorites. His las were meant to no mo mere'
:parkman on February of digestion and fallow
: 53,962,271.
apply and dj apply equally to all. nopoly. nutrition. Sometimes -, I rr "M' .u<

3, introduced, a bill for the payment He sends the rain upon the jut and Better still, if the right to the 'foil this loss of rade: u eontinu, on taw Int.,.....
flesh is
of a claim growing out of the accompanied I A Church Social. ---- ..
the unjust. were only used in usufruct by the living by variable .
civil war to Adam L. EiehdlJer er. appetite, but in The Baptist tea at the Montezuma D ings la Ult 8. 5. "'ft.
Poverty exists because God's laws the scarred, gaunt and hideous:
The claim is for property taken i y the many cases the ap- hotelFriday night attracted a brilliant From tbe proet dinKaof for I nhta
are 4veued-bccauiJe some have features of want would disappear and petite does not fail
Federal arm\ during the days of the and there may be gathering and the parlors for several State court sow guiBf II" in J 10.....
earth indeed become the
been excluded from HU table. Kingdom
civil war. The measure has been re- a constant desireto hours were the scene of much anima villa we make the following ...'.....:
We hold that poverty is no part of God. eat. Languor, q
fened to the committee on war claim- nervousness, irritability tion. Hampton rt. t'hawlwf'll, of (lralat
Gods economy.In The prayer, Thy Kingdom Come,
The friends of :Mr. Eichelberger are sleeplessness Miss Lottie Price, recently returned I tiled bu ofhW as deputy rll-
the progress of events governments w ould be fully answered. are symptoms
very much iu hopes that he will set often associated from China, was present in Chinette | ted State maralml, havlitf brew w
were instituted and they are Conditions, usages and environments with this loss of I
; his money. nutrition and fal-1 I costume, and helped to make the ceutly .ppoiut d.
I remarkable more for their love of create prejudices that make q
ling off in flesh. function the success it was. A new suit WM ('UIOIU..lIc..1 icy \1It..rt -'
Editor MiCreary, of the GainesvilleSun greed than for their love of Uod. them almost impossible f f eradica Doctor Pierce's
Golden ltdic4lDiscovery s Rev. !Mr. Warren was all aflability Neumann v... Hul>i ard A Head;
is wearing his fighting cl:>thee. Under the text: "Render, therefore, tion.
cures h and smiles. action in I) 'ua It appears that Booker Washington unto Caesar the things which are Until a little more than a hundred disease of the stom
ach and other organs Misses :Mary Reardon and Johnny II. L. Anderson, for .pUiutilf' \
Lad an engagement to deli t'r an address Caeaar'sand unto God the things that years ago the worM thought man
of digestion i Liddou each rendered solos most de In the ce of Heap v.. Xu ;..iit, et>
to white people in Gainesvilleon are Uod's," the churches have acted, incapable of Bfclf-government and that and nutrition. It enables
the perfect digestion and assimilation of lightfully. Miss'lIanebreuglirecited: al., aa ordtv for ...rvl,'" mi absent lino
February 4th, and the report was and continue to act, as if they have he was compelled to have a king
food so that lost flesh is regained and most charmingly and refrefchruents fcndanta by puiillfatiou wa> iiutfK
current tint State Superintendent no part nor concern with the world, govern for him. the physical health re-established.
"I had suffered from indigestion and both damty and substantial were and decree prucnuffrMMi weer ..II'....
Sheata extended the invitation to except that of it which is only
part spirit- The establishment of a democratic thoM who have suffered from it know what it
i really is." write Mrs. :M J. Fa Washington. Editor Mcl'reary in a ualand invisible; the worldly, tangible I government; on this western hemisphere j I I Genes St., Syracuse, N V "I nail had severe
; attacks of headache and dizziness. with cold The prozramV4$ most interestingand H. 1.. \UIIt'f1116
recent editorial, frays that "if the re- } part of the world, they have! u a refutation of that error j I hands and feet everything I ate distressed me, for
... the entertainment complainant.
; bowels were and / throughoutwas
port is true, Mr. Sheata ha- committed gently resigned into the care and which all through the ages cost in \ and nenotu.constipated I cannot half i express asgrowing the Wl'J'tWt bad ---- -
|, feelings I had when I commenced taking Dr. in every way delightful.
suicide, Politically, and that lie keeping of Cat ar. torture and death the very flower of Pierce Golden Medical Discovery. I took nine Stepped Into til* .iMs.
bottles of the 'Discovery' and have taken
will never again receive the supportof Under this hurtful interpretation of the tarth'b population. several bottles of Dr. tierce's Pleasant Pellets The California "When a child I burned IUy by
I commenced feeling better with the first bottle papers: are printing
Alachua county to any office to this text wara have nit: only been Man is of the earth, earthy, and in and kept on improving Now I am so !{rt'atlympro..eJ long articles about frightfully write W. H. Laths, J
in health my friends often speak of it. "Orange lira wing Jouesville "wbkbeftiiwd
which he may a"pire. Gainesvilleis permitted but have been encouragedby his pilgrimage; ; through it should excite I moM heartily recommend these medicines Wall iu Florida ii loMiig I it"
suffering as I was." Ground Fortunately leg sores for 341 yebut ltuek.e&eArnltar
Mr. Sheats' legal home, and it the churches and by virtue of the eame tender. sohcitute of
the the
The People's Common Sense Medical this ia not the case, and it it I Salve wholly eared mr aAef
etfcuis that the state superintendent sword-and despite human! tears: -the churches as does his exit from it. Adviser, in paper covers_is sent free on were true it would be everything i eke failed." It fallible let
has: gotteu himself; into a tight box.- gifts of God have I We receipt of 21 one-cent stamps for expenseof a calamity for burns tuaUKut.
believe ,
been monopolized it is in the power of the i mailing only. Address Dr. K. V. the orange only reaches its I erfectiou oor<>*, brut..ud

Tropical Sun. throughout the ages:: to the exclusion! churches to make this world as lovely ; Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. 1d.L I in Florida. StoraJJ piles void by .\ht1.llIh"l| ",) [lrlAC

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MOTTO: THIS PAPER WILL roOT I I Mr.I Ed Ufer, of New York, eele- Mr. Robertson and Miss Strunk At the Opera House Tuesday Night.A .....Q60Q.sci.OQ..o.o G GO

FAWN AT THE KKET OK THE MAX WHO hrated iu boating and racing circles, Married. magnificent audience greeted Ir.'t'udliug Gee..Q..e. 0

HA i>l'IIUJoSLY ANI WITHOUT MERIT was registered at the O'-ala HoueVdnewliy. I At neon Wd>.eday at the home of \\ at the opera house! Tuesday: efl09itiae 0
WILL IT KICK THK MAN WHO ISCOIM1N \\ the bride's parents, at Spring Park night. e fit) 0

:Mr. John D. It'iherNon and Hiss His elpriuence and greatness as an .
> IT. Miss Pettus, of Texas! arrived in
,- -- Bertha Mrunk were united in mar orator had preceded him and the expectancy -
::=:----- -- the city TueUy and will make her I I g
SAiA tl ZI: smiS.: Lsal l Eiitor home with her uncle and aunt, Mr. riasre by Rev. L. Wurrcu, pastor of was intt'mand none were Making Advertising

-- the Baptist church of this city. disappointed'
::--=-=-- ---- anti Mrs. J. A. I'ittmau.
The home was prettily and "tti'ti- His topic was grt'at-it was such
I Octilii UrwiilioiiM'Co., I'luri..t i iPa.y \ \ \
I'hone.lo.2. Mrs Hiuginhotham, of I.eesburg, rally decorited with palms and roes as to make even a sluggi.h tongue

after anhort visit in Ocd with her and presented a very attractive, wene. grow eloquent friendly nation suddenly

)Ir J. Arthur Doyle in the city friftid, Mrs.I F. T. :'Schrieber. returned The bride who i i4 a (petite and couvuNed in au autcry and por- e

home Wednesday "flrfl nOIl. I'rt'tt1110wlt', wai attired in 1i1l10.1-! tentious conflict, and he selected for Q

t Tu*Chicago! Packer reports California f cloth with his fepeeiiil theme one who was aptlydeserimied 0
Mi traveling sown <> !gray Q
One drop of water does not make the
tray tlu !. A Rustou preacher aryl there hm'tIi ocean
hat nnd gloves to match and the groom for bis unique combination o O
goof| play on earth He must have 1 One grain of sand will not make shore
bhck. of qualities as the \>ry "thundtruoilof o a
Mr J. 1'. Uurke: of Jacksonville, is WAS iu conventional Only e

Jj a viMiortothecity. recently seen the "Star I Hoarder" and the immediate family of the interested war"-:.StonewallJucksou.; 0 .,One feather does not make a bird fI

the "New Orleans liurl'lt parties witne-sed the marriage. No historian has wreathed arouud
8 tOne leap will not make a frog
Mr. C. K Ta>lor returned from
!Nome miscreant stole a part of Dr. Mr and :Mrs. IRobert+sal left immediatelj any warrior a greater wreath of immortelles a

JacksonvilleVednrnda-- --). Powers' automot ile. The stolen part' for Timpt; and other |>orti ns than Wendllng has placed IT IS ALL THE REST- o

Mr. ... Bachmann left Wednesday make, the vehicle urlsa! and cannotpossibly or the s-Ute. Thy will probablyvisit ou the brow of Stonewall" Jackson. O

In-uefit the rni.'r..ant Cuba before returning home. He showed him to have been the
for tines on a business trip. 00o m eCQ
On their return to Ocala they will\ very genius of war and described his GO

Mr. I ee Cox is iu the city visiting Mr*. Hamp Chambers very happily live at :Mr. Ilobertsou's cottage >nXkUwaha marches and hIlt victories to have GO

bin mother Mrs. NV. H. Pike. entertained the Married Lvlies ( avenue. been unpartlled eve: bj Na x-leon, e0 GO

, Whist (Wednesday afternoon at Mr. Koberth i iOll prominently cou- the acknowl..dg"ll waster of military' m 0

On with the ex slave pension I.ill- the Mnnt'ZUlU hotel, where rite hu science tactics and lit'hit''elUt'1I18.Forin Q And
nutt-d with the, turpentine timberand so it is with most things in life ; and 0
,..e need the money in the !'outb.r. apartments. hour and half tbt lecturer
trucking interests and the development a
Z especially is it true that one advertisementwill g

( J, w. Martin, of Jacksonville, Hiss Mattie Yarn, who hlOi been of the state along many in held the enwrapped attention of hill
not make
you a successful advertiser.
III a, pleasant visitor to Octla.Pr. the Iu..t of the brother, ;Mr. Josiah dustrlal Huts.Mr audience. o fD

Yarn for some weeks part, returnedto *. Robertson: hu mvle her home Next to General Oordou'n graphic o Lay out a line of publicity and put it in

,. and Mrs. H..t'or Levon her home at Bartow Wednesday in Ocala for a iiurnhnr of years and description of that momentous c.>u- o e

were vUitors to Ocala/ Tuesday. afternoon. h.!\ won many xrieadi here who join Weulling'a"HtonftwaIl: )) J.ckM>u'' 0 0

that it -- with the (1,-ala Banner in xtendins! U the most fliHiient production uu
j The weather indications: are
E I'rrsidrmit Cleveland who is a
and to her and to Mr. Riberum their Ocala audience has ever listened to. ,
t today.M
.JIjfj sill >cloudy warmer
visitor to Florid, although attendedby << **
ratulatiou The management of the Lyceum
best wishes and
cnn 2 V.ft V SI Tha..tYill "
Pa.y x
W. P.HaMeyU beautifying his his: ph.i<'ian, i is said to be in in<*t. Bureau is to be cougratulat&J ou giving X

raid race with new coat of paint.KxPreident excellent health and is as e"thusia Notice. its members attraction t>o i mtellectuul m 0
The reeu'ar annual. meeting of the Foo
tic a fisherman as ever. and educational.A o e
.tiK-kholders\ of the Dunnellim Phosphate -
Cleveland is ---- ---- --
: : among!: e
Mr. 1:. H. Miller, of Meri: li mil, Ct., Company will be held at th" CaegefiOe u
the distinguished visitors to Florid oltiee of the company in Rockwell Sworn Statement.lofertiiy e Qe0e' ee9 Q6G e
-- i is a visitor to 0",111. and will tie with
Mtrion county, Florid, on Tuesday, This i, that ou Monday, e8 OGG eeGeegQeaeA
Wereeret to learn that Mr.: and us several 1 days Mr.( Miller: owns
Februnry-lTlh, Ifl1I3. at liJ o'clock noon. the 23 day of October, 19l( I [..unhase4l -
I MM Allan I 'gers': little baby I N quite in Oi'nla, and in the county
property RALPH BARKER, of Th Racket Company, Ocala.Ph. n _
.ifk. and i inhere inspecting the smie.Mises Secretary.Help ., a pair of their Tomahawk Brand
made .khorn, and that I .!l 2! !i Iji:1rJII]. !Ft1jj!! .!5JL'JIIIRI!! -
becoming ------- penitentiary ,
Movement in real estate are Needed. 2
Alice Ilredy) and Ethel Sin have worn them continuously ever ;
quite active in and around The house occupied by W. I,. Dow
clair returned T t-fUy !afternoon wince, awl the upper' aud wile.s are WE EAT MEAT

(l-ila. ___ from few daj-'n visit to friend atC ling and fdiiily, about\ two mil..s out still in good condition; and it \it! my

A gigantic I steel plant employing ndlr.. Monday night these young Orange avenue, wa burned Tuesday belief that they are good for direr ._...'.. :a... To grow htrong. CnlfM we get
.. Uruns- The istmr of mouths more wear. This: i is fourteen : ;.l i' -. goou meat we may as .rll let
74+up <>|>h> is to lie located at night. family, con ffi! -
t hlirtiHrt: el mplimenre) l with a big 1'P.-! ?1 -V)1:'
months wear that I have alma<)ty received ....' '
?:t. : it alone. Therein'
'I'kn&Ir. father. mother two girls of nine and : \' noMrtcgtbiu
dance. I from these shoes, whu-e oiiginal !; ),' '", I"t' ,
ici' : J"b ,,- .Y tough meal-instead of giving -
-- -- six years and the aged gr nd mother, : ; ,
1 l.-tS. .
Wed- cost n as f .. -
} .. W. C. (dbriiith; returned !2J '
Col. Martin Yan I5ur-n Van Ness, are left destitute. A..-.Ntiuce is> need I. P. :MKVKXS. 'tom :'" -/) ,J iy !:: it taker ttrrngth to dlg"t
ne,day: from \iiit to relative on the ::9 -; ').- .-.r, "f.,:
of Inverness wa in Ocult Tuesdiy. ed.: Contributions! of food, clothingor Connor, J l:1. F $ ; r;::: ,. -.'." it. It pays to bN r_refu 14t

East: Coast.Mr. .------- He has recently won a big suit in the cush may be lett Ht this ofiic-, or Sworn to and subscribed before me f2J '\'f.t }$;: ...-' "'fit.. .:.',:.:?;1", '-5-.'. buying meat-*.* sure to gl
January 2,1903.V.. \V. CLYATT, 'it- : 1. .- ""
J. Starr Sieruberger went to !'IIIrt'mtt court against the A. ('. L. at the ollmce of Mr. Warren at the (Seal) Notary Public. j .':.:""' ...:(. ':; the best-tender aLd eLoii*.

ckrou\ille' OH a business, trip Tues railway\ and of fouris feeling quite Haptiat church. :i:J ""- ,MJ s::!\. ,.:'.; ;'I::; Pay a little more it bred le.nd

Urdu}*. happyMr.} __ Notice. Reading Club. -_.. Y i ",''l Y" 1 J (put w'methiugInyour: tomarb I Ii

Mr. E. 11. Mote, of Lee burg! was Milton F. Hood of Ha-niltou Protect your orange trees and. tender The above organization( htl i a very 'i);;/' (,tJ.t-...,._..,...r \ 4.t '::;...;'? .:'. mirth will put flekh an salt
pltnts. Five hundred MoFailindtenU pleasant meeting with .Vis Esther :. '"tir'e.ii ,fA.$1. bones and htroiig blunt in bnrheart.
WM a prominent' visitor to OcaiaVed- Gi., who hlI.e u "j -iidiue w>me ,I-.' .Jj," Sf
being closed out at less:; than Weathers yesterday afternoon.The .
t rdli). weeks l< )king after his property here
cost. 11'.M.: BKOW.V, consisted of current
The young people are planning aPluuu and on Late Weir, returned to his 17ImdTitu"vilh.., Fla. program ED vVARDSBROS.
events by the club and papers by :Mud ,
light drive to Silver Spring! for honif Tuesday. He has left the Still. ti aiiil .1 (.it). Mnrltd, (Inila. Flu.T .
Mr. and Mrs. Munroe At Home. Mary Heardou and Miss Minute '
tuul"Lt. management nf his: property in the .J
their beautiful Gamby. Miss Reardou'd was
hands of Mr. Frank D,tto. Tuestayeveuimmgat: paper !i] fi@ (jijjiI tijiiI.f

Mr. W. H. Clark returned Tue!dy --- ------ home on "Ouondairo Hill" two miles on the subject of English! Schools,
from Orange Lake ilh a nice wiring It is stated tint Mr. Edward; Stevens south of town Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Prisons and Asylums! of the Charles -- --

of duck of Trenton X. J.. has arrived at Munroe were "at home" to a number' Dickens period and was a very excellent

Yalaha. Flu., and will take charge of of their friends. and instructive one. ITDON'TPAV

Mr. J, S. Weathers, of Leroy, was the kaolin works The enterprisewill The evening W2i't'ry charmingly Miss Oamsby's paper was, as her's

in t,>wu TUt'lJIiYnth a: wagon load be worked with considerable spent in playing! progressive whi.t. always are, particularly' interesting

of turkeys. activity, and as soon as arrangements There were five tablet- and enjoyable.: Her paper was a con *buy cheap eeds. for your year's work
depends on sour s' 'eiis for results, so buy
Mr. W. M 1. Ross: came up from can he made the plant will be run At the conclusion of the games a tract or companion of Dickens and good) seeds from those! who keep nothing

but the t.t-st . . .
Duiiurllou jebierday for a short buisea. i- day and ni bt. delicious supper was served to the Thackeray.

4 gut>sL;. Next week the club will take up the Chufas, Goubers Cow Peas,

-- ----- Mr. Kd: H. Bullum, capitalist and The handsome: first: prizes were won ttudyof Rul wer awl will meet with ---- u __ __ ____-

J. H. Bigtlrtw, fruit co-uruis- all round promoter of Tampa, was in by Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Mr. L. R. Mi-s Prumh)'. The hour of meetinghas Velvet Beans, Sorghum SeedCall

iou merchant of Cleveland is, a guestat Ocala Tuexlay. Mr. Rutfuni i is a -- --- -- -- --- --
Chazal, while the boobies fell to the been changed from 3 to a:3iJ

the Ocala Hou-e. big stockholder in the Manatee Or. lot of Mr. Chttzal: and Mr. Wood row. o'clock. ull IH for anything we have nottrnt
it will look it for and do
wv up von any
and Lemon The -- ---
ange Compuiy. Mr.I and Mrs. Munroe assisted :
favor for we CiuulIl do It
Mr. Alworthpent' WednesdayVMiing : you I'lurrfully.
r lands are very rich and the location in roceiviugand entertertaining their 4

his brother, Mr. Fred AN Try a 50c bottle.of Herbine, notice
excellent aud he says every acre is Mr. and Mrs. Howard J
truest:) by :Mun
worth at Live- Oak.---- now set out to orange lemon and roe and Mif :Munroe. the improvement speedily efl'ected in The Ocala Seed Store ,

grapefruit trees and looks as prettyas __ u ___ __ __ your Appetite, Enepy,Strength, and 3axh' ( ';u'u. :,: Iamtm.r* i'.
California lemon glowers are put-

tint; their fruit iu cold storage to a picture. The trees are all bearing, vigor. Watch how it brightens! the __ __ ___ __ ____n_ __ i
the !spirits\ !' gives freedom from Indigestion -
await letter! prices.Me are now in full bloom and the outlookis Jill Humors
Debility !
most encouraging. Mr. Builam

".r4. T. J. Owen and A. n. says that South Florida is rapidly becoming Are impure matters which the skin, Isaac-lttory, Ava, Mo., Sept 10th,
1WK/). "I in bad I When You of Us You Get Full Value For Your
Gate left Wednesday for Jacksonvilleto the modern Kden. liver, kidneys and other organs can I way health. hap Buy Money,

attend a meeting of the 0. A. R. --- -- not take care of without help, there it etomaebe trouble for 12 mouth, aNodumbchilla.

J. B. Cutler, for the past! ten years! ranch an accumulation of them. Dr. ri. \V. dory prescribed .

?Ir. F. Watson has just had his one of the erticieht division trainmasters They litter the whole system.Pimples Herbine it cured me in two I We Are SpecialistsIN

: house on South Third street painted of the Atlantic Coast Line, has boils, eczema and other weeks. I cannot recommend it to
which adds greatly to its attraetions. resigned that position because he believes eruptions, Iota of Appetite that tired highly, it will do all you claim for it". THE- -
feeling, bilious turn, fit of indigestion -
there is more money in the fish Sold by ,\Monopoly Drug Store.
! Celery is now being' chipped from dull headaches and many other I SHOE HAT AND
business. Mr. Cutler owns the ice 01 ,
) Florida and troubles are due to them.Hood's .
:1 in refrigerator cars prices
: at Dunnellou and Dade City,
are encouraging. The crop is said to plants Mr. Joe C. Mathew, of Flemingtou, UMBRELLA LINESand
also extensivefish Sarsaparilla
and has purchased an
toe I Urge.MM.; for so many years Marion county'sfaithful i
business Crystal river which
and Pills tax assessor; was in Ocala(
Keller of Philadelphia, who conduct iu connection
he to
proposes He has gone to farmingin can show the best goods in
all humor all you
has l'tfu the guest of her sister, )1 rg. with his ice business. His family, Renters overcome
their effects tone and earnest. He has. just purchased- r
'1'. J. Owen for some time, has! returned who are now residing in this city, strengthen, the city.
machine for eat and other
intlgorata the whole 'rstem. drilling ,
home. expect to make their home in Ocala _
up to date implements and iu : -==--= = -= :: = --==== "CT. -
"I had salt rheum on my bands! to that I

Mr. and Mr Tom Ayer, of Macon Gainesville- cor.-- to-Times-Union.--- -!- eoold not wept I took Hood" S&rsaparllla his: declining years expects to : \\ J. CHAMBERS SI-IOE CO. /
and it drone out the hurno I continued of "hand shak-
(.ia. and. before Another Sale. become independent
are visiting Ocala returning rM." MBA.IBA .
tie on till the sores dle&j
will visit Lake Weir. It We understand that Mr. A. A. Me- O. BBOWS Ramford PalU, Me. ing" and become monarch of many Ocala, Florida. \

looks like old times to see so many of Craney has bought the Maj. Bond Head' Sarsaparilla proml e to broad, finely cultivated and rich producing
cur. and keeps the promise AAAA AAAAAAAAA AAAAAA
the "old timers" returning. cottage on South Third street.
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WHITTIER RELICS AUCTIONED. On a Better Military Footing. Thin/ BRANCH'S
The "Lower Element" and the Higher. THE WEST BILL
I Ad j-ft*n, Ko-ter IIUM called: I't metingof "Encore! Encore!" insistently yelled
Then is Ii dickeuillf Ii row going <>u Manuscripts and Letters of the Pcet the ooiuiiiNhinniMl ortirers of the group ot collide students in the ..GENUINE[ I [ RITTEESHIKE[ L.;

just now and the south is looking on To Require Railroads to Equip Flat Bring Large Sum. audience after little Uva bad died bt-r ,
theVtatp troops to ie held in Jaekson-! death and the curtain Lad fallen."Lucore WATERMELON SEEDOnly
"just ticketed to death. Cars For Lumber. New York Feb. 9.-Some manuscripts stage Jt
letters ville early i in March fr the purposeof : Cncore!
Out in :Mississippi, at a littleposIolice!! Colonel AV. S. West, of Valdosta, of John G. Whittier and The Uncle Tow one of the kind that PUKE Strun i fI lh. '
formerly owned by him were sold diM'Uvtiiig the ,uvi."ility..f) ; a-k- ,
the people objected to a negress as mill in this county atLevou nettled no burned cork to emphasize i ,, ry
who has a big at auction in this city last eight to Itlll > !" k 4 ,
10 H before ,, t .
ill!! the Florid legMtlure! I'"s" the blackness of his face htcpind ah = III'I\A"-I I ,
i whereupon as a puui-h- of the Georgia funds the maintenance of i .. '
postmistress member for .
is! a secure the curtain in sowe perpkxity."GenTnieu Ice C'U- l'Uh 'e4!''''1--'' + ,I.uncles 1
the old Whittier homestead.The Mil aUowinj! ; tinstat troops to join art f' "- :
ment for their lack of taste the post- i legislature.: ," be said "dere uiu gwine .. J
271 lots sold brought $10,000.An rlll'ltlu's army in ease <>t war I oa. IJC, J I.* 1. q I,
closed while the l'01'c-Chic-.l&o! Tribune. 'I''K I li"
office was promptly While there he i utroduced the following be no
iginal! draft of a message by without fist lieiug iuu postwastereoutinuestodraw her paytoreitiply bill which is of interest to President Lincoln to congress in regard Simp! Colds. Culture I'c Krmit i h -, '.' f
C (. (I. A.Nwcli "r service.
the voluuierr '11 money
commi sioll. to the Freedman's Aid Society, d
holding her :< .
lumbermen everywhere: Cea-e to lie simple, if at all | r< !"iie-
obtained by Charles Sumner from Lincoln : mid Lieim-nutt John iniham M. I. tKAMCK,
In t-peakiug of the iuei "An act to require and presented to Whittier ed. The way put ..
titles at this
the Oala l
Roosevelt is reported to have remarked and other carriers to equip their bright: $S45, the highest figure of the will represent aside at the ht' ilJllil1g. lUlltrd'ttHorehouud

that is is only the "!ower and meeting. If this till. P laves congress syrup stops cold and removes
used for
hit cars : carrying sale.A
letter from Alfred Tennyson to and HIP Florid l -Ulatiire: thinks the cause of colds, 25cV It., sj & ;
element" in the south that objects with standardsupports.. :
Whittier went for 1400. favorably of the pi to it will put our and SI.00 a bottle at Ami.monopoly a [ r
postmistresses. and other appliance
negro I trips, railings Among the purely Whittier relicsan in much letter shapethan Drug Store, m

Well, a few days later th> presidenttried necessary::! : to the safe carriage; ot such original unpublished and last stanza state troops : .
of the poem published in the 5's. they have ever heeD before.T. I I
it on the cultured l>stoniins: hy lumber and timber; to provide that .
"To which is
My Sister"-a stanza -- ----- .. ,

having appointed to the office of the weight of the same be included signed in full by the author-;"was sold F. Thomas Hardware and S:d Cc i 1 t LYJ

assistant United States; attorney, for provide for $23.The: f '
in the weight of cars; to pay limit-d quantityof 1,1Remember 4
child. WeCHU furnish a
original manuscript of the
the city of Boston, a negro by the for the shipper by the carrier in case Famous rf-cted Cucumberand
poem, "In School Days, of nine stanzas our
name of \in.11. Lewis. of default on the Utter and for otherpurposes. together with two additional stan lit-uuiitf II sky Ford upc I dI ,,, .I.Ii

Fr m the loud professions: which zas composed afterward, brought $540. send. Tbes Heed are soan-e. Writ I __ j ,

Attached to the manuscript was a let far All kinds of new seedin t. .:\-', '
made since us prices. I
Boston fanatics have ever the j
enacted .
"Section 1. I it by
: >e j ter to Lucy lreom. editor of "Our stock.T. 1 CAX sell you the -,,). '

the war of love for the negro, and general assembly: of Georgia, and it is Young Folks:" F. THOMAS HARI>WAKE&SEEDCo., ; \\TE ': .., '\:'-. ....',,:,'t"
yrrMV + '
their bitter denunciations of the hereby enacted by the authority ofsame "Dear Editor Lucy: 1 could tot Gainesville, Fla. ''i! smallest article or a i :: ...Uy, ySL1t

south, a pen-on not well informed that from and after sixty: days make verses for the pictures but I '1i carload of anything pertaining -
sent thee herewith a bit which: I am For Sale. j I IA I II! I: I I-I .) ..,1

might have supposed that Lewis after the pas-ageof: this act, it shall sure is childish, if not childlike. Da '::1! to Hardware, Iron lor.. Illiu. .. M..uWtag

would have been embraced in the be the duty of every railway corn honest with it, and if it seems too A limited amount of Japanese cane I mad IliiililinViu ; Vi.l tint.

Boston bosom and a public resolutionof : or other engaged in the spoony for a graTe Quaker like myself or feeed. It has many merits; makes Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dynamite 'I \ person
pany and "
kind of is very
don't compromise me by printing the finest syrup, I
thanks sent to the president for of for hire in this: and irtir-u- Lime Cement, Stoves.TWENTYFIVE I A SM'flJ i .
business carrying It When I get a proof I may seesomething prolific. Write for pliers p I I

the opportunity.But state to efficiently and suitably equip to mond. or mar. Thine lars.; W. H. Crawford, Panna.u1fk'c, I i Purchase our Ti..k.j .', h i'h! trr

not so. truly J. G. W.' Florida. :3 0.3t4tt j Guarante Supfn. t.. tn\,.
and and all flat cars and CARLOADS
every Almost without exception those I Sold South, and Thi. r..I.\

All the people of Boston are not cars belonging to such carrier, and purely Whittier relics were purchased IN OUR I, Savoffiue ,- ,'I'"l "11".,'

fanatics, fools, negro lovers, nor south which may t>e furnished on which to it Is understood on behalf of prl ,I WAREHOUSESGaincsille ) itnlj', ,t I! .kt i. .s,.

haters, and such a howl as has gone up load any cargo of lumber or timber .r

been heard since the confu-ion :bll1to J :
Las not
and sufficient standards -

of All Babel.the sins of omission, commission other, supports equipments, straps and, railing appliancesnecessary and British-American Absorbs Great Tobacco Plant Company EXPRESS :, BAIRD!I HRDWR! [ [CO.,! H aM

intention of President t '
and secret ,
to hold and keep the cargo Louisville Ky.. Fob. 9.The CourierJournal *. ,

Roosevelt hi nee he first became po. firmly in place. this morning says: ; j I Florida. .., .. .' .. Twos >>T Ya. "C
been "The enormous plant of W. S i 004O
litically known, have brought $J I, "
"Sec. 2.: Be it further enacted by 0 Ly I" .
Mathews & Sons, of this city, the i l, _. 1 1 uui Hurts A
forth and made to stare him in the qj
I' the authority aforesaid, that the largest rehandling tobacco estahlis i ii tE
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face.The standards, stays, strips, railing, equipments ment in the world ha: been absorbed i' F< J/f'l rA'h'rh"i fl A'U
New York Herald, which was by the British-American Tobacco ,company SQtS. ,\..* "j
appliances.contrivauces, etc., c-.d:
the English adjunct of too 5
supporting him for renomination, has provided for in the first section of American Tobacco company. N s : ta": For nearly I "

like hot and has $i1 a' ..
dropped him a potato and be held "Mr. John V. Mathews the head half a century -
this act, shall constitute r* r I
become the leader of his politicalfoes. of the Mathews1 plant, will ;, ...--4--. f : .
and considered part and parcel of day for New York to complete Thennal I .

said cars, and the weight of the same details of the deal which! is the { .12'QiS., l l.rel Jl.Y S
AVhat "sauce for the goose" was FUNERAL 1
was shall be added to the weight of the biggest of the kind for some time All .

not sauce for the gander in this case, the main terms have been agreed: up 1'$9 OPCHJLS. ,: Seeds
deducted from the
and shall be
except in feo far that the president's cars, on, the purchase price being In the ... .. :k i, a.rerr,,ruvtutsn. uaur+rtT DIEfcCTORS.
weight of the cargo of lumber and neighborhood of $2,000,000.:! !undo; mU.eYrry'aarn J
.fl churn( I9uS .nr An'l.i .
action to have cooked his BLUM & CO. -
many years Mathews & Sons . a.rprtxuu
that the freight
timber so
shipped, 11, tt... .f..U_. ol 4 torto ,
"goose" thoroughly done. I have done the bulk of the rehandling, 51.FFIIRiilU.i .. :
!Salt of Iewr1rttt rer .1' .
charges shall be charged by the car- a)7) and III) 11. Bay St. Lrlrult, Mk a. T.rr
j their business extending for over a \0 bortaI..1ow
At the same time it is a very comforting
rier only on the cargo shipped i year between the firm and the American Jacksonville, Florida. Embahlllll" OnI4er, .
reflection that "the lower
"Sec. 3. Ise it further enacted by Tobacco company, which controls .
elnment" in the south stand on the the British-American company. It- --------- -- -
the authority aforesaid! that in the .
was only a few weeks ago, however
same ground as "the higher
case that any such carrier shall: fail in that the negotiations which led directly

Springs the north Herald.. in such matters.-White i i its the duty said imposed cars in on the it first, in respect section of of "The to New the Orleans present deal rehandling were begun.plant. FACTS ARE :NOT FUTILEJ&jH'cially I l

the largest under the
---- ---- control of the

The Southern Palm Company is a this act, and the unapplied standards American Tobacco company at the
I 'ic/tc/i t/tcy to tltc .suciny l //M/////-X ill inmpocket.
present time will be
new institution at Lakeland, just organized supports, strips or other proper transferred here, .
and will be merged with the Mathews'
for the purpose of manufacturing equipment, I'h"lllot' provided by the Other Sx what Ju/ve ( Grill 't1!
plant. business of a similar to offer you lw fully wnn'in< .
prepared palms, palm leaves, shipper, it t-hlllll.e, and it is hereby nature also will be transferred to i

etc., made the duty of such carrier owning Louisville. r,
"The now owners of the plant will
ear, to pay to tile shipper five dollars!
('olli{>r'oJ Weekly, as strong a republican incorporate, the capital stock being
organ as Judge, says that the it may be necessary for said chipper to I !have at the old Alliance Store in;Ocala the most complete and up-to-date luu nf 1

president i is making a mistake in his
I supply or provide any su.-h standard, LOUBET'S PROPOSED VISIT
negropolicy. He i is intensifying[ and
supports, strips, or other equipment ]) Goods aiicl G-roeeries
making more difficult the race prole French President Will Make Exten- l-T ,
as compensation to the said shipperfor sive Tour of United States j
leui. 1
-- ---- the t-ame, payment of which said Chicago Feb 9.-According to TheC'hronicle's which I offer to the people of Ocala, Marion and surrounding t"tuntw., .t the\ !

It i is pn poi-td to cut oil a Mice of sum shall be mai'e Laid carrier to New Orleans correspon-
dent, the French colony there has received most reasonable figure ever before offered;to the public. I realize that tb day i I
Montana and a slice of Houth Dikota said! shipper upon demand of said word that President I-oubit of

and make up a new state, to be called shipper made upon\ any ngtut of said France will come to that city about here when you must have value for yourjdollars; and I am prepared t\ \i\\\ star i i

Montague. "Mont," we suppose, carrier, and raid shipper shall have a June of-war 15 enroute, 1904, on to board the St.a French Louis man-fair. this value. Am recieving daily a line oflStaple: and Fancy Grocri'-- t tluit wii! !

came from Montana and the "ague"but lieu therefor ..aitll'ar. I
; The Idea is to retrace the steps of supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS GOODS, XATI -N8. l bHoFX i
this trough: on Dakota! t'Il le! it further enacted! by the historic French discoverers and to ascend ,

----- authority aforesaid, that ihf provisi"ns the Mississippi river as they did HATS, CLOTHING for men and'.boys' is complete and full. The .,ril" '* "h..III.., !

Editor Harris in years gone by.
is making his: sermon of the preceeding sections of It is planned that after visiting the made to suit you. We are here to sell : goods and they shall be M ld. 4.' \u- iI i
a feature the Ocala B.inner. As a
this act bhLllllot apply to shipments world's fair. M. Loubet will cross the I

general rule, sermonizing i is unprofitable continent
on a special train, where he
carried out of this state by said carriers
and to most readers a sermon i is will he received at New York. There
by rail. he will hoard a United States cruiser (
uninteresting reading matter. The
and be taken back to Europe
sermons of Editor Harris nodoubt
You know what you are taking.

furnish an exception to the rule.- When you take Grove's Tasteless THEY ViblT ATLANTA. .,

Lakeland News. Chill Tonic became the formula is
Congressional Committee on Public / A

plainly printed on every bottle, showing Buildings.
It is the old story over again. Germany f- "
that it is simply Iron and Quininein Atlanta, Fe-b. 9.-The congressional k -o
says Venezuela reached for her committee on public buildings, head- >
a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay
hip pocket, and then the shooting be I ed by Chairman David Mercer, of Nebraska dr

gau. The gender used in the personification arrived in this city from New fS ''.
Orleans at noon today.
of nations slightly: interferes The Penalty of Holding Office.
The part was; welcomed by a commIttee -

with the symmetry of our simile, but Cecil Urant and Sidney Maddox conj.posod of the members of

the intelligent reader will the city council and the city chamber -
easily catch who went l last week to Ocala to enter
of commerce.An .
on.-Xordheim View. the examination for a scholarship at s" '
inspection was made this afternoon 1, '
the South Florida Military Institute, of tlw different departments of YRIGNT
Mrs. "'. 11. Frazer, the noted elocutionist ; the postoffice building.
were informed upon reaching town
and impersonator of Auburn, A conference was held with the
in the early morning that the examination heads of each division of the local
Ala., who appeared in Ocala Tuesday
would be held in the afternoon ; postofflce management in regard to
night, February 3and who went from the appropriation for a new postoffice
waiting, they were in the afternoon Once more we want to call your attention to our Coffee It.our own blendf
r here to Lake City, was taken su Ideu- building for this city.

ly very ill in that city and was compelled informed that it would be held Satur- I The party will remain in this city different beans, and is in great and growing demand. The very t heat to or. had
day. The boys knew of no assurance until tomorrow noon.

to postpone! h.r engagementthere. that it would really take place then, for the money anywhere. We make a specialty of pure fine Coffees: and T.-uiv
Tier Ocala friends General Booth In Atlanta.
many hopes and did not return to Ocala Satulda '. Atlanta Feb. 10.-General William and anything sold byusmay: : be relied upon as to Loth quality and quantity. L--w
that she
entirely recovered ere It Booth, commander !In chief of the Salvation
this. was strange treatment they received Army arrived in this city from prices, reliable goods and prompt service attract trade, and we hold it. Try iiI ..
at the hands of
our honorablesenator.
Birmingham early this morning. An
The Florida Extract Company with One of the l-oj's could ill Inspection will be'made of all the local

headquarters at Titusvilie, has been allbrd to lose! the day from his home army posts this afternoon.
extend to you a cordial invitation to make my :store: headrjimrteri wh n you
incorporated with a capital stock of l'm 1'Ioyment.-Bt'IItview News-Let Want Chinese Kept Out

$250.000. This company originally ter. Manila, Feb. f.-The Filiplnl Labor come to Ocala. \i e are always glad to see you and shake your tsaBd. Afk" for

slatted on !small'! capital on the manufacture union has issued a protest against

Co cure a eoU in one day. Chinese immigration, threatens violence

of palmetto extracts. The incorporators Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab to prevent its Introduction! S. R. Pyles Old Alliance Store.

are: William M. Brown, lets. All druggists refund the moneyif and asks the people> to cooperateIn ,

C. \Villanham, Allen N. Medd, of the efforts to prevent rich IniaiEration. .
it failes
to cure. II.!: W. Grove's .

Titusville. signature is on each box.-loc *

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,, \'IIlXXVI., NO. :31. -- OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEB'RU.\IY-{ I 13.: lw 3: DOLLAR A YEAR i

.. At the Methodist Church I .Ii i-i" 4II .. ..... .... .. .. .. . ... .
E. A. Polly, of Bellevi w, hits i Miss Price at the Baptist Church. Sunday. .. 't. '\ i 't. -t .oj. i.. ."........t.- '

THE OLD RELIABLE bought _,OIM( acres! of good( lumber I Most( interesting Cerviceserehelt;! I The pastor Rev. J. A. Hendry,
near EW'tra. aud will put in a saw at the Baptist (..I&un'hunllll: '. At I preached most excellent sermons Sunday ...
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.... mill. the moniiU4 bour the pastor, Rev. L. moruii:; and evening at tlU'1 "",.

I B. Warren, preached very elofjueul Methodist church.In ; ( new depositor may brim only a few dC nah
Rev. and I :Mrs.! J. P. Hilnurn anti I .
the lUnk
to tJullh. value
nf the
may greatto .
sermon irm John Ii: U. "I have the morning his subject was
little t In ret unit'd Monday afternoon -r us Every bati.-ried:; customer is sure to bring Potl .
1o.yr given them Thy word" "The (Church. He showed it to be -:: >.r. This is why we are so persistent! in*asking for c
from a short!. visit to Mrs. Hilburn's -
:. small accounts. : : : : : : : : :
In the Itflt'rllclClOliss Lottie Price, instituted and maintained by Divine
paren.s at Micanpy.
--- a returned nil3-ioury from China,, jKiwer. Xo other power could induce 1 1SIL '_HOE Ar C II A :\113LItit3, i

Mr. C. P.Kmer.-onof, Cedar Hapi.I", talked to the children about China. the pioneer Mtttiodist' preacher to : H \NKKKt, 0

Iowa, father of :)'oung1: r. Emerson She WHS reused in the costume: of the endue the hardships he endures. : 0'ALA :- FLORIDA. i

with Mr. Troslrr, visiting Oeala native Chinese and the aL-(. eshibitt-d God has a special place in the church ... : i r. .. . : .. ,.. '-.. . t llkRt } i

amid will remain some days.A. a number of idols gods: and other for every member that no one else -..a1111911111i1P11111111P1111111I1Iif

------ oriental curio:: can fill. Sometimes He may choose: .. -- -- -- ---

waha. M.Lumber Carlton Company lilt with, the of Silver Okla- In the evening Miss t Price spoke to the most illiterate ones for His service -:s!" " " " ,;" "!" "1111PIIIIIP11111111P111111111111LMIS. " ," "!" "!" '

the Itdulrs on the labors of the missionaries ,. but He never makes a mistakf.
Hprings, had accepted the position a*. L. T. TOMPKINS'
1Absolutely in China. The great Bishop :Marvin was an illustration
purser with the Hart line of sryitne't5.
She is a very interesting talker and of this feet, for when God
Pare. I .| FAl10US MILLINERY !
A Mr. Harry Cline rame up from ,\uluru.lale gave much information (concerning called him to preach he could scarcely :, |
TfIS NO Sunday. He will remain in the Chinese i-eople. She says theyare read but he afterward develop.dinto :-- --
:::: Is a Source of Pleasure to Everybody If hard toP :::
\ou are
Ocala all the week und on Saturdayhe : strong: intellectually and physically one of the mightiest preachers :- -
, -- -I I please, there; her style will please you and convince you that -;
: will pttieut t'uduringIIYlllpathetic history. Mr. Hendry desired theOcala :
and Mrs. Cline return to ,
Mono: THIS I'ATKK; WILL NOT .::Z you are not hard to please, only have not found before the style H

FAWN AT TIIK FEET OF TilE MAX WHO I Auburndnte, where they will maKe and lnvtl'lr. Methodist church to be a !E and quality you desired. You will find the finest style anti attortment -:::

IAdSt'DUK\L1'ASh: WITHOUT MKKIT I I'REACII.IITlnTol'IIF'I'II their home. She slid some of the native woman, mighty power for good this year. :-::: in the city, and most complete Her novelti and =-i

: HILL; NOR who have become converts to Chris1, "The Prodigal Sou" was Mr.Hendry's ::: Paris patterns will readily explain why ihi. is the most fashionable -

WILL IT KICK THE MAX WHO ISGIIIXJlws I Mr. and :Mrs. M. E. Robinson and I develop into as Cue Christian- evening subject. The prodigal -E place to buy your winter Lead wear. Jin- Totnpkiim' ellort -

IT. t= have succeeded in establishing a business whose foundation IN -g
little laughter, Rosebud, left Tuesday any in this country. was all right till be left I III nlt'.
----- I r founded upon a rOI'IHer principle of trade u one thai mil 13
---- for a several day's trip on thlt \\" nt :Miss Price 'peats hopefully of the The preacher said! it was a dl.t.tIgeruusloerio.l ,:: yield a benefit to everyone.: You want to know you are well -::*

SA3A SLIWSSra SASSIS.: Loaf: EJitar 'oast.' They will take iu Tampa ('htn -se as a nation aud thinks that with our :young men when dressed ; quality and Style give that satihfaction.: You can buy "::::
o 1'14111(1It..y and the Manatee river wonderful developments will be they leave home for the first time. :;: your millinery from :Mrs. Tompkins and know you are in line

('01. Camp was in; Oath TUI' da '. pection. with the be-t. A perfect' satisfaction a delight to router ::
\Ytieu the
made there iu the next decade along prodigal came to himself
--- -- :: You will worth H
pitt- get your monej's and lie style
Mr. Fred Xewberger N iu the city. Mr. John J. Harris and son, of Val- all lines, religious, political' and com that was hilt turning point for the :: thrown III. .
,t Corner south :M.iLMinlii :Mrtd and lI'I.\\t 1It1.. III"| |" -Ik I i tlnsta and :Mrs. EM> J. HarrU, of Madison mercial.After. better. In this! busy wurld we need
IIII'III'III!'.IIIIIIIII' lllllilllllllllllllll 1 !' 1 !
Mr.P.L. Kiliingsby, ot Martin, i btip ; spent Sunday morning with Miss Price had finished Ler to come to ourselves-to take time for I .llllllillflililiuiiu, '1 t 1, ,, ,I111illlll, !. .

a visitor to Ocala. relatives! in this city. They left on very interesting remarks, 19 new serious thought. The prodigal was ---------- --

the noou train for Citra to be the members of ihe church presented welcomed home and so will ev-ry .Jn':..,....." j.P.r::;:, iH"" i"i*'!',.,JlV '.,"' :ur =,"Int:
f' I Mr. A. I* JIv-, of the A. C. L.,
, .9; guests of Mrs. S. H. Harris for a short ihem"elves at the altar and receivedthe sinner be who comes repentant.The .
t wu in Oval Monday. i THE NEW
I while. rites of baptism., anthems at both services were
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Mr. I/iuU Duvnl .>f Lw-bur, spent )Ir. L. :M. Riysor, jr., a baggage! excellent. At the morning service
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin L, L. D. I D. H. BHOWX, M. D., I'ropn.-lor.;
Sunday with friend iu Ocala master on the A. C. L. who was in the following were received into the
Waverly, Texas, writes; "Of a I
jur..tlat O-iinesville a -hort time ago, morning, when first rising' I often church by cereficate from :youth

Mr. It J.Kbightof! Crystal River, was! in Oral Monday. He has; not entirely find a troublesome collection of Carolina: M j. and :Mrs. Izlar, Miss I ;I Is now open and ready to serve the publicwith I'urt"rll..1t

Ocala House which and Lee Izlar Miss Eloise Izlar and Drugsat! the corner of South Magnolia .street and Ft. King
"'!all registered at the recovered: from his injuries and phlegm, produces a cough, Eult ,
i alUIl"e! have line of HOLIDAY ( ioolS. in
is hard to di-loge: but a small pretty
very :Mr. 11. D. Izlar.
Monday.Mr. he
left last night for W where
ycross quantity Btllards Horehouud Sy run -- -- -- I Stationery, Toilet Articles, Perfumery. TJEfL'., whieh

U. 1.1'onge,jr wHt down to will remain in the liostipal for some will ut onge di-lo;e it, and the troubleis \ Does It Pay to Buy Cheap? we invite shoppers to inspect before making i tln-ir pun-hoses.

afternoon mouths. over. I know of no medicine that A remedy for and'
LeeHhurg I Monday on a cheap :
-- --- is equal to it and it is
: i'O't'ry i
colds is all but want
right something
business trip. Among! the prominent citizens of pleasant to take. I can most cordially that will, relieve you and cure the I I CAREFUL COMPOUNDING' OF PRESCRIPTICNS IS OUR SPECIALTYHouses

the county who were in the city Saturday recommend it to all persons needing -
Mr. Macon Hroome, of Quincy, was ,.., ,...... ..,_ ... ..-.. _
medicine for throat more severe and dangerous results of L'OLI[ -" ""' = = = ''' : :>-- """
or lung trou
the traveling Dalesman in we Doted1t' Chas.Thomas, I !
among bles." Price !i"c, 50.1 1 IK) bottle' at throat and lung troubles. What shall l -
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of Pine; F. :M. Townsend, of Martin;
Ocala )Iunll y. The Anti-Monopoly ; ,
Drugstore m do? lio to a warmer aud more
M. L. Payne, of Fairfield ; A. J.
Mr. II: Scovillt, of the Scranton, Turner, of Like liouever; J. H. A Compliment to Mr. Rodgers. regulartlimate? Yes, if possible; it Lots Farms Groves

I (Pa.) t'orret-poudence School, was in I Henderson, of (jrahuu\'ilIej; N. L. The: commi-siouers last :Mondaygave not possible, for you, then iu either ,
case take tie only remedy! that has
tbe city Monday.Mr. I Fort of Moss Bluff J. J. Lufl'man of Al. Rodgersaoteof thanks for
; been introduced iu all civilized countries stir Sale. Kent or Li a"t'. Cash or on Time.

-- down Anthony, G. J. Strozier, of Ockla- the splendid work which he has done with success in severe throat and
lId Mclntofth went to
waha. heie as superintendent of road build( lung troubles! "Boschee's German
Fitzgerald MouUy afternoon for a
ing. AM a hard road expert Mr. Rodgers i j i Syrup.( It not only heals and stimulates J. STARR STERNBERGER.

tritf tu-tine-H visit. :Mis. Hatcher and infant the tissues to distroy the germ
: George prohaly has no superior iu the
disease, but allays inflammation allltcau.l'
) Mrs. H. J. Knight was in from daughter, of Macon, Ga are expectedto state. As his home interests demandhis
!\ easy expectoration, gives a If have that is not paying n good
arrive in Ocala the latter part of you any property
lltlIt''i.loUlII&)' and was a guest attention, the commissioners at i"nillight's rest and cures the patient.

the Montezuma hotel. the weektD visit the family of Tax his rE'tIUl'stIl\\'e consented Recommended by
at reluctantly many years i nterest call on. me and see the difference.

Assessor Ayer. Mrs Hatcher before to his return to Marion county. all druggists! in the world. You ('sngt't

Mr. L. M(4 Ultig has taken chargeof her murnase was :Miss Kathleen However, he h9 agreed to comedown this reliable remedy at Auti-Mo-: : -

the I ltrl t" saw luillof the Duuuellouruonptiite noisily Drug Store. *
and has friends in Oeala II = ---"
Ayer many occasionally and keep things : -
ImilU.Mr. ; ; :
Co. at '
who looking forward to her visit
-- -- are going in the right dlrt'Ctioll.-Citrus i Sumner 0'Kelly.Mr. TRUNKS !

down with much pleasure.Mr. Ciironicle. -I The
Stndford Jewell came County and Mrs. Charles F. Benson
._-- I Do you travel Do you walll a .:.sti trunk.!
from G"iu.'ill.. and .spent .Sundayiu
: Charles Leitner, who several Notice. announce the engagement of their j \\'t' have a lot of good trullk. that we will
OcaU with his pareutx. otter at 1'l'I'lall&lw l'ril't's "Ii tic Ihey la..l. Ocala
days ago received the Marion county The regular annual meeting of the d1i'lghterIrs.. Alft'rtB..nsun l" lIllI-\I Inor

snox, 'kholders of the Port Inglis: Terminal A Metal Trunk $2.00A
Rev. Nathaniel 1) i
to O'Kelley Coed
Mr. H. I Nortlu-utl returned Mouterday api>oiiniuent to the South; Florida Institute -
Company will be hold at the Good Canvas Covered Trunk $3.00
afternoon from Orange! Lake, at Hartow, left Saturday for f'flieeof the company iu Rockwell, the weddiug to take place on tile' A Good Canvas Strap Trunk $4.00 furn-Iture

where he had been for a hunt. that place to take up his s-tudie-s. He :Marion county, Florida on Tuesday, evening of February 17, at tile home ]; Leather bound l'orliolJt'brass' trmturd I prinew.trunks at pro 1<

lUau11'1 feel February 17lb 190.! : at 1 o'clock Ill. of the bride'a parents on Capitol :! ..
!it a bright ooung we p. AI
Mr. 8. Standly N i again in Atlanta that Marion can congratulate herself lUu'ii BAKKEK, avenue I These are all BII i BAHtI\ and Wl' hay'-
oilier bargain. at
for the pupose of purchasing another upon being well represented at the Secretary.The No invitations will be i-:ued, as the i

carload of mules-and horses. S. F. M. I. South and .the Canal. wedding will be a quiet home aflair, AT SM I ITH'5 OCALA, FLORIDA
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MUn Rutherford aud ;Miss! test, of Larry iantt, in the Atlanta Journal witnessed only by the immediate | ,
Mr. and lr8.lIask\I\ of Shanghai, families and relatives. a..ttttiiiseer
Alabama, are the guests of their uncle says that the war with Spain: was
Chiba are visitors; to Ocala awl will This announcement will be of interest I-
Carlisle.Mr. to the south a blessing in disguise, if
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
the remainder of the .rtiftlt ll'e...
probably spend circle of friends both ; e -.t. t stmt tt
to large as
it forces the completion of a cam *', and a rTIIE

Eugene OherdotFer, the well / winter here. They are with Dr. aud I Ill0W believe it will. In truth and Iri. Sumner and Mr. ')'K :Jey are : CLU -h J I 1 10 U S )E. i i'f'

known Atlanta insurance agent, was Mrs. J. M. Thompson on Ft. King well known. :Mr. O'Kelley is pastorof __
in fact let th'\t tl
can once opened, : ---- .i
in Ocala Monday and a guest of theSt. avenue. Mr. Haskell is a brother-in- the Capitol Avenue Baptist .
and I lie! great hayof ocean travel OPPOSITE conrr i IOVSE.
Drnia.Mr. law of Dr. Young J. Allen and has Atlanta Journal. 1
and traffic pass by our gates and from :* Ocala, Florida. H
lived iu China tor a long uumber of The above announcement will be 1' I.'
its new-born wetlth and prosperitythe >
J. I). Uuckalew, of Jamesburg, years read with much interest by the many -I Cuisine: First Cla? 8. Rates I1t.asouable.I ,*;
south -
i alone can easily afford to .
3f. J., who has been spending most of Mr. F. M. Townsend! than whom bear that entire expense of the Spanish friends of Mrs. Sjnuner in Ocala and : KEFUIiNTSIIED TIlROrOHOrT. *>'
the winter in Ocala left Monday *
there is not a more progressive farmer :Marion county. Mrs. Sumner formerly *
/orClearwater. i war, and support the governmentof -lt', ial Kut 'rBy: AVn-k + iMonth..
in Marion county, was in Oeala the Philippines.This resided) at Lake Weir and for -.. *
Saturday:: and tells us that he has the several years was a popular teacherin .
is first and
Miss Elisabeth tmithof' Thomas- only great na-
} MRS. THOS. J. IL nxF:. I'K..I-) *
sold Messrs. Ivtsterliug Brothers the School in this city. Her
to High
silk li"; ,. arrived in Ocala) Monday( just tional movement ever undertakenthat .
two thousand pounds of Florida many friends here extend to her their I .. . . . . . . . 4 9t.QQ8e.C. .
night and i U the attractive guest of will inure to the upbuildiug of

I pork for use in their commissaries best wishes.A .
bliss Cara Harris. groan our section Hundreds of millions I-

Martin.. lie also' has several have been pent by the general government Real Estate Hustler. ,! eoos oosssssss
1 'inetiiber our telephone call is thousand bushels of sweet potatoes in
developing the north, east Mr. J. Starr Sttruberger i is showing ( )
number one. If you have any item his cellars and west, but ur own sunny south himself an adept as a real estate { We have received this weekA :

of local interest 'phone it in to mas -. --
has been sadly and shamefully neglected. .
late as 1 lo i) p. m. \\ e had a very pleasant visit Mon- agent. car load of \Nhite Hickory urpntnif. dean and Farm
I .
-- -- terday from Mr. Thad. M. Chapman, He is keeping the wires bot. (;;1 Wagons. '

Mr. Dell Moody is in town fora few of Middlebury, Vt. Mr. Chapman is Mrs Edward Holder was up from Since Friday he has sold a place in f D A car load medium prict cd Hu Ties .busies that look well sand

days consulting a phy-ician. He is wear "I'UI.UI do not cost > very much money s
I the fortunate owner of several thousand Dumitllou Monday and reports Mr.lIol.l.r the northeast section of the city to

: suffering with a severe attact of in- of timberlands andis as very much improved. He Rachael Richardson.To (r> A shipment of Columbus Buggy ('".' Iluggi.*. This "Ii the s
acres cypress
genuine ('olumbut luKy.! You know aa mueb at v r could)
llamatory rheuuatlsnt.Dirs. I here for the purpose' of inspecting i io, of course, obliged to walk on :M. I). Jones the one story cotagc (- ( tell y.,u about them.We ..

J. G.:-Uimsauer and children the l'aIUl" awl incidentally taking an crutches at present but will heath of Miss May Allred on Magnolia E 3 have a lan t'r allli l better clock of our kind of erwrlt! than ybiidv .
(, in this section, and our prie!! are a" low a* iiowible. (.11!! in Mot' .
and ;Mrs. Hanuah and little 'laU inventory of the industries of the right in a couple of weeks. This will street. order mail.I .
u- or s
ter returned Monday h.1 state, and may increase: hU investments. ;: be good news: to his many Ocala To Mr. John E. Padgett the Cordero C C;i) S. A STANDLEY & CO., OCALA, FLORIDA z

from a few week'sisit to relatives at He is a pleasant and atf.1bIe friend. Mrs. Holder returned to house on Dougherty street in the
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It is Still Growing-Many New and
To the K titer of the VuLi Banner. FI :rida Products in Good Demandand j 1'N2LY 'S
Substantial Plants and Improve-
My t-I"'i"t pleas which I have bleu I To the IMitor: of the Ocjla: Banner. Bring Good Prices. I' ,
ments.A .
'1 ht' recent fulmination of the goviernorof '- FEET
making/ for I Immigration i for 1'1111\ CIIIt'AUO.
i representative of the Ocala 1? toner
have merit if a i this state by the demoeraticexeciitiverommitteof Some fresh Florida strawberries :' :" '..
months |>:i-t, seem ti> spent a day the early part of tbi ;k'
i Hamilton eou 11- expected, but none arrived yet. Market .' .
movement in thtafe of (.Vorjria timnrea week in Dunnellon, known the world '
Isforappllintioga county oGL'er to steady for held over when gotwl. INSTANTLY RELIEVED QUICKLCl kip
greater population for that over as the largest: phosphate thippini Cfaraihph
till a vaeauey, and the approval!. of :slow sale for soft. A few r a"*? received -
.. .. point in Mm country, and noted Nit!ma
state has any Unlllcan The JackMMiville the idea that he mint, in making his from Texas, slow sale M: they

Times-Union noun the fact \ a'i NtIt IIl\'lIt, consult the wi lies of were soft.Oireriugs. deal of pride the many improve

and likew Ne dues meut beins: made in this, our iiHghboriujrcity. I
of such a movement t the party organization: by one of theJacks'tuville of lemons plentiful, market -

the Itkhmond: Times. The latter newspapers, brings up alI easy.

newspaper wantto know why ViriginU I II I wmirutteutiou Supply pineapples equals demand, The Crystal River the Urge Lumber siw and Company plm- A Soothing, Cooling, Healing Ihmnt i
has purchased
thould not make the Mine the .
from those who respect
market steady. I t. .. c.. .
Coeowieb Reduces t >e S v .." ", Remove ; i
iDol mill of :Mr. J. F on ?
movement for more populitlou as law of laud.The about .., ., t
: our Old stock of cauliflower gone. I gut Fever and I- ..* .irr.z:. r., F -' -:- ;
Georgia does, w hili. the hUH newspaper \ thought seems to pervade, es- Fresh, \hen good, fair sale Market the U'ithlacoo'hiv I river's bank, andis lion, Keeps the Fe--; warn C :r.f jPolicemen

Bail volunteers In this: elite p-'ciallyHmon the gentlemen that steady. improving it in many ways preparatory Motormen t ; e : GOndUCI'rs. Clerks i l la.nd
to filling the orders for ,
to like tip this: public duty ami pu-h i \'t'ha,1 charge of the democratic ('oldw'J.ther favorable for cabbage, ,
to results. that are bound to result from the all those who are en their:: fed a great dt x: s : o A .. ', I Jr
onward practical
p rty in this state for the past fewyears offering plentiful, slow sale.
extensive building operations now on tie of PARACA.MPII in their homes for use at r..;-:. I
I regret: that Florid, whoneces- that constitution is nothing Eggplant, unless fancy, dull. mall (lives Instant Relief to Corns, liunkMM aDd frost li tn, ;

sltles! i for population, are many times when it statldsin the ways of obtaining receipts. Few green peas offered. program.:; 'lr. R. J. Knight is president i bottle
We Guarantee to doWhat
of the cOIU '\nylllltl Mr. Pawls: every
'than those of(ieorgiaor Virginia -
more t;Ili.-e. The day has been in the :Slow: sale.
a 'horoushly practical saw mill man .8 claim for it. If it fails tour money r' i ll i b. r.r,,"0.121kJ.
should be h! ss progressive on that south when the constitution of as'ate: Not much demand for held over bop A.MJ$l.UU 1I'l-ll.IS. \i \I I ,.. .,. ... '.'....,..
line than ..t"f slated. as well 'UI that of the Federal uuion, radish will have the management of the

I have in A former loiter: shown how wan look*! upon as a document worthy Small receipt for Florida wax beaus mill.
Florida in i The ice phut which is now' nearK I'.r bale (13 lull.)Iuunlroly IIr"; tnrea I IHUBBARD
useful newt-pipers are to I of great respect, and to which not nice, consequently tlow. ,
and for the installation -
completed ready
the matter of immicration to her
even the small politician owed allegiance :o fresh s.rrl\"ali.of toruatots Common -
counties. I believe that they ate a and o'ttHlieuce. It that wanted. of its machinery is auottier step
seems held over stock not
better medium to reach the restless: oath to it is of Southern turnips in the direction of making an up to & MACDUffHARD1VARE
now it, nor BU obey any Fair sale when good.
of Daunellou. It will I
date city *
res-idem of other and countries
else has the when tine.
cone'jueuce, why party in good demand
operated by :Mr. J. B. Cutler: of
who and lrt'tn\k.
are contemplating : in state convention, demanded that Small receipts of new potatoes with

ing change (.f homes, than that in the governor and als-o the legilatureshailabdiea'e slaw sale. Good demand for fine Inkehnd.Mr. .
C. W. Rush is having an addition -
'th6 shape of a l't'k, sugges-ted the imperative mand.ites sweet potatoes. Ordinary slow and DOOltS, SA:>H AND KLINI>:J\: A iUK I l 1.t! I t. r MMEXTS. I. $:

by the Tillies Union, if the literatureon : of th-it instrument, which requires dull. ; put to bis cosy cottage ou Pennsylvania -

the ! :EI'L: + iW'1{ .

clinute, p'oplr, rivers, lakes, animals otli era and vacancies: and the Orange market lower,starting on a Mr. J. F. Coco witch is having a *

and biriN, ito be used largely in Utter to select the United States: senator decline early in the week. Grapefruitdull large residence built in the western WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET Ja UltO'iI el'L. ..

thawing! good settlers the way to a and, what is still worse, thi except for fancy, in a steady de part of the city which would do credit
to any town. He will as soou as the OILS, VARNISHES. ATTIVATORtt, .t.LL.IS.,
greatly favored country. am sur- willful disregard of the rights of the mand.
material can be secured start the
pri!Pt1Il1at'J great a newspaper as "t'Il.ltIhd their organic law in letter Strawberriesaceumudated with very
Times Union has neslectetl this erection of eight cottages on Bridge ,
uec- and in spirit, shall be respected, is little fancy offered.Tjhe .

e.ary work of creating a demand from (pervading in many other tates entire potato market slow. street, one of the prettiest thoroughfares ALL KINDS OF COOKlNOSiuVfcgHKATEPJ '

the people that the government of the If the democrats of Florida not Fancy onions sold" well, but bulk 0.' in the city. Mr. W. J. Waters

stale organize a powerful and persistent i I wUh the governor to fill vacancies, or ottering defective and poor. is the COL:tractor In charge. GLASS AND PUTTY GKAMTK:

)lr. \\'. N. Camp! is making prpar
bureau of cucumbersand
certain ortLvs, lieu why do they not Scarcity of hot house

I do not !know of any better way to proceed in a lawful manner and chaugr prices advanced. aliens for building a Urge fleet of IRON PIPES AND FITAND TINWARE, ('[1

spend the money of a Mate than the their constitution? Has it come t.. Fancy tomatoes sold up to 33.50, barges with which to haul phosphate .f
# to Port Inelia via the Vithlacoocheeriver TINGS EVERYTHING LERY, IRON ANI STEEL
way which will make it more money. worked out irregular
pi-s in the south that a party conven but poor quality

very piece of property belonging to lion is above the people and the peo ,Irll.'t's.floril. When the river has benthoroughly I II
this for ,
dredged route
the citizen of a s-tate must first produce ple's laws'? :\ peas: showed more firmness I

a certain per cent of ins value for A strict construction of and obedience ou account of scarcity. Fancy beans hauling phosphate to deep water will, I! MATERIALS.\ ETC.. ETC BLUE FLAME (OIL STO\'t

the Mate. The d+iniforthis issuper-i to the Federal constitution, is brought about S3, but bulk of oOarings.were it b said by the mine owners, be the

i>r to the rights or the owner and a more necessary now to us than at any poor and sold lower. cheapest and most practicable. As the

denial of the pt'r'ut is at the peril ofa former period of our history. If we PITTSBURG.Choice Camps do nothing by halves! it may b LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

Us Nile.: The slate must lifroUl of the south cannot rely on it, what celery continues in demand, safely predicted that "Camp's shipyards t

and oil the property cf the citizen. have we to hope for as against the a.;- but,there is oversupply of poor stuff. at Dunnelloa" will be an Hubbard & MacdufT Ocala ria
Tnerrfore, in a certain way the state \ grer-ions of our stronger neighbors of California are the best. every day phrase in commercial cir

I* part owner of all the properly of a the west and east and north, and if'e Receipts of potatoes liberal past cles. I I
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Citlmi and the more citizen it ha., have no respect f our state's con- \et-k. Prices declined 3 (0 5e ho.lleceipts Mr Abram Meyers, accompaniedby I f fJ !

the morevalih ir will h'Tbii U !stitutioa, what right have we to akretpeot of H-utbern green stuff her son, :Samuel of Biltimore, arrived 11 7HI11/10111litlltlllllletIItII' '' ?IitViUtlitltiiIiill11tiiltt1llt4r '

of eours-ethe .1.1 B. C. of government,j for the Federal: Let us fol- have fallen off, but supply still in ex- in Djnnelloa Thursday and 1I

and 17VPiiU not mention it her.but j i i 1tht' advice of the two southern ceiisi of demand. Prices show no im will make it their future home, much

for Ib\.tll" i1 to me, that to the delight of Mr. :Myers, who has
appear I ttatcMDeu in the Federal ':senate Morgan provement. Other markets over \A'EEKLV I 1 !
been of the staucnh citizens for
the fitiicn ue already have, do dust IVttuj, who each recently stocked. one a

not seem to cjire for a larger population Good number of year.
: slid : For me, I will stand by theconstitutiou. Cabbage prices very low. to

to help thO'u IP their burden to ." choice DanUb, in yards, $7 (;i Stun.
{ I S := ;'n:: l:;.;
1't!*!llln the tate government.Now It is urged that the governor, iuaeeeptins Movement in tropical fruits flow The readers of this paper will be I BANNER'S I 1

if the state i i.. to have bureau the nomination, promised Florida oringes about over. California pleased to learn that there is at leat ;

= immigration that will he effective, tn let the party machinery select the *, improving in conditions. one areadeddisease: that science ha

it will have to create a fund to defray. officer ro much the worse fnr the Strawberries coming from Florida, : been able to cure in all its stage and i

its fipeiut-!'. The fund will have to I! them asked, that is Catarrh. halls: Catarrh Cure
people. It 13 a :\Jby for hut demand light: at prices I CLUBBIXC ; |
U the only positive cure known to the
com from taxation, unl>s ss I naveluvocated when a min: iu order to be their governor 35 (-1 We. medical fraternity. Catarrh being a

the Indian war: claims I has to promise to disregard his At Stetson. constitutional disease, requires a cou- '

lund lIt! u;eil. or at least a large proportion I duties aud his oath of offi: It U his Feb. i is "Presentation ?titutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh -
Friday, ,
: of it, for that purpo .*. I am select these the Cure is taken internally, acting i LIST.
duty to officials :pea Day" at Stttsoa University, DeLand. :
still of the opinion heretofore directly upon the blood and mucous
express.ett eel it in his hands, and
pie harl:\ The program is an interesting one. surfaces of the system, thereby destroying e e e e iJ
in my letters on the subject that it -4
this i* the case where the \0bad President E. Y. Mullins, of the Southern the foundation of the disease -
will wise the Indian
use war -
better be broken.It Baptist! Taeolo;ell Seminary: and giving the patient strengthby r 1 '
claims fund for bringing immigrants is likewise the duty of the legislature building up the constitution and == '.
ReW.. A. Hobson Jacksonville
the have made special v here!i vE ,v ?
to state.I assisting nature in doing its work. E: arrangement >
to select the United States senator -
and Gov. Jennings are booked! for
hope the Times-Union will continue and the men we seed there areas addresses. The proprietors have so much faith : can offer the following rates to all:: paid :n.idWe -

its )t\,' for in its curative power.that they Odd !. E ;
hmlil'ry stateI'umimtion. Hat will in vance subscribers : i
auiious to go. they ,
One Hundred Dollars for
A big firm is planting out 500,000 any case
Louisiana i is activelyat I advance of*n election, surrender and that it fails to cure. :Send for list of THE OCALA BANNER and S ::: :
peach trees at Americu,
work iu getting: white immigration. announce that: they will not perform testimonials Address, Weekly Times-Union, $i 50 a year ::
It i* looking to the west, and northwe. F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo 0. -4
of the 1\t.t solemn and important E THE
Ocr'ork'eakens BANNER and The Com:::') tr BrDvUr ;
t and the entire northern of Sold by Druggists. :ie. -- '
the! United States and has been within I duty that a free people can delegate Your Kidnevs.Cnfisalttj Hall's Family Pills are the best. :; .In s paper_ $ i.7.s a year. -
to them, the selection of a state'semba
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OCALA BANKER and Atlanta Simi-W: ::S
the just mouth hot-pitat'ly entertaining I ...ador to the Federal govern Kiincjs ?lake tsrnrc BlocJ. Notice.
:: Journal $1.75 a year. ; r
a cotutuittt-e of sabstantiallU l I ment. If the people wish to select all The Ocala Lode Knight of Py thia* -
All the bleed :r. tody:
ycur paces: thrcizghyour THE
>ers which l is looking for homes for !j of their otHiils then let us do it in a kidr.eys: enc every urea minutes.The will celebrate the fortieth anniversaryof OCALA BANNER aud Thrice-a-Wtrck N I.\\ :
their I iui::-v& ars York \Y- rd.: SI.t1 a ;!
fellow yo.jSs j
who \ year.
countrymen are not Yc the order smoker their
tttuional method. R. M. by a at
eon> tbd ,
[ 1; F;;nf.m.they f JcKiSV -

atiyfied to l live in their country under I n_ ,....:;.. '--.JJ. I ter cut the V ;: crir.pur.tiw Castle Hall Monday evening; Feb. Jo; THE OCALA" BANHE'R a'ud Atlanta Wuk:. C .:. ...... '

}:ughu\I' d<>:uiui"nud rule. It The Florida Fruit and Truck Grower. "" f 13 the t'.eciIt from 8:31'toll' o'clock. Every mem l.-5; : a year.THE .. iE ,
appears to me that now, in thi year i Toe firt iue of the above namedpublietion ./.' I/tF.'..I!'f.\..j.. I l; if thsr crier work.,they tail tc da requested to be present and brine OCALA BANNE.R and U; P--K. "', 'a.-, I 1 1I

of grace, i* the time for Florida put i t is on our :de>k. It isI j rft, r Ftsacmeaawrke"-- two friends with him. I -:-: ZInc, 5-.75; a year. .'... !

in \t1tlliek* for a greater population, i I! handsomely: gotten out, contain sixteen I ....:lS:1 cane from excess 3 '
the I ,:S = cf uc ari in theticoi The scratch of a pin may cause the Cash ,
through systematic work of a I pages beside the cover paces andis -----a : : due to neglected: : loss of a limb or even death whn E Must I Accompany al. On ..

Inireanof immigration well supplied replete with interesting and valas- fcdr.ey trcle. I I Ii
blood oninz results from the

>ith brain, official integrity, state ble information.Mr. heart Kidney be&ts.tremble*nd! rrokes ciu:5; sjack oLe led cr is unsteady though All danger poi= of this may avoni-d.injury, ; i Ate ; THE OCALA BANKER Ml AIr* ; 1 1I

pride! and patriotism and the Indian L. J. Brumby, who u well they h4 heat trsubie. iecause the bean a howeverby promptly applying (hamtt.rbin's I __ u ..

war claims fund-. known to the readers of this paper, cver-vsrk-j.g bisci ta through r; :i rg reiss irtsnes.kdaeypiscnei Pain Balm. It is an antiseptic i CUT OUT THIS COUPON FILL IN ASQ WAIL TOI Iia 1 !

J.NO. G. RKAKFOX. I having connected with it last It us2 to b-e csnsiceri that o:.iy ur-sary and quick healing liniment for 1 :_:_: ..-'-*".*-_*' *-*.***alt**........trliKf. . '. ri ,i
troubks were to be traced: ta t!.: ki.:csys, cuts, bruise= and burcs. Fur tale by I _-_ i FCBUSHER OCALA\...*R& ... '
.\ 1 year in manajii:; iu special edition"", tut r.jw :!'I3.ern see: aravss tait early all druggists and medicine dealers. I' '!' 4I 1,
dispatch Uand
1 Grove says I is the editor and publisher of this new Li crr.te: a t.sei s i ta.\e ter le&e- i: EE 9 EDdaMd iad *= : : .
there! is a great deal .of truck, coins :ig :s key Kj_rle.: Still iI I IE ." I
candidate for favor.It Another Sale. : for .Jl!'::!: peed me The Vwk!} Meet eat :- :
public If yea aye fA: In as.:', :nits rsby' (orIfl'lw that place. The growers i* capable: of doing much for the : : firs cccte.rf y=.: k:.;:.e;.-s. The mild Major T. L. hIs, of South Carolina. ,' _== :: -V V q cat its: it :" t. ..ein :
are realizing a pretty fair profit and ;li lC otirc.r.iry cc:: ;: Dr. n:-.ra :S i
i upbuilding: lit the state: especially Swarap-Root, the tea rem'/ is Wednesday bought --- .!,... tae' Sasser -. I
from their lettuce and cauliflower, thU part cf it, and we wish it and its SOCP. repaid. is I s'iii* :>* r jtes !:: its Livingston what b known as tLeIOl..Jy '
although the yield has been *':!siirf..crY .'. tie r.cs c.Ues Sire: ,i
short e.aSesg
cut ) the : .
editor abundant _4 place, near eastern suburb :::
sueees. :ld cs \s r-tr.tsby '
f. -fI ..
by the heavy rains during the fall. llcr i ..
--- gts-s: :r. t.ty- : ? ot the city. 1- I'4...
Bishop Smith to Lecture. A New York dispatch says that a i ce es.::: Y tr.i).jas-i-nay: :i h eSiT.p'.S a-El ;jJr51:;: It is an elegant place, nicely located ': rr .'".. Wets .. .-4.. 1 j

Bishop A. Coke jjuiith, of the: y. lot of Florida cringes which were :! .ttr r.lJ ycadrracmLxt and Major Iilar will make very r .Y., .4-
1 opened cp in Jay street auction rooms tee. l'j p "rp'ltt: : lea: :: 1:01w ta fj i fke '* .' ...
:. Thua-h. South, will lecture in the substastial improvements on thesame. --- .
cut if yeu: BITS k..arey cr tliddir; trnt:: le. r aa 4
a ,
i4la .
i !! +
Methodist Church in Ocala Friday- the first of the week were all in a mash Mean: this p&;=r .tesriI! :, We welcome him a; a citi- : !+ lsNapbl. I

evening, February :\ lama. and were sold for any old price. L Co., Fr.6 y .:. ..t N. Y. zen. / l1IIlUlUIIJtilIU;;IIUIIiIIIuUIiUIU/llttl; ltulllutlahNllf III




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By Claimants For Estate of Mr. and I County Thrown In Turmoil by Aacts :
"Rag Time" and Hymn Strains Operatives

NOW\ RISING RAPIDLY Xew York Mrs., Feb.Charles 1:.-A Fair.most important t BIAS $60,000, FIRE I WIn aycross of White, Ga., Desperadoes.Feb. 12. terrible IN BURNING SHAFT"Caught Now Work.I .

----- point has, according! to The Amer I elate of affairs exists near McDonald, uieville. Ky.. Feb. 12.: -A piaso Jt
of Ican'fl Paris correspondent, been Coffee county, since the wholesale now a part of the regular rompkwuntof .
Residents Hontjomevy Are Scored for fri Dig D'J Goods Store of A. D. of Like Rats In Trap In
Hannah Nelson: of New shooting negroes by two white men i machinery used in the Americas To-

Given Warning.GAUGE Jersey, a.ul the other claimants: to the Brown Destroyed. I last Sautrday! night. Montana Mine. bal''o' company's plant at Jackson &)
--,-- estate of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. -- While It! is known beyond quesiton I j I Jacob streets in this city and the "I***

SHOWS DANCCR: MARK. Fair by the filing of an affidavit by the OTHER PROPERTY WAS DAMAGED I who did the shouting, no arrests have i i j ij: HOPE| :; OF RESCUE IS SMALL pat t meat of Music" is officially races*
United States consul here by Dr. Per- I been made and the negroes who saw I|I nized in all the establishment of Utt

A.*ider>ti In the Lowlands of Ncrth rlquet, the physician who examined the Fire Crokc Out In Basement of Dry j the shooting are afraid to say anything I Eleven Miners Imprisoned In Shall t Continental and American TotaM9
Have Been bodies of the Fairs after the fatal automobile about the affair. tr companies in Louisville!
Montgomery Warned to accident, that Charles Fair Goods acre, Totally Destroying that I The two white men are thoroughly No. 3 of) the United States Copper Where formerly a rule of ..trtelenre \ ft.

Vcvi to Higher Grcund-River May died before his wife. Establishment-Sixty Per Cent ofLoss armed and desperate, and there is no Associaticn at Eveleth Mon.-Fire was enforced the strat.: of OM>

RUth 50 feet Before Subsiding. This affidavit is at variance with Covered insi.lrance.VlUm:1 question but there will be further trouble sic varying from "rag time" to Ly was,
by Second
I Caught on Level In the Oil I
the doctor's original statement that should an attempt be made to ar- are heard, and hundreds of .-iriMne: *.
siontl t.mery, Ala.. Feb 12,Warn-1 i both the Fairs were killed instantaneously :ton, N. C., Feb. 12.-Fire rest them. House. men. women and children, sing a> they
tan ..*. .-.u-d xlay t<> the residents J and simultaneously, but the doc- which broke out at 8:30 o'clock thismorning i I Later reports from the shooting are work. As a result, trouble !tk-rera
Duluth .
Feb. -A specialfrom
ut N .rtb Montgomery to move from tor now claims that nig affidavit is in the basement of the 3- that not less than 12 negroes were the workers is rare and the i.,>u.v>anH *
the 1 '>. !kads along the Alabama river, backed up by medical evidence beyond story dry goods store of A. D. Brown, injured besides the two who were The Herald Eveleth on the ilesaba range tc find their employes\ do their w<,rk wth

x hh b ha beu rifting; steadily!! since dispute, and it I; declared that his first in cue o: the principal business blocks killed outright. The festival which Fire broke, says out :this morning in No better grace Lad: really 1 x'' .ml'.lib!
)e.trrday.The statement was made upon the impulseof of the! city, totally destroyed that establishment was in progress near Beach's still Saturday 3 more than they did before tin! rules
shaft the
at Spruce United
mine of the
U.t water ID&I k recorded by thedugt the moment and I is said to have been enforcing silence >
without regard to I : and damaged adjoining unusually States were abol s i si.
thu morning at IV o'c1o.:k showN theIn greatness of the interests at stake. property to the extent of $60.000. i peaceable until the two white men Copper association. Seven The piano in the Jacob str.-.'t plant!
.* 1 f "*l- aU, there are 11 witnesses whose About GO per cent of the loss is covered j I appeared without ....warning at each doer below miners the are mine imprisoned and in the shaft is but a step further in the plan "f the

The river continues to rise, and it evidence 3 will be of material use to the by insurance. The losses are as[ i j an'follows commenced emptying their revolvers until the fire i is cannot get out two companies to make life to re !plea!
is .'itl"1 I that the river may reach 50 contestants for the Fair millions, and : and shotguns into the crowd. It extinguished. ant for those who labor 10' t big fc-
caught on the second level in the
fed !tJ) 1I1.llIall., the lawyers here say that the proofis A. D. Brown dry goods, stock $30.- )j j Not less than 25 shots were fired at oil house, and the shanties and timber tories and it is stated that the n-
incontestible. Several coo Voller's : the negroes while a mad periment a inn
of these witnesses ; insurance $17,50U; store stampede was construction of the proves success rumS
interior of the mineat
CLAIM AGAINST SALVADOR. will be sent'to New York and occupied by Brown $8,000; partly in- ;j made for the one window. When most that may be placed In other esGtbwJa.ndg
point are burning fiercely
the depositions of the others will be Eured. A. David & Co., damage to !| of the negroes had escaped the dead Dense operated by the concerm.
j smoke is rolling out of the shaft
California' Capitalists Want Govern sent, properly attested, to the lawyersin clothing stock by smoke and water, j and some of the wounded who were and there The plan of introducing mule Wi
ment to Pay Them $500,000.! : that city. i $15,000; insurance one-half. Consol I j left' in the house were bound together men are may grave be fears suffocated that the before entrapped the factories here was first 1ugg....,

&ta .ITtflttsco FVb. 12.-The Salva- tested Railways Light and Power com* by the white men. After bin.ling they the fire can be subdued. to General Manager R. K. Smith .f
ell! I'uuimercial company, composed of TRIAL OF HUMBERTS IN PARIS. i parry electrical supplies damaged b negroes the white men went through the Continental! Tobacco company (.
\f A tiuuilMT of capitalists of Oakland ''I flooding of basement. $1.000; fully i n. their pockets and robbed them of ASSAY COMMITTEE MEETS. this city by a foreman in the tem+ .iff
j hat a claim for $MI.IHIO against the Great Public Interest Manifested I In sured. Damage to David building I everything< they possessed. at Twenty.fourth and Main ttnrtf

J pre>:nmeot of Salvador and the mane.. the Proceedings. $1,500; partly insured. I I The white desperadoes then left the Appointed by President Roosevelt te the largest establishment of IU kiftl
I trill fall due next oath about the Paris Feb. 12.-The Humbert family house, leaving the wounded negroes in the country. The foreman prote
j time the Pacific squadron arrives into made their first appearance in the TILLMAN TO AID NEPHEW. I tied to the dead bodies. Returning a Test Coins In Mint bly; got his cue from the habit of tie

j flcinity of the turbulent Central criminal court today, when the case short time later the cords were cut Philadelphia Feb. 12.-The assay roustabouts on the Ohio river paeldts
Ass-Ticsn republics. The company of 1[L Cattani, the banker, was taken Senator Visits Slayer of Conzales In and with curses and threats the ne- committee appointed by President who mingled their songs with tfcstf>

i try orjanlwd in 1B9C:, the lericans up in the ninth correctional chamber. His Prison Cell. i| grow were informed that they would Roosevelt to test coins in the mint t work, and the experiment WM a .*
1 j retaining tee control, although considerable There Wag great public interest manifested Columbia, S. C., Feb. 12.-There hasb"en
, *to.'k w u sold to Salvadoreans.Itocks in the proceedings, and the considerable! speculation as to I shooting.e the various coins manufactured. -
1 Tf constructed and a thriving court room was pavked with people. what part Senator Tillman would take one In that vicinity will publicly The coinage at the mint was comparatively INSANE MOTHER'S CRIME.
buna*** wu being done when the All the previous examinations of the in the case of his nephew J. II. Til 1. i discuss the affair on account of the small this year and the committee
American were frozen out and the Humberts had been held in secret, and man now in Richland county jail u n. I terror in which the desperadoes are will probably be through with itswork Shoots Her Little Daughter and Tries
property confiscated by the govern this was the first opportunity Paris der charge of murder. I held.They| tomorrow night. to Kill Baby
swat The matter was directed to had to see and hear the prisoners. The It has been known that for years theff'nator j have several friends who will The committee this year consists I ol St. Louis, Feb. 12,-A special treat
tM attention of Secretary hay who prisoners were brought in like any ordinary andhis nephew have been on 1! undoubtedly assist them should an attempt the following: St. Charles. Mo., says that word t.u
appointed a committee to investigateAfter prisoners and took seats in the bad terms. Only a few days ago Sen. at arrest be made. Senator Burrows, Representative been received i here that in a fit of aer.of .
loan deliberation the committee prisoners' box.lme.. Therese Hum ator Tillman wrote a letter, which has So uthard, S. W. Stratton bureau tal aberration Mrs. Gublmann. wife of
4 arded the Americana $CvO,000. bert displayed her usual bravado and been published, in which he said there MILITARY ADVISORY BOARD. standards; W. n, Rising, Universityof a farmer living 2 miles from Uw tft-
coolness: her sister Marie d'Aurignac. were two kinds of Tillmans, and that ;: California; II. P. Judson, University i. lage of New Melle. ehot and kilM feet -
DR. ALEXANDER'S TRIAL. was apparently unnerved and the lat-l llet's his nephew had opposed him politically Terrell Appointed Officers to Serveyesterday of Chicago; A. G. Western Clark, sleeping fi-year-old daughter. made *a

.1 brothers maintained an attitudeof for the last ten years.In During His Administration."E : S.1.. Apperson. LittleRock ineffectual attempt to kill her intact
Argument Eegins In Celebrated Grave calm defiance. the last few days J. II. Tillman Ark.; David WillIams South Da. child and was later found'anfiflaf
Robbing Case. The early stages of the trial today has appealed to his uncle and as a re- Atlanta. Feb. 12.-Governor Terrell kota; Clarence MoorfieM. New York; in a dazed condition.

Isdlanapolis, Feb. 12.The trial of did not produce any sensation llm e, suit the senator stopped over in Columbia appointed his state military I II. J. Burchard Freeport Ill.; S. T. Mr. Guhlmann was absent frost I.

Pr J Alexander, in the grave-rob- Humbert gave a long rambling statement on his way to Bdgefield. advisory his board, which will serve during ] Messervy, Ft. Dodge, Iowa; )E. W. home. During the day the awtfier
111111 cast. Is ended as far as the aukrston i- of her dealings with M. Cattani'sand His movements were known to but The Harden, X. Y.; Dr. Edgar F. Smith, wrote In a book her intention of kiffiflg
of evidence is concerned. Arguments alleged that his demands for excessive : few people. He drove directly to the I board is composed of leadingmilitary University of Pennsylvania; EdwardT. the children and herself with a Baltic

were begun today, and they interest on her borrowingsfrom Jail and spent several hours with his I will officers form in active state serviceand Stotesbury, Philadelphia; CharlesS. er's knife and pistol.
are UIW't&d( to continue until somettee him amounted to about $GO O,- nephew, going over the line of defensewith a strong working body. I Hamlin. Boston; George W. Griffith, Evidence shows she took the weapons
The last
tomorrow. Mr. Spaan, for the 000. When :M. Cattani was heard and him and making suggestions. advisory board consisted ofT New York. to bed with her. When the e1t4L
only 11 officers but
defense, said he would take up half a repudiated the charge of usury Mme. : It is given out by attorneys for Governor Terrellhas Ixraisville and Clifford Richardson, dren were asleep she shot the old**
day in argument. Ha expected I to; Humbert sprang up and asked for the H. Tillman that the senator promised appointed 17. He was anxious The ei-o cio members are: child dead. Apparently she bad th-w
have all of the
bffle this afternoon after ProsecutorItarkeUbaus privilege of interrogating the banker, I to give him any assistance In his pow commanding officers Judge McPherson eastern districtof tried to end the baby's life, but U.
and :Mr. Hugg, for the but the presiding magistrate repressed er. of regiments on the board, and also Pennsylvania; William B. Ridgely, cartridge failed to explode The wo
wanted all the branches of the
defense, had finished their arguments. her.The represented.The service comptroller of the currency, and apparently forgot the !butch r'.
Mr. Brown will probably make the testimony tarnished by Marie TRAIN SWEPT INTO GULCH H. G. Torrey. assayer United States: knife and leavingthe infant unharmed
closing argument for the prosecution d'Aurignac today showed evidence of new advisory board as appointed assay office, New York. ran out doors where her brta'baai
tonorrow morning, and the case willIe an Intention to leave to Mme. Numb err Snowslide Works Havoc on Northern is made up as follows: found her wandering around alml....
to the jury the direction of the plans for the dei i. Pacific Railroad. Colonel Usher Thomason, Third Infantry BIG FIRE AT SALT LAKE. ly. The woman was taken Into cus
Wbn court convened today Mr.Itackeishaus : tense. Missoula, Mont., Feb. 12.-A snow- Madison; Colonel W. E. Woo- tody. Her husband says she U la-
addressed the jury and slide has occurred at the "S" bridge ten. Fourth Infantry Albany; ColonelE. I Less Will Amount to $275OOGNarrowEscapes sane.
presented the pros outlon's side of the WRECK OF THE MADIANA./ on the Northern Pacific railroad be- Huguenin, Second infantry, ll From Death.
c.... tween Mullan and Dorsey destroying con; Colonel P. W. Meldrim First Ia'i I Salt Lake, Utah Feb. 12.-Fire that NEW REMEDY SUCCESSFUL.
airy Savannah
Passengers Are All Ashore at Hamilton seven bends of the trestle work and ; Colonel C. L..lnd er- I started| in the Atlas block a large 5. ,

Meeting! of Lumbermen at Tifton. Bermuda sweeping a freight train into the gulch son Arthur Fifth Gordon infantry, Atlanta; Colonel J, story| office building! located on S ee. Formallne For Blood Poison, Uatd, on
Tiflon, Ga. Feb. 12.-The rpgularmODthlJ' New York, Feb. 12.-At the officeof many feet below. Every member of nah First infantry, Sava oond|I I! : South street and In the heart of Patient at Bristol Conn. '
meeting of the Georgia SawMill the Quebec Steamship line this the freight crew were injured, two Wilkes.; aid Colonel Samuel W. j the] business section, at ::30 o'clock Derby, Conn., Feb. 12.-The neir
anhociatlon was held in HotelS [ morning it was said that the company probably fatally. The injured are: tenant Colonel- eiampAtlanta; Lie>u- this! morning completely gutted that blood poison remedy, formaline, has
l lat night with a large:; attendance had no definite plan as to the sic iir- Conductor A. C. Smith, seriously. First William L. Grayson, building, spread to the Central block been used with success in Drl.tol.
of mill men from Georgia and sionists who were [In the Nadia na Brakeman Fred Grant, seriously. ham A.infantry Patton, Savannah; Major Wili leaving that structure a wreck, and Conn., in the case of Mrs. Napolnw
'.' Florida. A strong pull was mad-e wr{>Ck. The passengers are all! ashoreat Engineer Philipps Major Robert Fifth infantry, Rome; did] other damage that will bring the Dube, when apparently she was dyng. -
for more Florida mills to come in. Hamilton. Brakeman Ierritt.VENEZUELAN Lee Wylly, Fourth in- total< loss close to $275.000. The fire ;. After the birth of a child Mr*.
CtiiBces are good for several to come The company's agents at that port fantry.liamson.Thomasville First ; Major W. W. WI1c II : the destroyed buildings with Dube was attacked by blood poison

In with the nett meeting, which oc have been notified to see that they NEGOTIATIONS. nah Captain A.Heavy J. artillery, Savanr 1 rapidity. Several lodgers ing. The attending physician retort
ears In Jacksonville on March 10. receive every attention. Any who ; Renki. Third !nt in- I j on the top floor of the Atlas block had ed' to all known remedies, tome of
try Augusta
Iligfitr priors were discussed! and will i care to continue the original cruise, Bowen's Acceptance of British Protocol sets First ; Captain A. Gordon Cas- i j miraculous escapes from death. The them most radical, but only" temporaryrelief :
likely be Inaugurated after the next except so far as it included all portsin Net Likely to Hasten Settlement cavalry, Mclntosh; CaptaIn' principal losers are: was gained.
J. Daniel Jr. Second
mff'ln"ir8 President Stillwell Porto Rico and Cuba would have London, Feb. 12.-Minister Bowe U'0 Infantry] S. S. Walker estate, owners of the On Feb. 4 the doctor announced that
pnaidcd In the absence of President the opportunity to do so on one of the formal acceptance of the British pr ota local ; Lieutenant Frank A. Wrench, I Atlas block $100,000; Salt Lake Hardware death would come in three> to 1Ive '

H H Tift whose absence was a company's West Indian boats. col is not believed here to be likely to Lieutenant battalion Frank Brunswick; First!: company, stock $100.000; tenants hours. The patient was delirious, her 1;
source of regret to the lumbermen. will be impossible however, to provide > hasten to any great extent the conclusion Fourth Sommerkamp, of Atlas block $15.000; Central temperature was 11131.2. and her pulse j
any one boat which can carry all of Venezuelan negotiations.. infantry, Columbus; Second block, JCO.OOO. 140. At 5:30 p. m., as an experiment, ;
RUSH ORDERS ARE GIVEN. of the excursionists, so in the event The Associated Press is informedIt Lieutenant Atlanta.William! T. D. Wilson, }''lrstca'alry the doctor injected 50 cubic centlmers '=

that all elect to continue the cruise that the allies' ambassacors have been Colonel, Usher FAMOUS INDIAN FIGHTER DE AD.of formaline! into a vein of the right
Washington Notifies Brooklyn Navy they will have to take their turns. No strictly enjoined not to sign any of Thomas, as senior arm near the elbow. For one hour
Yard to Hurry Ship R pairs. further cable Information has been received the protocols until all three powers colonel All matters, will be of chairman of the fcoard. Served With Great Bravery and Dls the temperature continued to rise 1

New York Feb. .-fia&te in the at the company's offices since are satisfied with the terms, when the the state importance relatingto tin tlon In Apache War. then thE're3.S a steady, grajual do-
work of repairing the ships In the those of last night announcing that signatures will be simultaneous. advisory board troops for are referred to the Albuquerque N. M., Feb. 12.-Colonel crease until 6 a. m. next day when it

torowklyn navy yard Is the order of the passengers, mail and 'taggage had report. The Investigation and J. L. Morris, one of the most ra.was normal-9335: : The pal, too, y
day. Repeated commands have brreetred eon I I been saved. GUESTS HAVE NARROW ESCAPE disapprove the governor board's may approveor mous western scouts and Indian fighters had fallen to 88 Since then the pa>
from Washington directing recommenda.tion is dead here after a long illness.In lien has improved steadily an.1l.! post
trous but as a rule, he
that no delay I* permitted, and that Predicts War. Imperfect Electric Insulation Causes ance with them. acts in ace rd- 1SS3 Morris, with 13 men killed pronounced out of dacger.
all skips Le put In commission as rap- New York, Feb. 12.-While pre sid Fire In Coshocton Hotel. Chief Juaneka, and 30 Apache warriors
.. Idly Ai |K>8, IUe. To obey these or- ing over services in connection with Coshocton, 0., Feb. 12.-lgnitlng Verdict For who had been terrorizing the Carnegie Library For Eufaufa. it has become necessary to em the semi-centennial celebration of SL from an imperfect electric insulation, Coca-Cola Co. community. Morris was wounded, in Eufaula, Ala., Feb. 12:!.-After a year
Toy about t'lil additional machinists Paul's Methodist church In Newark, the Park hotel took fire early this Atlanta Feb. 12.:! -The Coca-Cola the neck, one of his men killed and of diligent and persistent! effort Profe-

and mechanics N. J., Governor Murphy predicted in morning., resulting in a loss of $35,,,000 company yesterday again came off victorious 10 were wounded. The leader, after sot F. L. McCoy and Dr. John n. Wblfc
Xo definite Information as to the his address that unless in the near fu. Forty, guests had narrow escapes, in Its second suit against the being shot, killed Juaneka with his lock have gained Andrew Carnegt ,
reason for hurrying the repairs l Is i in ture greater harmony be restored between and all grot out in their night clothes government to recover wai revenue last bullet. Congress awarded Morris consent to donate a fund of $10,000 for
pOMcssioa of the officers at the yard labor and capital, the country Louis Reichle, of Detroit, and T. B. taxes collected on coca-cola under the a medal for bravery. the establishment of a public library ,
brit: they are pushing all! work. will be plunged Into a civil war more Cook, of Cleveland, were $Erlouslyhurt war revenue act of 1898. The Jury here. The conditions! are that the city
t disastrous than any previously focord- in going down improvised. laddersof returned a verdict in favor of the Wants Damages For Lost Hand. is to maintain it at a cost of not less '

Declared a Free Port. ed in history. bed clothing. company for $20,502, with Interest, less Atlanta Feb. 12.-E. H. Estes' than $1,000 per year. A commutes
St. Petersburg>h. 1-A'cord1ng:! S637.05, the government having redeemed through his attorney filed suit t consisting of Hon. El! S. Shorter F. L.
to a dispatch received here from 1.lad. Appeal From Trades Congress. Conductor and Flagman Injured. war stamps held by the company cover alleged damages to the am oaunt McCoy. Dr. J. B. Wh1Ulf'k and others
iveetock, the emperor of Japan has de- Toronto, Ont., FeD 1-The National Columbia S. C., Feb. 12.-In a reels to that amount. The total amount of $5,000 from the Fulton Dig and Cotton wae appointed to secure a file ttfrd ar-
t eland :'1 ororlln, on the Island of Yed- Trades congress of Canada has at Ronhams a station on the Spartan recovered by the company is, therefore milla in the city court yester day range details: looking to bfgiaaicg flit
do to be a free port for the free ex par Issued an appeal to organized laborto burg division of the Southern railway. $28,864.95, with interest. It is announced He alleges that while at work at one work as soon a3 possible. ,
tation of all Japanese goods and free join with It in advancing the Interests Freight Conductor C. 11. Ackers and that the government will appeal of the calendar machines in the factory -
Importations of sugar, provisions. rail. : of Canadian labor. "The great his flagman D. T. Chick, both of Columbia th e case to the United States circuit his hand was badly mangled and University Makes Appeal.

Mad materials, agricultural and com objection to international organizationin were injured. The two menu court of appeals If this courseis cut. He alleges negligence to the Knoxvill \ Tenn., Feb.12..Jfbe fret
were riding [in the caboose of taken. a final decision in mill
their the
Implements Canada the appeal litigation company.
and machinery, says, "is that tees of the University of TeUMIH
***, hemp, printing paper, mineral strikes are fomented and carried on train when it suddenly broke loose! and will probably not be rendered for have made an appeal to the state Js j
i Lad vegetable oils, cords and braids, in the United States to the disadvantage rolled down the embankment. Mr several months. Hooper Young a Sick Man. islature to do something for the a* ,
of Canadian enterprises." Akers was painfully bruised and received New York, Feb. 12.-William Hooper vancement of higher education In ibis
Will a severe cut on the top Express and Freight Collide. Young. convicted of the J
Begin at One, tbruis murder of state at the institution: bearing itsman
J Athens Ga.. Feb. 12.-The city lot Temporary Injunction Granted. head. Mr. Chick was seriously Chicago, Feb. 12.-The southbound<3 Mrs. Pulitzer, was a very sick name of state. The university gets
Tttfntly pun'bait1b)' the United New York, Feb. 12.-JustIce Davis ed about the thighs and legs. They Green Bay express on the Chicago and.edical in the Tombs today. He took a lit co appropriation whatsover from the ;
j States government in the supreme court has were brought to this city for m Northwestern road collided with a tie breakfast and then j
as a location for granted a attempted to state, and !It is earnestly desired t. 1
1 the new federal building in this city temporary injunction restraining the treatment. freight engine at Winnetha this morn. exercise along his tier, known as have some beneficial legislation enacted i
j will he ('lear&of the buildings now Mercantile Trust company and, J. Edward ing. seriously injuring E. P. Flemingfireman "Murderers' Row," but was so weakand at this session. New buildings 1
Uniting upon It by March 1 and the Addicks, of Delaware, from selling Sues Southern For $5,000. and slightly injuring Engineer ill that he had to return to> his I are especially desired.
preliminary steps will then be taken over $5,000,000 worth of securitiesof Atlanta. Feb. 12. James Redding James Robinson and an unknownman cell and lie down. Warden Vander-

1 for the erection of the new $10uOooOf the Bay State Gas company today.A brought suit in the city court yesterday riding on the engine. The engineers carr said that Young was undou bledDanish West Indies Sale. .
;- | rnmfnt building. similar Injunction was granted in against! the Southern Railway compa> were badly shaken up, but t escaped ly very sick and suffering from a general New York, Feb. 12. The CopenJi
) the United States circuit court last By to recover alleged damages to the injury. The freight engine was nervous collapse. gen correspondent of The Dally Tele'
; Chinamen Arrested at Mobile week. amount of $3.000.:; lie claims that whliccom switching across the main track when graph learns with regard to rnnuxi
;. Mobile. Ala., lib, U.hnese! Inipmor In the employ of the defendant the accident occurred. Victor Meyer Dead of renewed nfgotatlons for the solo
You has pang March H. 1901, he was run down New Orleans, Feb 12. i
arrested nine hina Farm Labor Is Scarce. -Victor My of the Danish West Indies sale Th
men here on charts of violating fth Columbia, S. C.. Feb. 12.-Farmen by an engine of the company while he Charter For New Railroad.yards er, one of the founders of the New Or. Tribune's London correspondent, that
Chinese exclusion act by entering this In Laurens county are experiencinggreat was going out of the railroad Lake Charles, La., Feb. 12.-Th leans Cotton Exchange, and head of the Danish government considers thatflyer
country without the propel certificatesTheir difficulty in obtaining and retain He alleges that his right hand and Gulf Calcasieu and Northern rail road< the old cotton firm of Vand & the treaty was finally rejected by the
cases have been set for trial on ing farm laborers. The negro farmhands left foot were badly mashed, so that has been chartered. The capita is dead. He was the last surviving landsthing In October. If matter 1
Feb. } his foot had to be amputated and the stock i is $2,000,000. The road Is ob
: i 21 before United States commls : are leaving the farm.and flockIng : member of the committee which built should be resumed a new treaty must
: toner Bond, which was fixedwas Got.. to the towns. :Many large ..armLand.second and third fingers of his right built north from Lake Charles to forma the exchange. He was a brother of be concluded; but no steps axe Aeing
; U'JIJO without connection with a trunk line. Congressman Adolph Myer.
made. ers are a hand. taken in that direction.
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"My Sons I, The Formula tellsGrove's i the story :

-: said a great businessman, "are my I Chronic Chill Cure

partners: and they need all the I,

strength and courage I can give Venezuelan Settlement Seemsto Will Make Military Demonstration Not a )patent medic: : a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste made of

l them," and he f.,rth.vith paid for a i I POPLAR BARK
Be In Sight. In Macedonia. Fluid Extract PERU/IAN BARK Fluid Extract
Ioooouo in The Mutual
Life Insurance policy Company of New Fluid Extract BLACK i ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK

York Not without the most care DOG TOOD BARK Fluid Extract

ing ful investigation over; six months., however He ,was extend Col' Preparation of the Venezuelan Proto- Officials, Think Complications It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

viiiced by just such facts as led the co.s Con.\rmmg Hopeful View of Between Turkey and Russia and Austria TEe Best General Toi we. No Cure, No Pay. Price, SOc.

President of, a National Bank inNew Affairs as Expressed In London May Result, and: Another Series

York to make the curious and Creates Great Satisfaction. of Massacres: May Follow.

shrewd provision in his will, which
London Feb. :9.-The announcement Paris Feb. H.-Official udvias hate LITTLE TOT FOUND IN STREAM
is contained in "A Hunker's Will. from Washington that Venezuela's been" received: here conforming the re- ---- J. 'oI-'. '"!'I'J-& :, ..:= r .;;.:''CiV:1 ..res. .. ..:.::....1 Cs: Trta:
Write for it and also for the .
protocols are in course uf preparation port that the sultan of Turkey has ordered Boys Make Ghastly Discovery Near
account of the $1,000000 policy cu.armmg: the hJlJeful'iews the immediate mobilization of

"The Largest Annual Premiums." ot the situation expressed here has 240,000 troops for a military demon- Atlanta! Ca. W. H. BRIGGS HARDWARE ECO

Tbl9 Company ranL created great satisfaction. Duimg station in Macedonia.The Atlanta,, Feb 9.-A sroyof: hidden
F. s/-111 Assets. the latter J part ofthe week official circles step taken is regarded wth apprehension shame and crime, the lull aetails ot

FrslInmount Paid Policy-holder here evinced quiet confidence that by the French officials as which will never be known, developed

Firit-In Age; in spite of alarming reports a settle- being likely! to involve complications yesterday on Tenth street, near

Tnt MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ment was in sight. between Trukey and Russia and Au the Exposition park when the bodyof VALDOSTA, GA.

There have been private expressionsof stria. It is said that the Russian a new born white babe was foundin

COMPANY OF NEW YORK, intense irritation at Minister Bow- and Austrian goverenmenli have a small stream by a crowd of play

RICHARD A. .1CCt"ltDI're..iJnt. en's alleged bleach of etiquette but agreed on a firm note to the sultan ing youths. CS33E3S3333

these have never been allowed to in which will be presented in the rest few Jack Donaldson a white youth, and

terfere with the determination voicedby days insisting on administrative and Ed Smith, a negro boy, were playing

J. it. LIV1'C.TJN..JR.. Agent Ocala FU, both the British and German diplomats official reforms in Macedonia. Al- together near a little stream that

CKCIl.WII.COX. Ageut lor the state of Florida to secure a termination of the though France will not be a party toi crosses the street near the Expositionpark

i iI. Ji l:.>i.-lU Kla. difficulty through any feasible chan i I the note she will approve of it. when they noticed lying in the H A R D WAR E !

nel. Ambassador Herbert's strictures It is considered that the sultan's midst of the water the half-expoied

NOT BOTHER: TO THE OX." found sympathetic support in Down- mobilization of such an arm}" I IP clearly body of the infant.

ILf Ing street and apparently formed the an effort to forestall the represnta- Coroner Stamps! was notified and

f Knotted md gnarled the rugged figure sands subject of exchanges of messages be- tion of this note. The mobilizationof going to the spot held an inquest over Mill

Taaul to the despotic needs of life. tween Berlin and Rome whence the so many: troops is regarded hereas the body. A verdict of death from and Turpentine Supplies

If Hi* field hU world aud his 'rough hoe bis. representatives of those powers at unwise and dangerous, and especially drowning at the hands of an unknown

wealth; i Washington were instructed to presenta I as it !is; said that the soldiers whoa person WD the jury.It .
Ami yet not brother to the ox, for hark'! is not known how ] the child
I united! front and prevent the recurrence e to be brought Into Macedonia from nag
I Along the uaet sties the Angelus
of the publication! or news of Asiatic Turkey are semi-barbarous, had been t Hallow the twilight and he bows in pravtr.No
f Millet did not mar him thus. this man the nature of which he had complain. and are hostile to Christians and will from the firm condition of the flesh

Who thrills to valiant tales of M Vendee; inaugurate another series of massa that it had not been dead a very long Largest and Oldest
ed.The .
Whom Jeanne O'Arc's name aw.ikestoec:.task; refusal of President Rooseveltto cres. It is understood the powersare tin'

Aad did an other saintly Louis lead. arbitrate! the question as to wether exchanging views as to the courseto Turpentine Supply HouseIn

f c1; Would die. Crusader! on far Sy rain sands. the: powers shall receive preferential be pursued toward the mobilizationof -

iF Neverthe mu,es through his weary days: treatment In the settlement of their Turkish troops. ;::;='t''-'--'-,--"----'--ilk' c
it Dowered his toil thinking with a dream. claims against Venezuela is regretted, r--'.::-7 n II 10 Georgia. '
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; Never the starred goddess: Science read but as cabled yesterday, It was antici REFUSE TO RATIFY TERMS. _P-r.rI': : ..:' )cr
The poem ol fomil story of a star. rated. :J/ lbL-- e'f f'n

Or glimpsed the microcoim of the c-11; i".ft
The strong disinclination! of the Employes of Montreal Street Railway t .
And not brother the ox, for far _
yet :: 12S:
British foreign office to have recourse Overtures. :" : Houtiltr11g'II b for
Reject Company's _
\ :
.' lll'yonl1l'arnal.illi and the pteiadesHisoul (i Ji r-.W "
to The Hague court of arbitration "', ,,_fJ::
f' sjars into th infinitude. was Montreal. Feb. 9.-The employes of
r. And worshipful, bow,down above the star, founded chiefly on the fear that between the Montreal street railway at a meet '''---. ir-rjl.I RIXFORD TURPENTINE AXES. *

I6 High in the temple of the Triune God. cow and the rendering of the ing today refused to ratify the terms -. ;: 'f"G3H .

court's decision, new complications their committee and
i. agreed upon by ,
ti No.u). not brother to the ox. this titan :
tf 'The toiler,brother to the fisherman may arise and the decision to refer President Forget of the Railway company rnr

"r Of Galilee;brother martyrs, yea. the matter to The Hague was only for a settlement of the strike -./ "

r C Of Jetu-",Carpenter| of Nazareth. arrived at as a last resort when the which began Thursday night. :: 9 MAIL mm PROMPTLY FILLED. PRICES CHEERFULLY PJEJL. Q

1 Sot brother to the ox.: The sovereign soul: negotiations threatened to drag on in President Forget announced last -

Thiijti throned in this uu.-outh and toilworn definitely. The officials here are con. night that the company was ready to .. I' __ __ _

man fident that The Hague court will give grant the men an advance of 10 per ,the of UH Ol and still &:
Mitt own imaje
the allies at least some measure of cent, recognize the union and rein- W. JOHNSON & BRO.
and iinmoital reigns
t'ncoiiquerable !
different treatment in the settlementof ROLLS FKOM I Only the IMOU'i 1 ,
state unless
men recently discharged
Serene,secure against warring OVEN 1 e
Dealers in
As whea the martyrs faced fierce lions and the claims from that accorded to their dismissal had been for just cause. KWinto
tun oven aim
t,! flames. the oher nations who did not take aggressive The committee seemed satisfied, andit only the New and Second Hand Machinery.
And mighty Rome could not coerce a soul: steps to secure their alleged was generally believed that the end
1.\Ii I: ('I T\ ri.oimu.
Or ii the ol the heart BEST BREAD
now arena rights. of the strike was in sight. A meeting

Steadfast against the raging flames and beasts Beyond some comparatively slight of the employes was called at 1:30: rolls out. It is delightfullycrIslt! an<1wholeMMiie. One 1i: home Tower return tuloelar latter with IittillK" ifj.) 'A'

That unmake man. this toiling peasant can deliberations over the wording of the a. m. to ratify the terms of settle- A few .nlitvs buttered i,. a Three bib ., esl'b. MM)1M/
Confer here le'.l Ceasr. Napoleon, protocols no further trouble is expected ment. weal in it. And stand a man,with kingly signet on 11 U It U
here where the raisin of the meat. 00" ;\\lMI I..
The un ige cud the likeness ol his Cud. It soon became apparent that a majority u Ii ,. 11 as
Orders for Bread be 50
blockade will be etc., fan more :t'alalto
regarded with almostas
I of the men would be satisfied ..
And though uo gilded gallery is his. much relief will satisfactorily filled byENUS' l U !)2" :::'::. ,.,
as it be in Venezuela
NO joy of Kim in or Athenian thought, with nothing short of a complete capitulation 40( U U fire box lo, Il.'r. ;

No hrrit ie of Grove or I'ortioa.Nogl on the part of the railway U 10" .. .. .. . . I i.tal

ince at aeonsor the empyrean company. Speeches were made urging BAKERY II 20 u Atlas fire box holler. . 1.m sal

Yet f>r thii burdened toiler Christ was born; BOERS SEE CHAMBERLAIN. the men to refuse the terms unless It 15 u 44 Loilerou, wh.-t4., . . I 17.i tyla
For htm the mess an 1 the angel's Than l It n > 1 > I Id.) ; ,J u NI.
t age sons they included certain articles of : f i I IS.:

"Glory to God on high and peace to men" Secretary Rebukes Delegates For i. the men's demands. One 80 horse power Laur S: Budlry . . . .f.r.e
3r; Fir him the scourge the thjrn, the nails, the Presenting an Address. Conservative leaders urged the 75" X. Y..rt't.lIpnght. . . 16Ud11I'

1 lancet' Bloemfontein, Feb. 9.-Colonial Secretary strikers to Ilk Ball Itutmwui. ......., . 7tU,611
accept the concessions, -
Nuht ulternevi of woe on Calvary r--- -eT "
; Chamberlain yesterday had anbour's 35" rkinrreeutrr i crauk :!:!III'") .
a; For him Kabbjni and the Easter: morn, conference with but they were cried down and whena '. :: 5" II Eril'l'ity. 175 t') ,
The promise, and the prjot of deathless dal s- a deputationof vote was taken the proposed! basisof ; M'GORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE .
I am the Resurrection and the Life." 40 Boers of the extreme party including I settlement was defeated. The Cry ONE.: 3Ilh iil' 1:11 It111' 11 '1iI ,

Christian Dewet. The deputation COMPANY 4"
I S .
O. m.lten.lord..and ru'ers: in all lands company has asked the city for police -
presented an address which.i
\ Your brother in the brotherh 1 of m anIs protection and the Duke of Connaught -
It is understood. Mr.
folded in the falherh W1 of G Jd. Chamberlain rejected Hussars and the Rifles have been unofficially F. D. POOSER, Agent,
-Rev. P. I.. natty in Clnrle-ton News. at the same time rebuking the
informed to be !In roadlnesa! OCALA FLORIDA. l\'lcMillan\ Bros
t delegates for presenting the address, -
to respond at a moment's notice.
which he regarded as insulting, inasmuch ,
Following a Good: Example. r. rr SY'4
LC 1.
as it impungned the good faith rTW
1 Klitor: Kilwiii D. Liu.t ht'of the off himself and the government. The
hit!ti Iriiutment of il.. Tampa' feuds between the Boer parties havehi'eome 1 Arrangements For Big Confederate Re. Southern Copper Works.
so strong; particularly between .
t : Tribune, folio' ,,'ing the example recently the brothers Christian and Piet uion! at New Orleans
I New Orleans Fob. 9.-The ronfed-
Mt l hy Eilltor Cirter, of the Dewet that Mr. Chamberlain may well
ertae reunion committee has tl tdc1 Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
be in doubt
as to who realy
Jackiimville Metr-ipolU, lus won a representsthe to offer a prize of $25:! for the design -
people of the Orange River! col--
: bride.! I : for the emblem to bo placed i on
and General Metal
il the badges which design shall be aj
J Tu-nUy at high noon! at Quitman,
pror ate for the reunion in this city. _- /I ,
fia., h. Inl t.1 th" mitriiuoui-il: altar SOLUTION. All the committees reported at the
f Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
1 MUi CUUIH Piiitihiiil to be one of Reported that Acre Question meeting last 'evening and arrangements Ac before stated,1 have on hand a
Is Becoming were found to be proceeding carload of one and two-hor! mowers, through the country specialty. Orders by mail t.r
the ui'-;t chanuinv! ;, aeeompliheilauil Less Alarming.New .
York. Feb. 9.-The rapidly. A ('ommilteeill have rakes, .tickle grinders and repair wire will receive prompt attention at either of the '
lieaiitiful 'tllu lllf Georgia.11'eCturatulateMr. question charge! of feeding and lodging confederate part!', and shall have in the next ten ''
is becoming less following worksFAYETTEVILLE .
alarming, -
'I : Lnubriaht on says veterans who come without provIsion day a car load of reapers! binder! : ,
The Herald's correspondent! in Rio shredder and
for their stay. The plans for every (part pertaining .
UU go ).I fortune !but no for.uuH ; do Janeiro. Baron Ro! Drane'(. minister to make hJlnf'+ling a nuiren',
the big parade on the last dayof the N. C.
I ,. of foreign affairs, has uwlared ,, Remember that the 'MKVrmickbinder SAVANNAH GA.
to i you 1 for him. i U a man of reunion are being made by Captain J. R
to a newspaper man that negotiations: is the only I right hand! mwolune
i elurmhiic p-"r: ouaiity: and possefses: : a Were progressing satisfactorily. He C. Piakirs: committee! and the parade on the market, and should you buy JACKSONVILLE, FLA. MOBILE, ALA..,
will he one of the biggest ever seen. other, are cure to be t
any JOB d1&iappojnled
Ii great ueuiom for JhU l>r"fes' iou both hopes for a pacific solution and laments .
I. ( Adjutant General deckle ha announced f'
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aloni? the Hues of l poetry anti pros-e the attacks of the Brazilian that General Gordon is much \\'r defy and chalUnpe the would to I ,
l press on the Bolivian minister, Senor I I meet the rurve-t >ld. There
us in
t'' that will better and will start at lecturing
aUIIIIe..erve;l a eompiuiou once on a

I I share his a.piritio-n anti inspire him Pinflla.The commander of the American tour in the north. i i" the place are. to Call"show and what,see rill your> and utacbineg I- FERN HILL RYE i'i't.

to greater achievements. cruiser Detroit maintains the most Negro Woman Cremated. will give you point! that will interest

cordial relations with the authentic; Columbus. C:!a.. Feb. 9.-Lastnight's I you, and ave you money. Every ,
t 1 We express to the happy couple all at Para. j': machine "cold will be put up and
Southern ',ain I
lo\'i1ht' brought new! tf.u>d before! it i ill turned over to you H. ROSENTHAL l& SONS, Distillers, Cincinnati 0. '
goal of the burning to death of a negrc I ,

i Carpenters Join Strike. woman at Fayetteville Ga. The woman -i F. D. POOSER, Agent.

J Square Toed Truth. Chicago Feb. 9.-Two hundred carpenters who was alone in her home at I 3.15! -dlt-wlin -

f members of the Ship nulld.E'rs' the time had a fit and fell into This is the I
At the |pro seat writing we have: no Protective the II III Wiskey you hear people talking about ',;.
association, fire. The
J employedby I upper part of her body when
they "That Good U It
desire to hurl our-ielves into Allra.hAUl' the Chicago Shipbuilding company. almost .completely burned up. The gay hiskey. hn>

should outh Chicago! have quit work. join. accident was discovered by means 01. T. MURPHY held its place at the head of the column ;:,:
bosom but if we t
!! Ing the 5M. holler makers and ironworkers the odor! of the burning! flesh and persons j of High Grade Goods for many yean 11.

to Ill) H.) we woullu't lean up against mho laid down their tools entered the cabin to find her la':
Thursday. The strikers demand half-cremated
l a d mble-birrelletl\ shot' gun aud then more pay and a reduction .f hours of I t ,m.IT'S .

labor. Machine and Iroi>} Wor s. MERIT \ a
do. ,
tread ou the iri er as many FORMER GOVtNUK uc"u. I.
The entlreplant of the Western

Neither would 1 we eat a Mjatre' meal Steel Car and Foundry company at !i I : '
William Fishback, of Arkansas, Dies

r on roj;U-oa-rus, blot out Ihe gail, Hegewlsch has: been" closed as a resultof of Paralysis at Fort Smith. Iron. Itrus iiul Krun/c ('a*.- STRAUSS & CO. ; =4.
the strike of the 30 "
I engineers and :
i Little Rock Ark., Feb. 10.For
drink coueeutrate.l lye, sit down in I 40 firemen for more wages. Nearly mer Governor William Fishback died iug.: Jlat'hhualld I'alleru1hop. Ofu .
the lap.of u hUll vi*, .smoke a cigarette :. ment.LSOO men are thrown out of employ. today at his home in Fort Smith, of ..: Mariiu-aiul Railroad Distributors. tf,.

.mi. paralysis. He was 72 years old and ttrpair
or calla Keiituokuu a liar !!
served as governor of Arkansas from
E Call Issued to Banks. 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville Ocala
l of
judm+ liquor.Ve -
anti a poor 1893 to 1895. FI( ''r.da ,
Washington Feb. 10.-The comptroller I ,
would simply get out au edition of lie ran against James II. Derry for '
of currency this morning issued a 1- .
.. Tt'';
the United States senate in 1S4.! but .
a our piper in which we would strive to call for the condition of the national

the very bet ot our ability to priut banks at the close of business Feb. 6. was the of lIe the was Fishback widely aim.knownas nd I f To Cure a Cold in One Day Cures Cripla ':

t the plain, square-toed truth aboutpeople New County Created. ment to the constitution of Arkan.- Two >'. :
Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 10. The by which the legislature is forbid :HI Laxative .
uuderst.tud it iud then Take Bromo '
A ,
as we Quinine
house measure creating a new countyto ever to pay certain alleged fraudiiluu Tablets..A I'Jt on every 11ar:,

I q calmly await the eud.-Htury ((111.) be known as Houston county, was state bonds issued during the recon Seven Million boxes sold i la past 12 months. This signature (9.c DLPP. box. 25c.'IQ .
Times. passed by the s cate Fatarday. struction period. I .

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Speaker Henderson Again Presides Passengers Have Miraculous Escape i Notice of Application: for Tax Deed cadet -

: IS THAT OF BOXER ; Over Deliberations of House. i AT COLUMBUS GA : Near Round Mountain, Ala. uon a of Chapter 458, haws of ploy ,

Washington Feb. Atlanta, Feb. U,>.-Two coacnes antI OTICE IS HEREBY GIVES "i \
10.-Speaker Hen- .1 Rube Bullock, purchaser of Tat Cer. -
derson who hao recovered trots his a baggage car of the regular passenger :No 337:, dated the -ih day ot Aafrut \ .

: i l Caucasian Residents of China: : recent indisposition. presided over I I Chattahoochee Has Fallen, train on the Rome and Atlanta '. dt'kesr iz r $h tp baa 1199 made has nlrd application}said cernficate fir tax deed to to my KMJ o* } branch of the Southern railway overturned -
the : : ,
* deliberations of the house today. with !aw Sui crruocate em --
;;{!; Are Threatened. I Iii After the but Still Raging. I near Round Mountain. Ga. the ioilcwtng ilescrbxd P'P'rty r'tuit- .
I reading: of the jour: il Mr. I I Marion ounty F.unvia. U>.1I.OoicmetsciBg .

Richardson (Tennessee) took exception i It appears almost miraculous thai :n j" chaia- west" ,"
' 1 ANOTHER UPRISING IMMI! Er-tT. to the presentation of :he coazer- MANY f..IJLLS SUSPEND WORK. 1 number of the passengers an'e' .. ,4.n- "11111 ut nort ibt corarr fof;

J fnir.r.. ,- T; 1, orr.-.ho .=. ra- ge ;i there
crew escaped 'rj'i'-y -
ence report the department of -. .
on rem- I-- js tcet wc-i |J-t '. f!
of Impending Revolution Is I and Manufactories coaches dit :.,, : .! ''. ,. .
Center merce: bill at yesterday's memorial: Damage to Bridges were < ann. '- -i.:'I t. n' !b o in 4 nevi tr.
on their sj i in ''. .. '.- "u'. :is "jst as danreus as a ViB* : -,- .-- nke o1 wen centtiau \ <
.i.r was ;
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In Southern China Which session. He Water j -
Thus Time I II contended that the action Will Amount ta Considerable- NI, _-n E H"4 ; ,ni.i
I was void. The ring at a hRh ra:,- :Y :0. r' ; : .i: wJ1.. G"" --- crt :.,- .-eha!'. ';
Overrun With Cut-Throats. speaker ruled that it Yet For Steamer MaviS2tion i '
Tea !
High as : t 1W !3' 'if'lWl.l:
The a.i-oiitnr R. U
was regular. ::rd 1 it \ ,
He said in hb ruin: "
? L1::>: :.iv 'F* ir.ar4
Americans Assaulted:: InTantsn.: ;I II that it had been repeatedly held tt..t From Scuthern Points. Mountain.: mi: -:; = .'h: ./ '-.. fT :.. -,.. -nv tK L'I: !liaiturt'ia.irv ..
i list of the "rjurft! f. .. wH \ D h.
Sunday 'e::= a? i 5
Sin: Frawiseo. Feb lw..-Previous re. | could be made a legislative Columbus, Ga., Feb. 10-Taert :s no ; -t -, I N
I L gym:/h. C"Lt Ala: Lru. ,
j day. There I : soa Clf'i C:-;tl : C'jurtOTICfc
l yon* ol a threaded outbreak in Ciiina had as a fact been no material change in the flood Situation
it's" 1 I.a"k < ha'!
I Ii legislation :
I Caucasian residents is at yesterday's session. By : has faiku -
1 *:1!Lit confirmed unanimous here. The Chattahoochee F. K. S: .-zyt Gal;:;..-'.,. A'.a. Yn:':
several Who nave consent the house simply .4'i i .. \ .
i by persons a little but is still raging. i.n. .
permitted i I on r:z:.' :.n: r hi
arrived here front the Orient.. Dr. the filing of the conference front ha.'e been at-r.- -
t jut i on the : ,- --
kt Co:' : .
report under i ;.i : c( s. t'i.1"qrT'lar.'a c
i Jan.ra: Young: surgeon of the steamerChina. the rule. The house ed. except the mill at North H:,;aTne ':.'. .-.jn siih : : : :- ":' :l : ..: ,; .. : :'.- 1"
when in : y :rJC T- O: -
David Austin and J. G. Kay session at any time he stat- lan s. ': .-.n..! MJ-r i .ci.n' -

t 4 aoah! are among those who give ac- ed was omnipotent except: for the lim- j damage: to the Fourteenth :street kt-J,"-:"r. 5au'S: -, '_"a-. V \. r' c- n.I'r
of Roi
nations : ima '
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of I -
the constitution.: : '. .'
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of the menacing attitude of the tan; z at first cs- .
t'uu.ra brie: is greater as I .
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Mr. Richardson on : a: : r- "nbhKT'] r
protested against Jr
Hutch: the I pearl one span of the steel; work lies jur'j'-.s: ;; ?-< .::: '..air.. ( he '-\ "give CVin .
accompanied Austin ruling ea a dangerous precedent river and even *--0" h... Var '
IKYi LTJIJ. by : in the bottom &i the F i : it
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Vrscarsvut.ier! b-u. -- ----
and moved to : ?d' n .;-' -!'iaTlnec's! -
al'. *'. Xtnriean engineer, and unde: correct journal so I if it is gotten out, the work of con: + nc jhshri
leg -'ur-t: to :
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th< .j.r.'t.n of a Chinese guide, Welt &day.3 to strike Eleven out the action of yestl'r-I i straction will be considerably! delay Dr. Jot! : ?Stewart, Attaila: s/! !. RIVER CLYDE E'JPSTS' BANKS. .,.. II!,... ..11JI ;

Republicans ., ,
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when the Chin3t
to Ci.t-n steamer! the Democrats: for his motion, but it I ed.The I brus on -! ,iv. i i It 1.. urdere.'. :r.a. _
I Inunates
Once within the for Scottish
H Kong. that entertained ; Town
tat at njs was defeated fears were i Coaducior Bradley: appliei:: tiarm'eency -" ; and:: Gres: : one- work .. .
gat a, ,)f the ailed city the party was on a rising vote of 80 the safety of the lower bri-ige have i! brake Damage ?esults.. :I in the Ors:_ Baiiir-
to 88. Mr. Richardson as seen as ht felt the cars DoD ihia the! .. ,
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demanded the :
br-t o>' a rah le and was ' with ayes and I about subsided since the wate rhas I i jolting; : over the crossties.It Glasgow. S"iar.ii: February :P I -.

d< motion was carried 116 I H L';:
-1) the "hincse ware complacent, but the Mr. Hepburn insisted to 101. j yet reached the cit. ,I that the train with :20+ or 2f pasengers Glasgow! today and !innc-Ia" Comb,alna t -
that although : 11 I
I the industrial
: I !: was completely overturned district of Ru-h: :;:>;a
the house had and not a
Just striken from
re-testor I the DANGER OF FLOOD PASSED. of where a dozen of the extensive wjriis:
I journal the record of the action of I'I drop blood siplt from broken glassor NOTICE
lionet at the visitors: and drove themin yesterday bruises. I were flooded to the depth of several

terror to the flve-story pagoda. the fact, nevertheless, remain.. Chattahooches River,. Which I jl feet. The main roar ed that Threat'l I I II
the conference .
fromnrokatatioo. report hadbeen Is Fallin water and houses I In the O irt _>t '"- I. .
where they were temporarily presented. ened Overflow ::. ELACKS WERE DELUDED.: many ; were rendered _
Ac-vices: the !I uninhabitable. !- 1. 1 an.! ,t..
However when the Atlanta. Feb. 10.- to Several res! I
"What proof has the ?" IO C'u.i;, .
gentleman: r
.Asriea&3 emerged from the pagoda Postal Telegraph company from dent districts south of Glasgow as! )
!tnr.ired! the Wiley Agent Promised Whit Wives .
speaker. \\ ,
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ttojr were again pursued by the mob. Columbus. Ga.. this morning state to Carolina were fiooded. The damage done w.s omp.ilJ... "The house Negrces. .
ujst stricken all reference Deft-u : :
which brcama bolder and more deft that the Chattahoochee river which Spartanburg S. C. Feb I very heavy. The rain-swollen river s
to the action from .
the T I'H;: fern
: : an:
ant ud finally hurled missiles of has been os. a rise for the past two White. submerged: miles of the country. .
( .) & negro, claiming to be from "'or.d( JEB\ .. TI1ST \s sri
description at Dr. Young and his days is slowly falling this morning Elsewhere in Scotland traffic 1 _
my Washington has been placed in jail on 1'1:1.\ -. : I n!: d; c d "
party A great stone struck Dr. Young and all danger of flood has passed. here for roads has been stopped nr'..; : '- ? aga:!:_, : 'I .1 : abv". --: I
collecting from
IN THE SENATE money unsuspicious be! ); : ,
it the nark anal rendered him w con- The river last night reached a heightof I been swept away and hoiisa' .. i .,,.
negroes telling them that .1[ : d J.z1 lr, ,
HIoIII.n.e mob tad almost over- Littlefield! Anti-Trust Bill 38"A_ feet, over 36 feet above the t he was an emigrant agent and would lapsed Thus far no fatalit.r: : '. I \ It -.3----!; :rah ,, h.. _

pewered! the Americana when Dr. Referred to normal mark. Since last night a fall take them to been reported. bt:1"l-" o: 'a..... t1.Y.
I Washington where they .
Tang arrived and the three left the Judiciary Ce nmlttee. of 2 feet has been recorded, and the I could "marry rich white women and h" .--t-k h"1 in : ',-- a DUUV Ba--.- -. p.-'

walled city with all possible speed.Dr Washington Feb. waters are slowly falling.It Wt-c -. id in1 -.. .... .
10.-The Little- | walk with them on the streets with Another Tarrpa: Cigar; Factor;> I o-th Ca'j A l'.n

Kavanaugh declares the center field anti-trust: bill was received by thee is thought that the damage to 'I their anna locked. Tampa. Fla F 1<).Th:.s' ..; ,:o.t y L % ,,

of the impending revolution is in th senate today from the house and referred property along the river front will be White it Is said, operated oat in have another! !ar.v ': story b R. B B' L ', v.omp'ai.:. 'irAOMIMSTRATRIX 1C .

southern part of China! and not in the to the committee on judiciary. considerable although the loss cannot I the country and gathered in a neat t ing. which wl! I. ustrurtrvador -d! S

r.. north. where the last outbreak occur The naval appropriation bill was yet be estimated.All sum. Then he came to Spartanburg.He Rodr quz.. ,-- the Char: ', -

- rfd.uCulton: and the southern prov.laces. sent to conference Messrs. Proctor the false work of the new iron promised the negroes that they great cigar cor'-r.y. It W.:' : N3T:C= T CREC

rtc_ ." he said "where there was no I (Vermont). Quarles (Wisconsin) and bridge was washed away last night. would be carried to Washington next only be one of tjgest.. but jr. TORS1uT.F

activity during the uprising in 19"V), 'I Cockrell (Missouri) being named as the river flooding that portion of the Monday by him. but the wily agent the best e<:uipr J ind > n... ::.' :. .

to BOW thoroughly alive with cutthroats conferees. town. In .l" '. it!: ,J' : ? first required the small sum of $1 as I In. ted in the!: c" The sitr w-- :

The Chinese are procuring I' The following bills were passed! Many of the mills along the river ', a guarantee that the negroes would 1 *-""Iy purchase: ',:- Mr. 31th. -::. :. : ... : iRF:31:! Ch'

LTI.J and am-rauniUon in violation To will be idle for several days or until '-.i' ,. <:.-t" '. 1 .
open extend the time J-:
granted to thee meet him at tie depot Monday. H.s:: manager i aim an :s ;V r having '- "- _

cf the treaty with de powers at th "Muscla Shoals Power company" In the damaged incurred by the inunda- t case grows worse: as new facts corn: ,: .Ii :etween tt.e.\ '. L. and :S: .Vting 1 U. pi-i--::! 'c: .QI ccm, t.t t.: d 11' 1r\' '

time of the former uprising was setS Alabama, within which to commence tioa of their water wheels can be re I! to Fight. raoad traces on PJ'T-: : tKO 1.1-ni-: ..;- la% _"i ,"

tied and: complete work previously author pair d.BOLD. I A negro brings in the story that i j g.i"h road. Ti50x110 a "-lilding will; ci-\' Ik \... )... ..
Thi movement is being planned ized. White says that the negroes who go Q. s'ace> fwill hap ail:: r'n :-jL--t \ .cn. .

carefully Many Americans who House bill WORK OF BAD BLACKS. ,.. ------ .
were firing: tim of holding to Washington can marry white wo I : -t" mO'Iio'n :veniecc: ,. t : 1

In the Philippines! hare gone to Chira terms of court in Colorado and senate I men also that White claims w have: !I! : ::.y adapatedk :'T a' factory ,of ,: ADMIN -TRATOR'c \ -' ;e '

lid are eogaeed' In drilling and traiI abill extending the thirteenth life ear Uvery Man at Selma Assaulted Robbed I carried already some 10,000 negroes : 'n.!. The plain Save:: alreadyrted -- .

tax the Chines It 1s his belief thatth ing station to Alaska : and His Stable Fired. I ; ".
I i to Washington and that he is backedby ; drawn and it is teat: tr. ,-"TicF ;> HEiEB\ ', ru t '

ritlD will take place at a not far I Mr. McCarmack (Tennessee) thenaddressed elms Ala.. Feb. lo.+ -F. M Bromel- J: ample capital : tract will be ate t- ..d in a few :_ l.' crt r- ..atevSCR ,' a : .,. .
i1-- r tsa.l.Jaac t '" ,
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I taunt date. the senate on the 1b.wlIns ton a well known citizen and livery White will be tried_ at session;l'onrt. W-i-k: will! be <"':-;:-need on the'ter ; -. ': d"Titnx : ; .
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.resolution calling for tie records ofcoartmaMtial stable owner of this place Wail attacked I the latter pan of the present month. i'r-icture by th3we :: part: o>" cTinnakers ,. d F-a-t..r :r- ..,- WI: :r : .0 .c- c

REOISTRIBUTION SCHEME. of officers serving in the last night by three unknown I .k. Over = : v.;i'l': or'h.-T"- ,': ,:.. .' Decera--kr !M-TI<

Philippines.The negroes who. after assaulting him $100,000 OIL MILL. I I "'rrloyei IE tfc-1 r:- ," factory on :lJ:.: >In.

Great tints,n To Reduce Ireland's Rep- best army that ever tread the and robbing: him. set fire to his stable. 1 :leg but clear Ha- :r.a:: cigsjs.c.a 1--1 S a--i

retentation In Parliament. earth 11r. McCarmack declared could Mr. Bronelton entered his stable last Atlanta Capital May invest in Montgomery ,

New York. Fob l't> -The government 1 be sent to a distant tropical land but night about 7 o'clock when he was met I| Ara. Contest NOTICEIn

aw Wennlned' to re-hice! Ireland's when it became known that crimes by three negroes, who had been concealed Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 10.-Montgomery : '' 10.-Sur.=iy ':';
p I r* *nutioB in parliament: says rep-I will go unpunished the awful consequences in a hack. A lap robe was will SOOn have erected with:n M. BU(' "jy ccunty :a>-:". I Ib. the ..r..."'.', tn ft: f< .1'! .
o: Fur' < ar.! v.; alvin
Trttao'* London correspondent. The will ensue. Just these consequences thrown over Mr. Donelton's head who, j its boundary another cotton seed o'i: -.!'.\ 'y G. E. rl" "' hr-v. > - hands will be quite full have existed he after choking him into insensibility. j h.s: ''test th-> ,> The Pe- p'B! [l.iing i. .... ye-:" .,'
said, and mill with a capacity of 80 tons whichwill s :: A-... ,.". .. PI...,' I.. '.
tfcis' year with lith land and London the charges have been met with stoical I secured $7. set fire to the stable and I be erected at an expenditure of ';-:.. :: '::1 the thy: '.- i -, -.\ '. !a}', r -' >II!.

education, and it may be taken for and cynical indifference disappeared. $100.000. if negotiations pending are d'-trict; :- 1 that th-> ro' ,T..i ITT.-,. :.' -'-v. .:-- -.D'tbr TH\i" ,, \ ,., \'

ranted that the redistribution scheme Three horses were burned to death'i consummated.This fr a Democrat'r:: : ,'ip. Mitch: :; .- bt: an i i irbv -q. .. par ,

.. to to be the chief measure of lOOt GIRLS HAVE LIVELY TILT. IE the Simes. statement was made to a representative ty. .K.clerk o? ,', ".". .V-i!! .>,; .' m (a Ji-i.f.ii> "t i I"". ,

F Oa the bails of the present popula- Mr. Brotelton is in a serious condition of The Advertiser last: Hut : 'y him to tr.T It-- ..: I lerri' .tin

t'\J tin, England has 36 members too few. Basket Ball Came Results In Regular i, night by J. D. Hendrix proprietor ofa va-aing: I i.iai these r- :. ::- { rjq;.]- .oil- t'-r ,. ," a 8iiiir-a Vlrrwef'a. :,, a.. .

J Scotland three too many and Ireland Scrimmage at Derby, Ccr.n. ARGUMENT- BEGINS. grist mill and ginnery on the Haynes- i ir ( : 1 !s ve Bucket ':.- .' p, c : : ,. tfa jtu i. .. II

U too many There are 103 Irish Derby. Conn.. Feb. 10.-In the sec yule road 2 miles south of the city. :: srHct. Bu""Lth. -- -, t.4OTICE -(:\Yt. ..

kits In the commons: today. end it !isu ond half of a basket ball game :between I, Counsel For Miners and Operators E. Van Winkle. J. J. Dissoway, }fro I j! a R : the attinz TM eW, TIL.- I.. Oj'-J- .. Itc '

open secret that the government girls' teams from the Water- Commence Debate. Wilkerson; and other capitalists from i I: ben, a : -- --- .

iauritdt to !educe this number to S5 bury High school and the Boarding Atlanta have been in consultation with
II Feb. for T
Philadelphia, lO.-Ar'gnment FOR P'3 : PI!
or has. The Nationalists argue that. Training High school of New Haven, an lagainst the demands of the Union a result that the entire amount $ltW.000. .-
as th. act of union gave Ireland M'i 1 played in tne Anderson gymnasium in --
j anthracite mine workers which will was subscribed. If certain pending 1)ro embers the imperial parliament has New Haven it is alleged that the negotiations are closed the D- "..r-: the !- < tr
erection I
continue before the coal stnie com ,
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at rtflht ta reduce this representation roughest tactics ever witnessed in this of '
the mill will according to Mr. .. .
mission for the six be- 8.BIGGS. .
When next days, was \ 0: !k : HJ I-:::: \r j
the" act pawed, the population State in such a contest were indulgedin. when I Hendrix. begin in 30 days. Cnegotiations __ 1. c"L ra'i' "
flit Ireland was S.ooO.OOQ about half gun to'ay the miners through \.TrORSEY-AT-LA W, ','- t"' I': mak- ., "' 'l'
that I Daniel C. McCarthy, of Hazelton.: made probably have to do with "._ c it.* .' nH ..
of Great Britain. Today the The girls struck each other in the Office in Block.
pop. the Mr. the location of the property. ( Gary-Agnew : .'ere La.I Cou:l : ."
opening argument. McCarthy
tlatioa I U 4.434,0'H>, or a little more j face pulled hair tripped and threw The principal owners of the OCALA. }I' OR\. :'fro t !!

was followed by former Congressman proposed .
than onnmth that of Great Britain. one another the floor and lost all plant will be Messrs. t 1- -- vz K V >i : I;I-'* U ttt.i "-
Brumm of Minersville who madea Van Win ULOS L. SISTarXK. ,
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control of themse1'e8.Coaches kle. .
Dissoway ,
Wilkerson ; ." _
and Hen : f or -- 'o!
uyl"i English Coal and Iron general argument and Henry D j i urn.. ,
and spectators tried to stop drix. Other Atlanta UIORNEY.n.UW.I "- : IUlh -i > -
Near York, Feb. Lloyd. of Chicago who confined his capitalists will .
10 -After a lull in i Heu : tc.i::"i* t'
the fight but failed. The girls were Room 4. Masonic BuiUinj Ocala. Pla. 5 zAEuDWIN I
be interested
will .
as .
j capitalists from h l '
toying efforts to the question of :> i ii< > :h- ru. '
which was very marked durtoff recognition I ., .. .
oblivious to all else and they reached North Carolina. .J! "! tr K: i l. T -
January. of the union and yearly trade argree- Hi': ackn .., ,
America is again coming!' at each other with true ferocity. SPESCER.: < : 1>1'"
tato the English market for ments. iSr; r .
supplies Time was sounded before the 'A sAssessor's -' ,
of roal and iron according to a Lon game The operators will begin their argument CHARTERS FOR COTTON MILLS.Secretary I ATr4RSEl-AT-LAW, 6 ", ,
was over and the players had to be .

Urn of London agent U said to havetrcelved dragged apart. and closing with George F. Baer. president of State Commissions New
Both teams claimed they were Carolina Industries. n D. FULLER. ApoittmO: .
i of the Reading Then
American company.
inquiry for lOO.doo(
1 l to >*\.o v> tons of coal and shippers ooliged to adopt the tactics they did Clarence! F. Darrow. of Chicago, the I Columbia S. C. Feb. to.Secreta.ryof D8XTIST. I will bet ik', the f' 1 l..w. C piai'i it

j, in self-defense. The final score was j Stat Grant has issued commissions the uwe mated, to r......v< tturiif
ea thi side! are now talking of send principal counsel for the miners, will Over Xuaroe & Cho nba Bank, Ocala. F.a..
Waterbury 12: New Haven 10. i for two new cotton mills. both of which raai and proiia- |J''I.r! | y anil xl1-:
tat take the and .in i
IMA! to the United States for the up case answering .
1 lull! be !located cultural reportarli"Lt. rl'qtUr :
remainder af the yearTen President Baer. President Mitchell:, in Dillon in Marioni J Y. THOMPSON:
steamers MAY RESV'LT.Employes i i FBBBt' 0\:iw I L
STRIKE county. One of them the Hameri
have tv-n chartered within the last of the Miner's union is expected here
-I. i mil's:! will have a capital stock of PHYSICIAN: AND: SURGEON.: Kendrick .. ti'. nday :i & -a.wariiu
the week. Whether
t days to during he will
convey Cleveland Irontcrou Office over Teapot Gr-jcery. i)iip, M"utczuma.OC4LA. ., i .
of Manhattan Railroad Company j ?i" ''r.iMt.\ and the other the Maple: uday [p.' m
tb.tlantl(' and in consequence address the commission depends upon i-LA. ,
Lowed I' .1 :; a. in.Heiiduk .
Dissatisfied.'.s.:! will: also have
the Are I : a capital of $100.. .
iron market is holding its own with developments.New ---- --- ----- T .i
New York. Feb. lo-There is general ;j ''i)'). [t:5: understood that William! CHAsE teway p. m
1 cooatdrrabie firmaeae.D J \oldnhtiUh....... ...... PtloI'H' 4
dissatisfaction with conditions erne Company. j :M. Hamer will be '
among : at the head of bothenterprises.
Central...... '?"...' Tnjmiy n. v. m
Railroad Birmingham. Ala.. Feb. 10. The DENTIST.:
the employes of the Manhattan : ti >
rlt'wmgtoD ._ Friday a. i.
te Furnished with Estimates. OCALA. FLA.
company and it is said a strike I Jefferson Brick company has been i The!: secretary of state also Issued -- -- ._ ---- -- Fairfitttl...,................. FritUf, \>. HI.
Honolulu, Fb. 10.- By Pacific CaW ---- -----
may occur at any moment that will I organized and the brickmakers of Birmingham a comm.tslon:: : to the Harris Manufac- :::-hady Gr re lvi.tay, a. m.

dupertnteodeni of Public Works stop traffic on all the elevated lie os. are stockholders. Officers tiring company of Greenville with a I i i 4auto,'...... ...........,... Monday S>, p. in

Henry K. Cooper has furnished GovrBor It U understood that motormen engineers I have \been elected as follows: W. S. capita stock of' $1-.O. which will: : E.T. ALLEN M.D, B.-1It'\ie........... ......... Tu .U> i ,

Dole 1th his estimates of the firemen, guards aai "choppers' Winters, president and M. J. Gregg. j manufaettu'@steamvalvesaDddevict'5 i ; Pedro, sobo')i bouee.V d..lI, a. u
j Seed of the island and 'I Summer field. 'ednt' 11. -. m.Candl .
government [
are interested in the movement: secretary. The company has a yearly for signaling/ on railway trains. I OCULIST and AURI5T.:
J ttejr will be transmitted to the Itgltur 's- &r.Thurtd y li, a. UJ.
but that the porters and oflce men'jho output of 10,000,000 building brick A charter was granted the Dalicgton -
I to -
for actioa. I O' Thursday 1:, p. m
Coupe" SuperintenJ have organizations of their own and the same is to be bandied throughthe i Hotel company of Darhngtonvith i, Mrt- .i.i ljSe':. ;c.a. Pa! every E-Uit&kto.! ................... Friday, .. m

1 r MVS that. in the next twyarn c have not so far been Invited b cooper- agency named. ')tr. Winters will : a capital stock of $'S.
hit drtpartioent will require( be in headquarters established in the Will Ask Bail For Tillman. i f-'aturday 14, a m.
1 1.B.+Mw 'Ink) for public into ate.A ," 1'"r'_ .... "..".."
: secret meeting of delegates of the Chalifoux building at all times readyfor Charleston S, C., F*b. -CongTp s? I I' --- ui'iadslf, school bouse tvir. 14. p. m.

thadlnc construetion of bnJg.-s malcontents was held Friday night business. man-elect George W. Croft, of AkTiliman : ..:. I I 'f'Jro3 Bluff.. Monday M, *. ni-

roast and buildings for running ex law i Kietra:!! .... .......... Mooday 18, p. m.Lyuu .
P. H.
and X-
and since then the order to turn out I ; s partner, DR. ALEXANDER'SCHILL
_.. ?o.)per' proposes that part Tuesday IT m.
has been expected by the men. son a leading criminal lawyer of eei -
Some time ago the company was i lumbia attorneys for tee accused .Ii...
that a bill for aecurvug $4.000.- : ('oil nor .VVVdneMlay IS, a. ilL
asked to make certain concessions, including ask next Thursday that James H. T..1 TONIC I 'alt Springs, school bouw
i (00 be Introduced in tha legislautre.Veatel .
Hillis Refers
Dr. to Negro QuestionIn
a 10-hour day and a readjiistment ; man. charged with the killing of E i; Thurwi y, -19, a. ni .

I of the wage soiediule, and a de- His Sermon. I tor X. G. Gonzales be released oc:: I A positive.permanent, tat!safe cure for l'a"a.Chi Kerrt'ity..............Thursday lj! p. e,.

1 Could Not Cross Bar. man-i; was also made for an adequate New York Feb. 10.-Dr. Newell 1 ball !!. aid Ft..r. Contiia no )oi:,olL The ';Deal Eureka Friday 3), a. sa

Xw York Ft\!). U>.-The North Ger supply of coal with which to heat the Dwight Hillis, referring in his sermon t ToniC, Anti-Perioiic, plet1ur, aa4 Strew'U.- Daisv ......... ........Friday 'Ji, p. m.

1 Baa Lloyd steamer Kaiserin MariaTheresa station yesterday to race hatred in America, f! May Boycott Sautnern.Spartaaburg tztifai pa>,sickly:em IM al101ch d Ft. McCoy ............Saturday, a. *.

which sailed this morning on saM: S. C.. Feb. Ik-On account Irtag*the gow to fuel cSeeis ; cotes wtaiciilJra Anthony.Moudaja
It U learned .
that th* maaafdmentintends II
i ileduerraaeaa cruise, passing! out otivaratiiine "If twice a year we could bring the of congested freight conditions fat and hearty. ? .Ta *day f4, a.m.Oieenwootl .

at 10 o'clock turned in the to hire about 275 men <'! southerners up to New York for two I! on the Southern railway it is learne.jthat Tablet feral; tisteless: easy to tai*. ......Tut-hy 21. p. m.

which number over 100 Ears alrealbeen r ...... 1lwloeeday 3S a. .
Citra m.Oransi'
lover Trial Size 25 ete
bay and caaw back tI) QuaranUu : weeJu we would soon sorvo tie! negro there is a sentiment among the Prici 53 cti. ,
secured. The itrtia Po'Ilttsbelieve II S| rings. Tr.urorl"y 38, a. w.Orali. .
at 11:45: a. m. The Kaiserin the coapaay intend to employ problem, and if ws could take, tie business men and the members of! Dr. A!ua!1d r'Ji Liver Regaator cure+ Bilious ........Fri. an 1 Sit. :: and a

Aria Theresa anchored: at QuarantineM4 theso Eovic in order that northerners threw times a year for two I the chamber of commerce that a boy nest, Torpid UT r.Con;tipaUoa, Sick. UcaJacbPries < The law requires nil returns to W

her captain reported the the is may drop teteraa employ:: who! an rte weeks in the south they wouli sovntf' I cot of the road is the remedy to toj : 2) Casts: Fir u:. ijWm. made! by the tir.t of April.

the harbor too tea fur hid teasel to trying to managa the aoutte rotr'.ed j unless the railM rli!Jt* es th- ALFRED: AVER,
.1 frog the bar .. regarded a* r* ers' aZiirs for th.*m." presen' ... udit'ona Aaitt-rsoL1 Drurgist Ocal/ Pu. J 1 16 Tax AstkBMjr Marion Co."n .


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;!, The Race Track and Marti City. Daughters of the Confederacy. I !'
The Daughter of the I I
Yesterday uv 1rnvt' nut u> the racetrack Confederacy

David T. and longed our drive throughthe will hold their regular! monthly lUt.'el-1 ;
: We are iu-leMwl to Mr. pr i
Day, chief of divi-aon of Mining: and dismantled t'itll"f "rli. ing! with Mrs. Frank Harris I

Mineral Resources, fora copy of a Tht'ral'l' track is forty oppositeMr. liCItmoon.,1 members cordially i| I

entitled I Faiu-elts. invited be present. [! >Madiana Goes Ashore I
bulletin l,y F. H. Oliphaut ,

., "The Production of PttioKum in It ha just: brrn d""rfd l +>H and 1M Back From- -Atlanta. |I1 Ii I I Caribbean Islands.

nut. Work will beginUMHI, and it will i WILL PnOVh: A TOTAL
1901. :\1 r. S. A. Cstandley! i is:: back from }I I
the in. be in excellent condition by early I I
From it vrf make following :
\tIantwllh another car load of Carried Many Passengers,
tmittiuK extract: fall. horses and mules. |! Thought to Have Been :
total outwit of crude petroleum The ground is level and firm ; this, I ; !
It dosn't take him more than 4$ Tugs, Which Went to :
in 1S37 together with its nearness to the city,
since the first discovery, i
hours todi-poseof a ear load of ammals 'I Distressed Vessel. } :
Colonel Dra e, on Oil Creek, !earTitusville ought to make: it a popular racingcourse. I I :;
espectally! tine ones lik tries-, j I I I Hamilton, Bermuda, Feb. 11.
the close of 1901, .
Pa., to !
s) tho-e who waut them had better; Quebec Steamship conpany's I
amounted to 1,076.523,33:! barrels. :Marti is a dismantled city, but the ('all'IUick. j i er Madiana Captain Fraser

If 5.6 culls feet represent the cubical houses have been moved into Ot'ala, sailed from New York

number of them that have New State Appointments.Hon. I for a cruise among the : :
and the
content of a barrel this:: quantity: <>f ,
i lands with a party of ::
petroleum would occupy 6,0: ,53O.)9: been so moved tells nicely of the W. ii Lamar having resigned i j 1 has gone ashore on the reefs 1 i

cubic feet ofpace, which space woulolIt'prt'tt'ut growth Ocala has been making in the the office of attorney general Hon. J.I island and is likely to prove a I :: : ;

a cube very clo-e to 1b'Ofeet ) past few years.Mr. Ii. Whitfit-Id) was", appointed. his succes loss. ; !
Tugs have left here la
on its sides. This amount of W. O. Ma,:ey i is occupying the sor. Whittled thru resigned as stare rescue the passengers.The .

petroleum wouM fill a tank whose old Frank Lyon's place. He has had treasurer: and Hon. W. V. Kuott: state steamer JIadiaca was

base I U one square mil" to a height of it neatly painted 'and the grounds : auditor, was promoted to the vacancy. I Glasgow in 1876, and U of ,
I net burden. She is 244 feet, 8 : :
216.3 feet. It wouldlikewise| fill 35,6s-J fenced which adds very handomelyto Knott's elevation mode the office of I long, has 39 feet, 3 incnes bean

I I tanks containing 30Ut)0, barrels! each. the appearance of that section of state auditor vacant and Hon. W. B. 29 feet deep. The steamer Is ,

Allowing 90 feet for the diameter of the city. Ellis was appointed to fill it. by the Quebec Steamship i
and halls from London.
these tanks, mid if they were placedso Near by, Mr. Faucett has a nice So Governor Jennings bad the pleasure diana has on board about 100 ; '

that their aides would touch and home and i is doing a thriving mercantile of waking three first class appointments -! gers. The list is made up

were extrmltd iu a straight line, business" where an ordinary ly of people from Boston !
gover-I the cities of Connecticut and |
they would reach a distance of 611.7 Besides being a thrifty merchant he nor would have only had one. Hampshire.; :

miles; or, again, if we allow 2J feet I is", engaged in all sorts of enterprises.Not By a mere twist of the wrist he has :

for the heighth of a barrel, and if a great distance away, ez-con- made three men happy and made Report' of Wreck Confirmed.New
: York. Fnb. 1L-A. E.
.there barrt-U were laid so that their nil George G. Mathews has an elegant friends of their friend bridge & Co., local agents of the g

heads would touch, they would circle home and is living in ease. Our governor is surely an astute bec Steamship company has I

the earth "_J.2 times. Mr. Needham, the plumber, has a politician and has a head on his a cable advice from Hamilton
ing the report of the wreck
Of the grand total of the petroleum nice home and Mr. J. :Starr:; :.Steruber- shoulders longer than a. mule's. Madiana. According to these

: produced in the United States from ger has erected several new cottagesfor LoST-Saturday night, January 24., the ship la a total loss but no
tion is made of loss of life
1859 to the end of 1901, Pennsylvaniaproduced in Ocala, darK bay filly, five years",

53 per cent ; Ohio, 24 percent That section of the city's suburb is old, part of mane hangs on one side BRIDGE WILL CAST $ ,

; Wtl'lt'irginia, 11 per cent ; by no means dead and the completion of neck and part on the other, white

of the racing course will give to Great Structure To Be Built
New York 4 cent Indiana, 3.6per
per ; !spot! on forehead, wire cut scar between -
East River H ell .
at gate.P1ttshurg
cent : California, ..6 per cent; it a new tinge of life. fetlock and hoof on one hind Feb. 11. Official

leaving 1.8 per cent to lie furnis-m-d by Anthony Expansionists.The W, clean place on bank near shoulder.A nouncement of the building of i
special representative of the bridge across the East river at !
the other states.
producing reward of $:1) will be paid for re-
Chicago Packer telegraphing from gate X. Y.. by the Pennsylvania j
covery. Addm. R. J. Cain, hady, road was made public last
Great Growth of the South. Anthony say:
Colonel Joseph U. Crawford,
Fla. :-6 7t
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The Southern Farm Magazine of Trucking tUB constantly increased -- --- --- of the branch lined of the t ;!'1 '

Baltimore has compiled from otllcialrej here uutil there are over thirty acres shipment of California cauliflower nia system. I tI Ii 1
went to pieces on the Chicago It is estimated that the new
of the the static in cultivation to where there wa one I I
orti government will I
\> cost over $8,000.000.: Wh<>n
market a few days' and dealers I l
tits of grain crops of the south in 19'):!. twelve yetrs &%'). The cantaloupe ago will be started has not yet
sold them for what they could get for tritely! decided It will ( : /
The total value are as follows: crop will be the largest on record, and I upon. '

Bushels Value. the watermelon crop will be as largeas them. __ -_. II I about three years to

Corn ........ .. .....jur,4S7.oa7...-.$:70 5S3N4 So Editor Koonce did I work.
Wheat..._... 4'1.,7:1,127.-: Sauo}.619 ; any heretofore.: It will requireseven not get to be "The bridges and its
Rye...._. ....._ I.JSl.tyIn .... 975.514
a t6da..._............. SOIO,,671_.._. 2 ,a51l<>5 hundred \ to bundle: the attorney: (general.There : be two miles long. The central
will be 840 feet In length. The
addition to grain, the s-outh raised crop billed) at Anthony tor shipment. from 'will be erected 135 feet
was once a man Nantucket,
t SI.MC.S.'i.i' bushels! of IrMi potatotg' The weather has brightened up and ft ho kept all his cash in a bucket water. It will extend from Port

f valued at :J14ll6loi, 3,005,423 ton of i is all that could bu de',iml for farm But his daughter, named Nan, ris. Harlem to Randall's Island
Ran away with a man. to Ward island and from that
lny, valued at f4J,73s,706( and 6302T ; ( ,- work and good progress is t>eiu4; nude White as for the bucket, Nantucket. I to Long Island, where the
1o.1SIS, |x>urds of tobtrco, valued at by our enterprising i k growers. -PriD town Tiger. nia lines will be connected

*4 a,*< :{,O.1. The total for these three The tendency now ii to plaut more But he followed! pair to Pa wtncket- New York. New Haven and !!! .
I The man and the girl with the bucket; railroad. Most of the structural
r ht'w.altItll to the total for grain makes'' i Ii tomatoes aud thus diversify the .Tops.: And he said to the man, will from : :
I come Pittsburg, and
F466Mi,19'( or approximately, about In a few days fertilizers will be g v> lIe was welcome to Nan. 000 pounds of steels will t be
But as for the bucket, Pawtuctet
cue half of the total value of the agricultural ing into the siirrows and by Feb 14, -Chicago Tribune. This alone will cost over $ .: ,
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products'" of the south. In sted will be planted. Our associa'ionis ; Then the pair followed Pa to Manhasset. ELKINS' !
this re|INrt no meiitiou is made of the i !strengthening its lines all ahlu Where he still kept the cash as an asset,
.But Nan and the Man
Cotton cri>I p, of sweet I'obtol'-tht' lcoiumiiou, ; men have visitedus Stole the money and ran Committee Agrees to

yield) of which in the south' is much lately. The ofUtiou hopes: for a And as for the bucket Manhasset. Same With Amendments. I ,
-New York Press. Washington Feb. 11.-The
larger than the yield of Irish potatoesof prosperous season and the promS of committee on inter-state and
But Fa chased the pair on to Newport,
sugar, rice and fruit crops. These sevvral buyers in shipping( :. season Where the man had cottage named Greycourt commerce today agreed to i. f
And Pa blessed the report the Elkins anti-trust bill I
figures show that the grain crop of considerably encourages the boys. man
And he also blessed Nan,., certain amendments.The .
fie wiuth! -corn, wheat oats and rye W"\ TEIIgood blacksmith. and While they filled! up the bucket with Newport. committee I I

-!H about the frame in. value as'" an amendment to the last
wheelwright. Mint b" a good horse-
"Quick lunch" is: OLe of the com section! 3, striking out the words
average cotton crop, but the growthof hoer. Address!! A. ii. Gates, Ocala, "
rnouestofeitysigus. Tbes-ign i doesn't corporation, so as the provision
diversified farming in the south Fla, U'6tf:! read I
say "a healthy lunch of good fool- : !
promises within a few to make "But no shall be
years the character of the food apparentlyis : person I

the value of these crops much larger i not considered. It's ju-t a quick or subjected to any penalty or I I
LOOK OUTFor feature for or on account of
any I
s than that of cotton. lunch-eat and get away. Is it any action, matter or thing I I i
wonder that the stomach breaks i I
1 which he may testify to produce
down ? I-'od is thrown
at it, sloppy, deuce
Giiterville. Colds-La Grippe documentary or i
indigestible and innutritions food, such proceedings."

This week Hurts: the farmers of Protect yourself, and don't trust to vi ry often, anti the ftouiach has to doth I I

Gaiierville very busy preparing for Providence. Considering the harm (> be!.t it can. Normally there hou"l'! ', WORKMEN'S NARROW I jj

their melon crops. done, "neglect" before and after takinga be no need for nudicbl! assistance for )

Many fitIdof\ oats", can be seen in cold is a physical crime. You may the stomach. But tneavtrase! method Explosion Occurs In I I
prevent a cold, or, if too late, you can of life abnormal and while this continues j Shops at Pitcalrin./ i
anti around iitervillt! and .
the .
Pittsburg, Feb.
pros 11 -Fire -
insure yourself against the "after ef- there will always be a demandfor i

peels for a large harvest are I bright. ects," for there is the greatest danger: Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery I I in the the explosion Pennsylvania of an automatic railroad's !I W. 15. and J. It KutchiuBOU by using Dr. larter's Irou Tonic. Few It is the one medicine which i, at Pitcairn today destroyed the : I

of Xeltia, Polk county, were die from Colds, or I.. i Grippe, or Catarrh can he relied on to cure diseases of senger car repair section and

visitors", iu iaiterville a few days this They die of the after t-flects. the stomach aud other organs of diKe I met shop entailing a loss: of $ I

I week. These diseases. all weaken, and to a tiou and nutrition. It is not a I Over lOt men were at work in t

weakened body come Hocking a host of cure-all. It i is a medicine: designed I departments and they barely I :! ;
j )(Ir. J. II. MiCoiiu and family hive: diseases: that fasten on Meak lungs, for the !stomach! aud to cure through 1 with their lives many losing j

t moved to the Long tjvvamp section. heart, stomach, kidneys, and other the stomach remote diseases which\ I tools and clothing. There j| n p

I The people of CJaiterville rt'grd'dY weak parts that we seldom think of. have their cause in the derangement I shortage of water and the fire |
so fiercely that for
much to lose them. The easiest and best, thing to do i is to of the stomach and digestive awl nutritive -, ed the immense a shops time it and was

1 fortify the system so that you will not 8Jstt'W. It cures:: when all else: I
Messrs. H. N, Thomas and H. E.: house: would be destroyed.
i iI catch cold!, but if too late to do that, fails: 'I :!
i nra..s have returned from their late F:
you must see that no lasting injury TRAIN DASHES INTO

,I I tour of exploration. During their is done. Medical authorities all Country Property Selling ( ;

trip they pr,+ through places where agree that iron is the fighting element of We noted in yesterday's paper the i Atlanta, Knoxville and Northern

the blood enabling the system not onlyto ale of the Wreck-Brakeman Killed.
I they say neither iiiau nor beast could Moody place to bj. Izlar, I !
ward} off disease, but to fight it after I Knoxville. Tenn.. Feb. 11-A
live, and they seem surprised\ at their R. it has obtained a foot- aud today note the sale of the Gilham freight train on the Atlanta, [

own escape. We congratulate them V. hold. property containing four hundred ; and Northern railroad I

acres to \It''osrs. John D. Robertson landslide on the Hiawasseo river
d on their safe return. I
Dr. HARTER'S miles south of this city, early II II
Our postmaster has returned from and Mr. Rich S. Hah1. I morning. II I

1 his visit eo Ocala, and from his appearance \ IRON TONICis The lauds are part hammock and The train was partially I
I E. Fields, a brakeman, of I
t the trip agreed with him. just the remedy needed it part pine, and only a short distance Tenn. I
as supplies was killed. The engineer II
Mr. S. D. Morrison::! of Heruando, the blood directly with the iron it from the city. fireman were slighly injured. I

was in town a few days the past week. requires to combat Colds or La Grippe. When the time arrives that there U I II II I
t Take it before, during, or after. If Gaynor Hands Down Decision. I
Mr. J. H. Brooke leaves for Miami activity in farming lauds it indeed \
taken in time, it will prevent ; if taken 1' New York, Feb. 11.-Justice
next week to try his hand at truck during, it will shorten the course ; if speaks well of the progress and for nor in the Brooklyn supreme !

farming. We wish him aucces iu Lid I taken after, it will prevent all bad aftereffects the promise of the country and thisis has handed down a decision ;I
I the I ing section 251 of the New York
t uew undertaking. pleasant report that Marion is :
penal code to mean that the I
Mrs. D. S. Mitchell and children Women are especially benefited by able to to make to the world. or registering of I I
any bet.
not the
Harter's Iron Tonic, as they to ----- -- I I
j left Wednesday for their new home atHomooaasa. stem ing of it, upon an issue of I
suffer from the weakness of Colds and Mrs. Chace to Entertain. I In violation of the laws against j I

f.1 I La Grippe longer than men, and theyare Mrs. J. E. Chace will entertain a bling and consequently a crime. !
Mr. A. M. C. Brass made a trip to particularly : decision
susceptible to the action i few of her friends infortna'ly on Fri was rendered on writs of
Duuuellon Tuesday. of a blood builder such as this is. beas corpus sued out in the ;
day afternoon in honor of her sister-
I George Reardon and others. I
in-law Miss Etta Chace. )' -' Ii I

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STETSON SCANDAL.I Nor should It hatUfy Dr. Forbes if he

'f! Still ..,'I Discussed In the Stattfrtl "If plain: John Doe was charged with PLACED ON TRIAL MONTREAL SERIOUS i i i

)-TII. Unfortunate Affair Will immorality and the state failed to L Him IMLl.

t make out its cane, John would not, ,

I Mot Down suffer in the estimation of his fellows. I I Would-Be Assassin of King More Than 1,500 EmployesAre

t. The $ktJwn University scandal is "Hut if the accused happened to be Leopold of Belgium.POLICE Now Out. [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.! .1]

ditched M over the elate.g .
\,.u g the Rev. Dr. Richard Ule. failure to
convict would not re-establish confidence
board of trustees iu exhonor-
J. of the in the minister.\! Plain John In His Statement Prisoner Appearedto Mc'ormcn Are Assailed and Roughly

4 k Ulus Dr. Forbes, the president, and would have to be proven guilty beyonda Take Great Pride In Anarchistic Handled-One Car Leaving Barn Is L Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individual Solicited.

_ : letting the matter rebt, white I Prompt Attention to all Bu , favor reasonable doubt, but the R.v. Dr. Sentiment* Bitterly Assailed Mod- I Attacked by Men and Wrecked by
.rot not In. Ii"t'd to take the Exchange Bought and Sold.
i I oihrrt Richard Iloe woul) have to establish! ern Society as Cause of All Evil. Cricks and Stones.
vie*. Judge Stewart, of De-

i .Wit |I. having 11 Look published for his Innocence beyond a reasonable\ Brussels:; Feb. 7.-Tte trial of Gen- Montreal Feb. .Rioting by the INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITSJ. i,

i, Lan' doubt, or his usefulness as a minister! taro Ruliini.! the Italian anarchist on striking employes of the Montreal

; fr(* UWOutimi, which, he say, willfUul"lo would be gone the charge of attempting to assassinate -I! street railway and their sympathizers A

the rtl.lviu of certain (orIli..r Kag Leopold: Nov. 15 by firing | began early today. A car was wrecked -
"The resolutions of our good Baptist! I
tm-heru in the university iu.. three shots at him while he was returning less than two hours after the mass

brothers simply vote coufi.lence in the from the cathedral here after -I meeting held after midnight at which
e the chAr w made by
nlatlon to trustees, pride iu the university. and attending a te deum in memory of the action of the union in ordering

_ huwirt, which, if published, will the late Queen Henrietta, was opened a general strike was indorsed. F.
its: equipment, recognize the eminent 'I
a great srnsatou.! Btewan today in the assize court. More than 1,000 sued railway em .
crr l* abilities of its president, call his accusers Large crowds of people gathered in ployes attended the meeting and an

,"",uibentou Riving the public the slanderers, and record their belief the vicinity of the court but only the 'I equal number of their friends waited

i.f..rtuation watch he claims is bona witnesses lawyers and reporters were outside the hall to hear the result of HOUSE,,
.M'---- iu Dr. Forbes. They are all very II'
car, and ;tie says he mu-t publish admitted. A detachment of policeof j their deliberations. The news thata

pretty and undoubtedly make pleasant : considerable strength maintained I general strike had been declared Gainesville md Ocala. Fla.
1 atUtlrvits' to vindicate his course,
tb*** reading for the accused, but th'ooul.l \) order. Rubini replied rohiably to allInterrogations ; Vas rceived with cheers and the .
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F ) f be has. beeU severely criticised by and whenever he utter- strikers accompanied by their friends -
\ have b >eii more to the joiut -
fnrudi vf l>r. ForUJacksonvilleMrtni ed the word "anarchy" he raked: his i marched toward the different: car G-

't1 had the association performed its! full voice as though exulting in b's con- barns shouting and singing.A : ,
li l ( |",IU. duty-made: an honest investigation! I section therewith. The prisoner bit large crowd assembled at the head -ti -

Under the 'IUun' "Hut What terly assailed motem society as the barn in Cote street Word was passed I _
first and allowed the resolutions to I =
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cause of all evil, declaring he only attempted j j ,
About for Public? the 1'alalka News i around that a car was running on -
follow. to take the life of the king one of the principal streets. A 7=
ebd.ldvertisrrsays: %; i t ? *
The Miami News, in speaking of because the latter was the highest representative crowd of strikers and their friends : a :
'Tie hate with which the Florida of society. Rubini added' went to meet it. When the car c 53 '0:- r I' = Ct?)
} the uufortuuate atfdir, siys: I t :*> =
B.(..tint%+'ociatiou in Lake City last that he had intended going to Italy ; reached the corner it was met with a ,.OJ.., I' =1
"It is to be that the trial I
regretted for the of making an attempt I of The
purpose I volley stones. motorman was .
Mark rushed to the resuie of Kev. Dr. 0- IIIXIIKUSEU
of a local case! in the courts at Tamp on the life of the Italian monarch, but roughly treated and forced to leave I,

.I., j'ytKS, president of Stetson University should have been the of he did rot have sufficient funds. During -j the car. The mob hurled stones and I Co '
means! again I -... p-
i III commendable rather us an the prisoner's examination it de- bricks at the car, completely wrecking I .
: -rlngiog to public attention the &cau- velop that he left the Italian army it. A hurry call was sent for the ;

i rlni4eof| charity that thiuoeth no dais regarding the president of iStetou because his officers persecuted him. police. A patrol wagon was loaded O /t YF. I
evil than fur sound judicial heuse.Aamventlou The prosecution included in the 'indictment with officers and despatched to the -- -
University, Dr. Forbes Song : ult_ IU'SC'11 UKKIl: i :
of Christian minister a letter from Rubini to a socialist scene of the riot, but before they ar-
mouths' ago a full investigation; ofthelle published in Lot
newspaper ved the crowd had dispersed and there
to know that what the publicIiia
ugkt charges was made, and the I don, justifying the murder of Senor I was no further trouble at that print FINE WINES, WHISKIES and BRANDIES. J

right to expert in matters of board of trustees, including the governor Canovan del Castillo the Spanish premier -I Later a motorman who attempted to :\fy'oo: Rye or Bourbon at.._._........."....|l,7j My $4 oo Gin at.... .... ......__. ._. ._-jj, 3
d and stating that te Rubini, had ...__........ .... .
thl-kiwi inNomHuing luMides "gush. j f run a car out of the barn was assaulted My 2.50 oc My 1 oo Xorlh Carolina Cora at M T,
of Florida declared him inuo- .... ... ......... "
My 3.00 2.56 My 2.50" ltt'lancwttaaL.2.My .
"Dr Forl* has bleu charged with contemplated killing King Edward I and so badly injured that in : 4.00 -............-...... }.oo My 300" .. .. .. ..
U()( t-nt. Mr. Stetson, however was Nov :::S. all probability he will die. A majority My :.oo Gin at ...................... ............ ..... +.75 My 4.00. .. .. .. .. .. J.
t A lro' immorality These charges notti"fi."l iu the matter, and, as of the strikers are French Canadians ..._............._..._...._........ lou My 4 oo New England; Rum at...... __ I

:'1't' lDTct'>tigated by the board of will lie seen from a telegram chic- TRIAL OF DR. ALEXANDER.More and have the sympathy of The Jnu and lie:: Trade Made( a Special Featuro.
that portion of the community. It is
truattr of university last btmmier Witnesses In Celebrated In.sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost ol tugt. hall-gallo.lup, }-
where in tha News, has cancelled his Testify said between 1,000\ and 1,500
I men are -gallon jug, Isc.i-gallou jug,25C;3-gallon jug,35C, kegs|1.
aDd the board passed resolutions eshi will, which made provision for a fur- I Grave Robbing Case. out I sell more whiskey and better whiie> than any house in Florida.because I glee goodlo..
and lull
diH-'tor. Mr. SteUon Indianapolis, Fob. 7.-There was a et goods measure.
tiiur the t
>uof & tnal order wilt convince you thafwearetbepeople Termscashwiihtheordef.yoursano .
her endowment of the university.Mr. promise that there would be no lack ,
foun'ler of the utiiveroity, Buys the J. p EDWARDS.
I Stetson has not only done that, of sensations during the testimony of --
work of the board was not hi>u>*xt- today's trial of Dr. J. C. Alexander in !::
Was In of First
but, as: the evidence in the case at Command Miiltary
1 that its: rejHut was ttimply a 'hitewu the grave robbing cases.. A parcel in Zone-Resignation Requested.
Tampa showed is, through his attorney the I I
j possession of detectives was In-
h." The board of trustees is Tucson Ariz., Feb. 7.-Advice from
-1 i > holding certain letters which troduced as evidence. The parcel ,: Hermosillo, Mexico, state that General JAS.M.GRAHAM: President. GE().W.HYDE, Vice I'ree

nipiMed of honorable geiulemeufcoiuug mi.y be used against Dr. Forbes contained two shrouds found by the i I I Luis Torres has resigned his comI -
them being (the of detectives in the basement of the Cen-I I
governor; ,I mand of the first military zone by re-
"Of course, :Mr. :Stetson: has a right tral i
college during one of the visits
Florida. Hut Mr. Stetson, for whom i I quest. He Is succeeded by Brigadier
to do as he plea.with: his money, made to the place with exarch war- j General Lorezo Torres. The First National BankOF
Ibeuniversity U innne-1 and who has
rants. of the shrouds was Identified -
t I The the minister
but would seem that he could have ] reason assigned by
given half a million of dollar for as the one made for Mrs. Gathering I It I of war is that Torres was not as active
accepted the result of the iuvestiga Derring, whose 1 stolen
r luipuirut, is also an honorable\ + geu- >o.1yVas I I against the Yaqui Indians as could be GAINES\'ILLE
lion by the trustees who live in this: from the German CathoUc cemetery.Samuei i desired. Torres' friends claim that .

lleiuauaudit i-i not of record that state and know Dr. Forbes and all of i B. Martin! negro who was I! his close friendship with General

the Kloruli Baptist AsH.K'iiiti.'U in. prominently identified with Cantrlll Reyes, former minster of
i war, was
The Chartered Bank in Alachua
the circumstances iu ouuectiou with !in the Only County.
grave rubbing business was the the for the call for his
teatlgated hi-tsiileof the story or thefVtt..Ul'8 I cause:: resigna-

the case, and who have the iutere-t-. first witness today. Ho first met Dr.Alexander | tion. Reyes is considered a formidable Capital. . . . . . . . ... . . .850,00000

whine his attorney staud.- of the university as clone at heart as at the latter's office last I candidate for the presidency. Surplus and Undivided Profits----------------- ,to. . ;uo01', W
ready to imhuiit. Why? June, he said. The doctor told him
The removal of Torres is said k be
founder could have. > Does business with ficilities bank the
even its that he exclusively a banking : equal to any la
'It may le hit he Baptist niinirtters wanted from 17 to 20 subjects In accord with the policy of the administration state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, MerchiQts, Corporalioof.
"00 other hand and in the far
dissection and would pay $30(
regarding Reyes. Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement All busint-M
of Florida
atford to
ran pass judgIk each.
interest cf harmony, and to stop unfavorable I transacted promptly.'
meat after hearing but one Hide of Martin said that at this meeting Dr. CUBAN FLAG IN SPAIN. 10-17 H. E. TAYLOR C* Wr.
comment it would seem the
Alexander told Rufus Cantrill he I
that I
proper thing for Dr. Forbes to sever would watch the duath returns at the I Both Minister and Colors Are Recognized

going. to ratify the poplt of FloridaPROFIT his connection with the university.He board of health and would notify Can. by Madrid Government

-- ---- -- trill. The first: trip, he said was *n
Feb. 7.-The minister
Madrid. of for
has been declared innocent of the
'I'he Florida Fertilizer Co.
July when with Cantrill and others, eign affairs denies positively that any
charges, BO Ite would! not be retiring he went to the Anderson cemetery and representations have been made to the

uIHl..r fire, anti enjoys the confidence secured the body of Glendoro Gates, Cuban minister at Madrid Senor Mer. Gainesville, Fla.
and handed it over to the Central col-
chan regarding the hoisting of the
and esteem of his:: fellow citizen,
lege. Next day Dr. Alexander paid Cuban flag over hs! residence. The
I I throughout the state. In his own
him $10.His .
1 Cuban minster is declared to be actIng High Grade FertilizersEspecially

I The matter of feed is of denomination this I is particularlytrue next trip waa to the Ebenezer within his rights in displaying the

graveyard when the body of Wallace flag the day he presented his creden.tials
j !as was evidenced by a resolution
tremendous importance to the Johnson was secured. Dr. Alexandertold and the government recognizedboth
indorsing him which was unanimously him the subject was not a good the Cuban minister and the Cuban adapted to Florida soils and products. SpeeW

farmer. Wrong feeding is P:1S.It'd by the state lUptist one because it was mangled by the flag. Brands for Fruits, Potatoes, :Melons\ Cotton Lettuce, Cot**.

Convention in its annual session lasiwtrk. cars and Martin received but $5. At It is understood here, however that Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens; price 2L0

loss. Right feeding is profit. the same graveyard he assisted in get. the Spanish government has advisedits sack .
per 50-pound : _ _
ting the body of Johanna Stiltz for I minister at Havana not to hoist _

The up-to-date farmer knows The following i is from the Tampa which Dr. Alexander paid him $8. In'' the Spanish flag on assuming office. IIiih: ..t Ta-h Price raid I'or Drj liouc

Herald: addition to these bodies Martin said. U\ ('.Jeliordv ':.:t'1I1. O<-11111. Fla

what: to feed his cows to get i he got a body at the insane hospital DAMAGE: BY HIGH WATERS.

"Solicitor Simontou'a pointed question graveyard which Alexander Iaid11"33 r -- -.-- --

the most milk, his pigs to get which Judge Isaac Stewart, the I a good subject, but witness said he did Many Trestles on Branch Lines to

judicial meteor from VolusU: county not remember how much money has Ccal Mines Washed Away.

the most pork, his hens to been paid for it. Knoxville, Feb. 7.-The heavy rainsof
could t auswer, for fear of criminal PLANT POTATOES !
Witness assisted in raising the body the past few days have done con
: get the most eggs. Science. prosecution, is being given serious of Rose Neidelinger i at the cemeterynear siderable damage in the Coal Creek

consideration since publication in the Trader's Point coal mining section near here. A
But how about the children ? On another occasion Martin
Herald, it having: gone throughout the and number of trestles on branch railroadsto
others went to a cemetery but were the mines were washed out and the
ire they fed according to state. A judge who cannot testify because chased 'away. At the German Cath- tracks badly damaged.It ; .

r : he has engaged in a criminal olic cmetery Martin and others got the will be Saturday or Monday be-
science, a bone food if bones body of Mrs. \Voerhing.
transaction is a queer person to start a fore the mines can resume shipmentsof t SEED AND FERTILIZER "
I coal on account of railroad facilities
are soft and crusade in behalf l of purity in an
undeveloped, a DR. CURRY HOPELESSLY ILL being cut off. High water generally
AT )\\" Iir PKICHS
educational institution like Stetson I is reported in the mining section.
f1c.h' and muscle food if
they Former Minister to Spain Is Near
Death's Door. I Another Transcontinental Line. tiir Scud for our booklet "I HISH POrtTOIX"
are thin and weak and a blood Asheville N. C., Feb. 7Dr. J. L San Francisco Feb. 7.-There are on -.oil. t''d. bou to plain 4'uUhiu ami.hip.
Miss j Gene Fosuot, a former resident fi'iit fro lor the a-kiiii;. Adilr-.. .
M Curry, former minister to Spain and indications that Francisco is to
f itid l if there is anemia ? of Ocala now ejiending the winter at head of the Peabody fund who is here '; have another transcontinental rail-

Scott's Emulsion is mixed Tunta florda, writes an interestingletter I hopelessly ill, passed a fairly good road. The new road which the San WILSON & TOOMEit FERTILIZER COMPANY

a night. His physicians say there is Francisco Terminal Railway and Ferry -
to her home piper, the I t'all- I
M ; the Cod Liver Oil in it no hope\ for his recovery.: company proposes to build will run Manufacturer. of Ideal Fertili/er and Special Crop Formula
Iowa Stateliue Democrat, in '
qua ( ) Mrs. Curry arrived last night from frony Oakland to Oroville. From that

makes flesh which he specks: of the beauties of Philadelphia. She is in very ill point it will follow branches of the
blood and muscle
l health and was met at the station by Feather river over to Puerdy, on the J UKSON1LM1. 1I.OKI1H.
Florida and as follows of Ocala:
the Lime and Soda make bone an ambulance. j state line, and. then across northern

"O *1i! familiarly: known as the lIon. Richmond Pearson recently appointed Nevada and Utah to connect with one n_ __ __ n__ ___ ..

and brain. It is the standard 'Brick City,' i* oae of the most impoitaut .I I. minister plenipotentiary to of the four big eastern lines. The

Persia and formerly minister to Genoa incorporators of the company are located n .
inland towns of Florida. It.
scientific food for delicate I who is Dr. Curry's brother-fn-la-w. but there is a widespread belief I HANNitSR iIM
has all the modern improvementssuch arrived with Mrs. Curry. that the Gould interests are behind RS'

J children. as electric lights, witer works I the enterprise. The Terminal com
Jail Escape Recaptured. pany is incorporated for $6,000.000.
free delivery: four weekly papers and Wilmington N. C., Feb. T.-Edward Long Walk to Draw Pension. MAIL ORDER HOUSE

SenJ for free two excellent dailies. L. Utley under sentence of 20 year far Raleigh N. C., Feb. 7.-Daniel 1 Wal CASH

the murder of Hotel Clerk Hollings- lace aged 96 but hale and hearty
sample.I .
worth, who escaped from the jail at walked 23 miles to Raleigh and drew Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
Mr. Edward Moody a prominentyoung
I ire t' at this picture in ,
Fayetteville, X. C., Monday night, by
It... i "i .1! a :aDcl 14 "n the his pension. He enlisted in the United
'"i.i; .,1! every bottle of man of Ocala, is in the city fora the alleged bribery of the jailer was States army in 1843>5nd served in Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Win. J. Le tp*

"4 ,r L ,4. m t lIuy. few days on business matll.'rl.Ir.. I' recaptured this morning In Harnett the Mexican war. lIe remained in Brewing Co's St. Louis 1;<'er. ;

; Scott&BovvncCHEMISTS Moody is well known in Tampa and county, about 20 miles from Fayetteville the army until 13 years after the civil

I For his arrest and return to war. When 91 years old Wallace marma -

i r1I =N his:: many friends are delighted to i Jail th,? state offered $40o reward, the a girl aged :;0, fcift after a few 1246-l 58JLdainsSt..: Jacksonvillo, Fla''

j t 409 Pearl St., N. Y. welcome him to the city.-Tampa county $400 and the sheriff a personal years bot a divui10
reward of $2UO.l ruici: LIST 1'1)0IPPLICAT111S.
; !Oc. and $11 1 all druggisti Tribune. I


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THE STETSON SCANDAL. t1111tt 111t 1t1 111 1t I fi111 Pt 11 f l f t 1 1E 1E i

The President of tho University Sues

,' Its Founder-Dr. Forbes Wants

$250.000 for Damage to ABE JAKE :

Reputation.A .

dispatch from D and states that

'suit has been begun t>y Dr. John F. GROClERY

Forlawprreideutof. Steton Univer- TEA POT

lit), against () B. Stetson for libel

and slander claimed 1 -- --- --
damages being ---. _. ---
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in the sum of .250,(NN). Maj. Alexander

St. {'IaIr-Abramo, or Jacksonville,

li the attorney representing Dr.

On receipt of this information a

jiorter of The Metropolis called at

the ofllce of Maj. St. Clair-Abrams.

and he confirmed the report. The

major declined to make any statement -

concerning the case, but stated
that the reason why neither Dr.

Forties nor the trustees of the university
-O 1
had made any published statement

in reply to the articles which EmsIli- -

had appeared iu the paper was begauge

he had advised against this, -
and had instructed Dr. Forbes not todo ....
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i The only way, the major Bald, to .
ii i eitle the question was to give Mr. .
Stetson and those amalllog Dr. Forbes I .

an opportunity in court to prove and .

Justify the slanderous and libelous KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE ; 1 :

articles which have appeared in the !
till.-. i I ;
newspapers, but he would not be a I I -A

! party to trying the cast in the press I i I I -. .0 .
I i I .
It t Doings of the Board of County Com I I I : .
mlssloners. I 1 I 1-1I
I I ;
At the meeting of the board Tuesday i i I t I I I "
February 3rd, all members were I I I I i d-
J I I I I I I' ,' .. ..
prevent I : I ..
J. I H. Jordan was appointed overseer tlitt i I I: I I ..
for district No.: :. > I I I II
I I '
Bond for ferrymen aud overseers :. I I I
were approved.Turpentine i I't
operators at Sharped t I I
I i I i.
Ferry and Mora Bluff were required : I
j I I .
to pay to the ferrymen at said places : GROCERY I 1 I
I : \ I Ii
fl.SOper i I
i'' I II
ThE property( assessed to the Tray- L

more Phosphate Company was reduced I I ; I i

f, from $1600 to $800. I 'I II
Ct1ull'trollt'rU" authorized to redeem I : I I II
I i : I ,
(lauds in section 1, township 15, I I ,I I"
I ". ,
t range 2!, ror $lut) embracing one hundred .I 'I i' : i '

aud siity acres. I I ; d ri
I i '';
Mr. J. K. Martin, of Electra, Has 'I

uotitied not to chip turpentine| boxesoutrresstauding I i We for -:
within fifteen feet a'I! I are Headquarters (. !I ;

of road. i I! I I i, I : I I I -!
any public I I I I II
Aj.1diratiousfor| fallowing parties tocarry I-0-- I I II' I I I I I !I +,, .I -e

next meeting firearms,wrrelaid vii: J.V.over. until Carlton the, I,

-- Wm. Ibll, ('. H. HollaiHA-orth, J. C. I GROCERIES HAY "I f i i ; II

mere.Whtvlrr C. A. Fort and C. A. i're.I I

\. '1'. K.: Taiteur, ttuuty treasurer, reMrt : .
i iI
I, | colltrtioiH ditl;.iraemeuts and i !I I GRAIN COW FEED Etc. i i i d

i b.l.ul'rll follows: i ij1 ,
!bad Fund. I L i iI
I I I I +
j1"t" last rt. ...$ 1.71tw'elht .
rrH> I I II
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. ...... ,. I I I'' I -.
+ : GS104 xS3.75( I : ------ u ------- : ; .
It i.tourtt'l'.......... ....... 6S3:9i : I I I I t i. I I
i !. ,' I
I I.It I a lit.t'.......... ... ..-},-) I II E ,I I :
: :
I t i !
"I County 1'roper. I- I ;' !! 57 Varieties Heinz's Pure Food Products 1 Ii : 4i

)\,1.\0 hit: rt'llClrt.| ..... ..I5Itw'ripts I I \ I I I I
I . ....... .3SSI.53) SS1.6S I! i I ,' !:
11ieuurrr,1............... .. SS1.59 : "; I 36 Varieties Royal Scarlet Canned Goods ** *< k< Best to be had I .
I I I II .
H..tu"'t' . .. A>9 67-- I :, 'I I I I I .I I 1 1 I -. .44
i I'ins and Forfeiture Fund.1lalaurr .- 4d
)Lt ap art. ... $ JI\} -

ltcot't'IItll ................... .K.bft ?9 !'IiIi Ce'j
i Disbursed . ,......... 2-9.47:: ..4
miance .......... .3:
'" ..14fl
K. P. Thagard reported collections -

; on account of poll taxes Jhe) and I
flO.Ji3 on account of licenses nr
i &
l Fines imposed by justices <>f the

J peace l,. Farmer reported as, JiU follows: : OUR PRICES ARE RIGHTWhen 1l

F E I The following justices reporteil no

;, lore rejMirted in their courts; J. W.

I.ylea, R t 8. Smith, XI. H. Iou! T. D.
KIHI, T. 1).Crawford, D. li.flrautham. .

r J. N. Hlrtrld., Alexander Wjnue, W. .

\\'.J iekllOn, 15. 10'. Iknichilkm, IIS.Kljortridjre tt

t H. W. Douglas, J. o. :
: Turulp+eed. I
The board thereupon" adjounml.H. I

1, I
Clerk. -- ---
A Raging Roaring Flood

Washe down a telegraph hue which ' C."htaudmg Hlis of Lisbon waist' ,deep la., had in icy to in town make our office your headquarters :C :C :C + r.

water," he writer, Ug \'t'lme a terrible
ee cold and cough. It grew worse' daily. 8
Finally the best doctors! in Oakland, Yours for more business -
A'eb.sioux City aud Omaha said I had
I consumption and could uot \live. Then
1 began uiiig Dr. King's :New Discovery ABE BROWN & BRO Proprietors,

and was wholly (cured by six f1
'1 bottles. Positively I guaranteed for YP-- t1 ,dl
coughs! colds and all throat and lung
troubles by Anti-Monopoly Drug j
tttore. Price ate. 5 -4


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