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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 25, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00572
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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E*AU ZTAMIE Locaa Edftw.

t1r. Cu~liht.ut, Atlants's faumus 4)eu-
at, ww, in (k-ala Mtonday.
Wnemtuter, the Ocala Banner and
,Am Got3Imoner for)F$1 .7Th.
-feh Ckala Hoouse is ligiiiiiing thle
**&Ai AWith a fairly gowi travel.
Woe-%vevolall il-tiev 4411(hugs, iand
'.t i t..-t'~?~.(aimirett atid ierig
41tis lsnmji-. t o, t o e 2 on aer i-
ywc fior flit' IridajIt~t
Oill %.N I*li--; to) live l to'ei

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ae: ,; h T %.- av 1,P tIi I e tl

big.4e .141--i;v-j-i wearing a very

i,;ury too hi!- log ve'ubit- tArmi.
41-, Wraiy, the expert tunter (of the
i-isAafax NMuoiic Mouse, Dayt~oua, viit~ii
A'i-. c6tV. IA'a'IVt- rder.v; t Veilie's. tf
Mr. C'. ti. Perkjni. (of l'rovideziee,
I I, I- in 4',iala ''ilhis atim uzialwinter

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SI Mr. XV. M. ltr.,ks, of iFloral Ciiy,
S i in O]tcala :tttllin:- the sittinli n f
I Ilr' rnitt S'a' oiu '.
tl l ,"v ('. It. \ illn i', i .I -'.r ,if t.
' L Luke's 'hut.-in A'I..i" ,, ( i\\ii
| r -,lt'ti l '!; toili. i inlifi-I it; -" |'i i> j ;i
the Lu'y ,Coli l-titutk tiais y * Tei( I ve't it'( gr')vr. os f .1Mam'a n colul-
ty are happy. 1i heir bank accounts
- will so'oin le expaidiling andi they will
feel as big as Uncle Sami in the Phil-
I ippines. _
Mr. T. G. Bright, of Toronto, Can-
ada, a friend of Mr. Herbert A. Ford,
and a devotee'of golf, is in Ocala. He
says tour golf links are the beat he has
ever seten.
Prickly Ash Bitters cures the kid-
n, eys, regulates the liver and purifies
Sthe bowels. A valuiLle system
t -p'ecial azent,. 1-4
Mr. A I.. Miltc!,ll. of the .M. -:!t\vs
.t'ri' lltm rrv\t!e t ;it ,i l tivy, 1:4-i
1 ,', 0 1 M v'.:!l m :tI(S i to il)w Sii'iill
dl\ li ila 'l xc'l!.l ti ip ,-iti li \\w itli
wu iolt--'4t htm-" ill l itil,,r,. ,
friu .:,,I li r. iih !ih'ii \, l.
We iare glal to e4t. thllat ('Clonlt-l
Winiii.-< ScottFt lPrskey is a menilt r
If (;tv-t.rnotr Jenliing's staft. Colonel
Proskey served with distinction oni
thi' stiat' of (Gov-ernor Hloxlhain, alnd
is held in high t-:steemu by his coinl-
rades-in-armii.. Colonel Proskey is
now in Europe hut will return to
Florida -iooti and still clainis Ocala as
ii*. l i1111 .
J. A. sinlmberl, of lli.lhel, N. C.,
writ.-: "I lit artily l Kilney it will I aindl tli re i, titithiii-, t,iq al
t it. and I t04link pi1 ir the ipowl' it
i hi A. t i- i< p!i; f 1" Ii ) I S t.>I, ,. ill

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S. i t'r !H. tl. -T'ihi is the -;i- n t

ra-. ". T. 'ra-k cif Beit-h ciew, Ah(-i( I t vutwumhr- .'aou cc ithitt. r i'i andI
.Ila-; b -v l 'cie d iuig Soule ;4a th, ill ;nIt ttu nler- 'rsiec tIri anii
.'i~~~~~~~r.~~ i iaIi a etrltlltnw.SeJrr3' I.htvis' Paiti-I(ilh-r lurcs t(mu.
ha eundLm ..l h*Shenlit :yuah t ole.i
aL 'n-ij 1lu ieel I-Vher !-i-tvr, M0 T h t heIs=mic t ouilk
ialm! n, the wintii' is a,stiiget, ai~d(lie
I ~reuiIue. i.'i~'-. vervru'einiuist ini

tSAve doetfor'>.- luill'- lov giving Foltey's
A Um:-1' i(Il Tr ter itifftar~s -Anti e.1uil-
YtA.*ti~n.,,.to j ~rc'vent pettoi
u ~ td,~ hiuhi are fatal to s~o marny

Mrmg .tNN'.. J iIIC

Mr. al]Nht-?.Isii it hIrzjuluimitiund
v.i: I~r.'r It-ft fr.t Atlanita Monitay.

ntey alt' rji!-sedl vt yri mu-in, for (O'als
Q"for therm a w~armn place ini her af-

the' land keeps Pain-Killer, and no
onte -hhould ie without it in his fani-
ily. Avoid substitutes, there is linut
one l'ain-Kill-r, Perry Davi-'. P1'iie
.,'' and ;'i.

lTe -'rit. n if lIev. 1l.owaai D tlill.
e-ivt-brte l latst u-'uliua'y iuriiiiir inii tli.
pulpit of ("lic .M~ol;1-t i o"li-,,:ti
chulrchi of thlii i!y rt ceived ili:iny fa-
v0rai l'. :lit 1 i t t .lteril!: iii nti;-.
Tlh- -I'lii on \va ai aiie aii-It wai-r,
ly:,'liili ar! liter foriit- of imurdei'r,
blqth liiuider andl in vi',,titihn of the'
f.:riu of law. .Ir. Dtiil i-s namkiing
a very fint iuilpri't -ion in tin- city
anld hisi congregati~;- rureo dehlighlted
with hiim.



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Grand Reception.

One '.f le uo evetits of the sf:lson was the delihilht-
ful r *'e l,!ion given last Friday eveli-
it; i at ti.e Mont' -'.'iinl Hot-Il to the
S"' if '..! t ve;tns a ll a fea'.W
fri-iis by tlhe, Dikinisoin Cilihipt'r of
the I. I). C(., of this city. The disa-
greealde weather prevented some
from being preenut, but could these
have imagined how very pleasant
this happy atrAir would be they would
have been there, col i or no cold.
The spacious parlors and dining
rooms of the Montezuma were trans-
formed into gardens of lovely flowers,
palnls and vineS, which lent 'a soft,
subdued tone to the bright, vivid
light of the chandeliers.
The following interesting program
had been arranged and was excel-
leitly rendered:
Medley of l'ixie-Mrs. E. L. Car-


l t t T theIOI
i M -i--s rhil.. 'i..
i <, tl r!,qtft**. "lV tiiiL ol thlie Ohi
Cain! (;ro;i'.i"-- r\l. :tiil .MiTs. (rray,
Mrsl,. ilak :iil Mi-- VW hitti.l; ,Mi
Liihl ll p1 ii tt.
A., rirt-- o ('tnii!f'i -r.ttt, Veteransi -
Mrs. (;ar y.
Vor-al solo, "Dixie Latnd"-Miss I
A.,llress to U. D. C.-General Bul-
A most pleasant surprise was now
in store for all, and especially for the
beloved president of the Dickinson
Chapter of the U. D. C., our own Mrs.
(Gary, when little Mi-s Irma Blake,
on behalf of this chapter, presented
this good lt lady with a bIeautiful badge
of red ianid lhite ribbon, fasten .d to-
t her by a odt wr\v;:tli( of Iauirels,
which lit-hd illn tli. f-ii,.r' i piln .rpre-
stelltinig 'ir (C tfeer:ile flai,.
1Mr-. 4; try w.-s -. il d -oply touli' I,y
;( "-is '>' -; i of -' ,in *tiv l va In hr le
13. .1 I i I 1 (,' i;. \v ii i l h t
i l t t ie-;i i L rt I .i. v 1- a( k t i' i-
othe evei l il:w i.-. -: ir ;i l .yi

i,. V ii w> tii+';il- tile lb ast t*iij fyv wl,1 0t':itiire

lthiniis, u i < it.r which l lie ttibles Al-

llhe ltroir, where thi'y ,vre :gainl fa-
vorcd lv tMrs. ('arney with iorie (if
her carniinhig miusie.
Mr. C. MI. (irav then r(-cited in hi-4
ownl inir;itAbh Ie maniter a neglro 1ia-
l, tt story of leRv Quack St-ronti's
E'ntranc4, ii;to (ilory L Lid."
Mir'-. (ary '- ;dulre- was i!i .-d a
litr.i.tly g iti and -lituld be p:i':-d '.
.'b wicl -t :. fa,;il..' -pen, is a tl t'icii
.l-|.r;ke r. | ..-. --.. ,* l r,.:t ,p:,iii,'t ~ i- li,.r l t.- .
( iu .l rd lijit l. Ii.lva tys :y. lthe
ri i lthiil ill lie' i-i way at the
ri-it tlinw, at ul n his a b' I'i. on this ;-

rii, lmsi,. wai \ oo aii "-specially in-iiriing when all
joined ini siii)i1g (lthe chliruses of
"Tenting on the Old Camp Groundti"
and "Dixie."
Tie ladies spared no pains in mak-
ing this reception a grand success and
th-ir most sanguine expectations
were niore thun fully realized.
The time for parting came far too
quickly and each guest lade a reluc-
tant g''iood to the fair hostesses,
thsnnking then for a most enjoyable l
and loiL" to b. renimembered evening,
Sild sincerely hoping to lie enter-
t.tined by then many nmiore times.
A (I,.I-.IT.

* The Best Prescription for Malaria,
C('il!l anml fever i-a Ibo ttle, of 'r>ve'.-
Tal-O-l Nhil ITouiei It l- -imply
:,,:i ;;,'i t liinii eie in i a t:.-ttlt--- frmn .
1 c'e. iio f :iy. P'ri'- .' .'i t-elit-.
Making Life a Sweet Song.
T'he O-a. l l.ti r-!tulr' n its 1 its I, ,-t
gr;!teftil think- !t !!t' following
Si : il v:.. 1 fii n teir- f;r their ij ii.k
r, ,-i, i e i.> (ti e litt!H "1i ik i ( iiii l-
lers1," ail who help to make life iln
"uir at w'tum "a sweet v..r,' viz:
11. A.A. l-rd, I'. (. Fix, (ivorLe Coul-.
s'i. MI;-. hI. C. '4nii-'ter. .1. L. LU vili'-
t iii, I'--rs, Fole y anl (Co.. A S. .1.
t' ill:ia -, lilinto i nith, C. l.. 1- is-.
tuiilnk, ('!i:tmlierlin (',omrii-ny. J. H.

One Bottle

s Guaranteed to Cure or no Pay
[ .U
This is a Tonic that t-I

B Has Been 'L tried

SAnd Don't Fail.

Only 50 cevts at. _-

21 Post ()lic, I)Dru- Store.
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er, Mijs. \V. NM. El'tn id,', C('nin er
Liiiber r' I !ir-iny, T. L. MNI'(Coy, A.
.1. Edwards., E\aN'rds Bros., H. (.
Muinroe, HaltE 1gleton, L. It. Chliazal,
It. D. Fuller, W. B. Hare, J. W. Da.
vis, D. H. Baker, R. W. Davis, Mrs.
N. A. Sistrunk, T. T. Munroe, Geo.
H. Drawdy, Oliver H. Bair, Mrs..
Fannie R. Gary, Hl. A. Waterman, L.
RI. Estys, 0. W. Reagan, W. C. G(al-
braith, N. I. Hayes, J. D. HobKirk,
Z. C. Chambliss, Miss Lizzie Bost-
wick, H. S. Chubb, Chas. T. Trask,
W. 0. Massey, C. W. :Yongue, J. D.
(ilymp, Archie Baldwin, J. C. Mar-
tin, J. A. Ensloe, J. C. Hope, D. L.
Mark, T..I. Owen, Mrs. It. K. Smith,
M1rs. F. J. DaIrand, l[. O'Neal, W. I).
Blloxhaln, J. It. lDavis, 1. A. Ricie, F.
L. i Wes, WV. B. L:inlar, J. IP. Holly,
G(eo. l. Ty'lel, 0. ('. VWorst, Inry-y
\Vil-.:1i, Jolihni-oi *.'i 'Clivrk,
m\.s L ll lli r.)vdeiieIt! (0 p')|.iy,
(:4o. 1V. \W e'. .I. J. Fi;!her, 1- C.
l';i-'!e ,.Ie l it,,'i .1 -'-, S io v.i ii,
T1. l'. X .Ml Al, o .'. ( iirier, J. N. I'.
Mr.tWktoi, V. A. Hi-ker, of Alex. ch.dter
tyre, 'Pe.t r .\ lintyr,, l):;i l)i{;on.
I ,a', 1). iFr i guofif i 1 I. t \\'iniii ;tuul i,
T. .. hlerous, N. .ath, sys: "Exposure,.
Touviler, hi. ch. lded, \V. Niclsuil.t. io.
I had nd
A Life and Death Fight.
gai. to. u. ing's, of Maew Discovhster,
la., writing of hi almost beiraculout it
evape from death, ays: "Ex. Hposured
after measle it nmyuced serious lung

conighed night and day. All my doc-
tors said I must soon die. Then i be-
gan to use Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which completely
elred me. I wplid not be without it
even if it cost S5 a bottle. Hundreds
have used it en lmy recommendation
aiid all say it never fails to cure
throat, ct-hiet and lung troubles.'
egiIular size 5;1,,' antl .1. Trial h'ottles
1l,- at (; rrett & (Geri's drug store. 4
In Memoriam.

The following resolutions were
adolupted by the Fort King (amp No.
14, WV. ). \V, Ocala, Fla. :
WHXIERcA.s, It lhas been thie will of
the Suprenie Ruler to take from us in
the prime of young manhood our
worthy sovereign, A. E. Badger, a
member of Fort King Camp, No. 14,
Woodmen of the World, therefore,
be it
'Rsol."'d, That we must bow in hum-
ble submission in our loss, remember-
ing that all things are done for the
best, although it is beyond our world-
ly comprehension to fathom the
great mystery of death.
A:.,,,d \\e extend our sympathy
to the bereaved mother and sisters.
I',""., t, That a page in our minute-
book be set apart to his mem(,ry, and
tluese resolutions lie in.cerib d thereon.
II. li., Th'lat a copy lie sent to the
atli'cted fa:niily and to e Ocala
E' iiinig .tr anil O()'a!i Banner' with
l r.-ii'.ii- t I* I"',, ip ub'i>'i le .
+ i(.\-. K ,A. I:,
1. It. C' \l:t:t.r..

1 i m ni: i ttee.
Beat Out of an Increase of His Pen-
A lMexicahln W.r eteran ain plr' iii-
tent e'itoir writ-es: "Steigii the ad-
verti-enitiit of (Chainiberlaiti's (Colie,
Cholera and Diarlih oa Iemeily. I amti
reminded that as a so-,lier in Mexico
in '47 and '4S, I contracted Mexican
diarrhea and this remedy has kent




An Unjust Discrimination.
Ve note that at other place. in
Florida-even at so excellent a thea-
tre a.s the Tampa Bay Casino-the
prices for the Olympia Opera Com-
pany range from 2.3 cents to 50 cents.
The latter being the highest priced
seats. At Ocala the seats for the
same company-except in the "pesa
nut" part of the hall-were one dol-
lar straiihht.
Why should Ocala theatre-going
people pay more to witness the same
performance than the theatre-going
people of other towns in Florida?
Certainly it is not because our hall
is more gorgeous or seats more com-
fortable and luxurious.
A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks.
Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, vice-
pr'i.~ih Lt illinois Woman's Alliance,
in 1:aking, of Chamberlain's Cough
l.ntti-dy, -:ny: "I suiltred with a se-
ver, ,iih! thi- wiiit:r ;vhlic to run into petiunionia. I tried dif-
feren t rem(edi(s iut I seemed to grow
works and the medicine upset my
-toi:n-:hli. A friend advised me to try
haimberlain'.s (Cough Remedy and I
found it w\'s pleasant to take and it
re'lievedl me at once. I am now en-
tirely recovered, saved a doctor's bill,
tiue and suffering, and I will never
ibe without this splendid medicine
again. For sale by the Anti-Monop-
oly Drug Store. m
Loses His Overcoat.
On their honeymoon trip Mr. El L.
Mclntosh and bride stopped over in
Savannah and registered at the Pu-
laski House. On going in to break-
fast Mr. MInfutosh hung up his over-
coat at the door before entering the
dining room. After the meal was
over he discovered that same one had
appropriated his overcoat. Suspicion
fell on ex-Corporal R. S. Harris, of
the Republican Blues, a local military
company. The suspicion proved to
be correct. The young ex-soldier had
stolen the coat and deposited it with
a pawn broker. Mr. McIntosh finally
recovered his property.
Stop the Thief!
Stealing your money: selling you
poor garden seeds at high prices. Go
or send to J. B. Sutton, seedsman,
Ocala, Fla., for special low prices on
the best seeds on the market. To-
mato Elg Plant, Eastern grown
Beans, Rjc(ky Ford grown land other
Cantaloupe, Watermelon and Cucum-
ber seed are exceptionally fine. Sam-
ples free. On application of those de-
siring quantities, state quantity want-
ed when asking for samples. l-ll-4t.
A Prosperous Business Firm.
The heads of the firm of Messrs.
Hubbilard and McDuff were sI well
pleased with their business in this
city the past y-ar that upon receiving
thi balance .-heet they were more
thanu delighted.
Tlie buisines< wasV establlished in
0{tal:i jtist after thie disastrous fire in
1 ;;: and sinee which time it has been
steadily growilg.
It is now o:e of the old land(lmarks
and i- a- solid as the rocks of Gi-
Expels time noxious germs of d(yspep-
sia from thle system, absolutely cures
the disease and causes the stomach to
furnii-h healthy blood for ti-sue and



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By the
Of Others.
Wear the
Best Make.

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Me~rcimuts' Blovk. ') Fla Va.

I un'h'nthe direct i n of Mr. I) o 154)1
-otnu (*elCInt vwork is it' w c'i
(tone lupon1 the streets.
Borateil Talcum I'omder. i;',
p.errunie'd. jlt' pei 1Lox, at Tvdin-!M &
Co'e- d ru'Z-t ore.

preparatieli for 4 letml i u, the salp ,nd4
promoi4tinlg the ;!rowili of the hair.
Now i-; the timen fo r Iantd rut*. 11i
%E'IiO i l kt''D(14 "~i 'lv I H
To 1-t- aoded'-to th111- %lr t)ave' I,
spo.lkdedto tIh.-ze Z.NVet t lth]' pill,"e-
Wjfndl-lei are tMe 11t"LI114 of .1o1~ liii'Tu-
ney, of %Xvt'n liale: F. ",L 'iurniie, of
Y'omi; D. F'. Mack-, of New Youk.
ofStetibevn'ille', 016)tii, WC novi '~it' 'r- IR
viii' city Xdle 14'.4Zda 1and(1il4at" of (tie
Oeala H1ouse~. Ill tile i'1den timcis Mr'.
Liudsey was a r'.rgulari winter vis.itor
here natitwi tr.n0(Piloe "f the lztrge-
grove~s at Citra.
Brown it comlinig to t-mi 1. or
caurse there are many nif-lmlkers (df
the Brown family ill this city at tho
present time, but this .' jtanivular
1Rrowii will arrive in this vity this~
taeason. "I'he mission o(f this part i'u-
lar Brown is to spread a gehIvia l.!W
Jug happineqssover the 401m1!ry, 11114
to do' this,4,through t(ii!' uiied1111of an
intensely 1iumo4ro)ll farct, vomile4y, Cen-
titled ''Brown's ini Town.-

Ocala is certainly a zooil town. IHer
lawyers have grown ricli. Hter insur-
ance men have grown rich. Some of
her iews-papers and joti printiilnl '*..
tablishinents have grwin i rich. HIIr
market men hlav&e grown ri -h. It ;:',o'
for the saying that her p uiitl''~ li;ave
grown rich. I'iHer >phslhatte ir,,k,'rs
have growii ri,.h. In a: wor'In, O).nIla is
on "a tirill fouli datiol :. (<1i i y '-tp
i- a step upwardl l and ,',.var-i.
Circus in Town.
'li l i i'ti i Isy:il cir t :- in l.;
.,,iay ::;! i w ill i,\"-,, tw, t-x i l'iti e:..

United States Court.
The first term of the U'nited States
coutrt ever held in any interior town
in this sectioni of Florida convened in
O)cia~lalat Wednesday, Judge J. W.
Loekv presiditig.
After the imipanelling of the grand
jury the judge delivered his charge to
tlie-ua Stan~ding.4*
Judge Lotcke's t'nunciat ion k tr
d istinct and'Ihis. vioje plleasant andI
ilxijro.-sive. H is 4-har-e was very
j11in find si( 1mple, andi(is Very ~in
plivity rewdered it charming.
He efl atierated the crintes of wil it~
they *were tV) take eogoiz~ il~e, alld i 'ii
pressed 'apoti Oti'.11 thi. flil t :t rt li V
W44C1T ) to 1t it) Ir.0I iin (jtipm1V
fuml('l rem.', Fa %-) r4) r -1Wt 41 1; 1.
meICubmirs of th.,I'N.rI jury
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Mr. C. \LV. CII!4.X / A I inou. .1
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No']:eml't, uWcillamTth lw *rict., S.$t1e
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ling. U14 rJ( liP :trt for trivi l *1 P:1".G.-.

Lingering La Grippe Cough

.-My wife had .1 vfr.' -ver,,',?
is t~'(if Ia gi~ .11 11i1I it 14,ft I I, s r
avery hfad (-cu,,). She 'triedt' a li')Itlo
of1 i 4,ly lo-y ad aii ir anid it gv
imiet i I Cl (lit i rl. A 51)44' 2i'.abotle
Xii-Mmiopoluey Ih'ug 'Stt-I. nil

Dr. Smith 2nd the 'Possum.
vIji- w.I ''ii' l kst Tuesday
n Iitt h t D Ir. ) 14)-t i !Ii : inthI I-tIisa
v~at, but a i'lower i14%1ptct'ion1 diselose~d
it to be a 'jossIlni. A ItlI4u-(Iithe
1doetor weighs ov r Itwo)Ini ndred
aOllini'isliane -1) 11 1!i !li iit. uItle-fn i idtot
be tile lar'.!t -4 :Ilid tf ttf -t1 )'5l1 lie
ever sa'~1w, a l ld e fo-il'proud o.' ii
va1)ttj tre. If- ii.h,.-Iit (lhe nvxt
I day':And l u! Ii' ito Ic )!j! fori' a

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You Know What You Are Taking

pay. T-
Left Home to Follow the Venetian~ Show
7';1-. lviki alt's L.I- 4m~-i*, .
antid 1f1iclilh -'r:4 f Inu-'t. ,'"Z-1 tcctal 'it

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That expresses it exactly. Of course.
you can go to other stores and pay more for
the same articles than we ask, but you will
not get any better, for we sell the

t Goods Made
If you have lived in this vicinity l."g
enoughh to become thoroughly acquainted y. u
von't think of buying any article before look-
ng at our assortment. If a new-corner or a
stranger, ask your friends or a neighbor. they
vill tell you what nearly everyone knows--that
we are headquarters for the

;t Goods at

e Lowest Prices.
We take l;ride in postin o, "r ii-.ton1,t.r-
n what goods are wrtl :,,:'! -}:,:;; ii, ;
lOW to save ioiey. Y ',l's fer



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~ Bet b~ja ~iithe 2"ity!

Oys t ei in Every S yle!
idljo-Roates Very Reasonaible!
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Pooi. and Billiard Tal!"es

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Attentioni and SatisfFa,- ry -i.,: u-
to everyone.

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Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works

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Successors to Pittman & Co.


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Lumber, M te;s

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l)Il,.-, Door and \i:liow Fraim s. Wailinns, I'l!lpiT. t, ,lr,.,,
Suit-. Kitcih.i T";,lle, ;n l Safes. Mllin -. T ir .,l W .,,k.
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MOTTo: ritE BANNER, BELIEVING Cotton Convention.
THFSE AT TilK TOP TWELL ABLE T The above named convent ion was
IAKE CARE 4ll" THEMSELVES, HAS uot us large as auti'*iptat d, and those
LACi: ITS STANt, IN THE BARRI- in attendance were principally col-
ll: 1 WITH THIE iCOM:MON PEOPLE, ored farmers.
1ND I1! Fi;ll*T WILLB. RE MAIE FOR Mayor Fishel presided. Il mtalade a
ile HE IT;RMEN"T iorT'oM. tlion would result in great good.
- He introduced as the first speaker
Mr. J. H. Harvey is now postmaster Hon Henry W. Long. of Martel. Mr.
a: Anthony. Long is one of the old landmarks of
The Railroad restaurant makes the county and one of our most pros-
,prcial rates to weekly boarders. perous and scientific farmers. His
advice was excellent and was deliv-
Governor Jennings has appointed ered in an excellent manner. He
February 1 t for Arbor Laty celebra- said that the conditions now were un-
t'.* ___ dergoing a complete change; that the
The Ocal Hous, fed one hundred great manufacturing and industrial
and fifty guests for breakfast last Sat- enterprises were being consolidated
,irday. under single heads, and this, natural-
rhe fine office of Messrs. Ford and ly, was throwing a great many men
.illeris nearing completion. It will out of employment, and persons who
elegant. flocked 4o cities would find it more
Slgnt. -- and more difficult to secure remuner-
Ourliue of tlilvt -,apst i, Second to active employment. But these condi-
.ioue, anid we invite your inspection tions, lhe said, do not apply to the
'anrrett and Gerig. farmer. He has it in his power to be
%li-4 l.-ivelette .Martin has returned independent, and that the South is
*.omn Tallahas-ee. where shel went to engaged in manufacturing the cotton
attend the inaugural ball. into the finished product, which
would make the priee and the de-
Pleasant Purgative Pellets contain mand for same larger. Besides this,
:.., calomel. Nothing better. Price, a market for our cotton fabrics is be.
5 cents, at Tydings & Co's. 1 ing rapidly opened in China, Japan,
Mr. T. T. Munroe has the honor of Cuba, and in our possessions in the
ring the foreman of the first United Philippines, and in Porto Rico, and
-tates grand jury held in this county. the Florida farmer would be wise to
put himself in a position to take ad-
Mr. Frank I.. Thayer, of Denver, vantage of these conditions. He ad-
< .I,.. a cousin of Miss Jessie Maughs, vised the farmers to apply scientific
i a been a pleasant visitor to Ocala methods in their farming operations,
.his week. and lbeautify their home- with plants
Mrs. T. .. '. Park. of ,Macon, (Ga., and flowers, and make them comfort-
...dO a vi-it to 4Ocala. Mr. Park is a a a:'nhh."d attractive.
itwi1d lof Mr. lhuctkalew who is s-penl- His remarks eli.ited very generoiu-
tg tr'. wintitr with u<. a*1au-e.
Mr. Imong wa f.ollowtd Iby P'rof. *Jo-
"hl i .u1ue Ldi-' Whi-t lul w:t- seplh 1 \VWilev. of lV.-ndendoii A.atd-
,. :.ti, ,l ,o, V .dnt-eday *:*firu ,. M ; T. T l .ilr \hiicl' hl t
M v ; ira l Harri.. Tlie 16rize- j'a ill allI I +., a, t ,k .:'E t

urju i. :wr.i (i 'llthe ity will 'SpE71(I
tt N il lr'i. r u t :i a;t r if th aidvir. I:- l
n tir-t (-' rn i >'ill ,hf t il to II< ?< err, f r". r i- onillv I 0,1' wf .y
S< ... n .. Xl r It i. v t iiig at ll the ll-ved it i ma ill is 'l- r t on sea,
S. At li, It w hl l. giv : bly i' ai i r l'd cotton,- and i l'i id it a- an;.
.\: r (-'..C. M.k lHubbard a'd a!ongIr!o.i N. .NI for llt few what. s\V:l r ;. id what fertilize.
Mt.. 1i.,d Mr. o apply He also iciderda, ll ve
S. erly of th alineiicsvilnd his slnier of the inis a whiI.
N.1w 1,rk <'ty. fricids f i anj. .
i. the ,-V wi.. Dutton &<( < cotton buyers, was

on ty. !ar.t iw the ity u nd will spend mas government, and tli.: egro
s lu-htll Mt th 0ot Houc.ed mn in Florhidt on st, a
M-111 Anna H nid .i.oiting Mr-.f. j M. Hubbard and along practical lies. He told them t
Mr., N. M Allred for tlhe pst fewp whatstded use and what fertilizer
lwek-. ltf yetlrdty fkor her llome in t apply He allo incidentally ave the
'Washiin vi'ttoin tihe negro sonme advice along political to
Mr. A. !I. .iddon, formerly of t hi lines, and his sat bei hli is a wlhle
.ty u' now ia re-idcnt of Biiring. i mn's government and the -pgro
.am. M11 i, oi a vi-it here and is n must recognize/ this fact and make up
.,,king tlh i"-ture of healh and l ais mind toh abide by it or nmve to
-reigh. HIIyti or Liierriia," was loudly a'p-
.f id lauded ry them.
Ti- ll:. -l bank in Mexico ilas just .n( eral llullock was next on the
.,, :;,.-d a dgvidied of 1:. a lr .ent program antd made what pr,'v.d to I
!'at,. '.xi ,o, wiat ou t hc consent of th spelieh of the day.
s. e r naliotiro, i- o a silver Iasi. He said that efre cld hope
..ld an I fv: l roii. to ,gain the respect and esteem of thee ,
If!,-.-w Smiiih. a prominent t.l- world, the negroliarl to p:ry especitl l
i<-l / To day and wa. buried Wtednesday. ito practice:
,. waa pood, citizen and set a goodt 'iurst. tohriitm.
fo\4tipll.o it- wasl O e t:.rIea iuelC- nscolyn. Morality. of the cily ctou'lcil. Third. Industry.
T-le **st Plrserip titr malaria General Bullock dwelt more or les s
Chills and fever is a bottle of atlength on each of the se subjects,
Urove' Tsatele Chili Tonic. It i a a e always does in an im-
emlply iron and quinineinn tasteless promptu speech, acquitted himself
form. Nocure-no-rpy. Price 2Jc. ; handsomely, and when he had tin-
Mr. R. R. Lester. of Bullock, Fla., shed received a full share of ap-
iate of the firm of Lester and Ellison, clause.
M' moving hi. saw mill plant to Silver William Edwards, colored, was the
t4priugM. He will also erect a still last on the program. He said he
larger mill, with a capacity of (oi,OW,) noted that Mr. Roliuson had said day. He has leased and pur- "this is a white man's government."

.hased a large quantity of land in He said the negro filed no objection
the vicinity. to this declaration. He only asked
that the white men who governed
If troubled with a weak digestion, that the white men
I1.'lhi-*,j. sour stomach. or if you feel should b gen rtlee ihn. muic
dtull afti'r ,,atiuz, try Chamnberlail's I het lored furni-JifAi nusic,
'ull atir eatid tryer Talets. Prie 2,5 and after the last speech the conven-
S,,, ad r a te tablets. Pri wa : journed, and all present
-,.:ii- < li~l ^', fre tat tlt e Al i-Mo- t u ^^/
*wvretinvited" (o lartaLe of a barbecue
,.1.. Attia, .,. vw.hich had been prepared lby the citi-
Mi-. .\iia B.-Rad IIHopkins and Mr-. zns of Or'ala.
t ,'. t. Blake are delegates to thlle I i- believed that the collventionl
-,I t', t 1i\; i fIf thll I'Iiti d will result in great coo(d alnd a large
tui.t.- ,f il., O',nfedertsav which crop of! cottoli will eit planted ill Ma-
"*:'e. i'. i :i4- i '.L .ii try 3<0. M1 rs. ri i,, this t-son.
< ,.rdnl .- tl" ai ."iMr-. A. Brtun- A Fast Bicycle Rider
* v:a- .lt.rat.:t, -. Mr-. l. Morgan ill often receive painful cut-, s(raiti-
- i; -:tl.trecordinlg -ecrt-tary and W ( 1rui ( cfi cit htilents. Ilucklen':
i .-i,.i. ,.l.1 Miss Lula ( ry ex- Aor Ir.ic t Salvef it l the pain and.
p. :-I t :.i, : I as a vi-ilto. heal the injury. It.s the cyclist's
i. .. ::;:,o.. ; : : h L:, frieiAd. C'urs chaling, chipped hands,
S- ." .--or : -is r sr ltips, i urn-A, ulcers and piles. Cure
: .t :': -'c '. i-i, guaranteed. Onll 2e. Try it. Sold
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In order to follow out our policy of not carrying mer-
chandise over from one season to another, and to effect a
quick clearance of our entire stock of Winter Goods, we
inaugurated, commencing January 17, an extraordinary

Clearance Sale

SAt Decidedly Low Prices!l


15c Plain and Novelty
Clearance sale price

Dress Goods.

-------------------------------- 9c
25c Novelty and Plaid Dress Goods.
Clearing sale price
---------------- -----------15c
39c All wool Cheviot Dress Goods.
Clearing sale price
------------------ ------------ -
^ c All Wool and Silk and Wool
Dress (Goods. Clearing sale price
----.---------------.--------. Pcq

,-)All W'ool Zt-belinevs. !'11411
(41;trin". salt' 1)IiC4


Al l eleta(ialltII o d

... -

5 '" Sicilian Mohair. 4t-ill
Clearing sale price

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Black silk skirt, lined with mercer-
ized taffeta, velvet bound: former
price ~12.5.,. Clearing sale price
------------------------------ .
Black taffeta skirts, lined with mer-
cerized taffeta. velvet bound; form-
erprice C11.,5. Clearing sale price
.. ... .. .. *.
Black all wool chevi.: -,kirts: former
price 4l.oi). Clearing ,-ale police
--- .- --- -- ----------------?*.('
Blh ack brocaded silk skirts: forii!er
price' 15 i ,'Scarin'. sal price
-- .- .------------- -.... .. 0
Black silk mohair skirts. witli ap-
plique triitniing: former price 8 .3'.
Clearing sale price.
........------------------ .......----------.. 'i.
Black brilliantine skirts: former
price, 81.75 and 81.J,0. Clearing
sale price
---------------- --------- 9S-(
Balance on hand in Capes and Jack-
ets, all this season's goods, will be
sold at clearing sale prices.

()n account of late delivery by our
manufacturers, we offer two lots of
Ladies' Shoes, in button and lace-
our regular price 82.00 and $'.50-at
$1.59 and $1.89. These are reliable
and serviceable footwear.
Our Special Shoes,
Queen City, for ladies ....-..----....1.50

Thle l',gina., 83.00
Cro'ssetot's Shoe for men -------
Footglove, for m ,en .....-- .... 3.,0
Bannister's shoes for men ------.. 5.00
We guarantee these to be the best
values oni the market. *


In this -emiii-aianial clearing sale
We are o'ferinig exceptional values in
order to clo,:-e out the entire stock of
Winter Clothing. The feature of this
sale is a brok.,en lot in sizes and quali-
ties of( Mes ('Coats: former prices
ut).,o to)t, a. Clearing sale priceS1.50

150 Rolls, at unheard-of low prices.
Not a reduction sale. New, fresh
goods just obtained, from a leading
importer at about half their original
prices, and will be sold at the same
extraordinarily tempting concessions

FOREIGN WHITE COTTON FABRICS. Every reason can be urgedifor
buying now. Makers abroad depend upon these first productions to build up
future trade. They send their gems. We show them crisp and fresh as flowers,
unspoiled by the handling of later days. They are absolutely and authorita-
tively the favorites of the season.


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Mrm. H. B. Plant is still pushing her
mlit to break the will of her late hus-
The average number of cases of la
grippe reported in New York City is
about three hundred.
Edwin Markham's latest poetry
sounds like a slice off the new cen-
tary's most roseate sunset.
The Peninsular Company, capital
N5,000, has been chartered. It will
do business in Jacksonville.
Mr. Bryan's income from The Com-
moner promises to exceed that of Mr.
MeKinley from the presidency.
Mr. Alfred G. Vanderbilt paid ,one
of the officiating clergymen at his
marriage 3W000 and the other $-'2tO.
Spain will try to get along without
a navy. An y man can get along
without nmittens in warm weather.
William Morris' saying is wortlrhy
ofadoption: "Life without iniiustry
is guilt: indus-try without beauty i7
, Mr. A. C. Mc(omb, of Wiscon,;i'.
has purchased 50,(0 0 awres of timber
land near Tallahassee. lHe will erect
a mill and saw the same into lumber.
The exports from the United States
to Germany have more than doubled
in value since lS5'.. The totals were
$70,153,.Y4 in 189. and S179,1.4,4109 in
The Olymplia cotton mill of Col um-
isa, 8. C.. i's the large :t in tle world.
It will manuf-:iture prints-a new dle
parture in industrial enterlirisi- inl tlhe
Henry Watter'. o :avs tlat tlie n;::i
who Ia- nlonlinalod David II. lill .:
president in l;l14 is nhlkini u tlie .
ing gallery of hi-i i niiintoh :il, i< lisinli;, only.
Dr. \V. 0. TIIi th"' O li0 Sttt I'l iv I l.-!y, (V(:_- f-.
are rapidlyiy i...iviin.,- th p ,-i ,f :h,
old s iipll--iii;iminied e (pl i *i :ul -
velepil;i in't' aln C< ir
Bryan hliave ioth i >'i- it, i v;' t :.i-
dres:; tlhe Tex s le-i;t.lri(. Iu ths.
fiennitio:; <,f dvnii ra ry v.., >i Hj-t' :t
both of itth .se 41i-!il': i.-;id d .ml l 'rit-:
will iri-'ve ;t -o at ; i: ';':< 1.4'

A co(tolln iil I\ put ii n .irt ,
at <4 uitniat i. (; i., lia.t .!Jui:, :i;td at :a
receit n t tit!g of I Al. ,-t ki-!Ilr.-- :,
.selli-aiinnlial ,ivi.
uent, e M -it rtv. :i (Id ;. li, ;.: ..;! 'i .i,
du plu 1' love thi t bl lieil i;ii!i ( ,f ti, k.,ith
no .#il .

The l arily Valley Newi il t *!..i. that
the American pol ar; ;; I t;er a ii l. i

to build good roads thami thi'e of anyy
other country, anlid they have tlie
worst roads in the civilized wof'ld.
Good eountly roads ale expenlsivw,
and yet our popl,. supi.ort a system
o(if roads that arte mlorte stly thalin
city plavements.
All the property belonging to the
late Hamilton Disston will soon ie
sold at master's sale. The number of
acres Is two million, which have been

practically tied up for several years.
It is believed the state will be largely
benefited by the sale. The lands are
located in the counties of Osceola,
DeSoto, Orange, Lee and Dade, and
all of that section of Florida is on a
big boom.
Mr. Cleveland's utterance at the
Halland dinner struck the right key
and is receiving very favorable com-
ment from the press in all parts of the
country. The only unfavorable criti-
cism is that the utterance was some-
what belated. Mr. Cleveland should
not have, by his silence, helped to
fasten on the country the condition of
things he now says has already oblit-
erated our ancient landmarks.
The Oeala Banner coolly trots out
the following candidates for the addi-
tSinn l izp st i n im cnr iv-a- Pi*n- I In



[NoT.-The following beautiful and graceful
compliment to the wiMrvi Confederate reter-
ans was delivered by Mrs. Pantne R. Gary at
the reception of the Daughtets of the Confed-
eracy at the Monteunma Hotel Friday night,
January 18. in comimemoratioaN of General
Lee's birthday, and is printed at the request ot
the United Confederate Veterans of Marion
Gentlemen :-Dickison Chapter of
the United Daughters of the Confed-c
eracy, whom I represent, extends t5
each and every Confederate veteran
and their friends here present a cor-
dial greeting.
One by one your comrades are drop-
ping out of the ranks, and the heads
of those who remain are growing
grayer, and their steps less active,
therefore, as loyal Daughters of the
Confederacy, we wanted to meet you
and tell you that our admiration for
your heroic deeds, instead of dimin-
ishing with the passing years, has
g grown more tender and sympathetic
as we recall ,the hardships,' dangers
and sacrifices, which you cheerfully
endured at your country's call.
We thought the anniversary of the
birtlr'of your peerless leader, (iein-ral
Robert E. Lee,. a fitting oecasioni to
permit us this privilege.
Thisis is one of 'lie co(n'niemnorationl
days eiijoineitd iby our orrgaiiization.
Wee desire to present the life of (Gei-
eral Robert E. Lee to tile youni, asl
ain inspiration to lofty purposes..
In military geniiu, in ,loftinc-je of
so'l,, in purity of character, in d(levo-
tion t principal 'i e aild duty, al!d ill
humble Christian diIlpenilt'nce on Dii-
viine guidaici, '.lite was an example ,of
the highest tyi'pe of nmanlhod.
Regard ug hi ill i.-i. e, first i
Virgini, the sta'_e ot hii birth, l.e
hole of his lf:nui!': tiiel kitild'r i, ;nilt
the grave, with on- exception, of his
di.stiliguished il cestly, he I:.wailted
her action, ',iand then l're and liis life, it' Ie'tess:ril', to e h a ;;u-c
which 4 iti -i s(4(- -1l4i W\Vh,- i t oli c'allu.'d flor 7.,-Mi lit'llI to iiv:
Iand I c<1rI t S'.i b, h- k I, r
ri- ihtful iph ,, ii ti.6 \1'tn1-11.;i* ',1 l* l. r
.' ufthienl -i-? is i iId ftnli 'c f;i" oiur
hlionit-, our Ii 'lloi ;.2tL- 0o i"' col l.- iA i-
tional r:hit4s. Tliree days later ( :,-
en 'l R oIlir't .! I,,;< < ; n, i -,c .-
mi is .ion in t!w "-* :. .r:".. .,
th iou lh lir lla i i t i i .' it i f !
( utiin'ltol :- (i i'.0 1 ,. !'s : -ui, '--
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1t' '1 th ... 1 ',1 '. [ 1It i:

[):iui^ htt- rs ol t* ( y r ri f i i ill
'on entii' l i ui ui- s .ii l, rts .Iv\'i it; '

supply tha*. .
The cro..s is the univi e'r~al ,-ilA :,.'i
of the hligi&-f t dinm!ity, lih'it.r ;>:il
self-sacrili'.e. The I nitdi l)Aughtier-'
of the C'on f-der.iey have chosen this
symbol as :l a expression of their vet:-
eration for the remnant which i'. left
uq of our grand army.
Ours is essentially a memorial and
historic as,-oiation;. It is therefore
our duty to keep the record of every
person who receives these crosses,
which are conferred only on the
presentation of proper credentials,
setting forth the services of the ap-
plicant. The box and card which
hold each cross show the number un-
der which the name and record of the
recipient is registered.
We hope by means of these crosses
to obtain and preserve records of per-
sonal heroism that might otherwise
be forgotten.
In conclusion, gentlemen, allow me
to assure you that the southern n
Cross of Honor," which we/present to
you tonight, though of no intrinsic
value, represents the empire which
you h"ld in the hearts of twenty
thousand loyal Southern women, who
delight to honor and reverence the he-

Sick Headache
1- the iaiie of wo iien. What is
wanted is not relief alone, but relief
mi(d cure. Pr Loyal Ford's Dyspep-
ticide will vure -i- k headache for all
time. It limkt.s thie stomach right.
Anti--loinopoly Drul. Store. liI
The cottn miill, at Statesville, N.
C., besides declaring an annual divi-
dend of S per cent., distributed 71 per
cent. in stock from accrued dividends.

BANNER SALVE is the Creat Healer.

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Br,' r of ." .;' 'i h la, \ hi. vi h ,ul ':uscd i
her grTat u -..ri"ng for yealrs-. Terilrile
sr' I' would break out on her hltad and
fa'.'i, nii the Ilst doct' rs could give. I
nof lielp; but her cure is complete and
her hi'alth is excellentt.' This shows
what thou-ands havo |,roved,--that
Electric Bitters is the .b.t blood puri-
fier known. It's the supreme remedy
for eczema, better, salt rheum, ulcers,
boils and running sores. It stimulatts
liver, kidneys andh oweli, expels poi-
sons, helps digestion, builds up the
strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by
Garrett & Gerig, druggists. Guar-
anteed. 4

Masters of Men.
The Saturday Evening Post an-
nounces for early publication a
twelve-part serial story of love and
adventure by Morgan Robertson.
Masters of Men is a powerful tale of
the new navy.
The central figures in the story are
a rich orphan, who has entered tIhe
navy as an apprentice, and ia young
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The Ovato- t* Q .
Occasionally we run up against ar-
ticles in the Atlanta Joureal that are
to our political feelings like robbing
the fur on a cat's back in the wrong
direction, still we find much in its
columns to admire and commend, and
very few articles more than the fol-
"The ovation given Matt Quay on
his reappearance in the senate be-
spoke the decadence of our politics
and was sadly significant of the low
tone of polities in our country.
"Theret is absolutely nothing in
Quay'r pblie career to commend him
to the respect, to say nothing of the
admiration, of his fellow-citizetus
"His successeN have been won by
methods which no honest man can
approve, and his recent election was
accomplished only by the prfidy of
men who had been elected to vote
against him and had signed a pledge
to do so.
And yet this trickster was applaud-
ed by senators and cheered by the
galleries' when he walked into the
senate yesterday. Neither Webster,
Calhoun nor Clay ever received such
demonstrations of welcome to that
"What must we think of the state
of publi' opinion which makes it
possible for Qu:ay to be a Lrou? What
shall we say of the iort s and de-
cenliy of '1 !,,Oli ical larty, a great mli-
j,;-it of ,'- members hold him in
all -t iI.,l< ; r4us regard ?"

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SThe man who sokcs

SOld Virginia Cheroots

* has a atistcd, gladd I have otit"

expression on his face from the i
he lights one. He knows he will

* not disappointed. No matter 0
* where he buys one-Maine or Tcxas *

5 Florida or alifornia-he knows they
* will be just the same as those he getsE

at home-clean-well made-burn

* even-taste good-satisfying
ThtI adred llio Old Vaia Chferoot s smolti
S ym. A kyorad ow di. tice 3 for 5 cats.

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muccus patcbes in
thewno ut h, crup.
t ons onthe Ain..
I* ranh nrerthr-st. 'Ct,.of":
coloreti i'p1utches;
fiswilcu glan Is, Achiul4ig ususilr!
and boue.N time d.semae jk making
Iranpd heads-av. and far wors
*y..t$ob will follow inmls the blocod is
p'OW-py and fe~c ually cleansed of this
.-oo dgomeivepon.
S. S. S. ainhIe only safe and infallible
cure fnr this e.isea%-,- the oulv antidote
for this specific pni~on. It -cures the
Worst caw,.% thorough I vand temnau e nthv.

three edcom but
did me rn ir~r-: I vrait rrtirz worse all the
@time:m 1. 141r (atnf eou.11, II appeared iin mi
tbroat a,'4 imu'i.-I%- -ivv. a.yne)-qc~ot C vre4
trith ce~. p~C.-IOrcdarid (1C&1iVs
jainmy ..hntuders awl armrns. My condition vo.,
barevienbtin u,'- wse ; on) t.i effitelas jIwa
clat ur4erntand my beffc-ingn. I berd about
too &3 h4pe cif ever being~ well otignia mph=
I de",vF-d to triv S S..S,
bw. 1.u..t conftvi I had
little f~itTA left in" any
mejii~va. After taking
thethird bittle I noticed
1%char"e in my condi-

Wee tw rie6. LS. S.
thoroulgh trial. From
that timc on the improve. ,
wient was rapid S.S.f
WmC. ed 1r) li~ve the dis-
mqe e'wpletely under
contrri-. the wrL ad
ulrern heeI4 andIP was
%r4-11 free frem all .-irns ..
M4 ths- dinnrder; I~
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tonsI uui. sd we nttbv#- prompjtly Itle
tinpund will h- fully oe'4.uiied. [t410

not ,,a.-:ill 1-ythis that thee lin~~. .S
M1ayev Ct r I *t- o% tral* tea, for 1 d41 49 14
toi-leve, Ill- value orf he rtxduatt
would be impaired if ev,-ry ac-re of
laud on the peninsular of Florida
were con verteal into a stock farm.
A. and 1. Aivr., Plant tsymtem.
jaa'kionville, Jan. 19, 1901.
The Mother's Friend.
C hanaberzahiu'4 e ought Mintedy is the
IUo!her*!. favorite. I is jsum.-atit aind
ssfe for childrenz to take and always
cur"~. It is intended e.qmeeialIy for
cougs, tidt-, 4-rou1p atid w114)ojiiIg
coughi, aud i-A the tut-dicine made
for theste dige'u's.. There isi not the1
Ieav4tdan:ger iu gi-.-ing it to childirenl,
fair it -,!O ti-4 Ito n"ophunti or otht-r in-

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sale' lay the nj-4Iap. Drug~
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19 Il, for county commimsiouer from
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KiJncy Trouble Makes You Miserable.

A .;'. everybody who reads the news-
pa: .ir; t: :re to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
in Klmer's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
It is the great medi-
N / cal triumph of the nine-
,, teenth century. dis-
covered after years of
scientific research by
1 Dr. Kilmer, the emi-
nent kidney and blad-
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lane back. kidney. bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form cf kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's SwaO-*R(et is not rec-
cmrrendedforeverything but if you havekid-
ney. l.ver or bladder trouble it will be found
jus* the re-.edy you need. It has been tested
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who has charge of the "Golden Acre
Grove," located near this city, for a
bunch of ripe, beautiful kumquats.
Tne kumquat is a Japanese variety of
the orange. The fruit is very small
and is eaten peel aed all. It is very
delicious. It bears quickly, stands a
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['ontliuted from last "*.- h k1

Old Silvere was wise in interrupting
Mwe Interview. In this vast and lux-
-wious Imperial residence, where le-
Xlons of valets were moving at all
4ours of day and night, where the
'"rali had ears, he knew that he was
'-ardly tolerated, that lie was watched
every hour. for no nlie was ignorant
t 1.-i tenderness for the young prince.
Poor billvere! What would he have
Abhouight If on returring to the cot-
-inae with 'tohl-tte aft:-" the departure
oif ii;, r'n'r-. lie 4 il have' pi'w"-
tr;;it-d t o l<' !'part-; : :." w 'h-re Prii ,-
M e r ..... i. .: hl;.'s d .esk. siit
'ljug a.s.poa>it.' Li : *. i::.".. rapiidly t., ,
.>pen tlrl" \i 'n itii.i -. ,.:rsponden<-< '
h-biih h! hai L iu ,- \ N .,! 1 frurn all th l
-a{ f ii:r!t .;'. ';.a : ling like a:-
J lI wi. tti- ;.,i' l,:.' iln the i:...!. t of a di .
*knati.' vt,,~.0 ha'. l e'I 'l d \-t. honor an':
riches. .os.s.<,.. hig liht i';rtinl cross of all
the orders of lu',rope. Prii-iwe Metter
.ek:h. minister 4.f state an ,,-d ;anid chani
*eqlter, was troulNedIl -y d:iv :aindl his re
.lif broken Isy nii..t. It v,.s the sp tec
ticr of Napoleon that troti'0-i him.
Yet the enilmror vwais -le '.
On this upechil I1.: ''.ancellor
ras illore gloolillmy:;l, -lI. i.ooking fro:;i i.; .. !ie land
*sw'n the sion .f '1 :. ablhor-
WRl t alk!!:;, ;-i.:. i'. .' r who
wal;' .0" rpctuh'illy tl :: ;.s patllh.
The }iith l t :f ; '..: ; ;ile
Hi i' i'- t!','.i.! ,i:.i! !i ,: ,r of th f
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Then, as S;.ul I;: t '* :: [ !l-
Iuascu3 on the d4:iy w1l,. tit i ::: f
the Most H iigh sh,:,- tt*.., i, -o::1.
the yotu Iinaii f'l l 'up :1 : I it*,.
and, in his confidhiic..! iln lh* gillstii
of his father, .wore v to lli;o\v ,f that
unworthy slavery in whih hle was
chainedl. to reconi'qur il lherl-
tage, never to shelieie i- i. swrd until
that (lay v.lh.!l. (c.tiih fri Notre
ilame, a elrow n iil > I'.- .;i 1 :i 'epl*-
ter in his li;pi!. l i' \v ii .l ,. ,. :itl.
strong ll'. to avr n.:. i <; : i ,: : ,- 'ii
awil ltli ltijiiri of li l l- Ii., .I".Is"
niagnagizillu'i iioul '. |:. ..
A Jm om enl'lt >*t l" i.' *;.il .; :''I ,
t l'e r i';o, i i : l !.'ill '. n 4.1'i i i l hf. lry ; '- I I 1 i'l'i:io-
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X V Il1 \ ii htl .l;liI oli l. l fallen iinto 'ec will I:< l a;'1 Iian
ter, lihe felt it ieit. s.-- lr3 l! It a ,\ i 'flris..
ani tixedl it.r re.s id :t! e in i.-t'tr:i. lie!
had a natural soti. Otto, who po?'sessedl

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"'so tstulpis .i -1 *.-: l ;\.:vy. M!ttt;ernich
-w.sI- q*i'iki.'y ft a,:t; 1.!> tlr :Titil ran':
The !W*Kia; : nl .y :;:- .irqcal ;i:N siormi
fo' T hre t ihe l.:i.nIvc ', ;:i illt!: .,i< r,1 r-l'.
-.c9 il h.i:, ret!,'t. isin- 'i *liplo ti:tn
W."" .'*.. 1 h i:"- fo'rgo W.!: i :i p;r, s li ,
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li- ;'lucit'll' l(,'f ilt I["!h.

C!'.MI'T I I1,.
Ili. t:TTa.L
i''hen Peri'hasi(3t had left Silvere
-.and Colette he regained his apart-
Meuta, profjr,.milr ts'ebled. The view
vC this tender and devoted young-
*hrl who had spoken to him of his
.-ountry ina o touching a manner made
.as heart beat quicker and gave birth
,o sentiments which up to this time he
had not experienced. Taking the
hicillh of violets, lie plaRe' them lie-
Tore hi!m (iln ,Iis desk. The view of
ney from Vlianet', east him into a rev-
'rie in which piteanlcholy w;is notat
-'!xeii;st fc:ni s-wvetnesetc .
Sil. thicy ,>.ot typify hi. o\vn d'*s-

t:.-. ;.t 20 y-;:'r.. :in a e orlin.;irily joy-
.;:! i* Yo,:i;t -' :'a:<, h.h l lad ro lght lillni
n\ al, l .-t ivnii,.ssiblce to be borne.
,.:t ;,i:o're imip',rit;iia!t ha3tters clani ed
'- .s titi.lst.,'i ti"s. .I.- T ohe :' i.t ,f the
;'-' 'wh Clihi ('ol!..,t.1' wa,] i -"I T hA:,;" : h.*
-.,','ied to) opmni it. i Hirdy 'ihal his
ye rested; ; i;p;- w. i<.n a. carried
't "o !his lips. v.;; i l. ;i-u li s is<.
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"JUST I'L'LL ~Y LAII A'e beat Il ~A1tiJ'i

a pred~sposltJoo to evil.

One night Prince iMetternt:cii. in lited
of a tool, had cast his net into the
depths of Viennese society and by
chance drew out the kind t,! man he
required. this same Otto dIt 'Falken-
stein, whom he had sumlnoit.d.
When lhe knocked at the door of
tho prince's. almrtimiet, t.lhe latter wias
pacing back a nd forth. e 1irt1i ti g Iu his
feverish lai.unds a letteltr wl.i i :coatri'er
hall ji;.st i'l',;!ght tio thi t l; ; !.
Thee llev\s frl iit his ;?; '.e. i,:,hi ;
t i refct'fc at all reassuiriing. A Iol' :ip:irtia t .-t ;;
sI)iracy (oin the point ,tf lrei:'i i
out. f 'r thel plirliaost of rt-ti 1oiif iV l (,f
the pr',V.'iit ,v1ir'l) r eiit -:inil n Ia!-
lislilin t!:, cilpir A nuii!,r ,I ti1-
issari'es (l' cr-.-s l th,- frointui Ti '
police' a-lso i >;rt l t h siiil!!:ii,(,;i
disappi' arai r' fri'(mi 'a-:;s f a-- :;taini
ge' e'r ls of t'!w VIA ipir' .>,, r t ;.irt-[ i>.
of tile uld '. ii r l ile v, i. v.- ii;.,;:(
doubt '.v're t'oiimtg ta, s,. thL,. i;ilce.
The.\ were lilpling to wiin lhirti .:-. to,
kidnap him if nieet-.'ar. a:1 l I, carry
ahilti lol stioe' place oil thlt' fri' tieVr !WhT',
Scertaii regiinhents whose. loy:ally io the
jionartle'hy oef .1July wvas suq.ct,-tr,! %vo 'Te
statiolned. Jiispircd tby tIAs rtiuin i
fruoii) t1e Isle of Elba:i. us i; ,, r,. Ihyv
woulh a:lvarice by foarc'ed ni.:i:-h,< i.~p.

; t s I.D to ,s il;.A \ i:'l) rI.I.E.:S.ID lilM."

I altud'l with so iian:'hs prudence iuaae
they ':had foiled Ii.1 in his luquirles.
After a few words of coasolatioun I
quitted him. promising to see what I
could dou in the matter on niy own ac-
count. I betook liiystlf to the Palais
RIoyal. where I .sauntered for some
time. Suiidditily I saw Ilertrand anld
Manthioliti paiass i dressed in travel-
ing costuit. On thle arint of one of
them was a young girl. s.:aircely 20
ye'a-rs of iago. a lIru;iittIe anhl ravishiing-
ly las-a tlt I! I iO'.el (; p,.rti;ips
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oTf-eiclistadt ecofinpiilaed her. Asi 1
passed tlhm I beard the young girl say
In a low voice. 'At Camnaldules-the
5th of May at midnight'"
Melteinich ruse, but before dis
msalng the count he said: "In this
affair, as you say. chance has played
nl il:iportalnt patt. Co;n.- augnin soon
for nsw v instr lt!io'". Kievp your eyt.V
op)' !f. tIh iil. !i' <,,t:- n k ol!,' yo l. b:it I w ill m thillIt
hoii it.i\- tan intoductiien to ii him. ood4l
1i0nitiii-. 1 disl're to lie alon.."

rope anda In any case, would result 1i
the sheddUlg of strealls of blood.
The prefect adde4.dJi a post-cript tha
a young girl charg d with a preparatc
ry message to the" yoin o Nn.poleou pre
ceded the ;,lr:,!":. hp', wa 1o In"
srui'it Ltini of tht Il:ti- i; l 1 ,pr.-je.-t fint
to ilrranlge with h!. :' 1 ':- !- l ::;-' ,: ; in 'a
the chate au h vlier l't y i.,.,'2 i( e

t .::l and lit ., '
""; :l ; ,' :

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suit of a -' d 11.w

1At so late a. b1I and covere with

c. Th i inz'i\n! ;> a! : an :r hor I
o l 1wr!iting t bv 't. t !11' -

I.ast b ge l t 1 ; mi"4;c t : .. ":'
about 10 o'clock aniil ;.-,,l iir<'l t l 'ht
suit of .1a l tiii i '.;i \ ld for l*'.'
At so late all holi r ll (.ov rl'd wiut
dust after uiy lon;w Jiirley I \a
scarcely pIreentabl, to -o'lr ex ,cllen-
cy. Thi lmii riir ;ait ian early hoir I
was uli p ai.l w:i itinl to ,be s. l 1
w he nl i ui a n ii 'exp- ct*,1 < ir tii t' e i o f : i p I .- .*i \. .- r -r" h '
h e ri e I \ ; 1 ft i r f r 'i i .-.; !s -i l ,* '; :l' i ; lt I
'in i m \ v : i l e 'i : i ^ f r' i' i i i : a l .- .,; ,; "
*" 'ot~ h t iir I ] 0*:' i "" : -! ,i l i ,
lp r i e ,. < ; i v i 'i t : I l l ; o ,f .' ',; "
Jgoiirniy t** I mi; n*:' u' kv i "

and the archduchess, proceed toward
the dining hall, the doors <.f which are
opened liy I 'k.'y:. MLerni,'ich nand
his: tlei sl; o t n' p.-ao edl tlo.I'ard tlhe
right wi;:: f i:'no palace'' T':hre under
the 1,!, i ,f" La (lChriette are the'
Hll:.r w;i. ." a !:. I;u:lg e sf iI ta.:U!sta 'i !"- ^.I'i.d ":. < : ; tal t ir'i.:L < :t!'e (h'.-
i* < :i:>l to i sec .-e s to favor
I1., n :.ii;':- ,ii i.,... ,li!ojn of (i, l prince
>if ;.,' \ ',-!t:, u :. ria in t pii iir e, w lho.
! ;'!: 1'.av,>, l : .* ,' r --: t::* Ir:;. Iis e!asc nraedl s.'
A I:., i -: Uik.i at iight. U:.. I a
*L:i.' t pii ;i ::n!Id him-
:J-fI" '!,:* -",:;-'t: ; t h"' 1,<' L'.::r.Il:--on of
ii-s i .; *-2. ll.e a' ; ; -. v-.
All i i .;!( iit. i a;aa::I!inh up'n will-
rv.- O w!i i -i,til ldof tluing violins.
Se >.w,'r i. ;i ii2n l.-l, ;; t1;: I i ', 4lui.t ar. IIi'"-
ilt: a' I' i' t'coiil t e' not to finiih A ..-
il 1::. l;;. ; 1 k .
Ti'. i.<.lt thui;h:-I;s on ai tool in tileo

scarcely two steps away from hla I
the bronze mask of the Emperor N.J
poleon in the talons of an Immegas
eagle. which seems to protect sad d .
Send It.
SIt is the only souvenir which the
young man has retained of his father.
iA piols .ervitor preservedt the death
i nask from obtlivu .More fortunate
t thau his -r.aster, Le l uetrntd to) Frapce
andl. seeking a great artiit. ,,oolided it
I to him.
I rom thi-, pliU:'r i.uask ,';:.- forth
the imasterpitc'., af*.ri which the orig.
final uiild wr; in' oniiitiately destroyed.
The bironzt imii.ic the yP.ii inman kept
l-y hii to r'-iii:: hit: of .r is f:itlher.
At eight t of it t'e rmilors.? which had
made Iletterit' I tret,-inble for the cow-
arily anl n dishonoralhle action in which
he was engaged in company witb a
vile spy was replaced by hate and rap
The burden of years dropped frt
his shoulders, and, advancIng, he
stretched his hand toward the nit,
exclaiming: "i.ven in this palace yqor
detested ima'te .omues to trouble mge.
Is your torn)i so lightly closed that your
accursed countenance comes through
years and the depths of space to awak.
en Ioitter memories in my soul? Your
abhorred image may Inspire your son,
but you have not counted upon ume. I
am here to watch yon."
Th(-n. ti'!rniing away fro:'i the riid
wua-I in i: burst of wrnth witch he
en i 'vII ,'':'I to 0,4nl1"t'l fio,;. hi.s com-
ln ii i:: ".*;-'* i.-, It'"!i:nI t1 wTirdt Otto
and, i ai :- t ;'l'',!,1,. voi'e,,, said
"\VI:at wIv are l:okintl for ought not
to be f:ir away. l:uit-e the 1,rronze and
look ti;acr it."
Otto obeyed, adni, Laving lightly ral,-
ed the bronze., there upon the desk
cover was a paper which bore the im-
perial arms. Metternich seized It and
hurriedly cast his eyes over it.
The further he advanced In the read-
Ing the deeper became his frown.
When he had finished, he turned to
Otto and said:
"Your reports and the Inferences I
have drawn from them are fully co*-
firmed. We are on the eve of a plo,
all the intricate facts of which are In
my lw.-session. IHave you not told me
th'it tel. adop'-'d daughter of tbVl sol-
dier-t.i;i!d tiler i.n :irriangeil f,'r the
dltk' n rra .'tirg i: ti ruintdJ monas-
tfory :;' !'. : :i. t, \t.' :ir tu. a few

('IlAlI'TIl VI.
.1N ilt;: i.OVIov .
A fiter lis. riiit ling with It'o lett'. which
()'to haId observed and reported toV Me
tr-I!lih., Iteichstadtt btean to expxr
eia.,' the first mysteiiouis symptoms (
their malady called love. Although lf
resolved not to yield to temnptatiol
the sight of this chaste and beautift
girl and her devotion to his old serve
tor had kindled a flame in his breast
which increased daily. Since the da
when he fell upon his knees before th
letter of his father and resolved to r(
chaim his heritage ihe had undergone ,
complete. transfoiritulou. Timid an,
irresolute before. lie was ivow hlda nm
I fni ssprig;i. morning. after having,
lpn-sed :a sli'ehless iligght, h .- entered thi
park. C'&,(te, who hIal just returned
from Vietinia, seeing huin froin her win
dow, went toward a shady marble sea
where she knew the duke was actius.
tonied to read and dream. Two day:
before a beggar at the park gate, it
thanking her for a florin which she hat
given iim made a mysterious nigi.
and after a confereuee with Silvere she
had gZone to Vienna. There, In an in
terview with her two traveling com
panions. the generals, It was decide
she should induce the duke to meel
them on the 5th of May at midnight ir
the Monastery of Camaldules, off the
road to Wagram.
When the duke, raising his eyes, saw
Colette coming toward him. he was Ps
surprised that he dropped the boox
which he was reading. HI" quickly re-
covered himself aii vited her to 1se st.' t;. -.d 4,n !I. marble
-WVhy have y1 ,1:1':" ir aii. "i
h ',li' lih, rt, is 11 ,,11,: ;'-. tl.. ; r. Is
Si'lv r'l ii': I Jlii:. '.ni.* w :t.-day
.tl;iltii. i ;.;i' .. ,'a i ". '; "*; hand
tr tl' ilt I ol, y i :i"- :' < ...i your
i s..lf."
I t -o.- 1,,! -. 1 4 '.. -'- ,
you i *-.;v. a t v. Iil I ..i d.A .
I "ll:t e ;i' i --, '.>d lil .':; fronm
'Fra:,:',''.' !Ihsla l t i h: li>p,'. n .1 to itn-
terfer, i :i our 'a;i:i c" t. i:t.rfp:'e
w i 0th o i.r d ji? ;t-'u! :
'"Yes." r.. :; oAIibut a < p .i *! r i. !tt i ; .';t y -:i-.
lBut bYfe>:- t,'i!n:-. > nl ;- ':: it 1 v.i.W ;
to inspire yo.,u .it i tlhe :l:to fe' iit:'-
that animate me. Wh(n I wa' a eii,.
iny -:n t!her on wvint-. n! ;!; r ; r,..l ilue
the story of '.Ie'.ai of Arc,' wi1o w:s;
sent from heavctn to pl:;':e htil kiltr
ba-k upon lii.s throne al'A dt-rive out th .
English. How I wished to blo that
heroine. that I could wiel-1 tlihe sword
against the Uenmie's cf FI '.,tw. '.-n. 1
with the king in the hotr:- tf :is t'r-
uttph! God halts favored time. f1'r. if
you arn wiilini, in two set out. Two ge'nrals, l.,y.:! to yvo!,
father, await us. I wish I',. t!:
first to salute yo0i as erlipr';,':-."
Suiting the actinil tl* the \ve :!. ('.;lr! ft
seized the hand c-f tIle d,!., :;, i : ":
ried it respee fully to I h r I,'. !-i.
stadlt, over'onte by i.iv oti'o :, ;,;' P, 1 ; s
bhe le .: t it v.: i ; ,;,--.!' to l ui.!!i' I '[".'.'
in t;; ,' ;o,,. if ; ;: ; i

and it- : .-r ;:f :. .. ,

""l l.c .!!1 o f .;*': < 'a ; ..:: :: "'

of Sctiin'i. ::;i:n ;ior res'' ':L'.i -at \ '-
laLin ps. I'Il, v:i.-t !,.,ldi..g. Ls.' pi: .
the tI. -.. '- ..f t t'er d,-.';. arte b lat ,.
iu the IUth light tof :;i ;', ve'. i .
The or<'eh'str';i is dis.vur!-i,:A, redlow.s
and po'lo ti'*i-ts. On the hoI r of tl;:'
salon, sty::t"!i.t Iy his g'randf:ithier. the
Empelpro'r I -:,('is II. is the. Duke of
Ie tif-i :. ii,. if'tc i eiit of many hon-
ors f,' ,' i'. iited gueists. Under
the cha. '. i;<'...s lgu'eres are' whirling in
the dance. and uniforms of all colors.
covered with gold and silver lace, con-
trast with the white shoulders and
jewels of thie women
Neara window apart from the throng
the Pi''ince of Meiterilich and Otto do
Ialkenstein are talking in a low voice,
and when at midnigh'it the chateau
clock aunounces the hour for supper
the dancers, preceded by the emperor

i .! fr i :. i :''? I for, t the date.
1 !-.1;' i : '"

nli; .t. I I .: to re-
1lt ;:.'.. :. It W. !teL i. .1":--: ;t iN
th'' -,:'3
"EI:;, L'l. :" :nid M!ritt; : .. "*it i
th f the trlipt-ror's ,* "Ip:. Wl'ii.
if lh t :t;'n vT':t.;y s tui'i '.,* I acti
ntI h '. I shall ke -;'. ; iarrange-
rintii.s I; :t t!i 1." shall 1:: t f ,. 'Ct it
RHut ii.' i.'.Sc. Let ;1:- go before
our 1 re-ence bir i.- discover.#dJ."
Whi -i the two men had parted and
their footsteps hlad died in the dis-
tance, a frightenr-d fae -emerged from
an angle of the p::.rtmineit covered
with a heavy Idrap-.ry. a:'l Colette ap-
pear-ed iu thl- rays of the risi u 'o'itinil .4 lltxt week

sware .f Ointments tor Catarrh That

a-" nmir'-iry will .surely destroy the
s 6. i- ; it.-en I a nd oil opl-te!y derange
t1. \i-!!:. s. v .,y-.-wi vlaeen e tering it
thrillou- rlie mii lrt-ious .!lrfae-es. :Such
artiiades .ltll never le. used except
?e phy-
.'; ; l-). ;.- Ih*,-1 I .II:tgP e!tV w ill 1o* is
felin :'.;! vh.. g tl, you **0eiti|osibly
Sdeliiv' fIroI I th i.t lhill'. CatariIi
('ure. iitiii':ii tiiir.i ly F. .I. 'henine y
& C.., T'oldt,. 'oit:li. !o 1tir-
cury. ar:nl i- !:tk"-n intitrnally, acting
directly i4 ,lq i i.. blood and i mucoUi
etirfnve- of tihr s.s '*'i. In Ibuyingr
tIII!'s Caartrli 'tubre be t sure you get
the ge.i-uine. Ii i-' taken internally
and mn:ide in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by druggists, price 7.c. per bot-
Hall's family Pills are the best.



Having now takt n ithw management
of our tove wootdi lu-iinevs ourselves,
we nIamen th-s-itedudle of ratcs below-
inLt' > i* n ; cuLbi: f.,t packed, cr :oo cubic
;, vt I'r.,-xil in ,
tir- I>,a r, thrown iln li ; cubic It el) $
4 ,ni lo 4, .i p ck- Deliver-' 1 in town. '.rti \:;,t1 .- tctn'. wi- iinX w ix I fo)r their
\:i, 1-'. ci;:' r-,t it a t ;it- t.actory ;.t tt.e ratee ot
r ..I r : c.- t p-r -'.i.- f..t, l rto .-, tr
.-:it ,- :,iec ))t pa.Ac.k,--, by the 1 :.',l.
()Ordl- _;i h p!fated ;at our ot,'** iy
' !, .0.. '. or iy ti 'i, Box 27.
N :I' i. I I I \V i l.I FA ;r4I, Y.
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Unow- si*ads Wuma we"misa Fwor'

A Aberry.faew'd 1llslk irmainuimans ,~,
wome.'..with tray cluevek-to stoul ",uoti. 40
msilverys'Iu ir groiug iu thick uarvrs
from leer hireshas dre-4n'unratett11141
from a v. ry etmalht tocginallitg a large Dr. Jobti
industry taaa3 1Wm verity, Is
k~w is Mrt..Dora Fox, whose die lc- ;orement all
awr 'notiqtedda1t"l are found at almost lion.
every lIutihenu served Birminogham, I sincvere
%in"~ they maekinmot ritly te it. ast at- in the cow
tuct~iv elinofertillou to te healwil In cut atteuild.
glame riteoft.4e11db~ise, bunt they are tar We a lsa.
more wholo-49me than. thp canadied vanc(ed set
bonbons. But almost, everyliody in l ion to be.
Birminxiham knows of the delicate NNe wi I
Savor of thtie" nutted dates, which are p nd I I ri,
preteared toy thsi enterprising Birmna '- vial eiti~rt
ghaum wlman and wild at many of the The wh4
most prominent places in the city, the "fsinet, ani
retail price lwifng 60 t'*euetrsat atotund. noisa r.
Tme story sof Mmr. Fhea'tssueov-t~isfuir, q'awrs'd
Ilittleindu-try datilms tek to1aIt d4itoll The f, I
stand in Florida, whem she ptirelaw-ed jprejiar..d:
the irst datom whieh were I-iter to Call aIIi
bring heer Camne and fiortusne Slipe be hiwlme-r rato
can oyly e-iturarng a poutid of 'late., Ipon-o ? 1),
stuftinor thimni with ailumrs,,ijd, wahitusim, ?-tr.'zieir.
hickf ry "iUtst, tilbeirtu4 and pecan-4. tHer The 1wit
ou n family were the first to declare- j.u~sory e
tivit Putted date. were delicious anti I. 1T411,-'mre, lout it wasetiti4 t dreanse-ti M11, E'.titI
lutirithit-c!x4.rivu,.nt would 4eri tatualty .2 T:9 11
ftt14b4t3.Ji~iUIif'1~tV.Iill ., I,.,i

Birmiio ti ,i.. :sa *sil thse fruit t-tAttHI'I oil4. 1%.. 1i

1)attot~tuiz-f IlyvMrs'Foy. mwiat-tieer slkr r
thmoughIa(if relvieritag ait outid 4r t w~i ta.-
of fistl. l ..tqi ftor hesr ownt u-. Awli
flow, v iiV onura~iv, too, a niatin-'e~
girl it g.'a .rt~o fgure illIIhi* ve-rv
praet-i-'a4 1li't I- ory of it woiiiinnS~at~c.
vu4-e'4." h tz- t ivaiee girl. vtij.'yi ig \Ve~r.'
a Isf'x fo!t ita~t trl datus-, a-ked whio aw' ~'l W,

Tiic -*. -.-. .-:061ed loutt hi-iiand4141tlerp -vtvit,- t
and MX 'f!. twzt, waa,.iewt dwit is 'r- ttis wvi -.ta
der-d Cost kvntqtfurioiu% dsidithey ,i,~rket.
giour iv that !ljv hatullly li.4d titue to Our Stai
maaku j~liai'ifor a ''I'.AtUt.'' Mht ,li"*-l ..
%e-etI?. 41 a Iixtttiit l~at Ntivetrulter. antil Mi)r 11.4'
fioosmo tbitt tittleIt oix of 1,ste' .irolt-tvlru-ir %'. .it

tsv)W 11124141,, f..r (ie iis- 4 I5 f 41ate-2.tI() 14 t I

.'it. t~.x F,.i-ii a linif iqi,-zii uwt;.re-. Mr. I

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'4" -1- ft Laxorl

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Sto,- the Cough and Works Cff th

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Thu Quce'n 04.1ts te King Lives.

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The Appetite ot a Goat

All Psiitlh .!41Hu11CWai.iDr. hllZ,
New lifc I'il i-. t Ic~w w i,4r'uhFl. l:-
aeli i:?id lax-cr renwt1&dI. -Avt a
aj~'t' i4',-' 'Utt i~t t ell diaI regla-
far me'l' ivi!,ilttla:,t in-tuin4- I4-rftct(

at ( ILIrrelt and .

Green --Sproul!.

W as OP.'il.;, .1 i I I,4 4- it! '11:0 ~ 'd

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To a Cold an One Da!
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.4 4 -.

I Teosha
lt county Teachers' Awsoei
mI t In O. ata on Satur-
ar% !i, iin the arntory build-

tI F. Forbes, of t-Stsoaln Uni-
es8 kindly consented to be
Ad lfe'tr** before the aroeia-

,ly hope that every teacher
Isty who I puibly can will

extend to all patris, ad-
hiolars andtl others an invita-
preseth I.
me'*et promptly at i0 W'clot-k
, that all will make a ape-
o le on time.
,ol< program will be inter-
i t-echres cannot aflThrd to
ntpilwrvittore are espr'ially

low ing pr. wr ,ai has Ienu

i will the people affitr. a
Ie of taxation f'r school pur-
W. W\. H Ru- '-ll aunl (. J.

S-ti r, si iltit'. from l: o4t111-
lt-ol lI yr.
Ihe I..ipil :-* .Ile indiv iiu',l
li .1. i .ac ,'e, 1A
lse I acl .'--... '. It. lhirt.
i- s.,i.. l .M1 <' S l~i< 1 Yal-

Griner Farm.

Ii v ittg ,,!*-wytvof r:&:1i,,%
,I.t'rrv ;d1.ttn is arein i-jI.-itoli'
. i',t for atih e mtilaic :ii-'d"
,41 rvoenitI v.1the lseer-k I4 '*4
oll vwoulel t1ia41W he xrv.i.!4f,,.r

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have a fine assortnient of watch-
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suit you in price and quality.




Henriettas, Black Crepons,
Lace Curtains, and other


Ladies' Underwear, Etc.

Everything Will Be Sold Way
Down For Cash.

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to the Circuit Court of the Fifth Jodkiia MoLCvaml
ofl tcrida. i' and for Marion C mt.l-
&& Chastery.
of above court rendered on the Mtlb
December., so9. by the Hou. W. A. 0ocge -
judge of the Circuit Coaut of the PiftJhJu.d
Circuit of Florida. in and for Ma, ion CL.l,
chancery sitting., in a certain ciuse- th
pe-:ding, wherein CHARLY M BROWWMb
complsinant. and RiKNEt R. 6NOWDOW ~;
others are defendants, the undersigned a
special master in chancery in sAid cause
and appointed to complete the execution e
said final decree rendered tho rein, I will.
ing the legal hours of sale on
Mln.idayv brmary 41t. A. D. rgir.
in front of the south door of the curt horne iar
kcala, Florida. cfler for sale and will sell tow
highest and best bidder for cah. that part dl
mortgaged property therein mentioned adlod
qcribed, as follow: Beginnirv at the no
cot net ol block 46 Old .urvcv of Ocala. rue -
thence east .o feet. thence .tlth too feet. bA
west !o feet thence north v,-x fert to the poistpf
beginning. the same beirg '";,.ate in Maaw,
county, Florida. T. E. I< 'Sk
S.a'cia Maasas.
Ander-on & IHecker f-r Con:;,l;A.nant. ?1,


decree rendered on the 3:%t flay of De
her A. 1). oo. by the Hon W A Hlocker.
judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judia
Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion County in*
chancery, in a certain cause therein pendlm
wherein louis McLain is complainant and Wal-
ter E Dicken and wife. Sunme H. Dicken. as
defendants, the undesigned .s special msiA-
named and appointed in said final decree t&l
ecute the same, will, on t/dIth da' of F, ,1 y, A. D. A .
during the leg.i.! ocurs of s:;- In fr nt of
south door of the court house, n Ocala, Mario:
conniy. Florilda, offer for sale anl will sell a
public ouitr,-, to the h ghust an:d b.
hi id,-. for c.-sb. the nwo-tvrgefd
neifitii.t ..41 iid (deserilbel titert .i. to-wit: mouth
wt-t quartet r of southw .stI qti rter of the north
ea.-t quarter n'rid :hem otithea-t qialter of somtt
w(,t qutrtiitr of the nort!he-.%t qt.,rter ol
section in township i5. n't- .
raingt 21 t,'.t. o much thereof .s may I*
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CI l to lime Itx c.tiitficat(. Nto). z.; ;tand 29.hia
of October 3, IS.,S. and 37, sale of April 4. gNO
covering the t.ollowing land in tarion comaty
Florita. to w1i.' Nortil half of fsouthwest .ar-
ter, section ,. .antil west half of -southwest qma
ter, section 35 township it. south, range a
east, and northwest quarter of northeast qmur-
ter except west half of southeast quarter of
northwest quarter ot northeast quarter, sector
30. township i:. south, range 24. east. and npmo
said certificates; ba< demanded from me a law
Therefore. after the expiration of th'rt da'-
frontm the date of this notice ,;',i;nss retd.., 1 a i
is nty intention to issue a tax deed to the Smc,
lafted January i. ,oi.
[all S. T. SiSTRUNi,.
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.b-- In addition to the above we keep on hand at all times a full supply
dol- of No. i Timothy Hay, Bran, Shorts, Cottonseed Meal, Oats, Corn,.
__ Cooked Cow Feed, 18o-lb. Sacks Coarse Salt; also Early Rose, Beauty
__- of Hebron and Peerless


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