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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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 11, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
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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Volume ID: VID00570
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."



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aEg'.~-.; for (ivtriwior Jt-e n i.i_ .
We-tve- ym money on drugs. and
, It 11 t:y tvhe Iti-t. .arrett ?uiid 'erig
-i tilef recent rainu so)ie oif our
;7ati.m loads aie greatly in need of re-

Mr. Harry Lloyd left Monday for
Wacr<-. where he has accepted a Ipo-
4(too 0.
W M. or. Augu-a, a promnineut
?-iy. of q Ja'k-o': vi lI. was tII (cala
L,' n.;e -'l ward-. formerly ,of thi-
ty, hut i.-w of Faitti-idl. wa- in-
wr .lModiiay.

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Pleasant Purgative P. ie-t obtain
*j b*altel. Nothing betterr Price.
'., cen s. at Tyling.u & 't-.
Mr. amti Mrs. W. WV. Ha nes, of
-hi- _-ity, vi-itt-d friends in Jack',n--
-iUedLuring thit New Year holidays.
Mrs. A. L. Finch and daughter,
.rs. Mason., have gone to Jackson-
vwtle, where they will spend tlie next
-riar tlkinthts.
idaitotr (o,,dwin. of the G3ainesville
TNews, wa- in (OSaa Saturday. His
iuniion of tihe future of Florida is en-
"i/elyF "I t i:istic.i
Mr. FIauk Cullens. one of the pro-
rietors f the Windsor, is fast build.
u: up a rt mutation as being the best
h"st-'! man in Florida.
Capt. IH B. Richardson, for a long
".m. a r,'-.ident of this city. i- niow
-i--tiun' Mr-. Willard in the mana.e-
-ltit I.f ti. I l:an at Hnomosassa.
Mr. 11. L.. Northcott, tlie popular
ta'ncing 'ia-ter, arrived in the city
.X.-t Satuiday. lie organized his class
it tli.' ainrmory yesterday afternoon.
Mi. U0 ristian Ax, of Baltimore,
Iw ,,( owns the Meadows Land Im-
iravemel.t Company, is visitingg
Sf~,rida. lie is accompanied by his
Mr. N. J. Johanson, agei forty-five
year-, died at the home of his father-
:'-i~w. -Dr. 1'. F. Brown. in B rtow.
; ;-k Friday morning. January
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.ky A-ha Hitter, courts the kid-
r,~ii;l, lht liver an4d pturilics
.,we!-. A valuable .svystt-i
At'ti-Monop.'oly Dritg Store,
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We do no; sell goods at cost.,Ibut do.

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a 'I~d. w-1 rua.:-t vt-fluent (tfli
*v. n ti a latey tv -een 1'1er-
i Ia. za ru-t 11i'ed It' tie
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The farmers near Ocala are prepare.
paring their lands for oats. It is es-
timated that a large acreage will be
planted this season. This is a very
profitable crop and one that is cim-
paratively easy to make.
Mrs. J. I.. Holliday and children
have arrived from Indianapolis, Ind.,
and will spend four months in our
city. They have renteil the Finch
houle. Mr-. lHollilay is a Mi-ter of
MIs. Herlert'n.
Tie- BIl!#-iew News-Letter says
tl;:*t I -lb.-vie-w was th.- tir-t town in
Marinu county tV. wel'',m,:i the advent
o;f te itnew .iitury baby and I andler
wV-. ( tie se.-',:,t. Andl s) far :is e
know thi-c'aisZ :are unli-p uted.
Mr. Hephiill, of the Atlanta Con-
stitution, is one of the teachers in the
Methodist Sunday school in that city.
So is Mr. Edmund WV. Martin, for-
mtrily of this city, who is also one of
Atlanta's most prominent attorneys..
Queen Anne Hair Tonic is the best
preparation for cleaning the scalp and
promoting the growth of the hair.
Now is the time for dandrutr. Tnais
tonie will keep the scealp clean and
healthy. Tydingi! & ',Co. 1
The solid v.-..tibuled limited train
fritn (hi'ago to St. Attgustire, wa-
iti:nucurated liast Monday. It runs
.,>ver tihe 'htiica-o and F-'.sttrn Illi-
i,i-, i !",,' :'l. tlhe l.')U -''. ;Il.... ant l

N -lbvil* r',a,:l a il the. Plant S ,.;,;:.
I)r. H I' "it' Sat;lr, y ::;il wa.- kept I 'sy -.: iit,.r
handi-, w- il ii- iititt ..r,'us friet-ll-. It.
will no dotubt i.e tratifyit.- to hiis
friend t' know that lite has
entirely 'rt covered from hlii- r'tcnt illn-
Mr. II. T. s:pootner, an ,old resident
of Stanito'., on Lake Weir. but muorn-
recently of Boston. is on a visit t-'
Florida. andt inci'lenitally looking af-
ter his property. We hope lie will
conclude to rehabilitate his orange
Mr. Jol'n T. Lewis, the popular
pios-tmaster of Moss BlutI, was in
Oala Monday and Tuesday. Hle left
Wednesday for a trip to Key Largo.
He will tell of that favored section of
Florila through the columns of the
Ocala Banner.
Stafford place, the l-eautiful winter
home of NIr. W. C. Carnegre, tive
miles from Duungeness. was ahnliot to-
j tally destroyed by tire last Saturday.
Very little of the furniture was
saved. The iuanu-ial loss i- stirnia-
t .,i at $ '>!,,*' t.
J. A. Liutnibert, of l%,:hel, N. C.,
writ s-: "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
has done me." Accept no substitute.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
The Friendship Masonic lodge at
Martel recently elected the following
afiiers: (C. Y. Miller, W. M.; J. A.
Mclver, S. W.; J. S. Weathers. J. W.:
L. L. Aikin-, treasurer; H. W. Long,
secretary; B. I. Freymouth S. S ). ('.
A. Carter. J. ).: and J. M. I.. t'art-r,
The Burleigh reaplortioninent bill
las passed and Florida gets one mor'"
ct,,nrre'smsllan-i congressmanli .at-Iai ge.
Possessing meni like B'juford. McColn-
athy, Anlderson, Reardon, Gi eeI,
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WXe take lo!ea-,tire in atmouneing:
t1h'tA fo r t h- rc- n t 'year I he j 'A (Cl-
pir"Itu.i-vt -f oI ( )ca:i' I t.iu rer ivil Ibie
tliulder the dirt-cti''n of Mr. WV. S.(


Md h e neI ImerII o 1 I mIlesomeI

Our New City Administration.
Mr. M. Fishel, Ocala's newly elect-
ed mayor, assumed the duties of his
office last Tuesday afternoon, the
oath being duly adaiiuistere1 to him
by the retiring iu:myor, Hon. W. S.
On Tuesday i:ght the o(ll council
held it last meeting, antd after finish-
ini uip it- business, adjourned sine
Ont retiring, Judge MN1-(olnathy, the
president <,f the body, expressed his
dtep --ie of trn'.titude ftr the honor
bestowe d on lhim and thanked the
meniltrs for the uniform courtesyand
kindness in which lie had been
The roll of the new nemibers was
then called, and Mr. I1. E. Yonge, Sr.,
was made temnilrary presiding otli-
A motion was then made to elect a
president of the council for the en.u-
ing year, and Mr. (tordon 8. Scott
was unanimously chosen.
Mr. Scott accepted the office and its
grave responsibilities with modesty
and blushes.
Mr. E. T. Helveuston was elected
president pro temr by a vote oft -ix to
The next thing done was the read-
ing of the first aniuan message of the
mayor, which proved to be a mostt
valuable document.
lie recom mend'- putting the streets
in good r-itpair and the town in thor-
oigh sanitary coniditinii in the winter
timu, s.i a: to prevent sitknirss in the
He recommendshi retiring all out-
standing scrip and indebtedness by
bonding the city, thus saving three or
four per cent. annual interest.
He also recommends the purchase
of the water works, and putting the
water works and electric light plant
under one management.
At tie close of his message the new
mayor was most heartily applauded.
The new committees will be named
at the next meeting.
The new members are E. C. ,Smitl,.
II. E. Yonge. Sr., J. II. Martin and T.
J. Owen.
A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks.
Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, vice-
president Illinois Wonan's Alliance,
in speaking of Chiami.ierlain's (Coughu

"'*"k. ..............-. lne'ty, "s;i'. "I sutiitreti with a se-
Wartimunn, Bs kin, Whit et al. to vere cl,,l this winter w which tireateneil
-helct from it will ibe :in easy matter It) run into pneumonia. I tried dif-
to have Florida likely r-pre-lcnted in I rt r die t,ut I seemed to grow
the i!.wer htuut- o(f the lext co'ilIgess'.' e, and the medicine upset my
Durivc the .-utuIner sea-on cranils stomaC<. A friend advised me to try
cm,' t:t.pot> nI. usuldenlv and rentain Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and I
unttil thle ]p;in is .iriveii way .ty a found it was pleasant to take. and it
dose tor two of Pain-Killer. the t t!e- relieved ilme at once. I am niow en-
itratedI curt fir al'. sniunmer con- tirel- recovered, saved a doctor's bill,
ihaiuln ftiomin ii:pl!, cra: plhs tto the sle and sullriug. and I will never
nuc'.t ar.gravattd f, .rs of cholera ,e withouttthis splendid medicine
S :sagin. For sale by the Anti-Monop-
motu bus or dy,-ent.rv. N, lhouz.-CholdaI
.-..ou!,l le witltut "l:e Paiit-liller. oily Drug Store. ni
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Guaranteed to Cure or no Pay

i This is a Tonic that -

Has Been '1 tried

And Don't Fail.

Only 50 cents at -

SPo-st Office Drug Store.
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For live years Mr. O'born was a
member of the firm of the Hill
Printing Company, of Eusti,, Flor-
ida, and more latterly of Gaiues-
ville, Florida, and had sole control of
its mechanical department and large-
ly gave to that printer the splendid
reputation it enjoys.
In the manipulation of ink and
type Mr. Osborn stands at the head
of the profession in Florida, and is a
geniu,- ini the printing line. All the
arti-ti. work turned out by the Hill
l'rintin )L ,Colip:iy, ioth at Eiistis
ansi (:ains-sville, was designed and
executed by him.
This department of the Ocala Ban-
ner will be improved and enlarged,
and for its success we shall depend
upon the generous patronage of its
friends and well-wishers.

In Tafferg

In Taffet


Wheu the wonderful works of crea-
tion were tiuished and God rested
from his labors, the birds sang their
sweet songs and builded their nweta
the same as they do to-day. The bee
instinctively constructed its hive and
stored its honey and the beaver built
its dam. There is no variableness nor
suspicion of change. Since there has
been a written language we learn that
the ass has known his master's crib
and the ox his stall. The ox and the
ass of the twentieth century have no
better knowledge of these things than
their remotest ancestors had. The lion
-the king of beasts-still inhabits the
jungles and refuses to be domesticated.
Five thousand years have added no
improvement in the habits, habitat,
nor habitationsof any of these created
things. Neither with the birds of the
air, the beasts of the field, nor the
fishts of the sea. But how the veil is
lifted when we approach man. Since
he was driven out of the garden by
the Euphrates with only the modest
tig leaf to cover his nakedness, note
to what heights he has climbed. He
has weighed the planets and measur-
ed the distance to the remotest stars,
and his dwelling places are of almost
celestial beauty. Can we not say that
He breathed into his nostrils not only
the "breath of life," (animals have
that,i but a part of His divinity.

Beat Out of an Increase of His Pen-
A Mexican war veteran and promi-
nent editor writes: "Seeing the ad-
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, I am
reminded that as a soldier in Mexico
in '47.and '48, I contracted Mexican
diarrhoea and this remedy has kept
me from getting an increase in my
pension, for on every renewal a dose
of it restores me." It is oueqealled
as a quick cure for diarrhoeal and is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
the Anti-Mohopely Drug8tore. m

Tax Books Open.
The state and county tax books for
li 1 are now open. Tax payers are
requested to' govern themselves ac-
cordingly. E.P. THAGARD,
Collector of Revenue.

The Best Prescription for Malaria,
Chills and fever, is a bottle of Grove's
Taste!es', Chill Tonic. It is simply
iron atpd quinine in a tasteless form.
No '-ure. no pay. Price 34) cents. t

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Winter Cucumbers.
If onet who is interested in things
horticultural wants to see something
calculated to enthuse him, we invite
him to pay a visit to the cucumber
hot house of Mr. A. A. Winer, in the
first ward, opposite the late residence
of Dr. Marean, now occupied by Rev.
Mr. Coleman, pastor of the Christian
The house is of Mr. Winer's own
design and construction and is 'twen-
ty-four feet wide by forty-eight feet
long. It is heated by a furnace, also
of his own construction. The ther-
mometer is kept at an even tempera-
ture of about sixty-eight degrees. He
has just one hundred vines. They
are highly fertilized. The pollens are
distributed by a hive of bees. The
vine., which are now eight or ten
feet high, are trained on trellises.
Tne seeds were planted about two
months,. ago and are now blos-soming
and bearing most prolifically.
'p to (late iMr. Winer has gathered
about six doAzen line cukess," and be-
fore the season is eudyd expects to
gather sev ral hundred dozens The
price per dozen is very flattering, and
Mr. Winer expects the prices not to
materially go below the present fig-
From this little side investment, to
which lie has only devoted a part of
his spare moments, Mr. Winer ex-
pects to swell his bank account in the
sum of several hundred dollars.
It is not only a source of profit but a
source of real enjoyment.

His Lite Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a won-
derful deliverance from a frightful
death. In telling of :t he says: "I
was taken with typhoid fever that ran
into pneumonia. 1My lungs became
hardened. I was so weak I couldn't
even sit up in bed. Nothing helped
me. I expected to .oon die of con-
sumption,. when 1 heard of Dr. King's
New Discovery. Ode bottle gave
great relief. I continued to use it, and
am now well and strong. I can't 5ay
too much in its praise." This mar-
vellous medicine is the surest and
quickest cure in the world for all
throat and lung trouble. Regular
sizes 50 cents and $1. Trial bottles free
st Garrett & Geria's Drug Store. Every
bottle guaranteed. 2
Free Ferry Over the O6klawaha.
A large number of the residents of
the east side of the Ocklawaha river
were in Ocala Monday and appeared
before the board of county ernmmis-
sioners to have the free ferry restored.
They succeeded.
Terkeeween is the best finimuent on
earth. Sold and guaranteed by Ty-
dings & Co. r




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The Oeals Hore will open next
The army canteen has been knock-
ed out.
Please give attention to those little
"pink" letters.
Mr. Phil Brown has returned from
a trip to Tampa.
The Railroad restaurant makes
special rates to weekly boarders.
The gros earnings of the Plant
System for the year 1900 were $4,449,-
We are glad to note the improve-
ment in the condition of Mr. Axon
Miss Herndon, of Washington, D.
C., is the guest of her cousin. AMrs.
Neil Allred.
The colored population had a daree
and cake-wal1L at Silver Springs Wed-
nesday night.
Mr. J. W. Pearson, has gone to
Harrisonville, Mo., to visit his family
for a short while.
Added to our genial sunshine is the
smiling presence of Col. Albertus
Vogt, "Duke of Dunnellon."
Mr. Chas. E. Schoeflin, of Free-
mont, Ohio, is in the city visiting his
brother, Henry E., and family.
Mr. Edward C. Carrington, of Balti-
more, Md., who was with us last win-
ter is again a guest of "The Ocala."
Mr. G. T. Palmer's mother, of
Washington, Ga., arrived in the city
Wednesday and will spend the win-
Mr. Tom Lutz went to Jacksonville,
this week to attend the wedding of
Mr. Frank Watson and Miss Mae
Mr. Josephus Munlen has returned
from Gainesville, and what is a great
surprise to his friends, he returns
- alone.
% Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 3McMillian, of
Abbeyville, S. C., arrived in 4c)ala
Wednesday and are guests of "The
Miss Mabel Taylor, a charming
young lady of Knoxville, Tenn., ar-
rived in the city Wednesday an.t is
the guest of Miss Esther Weathers.
Mr. Leon Fishel, who is holding an
excellent position in Wetumpks, .la.,
is in Ocala visiting his parents. Ht-
came in time to see his father inaiug.
rated mayor of our city.

The farmer's cotton convention,tc lbe
held in Ocala January 21, for the iur-
pose of stimulating the growing of th-
great southern staple, is a step in the
right direction and should lie largtly
When in Ocala stet into the Itail-
road Restaurant for a good dinin ir.
The Woodmen of the Wei ld are go-
ing to unveil a monument to the
memory of the late 11. K. Smith in
Greenwood cemetery next Sunday.
The Fraternal Union and Knights .f
Pythias will take part in the ceremno-
Mr. J. V. Burke spent the holiday:
with his family at his ol.i hone in
Marianna, where they are visiting.
He is still engaged in the phosph-ite
business and has rosy hopes of it- fu-
ture. He thinks those who are able
to hold on will wear diamonds.
Irregular bowel movements lead to
chronic constipation. Prickly Ash
Bitters is a reliable system regulator;
cures permanently. Aiati-Mvnt,,poly
Drug Store, speeiil agents.
Mr. ('. Hornberger has purc'hsr-dt a
lot from Mr. H. L. Ander-on in thie
block south of the market : nil is
erecting thereon a two story store
building and a bake shop in the :,ar.
That block is putting on tlhe sip:it r-
ance of a hiuatling little city.
Mrs. W. A. Hooker, who las -teen
visiting in Virginia andt ('eorgia: for:
the past few months ihas return.ei
home. She( was aveompaniedl by hir
daughter. 3iss Alice. who i-. at~inld-
ing Agnes Scott Institute. 1:-ss Alice
will remain in the city a few w\vtel-.
We are sorry -to learn that Mrs.
Glass, of LIyneliburg, Va who .am-te
to Ocala to spend the winter wi'ith her
sister, Mrs. W'. L. Jewett, was .iudl-
denly called home last week by the
serious illness of her daughter, who,
we regret to say, died befir,' Mr..
Glass reached home.
Mr. Lloyd Chaille, the popular Plant
System bazgageman, of Wa yrro-s,
Ga., was in the city a few dv;ys this
week shaking hands with his. friends.
When he returns to Wayero-. i. en,-
templates taking his mother rviih
him, where they will in future resile.
If troubled with a weak dii'-orinn,
belching, sour stomach, or if you fiel
dull after eating, try ('hamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price, -'
cents. Samples free at the Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. In
Mr. Ira S. Fattersou, the. new,
presiding elder of the Gainesviil- di--
trict, preached two very te ju.ll -' r-
mons in the Methli-,t -churcI.1h la-.s
Sunday toJarge and apppr;ciativ ct. n-
gregations. They were pronouns; ,i
the finest efforts heard in tlie N!, .-
dist pulpit since the mnemor',.'!,- r-
mons of Bishops Fitz,.erald a. ..'-

for itlionthis sltd k'nt-i iu~tib- 14t .0 t
fatal re-su~t-:ft-r tVie ptt~i.-t


Mrs. esM1M E. oelver Passes Away
After Oaly a Few Days' Illaess.
Mrs. Donald E. Mclver died at her
home in this city last Monday after-
noon at 3:10 o'clock.
She had been in robust health and
was only taken sick Thursday night
It was known that the attack was
serious, and all was done for her that
loving sympathy and professional
skill could suggest, but all to uo pur-
pose. It was impossible to stay the
dread summons, which, sooner or la-
ter, shall come to us all.
This sudden passing away of so esti-
mable a woman has caused a great
sorrow to fall upon our people, and the
profoundest sympathy is now being
extended to the bereaved husband,
the motherless children, and the oth-
er members of the desolated home.
Mrs. Mclver was born in Wake
county, near Raleigh, N. C., in 1868.
Her maiden name was Melvina
Clements. She was married to Mr.
Mclver in 1887 at the home of her
sister, Mrs. J. G. Spurlin, in Summer,
Ga., and has resided in Ocala ever
The funeral services were conducted
from her late residence, Rev. J. G.
Law, of the Presb3yterian church, offi-
The palLhearers were Messrs. B. A.
Weathers, C. S. Cullen, S. T. Sistrunk,
E. P. Thagard. T. W. Troxler and CG.
C. Frazer.
Her body was laid to rest in Green-
wood cemetery, under a wealth of flo-
ral otterings, the gifts of sorrowing
Mrs. Melver was a member of the
Presbyterian church apd an a.,tiv,.
doer in works of bI,nevolence& an1l
Before her fatal illness now here was
the sunshine of life more eff;lT(ent
than in her own home.
The large number who attended her
sadl o'-s qluies testified to the esteem
in which she was held lby our whole
colmmuity, antl her deedls o" love,
charity and affection will ltan, ie-
hind them :i fragrance that will neit.r


Oiln I nidv ~tliug :at -ix
o'clook, Mr.lFrancis I. Wie a- 'in
Nas united iln mti:i ., ia-k tt4. Mi-4 'avu
H-. Jones, at theie4- of,. 4
mn~tlc. rr P-.001!'' t c
iier of Hogana l IIIi 'Pat 'vk< '

T1he.. wytdiwrhxig, .- a very (mit ue,
only the relati v( s a tid the int irnnte
presut r. a t- ei

M1r. Wa~t,,ni lm. I ht *j.avaluh;ii
eniployev (f thit' Iollinix,trciailILf
.Jaek~sonvitl.', for i i-lit years atiu %lwnhii
inl IDeereiber, J. 9a 1tixtiieh.`i '<
bsnilk Was established in thii.- city, Mr.
W~atson was made va-li icr. He hiiAs
made many lro-ni(ls (lull ui ms!I., .!.. -
deucee uoig (It~ s, who wis~hiLitu ijoy
in his new hIapp~int~. sThe oint.' 1,
one Of J!o'vk~mJi) vi 11 lo'.fe-l iv-t anilTno-
popitilat. yout-_r -oietv girl-,411ntI oy 1I'tr
ehtariiiii'.z 14tl'd~I'-ol3it v has vlIlitz'ri .1

ijoint.'xvith M;r. -_11i M-.J. 'I..Ir.

Tt-e kothcr's Friend.
t.L hi llci ":i llv.'ri -. N .j m e-d iI 12

..if' f'n hiil.It11 nto take arnI(:Iw, t z- iit'Idd t -pIcci thy h'r
Cough-., t cro-upntj n! h~)i.

";r 'i iU1 thilt t'ul IcI11I Il atV' i,

fiuleii!!v t) a bahe za- toVau'allmull. v.oI
Salo by tiin' An ti-MNonopily Dr!uzg

An Enjoyable Dance.

hionli'ol l I'u4k~uLw Height~s .Ilr and

a 111.111110T OfI ll~t'' ytotligi people iwith

the st-as~u.. and M1rs. Stchiniteher
wterc ass-i:d in rt--evcin-tg by Mr. andl
lh~'Bvcr, Mit-. H. A. F'orduml md iss
5: ie. ~rv ''1.~ r.-were nii e co u j'his

th..l:,'td ~ii il i the rtal e niiii
hall un'.il 12 ';M-'ck, at whiiela tiflilt
31~-~ ~chrje St r t-d!a (lailitv I nChi

Vt rY :.!v'1Y c~ 'k
Mdr. n'lit, Vt-rV~ ~ *~

t llizar V an tilt
eai (L-.= ii.'\cv

IL i-. a

A Fine Showing.

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11ti~t' h~ ats tM i eri
.t ~ ~ ~ ~ !k i11' io~i m i ti' -,[-ano !Er-

l-e hif 11, 1,' 'll0'd1 IL I s0

Buildir~. n ge iiujpia e put. at 4ion.l 1
in, h tiua1* t~r~ ,iosorA ,v). Ito Vv it ( i
z:I 'talion hativing af) it Iho I dft ir veen
j:i iye1.-4 ,t e Ip -i( I tr a i i-t14 y 1 t it''is pI lie
min to i.. Ve'rle n *. 1 andit; whdanic
diruk- es l tt.' 's uiait h lmas
mid cal-uea Los iles a Gcr Citizen.i

arA Nr. V rect k t .it .
1-tiatio tha it i.A.


1 au by kpaekct Digrtioa asm Di
il th Liver and Bowdsh.

Olaa 9w" o Tra*e. I
An interesting meeting of the above
organization was held in its rooms
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
After hearing the annual reports of
the officers, which showed the great
value the association has been to the
eity, a board of governors were select-
ed for the year.
The gentlemen chosen were: Messrs.
H. A. Ford, D. S. Williams, Jas. M.
Barco, Jake Brown, N. W. Harison, E.
P. Thagard, Z.C. Chamblisp, C. L. Bit-
tinger, Frank Harris
Following the letter of the consti-
tution the active officers of the ass"-
ciation were then elected from the
board of governors. ,
The following named gentlemen
were unanimously chosen, viz:
President-H. A. Ford.
Vice-president-C. L. Bittiunger.
Secretary-D. S. Williams.
Treasurer-J. M. Barco.
The retiring president, Mr. M. Fish-
el, thanked the board for the cordial
and harmonious co-operation and
kindness shown him during the pait
The new president will take hold
with vigor and much good to the city
is expected to be accomplished.
The establishment of a' casava fac-
tory in our midst is expected to be one
of its achievements.
After appointing a committee to
,,opi-rato and aid the farmers cotton
('co0v i 1 be held in Ocala Jan-
ni;ar, 21, '.lot, the purpose of which is
to stimulate the planting of cotton.,
tlt. ~~ ort'd djourtred.
New School Board.
The >lhi srhooi board, consisting of
Mr. B. A. Ve others Mr. 3M. 8. Moser
and Mr. B I. Hull, expiredd by limi-
tation la-.t Tue-l;hy, and the new
board, cousistit) of \lr. Gordon S.
Seott, Mr. Benjamin Illitch and 3;r.
B. 1. Hull, was duly inducted into of-
The retiring members, Messrs.
Weathers and Moser, made appropri-
ate and effective a Both gentlemen have long been
connected with our school interests,
and have measured up fully to the re-
sponsibilitie,, of the same.
The county owes both gentle man -a
large debt of gratitude.
Mr. Gordon S. Sott was elected
chairman of the new board, an(d will,
unless all -igls fail, make an excelltit

\;t tI eI- l1 n f 1t 'i r! 1' ". "iil-
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lI v-. J. l. v., t* i i ri ,n
<:llr' l, ,n mtti' -. Thii marri'ia' g

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lipt vI ry Iiiet :; 'i ,, !y : ier re! iiv< -

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(*ir,.l,.. r. iin ir i- ;i pr<' iiniient
,'h -*(- hi:t,' Ibr',kt .
Fo ti- 0.- Mr. :t Mrs. in-
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Anti -Monopoly Drug Store Speelal Agent.



Best Meals in the City!
Oysters in Every Style!

Rates Very Reasonable !

S. Magnolia Street .* Ocala,Flo-oda


LIQUOR) WIKim, fi.fl ,O. *, ETC.

Pool. and Billiard Tables Newl)


Attention and

Moiiezuiasmn Block.

Satisfac cory services
to everyone.


Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works

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ter it will tit the foot.
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.1es mt-t ake, Iurfe.t fit, tinejal'1
dur:ra liilit y--that de''rihovs thit'
Humanic shoe oe

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cheerfulness and mental activity*

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




JANUARY 11, 1901.




7lorida's New Executive Rea-'
ommends New Laws.


_-Mima Youch-es Upon iatter~i of Km-
opmiance to the State and RrcOmk-
afesods That Iz1.timg FViI1 ib" Remt.-
Ah-il--avors UHigher l.(itratiofl.

12,- :naugur-il a+'h Iot'H W. S.
tiv ag P.iiew gA~ri -r ~I Vi,)zit

i t r. i u

A .*j *..o .N

to .. t- ri*' rin..11- I -4

1.- p A, 7 m y, 1. t I 4 1O'-il

.&L-kiniiutration of tilt laws of the state.
I rvvguizta with 1'tido.- h010r ~i eof
-1te Florida state- trkpop-, ,wati have so
4perouslv etili-teJ and stand ready t)
44-nri th;e state and~ it--, citize-;hip and
--mf-ree th-- law, and! I ,-pk a liberal
.m_jcv to thi- 'organ~zatitn as well as to)
i Ftorida naval Militia during niy
sr-jinistratiofl This grm at:and zr iw-
-mg !. ate STrt(rearis ove-ra teinorvi-r greater
vif tat of :mny ittr -tat -s 1the
F~w- mior.- a 0 '5t) year-:ti t .-rr; r r:
,waito;in th-e gra-1p i~la. lwxwer tar. awz..:
f auitnir,-ji dpotio and era-1. IJ-1~
ve _in-I that rh.- ,a vh)..rv ot 1I -iI
,V2!2 n t (ol..4-ii rapi4 .all,! -a.utazi

ia. tu funlliil o n
xtortdu Z-nb:-: ::au-
%~~ liv otiP * ii' L- i i -.Ii
q& fana-t fl -rt ioril~i >1 a I

tat !rtau, has ;,rk wn and 1r-lrIi
?e~pI~attiand in wt-alth.
D aring the piT~a thrveedc -u
~~~'tiMlhas ;1icreasis-l from 1 t:.)e5
~'5I:our a*s.dvaluation- havc ill-
'a.-lfro-m lk-- that 'I3, 1,(If, to upv-
Wmrrnl '44 1:i h ~the tax 1, )ok-.., lboe
~I3.130k.,with t.-siort-7fltroain l-li. ar-
mLk~ nid rv--r-. :ilh-)untini: toii.l.*i
if i-iAwr- aiii1aully.

T-ro'. ; :'nd ra iii,. of ,-.iir.'.. is a,-i
-r -r a;: n ,- n ou ir ; r'tre-IN-.
>:,; .,:, t'-r ionail i';.e:l!i. h[a\'- :r.-w i
i :. p n- t i well ni:!h ie tiv al
-rl performance cof duty. We .cogratu-
S w. ipe. o a jiui- dlicious g ve :i .r
.o,; C, <:l ;' ; ,.-* ... a. Ie pr ;s t l
-..-' -nh c; -i l:t',' *1 tait i -tl.

3Ifnchcrniit is i-u l,, 1. y u;v rfiate
ar.*- -esrnh a i t after his : r tiremen I
'iu.-'.ltI *x~p,, r-ntiment of appreciatief ex their faith-
Sal ierfrrmauce of duty. We congratu-
mui: r.u-Ives that Provid nece has given
wse ,-. aile and judicious governors,
re, at. G) overn"r Blloxham I express the
-.t r ho;we that after his retirement
fr-^ the sith<'e of chief executive of
YW*zi-la that he may live long to enjoy
b-,' deli.ightful memories that cluster
IxC ',Iy around his public life.
The Now Century.
i; a m: &iiu',pTi,,n of high re-ponmsibili-
,'a> ,,:i tii-, -i,,n it inlizilt l me
A '. i 1 :- I bt- r .1. V '. aaitnw II a-

S -, .i ,m imn w- t-i -ru
ai. *' ". ma ;' : ,).':liu i 't th. i- I"." t'',
-$. t m :'I' m i .w i :i itliry
: r.- a- v- n'i :.aral-
i :.or "; t r. a ': r. -: I ,, i o

A \ \\' 11an U: I' -k U1> and

:uly q-.o n u
-U --va -*aa. -1 -
-\ --: x:-r -i- tti f isev
11e~ -- 1n:- -I 1:- ,-3--)-i 1 i"Tu re

-ai l1!-n-.r-atur lx iotm
Im a k. -110 it It 14.
ie'r 'v- u -i'd junsii.r-tAwl IwuiatI
bvat M nt-d 1rl riaxe-u1lhis oour state
in- :i-I. aOst-U' iiV lose
ia -Ic rm 1 haiw e-it-. ati uin'istra-
ali t i --a*r-r-aunit lie so vercigu 1p'we.r
awl %,.,-,r :n-riqmnt- witmia aialoaus

justice shall be administered without
sale, denial or delay." These I deem
essential principles of our state govern.

The judiciary is a subject I consider
of first importance. The platform adopt.
ed by the dominant party, assembled in
state convention, declares "the present
condition of the supreme court docket
to be intolerable, the long delays in get-
ting decisions amounting to practical
denial of justice." The supreme court
was established by the constitution of
1845. no change was made in tue con-
stitution of 1l6S nor in the constitution
of 1',5. The supreme court, as first
con-rituted, is the -upr,-!ie court of to-
day. From 1345 to it l. 4a y:-ars, the
court i-.u-d '2 vl;in -- ot re-!rrs, aat
which times, lb;l. tih- lrt w:as six and,
one-l:aif years bL i;;- i with it- work
During the :,:-t nin v..-rs i!'. .:ar:
ha i.a, i 1 ; 10 v -l:2:>- .f re;,r'r- con-:-
tail ....m or- i i nut .:. : t '
vo-iu:.'--, a l 'yeT- .- :rr i. y i:-'.
behind with i-t w 'k.
S Th:- &'.ou.,i ,v;: .ll r. : -.: .,
men. tiat it is in:l ,,-ible : .r Thir .i- s
to p--rfnrm the w .rk ,i -ov.:;i. u' on
this court under th- xi-tinm circunm-
stances and our c mpl-x system of
practice. A comparison of the coudi-
tions, the wealth and population of
Florida, when this court was createld
with that of the population, development
and wealth of today, should appeal to
the lawmaking pow.r for its best
thought and action which, I beg to urge,
to the end that a temporary commission
may be created to azijudicar and dispose
of certain cases to be allotted by the jus-
tices, to enable tLe court to ais)pose of
accumulated cases ant clear the ,,-cke
speedily, and to proviie by co!istltu-
tional amendment fo ,r th- establisthnent
of another divi-ion of the supreme
Circuit ( court!..
Th- circuit. ju-'-* arr. liki, vi-e unable

t'aeI Tegaut ure 'in "i372, wiviiTnceport was
Since that time, nearly ;:0 years, there
has been no power or board of cqualiza-
tion to determine the relative value of
the real estate in the different counties
resulting in a policy of local depression
of valuations, which has placed our
state in the awkward position of main-
taining an uneven burden of govern-
ment, and a higher rate of taxation than
would have otherwise been required.
That a remedy should be provided to re-
lieve those who are bearing an unjust
burden, and to provide for a uniform
and equal rate of taxation, must be ap-
Board of Health.

I heartily approve the state board
of health as constituted, and be-
lieve that our only safety lies in our re-
taining supreme sanitary control. Since
the enactment of the law establishing
our state board of health, the employ-
ment of a competent state health officer
ten years ago and the enforcement of
the law our -Ptate has been immune from
e yllow fever epide-mics. save during the
1 year 1',9 wh.en our state control was
prartiecAly ibp-'.:d"- 1 y fe.leral author-
iry. O):r s:at- ', ing immune durin-
th.- ntire ri d *t thi:- iperati- i-f our
s-ta.-, .u::. l, :.. .in_ our port .lties to)
iU :.1- :a : !. aI; ; iIn and ii wealth
ti ri, t. r: iL ove- r .) pe1 r ci t ani I
ourr .tn;, ti i:'P;r :->. under ativers0t cir-
r(uinttiaIn.c.--, mor.-, in )popilationl in tihe
past ,i c-id'- thai. any ori'r .-tate in the
unionS c "vini.1- 0 me that we should sus-
tain our health laws.
I am in favor of the most liberal sup-
port and development of the public
school system, and contemplate with
pride the record made in our state, and
hope to see an advance commensurate
with the necessities before us, extend-
ing, if necessary, to the establishment
of night schools in such places as are
found advisable to meet a growing de-
mand, and the adoption of the free
school book system in each of the coun-
ties of the state.
These and other important matters
that I shall not undertake to further
discuss on this occasion are submitted to

and special privii ,g to none; a-love oi
justice and humanity in its enrorcemenlit;
if a desire to inimprove agriultare, conm-
merce and manuat:Larre; if a;i iuflf-xiibl
determination to maintain peace ani to
take care that our laws are faith fuLly
executed; if an earnest t-ndeavor to in-
vestigate every just cause and remove
every colorable pretense of complaint;
if a regard for a well disciplined militia
under competent officers and the control
of civil authority; strict economy in
public expenditures; the diffu.sion of in-
formation and arraignment of all abuses
at the bar of public reason; freedom of
religion; freedom of the press; a liberal
provision for our disabled soldiers and
sailors; if an energetic support of the
state and its institutions; if an unshaken
confidence in the honor, spirit and re-
sources of the people of Florida; if a per-
fect realization of the terrible losses that
have fallen to the lot of those of our fel-
low citizens that have sustained severe
losses by freezes, storms, fires and fail-
ures; if a continuing sympathy with
them in their brave and self-reliant
efforts, many of whom were thrown
from the couches of luxury into the Lap
of poverty. and yet have sustained them-
selves; if elevated ideai of tile high dt s-
tinie- of this statr:e :and of my own dutik' it; if an- h nfmb-e ri-vcrence t )
that infinite power whiich rules the de.-
tinies of states >an enable me to comply
with your wishes. it -hall le my strenu-
ous endeavor to perform the oduti1es b
tore me as directed( by your will, at i
may that Being who is supreme over al .
the fountain of justice, the protector .,
liberty and dispenser of right, continue
his blessing upon this state and give it
all possible success consistent with the
ends of his providence.
Volmac Eruptions
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salva cures
them,I:also old, running and fever
ores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns, warts,
cuts, bruises, burns, ,calds, chapped
hands, chilblains. Best pile cure on
earth. Drives out pains and aches.
Only 25 rents a box. Cure guaranteed.
.>dld Iby 14 tr; &. G irrett, druggists

Melon Seed.

~-x L I hundredi-'d p (IUU'5 eelohrateel
Imiausier -and ElI-n ii acli wns.-otl for


Ail-lrtsi L. NI. lItysor, Lowell,


That can be depended
upon. Get one from us if you
want one that is a reliable time-
piece, and that will give satis
faction in every particular. We
have a line assortment of watch-
es of the best makes, and can
suit you in price and quality.


Good Meat

Is a Necessity

To a happy home, and no cook
an serve a palatible roast or
.tew if they are not properly
handled before they reach the
kitchen. Our stalls at the city
market are well supplied with
the appliances for properly car.
ing for fresh meats. We deliver
Frt-sh Meat. Poultrv, Vegetables
uand all kin'. ," < oi n try Produce
to any pc 'r* -',- k'iJy.


stalls .. 1

City Market.


0S .We carry all grades of Wagons. Buggies,
S i gle and Double Harness. Etc.. in stock at all -
times. \Ve 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
Z buggies are the Columbus and Barnesville; our
14 best wagons are the White Hickory and Owens- t *
b 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.


ZA44AAiiAiAiU MiMM"A"iii l &iiiIMi LU--

.& ~ & A L .&. *. *. .*. *. &. -~ ~ A

to perform th'e duties detvolving upon
their courts in several of the circuits.
These courts were established by the
constitution of l~ts, and although our
population has more than quadrupled
and the business of these courts more
than six times as great, we have the
same number of judges that we had in
The criminal docket- in several of the
counties require all tile term period,
thus depriving liti:anuts on the civil
side of their rught- and leaving them
without a remedy. These conilitions
denalndti corr-ctioin, andt iulst app-..l1 t,,
every patriti' l,_,i-hiitor tI provide a
c n-tl tutional ;aellu i:dll, In ,rt ;tit'. 11( ad-
d ti'.-a!l circuit ,,r j ui:d iip-. Tier i4
' a 'r ,-a: n! ,c' -ity f'.i r a przevi-:i tor ad-l
i ilti ,:tAl circumt a- id ,.ircutL ju iLe-.
! ?-t; t e'- t.oney-.

Fr. ,-.I ti-e .%-. ic---c il 1- niie--;
ala I I---i-'- 81 1- IVn arpt--ari1i oi
t-ot .our ca-,irouico urts, tihe
I i:an- 4.: t tiltstate's attorney k-nag re-
-""-ii -ort vobrk. it atnivar. 1111110%-
~ii r a srtae n: tain t'tc' plain1t
huna---l -wu itallalt-- cid--, inia curcult
and i n- par.efor 'in 1 pm'-i-eQooti-nmuas thtie
1a7-1 t m -. -ofa d- Tlio
l~iv a a-.mtatn a ~lcrt-o bri'a-

,-;iu:--"-----te's at--
torn v *r *-'I'11TII --. L 4.u-rUL.%to be
paid to I -j~s i- Il y law.

V! r n* .-mii aw x I jr,-,i nrateof

the people
and action.

for consideration, discussion

Responsibility and Purpose.
When I contemplate the magnitude
of the duties that I am about to enter
upon I shrink from the undertaking.
Indeed I should despair if, unaided, I
should be forced to assume, all the great
responsibilities that are part and parcel
of the position, but by the will and the
wisdom of the people who have placed
me here., I am surrounded by some of
the ablest and most experienced states-
tme'i tf Florida, in whse good judgment
I have an abiding faith, and in addition
to ttil-' th.' pre s-ence of many whomn 1
-ee here remind-s m1e that in other high
autihritn.,- provide i by oar constitution
I shial tiind sources of wisdom, of virtue
and of onl which to,) rely in all vicis-
itudes. To y,,n, geutlcme-n. who are
char-ed with the :overeign functions of
le~gi;atin,,. anti the etiler -tate- and
county etlicers, I look with confidence
for thar guidauc. and1 support necessary
to maintain. a-s,) -ays, 'a wi-e
and ilu-ail .,'vernm unt which shall r:--
stra.i men ifr-oi iijturitin4 oe- anoth.,-r
shall leave thien otn.rwi-e free to r-.:u-
Liat t:. ir own pur!v uit on industry aud
I; imprv -n-itt: u.1 .bhail no: take from
Sthe- nstio':h of l.tO',r the hr-.uld it has
rarnc.:. This s ii, snut of O'-o g,-v-
er 'nu ni, au-l tih:- is ne:-..e-ary to close
tin xcti le o-' iur f.--hciti-..' "
A--uring m:iyslf thtar under every
iiIti:u-ity the determined spirit andi
unit--il councils -, tilhe ,tate will be safe-
guards to its ho;oi- and essential inter-
esrs. I repair to the post assigned me
with uno other discouragement than that
vr-'i.,;.; ^ nriii-z :" iiv own i"adetiti aet tV

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[Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]

CAPITAL 8.50,000

Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and Sold.


Successors to Pittman & Co.


Large stock of Furniture
Just from the factory .
At very low prices .


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Tff3 &%A RAA JANVART 11 ipf

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nARK NAMS, Kldtr.


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It is now stated that Ju'ge Benja-
min S. Liddon will be a caudihatte
for United States senator, to succeed
Senator Mallory. There is no) better
man, no truer democr:tt in Floridla,
than Judge Liddon.
The courts have decided that the
Kansas woman who entered a salonm
and smashed the fiue plate glass nmir-
rors and other furniture wa,- orme-
what intemperate in her temperance
ardor and must pay for same.
Alabama i. still looking with anx-
ious eyes on that portion of Florida
west of the Chat tahiochee river.
Why n): let her have it if -i- wan its
it and will pay enough for it, pr)vitl-
ing West Florida want- "to),ro.
Jacksonville liha f-rtly-nini' co<>redi
churches. If the bl brother in black"
ran to -aw miils, fat-t,,<'.*s. rmercan-
tile esta ,bli.h i. s, a:'i a :uTll 1t -
aunl trafli gen-rally ite -.tie a lihe

.One rarely lives up to his advice to
Governor Pingree predicts an early
Guiam is to be used for the safe
keeping of Philippine prisoners.
"Editor George" attended the gub-
ernatorial inaugural ceremonies.
Few public officials became more
notorious than Atlanta's late mayor.
Great Britain has lost one hundred
thousand horses aLd mules in South
Dollars make dollars; debts make
debts, and the longer they stand the
bigger they grow.
The twentieth century should not
have seen all Christian nations a mil-
itary armament and encampment.
Fifty tUns of candy were sent by the
con.miss'ary department of the army
to the soldiers in the Philippin- for
the holidays..
If you have turn-d over a nt;-w I-af
keep it turned over, and if youi feel
that you are benefited by it turn over
others just like it.
Phil D. Armour, the great Chicago
meat packer, is dead. He accumu-
lated the enormous sum of thirty
million dollars.
Tillman has not entirely abandoned
his pitchfork. It is not so hi,- andt
blunt as it was, but -omewhat morte
polished and pointed.
Senator Bacon, of Georgia, r-relntli
did up Senator Hawley, of Cnnuecti-
cut, gravely yet gracefully. e lpuit
him on a spit aund kept imi there.
If the twentieth century (-ian -up-
p!ant the sword with the penI, e ,.'a-l
pencil ,>r typewriter, it will have do,,le
more than all preceding *'entur':--.

. ightt -kies, ai soft, tnIlperate alt i t : ,-
nial h iimate, andl a friendly ani ;rui-
ful -oi l.
We are thankful that de-.ile Ith.:e
wh- aru co'n vertting thl- government
itto "a colossal cornucaiia .lf special
privileges, the Soutit, under h,-r own
fruitful vine and tigtree, can continue
to wo)rihip G(od ac(or)lding to the die-
tates of her ownt sciencene with nolnet
to mnest inor make her afraidl.
We are thankful that the South's.
rigid and resolute adherence t4) tlie
t-'istitulioi and the iun.ullied tradi-
tions of the founders aof thle ',)Ver'i-
Itent is to bhe the leaven that is to
spread to all the states <>l the it iiin
and liiially the South shall be reog-
nized as the sheet auwclior of the le-
pullic and crowutd with a wreath of

Poking Fun at We Poor, Deluded
Bryan Democrats.
The Noneonformist, an ludianapo-
Iis newspaper, whieh conforni- to 1no
party, ut which supported Bryan in
the late eamnpaign, gives we poor, dle.
lu.led Bryan demtc-rats the following
dig under the ribs:
*"The mountain could noa comn to
Mlalhitnmj. but Mtuhnamifttd ,hil ao
t- the nmouitain). The e(gel l.u ,lid'
tn.-t i.e:n.e the -ilv r urwlet, iut I ie
il'v neau will go, t. the *:; !d luA-.
Si' n- ti,. election tile so-ealle r. -
'.":te'- !:in thle d>!emo-1 r' tic. party ]):.t-.
S* ,*:te a:- meek as 1oses. T evy i:r,-
w:;;iiig i;now to, tk.- what t he-:
-A I I 4 1_* I i'.

Wa T Sr sTo is TWAI RUFL.

It has received more money by
many millions for its cotton crop this
year than it ever received for any
cotton crop before. It has received
$150,000,000 more for its cotton crop
this year than last. It has raised
more corn and wheat than in many
years before and consequently will
have to buy less. It has raised more
hogs and cattle than in any previous
year of its history, and will be a
srrw",-r purchaser of those meats from
tlM est than ever before.
There are more cotton mills and
small factories than ever before.
The farms of'the South are in a bet-
ter state of improvement and our
Southern cities and towns are more
prosperous and thrifty than they have
ever been.
More Southern men-more farmers
--are drawing dividends from more
profitable investments than ever be-
Our railroads are busy, our s tOres
are thriving, our farmers are hopeful.
And there is a livelier sense of tile
South's advantage among our people
than has ever existed before. Our
farmers are more nearer out of (t bIt
than they have been in ln long time-
certainly in fifteen years. Mortgag:i-,
are fewer and there are more nr,-a:. -
and Pianos and better furniture in the
houses than illn many years.
So hopefully speaks one of our con-
temporaries, the,, liruinghani Her-
ald, ta gPold detiio.ratic oir, .
and to whi,-h iit may nt be in-
apI.roi)riate to add ain t-xr wt
fro:t one of the (o)tal:t Banner'-. ant.-
electi'n u editorials:
\V, :are thi:nkf'll that the Souri i-.

agatnet a government by classes that
same redeemed party has again
bowed before the golden calf. They
will soon celebrate Jackson's day in
commemorate. n of the great hero of
the common people who hated plu-
tocracy as he hated the devil and all
his works. There will be a banquet
on that occasion-a veritable feast of
Beltshazzar. The chief priest of that
assembly-the grand mogul of the-
entertainment-the guest to be held
in highest honor, will be David B.
Hill, of New York, the traitor who in
1896 betrayed his party and fled from
the battle field, and whoiu n19M) gave
to Bryan a pretended support in order
that he might stab him more effect-
"Dave Hill will fiddle while Hitch-
cock, Metcalf and all the Smith fainm-
ily, however they may spell their
names, will dance to the sweet strains
of the plutocratic music. There will
probably be a letter of regret from J.
Sterling Morton, and the ponderous
form of Grover Cleveland will be
hoisted on a derrick and landed in
the midst of the festivities. There
will be a united democratic party
next time even if the followers of
Bryan have to eat all the dirt on the
continent. '
A Wonderful Experiment, if rrue.
According to the Dispatel, a won-
derful exp riment recently took place
lin Sin t J Missouri. Here is tlie

N. s.:i, liinier, an electrician, of
('liic'aga, !ppa rently killed a cat by
hlec,.rici!y, an d two hours after the
heart h:a! earsl to beat reversed the
current ntindl the -hoc'k restored the
heart heatt, fnnty :at tir-t, but grow-
ing in strength until !"i daily the cat
was relea-ed anl was :i al.tyful and
frisky as it had eve-r Ien. '> .sl! in
tenit- mand p>:rp<',-es the cat was 'lead a
few secouds after the tir-t current was
turned on and remained so for twoi

stages to effect a cure.

BANNER SALVE is a healing wonder.
hn w

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mtNall ruznt :Lydl:Q- ''it' tii'I.t-.
ni-t ,. i-sitie 1i' can ry t I Eit i o
lpr~ Iqoiv*toi' W)ih L.- .!aaI ItZAWUa irk

Call, for Second Democratic Primary.

Ouer the volt--.of tip. state1)-acr:'

nzt ItIi a ciiiity ~t ~t%~ilrfor

Mlario:I iaiutat-, i- ltert Ikv eal!etil ill
euli hl'evintlatof Mariw oii eiizt 1fo

The votjiu.. place inl e'-iht I ci-'ht
ml ie the -:Atineas in tei-rjivn:!ry ()f
Niviuuaiier #), lIaflu, whnliuj'.ha-,tja
~~ht~a no e'sihe.thwil:is:e;near D. the
Thet it. '
tee ian of eachi ''-en hallallie
th ro'e inilarii it Iand I 'I *rvt a ettio-
crats a-in W-lPeaors ( if a-lie! ion illhis
owi iiprea i net, whIo sh I aanl liii' t I iii.
lirntiary as jlw )vtit(I 1-yl t:,,,, 1-11! .
The Iw)1, HsA i *opdii at .A cAw)k a.
wi., andi close at 4 (j'(4 l,,k 1. ini, unless
the ale tie eenlar "",tA or aluititmisheal
1-Y the 'ItWoc 1.1tit,, lt' nter~.tat
i'. v rclt.t,0 1weet ih'iv aw
11e eaI-.
Thei u-pe11sshall (I, 'ivve ti~e re-.

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4It-)iotraiti4- in it-, Itiglth.. trut~is, 11
1-11 ..t :1 !A,! hroaah -t e-.
We- are t hankIifulI that our tuie ,v

dIer..i wrat i j
We arc ttank!'il tl::u 'il' county
grivernaiwiet-i are dn'.rri
Wear-btiiuttkfil I i iit ,r u)in '. ij.:1
t) Pl ; :.,ie~tts aro e 41411141Iti,-..
%ear" t la Ililful I !.:t itt..p t

WO a:re tiailikf'l that thilt -;"Ivh .i-
true to the traditi:.n,- of the f-killerS.
Wearet- hankful ha the Nouth ii i
trut- to t he letter a.Altilttie pi n IPE

Wear., thatikful thait tia- ,)u,sw

W(oiA4iip at (fhe shritiv of the tr-~
We ae thankful that the Siuth,
4~z~izanof) the fate of Iotilek*":T!W
ha"-.,, say,; to) Iii perla] i-n, *,et I he.
ft-h !41 tlt-11, Saian '.
W-zret than'iful that %v" htivo

The civil war ended forty year-, a:-o.
out in reading the deblates in 1n-
gress one who didn't kn).v ihetter
would think it was ,stii! in pri'<;rt s.
The capital invested in dliv rsiti-d
industry in South Carolina in 1 !t3.,
wasS-),401,ou,. Thi, does ;ot it include
the investment of 57,79'.3,054 in cotton
During lt'* there were 71' convicts
in the phosphate camps,. and 14 deaths
occurred among thew. During '".,,
there were 767 convict'! and only 17 of
them died.
Six hundred Paotr- are to s ttle in
the Manatee sectin. That is the le-
ginning perhaps of a large iTnini.ra-
tion to Floridla of these hardy anl in-
dustrious people.
A gentleman from India \!'itts to
the Manufa:.turer's I:,erti. f l;:t!ti-
ilore, that , is a large field in that
countryy for ttou y:)rus an'! .loth's ,if
coarse and line varieties.
The Atlanta Jourtial is b,,e-omitii
quite bilious toward Mr. Bryan. The
Journal is brother-in-law to HoKie
Smith and Mr. Smith was a metnmber
of Mr. Cleveland's cabinet, lihence the
The New York Time, thinks it al-
most a national crime to have ('lark
iu the senate from Montaua, but has
never a word to say anteut the return
of Quay from the sale of V illiam


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S2An Expensive "Tip
W---- I C o OB C O

m is the one which you cut off and

throw away every time that you

smoke a Five Cent cipar. There is

* nearly as much labor in making this U

* end as allt the rest f the cigar, and O

* yet every man who buys a cigar cuts

it off and throws it away. You gt U

* all you pay for when you smoke

SOld Virginia Cheroots5
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SThree huadred iai Old V aa Ceroot aocd t
1 7yer. As yo ow dealer. Pie-. 3 for 5 ct

I! It is not claimed that Foley's

iHoney and Tar will cure Con-

sumption or Asthma in advanced

stages; it holds out no such false

hopes, but does truthfully claim to

always give comfort and relief in the

very worst cases and in the early


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file -0W,'tliilitry to read, and tconse-

*tto -'* IittUHauc~xk. Ai .he.

Fla-, or

To Teacbt'ms:-Wny sbouibl You, in-
dividually', lend your ai'i fto t~w 'au*,e

1. Bi. ause no either woprk tiriugii
e..uich large return!, f r the !.awue outlay
'.1' titt.-'anid money.
:!. 4 ; 4 t m Iit'oks and jl ptler- art- with-
it# thne rtat'ht Of tine e)"t
:.4 ;t,41 Ireaditng mj'tte-r i..; one 'of
ta mnio-t a-tliqt ual nnt-alnF.of mntorl
1'' -oici'ituil de'o1.el'p tl.
4. 4-t tri hitmg 'at 'r.h, I it,'Ie

CqainniatItd with H'lt'l;: 4-flter.
*i. iatr' .u''e our it zi a'

atlial3a -411stely tf o' d trta'fiI II" W. er.

7. 1- l=tt'*- f' hwwr4;vt ax l-I*%,t*.:,1

he -elnzTL t iiiar

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lit' a ] 'ii I'A*a~ -'.t

o' ho 'te-I ett~a..e a- -'Vtt~~ e

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is ,t in-- ~.t~?Ia L-'-V151

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

K'The-v trz-uble pre--,s u-r. tne mind.- dis-
c.:...ra~ts and lessens ar'Thu: zn. bat-.vligor
~ dsap-ear wvhen the k~d-
rte's a'-e c-t ci order
c r .c.seazed-
-~~ v~ ~de tr-.~ has
'~ ~ become s' prtv.aient
~ \""a"that i*is n!-t tn;c.=-,n
"'~f ra ch, t be b,-,n
~ v af f a; c ed vih weak K4d
axes u'~ i;.the

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k;~re'.'t:: ~ ~:he irst
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A Cold Hog-,et for Bryan.
r\1'' -fr., zI n I),I%%..; aIn 4 j 'a', .aA 1 k

fi'e (f a Ile'a%-p'.tl'4'. a_1A all *\'ucru -
.'in A ll .--.t a'ka cru t&P''aa-wd1t',) et'
Tl'le rt!- -ult 'vt-a"that I hurt.-ri' Vale Iir 'a
hut-vItnurt~dand if'a-'.ievaeta 'ao;(S
vas't, q r whichls willimux J. 8:'van re-
ct.i v'td raatw ta-t'ettt' li untdrted i Aue
twt nrt-tiret-v, and William Mct-'iuult'v
Itiw m11 U:. 'At ii a miiithirtry-four. Hav.

A'I'et-!" e'i'.t. Mr'. Ibryan awill u'eo'ivua,
-i-'l'C;ivtir illtt iet- liapse of'a,3 IJ4ge
l:cUII tilt' Kheiaiika'. It i.'e 4)li(I g(Alt
: aud ;1% a'l 'A Iadat t'a hivubudki'td eItolitrs..
'Stops the Cough and Works Off th

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Babies and children neec'
proper food, rarely ever mec.
cine. If they do not thrv':
* on their food something i.
wrong. They need a litt!c
help to get their digestive
machinery working properly.

4w rlV -orF

\'a R.S.

will generally correct this
If you will put from one.
fourth to half a teaspoonful
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you will soon see
a marked improvement. Fcr
larger children, from half to
a teaspoonful, according to
age, dissolved in their milk,
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish-
ing power. If the mother's
milk does not nourish the

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4li 11U 'i%:itkieremtieIii., power to learn at
im-1hcl '(its I-#- le-awne prolsort jots If
3 '1 9 '' 'Ia' 'i.hi~ti V teae.iit-ir of ci'
j't 1w i-tic
He Ant~ot.d drink in the thoughts
front the printed pqige through the
eye, just as he does the objects in a
picture oir Iands-eape, without con-
sciows effort. This %kill in reading
ftho'jd beeomt, a -secoud nature"
whith him.
NNow, skill in any line come only
through prat'tif'e. '.1'raetice makes
toerf'e't," amnd perfection in readings
unahl". your eta hi to take in a line at
a glanee, whereas a Flootr reader getsI
his i-leo, a word or twoi at a time. A
few mLiiuuts' sufli('e for the lsright pui-
pil to) (cover the ground .'vtr wbis-li
10-4 unifort unate vgj!-mj,;ejf~iy ,,with

il 14 Pt oy14'w h4 ret H* i -- F, s r.%m r

t, nd 2,zx i ast he 1"--ir r-,;,.;t'r is tat

cl -ht- -'x nmn t iouis .o'l3eair fir Ili~'
km!-(L%g Lm. 3t.r. n., t s ;'ut do% tiiat six

t.~I t~ W I lol'ir'. r. the t w. ) e a
.at.' i o-e O il.-c t'e..l at i 1 t a ,- a l t l t'h o m
itt -vfr I.'.- Le*tl!#eta

4.'1 li. i 11 2I.,,- 4 a, 4 C j'i t -a ve it I'0 11 4
kit- 'I' II f' if
Ls ith-1ear -f -*' j)d
the.-%-a3at I h t, ''tt'". ea

IL'-lit' zu- .'~ ~ ta-I Ije f:1-.'l1a

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A Grand Institution.
To the ti'd~tr of the Hanner
D1iili4 lily vi-'.it it) the Fjoridl;&
W~hool fo r thebelilnd aritl (ear at stt..
Xu-w-tint- D[Member 311(4m, h41,I--
-.Zillif gr*zt I iiilter:,,ett inj the wi-rk
4)r e-isb slejitartmtenit. It i- e.-rtaini y :a
...rstnifi ii-titlitiou f'(,,. the uiifortuz i" it
* 0'a*. tt ~ '41141 whIo *ann ot st-ssor h.-r.
11c-r'- lwyv 4r.- t-tuzht t) r.v'.I i

intert-in-tr i s *.ri it.

I fI,-ha a.Io
,4'IiIlimWlt*~ ~ iv s i oiti lls therei't' lie)
,,,,144lilin till- 1.41-1 t of tile #,'oulltrrv fit
vored Iwith ~a kjile1 :tt't aeelvli_-

Sick Headache

W (t II i. fIa'il relief alonc. hilt i1
mi~d I ort-'. Dr L pl..ewIF'pri1'. L,-v
t ~oIqet wiilcure-' sick h.-id 'hie f' .r all
t iit, t-. It tuakit-s. the ,'totmtah ri,-I~t.
At.r -!uieq .3 lruiz -tor+-. HI'l
A Hint to All Railroads.
Th 'lt it Graide Wo-'t. -1zto-m 'ret~
a Irtz -I. Jailiiid:.eta ('ow .tf !ao ts -

It; ,io- 1te 'v. 11-re tle rhz,t j!of

lii I'th ~ w.! ca'. :ulala, will Ilye

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Winters Tou ist T 1- kvtWtc.te:n a.;..'. south-rn p .'-'I'All 'Rte -c,:Ia
t: I-'s'I -t, ~p r- '-g.'1 ',f iiej t..a l ;a it,- i t hc Ni-a* ot ht i'U-It- u
For infi rusation as t4) rates.., s!ctf-14ing car rm'e'trvatl('lii', e-;-' 'aloit r write
F'.s- I- Wl 7, :;.V.Pass. Asm, '.33 West EA7 St., c::7o a
W r IAV IwOa~f' t W. wu-r i"ss Taffic MUp.

Time was waen Cancer was considered as incurable as leprosy. N NW ^fP' ^lW lb f-
Physicians and friends could give little relief or encouragement to
one afflicted with this terrible disease. Even now doctors know of no remedy for this fearful malady; while admitting it to be
a blood disease, they still insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation, and advise you to have the Cancer cut ot,
but at the same time cannot assure you that it will not return. You may cut or draw out the sore, but another will come im
its place, for the disease is in the blood is deep-seated and destructive, and beyond the reach of the surgeon's knife or
caustic, flesh-destroying plasters. The bl&od must be purified and strengthened, the system relieved of all poisonous, efftel
matter before the Cancer sore will heal.
S. S. S. is the only medicine that can overcome this powerful and contaminating poison and force it out of the blood. I
builds up and invigorates the old, and supplies new, rich, life-giving blood. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy; no mineral
can be found in it; the roots and herbs from which it is made contain powerful purifying properties that act directly up "
the blood system and make a safe and permanent cure of Cancer. It has cured thousands, why not you ?
Cancer is not always inherited ; your family may be free from any taint, yet your blood may become so polluted that a severe
9 and stubborn form of the disease may
I*e Blood Invits Disease develop from a sore or ulcer on your tongue
im pU V 9 W IW e or other part of your body; a slight bruise
or hurt, a little pimple on the eyelid, lip
or nose, a small lump on the jaw or breast, a harmless looking wart or mole, and other causes so insignificant as to attract
little or no attention. If you have an obstinate sore, don't rely upon salves or ointments to cure it -begin with S. S. S
at (.nce: it will cleanse your blood and prevent the formation of cancerous cells.
Mrgs R h-er. L-a Pl 'a Mo writes: A. 'Amall pimple rame on my ja.w about c ie inch below the
enr on le it. t frst it gave w : o trouble, and, I did noft think it w ,: al;v%"hin eri 4u1
It the. j ,' t '-* l 1i-'- u-h -m'i -e, At the ,1:a'e t "i t!:e more t.' pre l and
t. Ut..'.. .- ... ., p... -'; .in I t:-.- I everything Ice it ia ri f. r ,- t w .idi.ul. e any
g ',I. ..- a d afte- taking ever dl ttles t: e Ca'- er-' ..iled and :here
Is now :,, -g:: oet t f :e ;.t -: i This wAis tw2 yVeaV. ago, and I at 'still enj, .yz prrect health.'
Sen 1 f:,r our -"'eci.-! ,,ook on Cancer: it contains much information that will interest
yo: "i1 ITree
'.Vr.'t our '' "ilns ab-out your case, and for any advice or information wanted ; they
have inale a loi .':tudv of Cancer and all blood diseases. We make no charge what-
eve-r for this. Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. 6A.




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TEggs for Hatching...Fancy P
4 F.r Sale. >

I Our pens contain over twenty (20) breeds of Hieh Grade Blooded y
o Stock. adapted to the South, from. choice and most vigorous strains.
T4 Bared Plyiouth ::..1 k White 'lym-uth Ro,-k. White Wvaindtte
j Brown Leghorn \'h:rte I.ehrn. B'a.k Minorras Iouttdols,. -i ver
41 Spangle l If; .' -is Buff Co'h :nq L';ght Rrahmas etc etc
4 Southern Agents :ar Incubators and Poultry Supplies. ,
W -Wata:,-ue -free. JAKbONVl-.LE. L.
sin=,. I [

lant System

-'ri.civ (xhIvI 'llIouc4dI itIiINE 14) FJ.4 OHIt) .

wro t

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'ro wom EALTHY AI;Zl
*'*~ "r i ea.-r- .hr in ial.'loW,,j fo'le~

to ''zlN. i n v a'ee ,aa.
d',1 .11 >jit V. .tf~,' fW d I t,~eA

I 'i,'i it It j TIu take VI'-TA LLF.T*4and you W1jA ;,1l, %7 W&A.
Free t reat meant otei s-:T 1.4' II!yuiai lc iieny''tr''rw
I prv:7stW F(. b-, D, o 751 ,t dely maer r .O i .
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Pru'cee.ainis of the Board of Courty
Comss.ees-Regular Session.-

At a re-gti r lcett C-- 0

%4Iairnu1m a: ii e alu--eli---4.1\

and E. 4.~eool
The ,iiV. ..!tsof last znke~ilifg t -
read iund xj-ljiravid.
Mr. WV. L. jewett appeart(li 1-f-re
the lbs'ird and &Atkldthat pi-r-moisal
taxes for JS99. against the Juliette
Phooqph;,e Company of $160 bie re-
iualed, a% e'ane was an erroneous as-
seaa-naeaat, whiuib, after being refei red
to and re('c ilnerlded 1)y the sawse~tr,
was grotn t t.d.
Bonds of jus? ieeos' f thz- lpeawe, e't-h
ir i :ht,'tint fof 9500 approvedprod aus
fol:.w: J. W. LV-. r;.-rct No. 4,
~ '4 Li tl~ t I XX' N. K. ZeWad-
-ki,-. i~i ;J. N. "-liec hi. dii trict No.

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41'i J~.t 1 U v.o J. '11,11 IW. IV.
.Ii-"t'. o J; I!'4aFX. Wallace,k
Waj'. IH. 1) Let iu,-urvt~t-.!

wtere !%,:.rox e Ias fCes Jami H.
4 'au~lw.t. d i--rict Nio. 2i-wih ('has.

F. Pe!(lot, ci..'riet No. 21, with 0. 11.
Cale au-1i1). E ttrocile, *uretivs.
The uia i ttr of 1'errit s was theu ta-
ken upi, ad tLe bo~ardl was aidCressed
by varitolt..-p rtits
ownJ-s+wtn-er IDA:- uCoved that the
aeti*,u of tl. b oard ill al'roguttiiog all
was adue'red.
Oilmoi 4)nIIit w~i-i rdertd that

't'r!'N"'. I,*,!1ltl~e free fcert it T'-. flit-
I x N it'a ll-12 er nt'0'.L. d-I i -; y-t

o rt~.- t:-LirKto -i'-h !

th r .~ u-k t iti.'tFny.- it~"

41" aI Iii-uroadt front cetitt r off sec-
t.. i:tmv1'-!Irc v" rait -,e 2" it) An-f
th. wy. n-iite hi rejc. ot, toret h-
er"i'' ih ;2 Imap) or troti. Ic of : m
whi-I''!-cl re'ter a- ad cjttvd 1and1 sam1e
olml !d. j 'I ,)*4h ola-4 required toy law~.
Pt-titiou for a ituiOlic road fic ti
th lu n)rlvieru terLLjinw (..fSaiwhtlz

'I lie co':llis.sii.sit rs appointed to lay
Ma oln r'ul''ie romd in tlie southeast
,quarter of southwest t quarter of sec-
tiun 11; township 14, rage 20, to
Blitchio. submitted their report,
wliich .s., ,oni mo'iou, adopted.
Til .: i'i:, was, ,', mintion, allowed
credit f.r '12 ''! 1 : account of fluts
wl. t "I. v hatiu 1. !i-i \worktd :t i l.' I. 4. i:- ,. n it ,s).l tor of
\ P: !' 1.. lhDi *i,,,> a; ,i It. 1). McDuun-

Y' j ,1 :! l -.' ,: i U1 tiI

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(-.,izitty Prrrptr-
'1lAst reWort.---

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lances as fol-

......$ 13.27
...... 196.44
S09) 71


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o et.

I) wnr- h ( i' i nos' ...... 27S
j :'::I; :^ il1 tr ;'easui'y . "*.'
i. an4l Fo'rfeiture F',udt -
Ri orn l.,t report ........ S '.'
IR e 'ei ts ..... .................. 1 10 l
9 149.71
Di-tui'sed ... .... 147.104)
B lan-e ........... ..... $ 2.61
On motion Commissiouer McLeod,

the clerk, sheriff and D. S Williams
were a pointed a commiittee to have
the -t')uzt room in the court house
pruopeuily arralugedi for the holding iof
the tt'riu of the U united Srates court.
A!'an lodgrer4. ro:O1 OVvi'-I.'Cr, turneil
i-i 1.7' f f. r rock sold

lbo'~''~ ljc~e~ I'-f iiarlk- au'~
hr:i,; of(;rahuna:'.: d-trii t, '.v',.-r
of to Iio' wahl i'AH' I .

c4)v*ro, I as.t fourr year-. %Aluiich was
exam;! d m lapprtdIov'eti.
Cmn ~,siouer \Mc.Leod ua:e'author-
ized it) lhav'ee 4-'~ilcol''it house
put in goooi repair.
The l'4)utrd then seleettil the jury
list f.-wr ;he year 11011.
Se~a.1'o1 hbills we re op#-itrd for rulaul
overseveisfror the eusuing,3year and
contra,-! wi-re awarded :v' f''iows:
Diktu i iNo. 1. I1& ert Fort. at $1. 11
per (1-.% ; i't -No. -', norIthermr (]I-
visi miI, J. K :IIx soiI, :Jt ;1.:Ao l i o ai' Ia
district: Nil. 2, Blit4'1,tc'ii. \v. AV. M.- I-
Cull> y. I9 31,jer i'h h- t r tt N).,

at $.' i-i-r clay N;~~ o. :', It .
('lvui iP. nt :1 -M i iV !:' ir

L..1) -i OU Ail-, 1

rVnino. *. Sokt' i.rryJ. iL. ifhirI'o
at S~ fi-.rrv -itoi Al. J. .1.\\ to'at

.AXllt.8 4 i: -iijio v'L-& 4,13 ?iot it ra*t
ed( c h., ir It fto r a f4 rr A,, G (ra I a:Yi i v I I
all (I- r' vf ft-rrvweuzo1*Xf-d I: ~f~i 1, -

M1 WII o; horse, Ill rwai-. iC 4Ii't I .j1.-)
eent-.; horse and 4.1. ,Cd ~ i'44 O I

centst-: tw~*o I!ors-e-; mt.ios.: '
o0 11 0 oiel )cuI).li'-, 2'oI

D r. W. V. N .
jAHi lohy'siliiai at !11hi 1.
Blid:s for ali le aI a vcu'r, i!!!Ii'-''A4V*
out aud paid for b' ihi rIt rl re
oIpeiitd. The (,~!

was:t!_ce ptedJ.

A contract was : t i i tt it',, 'All'ha
Bruce &- Co., o f Nws I iv i'I 1 'Ir
all blank lbooks or reli.''rd. .~
tionery for pcrese.nt p-ar.
1'iiues by justice; of thie '4ac'ie I*
portetl : Robert Bullock, T 1. I,.
Crawford, !$2.5.
iuiposcd : NI. M. Proctor, H.-M. LI.lia r
Uett, J. L. Chance F. B. 'rurnter, J.
WV. Pearson,. Alex W~ynne, E. S.

1i I n t. A., -. vi i', l.'. .-it. The Homosassa Club of Atlanta.
\ o iy 'ri<.au''. s.tLt- The IlHoiioa.-a.i, ti-hlig cllul> of At-
!Illi.:.'.[ ;. "-- rc l r" w. ,'.* i rec'ei ,ts "
SI I lanta are iW eti)ioyi'lI their annual
vi!it to our stat-'. Thlie'y will be in
te'r :- :. :*. -- "a:arr That loruo,:-sa;'s a ,tout two week The
Cotal. r:':'.", dub is comupo'.ed of the following well
- ..c; wi!i -:re i-. troy the known Atlanta Cport,;mten: Messrs.
,..- t, ,! ;.:.: *, -,_]erauge Frank Potts, John Berkele, George S.
ti .ih -h -y-tnt-n. : n uteriug it Lowudts, (,eorge Muse, 1. S. Mitchell,
:. th .. -:ace.. ..uch I Dr. A. W. Calhoun, Dr. J. S. Todd.
arli- es -.ti,!.li never : c .used except H. Y. McCord, E. C. Peters, Z'ek
iun i. ,-ription. fr. a, re -utable phlv- (stlerry D. Woodward, E. T.
I:"., a- thie dauae thtyv will do'is Payne, J. M. Pope, N. M. Hurt, -H.
S .ta Durand and F. P. Rice.
tc-n ,,,d to the good :, u ,.an possibly
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Atlanta Constitution

Wants 10,000

Good Agents.


Live, active men, who work in dead earnest---not just simply to say

*~' ~rn

The Constitution's agent here," but to work -C thoroughly nrd

that everybody will say "He is the Atlanta Constitu-

tions' agent here, and he is a good one too."


Omitting all contests, except for agents, we place the whole sum to- their cre.lit and
make the terms, equitable for distributing it over the whole territory. To arrange thii we
ave divided the South int, four sections. as follows: First Section-Virginia.- North
'arolina. Soithl (arolina and Florida. Second Section-T'inn.'sse. Alabama and Missis-
sipl1i. Tliird Section-(,rorgia. Fourth Section-Louiiana. Arkans-a Texa-. Indian
Territoryv and I)klalhoma. Thus making about an equal inumilr ,ft -.,tbscripetio,- accord-
inug, t oiur 1,st as it now stands.


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%%-'~:j i 'i rv h c-tinastcr inl thle whI ~de Scith t- p t 1:1,fir. t ii-.e Ionizes,.-;. Wewant 4

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i i i-. ib.ard thie bile pa I QI ~; hl ~4
I !i)t ah1 Iv an :t : I fit sotpiu f4r 1- 4 1ri 'a N mI t. c- ;pi,'~ 4
;111 ~ ~Id,! uk -toiionf-Irv frec. 'm. i' i r. m1:'i IK 14 v,, W i v t t k- !11 It i. 4
~I 11.I i 'c 1-i~k f 04 ').1< IVA [~ N-4j o*, 'I W r !Wh'~oq~1it#. for 4
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(if ciu~r .%-,)(~~)dO' I- -i nt-s o
we. liz:llct'ti .'h-dI~ 4)f' rat,.., o~'

( )ioI j.-'i ocan1 lie plac'etl at our oo!P1
'l''uio- N-t m-?'i v mail, Box 7:.7.
P: 11 R A i' tm FAt-

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rmTWI. ATT-T ir-'Oo

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WE want a good Farmer, or Postmas-
ter. or Tax Collector. or Sewing Ma-
chine Agent, or Canvasser for Nursery
Stock, or any other well-informed, rep-
stable citizen, who is known to be re-
liable. and wh has a wide asq* inta*ce
in his eloality, to represent as at ~ere
postoMee from the Ohio and Pote-ma
south to the Rioe irandl and the Self.
And we will pay them to wrk fr us
for IM0s. This most be the Red Letter
Year in which the Coestitutieo reaches


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i.nd Oc.ala. Flq-



aird of Public i
S C ty .
o, County.

Ti. 4AL't, FLA., J31.t. 7, 1901i.
TI.- -ard of public -intatruf-tion inif
aneti for Marion county suiet Jan.
,(h ia r-gular weQ-iqon witlh the fal- 9'
:outuembewrs prt se!:t: B A.
Wvo'attuv. chairman. M. -;. Mosera
..kil~Ii. 8. VHull.
"Ijli(-wes (If .-i"-t snq--thisg were tad'4UE

riot was rf'eeivtdl, asking the board
Ito ali'ia' th'-ir school to ruw 'i oe
ss~i~t1 1 ir.awl that t~il~e x~ r
;orIte tpni-l fo Vl! if III~ N- 411 t
:~~s&- o4'.4-'t-leofrom I iet dh!-tr-'t. f

v j-vta 11 j'arelid. Ossikl IIIt-4i,tathe pe..i

Tiw k hOUdS 4"- f. 1,Wl- B. S. ~

D41ill ',' v kud Zith.l-~i~sa~ n

A p;t.tition ftl r)'m ti li-pI,&ti''!i- of tile'

that tVie ibard cx'.u I th,-rti, ~runM(lip
nwnoth. Not grsaitedI
Tht iivAtitiiin for speial tax -'hoo
di;-tri -t 'at Oak H-ill w~as ordered li1

Moeintr..i1yFDruzrStf.rt, wtis read.

iic 1 1' tt* j i r-; tin rI Ili- c '
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= i'-cj ti.-A ve 'airtile Oi&tt
&~'1"~' lT ?3 !;..w ifon4 in tl4.

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'~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t o:! o' a'oS 't~ ivr4. 2o~.
I:.:~ u' -s' sir. :L 4! bet'.

eT I ts' I.. futtl Ir a *e' *!0IA

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proeeeiugs of the 5o
Instruction for Mari

!,i to. 'i. 'iet! .v tli~tfro~st.

-Z t teI t 1 o'a llbY givtirg '4*- s
Hole"seyallot ~ 1 toinfAuts ntti'ic~liii-
Airtulal ilitti:o' 1 Ievei'ltttpulm!Lltlia

Don't Worry.

II X~ol It.t -we t';,ktlciii,vgeit,:og -tu
-~o.:i- lt':'. repa. l~j:ired4, ia't
i'W. B."It tr''k .Itt Op.- Jo~ak-Wai.o-u
Works-,and. I I vC* it: lone1. lHe do e-,all
-!s -f v'' al'i ~ework, autt is fio-
io.1'V:11-~ up uiatte in -t1A of its brantcki-s,
iiintllhei~ltZin t''nw -*vol(rk r reparinliz ;any
I1 %--t-s-Xtjijjjnr :1l 1 Qj~t I iH. ILer-'e
-4-*-tr~ho P'I Sliz-* qc-lt-'s Pr~I.llII

it 1' w5 0 il A :tfla 4 ( iI '-4 ho'
i ii-r k 114 ri v Ll If.- I, :I'.. ofu sac
it! fA !I4-t,- \ ci -.- 5je .


Has a New Line of



bhy need as tile sars of heaven, and
it- hbe su atim o le !w:. A rerI'I
Not un~y izA ilie rav lt> 1;touved l.,i

Lis 10 the 'wtirid Litt-' t'ou~itler f h

1z-s. t-V -I. kiotA 11. L ;:is given to .1-e
Iwtorld tmn greatest kiug tt oftlnAnC -, &Lid
is the groebtest creditor, and, in'some
inwanee%, the only cer~dtor of tbo-4e
go~e runine~tt which oltpres~i tiesin
Fr'irz&th. --da-slru.-ion if Jtertasieui
ian ii, temple Uy Titus to The eleettiofl
(of M. Fisliel as mayor (if Ocala, the
lJ-w:.s iW01iI ti haie &:eeI1tmodeles of
Lir u~ Ld li iy, null ;1i' i, due to)
thewi j thlA ie w1):oo1(if tli.- r w- tiay
ii az pure aud uudefileel As ou that
wiorinig wLun the Chaldean shepherd
,-%id tit his k'0I1pahb'Li0H, "Lect us go)
Ivv'-l ip~t(Bt-hli-bein andl see thoe
ttnitig-' which tile L.brd li t h nia'le
ksiiowz.iunto us." Every step iW the
adva-ctineut 4)t Ocala It ,ii
miarkedItby tile fwotirtutts if the He-
lor.ew. 4tt-i j. is diffl'-ult tio sa'.' hat it
It; .i h ve tieel t "ll t 1rt!).V Ue1. 4tid'e.(
tit -vtry mie'.-iZI Ir t l it- cjty's

1.nI saky, it i,4* vj.u-1 t A fairr
t!Kit W~e hal e 110111)1'.1 wt. )of thensl
~ 's th '11+--~t 4 ffie inI tile K ift of
t"city. -:o let I=.- It;-, the lwtgini-

:V ff -m lia's to brisrzjl., 1itft .1 ke at ill
jtlV9 t t he 1Y-sitigs oid.-,tvt-ii Von
our tibw iUayqo7. ALLAN P.oh11'~Ehis

FNb~l,-!. 1!.., IX4~~ tI~ 4f :..'I t p
!.ia t~~ i- ~ei,:~s~t~V'U"
theon .e t~ill i 4-'-i--'tx.-2

f ~ -l' s-itl tiI)i 'IA u 4C rt

NV: *dy [14DI -'.

SAn Old Ther."
Among those who have responded
to the gentle appeal of the Oeala Ban-
ner in the shape of a New Year's "e-
minder" is Mr. Howard C. Jonts,
who, after several years of wandering,
in various portions of Uncle Sam's
dominions, is aSain residing near
Stanton-on-Lake-Weir. Mr. Jones
first settled there twenty-three years
ago and inscribed his autograph oni
the books of the Oeala Bann-r and it
has been there ever since, following
him in his perambulations. He is now
in Florida to stay. He says a good
many visitors are on the lake and the
various properties are being looked
'after. M2r. Ed B. Foster is among the
number who are there. He is paint-
iag the hotel on the South Side and
putting it in repair. Things gen-
erally in that delightful region ;ie
looking up.

After La Grippe -What?
I'sually a racking cough and a gen-
eral feeling of weaknes-. FoleI's
Honey and Tar is guaraunted to cure
the grippepe cough" and make you
strong anu well.-Anti-Monepoly Drug
Store. nt.

The orange* growers of C.alifornii
admit the drop of the thermonuatoer
to ""2 but claim lo damage fr ,ia
S'iile. V'e otc'- talketl the sam:! wai:,
l.ut, wihrn th,- frozen fruit betaqi to
thaw we dis-ov.-red our error. A1 o-
an! te will unot tatld .
Th'i.- Florila grow, rs have 'i..1 u
;I --.- d with bea-utiful we-a:hti i-re
i i- 'Ile iniddil- of January an I.e
I ti -a t i-eiV e riI., l u ht. ) lo 4v; r .S
II41- t-n'. -i''" g al'l t ,! btil) (-h .s lit\'' n t


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It's D'AamcnOC P'.

For -a! e 1y A t-' tt''llyI s'itone



In the Circuit Court of the fifih Judicial Circuft
of &Wrida. in sod for Marion County-
In Chancery.
of above curt re-udnred on the toat day of
December. 1900, by the H, n W. A. Hocker, the
judge of the Circuit Ccuit of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida. in and ior Ma ion county. in
chancery sitting, in a certain cause therein
peud-ng, wherein CHARLE- M BROWN is
complainant. and RENE k. SNOWDEN a~d
others are defendants, the undersigned as
special master in chancery in said cause named
and appointed to complete the txecution of the
said final decree rende,'el ti. rein, I will. dur-
ing the legal hours cf sale on
3lboda.v, ',-b ,atr- ./#h. .4 D. 9gor.
in front of the wsuth door of the ccurt house in
Ocala. Florida. offer for sale and will sell to the
higtie-t and best bicder for c:ish that part of the
mortgaged property therein iitnunioned and de-
s-cribed, as tjl!ow~: Be inining :,t te northwest
corner ct lo-k o46 Old)! rv'-y v f (Ocala. running
thence eas-t feet thence s.,>h ,o feet. thet.ce
we-'t -o feet !'lence ioith zo; 'cet to the point of
begiiining. t-" '-tue t iai -*'::ete i'i Marion
co-iilv. F .ri<-.. r. V. rII a .
Special .Master.
Ainder''S, & lIccke.- f *r 4 >iplatnant. 12 2S


Henriettas, Black Crepons,

Lace Curtains, and other


Ladies' Underwear,EtI.

Everything Will Be S(141< Way

Down For (Casl.

New GiM;l F..-:in" ,t-ivedt

Weekly. Give us a Call

and be Convinced

That our Prices

are Right.



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'rk:te rendered on tl.e etst day of Lecem-
hr. A. D I>. by the Hll,. iV A Hocker. the
judge of the Circuit t ourt of the Filth Judicial
circuit of Florida, in and for Marion C.u ity in
chancery, in a certain cause. therein pending.
wherein Louis McLain is complainant and Wal-
ter E Di 'ken and wife. Sunie H. Dicken. are
defendants, the undet.igned as special master.
named and appointed ii said final decree to ex-
ecute the same, will, on
M.lldav., the'4th dav of rer'v arY, A. D., 19n1,
"'ur'i'. te lega1il huiiT- .f r1 e in front uf the
south doe'r of the court 'ion., in ')cala. 'iarion
coumitv, Florida, offer f.;r sale and w.11! -ell at
Tpu'li> outcry,, to the highest ard best
hil ide. f'r, ':- :nortgagetd trcenie..*
r-i ,I .I-d i .- 't:rt.r r o: o.u'ti- -s (jiuaiter of the north-
i r:," r: t-r intl th-- .the.-t qrartcr :oiuthi
Wt- i'l er :' (Iq r:er of
>t:. ;i : n t .wnship i5. ;.u it,
:i:> "! t-;t < r -. :Mlich tlhereof as navy b,-
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\' Hi 1".S. '.V. ,\;!,;(;S H.AS PRESENT-
S : ; V V N t..ldt'- N'. .4 li(d 29, -1lt-
.; ct,- itr i antl ;7. sale of April 4. i"W%.
c .v<:n:a; th.- loilowingi !and in Maron conntv.
Flrmla. to-wit Nortn half of 'oit,'weit latr-
ter, -ti..vlnn .;.j. anl wtst half of quir
ter, section 35 township II. south, range -..
east, and northwest quarter of northeast quar-
ter except west half of southeast quarter of
northwest quarter ot northeast quarter, section
'o. township it, 'cuth. range 24. cast. and up4 n
said certificates has demanded from me a t-nx
Therefore. after the qpiration of thirty doy-
fromnt the 'ate of this notice tinilet resdeivtndo. It
i s iv intention to is-ite a tax dted to the sa!;1d
Dated January ;. :.i.
[L.-al; S. T. STRINK.
'i; Clerk Ciicuit Court



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Sat living rices. We are n the Grocery
Sbusiness and will keel an up-to-date Gro-

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tie well ktown ntitactulrers a id itport-
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Armcur& o's Fertilizers R 1 a.e Canned Goods Chase & Sanb orn's -
We \"r wilb pased to it' lei;-,s I"r k. \, ib,!s n"1 F. i. Famous Coffees and Teas",,
*1 Balkrit's Obelisk Flon( Schumk-- VF. i. .telt wb WiUte B ad bo.ur f
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Si"- ,amous Palhfinder Ci-ar
F- ore Co'let crR. i Caa e' > n k.
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'Tht above brands (f i.{ ;- r tl- n' kl m no* H : I Ir_
Each andl vry q-n-: I Ir w Yr a strIk -uiurzmtee as to its sup-ior quality


S full supply of Evaporated Fruits, consisting of Peaches, Apples, Ap-
awg ricots, Prunes and Nectarine-. And prices are all right. R. C.
SWilliams & Co's Elite Jams, all flavors, in i-lb. glass jars, at
2- $2.10 per dozen. Heinz & Co's Fruit Jams in 3 and 5 lb.
Stone Crocks Every crock guaranteed pure.

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