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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: February 1, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


The Best









SA2A ZLAET EAMS, Local itor.

If "Irs. Nation should visit OCala,
what .
Mi" Mary Reardon is visiting Mrs.
W. W. lHarrits in (GHinetville.
We atve you money on drugs, and
".II only the tset. tarrett and I;erig
Mr. Liardy T'room. of Brooksville,
wa.- a plesi.~it visitor to our city last
Mr. V. -i. Gray, of Tampa, has;
thought the Soulhitie Hotel on Lake
Terketween is the best liniment on
earth. Sold and guaranteed by Ty-
dings & Co. t
The Stumbling Block of the New
Century has been changed to the Be-
ligious Digest.
Mi,.s Daisy Dekle, of Thomasville,
(ia.. is visiting in our city, the guest,
of :'ins Sara Whitfield.
Mrs. C. C. Todd has gone down to
Hillsborough county to take a peep at
her tea ring orange grove.
Mi-- Luia Gary is attending the
meeting of the Daughters of the Con-
federay in Gainesville this week.
Mi.-s Eloise Miller has gone to
;ai,,nesville to spend the carnival
wt k with her aunt, Mrs. Williams.
Mi-- B1 lie Tucker, of Atlanta, who
lta-, tee the gutst oif MNr. II. C.
.|lor- f.'r -,v,--ral weeks, has returned

Mr. and Mr-. F. G. Moorhead and
-'lnidreIt lv.wl 1S-uth Carolitia. are in Ocala on :A
visit. .
.M-. S. Stringer, of Brooksville, I
pa-.ed through Oeala Tuesday en
route to Gaine-ville to attend the
sueeting of the Daughters of the Con-'
fed eravy.
Fordriving out dull bilous feeling,
strengthening the appetite and increas-
ing the capacity of the body for work,

Geo. Wray, the expert tuner of the
Halifax Music House, Daytona, visits
this city. Leave orders at Weihe's. tf
Dr. John Gordon Law was compli-
mented very highly by his congrega-
tion last Sunday. It unanimously
refused to accept his resignation.
The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store will
refund you your money if you are not
satisfied after using Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
cure disorders of the stomach, bilious-
ness, constipation and headache.
Price, 25 cents. Samples free. In
Dr. A. K. Hawkes, of Atlanta, the
man who has made a reputation sell-
ing A l spectacles, was in Ocala Mon-
day. and is enthused with the bright
prospects confronting our state. He
thinks the next decade will mark a
zireat era for Florida.
Rev. Mr. Colyer, of Charleston, S.
C., has accepted a call from the
Christian church at Tampa. Mr.
Colyer will be pleasantly remem-
bered in this city, having preached
here a week last summer. We are
glad to number Mr. Colyer among
Florida's permanent divines.
The next person to subscribe for the
Commoner through the clubbing ar-
rangement with the Ocala Banner is
Mr. V. P. Smith, of Micanopy-two
subscribers, and both from Alachua
county. Do not any of our Marion
county subscribers want the Com-
The Ocala Banner job room has just
printe.l a twtnity-four page brief for
Mr. Otis Thacher Green, solicitor for
the respondent in the case of Henry
H. (raham, Mabel Graham, Thomas
A. Banning, (harles C. I.inthieum
and Florida Land Rock Phosphate
Compally, petitioners, vs. Charles
Swayne, judge of the United States
District Court for the Northern Dis-
trict of Florida, respondent. This
brief will add to the reputation Mr.
Green has already achieved as a civil
lawyer. His practice, which is very
line, is rapidly expanding.
Brirlht's Disease is more dreaded by
physicians than any of the serious dis-
orders with which they have to deal
because of its insidious and malignant
character. If prompt action were
taken when headaches, urinary dis-



The race for the above office is now
assuming definite shape and will soon

the various
p:st rics
a leavening
or raising

Risen with Royal Baking Powder, all these
foods are superlatively light, sweet, tender,
delicious and wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder is the greatest of
time and labor savers to the pastry cook.
Besides, it economizes flour, butter and eggs,
and, best of all, makes the food more
digestible and healthful.

The Roya.l -liakr and l'a.ltry
Co4,k c-ntaining ov-r SA
most practical and valuable
k cooking receipts-frc to<
tvwcry patron. Send xpost.l
card withl your full address.

Thvre :'rec chap baking po'x.
(hers. made: iromialum, lbut thtuv
art, C\Cet'(linl2lv hiarniful to
(,I~ei/n 1~ltje.Add '
dangi.-rous t clcnwnt to food.

-omie the topic of absorbing intel
the state press.
larion county will present the na
Hon. Win. K. Zewadski, and
ends believe from the letters he
eady received that he will be
ted to this distinguished posit
Lhout very much of a struggle.
MIr. Zewadski's opponents are B
W. Watson, of Osceolo county, j
mn. J. Emmett Wolfe, of Escam
As Hon. C. A. Carson, of Osceolt
announced candidate for preside
the Senate, with a strong pro
ity of being elected, it is liar
silie that both honors will be c
red upon Osceola-Jetl-rson cou
ver went quite that far in her p(
i demands int her palmiest days
4o the race for the speakership
really between Hon. W. K. Zew
and Hion. J. Emmett Wolfe.
Mr. Zewadski is entering upon
rd successive term as a member
e legislature and his fitness for
ice of speaker has been strongly
>lished. More than any other m<
r during the last session of the 1
nature he was called to the chaii
nporary presiding officer and i
guished himself as an adept.
perfectly familiar with the rules
ceediugly quick to catch a poi
I unravel it if it should amount
problem and become at all difflci
1 makes an ideal presiding office
Ir. Zewadski will be supported
.st unanimously by south, east i
ddle Florida, and his support
ifidently feel that he has enou
es already secured to make
ailing and election sure."

Mine O'Clock German.
rile opening German of the N
clock German Club was held in
ala House parlors last Tues<
'he music was furnished by P
n Way's Ocala House Orchesi
d was excellent.
rite German was led by Capt. C
McKean and Miss Lena Bullk
A many new and very pretty
es were introduced. The fav4
ich were numerous and prel
re gracefully given out by lil
sses Louise Scott and Alice F
k, who were dressed in pink i
ked very sweet.
Cite a number of prominent s
ors were present.
'hose who participated in the C
ti were: Capt. McKean and ,N
llock, t1r. Lutz and Miss Ansi
r. Ford and Miss Taylor, Mr. i
s. Watson, Mr. Smith and &
lHer, Mr. Harris and Miss Fc
. Crook and Miss Weathers, ]
ylor and Miss Waterman, Mr.
and Miss Couch, Mr. and M
Intosh, Mr. and Mrs. Gilford,
w York, Mr. Mathews! and i
Kean, Mr. Helvenston and &
stt, Mr. Rheinauer and Miss P
i, Mr. Hiller and Miss Harris, i
. R. L. Northcutt.
Miss Hiller Entertains.
)n Friday evening Miss Mona I
entertained eight of her yot
ends at dinner. The table decc
us were holly and hyacinths, c
* souvenir at each plate was a bui
violets. The dinner was a trium


the culinary art.
Lfter dinner progressive whist 1
yed, enough others having bi
vited to make seven tables.
'his dmlightful game was pla
til II :30 o'clock when a daily
,ast was served.
'he prize, a handsonie plate,
n by Mrs. Robert Anderson.
'he visitor's prize, a pair of sit
eezers, was captured by Miss T!

'he gentleman's prize, a silver
tag, fell to Mr. Lloyd.
t was some time past midnight
e the guests could be persuaded
good night to their fair hostess.
liss Hiller's dinner and card pa;
1 always be remembered as one
most pleasant and delightful



* One Bottle


Guaranteed to Cure or no Pay

I This is a Tonic that r--1

Has Been '1 tried

i And Don't FIail.

s Only 50 cents atL- I


A Dainty Luncheon.
Last Friday at I o'clock Miss Emily
Ford entertained a few of her young
lady friends with a delightful lunch-
eon, complimentary to Miss Mabel
Taylor, of Cincinnati, and Miss Mar-
garet Ansley, of Thomasville, Ga.
The table was beautifully decorated,
the center piece being an immense
bowl of pink and white roses.and as-
paragus fern.
At each place was a beautiful rose,
pink and white alternating, as a sou-
The afternoon was very pleasantly
spent in playing various games, and
with instrumental and vocal music.
Miss Ford always entertains in a
charming manner and this luncheon
was no exception to the ru!e, it being
most delightful in every wa3.
The guests who were present wre
Misses Taylor, Ansley, Weathers, Wa-
terman, Bullock, Hiller, Eagleton,
Harris, and Mrs. Bright, of Canadta.
LaGrippe Quickly Cured.
In the winter of 1898 and 1S'.)9 I
was taken down with a severe attack
of what Is called LaGrippe," says F. 1L
Hewett, a prominent druggist of Win-
tield, III. "The only medicine I used
was two bottles of Chamberlains
Cough Remedy. It broke up the cold
and stopped the coughing like magic,
and I have never since been troubled
with Grippe." Chamberlains Cough
Remedy can always ba depended upon
to break up a severe cold and ward off
any threatenened attack of pneumon-
ia. It is pleasant to take, too, which
makes it the most desirable and one
of the most popular preparations in
use for these ailments. For sale by
Ants-Monopoly Drug Store. m
A Pleasant Picnie.
Miss Esther Weathers entertained
eight of her young lady friends with
a picnic on the Summerfield road last
Monday, complimentary to her
guest, Miss Taylor.
The entire day was spent in the
woods and the time was passed in va-
rious pleasant ways and greatly en-
joyed by all who attended.

)ost Office Drug Store.

Dr. Forbes Visits Ocala.
Ocala was fortunate in a visit from
the above named distinguished gen-
tleman. Dr. Forbes is president of
Stetson University and is well known
as a most forceful and accomplished
He lectured before the teachers as-
sociation at the armory last Saturday
morning and the following morning
preached a most thoughtful and Intel-
tual sermon at the Baptist church to a
large and appreciative congregation.
His lecture and sermon were both en-
joyed and will serve as food for
thought for a long time to come.
We are sorry that the crowded con-
dition of our columns prevents us
from giving an extended synopsis of
his splendid efforts. Both his lecture
and sermon were remarkable produc-
tions and neither can be praised too
The Best Prescription for Malaria,
Chills and fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
I No cure, no pay. Price 50 cents. 4
At the Top of the Procession.
It would be wrong to say that those
splendid merchants, Messrs. Rhein-
auer & Co., are "keeping' up with the
Sprocession," they are leading it.
Their windows are creations of ar-
tistic skill and their shelves and coun-
ters are rich in the display of the lat.
est and most fashionable goods.
They also have a new, tastily
painted delivery wagon, which is as
attractive as any seen on our streets.
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. Th-
mato Egg Plant, Eastern grown
Beans, Rocky Ford grown and 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. 1-11-4t.



And Other Itching Burning
iScaly Eruptions with
)ra- Loss of Hair
Speedy CureTreatimemie-

eeu Bathe th2 affected parts with Hot Water and CLt;-:ura S 25c.), to
cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and svftc-i s. t:lckcn.:',
yed cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, and apply Cutica;:.a uintrer :
nty (50c.) freely, to allay itching, irritation and inflamm..t :: .:iad sootri--
and heal, and, lastly, take Cuticura Resolversi (50c.) o0 cool and
was cleanse the blood. A single set (price, $1.23) is ofttc:. cf.icient to
cure the most torturing, disfiguring and humilating skin, scalp and
blood humors, with loss of hair, when all else fails.
ver This sweet and wholesome treat ment affords irintait ;rl!If. per-
ay-" :its rest and sleep in the severest forms of tze:u: :t wanl 4t001 ing. burning. an(ld scaly humors of tile skin. scalip. :ln'I ,l,4: 1d, anil points
va- To a speedy. permanent, and economical cur'- when o.' er remedies
The 9gonizing it-hin. anndt turning of the, skin. :i :In ,';;.ima: the
be- fri-rlitful -a'.linmt. :a in psoriasis: the loss of hair and crustin;r of the
to -alI ; in s ,M !*.;!: the f facial-dlistiZurent;i:R as in riijqpl's and
rin '.w( t.rf!]" the awftl :iis;f>ri;ng of infants a;:l t'e .itxietv of worn-
(rty oiu I .: ,'1. :. s i1n ilmill: crust. totte'r. and salt rhtni- -Il de rmanl a
"rty -' ;' ;;.n:ot sup-rhumnian virtue -s. to su~t'. sfiilly (cope with
of i t '. Tii < 'uticura r-m,-dies are siuch stands proven ,.'yond all
af- ." "-t:'t.'omnertt is madei re~zarding- then that is not justified by

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By the


Of Others.

Wear the

Best Make.

Sole Agency at

Mwechants' Block. Ocala, F

Mrs. Ells Erven, of Ocala, is vi
ing Mrs. F. E. Harrison, of Citra.
In his report, printed elsewhere
Superintendent Carn makes a gi
Mr. J. W. Sylvester, of Jacksonvi
spent Sunday with his family
Berated Talcum Powder, nic
perfumed, 10c per box, at Tydingi
We's drug store.
Ueo. Wray, the expert tuner of t
Halifax Music House, Daytona, is
town. Leave orders at Weihe's.
Mr. T. A. ('hasting, of Jacksonvil
is in Ocala repairing spotted and defa
ed mirrors. He has good testimonia
Mrs. E. W. Agnew had the misf<
tune to sprain her ankle Mond
and is compelled to walk on crutch
The Best Perseriptson for Malar
Chills and fever is a bottle
Wrove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It
simply iron and quinine in a tastele
form. No cure-no pay. Price )c.


Under the direction of Councilman
Martin and Street Commissioner
Dodson, the Taylor pond, in the
north end of the city, is being
drained. It looks as if the work is
going to be entirely successful.
WANTEID-Two reliable traveling
mslesmen in each state; permanent
position; salary and expenses; expe.
rience not absolutely essential. Ad-
dress Carolina Tobacco Works
Greensboro, N. C. 9-14
Besides those mentioned in another
column, Messrs. Geo. H. York, E. D.
Mell and the S. S. S. Company have
contributed to the happiness in our
sanctum and incidentally to our ex-

Family Jars
are more often the result of Indiges-
tion than anything else. Dyspeptics are
usually irritable, nervous, cranky in-
dividuals who make trouble for all
those around them. Dr. Loyal Ford's
Dyspepticide makes thestomaih right
and restores health and happiness in
the household. Anti-Monopoly Drug

Clubs of Five.

To the friends who will forward us
aelub of live cash subscribers we will
send the Ocala lBntir a year free!
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take (irove's Tasteles-
Chill Tonic, because the formula i-.
plainly printed on every bottle, .show
ing that it is simply Iron and Quw-
nine in a tast le.s form. No cure, nw,
pay. -'"(. .

Plants, Plants !

30),4NNh Big Boston Lettuce Plants.
*,, Besides other plants that will soon

be ready.
For sale at J. B. SUTTON'S
Seed Store, 2.s and 30 Exposition st.
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the- regr-
ular annual nm.eting of the stor-k
holders of the O will be held at the office of R. L. An-
derson, the president of said company.
in the city of O(-ala, Fla., on 'Vedlei ts
day, the :*.th day of February, ltool,
for the electioL of ortirer., :umi sur.i
other blusine?.s as iiay !.w iie,. s.-v to
transIct. R. L,. ANI?]:I{.o ,
J. A. C%'.mi'um:L Pr,-i .t
Secretary. --t



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ood i

in i
& 1
the t
kl. o
ay tl
es. it
of tl
is C
h l

s usually indigestion, which me&
o appetite, sleeplesness, irritabil
weariness of body and brain. I
loyal Ford's Dyspeptifide is a ni
nd perfect cure. It aids < igestit
rnes and regulates the stomach. I'
griner Farm.
dcial Correspondlence Ocala Banner.



The farmers are all busy in this see-
ion planting cane, corn, wheat aC I
We are having hoe killing times out
his way-all of us have some bacon
u cold storage.
Our "greens" will soon be ready to
hin out.
Mr. A. B. Htltisell came up from
,ordeal to visit friends and relative-4
ist week.
Mr. Joe Goolshy spent Sunday in
ur community. Wonder what is the
Miss Minnie Hlt,-;ell and Mr. J. C(ol-
ert came- down from Sparr Sur d-iy.
Ve are alwa_,s .laul to s.e eoi frie.nrd-.

Quite, a I.krg.t*o- "t.rregd ion ~rwrtem
hea*r Brothi.-r (4raiijanj' serm on 1'i
I Idaky, but owVi1I!.Zto tile- itiehmieufi*
rtile. weallier fii Iju~avo(bjdttlhlV dIS s


pointed his friends.
Ners B H i i,*ier is reported to i,.
quite indisposed this week.
Highland eatti4h .eeum quite plenLti-
ful near Silver Springs run.
Nearly everyone has just re-covernd
or is taking tho grip.
The many friends of Mr. Jim Lufl-
man were gret-ably P.irpr;'sd when
they were- prcsent-d to hi;' charming
bride Sunday nfteri'oon. They were-
very quietly married in Anthony
Sunday mnorninmi by Rev. Mr. Gra
ham. The bride, Mis-* Annie Col-
hert, is a sweet, lovable youug lady of
many :*e-conplishnents, while the
gmroom is wfll and favorably k *ow]n tas
a gentileitan of sterlinrm qUtmit ies. We
wish them both a long, h tappy aind
prosperous life. P'NCIT.

Blown to Atoms.

The old i'. a 1hat the body some-
times needs a powerful, drasti *. purg:a.
ive pill has been exploled, for I)r.
King'. New I fe Pills, whi.h are plr-
feetly harnmless, intl.a sn i:tt. l ate liver
:ind l',owel. to expje pI n th-l',
-.lerlits, thle systtfim anid a;bs eonstipa'ion and siiak headaicie. Onlyv
2.5! at Garreti & (;e-ri's dru,, store. 1

Cathedral Church Choir.

HIarrison ti.res'. \li.instrls 'carry as a
special feature the celebrated athe
diral! hurch 'hoir, who alt'e -ol.lletive-
iy tie highest prliced group of color-d
silngers tiaveliin.r. Ea,.h Im l,,c r is a
uraidue of tht Comnservatory f1 Mu-iTc,
and they recn,,er iivinly of tIm' famlousl
W,,g.., incluini "'The- Holy City.",
The- H;trran ,illros. L.ivo a frel',-
on Isho" etay, which 'oncludes with a
,"ake walk oi the street. On lMonlltly
Febhrtury 4.


Ociix~)ais>i ~a 3"okcr,

Religious Lectures.

thlt-Pauf'a !.iwk- Ie4 N. VW

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Foride State Fair.
To the Editor of the Sanner:
In the Ocala Banner of January 1I
Is instituted a square of two Inches
the most influential words to Floril
residents and non-residents tha
could be encompassed at this time
which is to instigate a state fair li
Florida has been wrestling a long
time to rid itself of mistakes made
years aco. The time has arrived
when Florida can now compete, finan.
cially and socially, with her sister
states, and the work is judiciously
commenced. The good road system
has the sway, and the Banner is
coupled with the coming Florida dis-
play. Ocala is entitled to the claim,
and the Banner will not miss its aim.
A state fair in or near Ocala would in-
duce thousands of visitors every year.
The Banner will stay at its post we
know in this matter.
Yours truly,
Pisgah, Butler Co, 0., Jan. 25.
It Girdles the Slobe

A League' frounsSchonbrimnn, iin a
wooded vl va y sw';a; .'l("l rrums Wagram
by hig!) hills. siandi.I lthe ":nastery of
Camiablulu(s. It %va.; built in the.'early
part of thle twvelfth vIi 'tury by tl'c fol-
lomwers; of St- Honi e 21d asvo had pa ss-
ed thInougi m anmy "vv-, tiz and wars.
Its h lo.:ai lefit a 1t soe'ii -I a zietf''eou time
rona-1 :!tad beefn a'. ::*,,,u'tm1. tic' ava-

iiiati passed and rej.:~'-441 1it.; mwaI i not
Suspec'(ting its cxi!'1fetwc'. It wis rnot
unitl Cie iuiperiamI tl i wh~'lenIa rp'
w(ere needed. ti~at 1,1(.' rimieks leftt the
mnormasicm-v and ,, .'I4->c'4 to other
abodes of t hi r ce ri. l1 *mona .:ory.
thus abandolned. l1'ih a 9'V't(;t!e(' ray-v
age-, of time'. lh-I.:1., me'~ ile'nt, t!,t
or-'man was unte. azz.i -v)-! ,grt'w in its
ruim- mccl z'ls.
Bi ;tthe ruin w:- ; !it,t .A-(Auhtmf-1-(do-
seri L. o(. eofrhin, 21: amost
liar U'~i e::r.~ 2l.c~22 d c pertii,. >on
frw~i 1 L i sepor 4;-,,;i) a wn it': iv.-i in
flt.-' e'''ir'.hr 4 .m livied. III

...:; Iir.- I> a e~,m ired11r9

[Continued from last week]

A few words will suffice to expli
the presence of the young girl in t
apartment of the Duke of Relehstat
Colette, the daughter of a soldier di
Ing the time of Napoleon, had nothing
of the timidity of the young girl of I
day. Besides, the brief time which i
mained did not admit of hesitation ,
scruples. The preparations for takhi
away the duke had all been made, tl
day had been fixed, and it was t
late to recede. It was her part to a<
rapidly and without hesitation or fea
Unhappily, the interview between tl
duke and Colette in the wood had bee
interrupted. Reichstadt, carried awn
by enthusiasm for Colette, had no ol
section to the plan, but was too muc
excited to remain sufficiently long I
the park to permit the young girl t
-iJe :.; any explanation of thie d(
,;ii<. i. to repair this on;.-sio
ifhat < tre. Intending to instr :. I. li
d;;,. t.. ered his apartments. ain
.. : to the sacril'-:liou
s( r. ,. .::..:trnih and Otto dt I'a!n!
> :" v. *. ,: sh.- heard the l.vt par
of tlh.' c- :I h.tween tl.t tw,
amli t:!,( ..t .. tihe secret (of til
col.lP : a S e ;t .. *. ..t :, h ,
si:utani herself.
But bow, considc'rinui tiit( th ,Io do
had been locked (the two niv. ; :'te
having bevin obli.e'd to free, it in o:'rdei
to carry out their ..f;t:': "; '"et
had t'<(lJ tiv Iv :: ', '.* : !'l.r :' *! .

It was thus: V"1 .n the 1:r.;i !',e : N.
poleoo. tlie con(i, rt. or of the A :t I us,
fixi'd h i-: r' -'. :. t ',' >' .-.
ries. at :"i:;';;'i ;;;j. he' ,eri ",
api rtnia i'- wh; 'i !'y (".:! ;*;.;- af -
c V n!. i. ; : i : 1. tl;- t :
of tlhe s t .T net l :;' ,::L ::tz I', him
at all thi -:. t :: i .) v .
to -. klo:, ;. :4'; 1 ::. .' r 1:::' y.

pm:; t' !.:s'" :tl t! : ';. :. : : Ii' *
tlec t ?I:..!,;)Al 0 : .'.> S i ;.i: ,
to Ile *.', rin' t(d ai :'-t 0.. --
emperor l1:i4 atlt:,..dl to hlis ltr-.'s :,2!
fromn wiloulm !' Ir:v! :rothini:' T '. : r ', .ul.
knew of this pa:. :-:(e. 1 ,'r:i. t!'' (.'olette I'r turI;'( t ,o 'tl ,e ,: .:fi'.
her inti-rvhew wv,- th eii h tlistit ;i .., I ,!
leir am u :t('dl fath9-r that h L:n! (:, : :
0 t'l fd v c.ccrinjili:). : m: i's;;i. S ;' ,.
lid not t.'wsihat to con''.th'le Iiir *",r t.,
h rT. Col ltte proliO l bv ti l i 'o:::
tion ::rid on t!.' i;2 t o !;" L1. ', '
through the l>;.,sag;.e to t: :. : :. :,
of the prince to dpthosit thl. h! .r of I!:,
onr .)irator.1s. Thi ..' p -e u* ,r M ter-
lit : a?1n1 Otto and th ,!." i.,-... ;y (.1
he plot. which vwou!,! riin ,-. .-:.,:..,l,
instantly changed ;.* : pia..
counsel with no one '.;;t Ierst if. shli re-
placed in her bosov:m t1h.- Itevr which
he had taken out. Their, aI. .ppreo ling
he table and se',.i'!' :_ in tn wLi- h lay
poun a silver (.scretc.t.. .she 'vwrte with
Sfererish hand:
I! 'r-- i; ur--Mctt is t t re, w night. the Jth of
ay, not at mnini ;ht, tut ;,t 10 o'crk.
At the rui;aiJ con(vcnt < i '-:n:oal'!ue.
Your hiTl.n'.. must b,' ;A(. oipanied by sime
me. I insist that it be tl,- Count de Fa!kenstein.
Then, raising the trouze mask, she
laced the note where ;t would be
Knolw:zn' by the soun'.; of carriage
oelis tIhat the gnc..sts were !departing.
ie I;all was tjnishlit, and the duke
oulli soon return. siir iaisd the hang-
gs and d(li.S:tlpplaret,. saying:
"i have two hours-two hours. God
just. Hope!"
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nationn of
0 7 Y ,r. A. -TC- -- .

speak of God. T"':en nigh: came. th;.
bade ea'h ether adilei. the svhdler-ga
dener returning to the cLateau. whl
the hermit entered his abode an
stretched himself on a mat of rushe
which, with a rustic bench. was tt
only furniture in his narrow cell. Du:
Ing these visits Silvere came to kno'
all about the monastery and Its me,.
secret recesses.
One winter night (it was Christtna
eve; the snow had been falling for sev
eral days and made the roads inmpassa
ble) the monk Insisted that his friend
should sleep at the monastery. S1lvtr
allowed himself to be persuaded, w
cold was the night, though he would
have preferred his own bed to the bard
couch offered him by his host and to
this rickety abode. He tried to sleep
but in vain. The bells of Vienna, call
Ing the faithful to midnight mass, came
lightly muffled by the Intervening hills
Not being able to sleep, he was tossing
on his couch when the door opened
and there, by the light of a torch, he
saw the monk beckoning him to rise
and follow him. Silvere rose, and the
twr, climbing over the wreck of clois-
ters. entered the chapel.
The monk. taking a crowbar from
nnder the altar, pushed aside a large
stone running on grooves, which, with
the aid of the instrument, could be
easily displaced. An icy draft. impreg-
nated with the odor of decaying flesh.
blew in their faces, and they instinc-
tively recoiled. The monk first recover-
ed his equanimity and, followed by
the soldier. advanced to the opening.
By means of a ladder they descended

Sfroontinu,,d t w-ek]
The Railroad R-t.'airast fdee&s d
hungry and give. re-st I, Ihe weary.



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Admission reduced to Va5 c.

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Parade halls at the Oeala H-se., where m.-it and wo'ae,,
in full drt s give a stmpll. of -Madison Squaire Cake Walk.
Hear the Catht dral Church Chlir.

.'~~'~'!~Wgromds oll EJ)laiiit SSvtt-ii ra&iroadf oplw4itte Salv'-r ".ir.& West-



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SchoI Desk-,lCLurch e-ts.
Tll)bls, Door and Wimlow Frames. Railings, Pulpits. BItrofm
Suits. KitclbnIu al,,s and Safes. Moldings. Turniil w4'ork.
Scroll Ss:wing. Lath. Shingles. Et.
-. .stn 't It't o:iptly furnished.

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Herchnni -iaa

to a -itemasd Ibapel he
Which were t rarest ar A
end of the chapel was a- l
ed with vesbaets and sin
!are used in masses for the dM
Scrucifix was covered with a
There were also wax tapi-1 i
candlesticks. On tfe farther j
the choir. p!nted on oakea
their cowls covering their fwd- -
were a hundred monks, who asgs
to be awaiting the signal of thek ba
to sing the hour..
Silver looked upon the Pqmspgf
with astonishment, but the eda r t
putrid flesh rendered any prfas
ntay in the chapel dangerous. f
monk realized the danger on af
the light of the torch grow dim. fcS -
the soldier by the arm. be drew e
quickly to the foot of the laddei,
both remounted to the domain se f
j living. The monk moved the s
Into Its former position and reph" ;
the crowbar under the step of
altar. Then turning to Sflre he
"My friend and brother, when I h
slated on your keeping me compa~ ph
night I had grave reasons for dostg .
It Is time that I should explain my@
My years are numbered, and I ah
that death Is not far away. Tm a
courageoa and wll be faithftul m
oatLh. Will you swear upon the ean
ft which Is before aus that wbhe I s
dead you will take me In your ams
and place me In the empty eel at ts
right of the choir? I have eanden to
live here alone that I might at
rest there. I await your answer."
Silvere, deeply touched by their w
of the monk and understaadefn1 the
tachment of the hermit for the m *
where be had passed his life, ae t a
required promise, and when, a flr
days after, the hermit died be depsl
ed his remains beside his former -c
rades. This Is bow Silvere cam to
know the monastery In alD Its tv
parts and why be had chosen It as a
rendezvous for the son of Napslm
and the generals. We shall aee a
on- what use they made of the sent
raneous chapeL

The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
s the best in the world, extends round
be earth. It's the one perfect healer
f cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sore,
calds, boils, ulcers, felons, aches,
ains and all skin eruptions. Only
infallible Pile cure. 25c a box at ,.ar-
ett & Gerig's. 1
The White Man's Burden






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Por / 'I*fi 0,




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


?4rr's IlE E.IlI-JjEVING
TiIOWL Al Tni;: 'I i EI.I. ABILE Tt


M~r. DoPdnFt1I fa --A n~IJEw a studtit't
at tstte~w.o.
The United $tat*ti' ourt, iittiog in
O)wasi, has adjourned.
1wh-eia people lwgintj its IseCritivAl
tbf-evo 4tit'*to Iw plvtaant.
Thie ruvnsolr*ed niorri .'* f Dr. F.

Vii i4 --d i-m tlw.

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'Mr.I~. Hr. rat


it i* Iaeia'j'-v iltiat! lie ii'Icars lhve-
gZaiu*41 itaother v~iivtor% fver l'eItt it- for-et-in Southa Afri(-..
Pleamint Purgaitive I'e~llel contain
Ln( exaiinjel. Nothing better. Prier.
ljo eets, at Tyd ing* & ("1'.'
if ,4b1 titor (Get~r1M.-does not ka-, a
.sharp 1lok~out ho- will le 1w etat (mt*

Silver Wedding.
t i m!1 NS~ u d~ **41iin4' B G .-. w- r e a!
ti iui4 4l1 1'-nd )arls.hota.-rs., IL~e E)44 -iom'

fi(i :t:!l..ri ~of th-':r Va4d4litiv..
The rfet-iory wasa very lesaififaly
hevoratt d.1and thetl frmit piuizz*ts wve'
Niumiti:alt-4lwith iJarmo'tse Imlaiteriis.
1>1 -ie-iou'. refreshm~ients weAre strv.'d
ini the (iiniiiig F4mm toy Mis.:i I'aIilk
Mrs. Jonle'. Willianis and 1'rs. Irvitie.
tUelow i-, a list of the prements that
were r eepivied y Mr. and Mrs. ray,
lestifvillg to tile high esteem in whieh
the a lre held:

..wa~ ktivt s, fa)rk--, iollt'- :and'lberry
=ja4i .i*I lej, of i 4 1 r o ti )11 !- .2I rt v.
~l~t.~t4tIIgal~i :ial h's('j

Death of Mrs. Crawford.
ri, ii ~:,thit 4f mrs. 'r. 1). (Crawfordt
qetwoi rr.4t .+is-' ":Ourgiratv night at tell
0 'C'Yeq)-k n, he-r himie iu thea first wart].
Nl- 1'- .-fo r o ~ d Ib-.fl ill for :1hout
e~tYIIR 8 o ,,r I .fiV t!(bti!Iis aind her
deI l (1-M Ii*a 1h. iri v "x -ttvai.
P~it-alaaea-t!d wi4 fifty-five er
4#!(1, ntM itd-, u nat1i ve of Oxford, -N.
C.s nhwIt 18rritil in that City inl
ISO; to14I)r. ('rawfa'rdl, where' they re-
sidt414-miititl, mm(, vwhipl t th'ey ame to
Ova Ia.
Mrs. Crawford w -4 a devoted meni-
her (of titt. RApt :st eiiiireh :md m1 am a
gria-:t %vo-rkt-r iiithe Suniday school.
Si"w~ts the t'ir-,zaii t att the eliurch
ftiri a l of pIaj. 41VeI N-iawhere wyillI
-4 li-1i:S-Ah e'l r'l' j~ a s t~ in tie

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ilv r ft- 4-n iand, apt. aw '-.

fork, Nlr:,. 1Iloard, Peiw sylvania;
(-( )l4 ilt iet 1'rk. Mr. Iawld \1rs. Jorie'-
NWilliatns, Fasirfield, Fla.: bride's cake, white :11141 silver, Mrs.
Irvine, of (;reealvilie, S. C.; slaitf19' box.
NMi A. 1. IHayti-., (;reciivillo, S. C.?
silver fruit hoowl. Mr. and C r.(.(.

er of iJa( -k!4t vi litMiletn I r4 i. t .ailt:e iax=;Ili' kt i- SM
Inie Ilatiaditt-rs of Ithe ('aaft'd ica.'N I .111(i -).I. A il-lt' T X

I~iiii .*. I I:. ; sil"' r' '-mi~l.t I !. N -.
st'iied. I('b1ia Polk nra'-, A:misi.taa, AI.:hi
)11-. t-i'Itr Is vis it t.) I)':tl I f'a.~ l ei a p 0. ali, -tit '. a 1. I .
F~r'- r-t-.a 'll.iia~dra.Id.~k:'-,arean. l4'ihit. M. Na' tild %i, T-i.'. A.

We do no: sell goods at coss., I t j Ai1i -I~-, )- .I la

th'4 Oil.01 ., taart i.,.-:I.'hat t.-. h, v ~

I sN l. :ii.: \I -. :avi:' h -ash af -e
Ilastakirk. vtawh o~'rurreI at her--Willial. 1- wi-:la i cv
de celo itk-, \1 'ztra (occurred :it lw t.: MVv *-siiw
F- XI itii P I I Is t a 1-41 1t jj'# ai h
ad'P11''11'11* ______ jreselit. wanitont litcin, Nh Ir. tiol.
Fatalhit-lay-s aro-vai-eautsby 4Xpt-ri- -A! r.. lkeil, oa.t01into uore, 1. ~t.NI ...NI v-
Iiwflti i'a with cough aud vaid l ure-. Alth~ iaN-iyl. c.i:' -, '. i
Foley'- 1Ifouivyand Tai, will ;prevent a Orlua::aia, F1 -..;NM r, I rvmf-', ra-iauvi lle,
ctodalft'om irepulting iu 1Pneumonia.S.( N'. eli-..4aa--Vihiaui.
AntIMi-itoiloadly Drug Sthare. n kiii1Ilia d- h 4a. 1v t
Paltia.' MirLrare-t Ati-loya \ 1Cluitrmir.- Col). ajitl Nlre,-. III1It, Stavalllall; Mr .
youtig ladytof iThomasville. Gia., u-ho0.1i141 Mi"". (;ill iard, NV.York. :tul NIis,
CV-ths.t%94 t kltlbi has lwen thet' guest 'Ial4'r, Knoxville, 'ieliii

TlrlieD ..a. i. ..u... .... -' -- .. .. --t -
of Mi. S :ara Harris, left for lher home
tliay,. iniucih to tihe regre-t if htr

"I l1av4,-lway., ui Volvy's H aind T1.i c, rluc h medic'ineand think it is
the l1.vt i.n the world." %Lays Cha'l
Bendr,. a news. dier of Erie. P'a.
Nothing els-1- as good. Anti-1ionopoly
Dru,: St-!r. Ill
H.-re it is the 1st of Ftelriury aind
the t- it d-r guava l uses yet unkilldl.
It has l beeI l tie most 1ileasaLut antd
open wiiti'r in many years. Our
Lruck',r- ought certainly to strike it
The mian who was "mlmrn tired"
should uae Pui'Kr.V AsH IlrTrEI-. It
makes work a me,-cewity to give ve- t
to the energy andexuterauce of spirits
ieiraledl tbyvfuictioualauetivitY in the
,'t-*i'-i. Anti .Moii<>ol-ly Drug tStore
0.|e"ial agentit. ni
i:.- .>Igr-TI i ,tsIi (Cha.. M. C(' oopi'
lila- ; .-a I 'io- ii t li o 'ralo r a o f I e1
Ja k-i .i; i!- ltar .A- c..iallu. w i.-li
,1 .1 1. .,. :.*r: l e ,. i i* ,,l :i r v o 1 t i l t -
, '--ii a I, -hl t,' .*t lahi lar-;. i 2 ',

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N1 '- a. IAai III It 1ahy=ia' 1 d 1-
-' 'a ~ a:a-V 's 1a.' :8.1
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Hcw'p T7&!
N~e oflk-r On4 hiutidrud I )oiai I Ne-
,wlaral foran t a.- t *a .trrh ii I ha t "4an-. i
nol lt-i e urct libV 14201%,4 *Htarrhi ( ure.
F. J. ('n8N i-,- & C0), Tolt'do, 0.
Wt..the huid~ersigiicd, i[a '.'" h is V
1F. .1. ('hcn'oav for the ILA-.tifua'eii YVIISl,

ini Atl huIi iile". tI'Ali Iacihim. aia4 l itian-
ciallv y i; to carrv ot 2t*.t a- tolliga-
I ion' nindae Ivy their firmi.
WiV.s-r & TitvX,%x, hola-s'ale D)rugigists,
Toledo, 0.
WVholesale Druirgi,4ts, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's C'atarrh ('ure is taken inter-
na.1ly. acting directly ulmn lite blood
sudntInueous surfaee-s of the ys~tenl.
Prive 75,,% per bottle. S~old i6V all
c1r111!gi~t$. Test Iiniouiffd% free.
l-ia!l's fznilly pills are th bst

the 1aralec's hmi!, NMrsa. C.C. BItruiiay,
ye,,,, raj lei a iii t 6,a* a>Ia .Nwk..h1le
NI i Caa-
%,, Id j i I L P., \(h1 i ,2'4aal. -
a Dr'I :-a. a H2I .sanr 1Pit. !a

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J~op: :>' ic-,>
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Far -ners .1.; Fruit Growers.

a ~ ~ ~ ~~~ r4-t-'-. 0 to a.

a ~
4 a 4 -.8 ~
A,.-. V. a -- -
:ia 1." a a :ti 2: .1 8 'aa .. a,1 ~,.
a-jaIl *-~ '.'. a- '- a 4 a- :..ia-' lati I I' I'!'". j

, 8.* ~'a'; ,. 'ala T'' Vial- t)laa a~I a I raclt

? ltL-4'viz'.iaCan bc Prevented.

cold w.aIII ai ;t- 1,a : ii- u h ]ip : ,t i 1 x
114e p re% V 1elit 11a vay II l illliely Ilse of
*11alihi a ri:.ill' 4t4-ij.zi Ittik- (ly. Thatl.
wZis et elvi i vviv tls tAduring tithe ei-
da'nmivs afli~a(TrIppe of the past few
years, and not4)1 a1siiide ease has ever
be~eni ra'jurted lb it did thot *eeovtr or
that resul~t'tlin pnueumonia, whlich
shows it t'i)Ihe Ia ertaIill hrev'entitiv4-
4)f that 4Iawieua a-4 disease. ( 'hainer-
laii ''.( '~i~ hI ..It id V l1:1s ga i ted a
1511 144'rk-j i tll t;fmlfw iti curt-a of
!1.- !.d Fi(a i'i- s'th'by Anti Mo-

rarris L~ddelI.

!11411; V '. a8"VI (V I N.24'


A I- Via 'jt ia.t i

,.a'lij a ic i-i. hy i i a al,_, ur of ('m m m.s-

sitoa'r J.1.NI. I;'%aa' I. J s r~t I
ltio(5t. al al'who know i' her.
:,1r(1 Nid rs. iFurri-a left on the S .
A'. U. yeslrday fo;- .alat-oivihlt'.
theilr flitti?4. 1[haul-'.
1.1a a A I la iii r vj itt S ti I 'll RIl

It Dazzles The World.
N,, 41,ii- 'hverv in meivin&1'lt l:- ever'
cr..' al ni: a tiMrtfI ci' t li he t-xvi lit-weiill t
I~t hat lis li.a-ait a-:k'a. ax loy I)r. lKing,%;
Npwt Di-aaaivery far con~ui.upt jo-I. ItIs
S.%(-Va i jt a sI s II a a'a e toall I haipvaa'ht
vie-im i i'of ca il=12111! all )1, t~C 14il a

thloU",mi415(of 'J5om iit li~i -v rstoredl to
perfectlhe~althi. For c-oughs, colds,
ast himmla, (croup, hay vfover, hoarseness
and( whioopaing cough it is the quickest,
purest cure in the world. It i-; sold by
4 arre-tt ck (;erig, who guarantee sats-
faction or refund money. Large bot-
t ies 54)o~ and $101M. Trial tv4t I es free. I
Death of ar Old Citizen.
litnthe, deathI. of NIMr. Thiomas Smiaithi
Ocala ia -s fone of her (1141tltiilnja~ks
hnit(] -it t-v--vway an eti -ixinihl-e dli-
Mr. '-nili; atll w;4.zratteal to 0o( a a3frtrii

T n r!cai 1,- a,; -.t, Grandl Jury.

4 t I Ii 1 :.t q U ) 11

ling al.Wd -v-- I-'i t V- h
a'llt. tin intli i h efti
iii- djuly o*' MpI'ai5 t t uy iaI1V

S" I-I

We have now on hand 1000 YARDS OF WA
SILKS. of every imaginable fancy figure, vari
widths, which we are selling at prices rang
from .5 cents to I a yard. This line is not an
shelf-worn stock. hlit of new and up-to)-date desio
W cordi'dlly invite the Ilie- ol" O()li andii Mar
ii { e n ,, & ,( 3ji' iII ; !il ii- .ct tin' Q_, .nl1 an'I

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Opera House Block

- Ocala. Florida.


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Prompt A: tten~tiaiton t4,al fiuiin-- Fi ,1" ir-tr ,Ito our Care.
Exchnl. i~.B''u 'lit an~d :41.


Successors to Pittman & Co.


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

Furniture of all kinds bought. sold and exchanged. Big bar-
gains in furniture that has been repaired and renovated. Sewing
Machines bought, sold. repaired and exchanged. A lot of ma-
chines for sale at from 85 to 3;o each: guaranteed in perfect work-
ing order. A regular 01ld Curiosity Shop" of odds and ends, use-
ful to most everybody, to be closed out at big bargains. A second
hand typewriter, $35.

W. A. PEL:OT, Manager.


Best Meals i the City!

S Oystersin Every S'yle!&
R V ReabV 'yRa=-ona bkye ..

SS Magrtciia Strct ii..

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FRAN VARS, Editor.

Hon. David Bennett Hill has been
invited to Atlanta.
Verdi, the great Italian musical
composer, is dead.
Baron William Rothschild, head of
the great banking firm of that name,
is dead.
Jacksonville has a citizen who has
lived in three centuries. She is 106
years old.
How long will it be before the peo-
ple of England will know enough to
govern themselves*?
Some democrats are even finding
fault with Mr. Bryan for naming his
paper The Commoner.
To Congressman Davis: May, in-
stead of a lighthouse, Ocala will be
content with a public building.
Three of our great men have at
least agreed upon the beauty of a
name. There is a Ruth Cleveland, a
Ruth Bryan and a Ruth Hanna.
The United States grand jury, re-
cently in session here, signed a peti-
tion to congress praying for the erec-
tion of a public building in Ocala.
Ex-President Cleveland, Mr. Hill,
Mr. Olney, et hoc genus omne, who,
in the last campaign, struck the dem-
ocratic party below the belt, are still
anxious to reorganize it.
The Jacksonville Metropolis printed
2.:13,715 newspapers during the year
19R(. We hope that during the pres-
ent year it will print more than dou-
ble that number. We are proud of
the Met.

The Rev. Psalm Jones is still shoot-
ing his mouth offlat things democrat-
ic. If lite lhad lived in the days of
Moses ht- would have 1daitied then :As
iew dos today at the !shrine of the
"'Golden Calf."

Mir. bufordLuittiir, of Spin Park,
@tWe of ft*- muost suvct-s~ful farmuers
and truek-rs (of 1flip C311tiii y, si-tphliLtd
inl Wediiesdlav to Sayvto us -that bt.
lprolhiesit-d i hat Ithei l-u ii tieS andIolfru it
yeaivtrs of fl'I woil and~t ille!

11:141sa a ,. e~ 2-of ki;:ill rv41[CiS
andl tlhrt-vot Ilt'. Itt '1 t ht3 -tIianill

out U( e. Wa!:s ii'I'ac.-4I ito tr
Io~vdys IKid ney c.ure. 'hit' Ii r-t bit ii e
gave iuianediatt'. rutivf anal thiirt ehot-
ttes cue. I ?w,1'I terinia nut 'iI v. I glad Iv

:1 tV ire to t4, H!, ;ite (f r. i'I3'13

the l M r;1 .e 14V=' i M r-'. a 'Iiio l i ii 3'3*.
Twoof the aiiilalr&it 1414'4-i'.& eliltg !inl
thle Iiaz.' andl a'inwdti lil( it'a eiiiht.'

wert. ak)ii 'hurnitah. It a44:.lli
a1wful (ahayltity,

NWithing seelnis to det'-r .Mrs. Na'.
tioln, thei Kalnsas pra ohibitionl womnllill.
illn ier single-ihi:aiindee cru.-l ie aiiilst
the saloon. Sheii makes her prayer.
practically !y lai'kiiig thfiii up with
thel hat.h.,t and Ihlow- well directedi
In petrpieluatting the imeniorny f this
weapon in Ame rican literature, Mrs.
Nation will divid, ltonors with the
"Father of his Country." Shlie, like
the youthful George. "alillnot tehl
a lie." Slite does it with iher "!it
tie hatchet."
The Ut'it:d States is not a very old
nation but it has lived ) lon.g enough
to teach th nations of ith, earth that
lords antd ladies, duke-. antii d earls and kniight!, counts anid count-
esses, barons andi laronlie-s-
and prinl.', kinis and quti- s :. nId
c'mperor- alli telllti '-t'.s are su i-rti- i
ous appellida-o, in glroverllielili a lit
shoul'te i e( ti-rd'-ie. -Evin thoi.ulih
the world tie..! ..) lowly i t' r
tt ,a -'elp: thnt'.,- I tf; ilii,. -i .,Vly :i'i,
linot to di so, at a!!. Wi ,ian ,2!1,.1I lit
it' whle l4 i 'l '..-.


The world is throwing its sweetest
bouquets alongside the bier of Eng-
land's dead queen.
Is she entitled to the praises she is
so generously receiving?
The queen lived and died a very
rich woman.
Christ, the great teacher, in whose
footsteps the queen probably really
thought herself to be an humble fol-
lower, said: "It is more blessed to
give than to receive."
The queen "received" but did she
Did she establish hospitals for the
sick? Did she erect institutions for
the care of the poor and the indigent?
Did she found educational and elee-

mosynary institutions.
In a word, did the queen give to the
poor? Not scantily and sparingly,
but largely and generously.
Not only did Christ say: "It is
more blessed to give than to receive,"
but he also said: "It is easier for a
camel to go through the eye of a nee-
die than for a rich man to enter into
the kingdom of heaven."
Did the queen horde her wealth or
did she follow in the footsteps of
Christ when he sanid: "Feed my
Whatever distorted mefinings
Christ's favorite" phrases may be
twisted into it is clearly evident to

the impartial student of the
volume that the whole trend
Bible, and especially the -New

of the

mnent, is utterly in opposition to the
"possessioti of great rkihes."
"Sell all thou hast and give to tlie

.1ilJzgie, ty thil,-' high standards,
what say yeV of the jqueiei ?
Duriui.r iher whole li:e she hli ardt 41
her wealth anid arraved her". If in

purple and ltite linemi, and a! he-r
death her last will :i ld tcstaniot i t

If liv '. l.!h et-rilii~te.. i, r ~eittt
thef' poor)1..If sh-lie :;o 4iid Pmndedhzbiw-ji-
titls fo.' tln 'lire of ih i, a'!.'.3 ;

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lhoir gzzaxrds~ rate rio)
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lilds tillon fit, ihie tinnuk wi4 wit'ier fill
I wV wea (:1 1 wliP se-i irei1.'"1

A a*te* Fair.
We are sorry that our article writ-
ten some week ago on the above sub-
ject was susceptible of the construc-
tion placed upon it by the Miami
Of course we did not mean that
Florida ought to have a state fair
simply because the editor of this pa-
per had been appointed one of a com-
mittee to make a state fair possible.
"Florida ought now to have a state
fair," was the peoration to the article
to which the Miami Metropoli finds
objection and grows just a little sar-
castic at our expense.
The swr referred to the fact that
Florida is recovering from her accu-
mulation of (dliastrs and is in a posi-
tion to have a state fair that would be
entirely creditable to her, and not be-
cause the name of the editor of this
paper had been kindly mentioned in
connection with it.
The following article from the
Tampa Herald gives expression some-
what to our ideas on the subject:
"The talk of a state fair is timely.
Florida is beginning in earnest to di-
versify her industries and adopt some
which have money in them. An an-
nual agricultural fair gives everybody
a chance to compare notes, to choose
the best, to take notes of progress
in methods and selection, to <,isserni-
nate and receive information of val-
ue. Such a fair is indispensable to
rapid iri -t.mativ progress along
f:ir!,ii,i |l;,, lThe le ,gislatur, s-houli
appr o pr -l;.,1 (o --to Ibe applied o' '

is easy to make nis-
takes in the treatment
of croup, and mistakes
I l mean the sacrifice of
Little lives.
Foley's Honey and Tar i1
Unconditionally guaranteed by
S/ every dr:,-girt t,) cure crot,j.,
^ -1 ^ ~ colds or who,; ing o'.4h, a. d to
----. prevent pne'urnir'a, wL. h -,
often f<,llows f1 loq of lit ,.
folks. Do not accept a substi-
tute. It may t -t lift'. Foley's
Honey and Tar is guaranteed.
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Kentucky. wri i \iv ;:.- .-'r
S, had the '.-up .-v i I .'. .-r
I J I" several ,-3 .. ',f I v'. li ... v T, e 1 ".r
,I .,, and v. o m :.. r .-.: eJ. It
^, sa d hLer I: '
For cuts, bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is best.

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Ail th Au G.-,, in Scuth Florida.

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two twl i a re It& i P IhiL t ''->F~t e v i,'i '. -i. ~4

ro :i II ( 1 11 f II Ii etis :1r, 1 ,'r1%r1('.-i Tlti ht01 v1c'1 1:': i It 1 I
tarethea'rt. -1"-ltz:- ro ietbia ri:.v un

tdo j o% ~ L ~u

virtu4-s inl ontrast: to to he it. cIt':3!tiot' r31143(r 'uti~t ( I)V~ 11~

(if other tiq('ti- of l~ili~,FrH i I h'I l

State B oard of H health. l a m v z 41. 1"l S11ih l 0 t e L43 I. j m. I~
I'lorila i i,-, artieuhkit-'.y- jrovul 'iiher thi-k, 11A. 1,. ''iavelr, 'c T,14,141, J. UIt.
state hloIrd of health and h has .J lst 1(C.Diumu~ F. j kcrBti y. N .M. Xhlreff,
IlilM'.to te. i~le' Is et~tbi~hmei~ 4 o. I'. hii' .gs' .1. L l'4.,.1. 1I
Ilie state h ais been 3li alm oist a1 ll1 1:i.'St it, W. J Wlo r~ .
muntW fro miaepide m~lic dNNass'N hit3 M A 1' ( '11. d e,( C..k
It is impo4(rtzant that shie muailit.Ai o,'.hi ar l, 1...Il
thle hingli st midurd that sin' It1," .. T N ti243rw oiid( \V. 11. l. U i O i c-kla
U fhiiev ed 'd t3im g thiles fihutisNs M tt C-(". i tlmh y F'ra!ikk F. A V,
D~r. J. Ya. Porter, w h oo li tV. 1 h'-vil i t ,e "V* J Uqalk,., .1. 1). l":.1' V 'O .

e.KlA~hilhitiitu til o't. stidtt.404 I

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SCigar Dealers Like

m to have their regular customeCCs smoke C

SOld Virginia Cherootsf

m because they know that once a man E

- starts smoking them he is "Ixed,"

and that he will have no more trouble S

* with him trying to satisfy him with 0

Different kinds of Five Cent cigars. 5

SThrea iadred million Old Virgis Ccroots smoked ts B
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The skin is the seat of an airoust end.
less variety of (iweases. They are kn;wnu
by various names, but are all due to the
same cause, acid and other po.ions ai
the blood that irritate and interfere with
the proper action of the skin.
To have a smooth, soft skin, free from
all eruptions, the blood must he kept pure
and healthy. The ,ma. preparations of
arsenic and potash and the large number
of face powders and lotions generally
used in this class of diseases cover up
for a short time. but cannot remove per.
muanenty the ugly blotches and the red,
disfiguring pimples.
S0- vfaMmI s tM e Poo
if a 8bWasliM OOfnilgxIioI
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr Hi. T. 704 Luc-ua Avenue, St. Louis.
Mo. savs "My daughter was e*ri."ted for veers
wuth a dti-filurTin en ptin ,an i -r ta-e, 'wbhcb
.si'tlP1 iell treatment L u. tueL1ii to tw"'
rrletraled helth spriaW.. tit"-'! i"evi n'o ne-
6t. Many medwiines were pries, rTead. but with-
ut reit. utiwl redw dtotdye S S .and tv
the ime the irnt boUle %s fini.b theix er ut';oa
bea todase ver. A don mttilet cured her
ripl-etely and lleft her kin p-rflely amoothb.
%She as now sevewtes year old. and not a -ign of
the embnrrammng disease bas cvr r rc turned "
S. S. S. is a positive. unfailing cure for
the worst forms of skin troubles. It is
the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the
only one guaranteed purely vegetable.
Bad blood makes bad complexions.
S ^^purifies an d invigo-
rates the old and
makes new, rich blood
that nourishes the
tr lov and keeps the
skin active and healthy am, in proper
conrdit,,n to perform its part towards
carrvIn; i- vhau have I.Ct-ma, Tetter. Acne, S t
Rheutm. I ->r :isis, or %our skin is rough
and pirni;!y. s-nd for our book on Blood
a:d SkinI Ili'-ases and write o>ir physi-
cia- a.i',,,ut .,Miurcase. No charge what-
ever f 'r t1hir *" -i~ e.



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Supt. Carn's Report to State Superin- i
tendent for Use in His Bi-Ennial
Report to the Legislature.
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The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
P^ ". -S-T '--

Tbr htc71~trer of Sv-amp-Roat at Wcrk in

I, made to the state super-
intenodeit on the :.oth day of last
June, shiws the tot-al outstanding
warrAtlils of the county to et a little
ove.r ;*34MN, .of thin amount more than
S(10(00 wer advancemnents to the dif-
fereut sub-districts, which, I. think,
was contrary to the letter of the law,
but, under the circumstances, has
worked for the bwst.
In Septenimer the outstanding war-
rants were the lowest of any time
during tlthe year, only $3001( remaining
unpaid, and of this a mount about .u1)0
were due from sub-districts, atd the
treasurer's report showed a balance of
nearly i&'it, making an actual deficit
of only -..KN). This, I consider, very
euleouraging. as, four years ago, out-
standing warrants reached at one
time over $13{,410.
The board has t iade niost *sati- fae-
tory arraii -n* ifints thiit year it ever
hlml for tIhe advatloetlli-et *fi fund( to
meet all .-chI,4I expenses..
It arranged with Messrs. Mutnroe &
Chait.bliss, hankers, of Oeala, to pay
all warrant. as pres'ited at their
hank at face value, and the Itmardi
Iays 6 pelr i-ent. Iwr annum oil all
warranit-s held by thlei from the date.
they aie ctasihe at the bhank until
there is money in the- ir.-asury to >pay
tile ~anme. In this miantiter we save
e'ol.:-iderabll- itlert-.t in warr;nit.s niot
bI w;,. m-hv. iii oit i- often L.oith afte-r lhyi aile iss.uu-1l.
( ur ( tr* a- i-tlr iJ rt~iq ir-l to tl:ke 111i
<* irraiit- friv t llie aiaiik ;a- ( 'n-n :,iIno
aW- -1-.ii a. l;.e ha- a:lly fuill s in Ill-.
ti-a-stiryv. \Ve *niake noI re -ihlar I or.
rows or issue ally pialer for loai-, only
i.-uin warratnt- to pay tea ,-her-"' -:i-
ari'h- :tid other chl( l P pen ei*, whiih
are always (a,.htei at par ::.- alov#-
stated. (Our great nit ed is iiore taxe
to iniprove the schools. We ctan neiv-
er advance to a high cit-ncy w itliout a mloznger tineri ali et-t-
ter salaries. The tax payers of tlii-
couinty would willing:y illd gladly
pay more .-htiol taxes On lily
rounds over the county I niakeit it a
-p,-ial point to talk with pole atoit.
taxq-., and I tinli that tthe relpr,--enta-
tive nll f 1 d< 1 no1t 0om >11 11'til a t i,,i! ix-
t- f '" ;l-, u jr d i'.- n i. 17 of ,
menl they- 'y that i tiw y w1:1 1-
liVnly Jay twi .e (lai !r -!iol t;ax- if
it w ill illiti ov<, thl eir fl':, Thie lt axiti in -'tiI ,i Ivy v -ih u 'i '
1h V. !c.i ,'t'b a.,i tt .. 'nt .,
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it*\=li:,'i fill, it t ir. :lt~-
l 1. S~hit bbjI PtICi ivi'haveral.l

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Oran-e Springs Normal.

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-K ivan ial, and I A-i-rcltants -NIirte>- rroT.s;-

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corrected in a county officer than in a J F. EDWARDS'
state officer. D
Where authority is vested in one
wperon evil designs are inueh more BIG W HISKEY HOUSE
apt to he perpetrated than where the
authority is at the homes of those
most interested, and wherever power Gainesville and Ooala. Fla.
is centralized it ia almost iimpossible 0 C
to correct the corruption of the offi- "
I am in favor of a compulsory edu- RYE
national law. I believe society, busi- A E MA A" C
ness and progress of the country all S Sw
demand it. I hear many say that S
they are in favor of a compulsory '-
law hut do not think the state is R YE R YE
ready for it. I have found that a ,
great many people and often the ma- C 4 R
jority never get ready for the very -/ ,, *
things that have most advanced the L m" GIN CORN
country and resulted in such noble re- WHISKEY--
forms, until it has twen forced upon .n '
them. Then they a-erept the change, -
rejjoie over the result, and for no
consideration would they return to FINE WINE-. WBISKTTBS and RRANDIES.
tlhe former conditions. My $-.o Rye or Bourbon at. ... ............. $1.75 y $4 o Gin at ............................
My 2.50 .. ............. ...... 2oo My 2.oo North Carolina Corn at...........
Let us start with a limited compul.- My 3,o0 ..... 2.s6 My 2.5o ** 'nDewCorn at.. L2U
My 4.oo .".. ...".. ...... 3.coo My 3.0o0 .. .. .. ... .5*
?.ory law, say from six to ten or twelve My 2 o Cin at ......... ..... 1. 75 My 4.00 *** ...
ye:trs old, and if that works increase My ....oo iSMy 4.00 New England Rum at............... 3
it afterwards. The Juig a'd Keg Trade Made a Specital Feature.
I am heartily in favor of a good Ins ending yourorde-s always .-ndenough to cover the ccst ot jugs. Half-gallon jui, let
sMth r worked. ii i -ngallon jug. I %c:.2-gaon ju 25; 3-gallon jug. 35c: kegs. $1.
small library being worked up in I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Pkrida. because I give good,hon
ee-h school. We already have a half zood and hill afuin:murre.
tria' Irler wilt cmvin.o uy,,, t- we arethe peo!e." Term- cash with the order.
1do n schools in the county with nice Y,--r .Mnx1,,iA ,to,. t.J-T F. EDW ARDS.
small litlrarie', and I think that
tew-l-heers anti pupils will say that they
v.,u!d not io without them for ,m.aIny -V -Pff $ f WW!? iL
tlirues their comlinercial value. -1 r
L.,at year, with the aid of patrons, TANDLEY, CR Nr RD & CO.
pupils antil teacit-her-, the ohro placed Sh z 0 -&
o,...i f W\\'t.,-ter's Itlterivtti ,ual latest -i ) ," "v :.' -r ,l, *f \V:i. iIs. Bllrries.
ir1,,-xes-h he ound dictinaries in 1''.- ;1i, l ) ~ i, i ;i' s E. inI stock at al.
t. i of fi'yt whi'e slChool.., in the '- \, ,',. A : i,. tr2r an :i r vari ( sto k
,"' -. v r i -. ;;i)l m ore uI p-ti '-d itt lile (;1; s -kl
I 'avor a tate iin rii .tm of t b, 1 ,, iful l- i or niar t U lla. 4 )ir e-t" is
t-xTi books. I hl:ve giv'-na the suiji.-t I > 'tttir thinian anybody lose's "'b,.:t." ir lading
<,:t.-ileraile -tudl -ndl can st-e iio ar- )btigg-ies are the (Columbus and Barnesville; our Z
ii,,ntient itiat applies to county uni- best wagons S are thi \VWhite Hickorv and Own,,L4- LI
fbrinity that wiil not apply with equal boro. These names are -ufticient. \Ve carry ve- ,4 0
re,, to state uniforiity. Thle ,ony Ilicles with solid rubber and pneumatic tires, in
,wil'-it-Ice -etween any o4f u-, it ap l o very pretty shapes. Lap Robes, Horse Blankets,
.a .isto 4ie is, what shall ,':,stitute b Whips. Piece Harness. Etc. Our prices are the
t!:' unit of uniformnirv, ont,. ysays Ih lowest in the state.
-'at' whi!h theto'lhEr ivys the county.
T;-,,,n. i arguent, for or a.:int. STANDLEY CRANFORD & CO W
,.,: 'e,r!ainlylv I iap ! to, itl:hrr. .
Svt- thle i ouinty supejrinttqewlents Yikiii kl
ml e |powt-r.
: i tli -Uijie-t I wish .si.ply to re- ..- .. .. .
I*r.:*- ani em'tn(,asi7ize. what I wrote in F A __ wIr r

li% rof tht,'ieiiial r,-rt, :l:",ig teit. ORANGE TREES GRIFFING BROTHERS COO
1,,-. i h. 1 lit vV thl't 1 ,anill C-rry -P. o. 33s a JilSBHs, Fhr l .

Will. Tl h i h ,l -'1 i : o lWE HAVE 'EM-ALL VARIETIES.i
ihr .1 r i i' r 'i i, ie < i i t I.i,',l' v i'i r-,'~im -lll'tli ie e, i i -t ,lo i "
, **l;t.. i'; ii' I ti v f ir -tl'aili t I 1" Lfl ": -l,:2 I us su ol : -w-.t rraagr Roe:gh I monuu or the H' rdy Ci tris Tri ol t:t -t,-ck
-Ti i .,i, :I : -". :- :1:ir, -:i Fine Trees FREICHT PREPAID Low Prices.
\ i- li r, | i iI- li ,',- Ortn-.'gn (G rape- Frutts. Kumquatls -te Itdd I 1. A' ; ;i Il I;'' i;i '.. :" !Ite" A mnplete line :'t % t"a.ry to k I '" i Atlv .A tAp er f,.r Floriin and the 1 wer ia-h.
1',.- t ,' .. -i, 'i-i ,.:- ,," 'i -. "ACNFS. PLtUMS,PE8iMMsha. 6?4 u ,a r, f : IFJPE NS.% FVERYTHINGr FOP
iO' ENAPEt, S~mifS. OkivAMEfNTAL 1~e ':' t, ki. t ) GARDEN or OHCH--H D
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EDtWARD ,9 Fisher. He then studied for a
.-.- at E. inh .hi an:l later e.nt-'e-d
-.,w o... of EMan Wha Comas to the cLurcL, Cxf.od. i. r'e i.e atl.-wu
Thras, of Sreat Brttein-Qoeen lie lectures for a year and aft
resided fur three or four terms a
e .'o.ria -The Heir Apparent Ity college. Cambridge, for the
Edward VII. the new king'of Eng- purpose.
land an1d mrup-ror of India, is in hi. six- is earliest apl.earIaie iin a
tieth year. lie Is well preserved, of av- part on any publ!e ocas n :. sI.
at tlhe laying of ti,. founlat:,,r
rate height, of portly build., forid as t lIa beth S.h, Art at
to coclmplexion and of an eveu, placid hall. After th.e ea.thi of ;i;- t"a
temperament. Dccmber. 1861. h" naturally t
In the shadow of the throne he has thie most desirable fLuiction.'ry
lived an alm.:-t uneventful life. While cer.,no';es in which .e.h--fint o
waiting for the scepter an, royal robes itable l.. u'takin. were to 1'4
he has had little chance to s:..w what nized by real approval. This
kingly mettle was in him. has ever since occupied a l:rirg
The world knows him only a.i a jolly of his time and has always bet
prince who has done nothing very ,grx.l formed with dignity. tact and pa
nor any great evil. Perhaps the ,...,'st Indeed no prince of any county
'notable feature of his life thus far has ever personally exerted himself
been his fondness for sports. ?Ie has faithfully to render services of thl
raced horses, sailed yachts, shot Lirds, to the community. The multi
played cards and gambled more cr less, anti variety of his engagements
4with more or less discretion. half of local and special entec
i-e might have come to the thr. t as make a surprising list and nece:
Ai.:rt I, starting a new line of I1 ,.-s. involved a sacrifice of east. .ma!
which few men of high rank
but ::.any years ago he announced that
whV*u h anceldeid the th; ne he v.-mid rucare to make.
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.rive thie line of kingly Edwarals. and tak.:l ) !"y laly .;ri,-,
-a tie they would i number a' t hlin and : grt ilna;
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1:l'-!l t:'hrone.
It W..S. 4 ioa t!he fo'i, ,'pe of Vi' to-,
:as hbiart that her s.-M s;.h0iul rein
,INder the title of the name iof
,.I fat;!er. her i"!-,' -,,h husband. But
All .'rt is a s;t rtin..z name to English
-'-:, ia the list of royal titles. The
!.i h e selfef desired to be called Ld-
S-,',. The queen's ministara and the
even'sns subjects desired it, so at last
ihe mother, so fond of her own way in
.'v.-.ythill.g. saw 'hat it were better to
o ield. But she is reported to have shed
tvars over itL
It was on the morm ng of the 9th of
November. 1S41, that au anxious group
of persouages waited io, the great
roots of Buckingham palace. They
r.!( d;gni.ari-s If, church an(d stat t
who 1 a.'1 een' s.:''u: ..-1ed in accorna la,).-
i'ii r-.v:11 ct;tit-tt ,, to beht pres nt :t
:. rri- l1 of a ",<:ble heir to the
*. .. -L ,~:, I .evy gathered ta'-
h'a : tt'e .ai.hcna.)m close bLy the
.I .: ;.- ., r. AmIonl t;c.';i
S'- ;:i < .:. ,ops. arrayed
: .vel !n', .i: ; :;.':t le<.us uip) I'r :
S : ... headed by tli'
S' : ;. ...r: -* .. and .doctors v

who, have not. Somet, of these pet
Snamnos have not been altogether dig-
nitied. or even respectful-such as
"turn-turn." But the prince has put up
with them all good naturedly. But
Bertie was for the fa.inly alone. The
Princess of Wales' wedhling ring is set
with a beryl. an emerad,. a ruby, a
turquoise., an lacinth and a second
emerall. The initiaLs of these six
gems spell "Bertle." It was the prin-
cess' idea.
In the nmmei r of Is; 't;,,, ....... ad
a visit to Canada L.,. ct1V k 1;
States. Eveywhlere he wns rv.-, ived
with boundless enthasias.m. Ie ,(anc-
ed at a ball given in his honor at Wash-
Ington, where he was ennriall! wel- 1
Comedy by President BnIchanan.
The United States inds,,. I xis pre-
paredl to receive him with open arms.
At IIaini!ton, the last plne :i4 *'nada
where h- ma... a halt. i,,- a,,7 -" l;,1'
sote kin,lly words, v.-;,, ',- gen-
eral approval her-'. -
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tive< ,,c t;,.* u..-'.. e-*'- : ,-
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'e the pri'neo l 1;;. be ; h'lI er''* no'.' i
hotter exeminitled than in [I(o-ei'ber
1S71. when he was attacked I !v typhoi'
fever and for some weeks hung be
tween life and death. The anxiety ol
the public was intense, and the news ol
his recovery was greeted with great
joy. On his first appearance in u;blic
to take part in the nmcinorable, "thanks-
givinu service" in St. Paul's cathedlral
on FI'b. '27. 1~72. the V streets ilo.' the
line of his rouite w ;. crwdd wth j a
Clit C ..I. -: lltitulI'.
^i>!<:,.- ," ). the lhrin,,'f has I ji,,lr ,ii;
ting in 'a 'il years of lui't .: ;:. tak-
ing : ::re:: '...alof there n-p .in-l:litythat
att;l to o: iv(r:i nty off his th."'
; :iu <-. II,: \ i.;rd India antl Ir l. ..,I
c1 g <1 ii sl!;t fyin; the g e i;'r. I
sartedl iintrclot)uial ;and intrnati,!-ti
exhibition .. He e.'n'coulra-ged :lmIl li'> ally sibscrib td to nlubl; lih s l'.n a liberal pL:itrrni ',f a;rt anl ,f
tile Ir 'm!ut. It is ir]nps, to ,'ve,.r .-
timnare his rneIwe.r as: a .so' ia fl .tf,. II..
has diectatcl fa.' hio,,. ;in 1 ,i.rninat.el
Am nners. ).n hi m f{ll t,;.. fi:l ru.-.pon.
sihility of th. arrang,;h.;nts for the
celtb-ation of h!s mot. ':'< Jn ilee In
1 S7. He wo'rkd ':.e a :.h-l.
It l i ipo.'-:i ti".n two
not-ai ,le things of r'('cnt yI a.: !ii:i l,;ic-
car:it pril:,'Ots :,I -:.+ .i 1,.; L., ;. the
lDuke of Clarei,.*,. 'iT: 'ari, scanetLi
earne up in tL. '.. ) ,f I' ~k) wiliie
the prI:ne was :.I. Mrs. Arthur
Wilson at Tranhy c':-:'. Sir William ,
good family. was charged with cheat-
ing. It was said that Ihe increased his
stake after seeing that the cards were
in his favor. It was a ft'.i'nos trial:
the prince was a witness. antl Sir Wil-
liam zordon-Curninnimi lS)i. I,, mar-
ried the daughter of an .\ imil-
lionaire. Miss (;ar r of N '- Y r. anud
retired Into private life.
Two years later th, Iu:: ,," lar-.
ence fell a victim to the grip. It was
a great blow to both lthe prince and
princess. a bereavement from which
they have never fully reeove'red. After
the funeral the prince retired to the
deepest privacy. It was many u,,aths
before he could take up his public du-
Of late ycIrs Marlboromuh House has
become the center of the prince's social
and offlr.Ial i'fr. M!is study, where none


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So political party bas ever been able
to rightly claim the Prince of Walex
;1.4 in idhr-ret. or ev.-n an au aetive
??I..Mpa)thi:4.-m;- 11, 1h1- .1iayl! Mana1r'4
to keep conlspicusluIy clear of party or
,et~onn] interests :and still reman anl
:j i:7a':, ive El- gl is h !,--,n.
In pISO the INiW k.Ilg of 9'Swoc'l n in
tlintedl Albejtrt Edward Into t'.e rste-
rie-s of iFrvL1:,"-i'ann.:,fr. Ii:: ful er L2
re -fj'.tci 1 a ~ t. hbn 'If v.-:14 t12
r ot. !r'!,(, V-1 nce 4. a of L -i
11~ I. wn 'V75 he was *l~.. .a:

A very pretty and romantic story b
told of how the Priness of Denmasu
became the wafe of Prince Albe. a&
ward of Wales. T e prince chanwedl t
be whiling away part of a lonig uo*
mer afternoon with two or three ce
genial friends when one of them. a
colonel. produced from his pocket a
The prinDe- inmed!inrply heaM
struck by the Itauty an'l simplicity of
the young person in thf, picture and


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Anierca:i. rJ-)W Ulf. n-w %;11-1 '; :J
gaeSI,.arts,1ualn. lt i--eeari cr1
reer ear-li. Who'n Iho xv:is can!" 17. ys-r-
old,io.-oumpain-vin-,l sfatbt.'c i 4.o
stalking (eXped-itionls. ie 'w:Is *'!*- h--A
Shot In VI-i,;faunilv. iimr.- ah h
royal cc '!or-4--purple, g''ld bar .1. szro

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list l'C '. !I,:t:: :c t!c;'.r :tq)4,!
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Dricrj4t!4r,;, te'* '. ars Nif1 e-
ward Vii LAth4 so-liloni l''n s -, follow-.
Ing the hounials. but in the g-: 's a
tie is. 1:,rrion4-4tin bi- phooties..
As a !ael-Lri .. j he ~has beer, pirticular-
ly fo!'-1TccI.V6 1.. ".4 tiap owner of rnali

woon becamet ros!es~-or of It. Witbln a

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a 1;iaL*tt..r of -aw 'mtiaEnglaud. Sbe
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of III,- eetw ii, terucure. antian accomo-
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cdiinc a vW1l Jerusalem. The
young prince was now of a marri8a'T-
able age. Speculation was rife ;:
who would be the lady of hbs cho .,
The question was settled In the early
part of 18A3. when his engagement w;.
announced to Prinsee! Alexandra. thl,
eldest daughter of the king of Den-
mark. She was three ytars yomingfr
than the prince and, though (oi:tpar:i
tiv(d y poor. w,.s l,;i tih l :w :, a-coin
: p !h : ,l. T h e ; :r i. v. *.: :'2 I
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self very popl it'h all
the British public, nut only by her ut
ward grace of manner, but also by her
virtues and amiability. The prince
himself has always shared in this pop-
ularity, although the sterner puritan-
Ism of his potential subjects has often
been shocked by stories of his dissipa-
As a social factor in Engzland tihe
prince ha.s always been supremiu. Wardl
McAllister called him "the( grc,:at s,;ial
dictator." It was 1: !" ..., t ":-: ,i-
lull ,.,- -1e that many A v r *.!.. -a na-
tin)u w ,"!i l i., ha v li.. l ih::v
rer I-. ,1 ic !' t il:.,i

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Am Intimate friend of the Prineee of
Wak,-* -for only a Intimate friend ca
we g'r'>done<< in so dacrhiinag her-ays
tat alie is "sweet, noble. pretty, smap-
py. anrr.'-an and disagreeable." Her
Wsnper is quick. disagreeable sad usn
*r-tsln." Yet. withal, this friend adds
thait si is "Just the mot lovable we
man hi the world."
Queen Victoria during her lena
reign has shown herself to be more
a man than a woman. Her conduct hI
lAme of trouilte has been eahm and se-
rene. and In time of peace she has dis-
played the stoldity aso admired by E .g

Queen Alexandra. on the ether hand,
tl always a woman. Excitable at
tmes. feretp. pathetic., vadable and
womanly always.
The strongest feature displayed by
the new queen of Eng!and is her c!que.
No one ever knew Victoria to have as
tatimnate friend. Even Mrae. ATtoani
was* kept at length, but (,uen AMlexaa-
dra has her friends and falls out with
them in a woman's w.ry
At one time she lord lIady Brooke.
but her love cooled: nt an. lier sele and
lAdy Randolph Churchill were insep-
mratlle-one never shopped without the
ether-but at a later date she took
Lady Craven instead and Insisted that
abe become one of her ladles of bonor.
It is cot in temperament alone that
the new queen differs from her prede-
eessor. but in every other detaiL
For years Alexandra has been noted
for her taste In dress--an aceciation
sever made of Queen Victoria.
In admirable characteristics Alexan-
dra Is not wanting. She is the only one
ft Queen Victoria's royal daughters.-
In-law who has been able to get along
with her. Even her daughters have
found little sympathy in the coo! rigid-
mess of the throne. But Alexandra be
Man by determining to like her mother-
in-law. and she has kept it up.
Queou Victoria declared that she liked
the Prinee--s of Wales better than any
one of her own family except Beatrice
and that ste would sooner see her on
the throne than any other one that she
could mention.
The new Prince of Wales. like the
new king. is a man who has sown his
wll, oats with a princely and lavish
hand. Hle has. however, ettled down
and twcome a man of family and dig
(;Ger~-r Frederick Ernest Albert, the
seconol and eldest surviving son of
the new King EIdward VII. has long
tb-en kniwn as :hle I'i;ke of York. nfl
has al-so i'en enl'ed "the sailor prinDce
frn,m t .' fact that he has had a navn'
MI' was born .lurne 3. ISG3. Tl:
young prince. lL 0l his (rotheFr and sl-
T'r6. w::.s :*',*." *' t ', ;, v. ih 1I;o !r.:(t
-;l S:i:;'!"tiI ..w,. r ;' it. '' b t. likt
who '.,1 of :t .i:::y : l- a

brinz.:; i i 1: :,;..'- i: cthec
cout r:r s. The I I :. :i*:,n wr
voti.;,-1, y ., i', ::.' f UVT:.1, % ac 1c
pon's r*or. i:n tur -.: intn
er. -e the Cr !* .'s life wee i. e t tsil
andl in a liapply 1."':'.. I''e of which
was th,, lwlint sp!rir*.
In 1577 Princ'l' tGor.- a d the *l
Duk of <'!arn --' a:;. 1 v,.n,- ',- -
E ;Ifn naval c..':. -- .*-:.rc !
iv nra l T. M S. Tn:- .:r .*.. t:. tra .:.

yoint |I';"r!',' en*" ',! .':' ;' !...' trainD ,
for the prn!f ess:- nP 1 ':''i li' .fr
life waa to the ,1. I ;": 1 sl;tw, d .*
('r'.t de'al of ti-.- r t.:i\av l stud
a',il i.i4 !. Z "..'e.f in pra ri-'wort~y L. .:-
ner ., : *' : t** n .i'*;::',. f ti: vi. tioln .:n'l
to thn' rry t.**.*," ,'f lnn,,:t!i'y n:* .z;^... <,t ;.'-lr -';i, i tf ;i :1 teaXi:::C:

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1 42. nT ,I <; .,,r;:," t,.. 1. l:.s le.,' a in tht"
bthI '.- n'i"1. ,York s tra;!:i:inz I ;i< Ion
altol.' ',- r in '1i, 1 camen
a n:tr bi ina n 1" a 2:f. t1e <':;.n:;da.

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Teek. The marriage has been very
happy. and this royal couple are prob-
ably the moet democratic of their kind
nla Gret Britain. They have three pret-
ty children, two of whom are princes.
The new Prince of Wales has earned
for himself a warm place In British
hearts. He is extremely popular, for
the English believe him to be thor-
-aWly manly.. Only a year ago. when
te stuatiea nl South Africa developed
It a serious war. he declared his
0apes to go and flight the Boers.
Of!y pVremptery orders from the
queen tersuif kept him at home.


The most beautiful thing in
he world is the baby, all

implies s and joy. The most
:itiful thing is that same baby,
.hin and in pain. And the
*-other does not know that a

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December. g1900. by the He. W. A. H cker the
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complaunant. and VIKn L SNOW"pX o"
others. are defendants, the uderied m
special master in chbancery in maid case sea-
and appointed to complete the execution o
said final decree rendered therein, I win.
ing the legal hours of sale as
AN.a4 PAubrary 44. A. D. ar,
in front of the muth door of the court house
Ocala. Florida. ofer for sale and will sell to t
highest and best bidder for cash that part of t
mortgagedp.roperty therein mentioned and d-
scribed. as follows: Beginsnig at the north
corner of block 46 Old Survey of Ocala. runnst
thence east jo feet. thence south too feet. tbeae
west .* feet thence aorth se feet to the poistd
beginning, the same being situate in Marien
county, Florida. 'I. a.rri.<
Andern pecialcker. fr iat 2
Anderson & Hocker. fo SComplaIoasn a is


Henriettas, Black Crepons,
Lace Curtains, and other

Ladies' Underwear, Etc.

Everything Will Be Sold Way
Down For Cash.

New Goode teing Received
Weekly. Give us a Call
and be Convinced
That our Prices
are Right.

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H %I'."N;-!'Ti .-:-
Tax Assessor's notice.


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Sauces ON

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Fleoctra, S.IttUtra.j a a iUL
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Cit. T;L..!vI2p in.

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But s'--toi'. 4zstin41is a%, ,..D

haifr(, M 4 O10) -2i rtl
Trax A-'e.-.' Marion County, 30


\\-FlRIA'SF. IlT'.rip'. %I I'-1-AS PRF>
-'tel to'l me tax N"'._ P.,5. sale of
(hA.tt4Ier ~. Sciwerir': the k-l! .wivg ~land in
t:O~ortt r c;ofw.nhwast qw-itter anid Aouth three-
foiittl'i; of ui~rthwe".t quarftr 4 southwestt quar-
ter, -:ctirmf 3. and fnort hic quarter of southeast
(;Iidtttr. an(! north halt-(A s~outhr: it quarter of
'.~utheast qi~arter, and hi!" '(A southeast
qliar?er. '.ectiO"' 4. -111 in town-h p is. -outh.
r.4ini 2%,, c~i-t. andI wp-sn -iaitl certufic i~tc ha-, de-
inartlel-4 fruin me a tax de.-d
kTh-,rtffort altetr tlee Cpv',iti'in r4 thirty ilay.,
I fom the- tOat'-'of tbi a-' ut~ct: uni-.;redeemed, it
;S mv Ie~t4dto '.mI't a tax dcet! to the said
Iy tiI;Q.IA
a'~, Ti 4k. T. r 1O. 1006


i:-t #i !IQ,: r,'' Le.vir z i nrr '''

decree rendered on the day of Dece-
ber. A. D. i9so. by the Hon W. A Hocker.
judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth Jndic
Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion Countv
chancery, in a certain cause therein pen:
whre ous cLain s complainant and WI-
ter E Dicken and wife. Samte H. Dicken.
defendants, the undersigaed as spec' al ma
named and appointed in asid final decree to
ecute the same, will, Ot
MAonday. 4t4h d of Feruawr. A. D., s
during the legal hours of MAle. in front of tier
south door of the court house in cala, Marioe
county, Florida, offer for sale and wll meli at
public outcry, to the highest and best
bidd*r, for cash, the mortgaged pre issa
mentioned und described therein, to-wit: a.uio-
weit quarter of southwest q~.rter of the north-
east quarter and the southeast quarter of south
west quarter of the northeast qu5rtr o'-
section 6. in township 15, ` "
range 21 east. or so much thereof as may "
necessary t- realize a sum sufficient to w:ilialc
said decree and cots.
T. E. BIG A.
4 Special lMaster iu Chancery


td t me tax certificates No. z24 and a2. ,abtr
of October 3, i j8, and 37, sae of April 4. 14i91
covering the following land in Marion county
Florida. to-wit: North half of southwest ouar-
ter. secti ,n 33. and west half of sourhwqt o,,,,r.
ter. section township i, south, range is.
east, and northwest quarter of northeast quar-
ter except west half of southeast quarter .o
northwest quarter ot northeast quarter. section
30. township ii. south, range j4. cant and s uwn
said certificates has demanded from me a tax
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty day.
from the date of this notice unless redeemed, it
is my intention to issue a tax decd to taW t
Dated January s, i9i.
[Seal S. T. SiSTRUNK,
14 Cleik Circuit Court

We the nnderjit1ed citizens and tax payers of
the Oak Hill School District, will. on
the rs t ,nmdav in Frbruasv, tooi
ask the BRoard ot Publc It1nr*trnt r'T .i
el''ti, n to create a pe-ti-t T..x -. ; ID -rt.
to be kntwn a-.the 0 ik 1;'l '-,tc'.il "ax .- h- i
district boun.laries as f how.: Co:nini i,- t
the nuorTheast c.rn- r .>, -.-tti )n 2 "wu-hf. i
s. nth. range 20 e.-t,. th-r,. ru n!!r-r ,s r*h t.
the-')uthea-tcornrerot f(',-isn 2, t -wn-h! i
rangt 20: thence- wet to )4) ,1- ;"1t-! "-t cor-r ;
,-ctin :-). town-hip in. raiv- 2,-,: thpence nT, :*h
tV --lithe;s.t Corner- o lion town..hi -
ranrt 20o.thefi'cc Wt-t *. i. i T r .. Ta-.
tv I',e; thence north A!. -V',r n' a s
C, r!?'t- iir.e to northw o .. 1: ," se-t .
t)'A "- 'lil !.3 ran't 29: (9 t-l,c. ,:i t r n 'rL1, .
corn-r r of-tctlo 2 ;town%'ip i ; range 2 r ,
rtIn.: ttf bcginling,


-itf-0 Imported and
Domestic Cloths. .

Cutting a Specialty.
Fi'ts Guarant+ .d.



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SThat an establishment devoted to one par-
ticular line of gools gives it more attention
Than if there were numerous lines to look

therefore claim that we canu "ive better sat- -
-- isfaetion than those carrying other lines in
Sconnection. ive us a trial.

^ =-' 1+ fe a ,,ar" in tli.*t in *il litioin to our regular standard goods weD r -
400- lCr havS tl FA3MO )S I YmAL St'ARI.ET and RLo[I: HOO) eS VCS
, >liv,.s. Crosse & Blackwell's bran<. alnd that we i,,arantee these go )> t,, be the b-st that can .Just lik. v i have at h, me. We
l rcssi.>. .vaporatd bH rt inside of a can. W, have the C ,r. Peas. Stringl,.ss B.ans. n'r k-.. all ii : v.-: anI th; pri'e
___ ___ e to please o us.l~ tr i
l -I iI.I-,,i all d'irs: "l h,.p,.

Whiit, and Black Cherries., Apricots, Peach Pears.
If you want something n!ce, try the, goods. They will be
sure to please you. -

__ In addition to the above we keep on hand at all times a full supply
of No. i Timothy Hay, Bran, Shorts, Cottonseed Meal, Oats, Corn.
Cooked Cow Feed, i So-lb. Sacks Coarse Salt; also Early Rose, Beauty
_. of Hebron and Peerless -
SXe solicit Vour I)atrIona'e, and ask you
__ to visit us so you may find out that we are
the people to do Ibusilness with.
_ Yours to Please,

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