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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00513
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THE OCALA BANNER
Coupons issued on all cash paid in on subscriptions to Daii
or Weekly, advertising and job printing ac.cc..nts.

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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER. 18. iQo8.


MARION COUNTY FAIR

AN UNBOUNDED SUCCESS


Her Citizem Respond Nobly to the Call for Exhibits--The

Diqlay a Surprise Even to Our Own People---A Com-

Pte List of Exhibits and the Names of Exhibitors


Mis? A. A. Jones, Battenberg table
cover.
H. Jones, peck of peanuts, eight ears
corn. two chickens.
Mary Jones, five chickens (scrubs).
Mrs. Knight. one trio Buff Orping-
ton chickens.
Hugh Knight. one trio Partridge
Knig I&ang. fine display of bug-
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Cochin chickens.
C. H. Lloyd. two bags phosphate.
wood exhibit.


Mrs. S. R. Pyles,, potatoes, turnips, Y TA A A
collards, cabbage, mustard, beets, pin-YESTERDAY W A S


dars, velvet beans, hickory nuts. let-
tuce. Japanese cane. cow peas, oats,
smoked meat. chickens, guineas, on,
goose, walnuts, sugar cane, grapefruit.
oranges, preserves, variety of pickles,
may-pop jelly, unformentt-d grape,
juice, bottle wine, tomato catsup. syr-
up. preserves of several varieties.
bay mare colt.
Miss Ida Parker. on#. croch; tal)l,


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RED LETTER DAY


More Than Three Thousand Persons on the Fair ,m

Everybody Pleased.


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Mrs. C. H. Lloyd. embroidered I nuts.- .r n,. L t, .-If r , ,. .
sheets andl pillow cases. .J. C. Pillans. one dlozen bortl,- syr- r
Peter Loose, one bundle ribbon UP. -ie .,
onions, gua- cane, grten cane, one bt ale hay (natal James .1. Pyles. "Th nelia," a 1,,,i 1 ;.. r"il \ .t' I ** & '.* *
wine, sev- grass one bt undle natal grass, sugar tifutl black mare, two ears o(.i. F ,,r,- 'bfan .r ,,i '.i 1 ii. ,i ':, .: :*, '* ,* '* ie
natoes, six cane,. cassava, syrup, turnips, beets. i la raised, fine t1)00(ood. ,*\,,s' ,,u "h. i :i\ h, i- * f .' .. .
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,ans. ciish- Le(,ion Bay sweet potatoes. plant. Th.. ,t rh r -
ibagas. six .Josephinie Long. one pot Iplan. Mrs. 1.. M. Quartiman. one, hand- f' .
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k of fresh Mrs. LaRoche. one bottle ellderberry V. B. Roberts. si!zar ('1 n,. swer ;t.)o s,) \ ,.\ f.w p.r-n- a .* ,- ; '
ish. bunch wine. potato o and syrup. ,? 1 ,1,e11j d,.rit TO. 'L.; ;" i $ p,,- *, * ,
S. Lehman. four bottles sweet grape Mrs. B. I. Ricker. sev-n jars j, llvI 1 b y ), ::e -a , < -. "
wine, four bottles natural wine, ihas- different varieties, p.cain nits. 1,,ni- t
blackberry ket of apples, ons. mniandarine andt tan etrine, o- I," th, ir ,., s iI en r. me,' .' h.' r \ 4
Andrew LaBerth. one Hampshire anges. ,a nifi,.e ,. f he .xhbtin h ,,r .
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e,1 point sow --nd two pigs. K. Roberts. sw.-t potatoes and, su- Some % w-.re ., .'li.i,1-1.. * .
,J. M. Meffert. four barrels swe t.t gar cane, T lt .it Was ht, r ,al "h. ,I \ W.1 in '' I
nig wine,. potatoes, two barrels Irish potatoes. .1. H. Roach, pair white rabbits. r( fair h,illt ai:t a ta ',ar .,. ,, 4 .-
it ty pie'... -.ven bales peanutr hay. eight bales Andrew Scott, trio, chickens. Ystrd y th. h fair I -roun,, ..r. ,. ,, -, .,t I
,ions1. ,ra) grass hay. seventy-five bundllos R. S. Shortritge. Irish po)tatoe4s and frly a wh i ,, ,, .t ... ., .... .
Shaky. one oats. three mule colts, different ages. beans. t aftern,,n .% ,, a-.
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t,)ats. two, broo:i maroe, on< native stallion. .1. I.. Snith, rutab' agas, trtii,. rar,- t were in vit ,nc', in all rhe. t ,t t, ..
)IT. Marion Hdlw. Co.. four cultivators, ishes, cane antl cane syrup. pavillions anl at the stable at, i, I :.r r. ...,..
la s iok., fe,1 rtilizer distributorr. seed distributor, .J. Smoak. Barred PlymoIuthl Roc )(1 tle pens. H .. .. MI
con. larli. fields plows, reversible disc harrow, chickens, native mnilch cows wi.h LI Strangers were amazed with h,. .Jal n1 \lr I *. I
fodlr. 1 I-.2 foot mower, :-horse power gas calves, iy. q.anity antd ariev of rhb. ari i,*!- I .,. a
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,r of -ilus- ing.t0. i)u.!1'ie('f on exhibition ** & '5 "** =
cookingg McDowell ('Cate & I.uminlr Co.. one W. MI. Shockl, cai.n,., t-oim.,eis, ,. I. . ,
1 ., n) ,1I!, ,''4k ,'41104 to th ink it A I,* ,
in b)unIplo crart,, heads. rate traantes. 1I six heal c'i.l)ba e, -veet potil ato',.- !'\e 1 j,. ,, .. , 1 t I ,,', r I
;1. : ; so 1ial' *l iffert-n! it 1>111r
reen cane. ,empty crates. ,,ri',es h-ickepns. .*ibly have hletL i(') ( i. 1.1 '_4 tie 1 '
nese cane. I. P. Miller. four bales peavino lav. y i Mrs. Annie St iart. :P,-r...- nlick- .-n::' .':n, ar, ,,, ,l,,ts i>. ..l ,.i .r i h, .. VI,
,rs. chitfas. tw,, bales 1 .z .rw ,'el hay. one, sack Is and jelly. i ..,,,;,.. ;e,.i rh .iha .a'l rI,. ,. ,. n
shed feel. Lemon Bav poatoo., one mule colt. l Mrs. S. S Simmnions. tI'inc jii i, \. w I,,.ii T i... l 1|, 'h' RuAn haru. r'
Sbeans. H. B. Masters. eh, bundles wire Mr.. E. E. Schneck. one lm,- ,,i-,,, i,; 'e r, it ^ o :i s ha,. e ,-ia t.a1., l..0 0 r -
fencing. C. I.. Steel,,. Irish p)otatoe)s: anid .t l ",, e ,of .'hi ,r hi-i.im
-~~~~~~~~~~~11 .,;a,, ,., lolit,** '1'1ii~t:es or t ho exhiboitors "* *
turnips. Oliver 3,,n-tion. one bundle .Japan- scrub pigs. Y.-,.,r.,ay artrnoori s aittractiow e)t Th. .i.sr. ..r. n gie
e'se sugar cane, syrup). D. P Smith. box sweet; potatoes. ('0' ,, ir.r.l o1 the ra'e. The xh bit ,n ,)f rnI n ,k ,.w, e .-I l
squash. S. M. Middhkon. one box horseshoeos. .J. F. Sinon, i )ickl,,s, w,,er pa- rin. stai i)r4'sn,.,l arn antm,.,I 3tM oti nllIll0.| *e t -
Island cot- Sally Marshall. undersuit. aprons toes. 0,u.%A, ,,I hlt. i.. ,J I. S
"s en '. N ot only \%- st ', y 4, iita .'"':
)n, velvet and (ors-t, covers. .J. B. 8inionton, two mnarer colls, one %Ii',e but all the asis)..0 as well. and in , wh,.-'i i.,! -. ,,ri ,,,
)itelI meal. Mr. Michen, one sack sweet pota.- mule colt. ten .Jersey heifers, one .lJer- fa, wher.e,,r w,, ,',)I,1 t pin a t.il'a). Al St lliI.-
toes, sev bull.; -rh** MWO (-41 l~ l'
oes. sy bull. itr, and, th re w r i crowd along Th.* m,,,' r:tw. .451, r*..' t,
)zen ears A. .1. Mention. R. I. Red chickens. F. G. Sampson, five Jersey tco hes, th!n )th H. wr.t rhr.. iris. ,,r v,.i |
peach. pear and auiava preserves. S six Jersey heifers. Jersey calf anld ,fore, ;he rac-'s and all dltr)nt .. -' i |il l .*tni I Frank iArrsa t
irs corn. ears shelled corn, three quarts hick- Jersey bull. interval:s ,, ir alenlil n,.t., ,I :iti it hm h re,.r namue,
le broom ory nuts. one bushel shelled corn. J. D. Stillev. one horse colt; t ar f t pr ai
anuts, one Mrs. Jerry Mitchell, two pot plants. P. It. Schafer,. rio S. S Hambuh' g. ty al,prsiat-'t ,tliuii,,n,.r ,h.- Ir tr r
rses. hogs. Mclver & MacKay. handsome furni- chickens. A.\,.r'r, ;,a1,.at:n fe,.:t t Owrt ,e, da this rae'. was1 ,, 1. 1 ',&" i
mares and tire, siting room and< bedroom dis- Stanslardl limee Co.. agric ltural x.i. i that!1 h 4 : 11, I1.4' i '' b, [h1 'it ,iL (.l I |in.>I*.r.
play. lime, crlushetd limestone, rock li!(,..a, a d( b',,isiin,,ss h.,,.lis. l,)s..l, The racing ,riram coe t*elo
ted fern. J. D. McDuffv. two bushels corn on phosphate shells. frim ,. u ni til to-t' ,,1,'k ,l ,irl.'r .. ,t,na,',t m fy o .-r air .ar WIwo
cob. two bushels shelled corn, one C. A. Tremere, three game chic.k- .i,, i n I donaed by ir r. arM i
,I 1))rs. I bunch Japanese cane. two bushels ens. Th, tir ;t irr in the. ra,',, w I:.atnti-.. wre ln.li..n ttcnv-.
is. peanuts, two bushels goobers, two F. B. Turner, pointer dlogs. gyp anal i ,' f',r a I ri'. ian 'h.f ,f 4,4, 1,1 *.
lack biah- colts, one Duroc Jersey and one Perk- eight puppies, four months ol]I. ,,I $ a ,l a ble' ribon. Tht e.t 1 P r 'a fm P'> Ie. ., i arI, 1Iar.Il -
ornis ani shire boar. one mule colt. Poland-Chi- Walter Taylor one box hickory i .,r, Dr. (;,,rran,.i tRuss'l (;,,..r- iti,. I liIan lr>,,,. ,*-, wi
na sow. one stallion, nuts. .tiz, AIr-. D :isl y Th, ari s in r hi r^... .- ,h. wa, 11 aft i
cans. Miss Ruby Mitchell, drawn work G. D. Turner, one box ch-ufas. s; .- of -isling a, shown bv the.. bfor. .Sam P' .. wlnlant
'rsey Real and table cover. G. 0. Turner, sweet potatoes tilt-- ; .n ,,xe,,l ingly gl :i d houir,
Mrs. McLeod, one quilt, nips. wv"n nie'h alplau^. Mr. Beash.y won Ali 'h. i,,. hw. ,
-ts. bunch J. H. Mathews. one bundle guinea Mrs. Helen VanNess. one box ,or- fs i rize ani M r. R. Ger;urit rhe, r)n t,.,e. anl .,ill r. S.1 .
s. jar pre- grass, anges. I)', r'ibon. [ut if ir hail been hit,. a,.
)m. phos- Marion Farms, one stallion, one run- H. H. Whitworth. .Jersey cattle. D,L- ti h, ls,t anal esJ)..Cnp'ially ,1.. ilr' l,. <',nt T,.ut y i. n
n,! \Vyan- ning coach horse, six .Jersey h+'ifers, roc Jersey hogs, one dozen, one mare' :vmapu ;.r o,)ns. Jr" Rilss,.Il (;, ,,r,'rn)t *'^, u ir r rtita glhji ) rI
one Jersey bull. two calf bulls, colt, two pens chickens, R. I. Reds, ".ni's! have been aLl^ni). unantmus~v *I. t a mi,'-rn <;.di. A lb W-
1 lisplay .1. \V. Morrison, one-half dozen 23 ears corn. .av'ar'd(e, the first Imriz.' He sat ht. We', .hw i. lanrt cane. barrel corn in shuck, bushel Charles Williams, sweet potatoes, h;,r., .superblv graceful to t hi). who b |mlrt." ('r.,ua v
s, stallion, snellet, corn one dozen ears shucked cotton stalk, mule colt. hogs.,Th, wa" 'h., t ro,,ing ra, Thbe The. +.'|,rs,.ln ,If oPikIS am -
* C(hinas. corn. one bundle corn on stalk. Mrs. Wingo. three jars jelly. 'Cnprin'. w,,r,,- Tiny .ire. lB,.i.1,.y ,h ruanaDx0r o1f Fh- .4. *.i^. ro
R. C. Murray, two bead chains, one XVooanmar Nursery Co., collection o0 1aiv Lo,,. I. Gor,, T,),IiI+... [),,,k ,a^al .shtrl,! by all uat he the i
es. center piece, ornamental plants andl shrubbery in w, ,.-th. 1h, l irst heat wtas won hy for hol)llng t h r. tat fair
)rilta rais- M. J. Morrison, collection of pots, nursery trees in pots. sweet p, Ti P, ir^t. 11 the scoI h,.'t: ti Tr.re i. o ,ln h w,. 4 1
\rrrds. tatoes, bunch bananas, kohl-rabi. To cut )'ose R. T. Mut)roe,. ,trio White LI' ,horns. J. E Whalhy, bottle syrup, swee-t Tod- i le's. 1" T in ,nl i th *ii'.MA mt n td
,ird. 1 :11e'u-tIsix Blat(' ktati' .asu
,I hay. cu- six Black liorcas. t rio game ban- tatoes and chufas. ; The n(ext attraction olf the afte'rn.,r .& repre,.,.ntatrtv. n i h,. the r'-4
n hutl *In. rt tans. coop fan-tail pi.''ons. George \Viggs, peanluts. sweet pOi d- was the half-mil,' lash against t inn.' by (i t r 'he "'tr,... I ntl* .hilck h a |


Tb.e *ond dlay of Marion county's led cabbage, cucumbers, 01or
9 fair was an unprec.dented suc- va jelly, lard. butter. grape
a. Thousands of visitors were in en dozen eggs. canned tion
Mtmdanre. and no visitor was on the varieties preserves, home-ct
mOmds that did not praise the fair shoulders, sides, velvet be
aM the management. Mr. Allan aw, mu.-tard. cabbage, ruta
rm who has attended all the head collards, radishes. .
ftirs in Florida, was loud in his praise Irish potatoes, cassava. pec
W say that Marion county has cov- English peas. Boston sq',i
erd herself with glory. Mr. Rodgers of onions
oces the sentiment that was on the Elks Cl)ub. p)hOsl)hate.
of evervone. There was a F. \V. Ellison. grape and
indrt of enthusiasm animating the wine.
gnW s of on-lookers. It was the James Engesser. rgi-,
aely time in Ocala's history when ev- d(ogs.
ery Inch of room on the grand -tand Win. Edwards. scupperno
w occupied. and the gates had to be Emerson Home Schooi. f
died and the people turned away. of fancy work of all deserip
Tb following is a complete list of Edwards Bros.. on#. bale
te exhibits and the names of the ex-I bale oat s'raw. pigs. hogs,
ibitor F. W. Ellison. one mult c(
W. I Allen. Mclntosh. Irish pota- 13. I Frevyermuth. FloriI
tpe. hams, shoulders, sides It(
P. R Anderson. fancy domestic ar- corn, shelled andt in ;huck
%IC--. Fess-enlen Acaleiny. sC
Hower Agnew. 25 ears shucked pieces fancy work. a number)
COrl I trial articles, sam pIes of
Alfred Ayer. Holstein cows and model of the C('arneoio build
coop of chickens. \V. R. Fore. cane syrup,
H. P Bitting. fancy chickens, ribbon can,,. red cane. Japa
P. J. Barro. chickens. 11. A. F:iustt. oats. goobe
0]- Brown, chickens rough rice, bran. ri!t:. cru
W. B Bryan, corn with shuck on: (racked corn. ground velvet
strlated honey, and honey in comb. Joe Forn. one mnule colt.
Nrv Florence Benton. quilts and Lucy Glymp. jar pickles
asob ld dog pot plants.
Neptune Brown, peas. potatoes syr- Mrs. .1. M. Gaes, bonnet
u &ad oranges. George Giles, bale Sea I
Mary Braddock. quilt, ton. bale, moss. seed cottc
SC Bennett. ducks, rabbits, ruin- beans, htlls. meal. peck be
V& pigs. eMs. oranges.
J. C. Booer. milch goats. two colts. G. G. Gamble, one d
peaS., caan.
P. G Buhl. corn, shelled and in oar. .loshua Gist. two dozen e9
petatos. wine. turnips, onions, cab- Willim Gist. one bound
Oe,. jelly. etc. corn. on, bushel oats. pe;
Dve Ba ldwin, grapefruit, oranges, dozen ears corn. cows. hoi
pIatoes. sugar cane. mules, sheep. colts, brood
L, 0 Booher. six head cabbage. !stallions.
b md beets. radishes, mustard greens. Mrs. H. C. Gates. one potl
BItweohach & Co.. phosphates. .1. C. Gist, six squash.
Ella Black, quilt James Glymp. one bushe
M Beaurorard. okra. tomato plants. callard stalk, syrup, potatoes
T J Blarco. shelled corn, corn in 0. M. Gale three lambs, b)
wr. p4ms. pear jelly, syrup. Sea Is- ma chickens. White lEgh
hd eotm. sugar cane. Rhode Island Reds.
Alltk Bumby. heifer calf. A. R. Griffin. two jars po
H. P. Bitting. Columbia Wyandotte F. M. GranTham. two .it
cck ewn. White Rock pullets. pigs..
Mrs (*olt'orge Close. domestic arti- B. G. Galloway. r1,b I)lai
e1t. onions, jar pres-'r\ed l'ra!e


Mrs W H. Clark. crochet ma:s and
bi#-nrta I dredts and skirt (fifty years
SMI.
J K ('hristian. two boxes oranges.
W. J ('Cosby. grapefruit, one box
onmagr, two boxes' pineapple oranges.
8 K (Ivil, fine stallion.
W i. ("ogswell. plates, platters.
sflrfs. handmkerchiefs, etc.
( marida gras. sweet potatoes, can-
sd t
k Jarnt* Carrington. Japanese syrup.
"W 1. (ilbert. three varieties syrup.
'rtwcilla Codly. Pekin ducks.
J J Calhotun. Japanese cane syrmp.


servedT pears, banana bloc
phates. ('ochin ('hiias a
dottes.
Ilowar.! Acadm ny.. sc'hio.
and industrial articles..
J. C. howell. Aniora -oat.
saddle hliorse. Buff ('Cchin
bantams. R. 1. Reds.
E. T. el'venson. R. 1 R
.1. T. Hooks 2-y(ear old FN
ed colt.
John Heintz, thz. i Nat \ases
E I.. Hiow'll. b -...ar w ,,'
shaw. squash. \cl\ct beans i
shelle,l. oats. sweet and! Irish
green peas.
Mrs. E. I.. Howell. bdI ,


p,^oe..j Michael.~~I Tiree white rabbits. toes, peas. *6 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^^ i^^ ^
j:i o.: Jo ea '[ I II Al h'tt8 e1. I Tree white rabbits, toes, peas. .hoe, i-'alartn I, 'tin r" if )he' Lit ('ana C'al bire.a her-'
R. MN. Martin, one bull calf. box of V. H-. Willoughby, gallon Japanese ,lian r. id.n liv Jockv harles The' prxr.a. fr ', iN I- I
s,-,r ,,':t g rl't ruit. syrup, redi sugra cane. Xl., ., ,;,,,, ...... ..L.t... I lw .


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tem,,'d with the board his taking into
SESSISN- th. Jall sick convicts from the road
%-se. o-te-r's Icrce and his taking care of
road prlmoners during the coming holl-
r-I d*a^. The matter was satisfactorily
a adjured.
| {,Wnd of S. T. Sistrunk as clerk of
I t circuit court for $5000, with W. F.
E64T N!a IA 1., 18 ,slyatt and S R. Pyles as sureties, was
lo e" of 4 ,06,1 < 1 ,,, ,- o,-f ins-t approved.
S... ---),~ t,,, ,ft In Bond of John P Oalloway Sheriff,
-- **date at ;.was approved with the following sure-
k a y.. '. ,,' l,* Jo~" L tL i,..'s P H. Nug.nt. $1000: R. S. Hall.
B tklanm. .1 .xi Meh'* $lft*(, Edward Holder. $1000: F E.
N A t',"t 1 ut ( '" ul H darrris. $1000; Henry Gordon. $100'0.


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Total. $5000.
B,-ond of Joseph Bell, county judge,
a.e aplprov-d with the following sure-
tie.- R. L. Keating. $1000: Edward
fhld.it r. $1000. Total $2000.
IBIond iof Alfred Ayer, tax assessor.
for $10(, with T. T. Munrue and Z. (C
<'hamblihs suritieos, was approvtd.
lonid of J. H. Brinson, superintend-
nt of public instruction, for $1000,
\ it Ih '. A. Weathers and D. E. McIver
a- suretis. s, was approved.
B,,nd of J. W. Lyles as Justice of the
lat,. District No. 1, witb J. ('. Boozer
and S I f. lflit(ch as sureties, was al-

1'tt441 'f 4 R. V,-al as justice of tht.
,.a,'c. Ilistricet N,. 4. with John P.
P'ark.-r and J. S. Weathers as sureties,
wag approved.
B',nd1 o)f R. S. Shortridge as justice
of ith,. i.-ac.. District No. 16. with
S mi;,n .: an.d E. L. Wartmann as surt'.-
ti,- %. %as ; ,ppro ',d.
I,,"r.d (f Alexander WVynne as jus-
t.-- of the p.ace. District No. 19. with
,;, or'- E. Snow and Fred W. Hall as
-zur.ti.'s. w as apoprovtd.
I o4nIl ,,of (" C <'urry. as justice oif thhe
1. ait .-. District No. 24). with E. \V.
"!' ah.s a;t;d Thomas Cut iry. suretti-s.
wva.- a;ipjroved.
I:ind o)f i1, Leg'land Hopkins a, jus-
ti< of p,.ace. District Not. 21. with
4t M <;;ile. (;race A. Hopkins and J. J.
N, 1-ui is sur,-tis. alppl)rove'd.
It4Ti,, o)f J. 4). Turnlpseed as justice
Mt ti -. .t-'ae. District No. 22. with S. H.
,;aitskill and J. K. 'hri-tian as sure-
ti.--. as a roed.
I,-int of WVillianm M. ;;oher as justice
,of th,.e p.ace. District No). 21. xvith A. B.
Kibl,.r and R. H. Sanders as sur'ti,s.
was apilprtved.


Boitds fir license to carr y WVinches-
t,.r I ifl s \vt-eie approved and licenses
IzIa, ;-tl tb+he f Ill ,wing: I.. FP. Blalock.
R, tih,. tI H. -ddinig. 1). L.. Martsolf and
L.. I1" ,ont,.
)Bonds for license to carry pistols
%% r. alppreoved and licenses granttod th.
f,',.,wing: W. I. Polk, S. M. Burl-
s..N. W M. Tillis. XV. E. Tydings., R. R.
\\',orthii t,,n. I). L. Martoik. T. B.
Ruo'n. A "'utkiIl.
.App1lit-;.tiotn for pension by Z. A.
McC'lar,.n % \as al)'pproved.
FinTd of \W. A. MoorheadI as coutity
, -u..v'or. for $1000. with G. F. Wil-
llansiw '. H. Mathpws. David S. Vood-
ro,\\ andi J B. Martin as sure.ties, was
aport ,ved.
loi,1 ,f John M. Barksdale as no-
tary ;,ulie. with D. G. Watkins. (,-o.
ihhumuht and A. B. McQuenn as sture-
tie'. w\\as alpprove'd.
Bonid iof P. A. Ausley as justice of
thi,- pe'ci'. )istrict No. ;34. was apt-
icr.ilvvd.
The. following filed their btnils for
on-th ,.able and w'tert, approved by the
itard. Thurlow- Bishop. District Not.
1. \V P. Pulliam. I)istrict No. 2: S. J.
I illzari. Dlistriict No. S: H. P. (Griggs.
Di-tri't No. 1,: XW. C. ("redle. District
No. 17. G(e-o .M Richard. District No.
"- R. H Nichols. District No. 21:
W B. (Carman. District No. 22: S. C.
M. Thomas. District No. 24: J. L. Mil-
i.r. Il)istric-t Nit. 3t: L. C. Dodd. Dis-
trict No. 31.
Application of Henry(, Gordlon f,)r
1p irnit tt sell liquors, wines and bee'.
:n district Nu,. 24. uDunnellon., w'as read
and lwoing in l proper form, w'as ordered
file-d and the cl-rk directed to give
portolpe.r notice for the same.
(it, peresentation of bills by Justice
J W. .yh-Is on account of inquest over
httli-s killed in collision at S. S.
Junttion om Seaboard Air Line, R. R..
Chairman Eidwards appointed Commis-
siner -Mathlitws to wait on Justice
Lvl, s and the county attorney for fur-
th,.r information. After consulting
with the county attorney, his opinion
Was gi vetI as follows


I. m n lii-it01ed th. faril i4 lth.e IDec. S. 190`.
Ibi tme t I., I. ,,4.til f,,:|-,w: fer To the Han B,)ard of Countv C'm)mis-
lo s e_ th .ef N\ ,,x, 111', sitronel's. Ma-ritn &County, Fl4eridta.
W. e 6 t- thirt,-,-ti- invlatet's, foul.t Gentle ent:-n: Relativet, t o the t matt-r
w0 4*" li liltt t.1l I,4, *line,. Mr.. ,tf th. t h ills )f J. NV. Ly'ls, justice of
I u h.-I 1t,.inAn i;.. ,'llt to0 ht' the peace, acting ex ()fticio ct(roner in
i Mthe ftir ..l oI h, t,..itI, otf .N\t.vmn- tih, matt-r of investigating the deaths
b *tl nar.t' rVt lllla iIitt aou; t one0it ttf '. 1).D Smith. vt al.. vt bt'g to) re-
We" f.si>,ld li,.i tI, ., 1i,,4p her r.tla- Itt.rt as follt)ws-
t,'s d ,-fl I *ii t 'h.t rle's havtit-s.
*It and m1, 11ruoit. l~it-o .aa the y Our statutes provide that the c -oro-
e 4 N..o .vrnll ,lI h.i. t -,I',l ill tptil lit.-r, ifttr I ctm sid.'ring the circunm-
ohm^ of I. ..h h 14111-1 tI;Ita ttces attending the cause of the
Ma 0ht"1h oItF it v%%Iates lt i- -death, if ht- has good reason t(o believe
~__ t11,r,,,I,.hltnt r it hts mad. tll;th tht- death was caused by the
on" t. i it... oi t hatus mat-d ocritinal act and negligence tf an-
up 64 r0c ""01 1 ,46p e i, ll ',.!.% Iup t ap andltI zti l t th t
se anie%. It. 1 r,.fr.n, tduK about 10i0 ,thr, shall hold an inquest, that corn-
-L -> ri W I !;1iqti r h o .111, tir.,,1 'I ;.>rt i ... . .


taxes upon the payment of the face
value of the certificate and omitted
years taxes, at a valuation of $200
without interest.
Bond of Thos. E. Pasteur as treas-
urer was approved with the following
sureties: E. C. Smith. $5000: J. D.
Robertson. $5000: R. S. Hall, $5000:
J B. Martin. $3000: J. G( Baskin.
$3000; J. M. Meffert. $3000: E. P.
Rentz. $5000: T. T. Munroe. $3000; J.
C. Boozer, $3000; Z. C. Chambliss,
$300'1: F. W. Bishop. $3000; Geo. Pas-
teur. $3000. Total $4,.,000.
Mr. S. H ('authen asked for 40 rods
o(f fnciing or th,' \alit-$14.40-of
fene' on ro(ad from on lleview tip )k-
lawaha l. which r,-qust xvas grant,-d.
r' mmissiin.r Pyl-.s asked until the
next mteetingi to miak. rtpirt on righ-i
Of \%;iy of haid road from B'll'vie.w t,,
< 'aiid],.r.
Sup'-r'iitit'vidiit of hard roat rnadi"
rt-pli wt hiclih was read and filed.
()n l(otionl a warrant for $."50 ws
ordt.reti drawn in favor of \W. M. Itu-
('iuso, tv..'-seer o)f han 'r io,tdI -. for Use
on roads.
ILtt,-r by the prt.sid-nt mIti s '-rt'-tary
of tlie P-lrida Stat- M1idwinte-r Fair
Asso'vi;atii ) f Tamnpa, Fla.. xwas read
aind laid o\.r until the lext regular
meeting.
R.' mit to run pill-. for t.t-l,.ph-,n lint. )1m
Lo.i, *I! and Reddick road xwas granted.
liro,,iletd thel p il,'s ar,' set tiftt,.n f,.'t
fio:,- ii. (c iitir of th road.
(',)om ission.r Py!,.- r,.ad qu:,tatiin
W., 1,46.1" lo s( -r ,'j s om dra -'. froni P -ach
("4, <'. Tht. m ;;tt4,r w.is 1:0d o rtill
the Janu:tr\ n..cting.
t, rdt adjoullrif! at ,\al ; a. i. too
vi-it th poor farin.
Th,. ,oardI r. -c', vn.td at 2 p. 111.
W-,i,.-d;ay. ['-c. D .
The p,.-,itio4n of .aJatm 's 4;al!)r oith of
Spatr tfor t.i- ro d mt pti, n .t 1 I,-'' sectit n 14. t,\ nishij, 1.2. r,aing,.. 2". \\ li
allow ,d l I1il.-r t1e. rulf e .
I ) n o1 n 'lit A .' c'l-'k '.4'.s oi ,dt-r#,-l to
adlv.,rti->, f)r soal-,d hill, f,"r ti:. s; ).- ,f
the poor fiairm w hi e 1 ,;.i-is4s of li,1
acr S and ilill,'OV-,e 'f-is. rlslt to r.-
j 'ct ;aly artd all bids t- To !' rF-. ,.K.
Thi.N Marion i',,unty l"F:iir" \Asociation


:ap, '-: t'redl a ntd ta sk.-. I an i'till 1,4)ppi:lt ifIII
tif Vow.ii' Thet, ;att-r \\ ;iS e,-;-:


and thi,.- app)lriattion wtas ret'us-el.
T"Fat i t er- t a op : ,,ard., a iiI ;It i -',l -'k, d r-
mn it t, t 'iitIsf, bal ',e ,>I .' ,,,i;, l rad
fulld t4 ) 'o1 i :'iid. ; t ; it was
granted.
IBo.rd tlhere.upon t-adlj(o::a'm;ed,1 to itie-r-t
at i- it o)'clck T hiursdayi'ivu '.'m-it-in .
I'hllursd1 a-S l a,.' >.lta ..r ,i. I' .1t'
T}1'- l-b~ta u nn t .at e-i.glt a. ;n. 'tn'hum--

N .%.. .',it.
a.\~ pi u: t t t 1 a jo eit !i fnle -t. I 'r)-s-
'tit ien. 1 d it L. i-h 1 1ntl.- -ha

N. A. Pt'.
A cotmmuni.atitn fro'E tr1-. I. -M.I1-
Waikie., ft-errynin.m. relattiv,, !I-, ; !,! -it
-it ( lt-.hallivill+ \v\a- re.-al iaui t,,l nto-
tion, tl,. mn atter \\:ts 1",'-f I!-,. I t,' ',o) l-
111 is- it11I I*ie F q Ort %\ i t I" Ii t : *o .-r 1' > 1 ;sI,- I .
1',,:) Tnuni,'-ati,,n l )v th. ; 1;" f etitIIi!iIt
C'o.. 4,f Atatatl c i'r-k is Instru tedt, t, stalin-t thlit 't w.VW.r, no, t in ?e'Iti ,f
an 'y tif their sul1p)lii-s :,t ]re'--.rnt.
lt -1eport If !-'. S. I. ciu- s ti e i st I f
'on-victs oin iatd xork re i and til,.d
for inft trn;ation oi f intit- ilntt beenrtrd.
()I m,,tion) it was ,,r,iere.!',. thatt th,.
cl.-rk td\-erti:;-, fior e .,.led! lids fr hi.-
lctasill,- of ii! t l tl i,'ts <. X ',ex t ti't r,-
serv'e- o)f as Ilit.V ('oI e,' fr'.i,) tilh
courts. This r',esr-ite of "2,' tit ht. kept
for the ,',, stru 'tion : d1 t, tiliten1)n ,ct
,tf h1a'I )'rd roatt tht'rtiagroultt ti-' c'ii ni y.
The Ul|oaid, to ers,"\-e, t 'ri'_it t, re-
fuse alty or t1 I bids. T', 0. 1 4ids t) In-,
)peTtinetd at 12 eo'cloc k Mendatey. Janutarv
4. 194o9.
!t was o d',,,,ed1 tii t th,' ,I,-rt ,1vrr-
tis. f,)r s,,al,,dt t)i1s f,,r o, :td ,\e,.rx ,,rs ,t r
f(Or I;*',9 I wI iti; r%\l' ], to r,.j .ct t Y!i ll d
alP hid-s.
TIl, tax colle t, ,I I It,,, Z I i. r t ,o"f
iii! t x .s a ndt lic,.Is,. ,..1i,, t, !' r,, ile.
past m trnth as l'Ol,,.'x i lI t, -x. e-
ceived. $127, ii,,. -n '- c, i\ed, for
coU'tVy. $6rti...-'.
The te,,I,\\ite .). jl' -li't's ,*+ thi ) petec
tiled their r,'.,iort'- s ,,\\ile t no)it l, usitness
for the. inntli ,t"f N,,.,ite! r: Z. A..
McClarn. T I.. Johlnsn. \V W J.,,wk-
still. AlexandieI.' W\Vy e, -. M. M. PltIto .ol.
E'. S. Smith. H.. \V. l)o4,);lass ('.
I glasss and <, R. Veal.
Th, fo' llo in justice s ',f the p-;t.'-
rt'epol(rt'd Iineol ant costs i'nose.dcl di'r-
ing the mintith )f Novemb.-r as f,)l-
lows: .1. (). Turnipst-te., tine-s. $1S:
tsts. $44.2S: (Io. M. Richard. fioes.
$2": co.ts. $6.;5: J. WV. Lyles. tins.
$67.7fl. c,,sts. $3:2.17; Jtost-eph Bell. eomn-
ty jud-g.', tines, $62.'): costs. $443.94.
Tile' county tretasutrir filed his r'elport
showing the rece ipts at-ll disbut-rs.-
in nts. including balanced ttn hand the
last otf tImoth as follows:
Road Fund
Received . . . . . . . .... $4.5)9 72
Disbursed ...... ...... 4199 21
Balance $ "99 51
County Proper Fund


OURFI UTfal irSA r.Io pl'IS
tn Mr. and tgMr*. CArth'r Obb b


VnimTa rn -rlTHE MARION COUN-


EWES IW ~m5%FVWNW=~nwedeLE"
TV FAIR We are compelled to acknowledge r
al has certainly been crowded that the future of the democratic re
Ocala has certainly been crowded It fy mis Iol Lidn at brigh tous#QI
,party does not look as bright to us as ness of Miss lois Liddon. at tb M .
with visitors this week, and every- to others.ropol.
withIt oisiorsrsi
body has expressed themselves as For the third time we have had a'I Thj , xcuriions from Higbh Springs
perfectly delighted with our county our standard bearer one of the ablest and Lak.land brought big cruw.it to
fair. as it has been a great revelation and most popular men this country. O(ila yls.-.trdia>y
to many of 'the people in Marion coun- has ver produced. There wer- no dar H''r rund b -
ty, as well as to many from outside mistakes made in the conduct of his N E rr i.
a f ,'w ,a 19 0,) rrf ni a ,4h ,)rr t i V i,
cOUltie campaign. We had from the hoir #f f Savannah.
Among the visitors that we noted in 11hi nomination the best of the ;:,r- --
w w. yesterday were the following: Ni..nre and the host )latform. W hal pWebstr f <* 1
I'h,).,.l~ha: ( 4')nl~paIIV of ,;alae,.1+:!. ,

-"' and(l Mrs. Johnson and Miss John- every facility o "f b les *.ninatin. andi in h I haity,o a -hor' vi.it
son and Mr. Ham Dobbins of Altoo- I getting his arlmn .airarely and s --
na, Mr. P.. A. Alfred of Port Inglis, Mr.I 'r h l n, i.s 'arri liphan .lndn< la
S. A. Rawls of Jacksonville, Mr. B. K. fairly before the opl d stillay t
Thro ( !fe-W .iv a l le-r. tht '.- ii i o
Thrower of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. we lo)s...'it' .\n.l.rsn
E. I. And-rson. Mr. andi Mrs. Robert The ioing of th li, rvatest t!,#fd -.
Sanlers. i)r. .J. G. Baskin and Mr. ihe gr<.atest ntiumnl r is iril\ a IteI T h-. N ,.w Y,,rk n..W-pa ,,r w tr.' t,.
John Gaqnml)l, of D)unnellon, Mr. M. tit'ul sontimOnt. h)it it is no matciifh fo)r n. )w pr'sidl'n' Rs<^ ,1r i ,h..
L. Payne of Fairfleldl, Mr. and Mr-. I.. Th,- ilsatiato gt'ti, for nlon,'y ;h lilatv hont 11,;i in ji, i' lif.
K. Edwards of Irvine, Mr. E. S. I p- l dominiis an- l made(1,Il thhe grat lina-


ham of South Lake Weir, Mr. Eddie
B. Richardson of Homosassa, Mrs,. D.
S. WVoodrow and daughter of Wood-
mar. Mr. J. M. Bryan and Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Pillans of Terrell. Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Weathers of York. Mr. W. W.
Carlton of Rockwell, Mr. W. A. Calli-
son of Gainesville, Mr. E. 0. Cordlry
of Lynne, Mr. J K. Christian of Mc-
Intosh. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Martin of
Rock Springs. Mr. George "'urner of
(;ait-.r. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Monroe
of Anthony, Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaugh-
tr of l,(,v--n. Mr. Dixon Irvine of Or-
ange Lal,(e. Mr. Andrew Tiurnmr of
Lake Sixteen. Mr. Allan Rouegors of
lJacksonvilie. Mr. M.. J. Timmons of
Citra. Mr. E. S. Grace of Inverness.
M.'. A. R. Griffin anld M.iss Ossie Grif-
fin of AiAthony. .i(udgo L.. L. Hopkins.
Mr. C. A. Treonere andti Mrs. D. A. Bo-
gar o)f Bellevi-w and a great many
others.

TOM WATSON ON LIVINGSTON

X\,' juiil:o from reading his n. ws-
j )apt':- 1t Toni Watson ,otn't like,
(Con'-''esnt I1 Lon Living+'ii tonI. tIo
sa y- :
"', .i Jffersonian doesn't 1 ,ven
,n)', .Jinm Woodwar1 by)v sight, anl in
'I,-. -natter, has no ax to grind, but it
,ixi', hesitate to say that he has 1er-nI
ttI) I* "-J,-,i with extreme, lunTeXaTlmpleid

\ai!ta knew exactly wliat his
w a. ness was when the )rimary ace.
w"s Mon. The moral elenniiin should
ha y'v asserted itself then. Every-
body i, new that Woodward had bei)en
-adv, ise,! througoit the coiuntirv he-
ai'. ,f a public jag while he was
miy v )r of Atlanta years ago.
"'',it it was conceded that he hadl
,e(nI a good mayor, and it was llier-
for. ; thought, when he was chosen at
the I)primary, that Atlanta wanted
him a-ain. in spite of his one failing.
"V'e think the'.it when he fell by the


nr ny,h %I '-f W. ff. If,.nry o Ut ko


J .( ) 'I V 0) 1 1 1' I)'[- 1 1 j ,* , ,a -a..-.
WVhen t rut ht rre n.-lr i4)t '.ni alitv W ,eir w1,.rI ae1mon rho,. ,ho ',m.,m tip
of the tariff. our wn |)\V ;ieit', r : e y.sra Iv ,,, t ,iav- our ftar a sher '. % 4!'
to pay mor t'for a produ,('lt ian l .r the O-
sameI ',hing s soll inon Cf i lln c Ini'ries. Mrs J. ;. L..'1 o)"f I V mrart ha
they -gree w ith us thai it is ron ,,ryi .ji.-t t'e u .,' i, )> .- 'f:', i-o htr )ld, hh.nam
but calmly say, "'Yes. h)ut if we hal i in South C (arolina. wh,-re h'- hadl ,wn
the power w-'(d rob. m,)o." spendli-Lning -,.v ral w,.eks with r'la'iv,
Men in the samne (commimnity an,
state and socially the best of frienls. Mr. AV. A. Ro- ,,ling of .Jac(k .m fville
will finil their int(-',sr widely dliver- i1 in 11 ,' .i-yv on a %isit rohi. m ,,,hr.
gent. The one owning -rock in an Mrs. .. Rtlline. having corn" wn
iron mine or steel p)latit, nmiight like to l.<'iall to T -- the- fair
hav'e protection. )but what of the ,one M n r. Marlowe of Iakoan.l.
who is daily taxed and forced to) pay i master fr .,thAtlanti oast
for t:,ibi protection? ",in+ R i,^ a. was in th, ci,- .,-,.r
for T 145 pro eel i~a Li no Rail 'av3. was In 1 hs-cii v '. -i.te
There is a well known lego-medlcal
phrase. "Similia similihii curant)ir." d
No living h tein .- has ,ever r-ally T l h lend
known what this ne an-s, buir jus-t Ti t t .- .n
guessing at it anl hit:ing it. in thih )on \', dn+,selay night. and the R.., Mn
l)laces, we have an idea that i'lt jtistI lt iiht to ).rt h ir
Ii zat ion.
mean that LIKE CURES LIKE. So ai n
straight-way the one n,'ig-bar ;,st o )
Mr.the other "Give me prote Sag of LakIan is h gi.st
the other anGive me pntei on o r of hotr son. Mr. -. K Sa. d l fami!.
WVOOL ani I'll help youi on your cot-,
" .... -..= 1 ;-- t );I 'I ft J-, i A t '


ton!"
Thus it goeo in from year to year
andl the protection gathers momentumn
as it Hoe.
ft wvs one of the elder Vanl,,rbilt.i
who first gave utteranc, to the
fa:,oIs aphorism. "THE PEOPII.E BE
I)DAMNED.'" But ho hit it rizhr
-;qiare in ih+ face.
S' while \v- nwlay have o),isit meol
M to0,' 1 'C);- tilan ulslal in eTIiph)asiz-
il!z pis i)o>s"i'V we wanr sayv
a^. llin th;tl i f not tht ,! .. ''.o.)-,
Who cotitrol l h ro n'a.s.. ri ''. "A: it a
protective, tariff. anld tlw', \w'Il h:tv
it jk,!s as ill" t as 0a corrupfll)i im'lflni
will 1I"" it --.lack.sonvillt, Floridliai.

PIERPONT MORGAN'S LUNCH


.lJohri I). Rockerf'll.er's "e, at 1;:lil "
atlvic' has ;))(411ol, thi ,,vi.,s :f th,
olnli o iTn what tah" l igf lfn i h fin:ne,
conIsume in the way of l lch. rhe


mas holidlays.

The Mossrs. Smoak. aft...r a ihorT
htii pleasant vkisi in Ocala with their
cousins,. Mr. J.JL. Smoiak anA f~lly
havoe roturned to thvir h4)ni#e in Swt'ib
C'arolina.

Mrs. IHubert fBitting an-j baby 'CAMP
home f'tr.a rom ia ,ii,40to h.'r Do-
torents i n (it ri is lE-f) 11rl f V 1--H.' r ~ e.






it ill .Ja' k --, 1 A~ h ,. -~r

C.0t111, horn-~': t e




(7 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~-- a er n .* n ho


wayvsilde, a:ftoer his nomination, the fact that elicacie. of h se.sotI s i ,,
t'fe,-ositvx with which he was assailed, f sr ta! xi'h French tac, art Mr a .! -,-Har -. ;,r r
was nmos u-ft-Christian. We believe ,-r Ni to the ,lovttNn t1 ill,) t .,.. -. r, '-.r Ir'l t r t i.
served to. the, (d vi-ntown m lin ie.,
that Atl]nta.t is entitled to a sober i- o' n h, ,- i M- ,
a't noon came as a shock to) S(eA. ; ,,
tav, r,--; -7t city which keeps Len t. 'r, '"Tio ? 4 1 ^i'.e lp > a 'r
city whih kelS l.n .1. Piorplont Morgan. for xamT)Ile rahr,. a. hr
l.iviiitston in congress makes itself nIe r eat,. o rui.,i r-t ,rnt. *r h.tr
never even goeS o t tto launch, prefe,'- i, ,
ridiculous, w;hen it goes Into spasms ring as h eos to 'at lightly,- ur t. r'
of iti'.ign:rilm over the one sspree and qt tl-. B a a .
tenderloiii scqpade of Jim Wood- n B M y 1 M lorgan'- tast
,iward. not onfine to the bowl of milk and Th,, p.lt-i ,- ,h ,. n,'.. ,,
crackers ljieI of the Staldat Oi ()l g,)M# '1'11t10.-it htuai1-lis .t
"- !ypocrites!" If "the moral m!t- l e,' -: St..,i tr- 1.t' ll l-
mon. of Atlanta"! demands sao high a sI "a ha ) t *ifcr
s!tS atltial! t~lill-s. < s ,; '' r) .lt sll 0.l
standlari, (o its )ubtlic servants, whv t l has a rixe ,inin ,,e i,,., stri'jr,. r, il i l AtI fi t
,lidln't v iou v(,te for a geintletman like aaii' 'l i a I t t. an,, t.tn.- .1 il '1
Til) nil his !a',ikiilL; hi),ise at Ip,', l and c -,, i ,,
.Jlam(es I,. Mayson,--our own fellow- \Vin a,, lan It st- i t - l ___en
.\\al! 'l t an,!; h0,] j^ +,s ttir.', w ith
citizoen.--insteadl of giving your supl- his art,,'s t 1 i'i ) -k ith h' -
)a(,r1t tO Suiwt a vile oldI thing as .Loit at il ti e t t .
L.ivina ston?" 10 1on. T ,-\ .i; :lr,)u1ilI aim;l" t;i!)l, w.< cn i. .te ,f ^ nr v.te .. |, .
an d duliring th, :;, 1 lis vi-s th Judtge i il!,',.k ,ti ,,-.. :t li0. if ,

ROOSEVELT AND PULITZER e'nt.I (a" til ,lay Itt 'hl'- wy ire e ,ighi n fnti h- i pr-t4*r,,ninortI T
time is wa.tel ftrfom l):-i -t 1 i ,I.- w t-as Ipratmpt pa t ),,, tv MIr I -
Mr. Joseph Pulitzer, editor of thle .tstions etf tlt- f r*ml's ierm iilt.',' ar 't Ti. I ..
New York World. says hei' retofus-'s to mate'ri:ly ssiste.l.
be b ull-tlozcd la)' Presidlent Roosevelt, M r. M or:,an tr e,,tIenr y a ak. s a T ei ,,, .;r,.l!.,- i. of *h. li rr
and that the New York World will sui-ll ci) (i of botillm tir-t. a cliu ; :..Pi,>; .,,.. h . ,,.t 8r .n ra
not be llmuZzled. He says that the )r ) )ii .,, of -teak. a ln alwtCays aI p,'.'t iu'... '- 1 ',,ta ,,I,,, .r ..1 I .,
prk siel-'nt has attempted to intimni late ,)f l i'. Th l iie habit hle acquiredt |ark,. r ec(.i%..,i ; ;'e,,t1 ,ati hat
and coerce judges and courts, anl has front ii. N, -w England anes''tors. To .I,, T.afr reei%,.,l 4, l o ',,, t,,,
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HELVENSTON, & PASTEUR'S
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P. V. Leavenjgca1. Sum,,

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3' :i i t.i pro)mi tse',i catl,. anotllher horses.
i tl !).-.; '1t10't h"I- hoizs s-ome chickens. turkeys.'
;,.afowl" t an(d any t nunher prom-
icii agricultural and horticulTural
'" \ T pirotlicTs. and the result is t hey have
Ia-stl TI 4"aL!. for the opening iav niore pirolucts,
l)iK<. ht)i , 11than ht,'v have convenientt room for.
fle110 ote' \While the fair officials were making l
a t' camhas of the county they were not
) ,l \ t l'he fair ,rounds., but saw anit
That hamnunr were kept busy there from
%wiji gtihiiia. y. i: was determined to have the;I
i. T f...., air 1 .n'. ,ii ,his blessedl moment
'il .1 11 .,1 ,, ^The ,'xhibiTs are going to he a rev-
laAim There is a collection of as
ill, til hit'r-'- ,cows, hogs and fowls as
; ,e ha?, l: exhibited at few fairs. The
Iu h.k-t,, exthibit lis particularly fine.
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"an"ti lrt tine roosters crow so lustily I
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* i'.tt ev r' p d;ht-iii. \VW know this
~w ~'ill le- ;i i. l\ .iiany, b t -il
e [i t" .'.t1 I- l Browardi hasl been
l 't. 11' I-opi; t ,and iit will be' a
long iii i iwtore anot h-''r like himI
wxil occupy hg- ttiul)trtorial chaii-I
Manatee.' Re4A *1.Ye" goilf- and little
l:shs -'r :op o Floridaa will
los- h' lesr -, over-nor trhat oer serve
ed I tleml ", Do- sn't. thai ja. you? The
e'0op'nc P14 lrida 1illcerelyv pray, how-1
t- r x-rHa: ti e ilt R.od i I'Yt` o 'ecL When
;T says ,i:. will be. a long tin il l)efore
another like ht, ni' ill oCCih liV ie gib-
"rmnatorial chair."
Quolting tie Manat. Rte) on dI's a li-l
cle. th"e Pensacola .lJouri al t" lonirte iis
upon i as follows:
Aind this is l il tS iipleh jar iy h Tol
alout :h' z)v-i-ernor .o Flor)ida and tol
p plain. -rrai-,h'torw T ,a:-,! la ;;i e.
vnich w i may all bindtierstand.l
No nan of brains. force an. chaiiac-
ier can hold the position of i ei' ox-
'ecut ive of any state in the I niou with-
out making many enemies. l.overn-
or Broward has merely paid that inev-
itable price in his earnest and honest
effort to do his full diuityto tthe peo-
ptle of Florila. He has done Umot'e.
He has taken the initiative in the larw-
uts task ever assumed by any govern-
or of our state in seeking to secutir
*the drainage of the great Everglales
area and bring it unler cultivation aa-;
a peculiarly rich hodty of land that
evouli adod annual millions to theo-
wealth of Florida. And he is in a fair!
way to succeed in his large enterprise.
An ordinary tian would have been
"horned off" by adv erse crit icism long,
ago. but as Browarit knows his own
wmind anid has haclbonae as well as
brains, he has stuck l ti) hi, pulrpl).i'.
anl the. Everg!adhs,. at re beina sl),vly
b)It ,sutely" rede' iir', d !',
filt d, t 'erves all tis,' ('tr,,iit. inii |,os-
terity will giC' it to hill .\s 'fo 1r ,' ,i
rMe!, n ,o a (iiis'rafio n itT F 'lor 10d,i .


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Failed to Cure-Doctor Thought
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CUTICU'A PROVE I1T3
WONDERKIL EFFICACY

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.. ._,'ir t r-,' ,':Iv.,- 'on ', I w '- ratI .
I- .i'a r,'1r'! i i>; 1, i v r ^*^ r ,lk i. In
t. .. 1,. halt ;\i at rat k .'t pil,.es
(i,:.r; ,, ,,; 1 ,. t)l4eling and protruding.
', .'1 I',),, Zr Taven mt, iome inedieine arnd
an (int;ni't f,.r them whi',h hl[,-pt. me
sorn, Iut I had to klp i) -sing thom all
the ntre. Then I changed to the P-
remedy; bult if I did ntt use it every
day, I would get w,)or-. The doctor
said the only help for mo was to go to
a hospital and be operated on. At
this time. about a vear ago, I went to
using the S-- remedits.. I trio(ed them
for four or five months but did not get
much help for my piles. During this
tintme sores would come on a fleshy part
of mv body. They bothered me all
the rime. I would get one healed and
an( otherr would come. "rvfse sores
changed to eczema, accompanied by
a terrible itching. It seemed as if I
could not keep my hands from tearing
my flesh. This and the pile trouble
brought on an inflamed condition.
Then I got the Cuticura tiemniedies. I
washed the affected parts with Cuticura
Soap and warm water in the morning,
at noon, and at night, then used Cuti-
cura Ointment on the irritated sur-
faces and injected a quantity of Cuti-
cura Ointment with a Cuticura Sup-
pository Syringe. I also took Cuti-
ctira Resolvent Pills. three times a day.
It t,,ok a month )f this treatment to
get me i n i fa"'. healthy state and
thoren I treated mn-y.-,''' rfoce a day for three
rn'rbhs an'i. ,i ,it,, ,ln4,-e o)r twice a
... , . ..4. 4.. I?_ u s lC t i -
cura. The1 treat 'nnts I had tried took a
lot of moiev t hat I would have saved by
using Ciiticura lh'medies sooner, but
I am wiser now. I am -upplied with
a full set of the Cut icura Remedies and
would not fet4 safo without them.
J. H. Hendr-;(on, Hopkinton. St. Law-
rence Co., N. Y., Apr. *26, 1907."
Comph lete t-,t',r-.l and Internal Treatment for
Everv lium( r- I r T': -. Children, and Adults con-
Sgtis ".), t',r '4-4i (:.'7' ) to ('!eanfwe the 5kin.
Oii'n Oini <"i _-70. ;rt to i.'il the' Skin. and
Cutic ira Re-4)i vent, -)i. ). i.,')r in the frm f C('hoecolate
c(iated 'ills i :' p,,r vta i )t* ;) to) P'urify the Bihox :;
&W3' the ('cuticura SUix>.ii'i)-ry Syrine (35e.). Sold
throughout the world Potter Drug Chem.Corp..
bole Props.. Uos tnm. Masw
'-HMaided Free. CuUcura Book on Skin Daeuem


TO THE YOUNG MEN TEACHERS
OF MARION COUNTY

The I 'niveri!.y v h- S'ai.t ,) Hlr-
ida will provide )-o)lfis ip tric'kLman
Hall without charge .) atny jv .' I 'ah
er-s who protl)s+ o aa'nolt he oi('1ini
nieeting o)f ,h'i l ori.l ,,tarin inal
Associations in (:ite-,'.-vill1., l) 4, ..T. r
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Gents


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Slippers in Felt and Leather Goods, Boudoirs, Operas,

Juliettes, Prince Alberts, Etc. There is nothing

better for a Christmas Gift.


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We are now better prepared to serve our customers, J in thi

line than ever before.


See our Strap and Buckle Pumps, also high cuts in Blaci

and Tan, Button or Lace.,


Widths and shapes to fit every foot. Store open till 8:3

p. m. until Christmas.


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SHOE DEPARTMENT


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OCALi ICE & PACKING COMPANY


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SVEMBER


We will be ready to store and cure meat, and

are prepar..d. and fully equipped to handle all

meat of...d us. We are better equipped and

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MARION HARDWARE CO.


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FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY


You are ALWAYS WELCOME t


The Corner Drug Store

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out of every toy and doll in our sTore this year.


Our in1k oi KID BODY DOLLS is the best selected one in Ocala.


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body dolls that can last from one year to the other. Our prices are very low co

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S' '' K-d Body Doil for 2-c. to $1.74: Joint-


rg tne Latest Teddy Bear Dolts.
1,:r. Wood T n and Rubber Toys -3cde


.-u~ E7' STRICYCLES for 74r-. to 3.
9 h..~ o ctc. Oth-e'- Mus-ca Tcys.
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M)g~c Lanterns. Pianos. Baby Carriages. Mechanic. Trains and F.
t"' a -ao'e. and at the very lowest prices.
We i'ave so many things, suc- as Stoves. Work Bcxes. Tocc. C-'es-s
ever so M'nay other things th-at we must beg you to cal .-nd I'ck.
C'u'" ,re of To;'et Art;cles in fancy cs'2s w.iI acpeai to re 2 ."
'Ac b ae a nce ine of g:ods. and 't popuiLa prices.
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RUSH FOR YULETIDE TREES


D3ewmand f,3r Ciiristmas Decczwatiovns is
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J. E. S7' EVENE J. K. EUBANKS
CRYSTAL FISH & OYSTER CO.

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IIvt , Ii- livo r an~Ttt e .:~l ia' adrt 8~ ~ 1 i llt I .. with
besti rr :;"1l w':u ar4' in t(,t(>h with T T is a usual thing as the Holidays approach to make assertion that
s.li-ritir 1( ))I ll. ,'' '.n-. 11. n or,. h' n :,-r itt, 2 t i rof r,'.s, |e Holidays to m akie
'fre'e san ii, atmall .'ill iiiI"I.-I l ii the stock "'we are nowl carrying is the largest in the history of our busi-
1- 14-, whai a spit-!,.(iid r ,i(il-l in it ,i' l~ i r~ls
m it- Ie;iry atniattoin. 0 ness," but stale as the saying may be, this is the only one that will exactly
If, t ;:, s lwth wil ,dieOT, it s (-nlel r-i
CHRIST OF THEANDES fi i' r i t our case this season. We have selected this years line more with a
^HMI&I uf int. AN~t~b i.;i..i lirau>u alwl money to the wise ^ii fr
Tri of 'o''gtn l 01 ni iuatchless re- view to quality than ever beore as we nd that our pa
i< i si.- ii -urli't is r) h ill wetlalth and best thece is to b had. Here you will find anything line
powe T'r wil andi' for it among tha other t ewcr
an Wai fa clfii fo,,m. whhn o.hr pi- st t ta y he that you may think of for a present for the loved ones. t i
San.i well-ni-aniing father:. frown-s ta' ta t, ,,'' ,i thalt t he -
upons all draima ahndt Thal, r-goinzo. sur. y/h t- ))Iet tt ir
oan h aion from the hwr renowr'sourcer-. h
That wealth h iiakli )powtr was
nevr more truly xplie than inCWATCHES, CLOKS, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, COT GLASS, ETC.
no Ihi,,tory of ihe wsenandi norh-
western --ate's. ill
\\',l'in they w,.re Io)or ill devel-
ope resources h,.o wtre ,'loer it FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR A HOLIDAY GIFT:
the e+xe With the ,1evlopl:ent of their vast
Inattural resouirc(s camio a great in Bracelets Lockets Hat Pins
Hflux of peop)l'. a growth in wealth W atch Fobs Brooches Cuff Buttons
land the assunipiion of Aieir right ful
,places as ioliical l actor's. I Bet Buckle Necklace Fountain Pen
I Increase- th,' 1 i, '.-iolitnit of their
,H-,. fill uile t <- anl s with money Seal Ring Band Ring W watch
belongings th, Oe poieo suh
alloltlitl, l8':hlc' Ot Tl, l SOht,, ,ot hin Thimble Stick Pin
I:t(11 1:11 !on l po jv-r. vill T'ukit cars of
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IES OF THE WAR OF SECESSION;


end; our naps were soon to be broken.
Rosser Attacks the Enemy
At 5 o'clock in the morning Rosser,


nv, 'r on the righl. r


3's Great Cattle Raid A Twenty-Five Hundred

Eceves Captured in the Nick of Time.


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4iw tl i, : ,.ii i .tl,' 5 o, ,ai- ,el? !I e(
T rlin ; h., \ .l : I\ 'll0 fo i 1S I , iT. *
Ori .i,.i. .i as 1 i Snat han an Y. lliw
lTa h- 'll. l-I iist li t ldm'sgw re-, ait i
wal 1 'h ''.;'i a a\ ],-\al! nli itll A!ii, rica
evtr s lit -: i.f i- 1:11 o 11141 \hmilno .,ack-
irn M it-.w Ait.- Waditla. m liMo Elijah of
old. !h l imaii iit ii ui who(n < ;-n. 1.4',
dh-oi til,, tr mns aflild arn-d e. wlao
did tioi h a, 0 lo,k for his successor;
no. tiv %as .lohs. a, hand and hlad
car% .,! b- i nanlio- -iih his sabre high
In th. list of the world's great sol-
dhk-m It vas Wade Hampton uipon
wbom ihe mantle ff-ll: and who was
worthier" We have heard and do
know of the achievements of this
command. and that command, from
the pens of officers and privates, and
I ami glad it is so. 1 read everything
of the kind I come across.
I have read of Stuart's great ride
around McClelland's army on the
Clickabominy. and it was a wonder-
ful iwrformance. I know it is con-
sadhr*-d by military men as an unique
feat. I wish I were able to describe
It. I recall tlhei ,nhusism it created
and al?.-4 r,-niitnhur the fate of the
gallant latai e. the ,only casuahiy.
It I- i(ot of i his that I would write.
I was not with the boys then. It is
(of Hamnilonls great "caitl' raild." ini
Se-pi.'niltr. 1,4.;4. itha I piropiose to
writ, in it ly own ilain wiay. justll as I
rh'm inil-.r it. and just as 1 read ot it.
now hat it is all o\or.
The Mise en Scene.
In h, ,- early fall of 1 .;4. t,ii l.a's
arli3 1 'Aas.. lacing Ceie (;r:illl a: P,','rs--
buirg. anli his infantry lins t, xleild,
frotit .l Appa)Ii oi'tox o(il th, -a~i l(o
abouI Il t ial,'i c' t'oui'rt !lots' (iol ih'
mutlhu*'ia. iSoi'h of this tilt- v,\alry
hel! 'hi. l,.1ws I say held the(ni. not
as Ih< i',- .liitriv did. tlit patrolled :hem
all 'i6, \ :,%- *0111, ,!t ,.'.- M',\< ,I \Vi W(t'I' '(1) t-W
to Il;!il ,' lit -. so wl t' II' Ili, m oilt'
nigh-' .'r. ai,, :o;o?'r"r w ..itit h \\-ir'
el 01m h* l', r,'lu hm trom l iTi1i
to l 'i *' ', it', h# ir.i'-s' .,inIl f \it h'--
1ins ':` r'j-pl 'aletidI aiiacl.s i;:id ,' !' it:
the I'vi "- 'i'iinii!nunicalit i. i. t h-.. l
Weld'i.it l ailioadli and tlh- Bovdt,.n
lank ro;:.-! The plresrvation of this
meian thi liei ot the ar-my aa: coullntr
A Question of Bread and Meat.
And 'this Iiling his to a qiies-iion olf
hreadl aulnd eii't. aliti 1 lell you i, \\'was
at ih, ii;i:, a \'ry striolus 1i0iia I'.
M\ ('(llsiraqei ko.'- '1(1W how w"' Wi 'l'<- p ut
to i; t1' soinrii thing t0 eat. Sonl,'iei!,',''
w e' li,.,1 '.r, :iii si 'ih as i wast. i nl
inonf,,ii't:ti.. tiia'81. so 'liii' jIli.s na-il h 'r.
lieu r.'sor,., l to all sor;s o ( i ,levie- s
ltJ -- ; ;i s(,ia;'. nm 'al. I: ple'clua't(';
the\ MIi0 ai a;l'i<'r ihey at once ciulti-
vated liii as a long lost brother ai!,:
niad<' all s.i'1I,- of 'x(.<-es1 lo call- look
the cirl: ;,0 r',,d'. ,n".. an~t ine'ver i ;
witlit.it ,it, ii,,, saonlr' n't-al. < iet'r ,lii-
Dl( Ir or ....*p'Ti r O(Il ,i r, o i'lx l s'!'., ii',


a Fra'ticlmnai 01 mnaty 81
flieil.o-. -,aO1to haxv acalleal oni'i

and 411'Iaa tIii.,ls La'e ako itook '

*tevu -nta ah- '--,i ~~aL(' 1 iho n, '
da' flT's s al '~i-Idon't '.x
A 1'i ,c'Li~ all la'- I he T''jntttiviw (;

Gen. Hampton Proposes a Ra~d
h, a l;I j ,i' .- I' on 11 11.,a -ill


.\. 'o'lirih SwrOih 'arolita ea( ah%.. ;l'ii
l.1 i t i }.a;;,ke'.T Sixth S 'iih o(U ,,i, a
, ;t', 1'; ,. s l-lii at !,' (,ii<', ;'s lo ;:k,"

1< ;"'s d,-'. i-ionh.
Ti i.l," ,.i '' ,; : ,' (,r tr ,'i l (.* 11 r". tH L "'-

!.F, ; ltohlsl! )l; al ,'n. V. \ H .'
I., il ,I'a liial i' tS. aiil tm)ls \voiul!
1I' Iirni htl t h,. I b .' i'i. Lanll all .
The' rt 'ht wer( 1I lie S$.'1ecil iroint
Illio-e' ac'ilsioned to Ill-' lus' of hOw
axet'.
Bugler Sounds "'Boots and Saddles"
In lh< nioriiilig of Ih tembri, 1. IS4. long before dlayligit. we
Wyre aroused from outr camp by Aw
notes ot the bugle sounding "bools
and saddles"--and the command to
which I belonged (the Stuart Horse
Artilleryl was ordered to saddle up
and move out behind the Thirteenth
Virginia cavalry. We waited seated
on our horses for a long time-all
waiting seems long-and while we
waited we speculated on where we
were going and what we were going
for. So little do soldiers know of the
intentions of their officers that some
said we were going to surprise and
capture a brigade of negro troops, and
we began in a spirit of humor.to lell
what we were going to do with our
share of :he n or'oes. VWe had no iiin-
telnlion or id, place in the picture' at all.
G(-n. Hanipton. in his account, seys:
"On tI e mourning of !the 14th I movll
with tlh, division of Maj. (iin. W. If.
F. lee. h bri,-adl s of Rosse(r aii~l
Dearling. a1inl a ,1i(ac 1hniini f!'f 1i'i,
m brigaldes. under lhoe coniimalld of I.i;:.
Col. Miller. Sixilh South Carolina (.;!-
alry. and l inov.l dow\n thie R).' ;.i ,
cre k 1to W\Vilkinson'.- iti-,i ;*, o(i i'.i;l
st1ream. wher!e hlle <*; titan. l, ''i* -
ed ai iithu.
The' (o:illl;llli t.1.1 \\ iiM .i : ll'-
hrii eo ; i ;til ,a!'ly oi;; ( Ii( 17 1! i]
aiil r c'k (il \ t ;I ;rit 1 '( W y' '\ :.'', ,
< hir''h in tu P inia' (;i. ,r,.*, .,Il1 v : .
i '^l > w'.t-' ir \ ;ni<,r 1 ':i" '-! Til T e .,"
V': li,'. a'slj in; ':li<' \ I^, '' "a t o ir- -
esT ioiv<'t'r i., l :i;< il ":.: "W IS (AS:;',!.
I j*,*'1 *,' *.r fo ..-,i i,,, h, io, 's


sw st(^i'ii th,'iii. \\'' C l uld t ol afford to n1a1x'1
al s.i ;l],< \v,' \\v.-i',' ill (in'of ifd,1 ;ill.i (i
-(o nll' l ;'. 11 ';i \ -i>'ir ,i tli, -, l, ;1*1 '' t o s
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With the Sentinel StCArs Ab3ve Then


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nad


A.th''s, OUxi'of thfe filt
iran in the road Wvho
sp'rang, to 1hIs sauiwile
the1,ow el fl'1 yell. Ii


to oitir

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rst shots 5 -fbr
md( disrnio'n-~IA
atid d
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v ,' ]l t,i ii i)'"'l' oi > ..,';irt' h ii s il.f', :<. .r !* i
; o'c.~ (l l. l lis i u l't. \\'t, r" t*'
IIi 'k'I ,'!il) ,,1t
. ,+! h ot ;i .,],'.-. of! 1hr rol~i,!. S )ilir ofl
(cir'-.. w-r laj1ljority of thlie tederals w *'.'' il ll'l.
in 'ih.i" liitl, tuiln eo d i i':.-
Captured in Their Night Clothes.
We l'ntl th(nem oult anid tk th('ll
prisoliners in their night c'iohles. It
was the first D)istrict of ('oluinmiai
cavalry, aind I think we- ook ;hi(, nost
of them, with their camp and spl'nlid
horses. I ronemlber how forlorn they
looked as we' mustered them outl
later in the day, many sitting on bare-


l)acked


horses with


nothing on hut


their shirts. Cien. Roser. it appears,
had about as much as he could attend
to. He encountered Col. Spears,.
Elf'venth Pennsylvaniia cavalry, the
same command that had Ima',le a
namenit for itself as a fighting reiflilen'l.
Tle, mai:ide a good f ithi for their
lmtat, b ut Rio)ss'r finally whipped
them and lithey fll h ck. la,\'vilg t heir'
dea4 l and liiwou ,i ,, ill 1 (, field. as well
ais l!,ir .icampll ) ;p. )en D a'rj .;, oilI the
rihT,,, ilIa.lI' his at(ai; a('(rco tdinlg to'
r),'o i nrr i! oe. ;itivl xt is e'tiIiIel, v sil('c'ess.-
fill.
The Monster Cattle Drive.
(;en. Ross.-er witho ilt di'.tl y *i,.,!i t o
,iriv,' 0o1i 1 lw h ( c'.1ile. a ,' l (;":i. I anillp-
ion sail. 'Theire wvl'. 2.1', h''a. otf


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We have just received a specially SFT.FCTED STOCK for


The


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Trade


This is a season of good cheer, and you will find that the


TEA POT is


The HOME of GOOD THINGS to EAT






We have a complete line of Staple Groceries and Feed.


Out-of-Town Business Specially Solicited


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,Ittl fi' rn isii' ', i s} i iI fo r (;, n.
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.I a I ot i!as'a',1 1'" 'sh ittI 'at f a l' 1,4'i t f
The Number of Hampton's Men
[ have\ alwa'.s wii r''.-ot al 1 illia,: tr,'Fl
iampton)n's Opntii'r t"o( c-( )i 'hi- x!,-
liiiio l \ w as ; l't iout T' "*,r i\ ;ii ;

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ata'. hear',l.
What the Federals Say

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Gen. Meade's Fears Well Founded

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Rk.xi t> I *' a


Poas >ix: 1,1 tn j~tbe
Hi-I nol kmowolow
0) i'-. away from


The Forces Pursuing Hampt"



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The Pretty F~ght the Federals M 3
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