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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: January 4, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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OCALA,


FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1901.


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Baking Powder



The strongest, purest, most efficient and
wholesome of leavening agents. Not lowest

IQ price, yet the most economical; indispens-
able to all who appreciate the best and most
healthful food.

Our country is enjoying prosperity almost

uiisurpassed in its history.

For every one there is money enough tC

buy that to eat which is pure, sound, good,

wholesome.

Why should we use cheap, impure, una

healthful articles of food? There is no

economy in them; they endanger the health,
they may cost life. There are reported

almost daily cases of sickness caused by eat-

ing cake, puddings or biscuit made with the

cheap, alum baking powders.

In all articles for food buy and use only


the best.


The good health of the family i
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of first considC! tion.


Alum is used in many baking powders because it n.ike
them cheap. It costs less than two cnt; ,. .. '
Alum is corrosive poison. Think ,i fki-!t i :;'i
drtn! Yet the manufacturers oi \'l-k:i,; a .
powders are actually denying that their guok uni ;;...:


ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW v'OF'


Moro: rTHE BANNER, BELIEVINo Hon. P.obert McNamee, of Tampa,
TROSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO was in Ocala last Sunday.


AKE (CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS
CAKEN ITS STANID IN THE BAKRI-
:ADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE,
ip ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR
CRE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE
BOTTOM.-

uahA ELZABT 9A"iS. LOca Editor.

The season for quail shooting has
been very fine.
Mr. P. Junleau has gone to Paris on
a business trip.
Dr. W. H. lowers ;lpent Christmas
with his father in Jacksinville.
Mr.S J. Hilburn. of Palatka, was
registered in the city last Monday.
We save you money on drugs, and
sell only the best. tiarrett and Gerig
The Cor-moner---Mr. Bryan's pa-
per-aud the Ocala Banner for $1.75-
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson have
returned from their visit to Vir-
ginia.
Terkeeween is the best liniment on
-arth. Sold and guaranteed by Ty-
,nUgs & C'o. +
Mr. Bkrt Stephens, who left An-
thony for Ilaltimore, lia, returned to
pesidc permanently.
Rev. Pkrce Ha4Uilton, p:ator of the
B*ptistchurch at 'oiiwa, ,. '., is
citingg lhii parents at Anthi;ny.
Hon. C'. 'oo,,er, of Jackmonville,
waA niumberedt among thi >promineiit
-i:-itors to. Oala during, the werk.
Mr. 11. H. Mills. of Cedar Keys.
as in .ilat scvra! idays visiting
friends He, r turned home Monday.
Mr. Beijie W\Vttlih r- has returned
h lis studies at A.ili,-rt. Mass.. after
-~pending the hlolida-y with his pa-
rcnuts.
tMr.. Frank Reagau has returned
Scon a vi-it tn relatives and friends in
Vn, \I;M N \ls Mr. Reslan accom-


Arrangements for the improvement
of the upper Ocklawaha river are in
progress.
The manufseture of kaolin prom-
ises to be one of the leading industries
of Florida.
Miss Mona Hiller returned yester-
day from a visit to her aunt, Mrs.
Hirsch, in Nashville.
Mr. Simon Benjamin will not leave
us until the latter part of the month. i
Ocala regrets to have him go.
Mrs. J. H. Strunk, of Tampa, has
returned home after a short visit to
her sister, Miss Nellie Anderson.
The next session of the State Teach-
ers' Association will be held in Ocala.
Our city feels extremely honored.
Mn Waller Lipford, of Perry, Ga.,
is tht name of one of Anthony's new
citizens. He will engage in truck
growing.
Mr. Sauford Jewett and Mr. John
Dunn left Monday to resume their
studies at Auburn, Ala., and David-
son. N. C.
Miss S L. Daken and Miss M. B.
(Gardner, of New York, will spend the
winter in Ocala. the guests of the
Ocala House.
Mir. H. L. Anderson is preparing to
erect another building ou his lot south
of the market. He has faith in
Ocala's future.
This ofti'-e is under obligations to
Mr. Jerry Burnett and Messrs. Mun-
roe and (hambliss for beautiful new
century calendar.
Mr. W. E. Finch left Wednesday
morning for Auburn, Alabama, to
continue his studies in the Auburn
Polytechnic Institute.
J. A. Iambert, of ,Rachel, N. C.,
writes: "I heartily endorse Foley's
Kidney Cure. It does what you claim
it will do, and there is nothing equal
to it, and I thank you for the good it


Mr. J. F. Barrett, of Belleview, has
a nice position with the big saw mill (
plant of the West:Bros., at Levon, in I
this county.
Mr. Waldo W. Martin, one of
Oeala's prominent attorneys, has been


Mis Claude Waterman entertained me, and I have not been troubled
since." Ants-Monopoly Drug Store. m
the Young Ladies' Whist Club last
Friday afternoon, in honor of her
guest, Miss Hood. On account of the
extremely bad weather only a lew
wtre present, but those who were
present thorougbly enjoyed the after-
noon. The prize, a beautiful gauze A R
fan, was cut for by Miss Nell Porter
and Miss Edith Piatt, the latter win-
ning It.
A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks.
Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, vice- For the Ni
president Illinois Woman's Alliance,
in speaking of Chamberlain's Cough W w
Remedy, says: "I suffered with a se- ad e public gene ce
vere cold this winter which threatened hall h,.nal, p i gnew nv


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visiting Fort Myers, and is much n f H r I I I
pleased with that growing section. S 1 *Ar- 1 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. McDonald and
children returned Tuesday morning L Guaranted to (
from Monticello, where they spent | .
the holidays with Mr. J. J. McDonald. This s a Tonic thai
Mr. Carios t. Sistrunk, who spent
the Christmas holidays with his sister H| a s B e l(
in North Carolina, returned last Sun- -
day. He enjoyed every minute of his A
stay. IE Lc
The ladies of the Methodist church Only c a.
have been busy all the week fixing up. Only N0 ceits at_
the parsonage for the reception of the
new preacher. They fixed it up G A 1 rETr
nicely. L
We do not sell goods at cost, but do
sell goods as cheap or cheaper than
those who advertise that they sell at
cost. Try us and save money. Ty-
dings & Co. t r. E. L. Dameron, of Roanoke,
One hundred laborers are at work Va., is a visitor to Oeala and a guest
in Jacksonville putting up a big of the Ocala House. Speaking of the
spoke an( wheel factory. The plant beauty and attractions of Florida he
is being iioved to Jacksonville from thinks Ocala and.Silver Springs head
Richmond. t0e list.
Hon. George W. Wilson, editor of Mr. Sol Benjamin and Mr. Herman
the Times Union and Citizen, accom- Benjamin, old time Ocalians, but now
panied by his wife and little sons, prominent and prosperous business s
spent several days ,i Oak Luwn dur- men of Atlanta, spent the Christmas
ing the holidays. holidays in our city and returned
home last Monday.
Mr. Fred E. Perkins and wife, of
Providence, R. I., are on their annual Miss May Hood, after a pleasant
visit of two months to her sister, Mrs.
visit to Ocala. Mr. P. has a fine ken- visit of two months to her sister, Mrs.
vis-it to Olal. Mr. P. has a tine ken- Reddick, in Brooksville, and her cou-
nel and expects to enjoy a fine season Reddick, i Brooka ille, and her cou
f quail shootingsin, Miss Claude Waterman, of this
of quail shooting.
city, leaves today for her home in
Hon.C. S. Noble, :.f Leesburg, is Chester, S. C., to the regret of the
surveying the Tallahassee Southeast- many friends she made during her
ern Railroad, and work on same is stay here.
progressing finely. The capital will
sCU have three railroads., During the rain and wind storm
last Friday at Dunnellon a big show
The unnellon correspondent of the was in progress. The tent blew down,
Times-lnion and Citizen says that it but fortunately no one was hurt, al-
is reported on good authority that the though it created much excitement
Dunnellon Phosphate Company will and loss of hats, parasols, wraps, etc.
resume work on January 15. The damage to the show property
Mr. Stephen Jewett has resigned was considerable. Things looked
his position in the school at Fort Me- equally for a while. Fully fifteen
Coy and has gone to Floral City, hundred people crowded the streets
where he has a position with the and stores.
Bradley Phosphate Company. P. F. Fleming, colored, distiller for
Borated Talcum Powder, nicely Johnson and Clark, at Martel, was the
perfumed. 10l per box, at Tydings & Ocala Banner's first new century sub-
Co's drug store. scriber. We hope his example will be
We are in receipt of a long letter largely followed by members of his
from Mr. F. P. Gaffney, of Atlanta, race. The Ocala Banner ought to
Ga. He is building up a fine trade have a thousand readers among the
and is in love with the Gate City. He colored population of this county. If
says it is a "Little New York." it were possible to write such an
N- r-- item it would mark a new era in the
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Movers, of progress of the race, and would at-
Fort White, and their fine twenty tract the attention of educators and
pound, five months old o.y. are philosophers everywhere.
spending the holidays with Mrs.
BadgerMrs. Moyers' mother. Mrs. S. S. Harris, of Citra, secretary
Badger, Mrs. Moyers' mother.
-.-.--- -. of the Woman's Foreign Missionary
Mr. and M.rs. N. H. Bell, of Balti- society, recently attended the annual
more, Md., uncle and annt of Dr. and meeting of the same at Tampa. Her
Mrs. Dain Morgan Smith, are spend- report is said to have been interest-
ing the winter with the latter. They ing iL the extreme. We gather from
are delighted with the climate. it the following: "The state society
Mr. 8. A. Standley was out hunt- numbers seventy-two senior societies
ing with a party of friends last week and sixty junior societies, with a total
and killed a big buck. It being his membership of 2429. There were
first offense in that direction the twenty seven new societies forbied
event was celebrated in the usual during the year just eldoing. Poar
way. scholarships are supported by the so
Mr. W. ~M. Ross, the successful city. Eleven life membership have
been issued at the rate of 5k eac~h.
phosphate miner of Fort White, was ne sud at the rateof b enh
in the city the fore part of the week, e ars ha eo been te o in
having some machinery repaired at the Laura Haygood Memorial at Soun
the Ocala Foundry and Machine chow, China."
Works. Consumption Threatened.
ou houd kow that oley' Ho C. Uger, 212 Maple St Champaign,
You should know that Foley's Hn- Ill., writes: "I was troubled with a
ey and Tai is absolutely the best for hacking cough for a year and 1
all diseases of the throat and lungs. thought I had the consumption, I
Dealers are authorized to guarantee it tried a great many remedies and was
to ive satisfaction. Anti-Monooly under the care of physicians for sev-
to ive satictio. Anti- oly eral months. I used one bottle of
Drug Store. m Foley's Honey and Tar. It cured


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The passenger coaches and ben
cars purchased some time uhni by
Mr. H. L. Anderson for the SiWer
Springs and Western Railway hbwa w"
arrived.
The next thing Mr. Andersom c M
poses to do is to establish hto own lie
of boats on the Silver itng n
Ocklawaha rivers. )
This road has done much for w ka.
and promises to do more.
It is an index singer poIftiU to
Oeals's growth for the A t yew .o
the new century. .
There is but one smaml ehame to
Saveyouhifo adl st Iem s-
operation, wa the mavil r mest .-
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ash and liver troeal, bat he Lb
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INTUIToN.
X vi enU bw-d1 d tray ddemtM -
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Ibe. Gt mm ,h's buwId N 1M
S als hM w S Mida mea see the wa.
WVae -mI as db with A t'a sulaeiantg?
ow d.i IS h the t ime for ppai hae
( gum t wumbrm tra~o o smu
Wcn uS t sded a ad toret aUl ablmes
Tct,Is mhaSB, e drower way df w
eml*a6 t- a.elhe htt poupi -uii -rayron
l crickk t proclaims the autumn dayr.
--Ary (eeamid Wood in Aiakee's Nes ui

PLUCK WHICH BRED PLUCK.
ewave Thima Dome lI the Tram.-
val by Irlbh Lads.
Bravery was cheap in the Transvaal.
I knew so many brave men, so many
who had done heroic things, hat I took
courage as a matter of course. As my
prizefighter expressed it, "Pluck was
always on tap." There were, however,
two or three young Irish lads who car-
ried courage to the verge of reckless-
ness-and who in consequence were kill-
ed all too untimely. I had one young-
ster of about 16, rather small for his
years, fond of wearing top boots half
as big as himself and altogether one of
the best troopers In South Africa and
therefore nl the world. I have seen
him ride down hill at a splitting pace,
while he turned half round in the sad-
dle, holding a joking conversation with
some comrades behind. He could also
shoot like a demon. One day be said
his horse was done up. He wanted an-
other. I replied jokingly, "Take one
from the English." The next day he
went prowling near their camp. He
saw an officer and an orderly come out
to look around. He shot the officer,
the orderly galloped off. and Bobby,
sneaking up, caught the officer's horse,
mounted it and made off. The English
fired at him with their rifles and then
with their Maxim, but Bobby came
galloping back to our laager, grinning
all over his face.
"You seemed to be in a hurry to get
away, Bobby." I said.
"I guess I was!" he replied, laughing.
"They were putting shells after me
when I got over the ridge."-Collier's
Weekly.
Kent und Brr.
James Kent. whose famous "Com-
mentaries on American Law" is class-
ed with Blackstone as the greatest
textbook on law, was a great admirer
of Alexander Hamilton. anw when the
great Federalist was killed by Aaron
Burr in a duel he became tue implaca-
ble enemy of the latter. One day long
afterward when in New York the
Judge saw Burr on the opposite side
of Nassau street. He went across the
street as fast as his years would per-
mit and, brandishing his cane in Burr's
face, shouted:
"You're a scoundrel, sir. a scoundrel,
a scoundrel"
Burr proved equal to the emergency.
He raised his hat and bowed to the
ground and then said in his calmest
professional tone, "The opinions of the
learned chancellor are always entitled
to the highest consideration."-Argo-
naut.
To Cure a Cough
Stop coughing, as it irritates the lungs
and gives them no chance to heal.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures without
causing a strain in throwing off" tiue
phlegm like common cough expec'or-
ants. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. ni

S Hudy With am Ax.
One important feature in connection
with the conducting of mining opera-
tions in Siberia is the aptitude of the
Russian workman for the ax. Wood is
so plentiful In the country that in no
case will the price for fuel exceed $1
per cord, and mining timbers may be
figured on at a correspondingly low
rate. The current anecdote that a Rus-
sian workman will, for a 20 kopeck
piece, lay his left hand, with fingers
spread, on a board and with full
strength make an ax cut between each
finger cannot be vouched for, but It is
certainly true that in pick timbering In


bad ground In erecting buildings, log
cabins and all manner of wood joining
. the equal of the Russian peasant can-
not be found.

Could Take a Hint.
It was late, int Ilp sliii lingered.
"I have been trying to think," the
young woman remarked after a pause
In the conversation, "of the motto of
the state of Maine."
"'Dirigo.'" said young Spoonamore,
reaching for his hat. "and I will go,
but it will always be a consolation,"
he added, with a profound bow, "to
know. Miss de Muir, that #ou once
called me 'dearie' "-Chicago Tribune.

Exercrl Enough.
"I thought your wife was going to
join our physical culture class this
year. Mr. Sirythers?"
"She did intend to. but' got a
girl who has been over from Sweden
only six weeks, and my wife has to
talk to her by making signs."-Chicago
-Tinmes-Hera d.

Take away :y first letter, take away
ny second letter, take away all my let-
ters, and I am still the same. What
am I? The postman.

The rose was an emblem of immor-
tality among the Syrians, and the Chi-
nese planted it over graves.
Russia absolutely forbids the em-


FREAKS IN LUNCH ORDERS.
Waetr Coem Atteatm ts the Imts-
tUv Nebt Am emFrat.
One of the amasing things to be no-
tced at the lonch counters s the habit
f Imitation. If the man on the end
satudes the bill of fare and then or-
ders a ham nsadwich, pumpkin pie and
a glass of milk, all his neighbors are
likely to duplicate his order, and soon
there win be a whole row eating ex-
actly the same things. Sometimes this
similarity of appetite causes serious
embarrassment. This is invariably the
case If the occupants of the high chairs
shift about the same time and the men
on the end have numerous chances to
set examples for 20 or 30 patrons. Then
the pumpkin pie or sandwiches are
sure to give out before the noon hour is
past.
"Ifs funny how lazy people are,"
said one of the waiters at a down
town Iduch place. "There are lots of
men who won't look at a bill of fare,
and they just stare over the counter
and ask for anything that comes into
their heads if they don't happen to see
another fellow eating Just what they
want. If we have something sort of
out of the ordinary, like fried oysters,
something that can be written on the
card in ink, so it will.make a good im-
pression on the public, It's a losing in-
vestment If the fellow on the end near
the door happens to pick it out. Then
every one that passes him sees the
oysters, and soon there is a regular
chorus of yells for oysters. There
ain't a patron that wants corn beet
hash or cold cabbage.
"People are just like sheep or geese.
They like to follow a leader if it's in
nothing but eating. I've seen big word-
ed articles about thoughts and ideas
being catching or contagious. Any
philosopher who has a chance to wait
on a lunch counter would believe in
that theory. Ideas are as catching
as the measles, and don't you forget
It."-Chicago Inter Ocean.

Beware of Ointments tor Catarrh That
Contain Mercry,
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of emell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never he used except
on prescriptions from reputaidl Iphy-
sicians, as the damage thy will do is
ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's (atarrih
Cure, manufactured by F. J. (Ch'Ceny
& Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mer-
cury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood d and mulcoul~
surfaces of the system. In ,uyinv-
Hall's Catarrh ('Cure i sure you g..t
the genuine. It i- taken internally,
and made in Toledo, Ohi,, by I'. J.
Cheney & Co. T,.stimionials fre'-.
Sold by druggists, price T75r. pr 1!ot-
tie.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Alcohol and the Brain.
A lecture delivered by Dr. Victor
Horsley in England on "The Action ,of
Alcohol on the Brain" showed hlr:-
fibers connect all parts of the brain so
that it acts as a whole. It was desire I
to find out whether the brain as a
whole works as well with alcohol as
without. One way of testing this was
by testing the reaction time. the length
taken in perceiving a given signal. IIe
tried a coml0)lex experiment, showing a
signal with a number on it which was
not to be signaled back unless it was
above ten. This took longer, involving
association of ideas. and the time front
the very first was prolonged by alcohol.
Prrfs.>,,r IIorsley saidl that chloro-
form'. tler, nitrous oxide alnd sitmil:tr
narcotics ; tted iln the samne way'. Al-
cohol prodV:.cd :a dissolution of the
nerve center(l'..
Kracpelin had tried tlhe action of al-
coh,l on mtiuscular power by means of
the pressure (ynamllometer, which was
squeezed at regular intervals. After a;
rest alcohol was; taken, and at first
there was a little increase, soon follo'w-


ed by a notable decrease. Under the
Influence of tea tire was no decrease "
at all. He showed a diagram con-
structed by I)r. Aschaffenberg repre-
senting the amount of type set up by
certain conmpsitors in a quarter of an
hour before and after taking alcohol.
The amount was nmde less by alcohol.
-Argonaut.
A Monster Devil Fish.
I)estroying its victim, is a t:e t o!f
contistiatin. The p.wer of this
murderous malady is feli on orga~ni
and nerves and muscles and i aitn.
There's no show for health till it's
overcome. Dr. King's Lew Life Pills
rre safe and certain cure. Best in the
world for stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels. Only 2 ,c. at (4arrett & G erig's
drug store. 1

The Stool of Repeatance.
"Any infraction of the rules at Gi-
rard college." says the Philadelphia
Record. "is punished with 20 minutes
on a stool of repentance. When the in-
stitution lirst adopted this svlcheme of
punishment, one stool wa.s it!nouli. .\S
the college expanded tl.e stools multi-
plied, and t'day tl: less than *;1 four
legged. pa:inl.es- in. tr'un uts t f (!ici-
pliue are in Imore or less constant 1use
in a room devoted e-xcluively to the
plunisluoent of tLo;- .v who have trans-
gressed the rulhs. Thier is a!.-s:lutely
nothing to tiue dis'ciplinin g exct';.t tCie


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Mayor-wm.. .Bullock.
City Clerk-L. Dotter.
Tax Collector-W. W. Clyatt, Jr.
Treaurer- S. D. Moody.
Marshal-J. I. Crawford.
Sanitary Inspector-J. D. Williams.
City Council-P-rst Ward, W. J. Edwards,
William Hocker; second ward, D. W. Davo,
G. R. Scott; third ward, E. T. Helvenston. R. Me-
Conathy; fourth ward, G. A. Carmichael, ld.
Delouest: alderman at-large, J. H. Livingston.
Council meets on second and fourth Tuesday
evenings in every month.
Trustees Ocala Sub-School District-John G.
Reardon, chairman; Simon Benjamin, Wm. S.
Bullock.
Chief Fire Department-C. Carmichael
County Offices.


Clerk Circuit Court-S. T. Sistrunk.
Sheriff-Perry H. Nugent.
Tax Collector--. P. Thagard.
TaxAssessor-Joseph C. Mathews. Fleming-
ton.
Treasurer-A. R. Griffin, Anthony. -
Judge of Probate-Robert Bullock.
I Surveyor-James R. Moorhead.
Supervisor of Registration-D. M. Barco, Cot-
ton Plant.
County Commissioners-W. E. Allen, chair-
man, Weir; E. C. McLeod, Kendrick; J. M.
Liddell, santos; D. L. Morgan. Churchill: H. W
Long. Martel.
M eats first Monday in every month.
School Board.
Superintendent-William D. Carn.
Chairman-B. A. Weathers.
M. Moser, Fellowship; B. I Hull. Conner.
Meets fir.t! M ,onday in every month.
Circuit Court Officers.
Judge of Circuit Court-William A. Hocker.
Prosecu-ing t hl:citor of Circuit Court-Syd I.
Carter, cairni-sville.
Assistant District Attorney-N. M. Allred.
Where no address s given above, Ocala is the
postoffice.
Justice of tI!e Peace Ocala District-T. D.
Crawford.
State Officers.
Goveruor-W. D. Iloxham.
Secretary of State- Johnl Crawford.
Comptroller-William H. Reynolds.
Treasurer-James B. Whitfield.
Attorney-General-W\illiam B. Lamar.
Superintendent of Public Instruction-Wm. N
Sheats.
Commissionerof Agriculture-L. B. Wcmbwell.
Adjutant-General-Patrick Hlouston.
Railroad Commissioners-.Milton Bryan of Kis-
sinimee: H. E. Day. of Gainesville; D. I.. Mor-
gan. Jasper.
Supreme CourtTJudges- R. F. ,Taylor. chief
justice;:-F. Carter a. oclate: justice. M. IH.
Mabry, associate justice.
Addresses not given a,: ve are Tallaha-see.
.,. iUnitea: States:Officers.S "-
I Senator-J. P'.lTalia;ftrr,,' Jack'~ (. ii (. C .
R. Mallory, 'tnsacoia.
Congressmen Robe:t '. I):v-. Iaatka ,S.
M. Sparkman. Tampa.
Land Offcc-W. I. lin,-on regi.-tcr. (.aines-
vtlie: i[cnrv S. Chnbb. rec.eivter. (a:tit-\ille.
St;- vy< r c,; :,' K I.. '- ::' 'In, i ',!;.-, e
United Confedcerate Vetrans.
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The Best Perscriptmon for Malaria.
('hills uand feve'r i- a bottle of
(Grvf,'- T',ste?, s w ('ClI Tonic. It i\
s r!miply ironi n,\ ,niiint, iti a tastel,:s
frn. No cure-tnoI py. Price '2>e.


Tax Books Open.
Thie 'l tea a:nd county tax i< ,k. k for
1I-* :,r' 1 !.en. 'T':x p ylrl. :sire
1't'itU st d t) g,*verin :l' ist ives ne-
cO)rdiugly. E. P. T|[...AI>,
('<,li'etor of Ivt-Vteue.
The Best Prescription for Malaria,
('iiills and fevt-rlis a bo ttc of Grove's
T"steles,, < hill Tonic. It is simply
iron anld (jlillilne in a tasteltss form.
No cure, no pay. 1Pric', oi c-l;'s. :

Melon Seed.
Several Ihundredl ipt.u! t. a lebratedl
Glausier and Edt-u i-lon set- for
sale. Address, L.. I. Itayt r, Iowell,
Fla.

Seed Oats for Sltc.
I havee, tI.r. 'huitmndzr. u-li of
early Burt ,, f:; -il. AI ir,--
Charlt ; leIHlO-,, I.I r. F"I

Orange Sizer.


Two houses and lots, one and one-
half block from square. Cheap for
h..-. Anl.,M *. o V L.. Revnolds. P.


Jerry

Burnett


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Merchant

Tailoring


I T 16 P11M6 m*w e'-- I

New Train to Savannah and Brunw
Sick via. the Plant Sy8stm.-Tbe
Plant System ba killed a long fMl
want by patting on a 2 p.m. train
from Jackonville, lled the Savan-
nah Expres, which reaebes Svan-
nah at 7 p.m., and connects at Way-
croes for Brunswlek. The Plant Sys-
tem now'bha trains leaving Jackson-
ville for Savannah at 8 .mn., 2 p.m.,
7:4.5 p.m., and 8p.m.

Hard Wood Furnished to Order.
I am now prepared to furnish Hard
Wood cut to any length. Will deliv-
er free to any part of the city, at reas-
onable ,prices. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. W. C. Butler, Box 430
Ocala, Fla., 12-21.

A Large and Meautiful Clendar Free
Upon application to the undersigned
a larce and beautiful calendar for 1900
will be sent: F. M. Jolly, D. P. A.,
Jacksonville; W. V. _ifsey, D. P. A.,
Tampa; B. W. Wrenn, P. T. M., Sa-
vannah.

For Sale at a Bargaim.


Cutting a Specialty.
Fits Guarantoed.


Go to....

TI.it! ALLRED

HOTEL
OCALA FLORIDA
-For a Good Square Meal-

Comtortable Rooms for Rent, fur-
nished or unfurnished. Board by
the day, week or mouthb.
Terms Rea*monanle.

I. W. ARNOLD, Prop.


HICKORY
STOVE WOOD!


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0. Box 720. 10-26 1
... .--. -. I Having now taken the manas -:rnt
WANTED-TWO re!iable traveling of our stove wood hu-rh, ur-vc.A
salesmen in each slat,'; permanentI we name thesch-driuleof ritvl '.-"')-
position; salary and cxp-enes: expPe- oneco d (: cu.ic :- ..-- rk-,i ,r
riunee nIot abco'utely e -'.ntial. Ad' feet thrown ,v; :
Onf load, t!.r W:,
dr ,ss 'arolina 'Toi),e" i Wrk., ine load,. it
I)ehivere l in t,.wtn. c.-' ,,, :, :',_
Greensboro, N. 9-14 Partie owr- i 1 n :
ow:n -*-. t. c : '
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w'ANr.Et--Active man of Zrol character to ,.- : ;' th' i
ld'iver and collect in Florida ;or old csta .lishet ,d y
inanuficturing wholesale hou., '. .,.t a y. ar. O 1! 1i YI
surepay. Honesty more than experience re- ,. it; il, BHX 27
quirtd. O'ir reference. any bank in any city.
Enclose self-addressed stamped env-!ope. .Man- I *K'r: A. l I ToRY
tfatcttrers. Third Floor. 334 Dearborn Stre ,
Chicago. tt::. I 27 ) I t (AN- ,A-



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Th1e 1Jig j j.d Kg Trade 1Madle at SAieci:l Jicalire
Inu endingg your crde's ls cw r-:'.l e::u..h to c-er tht st o i:.s Ha::-ga".Ln jugs, Ice
l-;'a!on ji:gK. l5c:; -galilon jug. 25y: 3-gallun jug. c; ket.s, l.
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey th.T', any house in F!rida. :r cau-e I give rcod. ~ o
est goods and full measure.
Atrial order wilt convince you that 'we ar t:thee Te Trm. :hI:'C orr. l
Yours, anxious to ilea e.J. F EDW ARDS

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S. .. (Also Successor to YankeelOovelty Works!

Rugh and "inishin Lumber, Mintels,


Scho I Desks, Ciurch Seats,

Tables, Door and WVindow Frames. Railings, Pulpits. Bedroom
Suits. Kitchln Tables and Safes, Moldings. Turned Work.
Scroll Savling. Lath. Shingles. Etc.

PATENT BEE HIVES A SPECIALTY.
Estiul::te.s Iir<>!'iptivi furnishedl .


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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."

ESTABLISHED 166,. OCALA. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1901. DOLLAR A YEAR.


MoTTo1: THE BANNER, BELIEVING
rKdwI: AT THI T';1 WELL ABIE TO
FA: C('AI:E OF TEMSEIVFS, HA.A
fAKEN ITS STAN'I IN THE HBAIRI-
:JAEI,; WITH T:I: COMMON PEOPLE,
LND IT FIGHT WVILL in MADE FOR
MBI BETTERMENT OF THloSI AT THE
*OTTOM.

SARA aflSA rAMlIU Lial atsw.

Mr. L. J. Brumby s the accredited
reprentative of the Ocals Banner at
Jacksonville, and is authorized to re-
ceipt for Mut scriptions and advertise-
ments.
Mr. Alfred Ayer will begin on his
assesment tour next week.
Mr. ('hester Finch has returned to
Lke C'ity, where lhe attends college.
Mr. H. L. RIeynolih l ft yesterday
fr a tou of srmutini 'l Florida over-
land.
Mr. Li 1L. \Var.mnu.ni, t.e leading
111( 'ani 1 <1f 'il:t:. wan ill Ocalai
\\- di .tlay.
Mr. Alfred Aytr. Maloniin cunty's
new revenue collect<,r, was in Ocula
Wednesday.
Mr. H. C. Dozier has returned to
Philadelphia after spending the holi-
days in Ocalt.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet at the Rectory Friday, Jan.
4th, at 3, p. m.
Pleasant Purgative Pellets contain
no calomel. Nothing better. Price,


l eents, at Tydings & Co's. 1 her stay in Ocala. She will leave for
Mr. C.. TInd has returned to tihe her home Friday, much to the regret
mines at Eve after having sent the of her friends.
holidays with his family in this city. Dance at the Armory.
Hon.C. M. MBrown will attend the IOn New Year's evening the Ocala
inaugural c(retnonies o(f Governor lRflls gave atnotherof their delightful
Jtuniings at Tallahja.uee next TuMieay. 11,,1.s .*t thie tartiin'y.
The Elmwards Brom.. Oh-:.l first IAbout twenty couples of the young
la-is n:arktt mnI. pa, i oul t the t lat 1>1ople were lprcrtI t and enjoyed the
year o,ie thousand dollars for velvet delightful exerci- of during until
i a!.,. twelve o,'clok.


Plrickiy .A-h litter, iur., tlth, kid-
ueyt. regulates- the iivtr ;:.li ,uitilie-.
the bowels. A valu-'l. ,'-tem
tonio. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store,
s .ecial agents. 1-4
How are the nation- going to pay
their debts. and what sort of an ex-
ample are they wstting to the indi-
vidual ?
Two hundred million dollars is the
sum the "powers" are exacting from
China, and it is not to be paid in sil-
ver, either.


Mr. W. E. Finch will leave tomor-
row for Auburn, Alabama, to resume
his studies in tie Alabama Polytech-
nic In-titute.
If troubled with a weak digestion,
beli-hing, sour stomach, or if you feel
dull after eating, try Cha'mberlain's
Stomach and I.'ver Tablets. Price,25
centi. Sanmples free at the Anti-Mo-
no(woly Drug Store. m
Mr. Frank Sands, of Palatk., is
now superintendent of the Ocala Tel-
ephone Exchange. He succeeds Mr.
R. E Yonge, jr.
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Thi' music was furnished lv I'ro-
ft-ser Pike aid Mr. Frank Msathews,
i1ndl consiSted of twelve numblcers,
three extra-' and "Home, Sweet
Home.'
Several lovely tiand attractive viit-
ing yoaug ladies graced the occa.'ion
by their presence.
The success of these danres- given
by the Rifes is largely due to the ef-
forts of Mr. George Rt. McKean, who
is captain of the company .udl master


of ceremonies.
seat Out of an


n Increase of His Pen.
sion.


A Mexican war veteran and promi-
nent editor writes: "Seeing the ad-
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I ant
reminded that as a soldier in Mexico
in 'l47and '4S, I contracted Mexican
diarrhea and this remedy has kept
me from getting an increase in imy
pe.ismioln, fr oU every renewal a dose
of it restores nme." It is unequalled
as a quick cure for diarrhea: and is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale ,by
the Auti-Mohopely Drug Store. m
a eo ShUwiru.


Misses Marie BIulloc and iva The annual meeting of the stock-
tandley, and Miss Nora Knoblock, of hders of the Comercal Bank of
Kendrick, returned to Macon Wed- j kaonville wa hed in that city last
noeday to resume their studies at turdy. The report of the cashier
Wesleyan College. _showed the total deposits of the bank
Irregular bowel movements lead to were $417,848 18. The increase in de-
chronic constipation. Prickly Ash posits for the year was $87,000. This
Bitters is a reliable system regulator; bank, which is growing so rapidly in
curts permanently. Anti-Monopoly strength and popularity, has a branch
Drug Store, special agents. estal,li-hment it this city over which
"- -. Mr. 1. I. lbarco presides. Under hi:
Mr. J. H. Staey, formerly in Mlr. M dir.. i it a nade a i o.t excellrnt
Zwad-ki's ,,flice in tlis city, i now d ade excen
e ki tei t, i, io B allowingg, the past year and for the
thi private se.rtary toS M.vor ery-coning year Its index ting-r is point-
"n. f the Pla nt 'Sytm .I"- :"il" in the right direction. We tip
\ h-r tht. lri::it and ambitious Oca!a ,
.- : o .Iit ii i ,ill' U"eur hat f'r its -tw ee s.
' y-%I' l clit1binL ut to'.,Ar.,<'.- thI t p
*: t : la.. r t -.- e4 Miss Williams Entertains.
P'.rry th. i.-' Paiun-Killer.--Its vain- I.ast u,)lday tevelning Mis P',,ly"
Sit l. -rt as T s-ycure for illia- ntertailwd a fw of hr
1 i-:0t o.rtlt fti to be gu'eraliy ap- friends most delightfully at 11 0'rest,
.T1: 4i :tl 11o fnly .ihouli Ie tit' c(ultlry home of her graudlilther,
. I ,nt t ill -i Of :t -.olet,u or u-i Mrs. AllanN Munro,. Datncing was the
i 1{1 : in ', L :. t:.ttk ,.f d.,\, .-,r-, diarrholea, ,or r:i feature the evei ng' emtr-
'o|4oL& an.riaur. 1'"l i t-Vtvywhcre. t=:iUn& 1t. ThIe party was given in
Avoid ,,ulstitutes. h.-r.: i It one honor of Miss Marie Bullock who wa.
i'i, tiltr, lPerry Il vi Pri e "5>. lin th holidays at home.
'' )1. Te v4you1n, fl iks went out ill the oun-
.. I nin, an were -rionied >y Mrs.
II nolt doine so alr-tldy. Fiorida Sim sistru.'k.
W il -,;.'; l1-Ia in the following indud- verFone had a royal good time.
trt-. '.z: Lumbelr, phosphate, tur-Ydied
ipentli na, kilin, cassiva, sugar cane, Died.
to:iaco. sea island cotton, oranges, In this (citv D9cembe r 2s, l", Mr.
lemolini, lines, gralfruit, guaLvas, and isi Burke, in the ifty-3eventh year


Salmagundi Party.
Dr. and Mrs. W. V. Newsom enter-
taiued about twenty-five coups at a
"Salmagundi" party Wednesday
night, complimentary to .Vis Claude
Waterman and her guest, iissA May
Hood, of Chester, 8. C.
The guests were met by Mrs. E. L.
Carney and Mrs. C. L. Tydings, and
were conducted to the front parlor,
where the receiving party were stand-
ing.
Mrs. Newsom was bhdesoely
gowned in black grenadine.
Mis Hood looked very lovely in a
white organdie and Miss Waterman
was very handsome in black silk.
In the lack parlor Mrs. 8. E. Wa-
terman, assisted by Miss Julia Ty-
dings, presided over the punch bowl.
The house was most artistically dec-
oratea with palms, holly and ever-
greens.
At each table a dtiferent game was
played and a great deal of merriment
eu-ued from the different players.
i or -sevral ioutt- the fin kept up,
and at the concIlu.ion it was found
that lMi-s Ethel Sinclair and Miss
Lollie MIIley had won the greatest
numler of games. Miss Sinclair won
the prize on the cut. The gentleman's
prize was won by Mr. Will Gary.
At the conclusion of the games de-
licious refreshments were served by
Mrs. Carney, Mrs. Tydings, Miss Sue
Barco and Miss Annie Davis.
This was the largest and one of the
most enjoyable affairs that has been
given this season.
Miss H honor, has made many friends during


To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Broimo Quinine Tab-
le:', All druggists refund the money
f it fail- to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
Inture is on each box. 2.5o'.
Plants, Plants!
3,,oNw, Big Boston Lettuce Plants.
.,I(,(y0J Bermuda and Creole Plants.
Besides other plants that will soon
be ready.
For sale at J. B. SrTTro's
Seed Store, 28 and 30 Exposition st.



This *lgaLre is on every box of the gaenine

Laxative Bromo0Qutdine Tke*
the Aemdy that cureA a com ldA e We


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To advertise successfully may
n:t be easy but it is not half so
difficult as the taming of a fly.
So far as this community is
concerned the advertising prob-
lem is simple. Here is the
plan:


Our Shristmas and New Year Souve-
nirs.
The Ocala Banner returns its most
grrteful thanks to Messrs. J. R. C.
Dunn, W. P. Haisley, Miss Helen
Donaldson, Mrs. Abner Griffith, Al-
fred Proctor, Miss Buckbee, J. A.
Langley, Mrs. P. Campbell, A. R.
Toph, Dr. E. Van Hood, P. Ingram,
Mrs. C. C. Todd, R. A. Boyd, R. A.
Shaw, R. A. Burford, Jno. E. Lloyd,
Alfonso Marsh, W. P. Struck, Mrs. A.
B. Hopkins, Mr. B. Arents, E. C.
Smith, P. H. Nugent, L. Bentley, D.
Gamble, G. 8. Scott, T. H. Baguall,
V. M. 8eckinger, Homer Aguew, J. G.
Reardon, Mrs. George Rose, Hon. W.
8. Jennings, Mrs. E. P. Thagard, Mrs.
M. T. Wills, J. F. Barrett, J. Y. Bet-
tys, J. D. Buckalew, Wm. E. Towns,
Mrs. F. J. Barber, Smith Tucker, Ju-
lius Fern, David Ifulse, C. Hornber-
ge:, P. F. Fleming, L. P. Miller, W.
J. McGrath, Carmichael and Son, J.
P. Galloway, A. E. Burnett, J. M.
Neeley, J. F. Edwards, H. B. Masters,
A. J. Ie:eavengood, Sl. T. Sistrunk, C.
H. Dame, Sid Whaley, W. W. Con-
don, Fred Weihe, T. W. Troxler, W.
E. Connell, Tydings and Co., The Tea
Pot GrEce.y, Edwards Brothers, J. W.
Davis, D. 8. Quarterman, Elizabeth
Wagoner, D. E. Davidison, Auti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store, Post Office Drug
Store, East Florida Ice Manufactur-
ing Company, Munroe and Cham-
bliss, Ocala Furniture Company, Mc-
Iver and McKay, L. F. Risher, N. M.
Allred, M. Fishel, George Giles, Ocala
Bazaar, Standley, Cranford and Co.,
W. L. Colbert, W. K, Zewadeki, H. A.
Ford, Edward Hiller, G. T. Liddon,
L. W. Drew, et al., for Christmas and
New Year remembrances.
Death of Edna Earle Little.
Edna Earle, the eight-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Lit-
tie, died Wednesday morning at one
o'clock o.f scarlet fever. She was ta-
kenu ick on. Sunday night but was not
considered dangerously ill until Tues-
day afternooTu. Edna Earle was a
bright little girl, a member of the
Methodist Sunday school and Junior
Elpworth League.
The funeral took place at Green-
wood cemetery, and the services were
conducted by Rlev.. W. Coleman, of
the Christian church.
.)To the sorrowing parents the Ocala
Bancer extends ito deepest sympathy.
The Tea Pot Grocery Remembers Its
Friends.
Mt srs. Abe Brown & Bro., proprik-
tors of the Tea Pot, Ocala'a leading
gracery, remembered their friends on
Christmas day by presenting them
with a souvenir box of perfume and
sachet powder. This is an annual
custom of theirs, and no patron was
forgotten.


"Ye Olden Times."
Maj. Sidney Herbert, writing to the
Savannah News, gives a graphic pic-
ture of Florida a quarter of a century
ago. We make the following ex-
tract:
"South Florida was then a sealed
book. No railroads, no clay roads,
few and widely scattered settlements,
and an outlook for the future that was
not encouraging. I reached the now
famous city of Ocala by going up the
Ocklawaha river, and riding over
from Silver Springs. Where the ele-
gant brick Ocala House of the Plant
System now stands there was an old
wooden hotel, but well kept by Land-
lord Harris and his excellent wife.
Up the St. Johns- riverJnto Lake
Monroe, the- now flourishing 'Gate
City to South Florida,' known as San-
ford, was not in existence, but Melon-
ville was quite a lively place. Today
there is hardly a trace of that town to
be seen on the lake shore. Tampa
was 'out of the world,' except by a
steamer line from Cedar Keys, then
sharing the honor with Picolita, on
the St. Johns, of being the most 'God-
forsaken place' in Florida."
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn, scald
cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
old sores, fewer sores, ulcers, boils,
felons, corns, all skin eruptions. Best
pile cure on earth. Only 25 cents a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Gar-
rett & Gerig, druggist. 1
Fire at Anthony.
J. C. Howell's residence, which was
beautifully situated on a hill iu the
eastern part of Anthony, was burned
last Saturday and most of its contents
destroyed, together with $50 in money
that was entirely forgotten by Mr.
Howell until the house was falling in.
There was a slight insurance of $.Vo0
on the house.


Is a Necessity


Tera happy home, and no cook
ean serve a palatible roat or
stew if they are not proper
handled before they reach t
kitchen. Our stalls at the city
market are well supplied with
the appliances for properly car-
inr; for fresh meats. We deliver
resh Meat. Poultry, Vegetables
IP :d all kir'C ; :o untry Produce
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We carry, all grades of Wagons, Buggies,
Single and Double Harness, Btc.. in stock at all
times. We have a larger and more varied stock
than ever before, and a more up-to-date line can
not be found in or near Ocala. Our "best" is
better than anybody else's "best." Our leading
buggies are the Columbus and Barnesville; our
best wagons are the White Hickory and Owens-
boro. These names are sufficient. We carry ve-
hicles with solid rubber and pneumatic tires, in
very pretty shapes. Lap Robes, Horse Blankets,
Whips, Piece Harness, Etc. Our prices are the
lowest in the state.

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always heretofore been supposed that
no man ever got so high up the offi-
cial ladder in this land of the free to
be above criticism. When the time
comes that the acts and conduct of of-
fice holders mayinot be criticised that
will be "imperialism" with a ven-
geance and the people's liberties will
be in danger sure enough.-Johnson
County Review.
Senator Foraker, of Ohio. has made
a reply to the recent qsp>eeh of ex-'
President IHarrison, and denies the
ex-president's charge that the Porto
Rican tariff law was a "departure
from correct principles." He says
the United States gave lPorto Rico a
far gnore liberal civil government
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Queen Victoria is gradually failing
in health.
Florida seems to be on an eve of de.
velopment and prosperity.
Hon. Horatio Bisbee was recently
paid a ten thousand dollar fee.
Dreyfus is demanding a new trial
and his demand sets Paris aflame.
The Jacksonville Journal has been
publishing for the past month a sev-
en-column sheriff's sale.
Emancipation Day was celebrated
in Ocala by the colored population on
a larger scale than usual.
If the open winter continues the
"orange fever" will beraging by the
time of the planting season.
Mr. Ulysses S. Grant, grandson of
the late ex-president of the United
States, stands second in his class at
West Point.
Start out the new year of the new
century with the determination to
pay all just debts, and if 3ou can't
pay the big make a special effort to
pay the little ones.
All Florida mourns the death of
Hou. L. B. Wombwell, Florida's corm-
missioner of agriculture. He was a.
splendid type of man and a most
competent official.
The Boer-British war in South Af-
rica, declared over, seems really to
have just begun, and the London
Daily Mail is calling for the immedi-
ate dispatch of 50,000 more men to
the scene of hostilities.
Mr. Bryan has been talking with
his usual lucidity and force on the re-
organization of the party proposed Iby
Eastern democrats. It is needless to
say that he is opposed to the proposi-
tion and that the great West is with
him.-Jacksotnville Journal.
Statistician John Hyde, of the de-
partment of agriculture, estimates the
United States wheat crop of lfN0 at
5-',229,505 bushels; corn, more than
2,(0000,01,00); oats, nearly 1,0(00,0, ) IN)0:
barley, 59,0(N,000, ; rye, 24,00,000;
buckwheat, 10,000,000; potatoes, 2140,-
"o, While the democratic party should
abandon no cardinal principle-no
fundamental dogma-it must not tie
itself to a "dead past." It is an ag-
gressive and progressive party, and
/must deal with living issues. Turn-
ing itself well to the front "Excelsior"
must le its triumphant motto. Its
step must be steadily onward and lup-
ward.
When Bryau took the advice of
Eastern democrats and put "free sil-
ver" in the background and "inlpe-
trialism" well to the front, the New
'York World said lie had broadened
and grown wonderfully since 1896.
-But when it was ascertained that he
was beaten worse than lie was in 1896
it didn't think so much of hisgrovth.
A system regulator is a medicine
that strengthens and stimulates the
liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels.
Prickly Ash Bitters is a superior sys.
tem regulator. It drives out all un-
healthy conditions, promotes activity
of body and brain, restores good appe-
tite, sound sleep and cheerful spirits.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, special
agents.
An Arkansas judge severely repri-
manded an editor who had presumed
to criticize him. The judge took the
position that it was unlawful for a
newspaper to criticise a public officer
holding the position be did. It has


made iucur-ion on the villages of
Hirrhigua four centuries or mnorc ag;o.
Duty of the Florida Legislature.
(lemson, South Carolina's Agricul-
tural College, had four hundred and
sixty-one students the past scs-ion
and three hundred other appiciants1
were denied admission. That is a
very different showing from Florida's
Agricultural College. The legislature
of South Carolina is very liberal in its
appropriations to Clemson, and, as a
result, it lhas built up a fine reputation
as a technical and industrial training
institute. Because of the meagreness
of the legislative appropriation to the
Florida Agricultural College, Florida
boys and girls who are seeking indus-
trial and technical training are conm-
pelled to go to colleges outside the
state. Ocala, for instance, has a half
dozen boys attending schools in other
states. We hope the next legislature
of Florida will have an eye mindful
to the building up of a great Florida
educational institution. It is a duty
Florida owes to her boys and girl-.
The Big Inaugural.
The following military companies
will attend Governor Jeuning's i::au--
Lural, viz: Escanmbia Rifles, CiiplPy
Light Infantry, Penaicola Light Ar-
tillery, Governor's (suar.ds, St'ark- Ili-
lies, Jacksonville Light Artillery and
Naval Militia, Tampa Light Iiif.itry.


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Were the Oesl BaIner limited to
one word nl its New Year's advice to
its readers, that one would be the
word, "Enthusiasm!"
It is life. It is the soul on fire. It
means success to the individual. The
want of it is written all over with
failure.
The spread of religion; the estab-
lishment of governments; the tri-
umph of armies; the achievement of
inventors, are explained by the one
word, "Enthusiasm !"
It is a power greater than steam or
electricity. It means no relaxation
of the faculties. It never sleeps. It
never grows tired. It never hesi-
tates.
Read what enthusiasm did for Igna-
tius Loyola:
Here was a cripple. A man almost
repulsive in his features. An unat-
tractive speaker. But he was an en-
thusiast, and tramped barefoot over
Europe preaching the beauties of the
doctrines of the church, and accom-
plished as much for the spread of
Catholicism as Martin Luther did for
the Reformation.
His physical endurance seemed al-
most superhuman and his success
miraculous.
The apostles and pioneer preachers
were all enthusiasts.
The successful inventor is an enthu-
siast.
So is the successful teacher.
Bryan could never have made hii-
wonderful campaign had lie not ,een
an enthusiast.
The successful farmer must also be
an enthusiast.
Our advice to our readers is to make
a specialty of osoe line of work. He
will soon become int(rt!ted in it and
will want to.excel.
In a little while he will l'ecome an
enthusiasmi," and his success will date
from that hour!
Joe Jefferson and Billy Bowlegs.
Mr. Joe Jefferson ikgoing to lie giv-
en a unique entert-tinnl:.- inl the
shape of a dance by Hi'ly JIokwgs
and his tribe of Seminole Indians.
His real name is Hlatter Micco, and
he is the great nephew of Micanopy
who stood first among the Florida
chiefs in the -eminiole war, and is a
linealdescendant of Vitachlut who
fought DeSoto, and of the family that
governed a wide territory in Florida
long before Columbus s tilcd from l'a-
los.
The scene of the dance wil ibe Htin-
ne-no, in tlie eastern edge of tlhe
Everglades. Around the camp a
number of palms rear their straight
trunks like sentinel warriors crownedI
with headdresses tlhitt quiver in the
slight breeze and shine in the moon-
light that glitters on tlie wide wa:.trs
of winding waterways and tips tlhe
lilypadls and giant grasses with -ilv\tr.
It is an ideal spot for such a scene..
Afar thie hoot of tile bittern souud-
like a war drum, and the scream of
the heron tells that the alligator has
missed his prey. The surrounding
views have suffered no change, in-
deed, since the cannibal ('arrliees


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Call for Second Democratic Primary.
A stciond delio'ratit primary, un-
der ilt hrule- of thlit State DI),m',cratic:
E?(xtcutive cot lnmittee, fir lthe ,purpose
of naming a ominty cv'1 :i-'i'er for
th:it-f irth coni iii- ionit-', dii<( i.-t of
Mari, n coiiiioiy, is ihern 1y called iin
ea' h priecrint 1 ,f Mtario; cm tliiiy 'fi l
Tlhie volit pine in -wh precinct
-hlall le, titht s ai ln tl .ri.;!; ry3 of
November >, l'.'o, when I- .* --ilihe, :i andl
w\ven not lpi-ibt,t', then :li niar to tie
olh voting place as Tmay I .
The diilmiocr.tic' executive cofnl it-
tcenian of eeacli 'precinct -Iall ianime
three impair:iai ;ind di.-s-retet demo-
crats as i -i,-ectors of el,'tioll iln ii-;
o(iAII I'pr 'ilit( who -hall colitildl,' lie
,riiii:iy as pr.ovid(d 1-y thiie rule s.
Thie poll. shall open at o'clo *k a.
rm., and close at 4 o- lok p, nt., lunle-s
the time 1ie enlarged o~r dlininishlie
1y the dem.ocrattiv luls in the r. spect-
i\',. pre -fii(tt to im et lt eir iailj
ineed.l-.
t'il- inspiectos shll turn. v ht 1 made, sigised andl sealed
up, to tlh precinct conimitteemnan or
his proxy, who shall fori. rtl it to) the
chairman or secretary of the commnit-
tee at O)eala.
The ':tandidates to be voted for at
this primary are N. A. Fort, of Gra.
hamville precinct, and W. IP. Wil-
liamson, of Salt Spri,,s precinct,
there having been no election of conm.
missioner in the fourth district in tlhe
November primary, aid these two
candidates havitrg been thle two hi Ih-
est candidates for that fjlice in said
district. N. M. A I.I.tEI,
Chairman Co. Dem. iEx. Corn.,
Marion (Conty, Fia.

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Hon. Jahn W. Kern spoke at the
Jefferson banquet, and spoke of Bry-
an and the "rank and file" as fol-
lows:
"It is the rann and file, which, tired
of the domination of a
few men, in 1896, lit-
erally took possession
of the democratic par-
ty, and made it in
every sense a party of
the people.
"Speaking, I be"
lieve, for the rank and file of democ-
racy everywhere, 1 want to say to all
men who are interesting themselves
iun party organization, or reorganizi-
tion. that any attempt in any quarter
at any time to belittle the splendid
and heroic service rendered 'by that
magnificent leader, the grand tribune
of the people, W. J. Bryan, in the
campaigns of 1896 and 1900, or to cast
stigma or reproach upon him in any
degree, however slight, will meet
with quick and stern rebuke from the
millions of democrats who followed
his banner in those memorable con-
tests. While the rank and file of the
great democratic party has honored
other leaders, it loves W. J. Bryan,
and will tolerate no action which con-
templates his humiliation or looks to
his retirement from the field of active
politics."
The O-'..... ,c *iunty commissioner"
have level litheas. They have planted
orange tr.I- ai bout the poor farm, and
have this year old the crop of i o
hoxs for $1.55 a box, putting into the
county treasury no less than $232_5.
And every cour:y inl South Florida
might le equally ,rriel'nit.-Jackson-
ville Journal
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Monopoly Drug Stere and get a frete
sample of chamberlain's s Stoma-ch
and Liver Tablets, the best iphysic.
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whooping cough. In that time
it has saved thousands of little
lives and every year it goes on
saving more. Physicians who
have tested it know Foley's
Honey and Tar is the best med-
icine for little folks and
much superior to the old time
muriate of ammonia mixtures, so
often prescribed by doctor., and
which are so often ineffective.
It's entirely free fromr opiates and
it's unconditionally guaranteed.
Little folks like it.
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SOIttee


4Nineteenth ?***
H rtory In the
Geltur Past One

:t nur JHundred Years j
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Th' century olWned with the great I
NafImleonic wars- As a leader of arm lesI
tilh' great Corati tu.*vt'r ctuait l 1i'
matchd. Wellington w-it! r*-a'tmn in that
vra I .I ra 4)D[1 of his '%. I(II:0*1 1x. t 1, -A.
UFrend i in tme eninsulat :ir :zia- Ilite
defeat of NapoleoU at Wante.rkicee
(4I lthe continent of ltrcgw e OiI
Ml*v. th- Gjerl Irman tI'a in the
I'ranco-llrussiio war- stazn m!' ,I.-
nuaster In the latter half tit i.? (ii'tow
4;vnerat Grant giee- 1 his st:nait' Ile
side that of the great leaders of modl
orn times. Stvit and Zactaar% Taylor
wvre ltse hereS otit 111v licduifn lwar
Slierniua. *Z-hriolan. Thc'iia: tolhdrl E
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N:tp piiinnII: urniu cf M 'oscow.
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Pr rry's na-~al v ieory on Lake ;-::!'.
Ni;>. .l:on .crfaTted at I.tI'e-ic nit
fcre-.'d t treat to Franoe.
TI1', l"r,'lai armies driven frro-"in
Spain ny \"We!irlgton.
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,attles of Lundy's Lane. Plattsbura,
anid lIl:d nsl;surg: capture of thl. cv ty Af!
Wal-hi;.rton by thlte lritish. Ilaltimynre
attact.icol. lritish niovtel o.:i New Or
Ilans: .ackl;on's first battle.
Treaty of (Ihenot. concrut.ding peace be-

Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
bealtety Klrneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
rt A rf' blood purifiers. they fil-
I ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
cf order, they fail to do
F their work.
Pains, aches and rheu-
matisTm come from ex-
cess cf uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heat beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble. because the heart is
over-v:crking in pumping thick, kidney-
poisrned blocd through veins and arteries.
It ur:d to be considered that only urinary
trculel~s v-ere to be traced to the kidneys,
but r;o modern science proves that nearly
a':, c:.s:;:u*i=nal diseasess have their begin-
r.i-:- i.n .dne- trouble.
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tween the United States and Great
Britain.
IsiS.
Battle of New Orleans. Naval con-
ficts Ih.,twPcn the United States frigate
Constitution and the British sloops
Cyanr and L.evant.
War with Algiers.
Napoleon escaped from Elba to France
and re *.stal'lished Lis empire. Battle
of Waterloo Napoleon imprisoned at
St Helena
Naval battle of Navarino and defect
of the Turks by the allies, resulting to
the independence of (rreece.

iack HIawk war.

Mass'icr of the Alamo. battle of
San Jacinto and independence of Tex-

End of the Seminole war.
Dorr's rebellion in Rhode Island.
End of England' opium war In Chi-
na, cession of Ilongkong and opening
of five treaty ports.
\'ar \ithl Mlexico
1I47.
Battles of Buena Vista and Chapul-
tep.c. Mexico. and capture of the Mcs-
ican capital (Genernl Zachary Taylor
led the American forces at Buena Vis-
ta. Get'nral Wintield Scott the armies
which captured the City of Mesico.

Treaty of Gundalupe lidnlgo; end
of thie Mesien:n war.
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egi,.intlig of the Crimean war. First
use of ,!lated warships; famous chinre

of the Li s t tri-.'i :t',T r .nl;ail ava andi
st'u- ,of '.t::i\ :'t>iin ,.
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Trat.ty of P'i':L a:1 l f t!.- 4'ri:it:'t.
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I n!'pt..ta'lt tine at? ic f Et rl'iIta shrUatory
li.Atstin-iI Umienl.."y. l' :ii1'e, Italy and
Turlzcv.


Blritish dis.istcri- at NKhartum. in t.
Sudan;: death of CGeictral Gordon.

War between China and Japan; bat-
tle of the Yalu.


ISIS3.
End of the war between China and
Japan: treaty of peace at Simonostki.
Insurrectio n nCuba.

United States battleship Maine blown
up In IIavana harbor Feb. 15. War de-
clared by the United States on Spain
and volunteers called out In April.
Naval 1::bttle of Manila May 1. Battle
at Saltitngo July 1. Cervera's fleet de-
stroyed July 3. Santiago surrendered
July 17. Spain sued for peace July 2;.
etnce protocol signed Aug. 12. Malnila
captured Aug. 13.
ISM9.
Ti-cty of Paris between the United
States and Spain. Spain evacuated
Cuba.
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In may aspects Scroful sa d tion are alike; they develop from the same gen- S M .
end ca ea, both r hereditary and dependent upon an impure and im-
poribd blood uply. In consumption the disease fastens itself upon
the ungt; in Scria the gland othehe neck and throat swell and suppurate, causing ugly running so ;
the eyes are infamed and weak; there is an almost continual discharge from the emr, the limbs swell,
bones ache, and white swelling is frequently a result, causing the diseased bones to work out through
the skin, producing indescribable pain and suffering. Cutting away a sore or diseased gland doea no
good; the blood is poisoned. The old scrofulous taint which has probably come down through several
Generations ha polluted every drop of blood.
Scrofula requires vigorous, persistent treatment. The blood must be brought back to a healthy
condition before the terrible disease can be stopped in its work of destruction. Mercury, potash and
V. other poisonous minerals usually given in such cases do more harm than good; they ruin the digestion
and leave the system in a worse condition than before.
S. S. S. is the only medicine that can reach deep-seated blood troubles like Scrofula. It goes down to the very roots of
the disease and forces every vestie of poison out of the blood. S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known.
The roots and herbs from which it is made contain wonderful blood purifying properties, which no poison, however powerful, can
long resist. S. S. S. stimulates and purifies the blood, increases the
SA- VE TiH E O.mS lL R. appetite, aids the digestion and restores health and strength to the
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"S -. 4- V 7,7 .


At~t mA Chronological

,n 1 Review A I&


of theo

N eteeth World's ,

:l Hirtory In the


[2outinued from 5th page]
one. As an executive he was noted for
firmnes and decision of character.
strong common sense and latriotism.
183.ll
evolution I France and accessoion
of LoulmsPhfllppe.

Duke of Relchlsadt, only Asn and
beir of Napoleon I. died. In 1804 four
monarchs seated on imperial thrones
were cousins-germuan of the Duke of
Rteichstadt. Thnse' ~ere Pedro II of
Brazil. Francis .oseph of Austria. Na- I
poleon III of France and Maximilian
of Mexico.

Isabella 11::,.i-nded the throne
of Spain; beginning sf t'Iet Carlist rev
olution.

Victoria :--tled tn ihe throne of Eng
land na the ag,, o f 1 .

Death of Talcyrand. F rench states- J
man, active in Napoleon's councils.
Revolution In France and overthrow
of the monarchy; louis Napoleon elect-
ed president.
Franelis Joseph ascended the throne
of Austria.
Issi.
Second French empire, established by
Napoleon Ill.

Alexander II ascended the throne of
Russia.

William I of Prussia crowned.
Lincoln Inaugurated.

Maxinilian crowned emperor of Mex.
leo.
1805.
As-assination of Luincoln.

Defeat and death of Maximilian, emo
Iwror of Mexico.

f;rant inauu-rated president. In ac-
knowledgement of his service in the
war G(rant was commissioned lieuten-
ant general in IS64 and general in 18061.
1870.
Napoleon Ill dethroned; republic es-
tablished in France.
Amadeus ascended the throne of
Spain- .
1871.
William I of Prussia crowned em-
peror of Germany.
I1873.
Amadeus altic:ited the throne of
Spain; Casnelar president of the repub-
lic which followed.
1874.
Alfonso ascended the throne of Spain.
IS7U.
Queen Victoria proclaimed empress
of India.

Hlumbert crowned king of Italy on
the death o" his father. Victor Emman-


Garthrl fid n al: adeed president and
:a ssas-sin rartel.
Alexande: 11 of 1:ussia assassinated
and Alexauider HI! elevated to the
Shron-e.
Wilamh of I Pir; u, t Villiam I of Ger-
I':::'-" : sl.'v- ,u Ib Frederick IIl, who
d.,it :lfte. i ;*(i'tl of three mont ts; ac
eperor of \i'ilimani I!.

pireln; t ena (i dot of Prance asrsas
stl awld 0 0

Alns anmsertn of Italy assassinated
by Qu anart hist.

4.ASTERS iN LITERATURE, ART AND
THE DRAMA
The hilsto- of the literature and art
u: b period tI.:I lie read in the names
::,-:'t il | t i tiL' roll .f fame. Below
tus: det :?tl *'S, poets, actors and
s t, :', iiin: tei th century, ar
d ,l er ;La Ito thel date of death.


I.
vi'i ;' E lisl aclor

i -.i i >l .. :. ,i, :actor.

S' :o' the. two of
S: of the early cei-
,
l :',: .::1. ; :. lish actor.

:arles Y:: -.::'.lish actcr.

.:ti: We o' '.erlcan lexico;r-
:.. ii' : \:-.in, .. :. Allston. American
*' :rt< r.-
l:tol' :t SquthiAlfe3 -t.: laureate of Eng-
iand from _151.; tio 1,13. Southey,_Cole-


The Mother's Friend.
('hambei-!ri :.- uighlRemedy is the
..ither's favorite. Lh is, pleasant and


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Pwst One

Hundred Years



ridge and Wordsworth were called
"poets of the Lake school" because
they resided In the lake district and
sought Inspiration from nature.
18"5.
Choptn, musical composer.

William Wordsworth, poet laureate
of England.
Balsac. French novelist.
1831.
Cooper. American novelist.
Audubon. author of a famous work
on birds.
i85as'a.
Junius Brutus Booth. actor.

Charlotte Bronte (Currer Bell).
18 ,7.
Hiram Powers. American sculptor.
Agassiz. American naturalist.

Itachel. French actress; performed
in America.
1835.
Washington Irving. W. H. Prescott,
the historian: Hunmboldt. Gernian nat-
uralist and explorer; Lord Macaulay,
English essayist and historian.

Thackeray.
t564.
Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Walter Savage Landor.
18]7.
Pitz-Greene flalleek.

Lamartine, French historian.
Saint-Beuve, French author.
ISTO.
Dickens.

Dumas (pere).
Edwin Forrest. :ictr.
D'.Auligue. histior;: o. f tit' reforn-ia-
liou.
i'-7a.
.hln Stuart Mill. IE.lli, philoso-
phlier.
lilIvt r L.tvion, 1l';3t!!;:ii iniE:st. .
L.andseer. Elnglish ;i p'.iil pailltr.
Macready. English li tor.


Guizot. French historian.
Miheiilet. French writer.
Katilbacb. German pai:inter.

HIans Christian Aidt-irsen.

Charlotte Cushn;imu.
ISohn Lo p 77.
John Lothrop Moiticy, Ame


erican his-


torlan.

George Eliot.

Carlyle.

Longfellow.
Emerson.
Darwin.
1883.
Richard Wagner.
Dore. the il.iusl;ati(.;
I !ti .
Georlge I'::;:: !. .\Amet icti historian.
James tussl. I.,\:cl'l.


Tennys~t-a
W~hitt ier


Edwin io,,tlih
Frace-'. Ai ne Kmbiile. famous nc-
tress, wiho retired from;n the stage in the
fifties.
1 4.
Oliver Wenidel! li;h1les.
I S1M;.
Harriet lechler t..\vwe.

The Century la Iliatory.
The story of that century which is
now drawing to a close will. I venture
to think, prove to be one of the most
Important volumes in the whole his-
tory of civilization. I do not say that-
it will be one of the most brilliant,
for thore may have been centuries
which tlashld a broader and a brighter
light over the world's fields of intel-,
lectunl a-d i moral darknesss; centuries
of more st a tlini e.ni''est, oif more
sudt elIn c-l:::ult,-; centuit i',s even of
greater trimnlnlis in literature and in
art 11Mut tie nineteenth century has
been a time of growth and of develop-
mnent in all the paths of civilization
such as thet world's history has liardly
ever seen rivaled and. in the applica-
tion of science to the everyday needs
of humanity., '.as never been equaled
When the century opened, there seem-
ed to be a vast. impassable. Impene-
trable region of darkness, a cloud cov-
ered "No Man's Land." dividing the
old civilization from the new. Asia
and Africa appeared to have nothing
to do with modern civilization except
as a subject for the reader of history
or as an exploring ground for the trav-
eler. Egypt was the land whither Eu-
ropeans with a taste for antiquities
went to study the pyramids and the
sphinx. India was even still looked
upon as the country to which enter-


newer worid f Awtr Ated
for nothing at alL It woulW hardly be
too mueb to say that the whole work
of modern science which has to do
with the practical affairs of everyday
life has, so far as it has got. been ac-
complished in the nineteenth century.
Of course, there were great scientific
discoveries made in the definition and
the application of natural laws to hu-
man life at various periods, early and
late. In the history of the, world. which
each succ' diill -n-1 1ratiohii l'is only
confirmed ..1n 1 exi in14h'1l. I1, what I
wish ) to poini out is tlhll Ithe pirnlEtical
scienllr of il:(. tiiiin'iri, itl ..ll' 'rv hIns
made iort, it' ii:,i.:g in l!it ordilinary con-
ditions of hlin:in Il l :htn wvr;is made
by any (c-luriy or ill the centuries
which went Iefore it.-.iustin McCar-
thy in St. iouis Globe-Democrat.

MISCELLANEOUS REVIEW.
1801.
The union of Great Britain and Ire-
land took effect.
1t"s.
Insurrection in Ireland; death of Rob-
ert Emmet.


Alexander Hamilton
by Aaron Burr.


killed In a duel


Dissolution of the German empire
and founding of the empire of Austria.
I810.
Beginning of the revolutions of the
Spanish-A erica n republics.

Chile revolted from Spain and set up
a republic.

First stcami pias.sage across the At-
lantic made by the Savannah. which
sailed from New York to Liverpool in
20 days.
New Grenada and Venezuela formed
a republic under Bolivar.
182i.
Mexico declared her Independence of
Spain.
Greece threw off the yoke of Turkey.
Napoleon died at St. Helena.
1822.
The United States acknowledged the
Independence of the South American
republics.
1S23.
President Mcnroe established the -
Monroe doctrine by declaring in his
annual message that "the Americanl
continents are not to be considered
subjects for future colonization by any
European power."
1824.
I'eru hecaliie a repnuilipc: a -; a result of
the battle of Ayacucho.
1.%37.
RebellionIIIi C.na]l1. Pro ialiuation
of strict Duciitality by I 'iet-iik-iit Van
Ilurii.i.
Fiiinanciail paiiiin ii tIhe UnLited States.

D1)illitllies in l.'lhina uii acculit of
tlihe iilltroIi) .ictnion l t' oiiinm by the Eiieng-
lish.
Naipol',ii's~ i'ni iis removed from St.
lelehna to Pai'is.

Sir Jo1hn .Fraiikliil's arctic expeditiont
sailed on its (d i.i'.itroli s voyage.

YWar of repunldlican uprisings in Eui-
rope;: siic< ssfi1I ill Fran-e., itineiporarily v
so in llHI-un11ary utider lthe laolership of
.oulis Kossitli,. but a failure in Ger-
many..
1850. .
Invasion of Cuba by filibusters from
the United States I.'il by Lopez.
Claytoli-Iiulwcr ship eail ltrevaty.
I.51. !
First great im.h ria itili:i-l ,x.hijitiv!i
opt-rle iu I.t .>';:
I s-.,2.
\\'V i kl'. s e .ir ",1 t,'. l i'' -:;:i |i iact.
N'\w Yf'k


,1'.l... iJi~


185 '.~
8; :sls, ut.t'ied Spain
( U'
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I';an ti' .,:: rili i y to Sea
\V;;. s lii '::s.e iig expetlition in


'iui lcal ipa:nic in e United States.

John Brown raid.

The Great Eastern, the largest ship
in the world, arrived In New York from
Liverpool.
Prince of Wales visited the United
.-States.
Election of Lincoln; beginning of the
civil war.

Suspension of specie payments; first
greeLli:acks.
Serfdom abolished la Russia by Alex-
auder I.


LoII-lutL

EIIIJ~l(illiatitn wl %*It inltoPfifeCt.
V-67.1
Sccoud i Inrnational exhibition


Hay s-Tlldeo electoral
tied by a comlmssion.
Centennial exposition
obla


The United Slttes life saving service,
first exclusively governmental estab-
.llshinnt of tluh kind in the world.
founded by congress.
Itusident Chinese embassy establish-
ed in WA\;iligliion
Third Frentih international exposition
opened in Paris..
1879.
IesiUlpthiot of specie paymenIS in
the United States.
1491.
United States and Chilean crisis.
Is189L
World's Columbian exhibition at Chi-
cago.

Arbitration treaty between the United I
States and England.

Growth of the Valte Slates.
The twelfth census of the United
States shows the population of the
states and territories to be 72220.
In 1800, when the second census was
taken, the country had 5.308,483 Inhab.
Itants. The growth In each decade of
the century is shown by the following
results of census computations from
1810 to S10, inclusive: 1810, 7,239.881;
1820. 9.633.882: 1830. 12,866.020; 1840,.
17.069,453; 1S50. 23,191,876; 18W0, 31,-'
443,321; 1870, 3S.549,534; 1870, 50,155..
7S3; 18M. 63,04'.,750.
The history of the United States in
the nineteenth century is one of active
growth and development unparalleled
in the record of any other country ii
the world. From a line of states along
the Atlantic coast the area has been
extended across the continent and this.
vast domain peopled as if by magic.
The country has triumphed In three
foreign wars and survived a stupen-,
dous civil conflict Commerce and
manufactures have flourished, art, sci-'
ence and literature have been fostered.
and valuablee inventions have succeed-
ed one another.
To the original domain have been
added during the century: Louisiana
(purchase). 1S03. 1.171,931 square miles;
Florida (purchase). 1845. 59,2;S miles;
Texas (purchase),. 184. 37,5.2.) square
miles; froin Mexico (.e ssion). 1S.48. M54.-
7S3 square iiiil-es; Alahika f(irchase.
18,67, 57.0,I)0 sqluai-v miles; Hawaii.
1Si."1. 6.740 square niles; PIorto tic, I
ISls, :,6')00;; G1niin. 19.). 1, s .uare
miles; thi, Philiipint siquar liltc;.s


INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES.

Slth'. -* -i''ll v'y.a ,. z io (o -ert 1'tJ t '.
st'amili)atil (len'ii t ol ruo;i ; Nev' \ iork to
Albanyv.

First ocean :;te:niship. the Savaunah.
left Sav:iannili for Liverpool; trip com--
pleted in 2(l days.

The Delaware antid liudson Canal
comll:pany operated a railroad at tiU*r
coal uines at llonesdale. 'a.. with a
locomotive made in IEngland.

First passenger train in America
drawn iby a locomotive run at Balti-
more.
Chloroform discovered by Dr. Guth-
rie, an American.
is34.
Invention of the mower and reaper.

Charles Goo'lyear invented vulcan.
iz! I r;ll;t .
I ;: ::'re' in ent' I I,;1 photograph.
1 ;t,!< l h i;' ( vi !''r d l i A1 .\ i: tral:a.
I 1 4 .


l';. I- : T, -fill:(. *.l ':,-ii h set-at from
Bal to


1-. 3 h', : .; ;,; 1'hiac tt- ii' ettied.

I;-. e-, ofr gol Ca:llifornia.

i:-.c. (t1 th' northwest passage
1,y O'Ci).;!i McClure of the British
navy

II. I'.-,* maki, .. --n by passing cold air
through iiiuid iron; known as the
"Bessemer process."

Atlantic cable completed.
187.
Invention of the telephone.
Exploration of the Kongo river by
Stanley.
1879.
Edison exhibited his electric light.


ln Pblladl-


% CePtury of (;rent Progrers.
Ti'h century now ending has been
full fir sad events. but it has also pro*
d; ,-,1 r',.re tla-n all pr,'ecce-ing centn-
r:i -; t:) n::!., htuni:a:i life easier and hap.
pihr l)iscovery, invention. education
and culture have at the same time mul-
tiplied tlhe food supply and the com-
forts of life for the masses of the peo-
pie and have developed philanthropic
sentiment to such an extent that the
hard conditions of former times are
largely obsolete. Ignorance, poverty.
suffering and imprisonment are now
mitigated greatly by the increased ma-
terial prosperity of most civilized races
and by the increased disposition of In-
dividuals and states to share with the
unfortunate the proceeds of the In-
creased productiveness of labor helped
by machinery.
The luxuries of the rich in 1800 art
the necessities of life for the poor In
1900. There has been In this regard a
large amount of progress In the cen-
tury now ending. So far as the happl-
ness of life depends upon material con-
ditions, it has been greatly promoted.-
Baltimore Sun.


Dyspepticide.


*E xp*.I- thi* ixidut. eLrry'is 4#f dy-pi p-
sia fironi ihe systeii, atl solutely curet-
the disease and causes the stomach to
furni-h healthy blood for tihsue and
nerve building. I)yspepticide thti
dilfers from other remodies. Anti-
Monopoly Drug 8tore. aI

SteekhelMers' Westifg.
The annual meeting of the O*ala
Foundry and Machine Works will be
held at the office of the company in
the city of Oe la, Fla., on the second
Wednesd ay, the 9th of January, 19Wl,
at 11 o'cW!ok a. III.
N. W. HARI.ON, Pres.
F. E. WETi-RI:EI., See. 12-2s "'t


ia


First (Clilnes'l embassy t,)o thl west
arriveil in 1Washington; treaty con-
eluded.
Revolution in Cuba; beginning of the
Ten Years' war.
18609.
Pacific railway completed.
Su"e- canal opn"dl.


Weather
in the United St!ate


servicee established


IS72. /
Disputes between the United States
and Great Britain over the Alabama
,l .. <, ci .. afl-


MirMteltrie wr"

X rays dIavered

Gold discovered In the Kb ilMem

DISASTERS ON SEA AND LAND. .
1811.
St. George and Defence wrecked off
Jutland; 2.000 drowned.

Great fire In New York; 629 houses
burned, involving a loss of $1S,000,000.
1842.
Earthquake In Santo Domingo; 5.009
deaths.

Earthquake In Italy; 14,000 deaths.
3871.
Chicago devastated by the greatest
fre ever known on the American cow-
tunent; $,Ooi000 In property destroy.
ed and 10,000 people made bomeulm.
ismt
The richest buslomes quarter of Be*
ton devastated by fire; lcm 99A00M

The Atlantic wrecked on MeaMghe
rock; 500 live lost.
Ville de Havre wrecked; death", 226

Cimbria wrecked off Holland; t4W
drowned.
Tornadoes and floods In the United
States: volcanic eruptions in Italy and
the island of Java: destructive fresh-
ets in centrall Eturope; cholera epideruic
in Egypt.

Series uf dttruct!ve earthquakes at
Charleston: pro'urty loss In the city,

I.Sl .M.
Great blizzard in the United States.
S141%1).
Warship disaster at Samoa.
Johnstown flood: over 2,000 deaths.

Victoria sank. carrying down 40C
men.

Elbe wrecked; 330 deaths.

La Bourgogne wrn-cked in collision off
Balifax: 5W0 deaths.

West Indlan hurricane and tidal
wave nearly destroyed Galveston;
about 7.004) deaths and a loss of $25-
O)000.o0 in property.
DI)o-ks of the North German Lloyd
and the ocean steamers Saale. Bremen
and Main burnetl in New York; 30W
deaths: property loss. $10.00..000.


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THE OCAL& BUV ,JANUARY 4.,MIi


[Cxntribmti >ns for this department m-y be
Menttc MisS M E ta Hancock, Archer, Fli., or
W. F. King, Rrt.-u a, Ina 1

That the ,object of education, in its
brnai tens-. is the most important
that 4i.s e-ver received the attention of
th-ughtful mindls will hardly he ques
Wtioeid. It has been well said that the
wealth of a u*tate consists of the virtue
of its citizeutt. Whether or uot the
forest effecting the character of the
youth are resulting in their moral ele-
vatiot, tai a whole is at least to be
questioned. Are the young men of
today, as a result of their home, street
and school training, an improvement
upon th-eir paretits? While omnle in-
di<*aiitin,' |tini t to a la--0''r fst? -e' .fa
things ti he-re are many attnditiot:s noit
existiln flfty years ago titit dte.-rvse
the earnest eontiideration **-f tit- phil-
anthropict. IAxi*:y of hoise1 :tidd
-.ahool ditwipline, the inl'rease of -all-
batih desecration, thle iuu-a: te'i.dante
of young nmen at church, the increas-
ing prevalenu-e of certain evil habits,
and the cougestl(on of population inl
our citi. area few of thl-see con 1i io '5.
l*arente., opr a--lt rs and tet-l't-l-I s,
jointly. atre ire tily if -.lpoujile ill the
tlUMter. It lta Iallg ltell a tfaurre tof
regret ato ait- that there has no:t lIt., II
closer lkat i i~ mp:ithy atid et) oipl r
tie, I! '*-.l ii t the power atid iln!!t-
o-tni- it:l 'It, tore's-, we llave as:keNl a
nUllith tr off -1Iw' lailors of our -t lte la:1-
I'rp for I. ti,- r.vil-g o.f .otlidU<'ili aIt;
eluci i-mtl ****liitin itl their ptlar-,
al' artie!.--s i pp < 'i iar-itiultaltin :.i-!y it
each. -:;. thaiti edlitors applieal to
Ih. O4 them A .o- :tisit(tig hilmuelf 1to fur
their Itha :*'r- 'illu to publIisli thfle ctl
tritiu'tisli- .t -ven centts a line i'ay.
ail*e it al dvaine'. A few kindly pr i.n-
ised au sp,-e wIhen the election should
be ovq.r, and six granted our request
at s iu-, soite of them adding their
hearty etndovsa*Ieenlt of the plan. The
S-i.lPonse from many of our leading
tldu-a'to- to our request for eontribu-
tionts' hi ve Iwen all that we cou'd de-
-irv.. 'e hall I.e r1'4l to receive
ji, .;: lr- a- iMial ar'i'l -'s frottl auy
:It'* rt, <-'t, ill tle welfare of the
\a ,**.:'. e auli |l:la'et o! t le youtl.!".
.tu ** ael i1t t 1 :it l i tiste to write a
1-i artln,-l-. '"Tl',e hreo you ay,
t ,. I. -.- |,. |le ,II tl.l1- it til r." A r-
ia-'l a. ,-lt'-ititaifZ I *-- :l-:Ii tive ilUlh-
*I' i u. l mi- i l :t -+ cI.tlly tlid il-t

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k. "atop"'il.
T '. I :i -Iatae.I il i'l t- 1111am liitig
41a d a !ot lr- ct fair it is 14s i 111-s
it
Y!.ur I1tiuor %%till ia-tlt- "l.ttI ~i'a'i
this' g-'-%tta' ta.-s Off gaowl itifllUeice


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I have watched thi, thing foar a long
tiese, Msd I aty caleuvl ant I4 ither-
ately tlIxt I l-.lieve ij as l-a.d .s 4/piium suinokitng. I illn
talking ttn -t of hoys, rellent oelr. The
*t'if-t UItil Frowu Itieu is nUot, of
course, s inarkted.
"A ck-irvtte fiend will lie and steal,
just as a mcorjliiue fiend will lie and
aleal. Cigarette smoking blunts the
whole moral nature. It has an ap
palling effect upon the system. It
first stimulates and then slupefies the
nerve It sends Ioys into consump-
tion. It gives them enlargement of
the heart an'i send them to the in-
silne asyluit. I am physician to sev-
er:l ioys' s in to pIrn sritbe ftor palpitatiou of the
heart. It nine cases out of ten it is
caused by cigarette smoking. Every
i plis,'-i:mti ktn'i ', the ei:itrette he'rt.
j I IHve't' -n ,'ril2ht lo\s turned i into
duties, andl s'rai iht-f ,r x>r. lI oi.s
IoyV nimale into miserable )o iardi by
elgarelt t- smoking. I am ii~ rx Lrer-
ating. I :ima t taking the tru'h, and
'every pthysi,'i i ntl ttentrly very
t*ah-er kn *w, it."-Fioritla S.eh,,ol
Ex|oment..

A Might of Terror.
"'Awful iatxiety w,.s fIt for the
Iwi:ow <,f thef lhrve t(, iia-rAl Durliain
if M:ilthit-, lMe., wsln lithe dl sad *<'i- f o t u',ld .l t !ive* till I lll'illik,"
W Wlis. t-a it,. It liic.olnt, %who :tt-
tI 't

It faI5lit Alie siaiulal 54M)43(lie 'frq tit

K'illu-;'NewN. is- mo~a va'FV, .i-yit~iv it hInd
mlore- thanit aitae-' s-ied hetr life, AndI had
c'urt-a her of 4'alti"l ail After
thart~e-' smull (lip-a ,'".shl- :(4-lit a'asi Iv all
t*urit, f.andl its furtIher luse- comple~tetly
i 'red Iher." Tli, s inrie!ou-.sitd
vin is ue is s taranteend fto vure all I Iaf ea,
Oe~i-st :tuld 11111K ctisa'st t. Onaly Tic,* t. .11
z- 1 41 IW. 1Trnt I In tt I.s 11. il ( arret I &
(krig's drug store-. 1

Tax Assessor's Notice.
I will lie. at tile fatlloiriigll'a O5 (ill
tile fclay milladate Stato-a1Il ,'owt, if)re--
eei s'f returns '~of re -i Itawl pors nfkIl
1 ioierty, is- Ilthe I iw l'eauirt s:


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, R. BIGGS.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
(Office in Gary.Agufw.Block.)


Geo. S. Hacker Son.


R-ptJLA.L, .. Ir-UfLffARM

C ARLOS L. SISTRUNIK,
ATTOEUEY-AT-LAW.
Raoom 4. Masonic Building. ocala. Fla.. 8


R. A. BURFORD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms i and 3. Hood Block Ocala. Pla

R. L. ANDERSON. WM. HOCKRM.
A NDERSON t HOCKER.

ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Gary-Agnew Block.
OCALA, FLORIDA


EDWIN SPENCER. .
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW,
OCALA. 7-8y* FLORIDA.

R D. FULLER,
DENTIST I
Ovr Munroe& Chanbliszi Bank, Ocala, Pla.

J M. THOMPSON,

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office over Tea Pot Grocery. Opp. Montexzma..


OCAIA,


FLORIDA


G.A. NASH


Has- a New Ln9of


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CLOT II


Henriettas, Black Creponr,

Lace Curtains, and other

Furnishings,

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Ladies' Underwear,Ete.


iEvcrytt Iin Will Be Sold W\Vy

Down Fr (Cash.


N ,Vw (oods 1t4inIg Ig'('eivtd

Weekly. Give us a Call

and be CoYnvinced

That uir Pric's

arc Ri. lht.


G. A. NAS


( )( 'ALA


["LA.


MANU FACTURER

DJORS, SASH, BLINDS,
MOULDING AND
BUILDING MATEh AI

Vndo0 uad Fancy Glass A Speu;ali'

Purchase our make, whicli w-
guarantee superior to an solW
South ard thereby save
money.
O lceand warerooIna. K:r.p oppoi'te- t'uinul
street

CHARLESTON, C.


TAX DEED NOTICE.

W IRRAS \VW. C '1'(WNSENI) -1) 1 1 rE-
senteil to ti:e tax ceitirficat No. 29.,
sale of October 3. i-.'. covciing the !fllwn
land in Marion county. Florida. te-wit. 5-muth-
east quarter of-c-tioil 2-. township 12. i a't-e 23
tast, ani iIpotl '-iiti cc rtiic.'te hli;,i :lla .A ded
from ine a lax dct-atl.
l'litr.-fore. ; :. tlu t x \ .i r.t 1011 a f :;;i! ,\t '.-s
tro<;u tllt'dat-k,: ti:- :n Ltice. 11114-'-- t t';t-iial'. it
is' i iitC tiiitt I, ti i--It fl a t x dtI-l tI : .t. -'id
lands.
S l)attA.l Noa ,t:1tl' r : ; ,t .-
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ADMINISTRATORS NO TI E

OTICI- I (.V1-:N TIIAT S N
/ 1Hta l2 \ l 9; .,
I shall make my fii l I rtturnsi;. f n.- :,ccoint; t
anld apply to the county juialgt- of MatrioI; .oullnty,
Floiida, for mty discharge from the adinnis-tra-
torshi-)of the estate of James Robertsoui. de-
ce.aed. Jilv i. o..
-a lem'-,m. GEORGE 1. ROBERTSON.

MASTER'S SALE.


In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuft
of orila,. in amn. for Marion County -
II1 Chancery,
uTNDEtR AND I.Y VIRTUE lF O A DECREE
' of above court rt-ndert-d c the i-th day of
Itacenilt;r., ,.<,. I'yth:- Hlon N\. A Hocker., the
jul 1e (ft tile Circuit Count of the Filth Judicial
Cilciit of l,',ridia. in :anl 21 r 1 .1ai'ni county. iln
chancery -itt:.l in a:t ct-rt:Iin ciuse thri-Liti
Dt::dinghIli '. "a.tin CHARI.F-. M M RO\\ N i,
cUiipltinutant, an1l RJ-.NE R. SNOWDEN ;and
tlthl r-r: .int- dl. f'ndat.it-. the- tna] ,irt-a. ats
-pecial ni.aster inl chli.an, cry in .." i ta. i'u- .tu 1 t ll',l
amid ap pointedd to al.'ii.it the- LIt Xetii I. t the
- I litual dt-crr' nt-t alti th( trcinl. I 'wi. da.l
il'g th!! l .gal hull- r,, -a:l n
.I na,.I, r1, : ; // ..I /: ,,,
in onl t I the '- i ? t ',h 2 f1 { th- .'. t '! n'. -- in
i lt, l ; l:i t it t l i 1 \ !! s' I' )o lthe
a.i'ha -.t a. n l ,t ,,,- .', c; -h t;,h;t ,,r ,,f ";in
-ct't,:.l :3. fi,. rw :::+ :;; ,it ti>,. l,.r hw .t
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v, -t itt: 1 thI ,.. 1, ., "
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TAX DEED NOTICE.


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DIRECTORS.
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Suite f'f every 4eseriptllon. Special Att- tlIr.
Srid o u'irial lervioes.
%Umbalming to Order.
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4; CULLZIS, Proprietors,


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TAX DEED NOTICE.

Wtt'HRikAS W. G. .MIGr..S IAS PRF. SENTED
" to me tax certificates N ). ?. 2 antl 167 saleot
Oct. -. I,'.o coveting the loll wing land in Ma-
ri,.i county, Florida, to-VI: Srith half of
northeast qt2.rtr. r, e; 4 acrts k:4 wn as Pearson
I 1'nu tstead, cctioin 5 towi.ship Ii. range 2-
ai-o 3 chaiilns quiare in south h:a!fof north-
east quarter. known asH I'eo-rn'. lHomnestead
sec, in 5. ,to-vi..hip i range 23 also wouth hia
ot l',t 6. and 3 5o chain. east and .c .-t l.v 20 chain-,.
no'rth and .out h oiln eat side of tilIh tshlf .,f Ilt
7, s-cti n 24. t ,,n-Ihip i1. llt n 2 ?.;. and upMin
->id certificate has. (tman&.atld :r- iis me a tax
Therefore alte; th;e txpnation of thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless redeemed, it
is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
land,.
Dated Nov. 17, ;9o0.
ieal.] -.. S. T. SISTRUNK.
12-7 Clerk Circuit Court.

TAX DEED NOTICE.

W HERE4IS. IIALL BROTHERS HAVE PRE-
senttd to me tax certificates No 4. i, 2oo,
27q3,. 27t9. 27s4. sale of October 3. iS.S, covering
the following land in Marion county. Flor-da.
to-wit: East halfof southeast quarLe of north-
west quarter, section 9. northwest quarter of
southeast quarter, except io chain:, square in
southeastt corner, section 2. lot 5, and northwest
quarter of south half of lot 6, section i and 17
chains east and wtst by 11.74 chains north and
south in southeast coiner of .southwt st quarter
ol southeastt quarter section 2. all in township
-. rauie 23. and upon said certific.atc has d:-
inandel froU meti a tax deed.
Therefore. after r the exj,ira'i n, :'i.riv day-
fromn the dal.te of thi; notice, t : -- t'l~d., it
i- my1 v inteinton t. i-.sue a t,,x ,io.ed t., the said
lanmi'.
I)at<-d Nov ni.ln.r -~. I,.,i,
-'.l'i S T. -t-"I 'R K,
12 7 Cle k Cir.t;.t C atIt.

TAX DEED NOTIC-.

'IIl:RK-.'; \S W. CYI.vV\T. _I4 i1AS PRE-
NV1- t '. tdto in- t: cnti;c.,t, ; >) anid
20'?i -al .f 4).ct,btr 3. I', tV,. -',1 tIle fol-
wt 1. n:l it n M1atiion, c .'c .tt I' .;:,ia. t- -wit .
h .t h :.. f nio th0.i'st q ,ti : ., : iu' rthlast
i'; n tti i .i in lit;ast 1.:p) i t1 '- t rani i 21',--t ; I i t ,, sai,
t t !';:- dLnl .ildti d fi, i:t ;it- t.x deed.
Tfhtr i.,t alter the e'rt'ai' at :!tii;v days.
!rol tii, *..t'- *)t I n- i tc- i e'. ;. -- at.i'.. ed it
I r.y icn11t i:: i to 1 e o t.a ...i .,, ilthe said
D1 it < I t i .'. i ,, .
-*DsrT* S. T. -IS'T'''NN.
I t.lt -rk I:i.,c tl Court.

TAX DEED NOTICE
HI RIAEAS. HINRY RI.EYV HAS 'PRE-
selt-ri tom n tax t.ertifica,i No '-i ;a:d Sly
-af ,,1 ct .. i,.t',. )overing thl, t,! in:g land
iiil...;ri.n c,.unty. l']rtida, to wit. W:' iinhtlh1t'..t (ji ,rtt-r fof stuahw h r quarltr, wes'
1':6if of mitlhI\w st (ilaitt.r t f .,utt(iwA -t quarter.
s..ltit 1., towinhliip i t.'ou ith. aiiagc .'I. .*a-.t. and
oi z1 -i i 6tii,,t has .itillnaldltd ifrom me a
t;iX dt t-.,
Thilt :- I,r rafi r 0t E xpir.tii (, 1 tl:r'v taIsv
frn, i th.. d:.te (if tl:i< n,-tic.. .ti; -l r t.:* -td.'it
INy i.V ntt.;itin ,1 i-,.e t ix dif dI to the sail
Dated I> c<.:! !,r i, .


. let k'CItat-iit C. urt.


NOGTiCE OF MAST-EJ."S SALE.


Oi t Ott 'a f I. io : a ill la: II n cl Up
1 ? iig- P..!i cI ~ -i 'AeJcur.

M). hIRAND w%,vikrtU-i., aINAL
of2 -aa~ Nti A. a 1)
~a.LI I i.'.l~e .A. II k. 'c of the
rt'1tht- fifth jsi,icit I r-,iiit aif the
-!tatvtf 1,ita'ilm., iinan'I 1hr NItaroic 1.twy i.
caatlc'l ta.-iipg. I sha~lfl .2 22 1i (12wct ill
Irmiit o., 't-ht-11cau icnha:iie l..r ill 1:;*t k. I i~cal!).
1 ,.-latj\ al Mar!in -indl -:;attetatdFI ri na.f, r cash
lIte !1'ight standbt ha- ikhI.r a.'.,hiatC:,! legal




,an't -.-'tc 'd Fboni ;,la. d p. rt?(. "j:'; 'r -rtil. (
a. to,1xa.. ta--xit. Tha. 2-, lit.e :- -t 1.?!ta ttr c01
t,.ii t a tn i-, -otiutliwe~t ao:,1!-1 t r ad the
-'Ii w'--'t ,1'l.-raur of- the s : -! (aa~trAl
C 121 'e. t).thle wta41.1t1hail *q l!o )ur-
tt! it. the northea'-t ju.~rter ,' 1ith-ii rithtacst
-Iiiiiattr 1-f atitii fifteen. -Il in 1, .n~hatsIx-
tt-.'i. w.th ith 1r~a'gc tiventv.-f-ir. Ce -t c0ntaInl-
iM-'7.'0a. rt.'. ;ccoralinii to tht-I. tited !-it,tes -ur-
vt % in the -Ltae of Florida.
N. Nt A!.T.Ii El
Master in Chancery.
S'PARK.MAN Z& CARTERk,
S ,icitar-, fur Complainant. 12-7

NOTICE TO DEBI ORS AND CREDITORS


A J kY1)ITORS, LF.C;ATM-:S. IjISTktIB-
ntet.- ,n ita1114 0i'. hvirst-claints or de-
nii-a0'4 ap'in-t the Ci-tate aoflDr. S Ia tts Fagle-
toina.c :-d. nt~ rte to prte~a.:t thern to
tW- 2i~h '.' -w. l v hin orec iear aftcr the firAt
if, '?? 1.,f this :-.Icf rhi-; w,%. iR iven
tn :lo T vi 7, f.:a-f a. 'lw i ,t rut! a f- tit- rr-
I ~tl:;'122 :z ra-it t. d l the Count% ijud ge U
MARY l.bf RF ".(A.V!( 'N

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SEALED BIDS.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GITlV THA?
sealed bids will be opened by thle hNe of
Cou nty Commeiitoers at their actbetitgis Jae-
nary next as oltlowb:
District No. i-One read overseer.
District No. s--Three road ovrseers; one for
Flemington and Fairleld district: o e for
Blidchton; oe for Cotton Plat, Martel, Cmp
Isard, Romeo and Danaellon.
District No. 3-One road overseer.
District No. 4-Two road o' erseers- one north
of Fort Gates road and one south of rort Gates
road.
District No. 5-Two road oversters; one for
the district west of the F. C. & I railroad, and
one f *r the east side of the F. '. & P. railroad.
Overseers are required to furnish horse and
wagon
Sealed bids will also be received at said meet-
ing of the BWard for physician for jail and poor
farm; also for all printing and advertising to
be paid for or give out by the Board during the
vear toot. the Board reserving the right to re
ject any anai all bids. S T. SISTRUNK.
1130 Clerk County Commissioners.

TAX DEED NOTICE.

'HEREASMALLOY. WEST& KELLY HAVE
presented to me tax ciriMficans No.
2734, 2749. 2755. 2679. -,)7, sale of
October 3. i.S9. covering, tht f,,::r:wirg land
in Marion county, Florid to-wit: .Suth lf of
southeast quarter section 6. twv nship :7 range
2i, so across; west half of ni.tthwet quarter
and northeast quarter of northwts quarter sec-
tion 16. township 17. range :2. Idi acres: south.
east quarter of southwest quarter: section 20.
township 17. range z2.. 40 acres; north half of
northeast quarter of section 28, township 17,
range 2c, so acres:-south half of so.th half of
southeast quarter section a21, towt ship 17. range
20 8o acres, and upon said certificate have de-
manded from me a tar deed.
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless redeemed, it
is my intention to issue a tax dced| to the said
lands.
Dated November 26, 190o.
(Seal) S. T. SIS'1RUNK,
12 7 C'lerk Circuit Court.


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