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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: February 15, 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: VID00575
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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Other version: Ocala morning banner
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


My Ladys


is Well Served

when the
hot roll or
muffin is

Stale bread for breakfast is barbarous;
hot, yeast-risen rolls are dysp!'ptic.



adds anti-dyi pcptic .i,:lities t1 -) tIh,
food and makes deliciou. loi-.'ead,
hot biscuit, rolls, muttffins or griddle
cakes whose fragrance and beauty
tempt the laggard morning appetite,
and whose wholesome and nutritive
qualities afford the highest sustenance
for both brain and body.

The "Royal Baker and Pastry
Ctok -containing over SA00
most practical and taluabl t
cooking receipts--free to
evt ry patron. .Svnd postal
"arj with your full address.

There are cheap baking pow-
ders, made from alum. but they
arc tc C.edingly harmful to
hc.hh. liheir astrint-tnt and
cauterizing (juialitivs add a
dangerous cmtliin:nt to food.


UZA LZA BZTH 1= AU13. C4 Editor.

Captain JohnIZL.. Itig;i W&. ill iitown

Mr. and Mr.. F. Bi. Fren(11, of Bbsq-
'mt. Urt at the 0O'ala.
Mr. 1). W. Davis has returned from

File tatirosel re-taurant makes
.ptsial rxle!-to we~ekly Isoar.Iers.
Mr. If. iH. Milk, -)f Uedtsr Key6.
1 ~~ttav ltI]iMopl~wav ill the

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f.rk,-,-w ,-ii i- the i... !initinit on,
Sii. h!i :' ;'d gu ,.-n:ii. *'. il !,-Ty--

'*Ir. ;e1.rge .IlKeau t !as returned
;roTmi a viu"ine-s trip lto Tanmpa and
Sther points south.
MrI'. Danti Morgan Smlith, Jr.. of
Chicago,. is the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
eniith. n Oeklawahba.
Special revival meetings are being
.&eld ait the Christian church this
*-ek iby Elder Colyer.
Mr. W. M. Rlo the phosphate
aint.r of oFort White. was in Oeala
Iu'.- P';, --aitt Purgative Pellets contain
S. :te. Nothing 'ttettr. Price,
.-> "*,!- :1. T Idinr.,* & (o's.
.i-- IflIon l'hir. of S ltid.t" y aft-.mroonii. and will
4p. :A1 -,:ti.e linwe ii the city, the ;.u'-st
,f M,.- 1:;nily Forod.
Mr-,. (. ;. Fi'iih and Mnr. F. I).
*:ia-. it.e gu,u-:s of the Rii'trvivew
:lot i. Hiver-ide. .Ja:-k-inville, stand
'W'11 ir',ily remain in that city sev-
r- 1 uIloill']s..
: .:it.. the Hill City of Gtorgia, was
:ltr,-. ilat't at tlie -al- this week by
r-. N. IFathier-ion., iher daugh-
t*.r, N!-. t1. K. Rixiv aud Ma-ter .
M i. ;.i-,l r-. Fl-. W l!- ;. n ...',f

-: ',.; ... l i.'u, M o i. day. M r. i
-. .. ) <. n .,- .r l .. M r .-.- !

S )iur line of tilet so.p.-; i- Iconid t,,
11o!,e, (and we invite your ini-petion
arresttt and (t-rig..
4 '-o. Otis 7T. (;rt n ,i id all ilnijoir-
tatiit p1Iofe--ional vi-i t to Jack-,.villet
atid Taliaha's-e during theo wvek.
Huyler's eamdies and a full line of
eonfectiolns, line tobaccos and 'igarl',
and all the periodicals, at MARTIN'S.
Mr. ('has. E. Abson, one of our
leading lihosphiate men, was a guest
of the WVindsor at Jacksonville on
Mr. J. H. Liviniston Jr., and fam-
ily are preparing to go to hoi-ekeep-
ing in their recently purchased home
in the second ward.

Mr. E. T. Helvenston left for New
York Saturd4y via. tlie Clyde line.
Hte will pur'l.cise for H II. Ma-ter- ani
elezaik t line of -,ri-iig anId u!tiiiilil(-

Flatal delays. are eai-ed ily l .xi.ri-
1. l i, i with i u,,-h Zand cl d cure,.
F<'d, '.- lniy ;:i(! lt'r wil pil t-velit :;
e ', fr,.!; Te'u* iilP' in l':l :,;:! u(! li .
An! !-M',:iop;liy lDrug stor, Ill
Mr. W. A. Heddiii ha
another well de-.erved proniotion
from the National iank of Javksoun-
ville, and hids fair, inl tine, to become
oine of the leading bankers in the ime-

"I have al ways used Foley's Honey
and Tar cough medicine and think it is
the best in the world," says ('has.
Bender, a newsdealer of Erie, Pa.
Nothing else as good. Anti-Monopo)ly
Drug Store. mi
The many friends of Mrs. William
Andersoln will regret to know that she
continUts -eriois!y ill with la grippe
at lhr liomei on hF-ort King. avenue.
Little v.i-- Sue is rapidly recovering
after a long ;tt(;.ck.
11i. Thad '. Sturgi- :i ni wife, of
N-irth Car olin:, were ;at tthe O-.ala
Wetlde-idty. ir. Sturgi- i- a premi ni
nenlt oflieial of thlie Sout iern railway,
Wad was formerly a frequent vi;t,.ir to
thi vityv where lie still retain- miany
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. MchDona'd and
family have removed to the Clyatt
cottage, near Ocklawaha avellnue, in
the first ward, their former rv-idence
on South Seconi street having been
purchase-d by Mr. V'trnon (lyatt, who
i-' now nckUlyimg it.
The Anti-NMonolpoly Drug St:ore will
nrfutild you your mIoney ify; .'uare not
satiltied after n sin. ('iiamtub rtlaiu i
S*li ,tn.-I4 and Liver Tb!leth-. They


The Monticello Tribune and the
DeSoto County Champion take ex-!
ceptions to what the Ocala Banner
said anent Great Britain's deceased
She was the head of the Church of
England and was said to have been a
most exemplary, pious Christian wo-
man. That being the statement and
the general belief, the Ocala Banner
ventured to ask-measured by His
texts-if she walked in the foot-
steps of Christ?
"Lay not up treasures on earth"-
the Queen laid up many millions.
"Feed my lambs"-the Queen
scarcely reached the level of Dives for
he did fecd Lazaru.s on the cruml's
that fell froi'u his table.

'"',ive to tle ,poor" '-the Queen did
not reniemiUer them. See the prves
disjatchl. regarding tier will.
When the Ovala Banner sees what
Mrs. Leland Standford, and other wo-
men it could name, are doing with
their millions in this country and then
reads the Queen's will, it lifts its hat
in high admiration for this queenly
type of American womanhood.

Happiness in Our Sanctum Continues.
The Ocala Banner continues to hold
its "little pink receptions," which, it
is hardly necessary to state, carry
with them gladness and touch the
heart of all those connected with this
We take pleasure iu conveying our
thanks to the following named per-
S'IIns who have responded to our call
sine last is-ue. viz: L. M. Raysor, E..
0. Mill-, .1. W. Jorian, W. T. Strick-
liii, ,. e Atki..P -.t-n. J W W aGill:-,
rI. .a. Kin-'. L. S. Wi'drow, M. S.
lsr.', (,'. J. Strozier, H. L. U LSeekinger,
II. N. Knobflock, 1unroe&. 'hanblis-,
.I. W. loberts,bi, T. l. Hligg, A. E.
Biirnett, ('aomner. ial bank, Standley,
Cranford & Co., William Benus. J. B.
:Sutton, J. H. Morton, Mrs. Hattie
Hes-, C. R. Abstein, R. Y. Lanier, O.
T'. Green, D. E. Potter, J. H. Btays, A.
J. Leavengood. L. S. Light, Miss Mary
BI. Pyles, W. L. Smith, J. M. Liddell,
Mrs. May Webbr, B. I. Hull, Hollo-
way Brothers & Woodbury, T. T. Sim
tmons, J. H. Killinger, R. McConathl,
(e-o. P. Ro.,inson, S. S. & W. Ry., W.
A. Clark, John W. Pearson, H. Jack-
son, T. E. Pasteur, Boston Store, R.
Bullo.wk, H. B. Masters, Mrs. I
Fl.-tchi r, J. It. Latwtoni, 0. C. Butl,.r,
(i,.,. 1'. lIaney, & I;rnes, John
S. He,.ird. (G !tiv < Ir-BI:ianiford Co., R.
V..,lhi, A. T. Hu.lia:ll, H1. E:. ('rock-
,r, Dr. W. R. 0. VeAl, LI'ayette Craii_,
J. -. W\\,ath1is. W. F. Wallnee,, H. H.
!e:,,Nb w-. A biie,'tl G oer t, M.. 3.
Nine O'Clock German.

'T!t, s -oiid German of the season
was given in the O.'al t House parlors
last Friday night 1-y the Nine O'Clock
(Termai Club. It was led by Mr. E.
T. iHelvenston and Miss Lula Gary
and Mr. C. V. Miller and Miss Claude
This proved to be one of the most
delightful allairs of the season. The
figures were all new and very pretty.
The favors were original and unique.
Quite a number of prominent spec-
tators were present.
The young ladies were all prettily
gowned, and with their handsome es-
corts presented a charming spectacle
to Ihll onlookers.
Th, participants in the German
w# re thle following oulples: Mr. Hel-
venlsto:i and. Miss (;ary, Mr. Miller
ant Mi-s \Waterman, Mr. Hiller and
Mi-- Couch, Mr. Rheinaiuer and Miss
IHillhr, Mr. Taylor and Miss Bullock,
Mr. ALutz and Miss Dekle, of Thomas-
ville ir. 1Mathews and Miss Pereda,
Mr. F.]rd and Miss Taylor, of Cincin-
nati. Mr. Harris and Miss Weathers,
Mr. Smith and Miss Ford, Mr. Crook
and Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Wat-

The Best Perscription for Malaria.
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove'- Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
-imply iron and ,iuinine in a tasteless
form. No eure-no pay. Price ~'ec.
Your Spring Suit.
Mr. Jerry lirnett, (0 'ala', folp'lar
tailor, h:i .iju-t received an ele anit

s One Bottle


Guaranteed to Cure or no Pay

I This is a Tonic that 'I

Has Been '1 tried

I And Don't Fail.

Only 50 cents at_- I--

I Post Office D)rug Store. I

awa*~S t ws __Eii


Mr. C. D. Massey Appointed General
Manager for the Equitable for
Southern Illinois.
Mr. C. D. Massey, who has for the
past two years been connected with
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
as cashier in the R H. Baker & Co.,
agency in this city, has gone to St.
Louis, where in the future he will
have his headquarters. Mr. Massey
has been appointed general manager
of the Equitable for Southern Illinois,
which is one of the most profitable
and lucrative fields in the country.
He has associated with him Mr. J. ('.
Roberson, one of the lest life inuinr-
auce men in this country.
While Mr. Massey has only !een in
the life insurance business f or th e pot :
three years li hlias made aI r.-.'.ro ;
scarcely eiquald iin intsur.itcin', c i, '<- ;
Heleft his ,home in Florida :t !t'tlc
over three years ago and a'4c

minor pl,.ition with the .eiquitaile in
(Chicago, andl by his clo', a cplie:i,, ,
toi business, tact andi executive ability
promotions quickly fiollow(d each
other until lie was sent to Texas as
cashier of the agency here. lie made
such a success here by his upright
business methods that the society was
not slow in recognizing this fact, and
his merit has won for him one of the
most lucrative and paying fields in
the United States. Success is assured
Mr. Massey in his new territory.-
Austin (Tex.) Daily Tribune.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes, ".My wife
was !i(.k a long time, in spite of g(od
doctors' treatnient, hiut wa- wholly
cur-d by Dr. King's New Life Pilhls,
which workedI wonders for her health.
They always do."'' Try lini. Only
'-"- at (: arrett and trial'ss drug
Hev. (Clu;. .1. (;ray ao' s to rangee
Lake next Sunday, the 17th, fo, .-er-
vices in Trinity church at 3 p. In., and
Holy ('ommunion Monday, at 11 a.m.

A Misunderstanding.
Misunderstood symptoms of disease
lead doctors to treat something else
when the kidneys are out of order.
Foley's Kidney Cure will bring you
health when other medicines have
failed. Take no substitute. Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. m
Geo. Wray, the expert tuner of the
Halifax Music House, Daytona, visits
this city. Leave orders at Weibe's. tf

It Will

Pay You

To go to the Ocala Fur-
niture Company when
vou must pay your last
sad respect.- to the dead
lovely ones. They have
on hand the most com-
plete line of reasonable-

Coffins, Etc,
In this part of the state,
and solicit mail, tele-
graph or telephone or-
ders, which will receive
prompt attention.
N. Miguolia St.. 3 door- froin Public Square

Stop the Thief!
Stealing your money: selling you
poor ig.trdenx s'eed-sat hii gh prices. Go
-1r --lid to J. B. Sutton, s'-edsmlan,
Or()'a, Fla., for special low prices on
tlhe seeds on thlie market. To-
i:to l) I'rg Pilant, E -itrn grown
Beaus, H eoky Ford grown and other
('ant:tIotlou), Watueriiel'on and( C'ucum-
ber -eed are exceptionally line. 'am-
pies free. On application of those de-
siring quantities, state quantity want-
ed when asking for samples. 1-11-4t.



THE SET 1.25

Consisting of CUTICURA SOAP, to cleanse the
skin, CUTICURA OINTMENT, to heal the skin,

and CUTICURA RESOLVENT, to cool the blood, is
often sufficient to cure the most torturing, dis-

figuring skin, scalp, and blood humors, rashes,
itching, and irritations, with loss of hair, when

the best physicians, and all other remedies fail.
Millions of Women UseCuticura Soap
A.-i- t1 y CTICT! 'RA OINTMENT, for preserving, purifying and the
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Proo4edelqs of the Board of Publio
lnstruetoe for Marion Cousty.
OCALA, FLA., Feb. 4, 1901.
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met Feb.
4th in regular session with the fol-
lowing members present: G. SM.
Scott, chairman, B. R. Mitch and
B. I. Hull.
Minutes of last meeting were read
and approved.
A communication from Mr. IL E
MeMaban, of Candler, asking the
board to investigate the suspension of
hbl children from school, claiming
that his children have been imposed
upon and mistreated by the teacher,
from prejudice. It was ordered that
the superintendent notify Mr. McMa-
han that inasmuch as the school is to
run only two weeks longer that the
board could do no good by an inves-
tigation now, but would look into the
matter before the appointment of
teachers another year.
Objections being made to the call-
ing of the election of the Oak Hill
school district for the purpose of cre-
ating a special-tax school district, the
matter was deferred until the first
Monday in March.
The bond of C. C. Rawls, J. B.
George'and I. T. Mlixson in the sum
of $300), as trustees of the kantvllle
special tax school district, with 1. N.
Rawls and V. Fant as sureties, were
examined, found satisfactory and ap-
proved. Also the bond of W. S. Bul-
lock, J. M. Barco and C. ,. Bittinger,
as trustees of the Ocala special tax
school district, in the sum of V-2I1,
with S. R.:Pyles and F. L. Watson as
sureties, were examined aud approved.
A communication from the trus-
tees of the Fantville special district
asked that their school be allowed to
run one month longer and the same be
paid for from:the special district. On
account of the prospect of the aver-
age of the:school not keeping up, the
request was refused.
The superintendent read a 'commu-
nication from Mr. W. N. heats, ask-
ing for[cuts and descriptions of sev-
eral of the best schools of the county
to be put in his bi-ennial report to the
legislature. On motion 0lo was alp-
propriated to have cuts made if tle<
schools would furnish the pictures.
and the secretary was authiorizttd to
furnish th,- tate superintetidint n itih
euts and accounts of fl'ur 'r" live ,of
the best schools of the county.
It was ,rdere-d that ina.-muin :is
the Ocala Banier inad the putli-tti.';
-Af the tfiancial stateniiit of t lo.
board for the y ar IS.'J andl the Ocala:
Star had the publication ftr the year
lO9o, that for the year lOtl the ipubli-
cation of the financial statement., be
given to the Oeala Banner and for the
year 1902 it he given to the Oe.tla.Star.
The secretary wa-s instructed to see
which pape"- would publish all lnoti<' ..
of special tax school districts the low-
est, and toKgive such notice-, to the
paper with ;which he can make the
best term-.
Messrs. Munroe and Cnamnliss noti-
lied the boarl that they held a war-
rant against the board for S.'5H, which
was now due, and asked the board to
renew the warrant. The same was
ordered renewed and a warrant was
ordered dr.,vn for the interest.
The treasurer's report was ex-
amined, found correct and approved
as follows-:
Total receipts for January $112. 71
Disbursed during January .. 1112.33
Balance in treasury ... ..41

Reports and accounts amounting to
$5195.82 were examined, found correct
and ordered paid by warrants on the
county treasurer.
There being no further business the
board adjourned to meet the first
Monday in March.
W. D. CAHN, Secretary.

W. L. Yancy, Paducah, Ky., writes,
"1 had a severe case of kidney disease
and three of the best physicians in
southern Kentucky treated me with-
out sucees. I was induced to try
Foley's Kidney Cure. The first bottle
gave immediate relief and three bot-
ties cured me permanently. I gladly
reconimm-end this w,,oderful remedy.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. in
Tax Books Open.
The state, a nd counIIty tax bhooki for
10'.k are now ol'tpen. Tax pl:v ers art
requested to go)veri then,-lves ,--
cordingly. E. 1'. TIt \, Al".
Collector of itevenue.
The Best Prescription for Malaria,
('hills and fever is a I *t' of Grove'.-
Tasteles ,, hill Toni,.. It i- simply
iron and quinine in a tastele--. form.
1'W h...-n. .k *i na liriv. .11 **.lilts

fContinued from last week
The conversation between the duke
and Colette upon the arrival of tlhe
Austrian chancellor was not a ruse to
divert suspicion. They were both too
high minded to descend to such a sub-
terfuge. The young girl. who had met
with such a reverse, instead of yield-
ing to despair, forgot her own troubles
in consoling her companion. The duke.
whom she had hoped to call emperor
and whom she loved. had lost all, and
she resolved that hie would heal his
wounds with her love.
Without raising his head the duke of-
fered her his arm. and. passing the
group of officers who had come to sur-
prise them, they quitted the ruin in
which had failed their project to over-
turn the world.
The i oon had descended almost to
the horizon, and in this solitude,. em-
balmed by the perfume of flowers, the
two young people moved as in a dream.
The duke, his arm about the waist of
Colette. supported her upon the messy
carpet. A tree fallen across the road
furnished them a seat. With eye to
eye and hand In hand. tremibling, they
sat down, but they did not speak.
Their hearts were full. and without
words each knew what the other won1!
say. The dul:e was the fir-r to recov'v:
his self possession.
"My dream." he said. "is over. I'un
pitying fortune has declared lih'rs.el
my enemy. In a short time I mu.-t p:;!
on the odious yoke wl:ch I had hopid
to .:-;:. of. Ohil. my father. if you could
see nie. how you wouil, stiffer Th-'
ihronli' i itendedl for :Ie will ceont ini '"
in the p,'-zssion of an lier. My grief
Is so gi-eat tflat I fear even to wet p."
And. broken hearted. tU duke laid
his head on Colette's bosonm a'nd soe,
Th,' yo.'':z girl toe!: his hind iin hI'-i
and gave it a c:'.aste kiss.

l't'.'\f s m e, ;Und .v
f ,r y :;. Yor;; I:" : i i i- I : ',
1 I1t, fr:i\-. In--- u' Il. :'. l.. :o "... y' *.: '

s ,.1-, y.-a! w ll 'o* ,: ,r ali l. L v 'i. ; i
v' !;i ;1n : A.1 yA ( ':1 i : -'i- ::dI 1 o !i '
th~~a 1 l, :rple rtli.;i \: \-,ortli I e. ;''
;iT e f'r'. Iu l- .Iutiful liIi- ne l -ii!
t i ,td h;: py i ::..Sn ; in tl:e u ';y f aN l i't1 t ,,, i; t i

'to t hev-o '.t t. et o l ',:.l ( i i;c rds wi
coumiii n 1: un -ari;d tdli thha t it
vadis tiUl o to dt cpart.
Rliuhstadt a!nd Coei:t' returned iuiCt-
ly t' t;e 'Cht1<'t at d f o.hoitirunn as iof
nothihi.a, sp.!cial lhad harli)pented and re-
sumhial 1mte (laltoniJ ts Existrce to
\vhi'ic tllo wre c n-t s:o with Mett riinic. Tih chailtinllir,
after having discovered that lie h:id
le-li foiled, returned to theo ypilnee in di
state of Indescribable irritation. lie
had btn compelled to accept tl wl-t
planationu of beeiclihtadt and Colette.

the game played ou the European
checkerboard had been tricked like a
countryman in a play. At the moment
when he was about to put lis land on
these accursed Frenchmen they li d
And this stupid spy, puffed up with
vanity, sure of success, ready to claim
his reward, must make a piteous fail-
ure. Doubtless he would not return,.
fearful of being punished, and would
go to play the same game in some oth-
er place. It had been a terrible check to
this man. before whom every one must
how down. And the duke-shouhl li' .
leave him to come .and go over the vast
domain (oif St'hnbrunn, tne chaliancels,"
shutting his eye,.s to his desire for ind,.-
pI iilnce.nit'allhough lie had never ceat-id
i liis su:'veillance? This indulgti,.p
had proved to be unwise. If lihe had

tixed his :'-::id nce.- iii a cell at Spil- i
berg iulsta-: d of in alpartlnl nts open to
all t" ollinlr, how millh more prudut ,it
whoulid have lee'N I Put to mn:like tih
dtkit a l'- t>'ln r f .s ;tat~- w \V 1ain i"r-
ou". I.ur-op-, wl.ich l'r.-athlnd azain the
j.t"y of i cilfe, Wtl. i lI not listen to :;i. rl-
t:i \vi.! \\ W uid aend all its 1,1 *-:
M &i-s, t ii. ien lh..- r,! r hiland, .ietull *i,
iin;itdl a i i ', r I4 at. 'U.nlit of the : htli -
uli;iZ oif inn.oc i'lt bl, d.
ilk' vould think it (\ 'Ir.
'd, iit :ii. i,.. v i>lihin* t,, expe,.iid 1;<
ill i t"I Il( s i le oItie, he slit f.1;'
S silver The sohli r, after having p)l...
ed hiis two (.-comiiipanions in safety, :ls- i
tuned to his cottage. resolved to brave-
ly breast the stm rn. Fearlss., \vwth a

hour I l'caie :a nOw nma, and I sw-ore
to die for my emperor. <;od would not
permit that, but has given it tie in-
stead to protect the son. I have sworn
never to leave him. This is all I have
to say to you."
Metterni.h made a sign. and Silvere
Had lihe gained his cause?

ITis majesty the emperor had just re-
turned from hearing mass In the pri-
vate chapel and was about to walk, as
w-as his daily custom, in the park when,
to his surprise, the confidential valet
attached to his august person announc-
ed that the chancellor of the empire
was in tlhe antechamber and desired an
audience. Puzzled to receive such a
request at such an hour and suspect-
ing thlit s-moine iimportauit matter of
state i as to lbe discuss-d. lihe ordered
that the miiniister he- admitted at once.
The chancellor iha.steined to enter, still
beairin g otii his face thle ire which had
anitatol himu. It did inot escape tlio lo-
tice of the emliperor..
After Silvere's dcpairtu:-e 'Me(tternich
had faillten into one of tit,-e reveri'-,
from h\iich heI always i ::erLed armed
with lre' lition to ovl;:-c. ne Ill 4,1)
sta-ll,~I. lIe head listei(d 1 lhlyv to tli
pr'ot'.st of tithe i,1 sohli-.r. In his I'nig
can .e'r li, lia,l thiust :a-i., h ti:ian f.eel-
III with -ppie :e in i ;t r ..*, ;nl re-
g'artldI oi]y O vhlit w ,!ou-l 1I a-ist him in
hik projects.
Yet there wae s oe --assion i he 'miight
u-e-love. The duke luve!d. The clih:ii.
ce-llor had not failed to notice hiis at-
tachneitnt to the adopted daighiter of

"If your excellence has any charge
against me. I will listen to It respect-
fully, but as an accused person I would
ask to be permitted to make an appeal
In my defense."
"You talk too much," replied the
prince violently. "Your presence here
has been too long tolerated. Tomorrow
you depart."
"Will you send me away"-
"Yes," replied Metternich, "and my
only regret Is that you were ever per-
mitted to enter the chateau. If my
august master, the emperor, had de-
ferred to my advice, you would have
gone long ago, but his majesty, fear-
ing to displease his grandson, hesitated
to adopt a measure which I thought
necessary. I propose that you shall
leave today. I am going to the em-
peror and think I shall have little
trouble in securing his consent to your
"Al. ion'iIseineur," cried Silvere,
"y ;D; i31 t1i1t Io you v-;wish to
kill ,.:, ;. :' r b' y taki g |'l. fsom liim li ,'
oli : ,> has nevEr utiitte(d l i'i ?
Yomu ,;.:.,i 11 ic also. I could not
live :,... firoi hhim. If you drive
n ni t, i, i :. ,1 t | ti l ;Ia v, t i i l
Sc1ti '1l. :y .. r. t. yolr sinist' l" <1-
signs. 1:.t I "in n iltinil to
say to yi;: the streets
(of 'ari-. I v;; i :;:' irv cs I

up bty i h irty !:t ,
food to, aippeiase the hli!* hihl tuin-
talized ine. Often il the niighlt I wentI
out to hunt food with the dogs in the
gutter. I had no namine. I called my--
self Silver,-. ()!ne day I y ct in('; e a sol-
dier ani:. forget-tini iy "-troubles. did
my duty. giving i'andl taking many
wounds. One day in little the emlpr-
or, passing. called 1i.11 fromi the ranks,
gave ni hi hl!!:l nIl pinned up,')n my
breast the bl.nlge of liniior. From this.



rContinued next week]

This signature i-i on evcrv yiox of the genuine
Laxative B.romo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy that curea :. .: ;' *! smn es
Cassava and Cassava Seed:for Sa'e.
I ani prepared to --;illy :t4 those
needing same ('Cass.:va or C'ass'va seed
in a iny jqulintity. A Helinin:, inaitnerfiel, Flal
P'ialnos and org:.1an tuned, regulated
and rtlepair'ed in a first class manner.
Also intake a especially of repairiing
fine violins and guitars.
W. S.PIK:.
P. 0 Box ti .5, Ocala, Fia. "
We have a few choice lots for sale in
JI'MIETTE, also timber, phospbat
and farm lands.
li l'Stf

WA\NTEI-D-Two reliable traveling
salesmen in each state; permanent
position; salary and exlwnses; expe-
rience not a'- !i.;tely <-,ntial Ad-
dretss ('arolina 'i'ol "c W- i k.~
r"ib'no, N. C4 -11

We do not sell goods at cost, lh:t ti,.
sc'1 'goods ;-s -S H-a1;p *,r h,;l'e-' l;anl
til;-' w lho :i l..rtis(s ti'. {tiny s'l- a.t
-'-n-t. Try 1.1- amid <-ve miney Try-
d iII s 4 (',.


Dr. W. R. Lamb, Oculist and Optician,
Specialist in Testing and Refract-
ing the Eye and Fitting Glasses,
of Philadelphia, Pa.,
I) .- '*.-. *f :ii. lliou ln c t ti, ci tizfI 's of
,o':-la aind viivit;!y th ., h h, :.:- open, ,i
tlie oflic,; formi r y oecup.tid by .h.
I'te D)r. E'l,-ltoi, in the MIr, han-*'
Block, where lie will remain until
March 1. He is prepared with the
best alnd most complete apparatus for
thoroughly testing and refracting the-
eye according to the latest and nios:
approved methods. He uses the Javal
ophthalmometer for the detection and
estimation of astigmatism which dis-
pensts in the great majority of cases
with the necessity of uinug mydriatics,
thus saving patients the time, incon-
venience and temporary impairment
of vision which the use of drops al-
ways occasions.
I)r. 4.;nih has an ample supply of
the beut quality of lenase of every
kind, including a great variety of
astigmatic len-es, whi-h were ground
specially io ort1er. !,ind all styles and
kinds of eye glass andi spectacle
franets of the :.btst quality to furnish
to those requiring them.
Headache, eve-strain and inulamma-
tory conditions of the eyes or lids con
s4-quent upon abnormal or defective
vision are permanently cured by ac-
curate infraction and properly ad-
justed glas.- s. Those who are troubled
with thesa or any of the numerous
symptoms of defective vi-ion which
Inec.'.sitate-s the ti-.e of .!.e.s would
do. well to vail tiu of tlit' op-
lportunity of lialvitig li, ir ve y. rare-
fully a;i d thiri, ',i -,ly it ti1l tinid .I),-
iaihtiling -Uiall.' i.,-- -, I. he ii la.-ssw
fiiiri-lil iby Dr. ar.i ;;Ji ari w tiamitecl
ti i fc prrei-t.
hio-C., i tinn inl t.g I, L. e ii;= ir ee-
o, p.,riuiniiy a-s lDn. LIitt>':1 etlgagt-
-1 : tiai -u,'i- t iIt iii ':.t It able
to rt-niain in i .,' i. a n li.itti tlime,
lon11 t-intlt.:i, ilt,'v-tr, to giv'e th .se

who se-lie lih i> i -;(.l.i s
the pq ,i.rtiiiity i to ,t*isult hiim if
they wvll call at their -ar!itsi conv.i -
n i Ch 11 rb



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aY fc, -qtixw oef t~oM;4 ane.3..d r!-t
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p'II'e ..) ')UrilS '? eI
Embalming to Ordiwr.
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Is a Necessity

To a happy home, :-:; -11
can serve a ptxlntil'.t -r'-:-
stew if they sue noz. I,--
handled before the:; re'i.
kitchen. Our st-Als ait t;.-u -
r 7rcf't are wellH: .~
the dpp'inuzces for ':.rt

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require the consent of the Move"frel
This II why the chancellor bad d-
manled an audience with the emperor.
The latter, wishing to put an enod to
the perplexity which the presence of
the prince had occasioned, commenced
the Interview.
"Your excellence must have some
grave matter on band to come heore
without having been summoned. Does
some danger threaten the monarchy?
Is some new complication about to
put an end to the peace which we have
had so much trouble to establish?
"Sire," replied Metternich, "you are
aware of the difficulties that I and
the allies have had in imposing this
pence. The death of Bonaparte had
rendered my task less difficult. Eu-
rope breathed freely. The wars of
the past had left but confused mem-
ories. Little by little these were pass-
ing away. Everything went well until
yesterday, when one of those unex-
pected events happened which have al-
most overturned our work.
"A young man, a child, was the cause
of it all. But I was watching him.
Unknown to him, my surveillance fol-
lowed him step by step. I knew each
hour what he did, and when the crit-
ical moment came I stretched forth
my hand, and the plot vanished. But
who knows If another time I shall be
so fortunate?"

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Highest Award Displ,'.a of lio 2.
Fstablishedl I 0.

These Famous ( la*s., for by

E'yesi ht ITstdi lr'.

Cautiom Hawk"es' l;--,* :r. herer
peddled. Be sure thit* "'Hia k*-s" :n
stamlwd on frame.


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Wear the
Best Make.

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M- 1hanlt%. ib(,ck. 4 &'a11 i 'ha.

T? -4: Al Tilt. 101' WELLI.ABLE TO

'\I!. 1'. WI. D1)sj' is in Conical on

Edna 1 DJo/ivr i-; in Jao'k-,unitvyle,
of li tr aunit, Ni r-. Cq),)ij 'c.
P~a: i~s' Res.tau~ranit fvvdsl' tilt-

~ a 'wliafims1(i /i l

"Ir'. :,!itl 'Ul If 1. S-htrei'ueer leknl
; ui. +01.-.' 1hiok i I t'li I)!-,.i

W x-Vift- XIV e.ill 7t A41IeaVi Stev:A
*.tlhev will simeud-its-veral weeks-,
11 tl it it 4*oaw to14'Florida.
411 -4 a la oii-we is. (II ing thei l4s'.
!i*,!.t- Ie'-; h ii4l-S"ill its liitor3. N\ e-
~ ~ h mtVet iii iade (the 4.)klawalia
ver trip %wero. among the arrivals

Ui. 1'erry 1'. Stuith. who has bwen
-LIz'zc-t oif his uncele :11141 alnt, 511'.
1 3.,IMr. Rioietrt Atllersoii, for the
A:tw.i anti a half m11oniths. leaves
;ay fo.r Ili- home in Loui-,vi~llt, Keni-

F-rdrit~viiig out dull Ibilou- feelintv.
-t --iiaf inningg tileapilbetite andI incera.!-
,.K flt, .iolexity of-fthe body for work,
K! A-it PITTEPSi s a golden)
Anti-Mo~nolmoly rug Store

S,.PAnnie flair 'Tonic is the best
I; larai t oi'l for clean ing I lie swalli and
:am'twtiig the 'growth (Of the hair.
Nsm iw- t he times for danidruff. 'T1his
., i wii koep the scalp clean and

To Miss Imse Senjaumin.
A ilk jghatftil surjari!-z party wias afe~w eveiiing. ago in lio~nor Oif
I r.- tie IleiiJanduinat her residence
XVILI:.h'amll street. After a series o1f
,,'AUe- wt-re jolmtyed a delightful supper
a-9-rvrd hat Ili ilIitight.- Atl:anta

i ..:iir :'t urd- uilit. the '!thl or
-.::,tiy .ighilt, the llith. from my
i:-mn:- in O'ala, oine luiey, gear
:t l lFive dollar, reward will
j* i:,ti fir return o' stimc, and i o
i*'-!iii- a-kdt ; or ai.ove reward will
!,.tiil fr evidence to co-,iiviot the
. .1 ,: irti.. H.I H. Meadows,
Si' \\'t.iacn Works, Ocalas Fla.
The White Man's Burden
t- ;:;ally iidligestion, which meanll
.. .,ite. -,hlees-sness, irrital-ility
w'.riilit-. of tIwly anid brain. Dr.
.. 'yv: F,,I ,.1t.- I j epticide is :a new
.1 :fe't iure'. it aids igestion,
: tl regulate- thll stoniacht., m

l.- I.. tk t. MIr. and 'Mr-. W. T.
. :. ., l.-uii h'l.-.r.

4taps the Cough and Works Off th



Th, nmortinv,& works 41:1 v- n'l niiht.
It liha no hour- f.r slt-ep, Io (- .atiotn
from labor. Ther-i isi n h I .is.!:t iv\e
ena: tAent against its workiiig on i,-il
liolidays. nor was it ever imprison-
ed for desecrating the Sabbiatli, which
it does continiuously lifty-two da:iv. iii
every three hundred and sixty-five.
In its legal functions and perform-.
ances it is as despotic as a German
Emperor and as miserly as an Eng-
lish Queen. Its constitution is as sin-
uous and flexible as maleable iron and
Its heart as cold and pitiless as the
rocks. The sun in his orlit. :.ind the
star., in their courses, are not more
sure. Like death, it di-mands thli! it.-
olbli-ath.ns hlall tbe nr-t :I! :l1-tt riLiv,
.nil oil the day ;aii4t tii hour it ..- iti-
ClaiilyiiV- itills- Ynoi, n you and ithe
Iplae tflhat kht.-W Voll onct \%%ii knlow

yOi; Io nlo0re forever.
The Ocala Golf Links.
Tihe formal opleniing of the (Ocala
(olf Links on Monday afternoon was
a brilliant stcce-ss and tile interest
Inaniftsted justified the hopes of the
proulmoters of this new attraction for
the winter visitors a, well n- for our
hole people.
The opt-ening comntet was liet-ween
William Mitchell, instructor at Kis-
siminee, and J. I,. Pearson, instructor
at Ocaia, and r. .Itulth- in a tie. It was
a very pretty gime, full of dash and
A foursome followed, Mr. Pearson
and Mr. Z. (' Charnthliss matched
against Mr. Mitchell and Mr. (;eo. K.
|lobinsoni. This iontet \tas al.-o, \ ry
clo.-e and the ();.'la :mateur- shli)\vedl
rcimarkal:ly fine frini.
A large- ,'rwd of ladii, atinl ,_n.lh-
Slnit-n were lrt'-eniit andi thi, -tt ite wI:v a
Ir'Iinarkal,ly gay ol%. t 'i it sint- is .-v-
; ie tly i.sltinie' ti lt I-<,'< (xtr x ie I-ly
i'olpular iii (r'ala:. 'rlii viitin letfis,
ex'rn-< thlie opliniini that we ihave ti ic
Silt -' links iin tlie -tate. ati alreaily
vi- tt-rl t-' liliu-i:tst are at tile' Oe'ala
HMuse atltrae-tt- solely Iby t is f-ct.
1Tot) iiuhl t credit cunalll: Ile go iveln
the officers o4f tihe t-lub, Mr. 11. A.
Ford, pires-ident., Mr. D. S. \\ illiams
secretary, and especially to Mr. Phil
F. E.rown, of the O(cala House, whost,
owVn interest, as well as that of tilhe
Plant Systeni, wa. largely responsible
for this latest Ocala success.
To crown the day a hall wa, given
in theeveningat the armory. a feature
of whiih was the appearance of Mr.
Dunn in full Highlanid eostune, keep-
ing tep to lthie martial mu-i of his
Water Works Improvements.
S..killoA vi ^M ^. .. *.1.vII-


The Zewadski Bill. A Prize for Florida.
Hon. W. K. Z.-,wadskt, of Marion, Rev. S. D. Colyr, the eminent and
has prepv&r.ld a bill for thu redistrict eloquent divine, who preached a sc-
ing of their state (incorporating the ries of sermons in the Ocala Christian
new Ihird cnI oIgreliotnal distritt,z church last November, has resigned
which will Ib) prescnteI at the next his pastor:-te at (Ctarleston, (C., ini
ni.,ctit! of the legislature. order to aceit thte joint call of the
While ii places Marini in the first American Chritian Missionary Soci-
district, yet at thie sine tine he gives ety and the Florida Convention of
this district nearly 40),00 less popula- the Churches of Christ. This call
tion than tihe third and about 45,0;N> makes him state evangelist for Flor-
less than the second. iAccording to ida aid his first work will be the
the proposed bill the counties com- planting of a church in Tampa,
posing the different districts are as which work he will begin the first of
follows: March. In the meantime he is visit-
F'IST iInsTRICT. ing in Ocala and will preach in the
Taylor ............................ Christen church every night this
Iafayette........ ............ 4,9T7 week and also next Sunday, both
L ea 4 908 mo rn i ng a n d e v en in g .
Levy ............................ 8603 morning and evening.
Marion.... ............... 24,40; He isa first'class pulpit orator and
Citru- ..... 5,3.l Bible teacher, a man of great spirit-
ter .. ..... ;,187 quality, aiild is free from the narrow
Ilrr i l ... ;;,;;S spirit of sectarianisi u.

Dr. ...t..

Nivon r ....&...

. .......... ... 6 ,15 1
.. .. 31-413
.. ..4. ,.4,:I

.. ...... ;.,444

Total ........ ...........14s,.974 4
Suwalnnee ... ... 14,554
Colum bia ....... ...........17,0904
Baker ........ ........ 4,516
Bradford .......... ..........o..l,293
N assau .................................. 9, 54
D uval ...... ......... ......." ,77:
Clay ......... ................ 5,6,11
P utnam ..... ......................... 11,6 41
St. Johllls ....... 9,165
l ia ....... .. ..... l ,0
iake ........ ... ........ 7,4#;7
O range .. ..... ...........11,374
Brevard ....................... 5.1.
.. .. 4 ,9 .
. <\'1!l, i .. ....,3 4
S T o t l .......... ......... 1 i.. ,, _! i
i l l rl liTl-'r'lil r. i

"; utlt' I ;, ......... 1< ,, :,
\V a l ...... .. ....... ... .. 34
lH >inl e, .. .. .......... 7,71L"
. l ik n gt n .... .... .. I.

S ra n k lin ........ ......... ...
Liberty ... .. .........
( al-hli ...
L lon ...... .
WXakulhla ......
.ellersoin .........
Madis. ni ...



*i 5,294


.. ... 1 ,8 7
....... 1 ;,0i75

The Methodist Entertainment. 4
IThlie entertainment and supillpelr iv- i
il11 by the ladies of the Metllolisti'
church in the armory lait iTuesday Av

.oile very important aiii, valuable niiht was most eIjoyable. In conse-
improvements have been recently 1 ne of tlie very bad weather not as
made lvy Mr. .1. A. (ampbell, superin- irge a e'row.d was present a-s was ex-
tenidenit of the i,-ala Water Company. pt'tedl arid would have been if the
Among these is the pacing of a; weather hadl been pleasant; but, so-
-teel !oof on tihe stand pipe and also ciaily, it w.-< a: great slice..,s. All
on the reservoir, the latter being ra during the uvenliug beautiful music
really artistic little structure-the de- I was rendered lbyv the ('ala House Or-
sign of Mr. Campbell. In addition all chiestra.
the buildings have been thoroughly was ery prettily
The candy booth was very prettily
overhauled and repAinted. the tanks
oeruled aid re e nksand artistically arranged, and was
cleaned and scraped, entirely new lizabeth
fences put around tilhe property and Bennett, Fratnes (hark and Lutie
many other minor improvements. .
One that has ocasinoiled 4o11mienila- Smith. The candy, which was bome-
tiOn thai ia-otya.nitod anewiteani- made and delicious., netted quite a
them lsum. All manner of good things to
condenser which elietually dots eat were there in abundance.
away with the dis.agreeable noise frotti
(lie exhaust stteam, whih was espec- One ef the interesting, features of
:illy disagreeale to. it iz.ensm living in the evening was the "Mother Goose"
the near lieighi)orhoodl. antlhe "(lok('k" contest. The "Moth-
All the water supplied to nsm ers r Goose" table was presided over by
All the water s-ipplied to .,,nsunmers
is now forced from the deerl artesian Miss I 'na Porter, anl the "Clokk"
wells by air pressure supplied by anm table 1vMissaraHarris. Ten tents
we; om.iarged for the privilege of en-
engine for that purplo.e and answering
the douitle purpo-e of aeriating the 'i i thse contests.
water :at the s:amtie Inl t le 'Motther G(oose" contest Mr.
All !iti. improvvllemeits imaile are .I. T. Havis won the first pri/e, Mr.
permanent and Mr. 'Campbill is to be itary Palmer the second, Mrs. 1). M.
congratulated onu lie excellence of his uiitli thetIird, and .iudge M(C'ona-
ag t. thle Io.usolation.
Illati gel .ient, "
.-- .. .. .In the '"Clock" contest Mr. Havis I
P. B. Dukes for again the winner of the tirst
Owing to the recent ordinance prize, tlil' second went to Mrs. D. M.
plas.ed by the council, making the Suiith, Jr., the third to Mrs. D. M.
chief of the tire departnient a -slaried Smlith, Sr., and the consolation to
official and requiring his constant and Mr. Edward Iolid.
entire atttettioni the work, Chief Car- The ladies who worked so faithfully
michat-i tendlered '.is resignation to for thi.- entertainment extend their
tihe department at a special meeting thanks to all who in any way contrib-
held .lMo:llay niglih. lteld to its suece.-s.
The members with r, great accepted
lii- resignation and e- New Epworth Leaguers.
dst-' Mr. JP. F. Dl)ke- f,,r tile 1p0i- lnst Sunday evening at the Ep-
ti'n. I r -lworth i.pll nie meeti in i the 1Stho-


Miss Sinclair Entertains.
Yesterday afternoon Miss Ethel Sin-
clair entertained twenty of her friends
with a progressive whist party. The
score cards were pretty valentines and
the markers were tiny gilt hearts.
About twenty-five rounds were played
and then a dainty repast was served.
To carry out the valentine idea the
cheese straws were made in the shape
of hearts and tied together with baby
The first prize, a souvenir spoon,
was won by Miss Gertie Pereda, and
the married ladies' prize, a beautiful
copy of Milton, was captured by Mrs.
Frank Watson.
The nian who was "born tired"
makes work a neccessity to give vent
to the energy and exuberance of spirits
generated by functional activity in the
system. Anti Monopoly Drug Store
Special agents, m

We have now on hand 1000 YARDS OF WASH
SILKS, of every imaginable fancy figure, various
widths, which we are selling at prices ranging
from 5 cents to !l a yard. This line is not an old
shelf-worn stock, but of new and up-to-date designs.
We cordially invite the ladies of Ocala and Marion
county to come illn nl0 inp'11 ),t these g-oods and see
that they (comprise Imany genuine bargains. WVe
also have ; lar< ani wei!! selected line of Ladies'
Readv-Mlade Gari',tiln.
(Co'lle and see -s before buyiin'.


Opera House Block

Orala. Florida.

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Accounts of Firms, Corporations amin Individual.s Solicited.
Prompt Attention to all Buiness Eutrusted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and Sold.

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Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantels,

School Desks, Church Seats,
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Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings, Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
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The state of Senator Mallory's
health is such that it may be impossi-
ble for him to be his own successor
Speaking of which the Holmes Coun-
ty Advertiser says:
"We wouldn't be surprised If; there
is some doubt about Senator Mallory
sueceed(itng himself. But there is one
thing of which there can be no doubt
at all, and that is that Judge Liddon
would make one of the best represen-
tatives of Florida in the United States
senate that has ever gone there. And
as the subject is up for discussion we
will venture to say a little more on it.
Senator Mallory's health seems not to
be of the stout st, and although it is
to be l hope that hIt will in the future
enjoy rot.utt health, yet he might
have another serious illness, like last
year, and Ibe detained for a long pe-
riod from his duties in Washington,
and at a tiijme when it might prove
disastrous to the best interests of the
state. Judize Liddon is a man of ro-
bust health, and equally robust in
mental endowment, and is the very
man we n.ied for that office. There-
fore, Judge Liddon ought to succeed
Mallory, and we hope that he will.

To Meet the Governor.
Mr. F. E. Harris left Wednesday to
attend a mo.-t important special con-
ference of the board of trustees of the
State Agricultural (College at Lake
At this conference governorr W. S.
Jennings, whose intere-ts in educa-
tional matters is well known, will be
present and discuss with the trustees
thl, i.,-ds oif the college in order that
':e may lI;ink proper re'onniendla-
tion to tihe hgilature in his frtheoin-
in. ne t-.ia;.g lo that tlody.
,%o ilit,-iltioln more thojantgii y ft--
,--rver the state.
Mr. H:mrri, will return tolliorro%-..

How to Cure the Grip.
JtIln iliijn quitly at hiomne iand take
Chati, lerlain', ('ou,-h It,-1 dly ;is ,'i-
ree-t, (i aint! : quick rtecovt'ry is ',ure to
follow::' Thati ren,--dy < ounteracts any
tendency tof the grip to result in pOitu-
monia, whiihl is really the o'liy serious
danger. Amonic th' tennis of thousands
who have u -d it for the grip not one
case has ever been rleorted that did
not recover For sale lby Anti- Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. mI
The report f thie pamrdin of Mr-,.
Maybri,-k as o.ic of the first acts of
King Edward VII would have made
'1:3id'- ;ew l. kn inllln unsely pop-
ular in tle; IUnited lStates, lbut it seems
that thlt"i~ rpirt is unfoun(hled. Still, if
he bets at thet races and continues to
play baIesrant lie nay hold his ltpopu-
Bright's Disease is more dreaded hy
physicians than any of the serious dis-
orders with which they have to deal
because of it., insidious and nialignant
character. If prompt action were
taken %lieni headaches, urinary dis-
orders, dige-tive troubles fir.t appear,
much sufIfering and sorrow would he
averted. PIrN KLV Asir BITTERS will
quickly stop lie spread of the disease,
quiet the inflammation, heal the kid-
neys and bladder, strengthen ann reg-
late the liver, and drived poisions and
impurities out of the system. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store, special agents.
"Farmer's Guide" is the name of a
book, and, as its title indicates, is a
guide to farmers in the cultivation
and fertilization of all crops typical
to America. This book is handsome-
ly bound, profusely ill u-trated, and
every farmer should have it in his li-
brary. It caln be us.d without charge
from the (Ge-rman Kali Works of !o3
Nassau St., New York City, N. Y.
The darkest hour in the history vof
any y,ung man is when he sits down
to study how to gut money without
hone-tiy earnvin it.--lotra.e (reelty.
Order ha;Vte been iss.ueId for lit' or- |
sraiin '-.ti,,lai nd eluilpnu-t of tn!i :,!- i


I (Elewhere in these columns we

print a long communication from Mr.
John 8. Beard, of Pensaeols,reviewing
and criticizing ex-President Cleve-
land's late utterance on the duty of
the democratic party.
Mr. Beard was late a presidential
elector on the democratic ticket in
this state, and what he says carries
with it weight and authority.
Mr. Beard speaks for the Bryan
wing of the democratic party and he
set4 forth its contention very force-
fully and clearly.
We think he is correct on every
proposition, but we feel that these
criminations and recriminations in
the party should cease, and it is the
"" duty now of all demo-
crats to "get together."
The Ocala Banner believes that the
perpetuity of the republic depends
upon the restoration of the demo-
cratic party to power.
It believes that all our energies
should be"lent in that direction.
Speaking to this point, Mr. A;:ra-
ham Lincolu set an example for tlie
democratic party to follow.
Mr. Lincoln's ipu r: iounit olj.'t
was to ,stve the Ilnioni, and on tlii
line lihi utteredl hiis off tquottd ldelivr-

44.s ypuralnxou it ob'jec-t is to ,:ix
thet Uuin, lland nio t fi iiher teo sm; v i
(destroy slavery. If I could save lhb.
Union to Without free'i lig any lVhitves I
would do it ; if I could save it byv frev-
ing all [lie slaves I wounldf(dn it;: i ntt if
I could save it b'y freteing sonivn tA
leaving others alone, I would a:lso (1i)
%fr. Lineittn sinceerely (lesirt il the
ablei~tionj of rl-havery, but los par,,-
liteilint eijt %%% 1.4 1 e t !lt' S vi wof 0the

h-lav-ry, whichli ua very doeair to I,-.,
he--rt, a evol-idnry cons~iderat ion.
His examiiijle should lie a lvq-onl ft r

Thv(i tht'tte sefIi,- e!.n olue-l )Iit i Id?'
~uI ~ *re ~r t ry to!S -.11l, hen

poi'.lazlie, 1 i'd t he ht-I'm-anbllli t (ill e
shie'.d he the r .i~~iiof rh-'1~~
14 ti.(V;,r iiin tr] 1- 4)s-vi tHit- ne ridin'v.
ThvI'Iiei-fc'n of 'h'. It 011"'111 (Xtftl!*6
AmruIir, in the -xi-;-tilK;wlij.hc it
hzi'. hptxrnm-l, set!. '-II .,II wil.I t
it i.; %kortl ijts while t n nif i. oI!,_n.
it, l*:irty ti I r-'illy X'ci
T'haxt 'hurehi varri- III(-e' :iwli
to flt-ePanithneoni iind thne'Ampih, :t-
! er. It cati tr-4vp thne hit:(of ij- SI,-
lprt.nie pontiftIf~s in fanl ii itlire ikei -rif-so
to ti-e Ow lie htauxge (if Maca tIh.
''frin 'Ixtlit-1.; pe whio crc 1W ned Yi 1-
leolin iithle n itnet e"i th 'e'ntuiiry to thle

eirglth ; andi far beyondiclthe 01t114.
I ~'1 in, the auuxzust dvElyiast y ext elliii
ilit il it is lost ill thi't wil ighit of ft.l

After its conflict with thie-f, re ,s of
the Reformation it found itself thrin-t
through and through, and lay plr. --
trate on its baek and lost its I,.ht on
the greater p;irt of Europe. Ii ti. t
portion where its strength was s i'()ol:-
est it became weakest, and its energy
was regarded with loathing and con-
tempt. "Viler than a priest" was a
proverbial expression.
But the church girded up its loins,
changed its polity and became revivi-
fied and reanimated, and its priests
reconsecrated, and in a little while
quickly regained what it had lost and
more besides.
To the devout believer the church
promised pardons. To the rapacious
and profligate she offered the plunder
of fertile plains and wealthy cities.
The Order of St. Francis was institu-
ted and it sent its spiritual police
everywhere. No all ey in a great city,
no hamlet on a remote mountain was
unvisited by the legainzg fri:r. The'
order of Jsuits was also rga:niz/. ,!
Sand in it wai' co< cenitratedi tle ,l'uilit-
esseino of the (.atholie spirit, .idl tih-
history of the Order of Jenu- is thI..

body, the frail beauty who nad ior-
gotten her marriage vow, found iu the
Jesuit an easy, well-bred man of the

world, who knew how to make allow-
ance for the little irregularities of
people of fashion. The con fear was
strict or lax, according to the temper
of the penitent. The first object was
to drive no person out of the pale of
the church. Since there were com-
pelled to be bad people it were better
that they should he bad Catholics
than bad Protestants. If a person
were so unfortunate as to he a bravo, a
libertine or a gambler, that was no
reason for making hint a h1 retic, too.
,% ith this devotion Lhe church
made converts in regions which
neither avarice nor curiosity ha I be-
fore tempted any of its countrymen
to enter, and its loyal priesthood
preached and disputed in tongues of
which no native of the West u1.,l r. i
stood a word.
The democratic party should gird
its loins, become revivified and reani-
mated, Uand, following the example of
this historic church, should settle thII
(differences among its members, and
(colisperate itsElt to the hliihi purjo- ,
of -avirg thlie Ht'leuliic," d'htrumii.tdt

i ", :, ,*) t i'i by .xpflli'. itl,
S i .r ih -i: X* i i- r a h ; i

l r to w 'r i .n rore i
;iv-. ; :. lt ib m n r-
.i, ip, i *, i r -. ;.i .".ini; lik- II(h J -tsuit j
:.r 1ir. .' t im itate

If i l ,e win battle- ii ,in-:t -l-hi va sm dlil, un-
trokeni, u w v',.,ini iitalatix to the


J SEASE with no specific name,
which seems to combine stor-.
ach disorder, heart tro'.ble,
blood disorder and a .ost of
other ills, and which can Iec de-
scribed only by sayin,~ vo' fe t "all
I- knocked out" and "zood 'or nth.r"
means that your kidneys are oer,.rur-
dened and need rei&.f.
Kidney d ranmer.rt is a::. al-
ways at the bottom of ,:., r. K I ,ith.
Your doctor knmw- thi-. ,,.t I. .. tily
treats the vri ,, y ,; :, : at .a' --e.
/ Foley's Guaranteed Kidney Cure
gets at thu botto:ni f t. tr,,ub:t and
cures them all at oncc.
You run no risk. Salisfaclory results are guarantvd.

For cuts, braises or sores BANNER SALVE is best.

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g io- t u l,1 bod- o c m e d t h u~c;t nlr w n tf

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I;- h it."*leo ~ :, i-. 's ehif-

liu!r oil n li t0i i!'- !, i n!;!i \ :ti'n r -, :,til
eve'ry i v ill w ho t ;* ', i ii, l.i,. its
li rutf r ri l v>:- i'- :i. k,; -li,,ubl, he|
given tle i,-e ..- orI :;Itil pu;! to .k;'
ill tihe ranIk-.
It l~H uI l -ll i.,z t iO no its I ntll rS:
"T'o S.:\v e tl it I I tI i, .'
A V hi i-y t (l:h t ; i( ',I niV w\1 N :1t lni?1 y,
idet I'lrm in (t, e'o tl r .

f. Deep Mystery.
It Ui" II\.'-' r \ why W-lllOin nidlure
!,:t'k;:<';t.1, i' t;:;i;chl IrI-rvoii nie's,
S.iple-,nt,., mniel .nu.:holyV. tainting
;,nd di/ZZy '-p; ]- \vht' lthmoiis:ids have
pr, .1 'li; l" ,,-tri, Hllittt.i w ill
jii-i-kly i'ui' ,. 1,-'h i tr' ii1 is,. I suf-
f'nl'l ("or yeYar\s with kidney Irobuld.,"
writes Mrs. Ih'ii.- ('herley, of Peter-
sont, la., "'aild a l e- ack illeId Ime
so) I could not dress' myself, but E .c-
tric Hitters wholly cured ime, and,
aithoulih 73; years old, I now am able
to) do all my housework." It ov< r-
comes constipation, improves appe.
title, gives perfect health. Only 5 0.,
at (;arrett and Gerni's. 3

Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that t1t. reg-
ular annual one-tin~g of Ithe h ,to.-k-
holders of thie Oahl \Watr ('or>p:tny
will h.e held at tho ofle4. of R. L. An-
derson, the pre-ident of slid eonmpatiiy,
inf the city of ()aa, 'l, l m ". I ''fednes-
day, the 20th (lay of F-l.rury. Hilol,
for thue t.lection of (fli'-ers and .uhli
otihe-r uinllf- s as ft lay, I, nfll*e,'( .-:*y tO
tran-a.-t. R. L. A NIDERS.ON.
J. A. ('.\-M-i i .. lPr'i.n n .
S,- ret iy. 2-1 -:;t
\W hn ) y,,u wa: t w a pi > .,- t,:t; i
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To gyrow -tr-.:w-. tni. -- lA.- v, i pe
Meat wema1iy :,- ,%Ihl e V I, alms
There i.- tit, -Ire l~ot Iin ii. I'i'e
-ile-tcad -*If iiinKIat'k v~a~~

moire if zae'e.l I1.111 t 'i RE
your rsto'nniae-h A1: ..t11 %111 ist' 1, 4 1)
y~our r hotic..; i.el -, r. !,..I, I n ~ca

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PLAN'ET .J i. (sIo R%':1'.

OF' (;'AI:LDE.N Tio

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SThere is no cad of

Old Virginia Cheroots.

M to waste, as there is no finished end to a

cut off and throw away. When you *

buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for

Sflive cents, you have more to smoke,

and of better quality, than you have *

when you pay fifteen cents for three n

Five Cent cigars. S

Tie huadred million" Old Virgas Cleroots smocd ithi
* year. Ask yor ow dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cet ,

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The Oldest and Best

S. S. S. is a combination of roots
and herbs of great c irauive powers,
and \\tn &.2:cn ino itthe circulation
sea rhes cutt ani ..:x-es all imannet
of ',.isotns irom the bElod, without
the l.,st sh'ck or harm to the system.
On the contrary, the general health
bezgis to improve from thle first dose,
for S. S. S. is not o ny a blood purifier,
but an excellent tonic, and strength-
ens and buNilds up the while pul.r:nI the blood of impuri-
ties. S. S. S. curs all isc;-s,. of a
l.i,(1 *'-lon origin. Cancer, Scrofula,
Rheumatism, Chronic Sores and
Uklers. E.czM.a, Psoriasis. Salt
Rhliciml, llrpes an i similar troublek,
and is an infallible cure and th-. only
anti ,te for that most horrible disease,
Ctnt.Ia'ious Illood Poison.
.1 i.cord of nearly fifty years of
6ucc ful cur-e is a reco,91 to ie. proud
of. S. S. S. i- :i,,re populi today
than ever. It nuialbers its friends by
the thousands. Our medical corres-
pnlndence is larger than ever in the
hi..torv of the medicine. Many write
to thank us for te t-cat g I S. S.
has done them. \wil otherss are seek-
ing advice albo-t their cases. All
letters receive prompt and careful
attention. Our physicians h-ve made
a lift-long studvof Blood .nd -in l)is-
cases, and blter uudecsta.,'l s" "i. e-Is.
than the <(-dinary pracLtitincr vih1 i
i.ik s ; i f n ne (s.

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Ron. John S. Beard Replies to "The th Democracy and the
PL rniedy," by the Ex-President.
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Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a '.::;.e cr c:-.rmncn glass wi:h your
water and i-v: ;: sand "wenty-fcour hours; a
.seciment cr set-
2 indicates an
-' unhea-hv condi-
m 4- b ., ,.;\ ticn of the kid-
neys. if it stains
..----~ ]2.) your liner. i" is
S e-.vidence cf kid-
.. ne-. trcue: too
--. -, < freq-er." desire to
pass it or pain in
-te tack is also
c f `-. -:-.e k.dneys and blad-
ce:. ", r -.
What to Do.
T .. ...... .- kr.c.edge so
cf. r.K:er's Swamp-
R rer. .- f f.'.::s every
v...;- *. 2.: r;.> a:.-.:r.. pan in the
bfa -. ... ~. .d-' ard every part
cf .: re r.a ::*y
t -a .g ,an in pass ig
i'. .... .:.g use cf .. quor,
.: .. .e ..A : .easant

Sdespie*, the effort- of those who at- fair, but mmny foul means, that Sena-
I tempted to arrest its progress In de- tor Vest, of Mliseouri. an ardent advo-
fense of the true democratic faith. cater of free silver, and who wzs the
the surrender to others of sound mon- spokesman for the administr-Ation in
ey heights was elamorously demand- the senate, in its su'cces-fnl efforts to
ed, and it was insisted that the proud repeal the "'Shermau purchasing
battalions of democracy should search clause," stated on the senate floor that
below and share the camping ground he had been grossly misled by the
of populism. president, (Mr. Cleveland,) that he,
"The culmination of democratic I (Senator Vest,) would never have ad-
woe was reached when its compact i vocated the repeal of the "Sherman
with these undemocratic forces was purchasing clause," had not the pres-

complete, and when our rank and file
were summoned to do battle underI

baitterm wlmieb twmre strange ,symilolm
and were held aloft in unfamiliar
hands. The- result of tAueh a betrayal
was Gwredilo'nned Thi,4is zthndon met t
olf tla.-lionutililt s of true demollracy,
this comitem ptt nous jshefde.wa
itm irmIiriions, amid this delihermtte vio-
Idfititof lifthe law 4of it- stremirthmi :md
vir-,werly a.,-e ~ iiiexeraille
as Vlt'of fate, f4;i Il'wed Ily tite r n#.'v*
it'41ple l11116ishnl'i 111of .emi miiasr, stagr-
gerillm ife-feat.
"Thedi~t~i-ster of ~itivit.-orlby a
si U:i!:irn iasd aflveitui rt-, wwt quiek ly
f611I4w. I] 6v a rt'turit e toVlie p'r'.t'sions
htn d prae iet' of sane demnoeracv. But
the exte-nt mild p-rilistenevy of our
wagm~r~n~siv:i ]M~i is ilhuo-traTod inl :
a--('UU'm- iulpig W."yily4 thle V.011i1
R111111111, issul. 41 otti I h- 1 ..;- 'f uiar rilm',
9'il(125 omi-iti'r.-, Oro :1 *~~.tiIIl'ittl,.

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'A 11 li-'$IIii -I" ( lC %V31' th-.

vefImI fit' vvimin d.-iirm-niti, p1 f r 1e~ :1.-

(1-'#rtIAlv l I it 11i. Salitu i

W.sks I'mlied iIfi 1a-oa I-- I
tmwIllts ; liqon dtIi t I., ill elttuiimuoil, I
tiur 4#11 iI it:Agwo'n.A ttip enter Ill,
test if pitIted agaeim#it Vtrue delloii 'I1
ion ti lie- I ribqvt4( (i =i *t il -

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w11ind:h'dottlw.As h*s e u itfn leli r, tit titi-,
set..d,(Ui-4 Ii i-toanic V4at 1.41i 11f i toill
Tlui-a rtISS:IP it, 1tru e (If th Ihtfo rix El
caic 0mettnme l S. tCi

ident led him to believe that he would
favor the restoration of silver, in ac-

cord with the platform pledge.
Mr. Cleveland, again, in his con-
demnation of truo democratic princi-
pies, andi in attempting to uphold his
spurious aricle, shows an utter disre-
r gard for the facts of history and
grossly mi.srepresents the democratic
platAforms of 1896 and 1900 Let himn
again speak for himself
"If," says Mlr. Cleveland, "we- are
invited to co<,de-mn the general gov-
erinsent for proteetina itself in the
exercise of its functions against vio-
lent ot.s'rne'ion-a in a st-te we should
repel te approach, and flud abund-
ant grounds for such action in the
history lind professions of a p rty
which honors Aundrew Jackson."
Mr. Cle-veland here ties to ilprs, s
upon tili ignorant and u ihhi .Aking
that tlihr- is a parallel betwet,-en his
course during (ih, (Chicago Istr! e, iti
Sl4 a;id *,lie i-oursq- of A lndr' w J,.tek-
sii during "Nuliil'atiaion" Mi lit i
C( '.rlliiia
'i i''i liout eiiterili- inito a di-. 1 -iw. t
a- tio wit, I heI r J el'ksouii wVa;s ri', :t i',
Wi'ioig, i its n i it-ltit 'o s:iy h ..ia ,.
( '" .,'! :i,!, ill *14 nii) 1 'i it ti i v
tilt -r ide-r;:tity v t!1 i f rm e, ....
k ,i I .- ti l 1t .'r, I- li not the .-i ',i -'
ia'i.l ., < i *, I '. til. Itwo istes. S "h
('.itrolimit, I,. s. limin ordlin:i .' of
lit r il" o !. in rf i veiltioli, d1e .it d
tli'ti ;t: i :e- of '(.iigtress was univ iinsti-
tlli,-ri'il, litill and void, Slid -htA tiild
'it hI x-ct'tt Id in Soiuthl ('; r-.'lina.
1. '. ii udl ua ill, k l:nows, iiin l L -
im in ,wiiti to't r:t ly \ell(- itlo-ined
Ilt"-l, llh ll that law % lot t4 X llt td.
.lMal k Iti- ditlerir.. Thie u i ut ,i i'ies
i I" ti .t-. t .f iiliih .A, anlli of the
ai ty oIf Chlii 'tao, wl-re doing :ill in
their pow .r t ,ian;;os ltie strike iii
I i;'l, wh i v :iwas iilit r more ir Iless
thrill "In' ioIestiI violence," jlt, a:d
S I ii,. t le aI i in getting I;control i"of the

I 'i ,-i-lelit i'( vl aV id, at th. li, ta-
tii o!' it rai i;:r,:;l01 r i' lralii.' i n-
t. r',-s al i j ie rl'ike. a ip!.iit i i,: I ,,.
o; i :*t tI,,I illth'., l o r, -, i'ailro.,l. i--..
,.;;l r l iit, l ,' *:.T *s i- i rit i t r.i 'iiy.

e-!4:tta' a < '. "* n iu l:'j i u t ilt r ti. '. I : 4s
t2, I h t4**! h *i. t. liA o -4 A
e a. r fol" l, ili ,i to u oil
;ia i' .ri ., ilia I. e tratili 'ei ti ,,';-
,' i i .i i '* i;,' i-i- I -it flo r t i ,i j : y-
i' -. I *, T .\ r. ('1.v lai %! kno .
i'tI 'bI e', l: iai oit I t uhe l i l-i
S -I -' I ., iii-' lr'in ii. l w hihl... 11 li-1 n
hi x\. ilni:-i'i-d inI'I t1the i.lli e of
Ir .i i.' li of Ir-, l'I .i -d S It -% II-
n < "' r'p l'\'", 1i *t 8 .. Al -1 -
f-,",i, ,,, "lrtri.-et-r ;* \ Y rr ,, ;. ,tiI
!i:ti. m. ith li ai ;ii, i iiliiar i.l Iri di
by j r li' of ;Ni p re '. Does I t I r.
(' \ i. v 1.i.,! lkn. w i th tl; t i-. .<:nili, ... -
,ii'. r ;, \\i l I VI oi t>. I.MA < lt o > i t t-

f, ., < ,!' l r,.- .. -. .A r 4! 'iie
I'..i'. : 1.-'- li !ii :. nit raa n ee
Fe r, -f 'p i t'. i, I ",i,,ii Ht retp, l li-

|I, ,t < *l frol i i; .:,-i ni : i bii tIt
at.p li iij=n of (lie 1 -lature o'. ilie
e,,,. utive wli, tihe I -_i-laturt. '.-i -

Dic- i,,t M1r. c'ivel:Ui(l klinow tht
tl:. I .-t!itiituti;n ,f t!; I, ited S:a'e,.
i- 4 iij y a; 'n enunit l(t':ilu of p: .--'r.s
del,-Z. t, to tli t- ltii.Al govern' ienit,
aitil tl!.t if a prt-sidenit of the U'nited
tla1. ,!iells "dtniue-ti' vi ien'e" in a
state except ill the Iintiliier and u!dter
ti,. votidilioi s and circumstance.-t -nt.u-
ueralted in thle above of the 'lnstitutio i that lie viol!:ats
thlt iinsiru ient which lie swore as
pr. ,itlt to "pret-rve, protect aind
defeini?" Truly when the "rank and
tile" stw their plannerss bearing these
straneei syp lb ls, and were held aloft
in unftiuiliar hands," they hastened
at Chicago in 1 .is to repudiate ('leve-
bI ,l mi ti to ..mrr. lhl. ,.. i ,\f In. f

W ht-'en V r. C leveland -tattlt s tli at ,au.., ..... ... 4... L a -
-free silve-r had been distinctly re- ftrsonha'k to true democratic doe-
fu.t-d reot itio* trines. This great convention of thet
fused recoglllition in the dellOlratie
platf.rti he tfr democratic "rank mand file" denoun.ied
platform -meaning tile platform demot
ulpn 1 whih lhe was elected in i IC'-hie i its platform "government by in-
di-t i.ctl .tat-s liat i'i ihe 1 it- p junction" and "arbitrary interf, rence
form did nit do. The .platform'n f by federal authoritie 10-92 di-tiinctlly dtcl-hrtd. "We hldd to -
the u.- of ibo;h gpld 1,n1l silver a- tht LaGrippe Quickly Cured.
*standard money of thi-e coutry In the winter of 1-: ianlt l' :,4t I
The ll:ilforln of IS1'I2 als., del, uitt-,t' was taken dolwn with : a'vere attaw'k
the ".- :ernlilui pulrc'hai-iiin cli-'-:" I- a of what ;- 'ailed LaGriljpe." says F. L
'cowardly tmke-hiift."' Hwt-ett, "a prominent drutri-aist of \\ili-
Mr. (' v-t-i:u.<, :. l, 'oes tevt-ry c hi lAiel, III. "Tile only vn.e-licine I u-1-d




and "find abundant grounds for such
action in the history and profesions
of a party which honors" Thomas
Jefferson and repudiates Grover
Mr. Cleveland should understand
that the great party, which he first
betrayed, came nmar destroying, and
then assisted in defeating in 1896 and
1900, will never again be led by him,
and that any advice from him will be
suspected and disregarded. It would
not have been greater folly and mad-
ness for Washington to have areepted
and acted upon advice of Benedict
Arnold after his attempted betrayal
of West Point and desertion to the
English as to the disposition and
command of the continental troops,
than it would he n',w for the demno-
cratie part, toeact upon advice from
Grover Cleveland ss to the future
poli,'y anmi course of the dml-uoi.rwiy.
"The plight of the democracy" is not
to he regretted, as it has rid us of
Cleveland and Clevelandism. "The
remedy" for two successive defeats is
not to be found in stain abandoning
the teachings of Jefferson and other
great and go'wl democrats for Cleve-
landism. The demoera-y met with a
crushing defeat in the late election,
battling for democratic principles,
but she is "not conquerletd beauty's
eilsigin yet. Is criits i) in lit r lipsand
in h-r **he-ks, anid *,*tli't ptle flt ~ is
t a .'l";'!l, 't', ilh r'."'
Mr Il- v.-l:tli, in is verliitou- ha-
* red ,..f !:e reat .i conv*-ntioni )of illI.
-"r:1i k :iil 1i; "' f '. riiw ,r-.'i-y ti t t
,*pl ilial, i hinl, lie k to ;rtil i-s
! or;tit p!tju li fs l y tlit, 'lloe disin-
'iiL-lllotill- s'"ot-t ni ts t'l. i-( w rr* used
.y I. :s Ylli, S -'l- r ti' b!.:a; i.s--in the
Siinpaigni of 1II:l. He, in reflect, says

that the democratic party i a .t...
lswlessnem by denouncing th.
preme court for its decision in the
come tax case."
I quo'e again from him: "A
the people are to be taught to di--
it the processes of our courts a...
distrust the decisions of our hig



. to

judicial tribunal, we should as m t-
bers of a party that enjoins obedil, ee
to law and respect for its admin stra*
tion and enforcement refuse to ee go
in the crusade."
What is the platform d-clarati n of
the democracy that calls forth th :n-
vective? Iquote in full: "Unti be
money question is settled we art p.
posed to any agitation for fN*, er
changes in our tariff laws except eh
as are necessary to meet the defi.- in
the revenue, caused by the atl -so
decision of the supreme court o< bhe
income tax. Butf lr this decwsi, o oy
(Continued on 6th page )

low's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollar- {e-
w ird for any case of Catarrh th. i n-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh u .
F. J. CHENEY & Co, Toledo, *.
We, the undersigned, have kr.- w
F. J. Cheney for the last fiftrc:: rs,
and believe him perfectly honor )le
in all business transactions andi .n-
cially able to- carry out ary i-
tiois made by Sheir firm.
WVEST & TRU'AX, iWhol:sale Dri: tr,
'Tldo., O.
\V'A .l-N<(;, KIINNN & t'. Iv,
Whliolsale Druguris-", Tl'-do(, ( ,;0
IIH tl'.s ('atarrli ('r, is tak ;. .:
na:ly, aitin.L dir i r ly upon thi t ,,
aind nJIl'oiuZ surfa','- of thi 11.
Price 7.:-. per bottle. So! dlriulgists.. Testiincini;:ls free.
Hall's family pills are the It s:.

A nt; mlo .-v '.),- ll S4 j e li g
S'A Ne

w F. EDW~-DS'


Ocala. Fla.

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My $2.oo Rye or Bourbon at..... -................$1,75 My $4 00oo Gin at.... .................... .................
tv 2 0so *' ................. ...... 2 oo Mv y .oo North Carolina Corn at............
My 3.o ..... 2.56 My 2.5o M'n DewCorn at.. 2s
y 400" y 3.00
Iv 2 oo Gin at ...................... .......... 1 75 My 4.0o 0 .. 3
y 2 ........................................... 2 oc My 4.00 New England Rum at ................. *
The Jui aid Keg Trade Made ai Speci;,l Feiture.
In sending your ordef- always send enough to cover the cost of jugs. Half-gallon jugs. log
-gallon jug. lrc ".-gallon jug.,' ;53 gallon jug, 35: kegs.$1.
I sell morer whiskey andl better whiske. than any hou-e in Florida.because I give good,hoa
esl ,)oo(Al and full measure,
A trial *orC(!.: wilt c-mvince you that' e arethe people." Terms ca-h with the order.
Your.anxiou.sto olee. J.F. EDW AliDS.


Wt, 0ill rriultKs of Xa' mn-;. Iowir' 'es
an Dubi Ek .inl stoc(kat al .

L..tim -.. have a 1a r.-# '(r a m *i varied ,tock
Than t brleffort. and it jin':-.' '-to'-daclittv' c;'
no, 1) w 1-
IIL t~ f4 t n (-I.Ii o e r e iI. ( )'u1-.1- -.1



...,, ,AT A n AT ?~RlM FEBRUARY 15, 1901.

THE1B ~ ~ & ~ --

MROVER CLEVELAND DEMOGRACV. aware that any wrPer, since Hylton
vs. the United States was decided,
(Conti;.nuc, fr .) h :,l has expressed a view differ,'it from
the supreme court there would be no thatof these an horitie." In spite of
deflci: in the revenue, inieoer u1w. Fiw this utbroken lie of d-.isionp, run-
adefici byn the revenue, under t I ing from 179I6 t. 1SSO ly lie ablest
passed by a democratic congresad ilnI ms d uh j ho
strict pursuance of th(. tifrm dt- mid most distinguished judges who
cisions orf that .utort for nearly i0' ever sat upon ihe 'supremrie tench, in
yar, thst court hivi- h at d#- spite of the commendation of sutil
V6,iio n, sl-thi nPd .l-, i',li, o b text writers awll jurist ::-, 'r..,
section, to its en(a-tn-lt i w, ich lad Ken.t and Cooley. Whent l th It ,
previously b.en o-vt i ad oby I*-oy qujesti n was brmough Ie .I*,e i,' -
ablest judges who have ev r on preme eourt in 1691 t hr lt- ur, I:I.,
that lench We declare tit.-t it is the n.lrrow mfijority of on., hlital I lt t
dut of .oa r.--s to us,, i.l .f thi. e.. tx Il-1'n ill collolm s wts a t direct t:.x,
stitutional pow, which rein:itics ifter ':i J quently u1 lco1lstit-Ii a, ,rtl.e-
the deci-ion, or which lmay omt-e cause it was not laid in "';o,"')riiou
from its t.ofusal by the court .s it 1),a3 to til- censu .,r eriumnerali.". Wheit
hereafter be cot-'ituted, .so tht the thi.i ease s hirt argued awl decided
burdens of taxation may be and impartially laid, to the end that in Tennessee. The court stood 4 to 4,
wealth may hear its due proKportion of whih left the law upon the statute
the expense of the governmenttr' ,,k as constitutional aurn to be en-
Is there in this platform detlaratiou forced. But, of course, tinms did not
the slightest indication of a disposi- suit those who had large incoie.r, and
:i.n to discredit or o..truct the pro- the court gave a hearing tflre a
e;s of our courier? Is there a sug- "full bench." Judge Jackson was of
gL-tion that if l,- ,I.tiocracy should the opinion that the law was consti-
5uccsful, 1ha' thle tax upln in 'ttional. That gave the law one n.a-
imnes, nuder hlie :-t of 1894, would jority.
'.e l-vi. aind o!lvvctt4 despite thi, The money sharks and thELir rejlre-
,i. ..o. tli t- '|it'. ii-court? se tativ s wvre fr-inzi-ld with the f. -t
MTr. lhvla.'l.- -. -li -itude for th it- that they would have to cotytriblutte
Aik n:.,unts : ';:11 S'.,ret has let. S- iltme of their ill-g'ot ten ,aitns to .s-tp-
Io s! d ':-.toSe those bank .- pirt the governmlinlb. .al'ege Shira-.
thatit do 1!.: exist except in hi- wl a' h:td, in the ir' decision, ieeln of
vt- r ,'lwa.-dl i,:u .'i ,;it on. and anxiety h tOi .VC;41l ,.. flay arger of con tuliont il, <.1uidtily, without as,-ig in .
tributi,,' fion thlo.s.- ,,ho own 1th,- y reason or writi g *asny ojinii-w,
tank a.,ount-, toward the support of "h'tlige, his Mind a 31 o"i the government whoe protection the. thi law was ucon.ntitttioInal. The
enjoy, and which they so often and so -court then stood 5 to 4 that the lawt
merci.essly looted during Mr. Cleve- wa1% unconstitutional. Is this not
land's last administration. Let us enough to fill the people with alarm i
examine the history of this decision, and distrust of our "highest judicial 1
the criticism of which by the Chicago risunaal ?'
convention I: s so aroused the wrath J.-hn Randolph Tucker. in his able
-f those who wisli to enjoy the pro- and exhaustive work on 'The consti-
tection of the government, and con- trtion of the l'nited States," says of
:ribute nothing to its support, and of t!:is decision: "The argument wa-
the representatives of this patriotic elahlorate, as well oin the. originiil hlitr- ,
;2ass. inu as on the rehe:i ing, and the it
I'nder thec constitutionn of the I'ni- court, by a hare rn;jority for li-e tir-t I
:,'I Sttat' s llthere 'e two cl', a-es of time, and after a *ntury of :allve'rse A
!..xes-direct and iudireet. Tl lie on- ,lecisioti, held that the tax on ill'-oml.-
-titutio -i:all be levied in proportion to the tionln) -nt: aii f l it r. w r i- !i.-ra to to
n*;o-<* 'ar enumeration," and tlhai in- the el';e.t that taxes on personal prop- p
ti rect taxes shall be "uniform." In erty of all kinds were. within '!he tin
-914 ,,ltgress passed a:i act imposing "direct taxes." This levisi,,on y hy (
a tax on incomes. The question was bare majority of the court, a:tainst (
ais-dv whether sucli a tax wasadirect strong dissent, and a large iiuI;lel of
:\x to ie laid in "proportion to the precedents, left the iquestion.m unsitt 'il
e:isu' or enumeration," in which and undecided." I,
tventt the law in question would be Do "faouIstitutional, as it was not so declaration, which so aroused the p i- t1
iaiid, or whether it was an Indirect tiiotic < ?; ire of Mr. (Clevelandl, go a
:-tx, to lie "uniform," in which event further? The platformt declaration a
:'.e law would be constitutional, as is: "We declare that it is the duty of
the constitutional mandate of uni- congress to use all of the constitution- i(
'.riiity had been oleyed. The case al power which remains after this a,
vent before the supreme court, but it decision, or which may come from its gs
w:s not a new question before that reversal bIy the a...'rt, as it may here- a
:.iunal. The l-ading as well as thle after bIe vol-ti:!:td"--a plain, dis- v
;r-t case of this kind was the case of tiuct declaration :.' abide by the de- l
ibtron vs. the I'nited States, decided vision of thi, court until it is reversed, u
::i 17.. Congress had imposed a tax ('all a:3oone wlo, s not possessed with is
;:i .1 pleasure carriages. The ,qu S- the demon ,;f a 'lice and selfishness u
n then arose whether thi tax was see any more istrust in and disre- b
-. ;ir,-t or indirect tax. The court spect f.i tih decisions of our "highest p]
wan then eompose.d of tlie chief jus. judicial tiiliunal," in the suggestion d,
:ce and four aso'c:ate iutie-s, all of that this decision, by a majority ot I
whn,,i had I een nieml;ers of eith r one, in dtfiance of a century of prece- s
ai- federal -covllti.on, which l,.t dent, milht in the future be reversed, p,
.: -i tle co:).,it utiui, or of their than thtre was in the taking of this p1
: .5e-itive state ,lVconventiions, which case to the supreme court and asking ,t
nt. ratified and :top :!,'i, .an. sonu, of them lihad Ibeen tury Ibe reversed? The only differ-
:. e;lwmbers of I.o:h con,,ventions, ence that will strike a healthy mind sh
On. of tl ,. ,nsl for the suited is this, that Mr. Cleveland evidently t
.IhntiltA, I .t, secrttary of the tress- it is in 'l.e interest of the idle holders L
iry, and w no had been a distin- of idle capital, and the other must be o
guished meKber of the federal c,-o- wrong because it is in the interest of

veiui... wh:--:. framed the cois!iti- the great mases who make the wealth
:iou, as well as a member of ti- New and pay the taxes. When the judges di
York convention which ratified and of iugland in the Exchequer Cham- ce
-alopted the c< nstitutisn. ber, no ks- obsequious to the crown te
Each judge wrote a separate opin-. tan is Mr. Cleveland to the money I
o., except "Ellsworth, chief justice, power, by the smallest possible ma fo
.who had leen sworn into offieP that jority, (the judges standing 7 to 51 de- us
tornint, iand not having heard the cided that the- levy of ship money sh
hole case, d. lined to take part in by Charles I wa- l gal, Mr. Cleveland el
he .*isi-on. All the judges were would ave hlad ,}t- English patriots du
mainmaou.,. The tax was not a direct acquiesce in thi, -.*.iion, because
::-x. The o.-ly direct tax, under tlie wotl!l tea i trust of the ad
.'onstitution, i- a capitation or poll ieisi.ions of the i. J !i,.:;i t!ii;unlals of is
:ax, anad a tax ont land. This case wa Elai. rlian-",l(. ,,., w :l.l have of
'ilo. wed lyv fur others, viz: Pacific alii-li.e,, a:..i th--. kln,- a*ls.- afO
ln-tiran.C. (., v.. Soule, Veazie Bank iate. lBut ipatriotiru in Entlaind, as
vs. F.nt-n, .-.Ioley vs. Row, anid here, took a dilffirent view. H. li., t
.-prin~gr vs. the I'nited States. The den really reI,-isted the proa.-s,. ,f tint 1,
a-t |*f th,.e cas-es was decided in court. The deci.ioni w;:s fxeeratled i
SoQ, and .Jjdge Swayne, delivering tiblcugliout :ngland byv a:l who dlil n
:he unanllioultls o;inuion of the court, uot occupy the swine rt Iation to the il
after reviewing. all the preceding crown that Mr. < levl1and does tO, ithe
'cases, in which the principle laid motey power. Hit ry assign. L
lown in the Hylto: ease by the di.- Hampden a place preced intg that ,, pr
tinguished gentilt >mai> who lihd taken all Englishmen f-r patriotism, ai, st
a leading part in'framiug and adopt- able, fearless advocacy (f Elglisl, Th
ing the con-.titution of the lInited liberty. History is full of intarn..,..- '
States, was adhered to. quotes Story, in which love of liberty, patrioisn t,
Kent, ('Cooley, 'onr,.'y, It'wle alid and honesty teach us that f;.ilire tto
Sarzeant in ilpport of the doetrinie criticise public servants, whietl,.r ex-
:at the only dirt tax known to the ecutive, legislative for judicial, fiot ,
.lnsti'ution i- tax t on lalnI and a superstitiou- rt veretlce. eowairll, i. ....

of the people In a sordid despotism of
wealth." Justioe Brown a"lo says in
this dissenting opinion : "As I cannot
escape the conviction that the decis-
ion of the court in this great case is
fraught with immeasurable danger tu
the future of the country, and that it
approaches the proportion of a na-
ltiinal calamnity, I feel it my duty to
enter unVy proit'st 1P."

t -,t0 1 h i- pc 1 .
Dpree court? If Mr. ('v-levelan m ;o :
ot meathat thi-- ':<1 r jii-tivr ,f th .- *p r" r''' .,u 't
it tach t he p people toistrust the- .
decisions f our highest judicial tr i,-

bunal," why wlf un.ltf he on de toi-:four
of fur out of theine supreme cs of the righ
preme court? If ler. velandeveaand dod, if
not mean that tnese dissenting opin-
ions teach the people "to distrust the
decisions of our highest judicial tri-
bunal," why will he concede to four
justices of the supreme court the right
of criticism which be denies to the
"rank and tile," to whom he ,ays lhe
1- so anxious to give a ch ne?
Mr. Cleveland can find, if lhe i, anx-
ious to find it, the .--&use of democratic
defeat in 1S9$ and 1900 in the di-,tru:-t
antld llun attlachin to the deloac-

racy by reason of his a .j.-t surrenol-er
of the rY'-trnment to tlhe great iv.r-
p ,rtte and money po'\el fro: IS,);' to
lIs'7. His "1,endinlg the pregn:lait
hinigc of the kmice--tha, thri!t uiiight
follow fawning."
Bly 1,06 Mr. ha-I pra,.ti-
tcally wrc-ked thle pat. t Leaading
democrats wwho had fought dlemocra'ic
battles when Mr. Cleveland was one of
the sheriffs in the state of New York
were in despair. The great democratic
masses were filled with alarm and dis-
trust of their party; bui when the
convention convened at C(hicago in
1S96 the "rank and file" took charge.
Cleveland and Clevelandisa, were re-
pudiated. A democrati'- platform was
adopted. A great, pure an.I patriotic
leinme-rat wa- nominated for the ,res-

i'leticy. The
iurl hIt 1 atadl
thnotgh t' of,-:11
trii-t (r-a"tTed

aily Such ill
i~t NIf H)() or-
PI( velaid d lidl

l>arty was ru,-nova'edl and
it wtlit forth to hb:ttI]e
I hope and strength, -alnd
ted be-ans-. o(f the- di:-
by the then soa i.. 1
a namne-Hiryan pile,'d
votes in defeat thi ll
in victory in 1^92. Mr.

'levelanlldsis, in writing of thie .catni-
taigin of 190h1: "Ag-tin it was deotain-I
rated, hut Ilore clearly thali ever-
'efore, that thee only forces that catl
in dheiot-ratic' sucet-s are adherence:
oi rtcov'uize I delmeraltic rincip'rs
und reliance upon democratic couicwil-
ud leadership.'"
Mr. Cleveland fails to give us his
dea of democratic principles, but his
administration leaves no doubt in any
ane mind as to what principles :?,
nd policies he would like to have lire-
ail, and his egotism and sellishness
eaves no doubt but that he is laboring
under the delusion that his leader-hip
Sthe only leadership that can save
s ? ". The democracy prefers defeat,
battling for true, honest democratic
rihcitles under the leadership of a
emncra!, to success under the leader-
tip of Grover C!eveland. In the one
Ase we maintain the purity of our
arty and the integrity of our party's
riuciples, even in defeat. In the
her case we forfeit both, even in
Again, Mr. Cleveland says: "Why
should we not return to these and in
eir name again achieve victories no
e glorious and renowned than were
irs in the days of courageous advo-
Sey of our time ?"
Never mind the time honored tra-
tion, the unwritten portion of our
institution, which prohibits a third
rm. It is I, Grover Cleveland.
have never had, nor have I aow, any
olish scruples about vio eating the
written constitution. j hy, then,
would I or you have nty illyy rever-
ice for a mere tradition ? DI)id not I
'amp outside of the institutionn)'
ring the entire four years of my last '
administration ?. A co-,i--ihnice which t
hardy enot ii o ,ispurn the restraints
the wri 'en <( wititution need not
[ect an, r.-; 1 ,:-.- f1'i" refusing to ta I
Plt a :. ,-! I l: ing swalloweidl
a i" i- lut tlIe folly of the
ia .- ti -t:;' !l at thii. r unat. Noln-
attc" i;a'- '"I lay lel "tforni. I ("ret
tlhini, 1,,; Ip'a'l',,ri pilhdgt,. Tlim
i'e v i*Vt'r, thlit- i- l-oriora-' jatle ,
i: ir+il iii\ tomii ti:,'io ili w i |h ililt.
tie- .. i k: a H l tiile" ii tka- lih -
atf,,m .. :.- -tit ihe,-,ive-s. \Vall
eet? kii,' iw thit I a;ill t ale truii.-tetl.
i- 'emoiI,-r.tii- tr-a-airy, which is
ipy whi! y-,u are- l li-..- ly ltiling
1 'i ii ll*-1. will ovei It h A ithli on,-

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bout the lplatforut pledges. The,
knew that they had their man. Theli
preferred himn to President Harri- atn
because they kdew he would bh-
more pliant tool in their hands, u114
of course' they voted for him. Th
"rank and file" were fooled. Th
classes began a carnival of treasury
raiding, which lasted for four years.
The "paramount issue" in the cuen
paign of 1892 was tariff reform. Mr
Cleveland went into office on tlie 4tl
day of March, 1893, with a democrat
ic senate and a democratic house
Congress was convened in extraordi
nary session, not to revise the tariff
but to repeal the "Shermnan purchase
ing clause." The "endless chain'
system was inaugurated. The tress
ury was rol,bbed of millions. A panic,
the most stupendous in our vonntry*'
history, was percipitatedl, and ever.v
business, except treasury looting, lanl.
tu ished.
Such great and good denmo -rats :-'
Seitors .lon-s, Harris, T i, ir-t
and many others turned from t;he
president when he abandoned the
platftrntm upon which lhe was elected
and the path of all honest, faithful
public servant. Cannot Mr. Cleve-
land see that it was he who dissipated
the Ihope of a "long continuance otf
our party's supremacy?" He says:
"(iv> the rank and tile" a chance."
If thle "rank antli tile" did lnat have a
chance in 1896 and 1A)00 they never
will have. The "rank and file" made
the platform of 1896 and iJ1)o and
named the candidate for president
and vice-president. Of all men inu
this great Union Mr. Cleveland is the
last to assume to advise the denioc-
racy. Of all men he will be listened
to with less patience and respect Iv,
honest, earnest democrats. leave e
land, Carlisle, Whitney, et iH omne
genus, must understand that whlt.n
tlie great purified democracy repuli -
ated and condemnned tl--mn iln 1,;
that t was not for four \ei:rs n,,r fir
eight yvais, but for all t.ote.
I w~ill conclule by sying wi'lt \ i.
Lieveland "give the rank anid li. a
halan'e," not a chaunee to I) opprt--.
or lpundered lhy thos, w'vose retai; il
ti-enIt Cleveland is. lint give th
6uacl a cha'iwe as they had at Chicago,
n I.6 and at Kansas City iln iif, to
Participate in formulating their par-
y's vreoed axind to nominate their call-
lidlates. (;i .e them a chance to pro-
ect th.-ir life. liberty and ilroperty in
heir s ,io.-ornoulenl.
JoHN S. B.I:.I>.
Pneumonia Can be Prevented.
This disease always results from a
old or an attack of the grip and may
e prevented by the timely use of
'bambnerlain's Cough Remedy. That
>'as extensively used during th- epi-
emics of LaGrippe of the past few
ears, andl not a single case has ever
een reported that did not recover or
iat resulted in pneumonia, which
lows it to be a certain preventitive
f that dangerous disease. C('hamber-
Lin's Cough R, natdy has gained a
orld wide reputation for its cures of
)lds and grip. For sa-le by Anti .Mo-
ol'oly Drug Store. na


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tributions from those who will hope
for a return of the halcyon days of
treasury raiding that prevailed from
1893 to 1S97, Democracy' ?) will be
triumphant! All of the corruption-
ists who were arrayed against Bryan
from 1I; to 1900 will recoguiz that all
differences between the democratic
anud reptulhl'-an parties have been har-
mon,,izeld by my nomination, and will
I1 w,-! to any standard. I would not be
-n-prised if iny election won!d be
Lii ,'i' 'lo's.
('levelanld again says: "The
- a t..~s of true demiocr:cey in IS9"' was
-,*I ci+ivc and overwhelming, ard its
:;: t upon our opponents. was so de-
res-ing tliat a long continuance of
our party's supremacy ywas generally
a iti iipated."
The victory in 1892 was decisive and
overwhelming. The "rank and file"
looked at the platform of 189. and it
seemed all that could be desired, and
they never doubted but that their
st-;naird hearers would, if elected, ad-
minili.ster lhe government i'j accord
with the platform pledges, and they
voted for Mr. Cle-velanl. On the oth-
ir land, the hiarplies and money
I.-arks of \Wall Street c-ared nothing
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You have used al

sorts of cough reme-

dies but it does not

yield; it is too deep

seated. It may wear

itself out in time, but

it is more liable to

produce la grippe,

pneumonia or a seri

ous throat affection.

You need something

that will give you

strength and build

up the body.


will do this when wyMg
else ails. There is no diM
about it. It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up and
makes the body strong and
healthy, not only to thmw
off this hard coukgh, b I
fortify the system against
further attacks. If you aW
run down or emaciated g

I should certainly take i
Snourishing food cimne -
v t !I- > 3 4
S COTT I'DW F.t *-v... N*w York.


And Domestic

Cotton Seed
I :'in i,,w pro ,ir.d i o furnih t he
f:r; :'- of ..;.. i ,rl w~t'h the very
l*, -t i-r .., ~. -,i.- i"* i ported
It', .1 I i .* a"'t'ma -a-ll ay
|I'l'a ti:' A.l- .\1 :1 !' /. r- a
1 ; t- v ''A -

' a1 '-, u 'J tl. tJ i e 1t. (e:la. Fla


Tha~t can1w lie .o14niEde

w;,I Jt o)ne, tiatit Is r.ira bloahl tilue-
1l1t.6itt that will give sateo
faction imi 'vaery Ii;.u-tit-u1.r. We
have tin. afu L-.tortmi-nt o f wacb-
e%'- r of.t lit b .',t iuak.--..ariol CO3

suit yaalt ini prit- andi quality.



eight Alarm.

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Oragoe Sprieas eorima
The Normal and C(ommerc.ia| li
tute at this place will opln if- ,oe
session on Monday, Marlh I, ito s .
tinue twelve weeks.-, closing MMay I
In addition to the r,;:r norml
work leading to all gr:-ts,- of q
teachers' eertifl'a*.-, w'iI!.nt wll
have best s.rvle., in lth- o-immeiret
branches. HD;ard: .t low*-' rn:'e wo i
nice fa ilif e (',>n>- ir.'t r.< rate at
the famoln -J#ri..i \ihil- '*.klg ad.
vantag:e of iih. i.,orml. Fo'r full per.
tiecul-tr- :dit ,*--- .I. IIf. li:.--J,,
I-*-'-1- mI *Pr r.ioipl.


so forar b" mU of Gauna"

A Meeting of thie county comnmis-
sii01wr' of Florida anid the (hood
&lamdr s-t. 41..i f he ittesic~ll be
belid11tlt-I4i- IY i-of d.%,fVill," onf
Tu.t.tin%. t''*is.I,#. h iy of Eelrwaarv, at
140 At. in., Il.or Wae f ellowiug Imurulsit s
To pr'- i's corgaia~zation toy the
ad'.:. aou -of a c(,oufiituliou atmid toy-
lawta; rvteive laww wueoIlers (-:,mug
te4*11!ltit '.to' hlmer(4sf(r..- aftliat-41 'A itli
it j tin ''.t~i& #i *an~d Itoieet-i e a
tyj'v 14 17, .a ri-port. from the dtl. giitv-
from 4-adaeta'austy, giving tile number
cof nilses ill length, feirt in width.
inioet- 4f ltel4th, or M.Len*Adatiliz-41
wwoads tha. I'.tve Ibee built. together
with a (lt*(.j14.ion of the grade e4taI,-
lih't. 11,.the eliraeter of tOw. wateriad
uwcd, tith' kind (f itu lihii ryv u.m.i,
the kiud cof latleor enti i.% d4, vo-t lter
day fqor aiz", solid bkow cmavj"iet IN~ r
4omlona.r- with free Iaie-,r. :.,41 eo-t
ioernmile in t-ebiis-tructjion: M.I-iAuiaaia-
YAd r( oxI -.
Aoic buul V e4)tnniisN.4ww.r-z, iiith--ir
(tftl'ial! Mets* ctime i --'~i w li 'le
fentiv" lisliad discover the nevets-
,..uty (SC f*tii jotitil laws4 for Ili'~ joul-ei.
944.A.'ls it*- vaflitous .1. gatet;, after vmsi-
Ierrlic: ,-. Oltis eir rl&. eboarird8W('

reje~r 2-ed *h'... I*w,~ at? ti. f y 14A.'-

-Alt'. ii;*i' t' oI(ftiatidesaueid I iot'of

Ou-ali'l.t;i -dii :111titatile Ltion .of
tach -1!-Ii .,:t,..) 4131,ete1 1;&X i RSSI.1 O

.msT- tI'.:-. llhuzttly ly ierftsrnkthemir du-
riet-. :ia'1 *-' r-fledto t'ueit litii-
it.-a- IIt~yitt 1a.'rly .-onte 1-ftort. (ti-

va.: 141- Irlhrid- of county comii-
1t11-iortoA*'rof time state are cartles'tly
rt11u*eS 4- .41 c +t.lA at least oiw ((if theiri
ImtU1e6i Va4- a delegate u.4 imalterst ill
gt134'r~lt~l will ltiv(*011.iduredt4will.
ttO W(S1iIC eiteut. apply toall tilt e oU!1
tie-. e~ei'I tile matter of fortnua-
lat ria'! a 1-ill tto be eniacted inlto law,
gr-44 ''irthe 41dli- r.*mt qualities of
1114111 11141 k .4s141 ple iuelatt- tof tile Ante,
.10141 tf x ita a utmfierm id-val'e 111SkitIeach
L~-, toix"I thrtomsiia~iatbt tIbe s.tate.

Iur..A~ 45t-41ir ,..igat ti Ot orfirst
I '1461.4 1tit (1, MtU'.Nareli
'. .. t. n's.ri zi i.r ge4

I ii I 'ii *2?r 14Ito 44 gN 4
~ ~ 'ft ..-I:e~ee ~ 1,, .-us t(I

.'1 If A !,- 01 4, fa t ilt

k~t'4Itie t4.tiw*14 IltI- 211341

A I= q. 1 4. I- 61P

*~~~~~~~ I *.,tmu:i 'etl'i.It
.- .it r hai~aniVfr. ii'tlmowzii!
a i "i el'a. Isft Orolit-iet'4elthIs,

4 t.&e 4it, ,,till Alhe gre4w rapidly
unti ON i t jl, ciiame to her relief.
i.,; %%e i a-ttet'id"iI ley a large
4 ''a-.*If flit h mil ad tla-retnailis
".r. I., 2 t.. -'t iiithe Atit 1imy ve(Cfl
.ra :.-. ". N- ti-truik. 4.of the Ail-

itle *.- d 111t4.-
N.Ir-. w rt~ as te'hu 'datoghlt r
Nk "a, \l Mr- J.-hati Lll'tinani :id

4: .-L .1. :,I-h. lugh lnw :& tem-

h A -*'i'm l..T41'e ilmj- tijeela
,. A, !ievrz. fa''m elf a.% ioi-i
a a i~*I.'.whilk tw
1 1. t.1 th-It 6 1141 qOf

L* tn- eI tht*Ie lrtavile
*- arl .* it *?. lott.e avl li

To Cure a Cold in One Day

4,~~~~~ e.a. t~z1-tfutiel tile 4in v

with Christ, which is far better than I E L. ROQQ
any dwelling place on earth. Painful, [ L.GO

because we ,O stronglyy di-sired himn to
remain amongst us to cheer and aid
us in the surk of thechuirch he loved;
@o anxious for him to be spared to his
dear dependent home; but we say, in
the language of his mother: "I know
it is the dear Master's will, fer I have
prayed so earnestly. The righteous is
taken away from the evil to come.
He shall enter into peace."
Brother Bellamy was a faithful
steward and efficient trustee in our
church. It was my pla,-sure to nurse
him during the laws' days of his illness
and a more Iaifetint sufferer I never
saw If,- ie 41 s peacefully aud as
quietly as a child falls to slee{i.
"God can make a dying bed
As soft as downy pillows are.
And he who in the Lord confidt-
'hall >:rath; his life tut '.wtc.y tLi t
\V. W .. l't:.I AMY.
You Know What You Are Taking
\Vht-n you take Grove T'':,less
C('ill T1'ic, because the formula is
plainil3 pri inug tihit i! l" a.iitply lien aidi <>u:-
finte in i t .t-t It,s- form. Nto curf-, ino
pay. v.

V r Ot'tet -Vtxa


()i2 A LA.

c co-i,. -I-F- 1 Kt, ,K.
ROOM 4. MaI-onic Te lilaliaug. OCnl.u !.' r


Rooms i and 3. Hood Block Oc;aa. Fla

office iin(Caryv-Amiew,

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A rr I"a IN EY-.%T. [,.% W.
0'. %I.A -- ? k '

I'Al -I *iqIAN ANI1) VH I-.l>)N,

Oc i.1-.,

Commission Broker.

Mamutlacturer. Merchant and
Shippers Agent.

Have ready sale for all Florida Pro-
ductions. Special demand at present
for new Florida Syrup, Clay Peas and
Florida Peanuts.

Quotations on Request.
Correspondence Solicited.


Rk'fere icts-lExchange Na.tiuon.l Bank, any
ra::road agent or wholesale merchant in the

li0o. S. Hacker Son.


P *. s % tl ~c~immBINDS

k OW 4D11 cncy Glitss A .p~i

Purchase (,ur make, which w-
-,uarante-e superior to any gold
t6outh ave
and w are rt)OLaI lriKj11116 4~ :.a.

1. A I 'I'*TGN, I


140.04H1P 'ris of well timberedI
piie, yp~ress anddposjeliatte laud, fit
Ah~ri4 te .ld4'il, Lafsavette lAInd (Cit-
v 11 ('4t,! 1-.A lt'is.ivai'ttterms made
0''it ielrchia-w4r. A q H, 'ss

~\II)O~ f~t4 Study atHomei
:T ti .T:0A1t Itome Stud IA a I 0.sfllz
%ly. C' uuuau nand i'h lxrc Thor-4
::::3 ZA., U- A irr-, 1. 1. NIMES, Pa Iatka,Fia.1

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F Ier.y's -4t dos. I f y.ou
1 uv Ia. ~A4*aaa'-,I acant
Ix I. 1i v lak' tit) .-!tanc-a s-
qot l'k !trv4 tL&IcN ever-1'7
lit re seil them. WIrite
,.r It'bl .'etd Annual-
mailed free.

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a..l 2 i'aWP. aI\i;\rMA f 11 Ft~.R-
aau~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~a lo a'1.a 'a i''~stae..'.aI I

-I 0I o X Is .-


WBudded on Sour or Sweet Orange, Rough LIemo or the Hardy Citrn Trifolata Stock.
Fine Trees-- FREIGHT PREPAID-- Low Prices.
Oranpm Gfape PMta, Ksemquas etc., budded upi Chrmn Tritoata bearing in the
A"lptMe wedof uarey 8ack, especially adap ed for lorida sad the lower South.

'TIE PSNIA 1URSERIES, MaCtleu, Milml a Jakmvill. Fla.

he plant System


t I
T1I ,e

Vi all rI

Via all rail


T'le EI

Via S.S.


The Atlantic Coast Line. via Charleston, Rich-
anond arl Washington.

1 he Southern Railway, via Savannah, Colum-
bia and Washington.

The Southern Railway, via Jesup, Atlanta
and Chattanooga.
Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery.
Southern R'y, via Say. Columbia & Ashville
Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery.

Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company
for New York, Philadelpia and Boston.

Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Tians-

iportation Compainy for Bait'more.

Vi a 1'oi Tvi a to
'I I Ie IN. -, :.

( f )IIIlon Ii Va.

V 'aj13 UP hf- 0.. (AI-3-:t''aA' 1 j-011i4-.1U-41PlAnlt .'4t'anma-hip ILin-~.

w .u~ FU~.g i'' on-a', ttreaaaaia.,it11 4.ti tN. Itb Ile Va-tr
a.t 17 ;. 7" 1!4111'ta sa' tuts to all 1'lcA.jaL. Rti-rtjk
vi: ili Vl'la t ''iat, hiaa t.4', I'''. (41 4' a'' ralurn ait, a i, wt
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h at1 V.' .. '.:' .'l!i. a~rI stirg antilt 1
l'' te~."t':i ', .- eI a I vs. 1 v;, I- rest'rval !mis, etrv., call On ier rite to

17. ~ Gen~" -sut
Sayznnah, Ga.


Fwz :1 3 3 .4.1k" t IN'! 1 1 V. ~
V !11" V 1''' 3 A I I!a 1- '. 1 1 Nll ',I'
\1, ~ ~ ~ ~ 1..WR k t,~ a'' 1 aa.rh
lu .a T'~ .IAN 4 NN.'1 l -Ia ll',taav
alah m I aoi at, : 2' 'a tvIlta Ic .
til. Icjv.I \). k 'I ("A 1 '! ~ h~

ant I.1.1N 4 c W'1tv. PI mAl'- auuI.,htw-inatthe
Iii'' 14 1 1 "' u-in )' a ill.- :'alusla- )*( k 1). il.. d
1j, and'! ,t l 411,:a 'a .'a 'aa*# a a, I ) I fo
nwrt sla:aa d ptat i vut : tt 4)2 wit a art hic-n ati-'the
lia.5lt' i,f thet .c ,%%ata d ctlan12'X. T k p an.. a-m

7ur -v er'C thel ton a, a .24 faCt l rta!t'i.CCg 0thaa''
75 tetA. Anld thecia-' ea-' 2.,4 ft-et to itf la-'
guminzia:u. ,ll in Mario o nizialatv. 1-. ida .ra or a
auauch tiat.ra-Ufat- flakylitant a ef-,..,ta2 toalitu v Satial
fina 11 altkt a. e nad cf .-t- ('f etit.

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M-paa'. tat-r it] Chaaacerv
Car~cLea SA-ialiak.


t-1, (e, FRt-Ie'.NEI C I r I Z F A ND1
torv...mi.ll ton

P70'-'. rut I()tilt: ar'I* fPkll~jh ntat.I a
1p.titaolt aa'k iilg th t "ital !. t ''t a..C-111 etaCan(r i'a
ittr thi patrpo)-v A''I it tit tg ; 't -pClal ti Lx aCloulA
elitzi~tct to bhr kn. awata- th,' P~n: tatlav,1i ;-'e.iai!~ I Di-' a.t:at ith 1 -aad~a t-ti e 1a 2ft.I m. a-.
gtl.' l 1, ,a~a tig t hatiitlt 'At cW~a (rn .) t -c-Ca M
a' ~ ~ ~ ; t,'~.a":ta .ia'2 raauiaiaa.11 ::4 %% t l to tht
1.1t : i~-21 ttlavn.a. -otatll t.. Lt'' .(?-,a'rtham-. O tt'
C t'a n -. At61' at-a Ta17. 17,11`1--t-2; tilt ace at'' -*
t,) the aaurt]n a t c,-t*-r o' a c kIA l'tat' La awfl-laita
a-. ran..zc I ,!. twiteatec- -.otat h -.Il.Wat uacoxa.ahce.
iliar thenco,u'.' aatla--!-I, 1Lat "I t- \ 'V, : u:akoo liet
71,it r ta t Ilat. -au utr .ud '1,ia .t't :a
11iitus 'v kaa-t :1atg tthe I '. at a'- I Mari ,I
t~aai.a~aa: lii~c 2. ~aac aa.- ala
a .-t a' la:-at A l Pi a.?ja.i-a

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..W. W~EE'NI, Pars. Traffic Igr.
savanuab, Ga.

Tax Assessor's Notice.
I wi ll L~e -it thle followin.0? plave; ou
11,. d ay andtdate Stated lbelow, to rc-
evci iert lurns of redel tlitper-onal
lropt~-rty. mas the I-t wreejuire-4:

Rat .: 1k1-"*,- kV.A;.kaiV
F; iifa : 1.;t v in.
rut taut.:!' lb '-atun!av. ta
Nceaatr. .-..4.aut-,.y r
M a)-,% 10a ii- V.' 2 p' iiP !1
C tntl:e:T. F laa.'(I. 22'.

lamiak o, Tl'.~eav 2, ~a. n 'i.
(0CM.'O fr..aan *0 %)o f March.
ALvRF~r Ai-.R,
Tax As'.. -4 .r. ll.irion iCounty, Vi:a.


ed t(o me tax certificate N 17 ,2 .-:** :
(ctol;er ard,. s covering the fIaA V.,.' : .: i.:
Marion county. Florida. to-wi' N,'.-:" .- .*
quarterr of northwest quart,'r. -ecti,)n :: t' wr-
.hi p at. south., range 24, ea-t. aul i;>oi i U. i : c.;-
tificate ha.' demanded from me a; taxr di.-i
Th-rt tort. after the ex.i-atio ,.'f th!riv n'v-
from the late of thi-t notice, u n i.', r:e at...a: 1. :*
i. my intention to i~ic a t.:x i!:e t i t a:.:
D.,te'l F.'lruary ;. : ,':.
S5t.,: 'T. SIITR 'N:.
2 irk Circuit Cour:.


SI.I. CRkl:DITORS. .l'- .A'i'AF1:-.-. ITI'RI:-
A utctc I an'l al! p. rso'. '.: 'vnlg < .:.Ia ," I--
niandl against thle e.-,tate af Dr. S. I' tt- i..1;a .-
ton, d(itcea-ed, are notice., to re-e-tit th- :,' t:
thie ander-igncd within tne- yvtar :at t--r t.: fir-'
p;iU .l:ca!.oan ,f this' notice. Thi- Iw, I'.-" i- a.'v.n
in puii-t.uaniLe of law >iiil: r a.uth>,'it, of I ;-
t-ta-'mentarv granted bty the County Jul'g,'
Mna:i n c untv. Florida.
a:': Administratrix



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.K inean'-
.--- -
-P in to -1
Anie Old Reliable
C- Anle -_
SA T Hams and

Oil GR CZEBacon -

Now is the time to buy C(alifornia Fruits. -
If you want so1nr thini time we would call
Sour att11itsiall to our brand of

w- "Robin Hoo Tle fruit in these cans ,is

guaranteed to 1)e tle choicest. Nice, firm

fruit, and heavily syrul)ed. This assort-

dpi iieiit consists 0!

I Yellow Crawford Peaches, Black Cherries, White Cherries,

Lemon Cling Peaches, Bartlett Pears, Apricots, Etc.
A. If your family is small and you want 1-lb. cans of the above good( woe have t1in in ti. same variety. These goods
__ -- iare all'guaranteed as to quality." You run no risk in buying. We prote ; yu.

SOlives Jams Cereals
iThle Elit-e Jams in 1-lb glass jars are a;s
)-iur s:,,,k of lisi- ex.ellnt i i is comt- good as hlumne-imade: besides, there is the A ,mong our extensive st.,-k ,,f c.r,.al good.i,
iplt,.. ailil ,ri,'ese rangeirI, l,. ,its to 1. l <' present bIrand or Keiller s Imported Jams: ,, wl ,r -ir N4 ,, '-
lo_} r bot.l,1. L .a e y(^i. n O)liv.>. W e also and last. Ibut not least, hleinz's Pure Jn s. y ill find .n ir ,l I., Bar
j^ ~have ,iv .-s .,t"iilld with ('alifornia Sweet These goods I;-ve proven that they are flir-st I '.. Slirethl', \V i*h \\!- ,,-' ii- .;i:-. (*;:' 2l"
l','iper-. antil thely'r'e tin', too. grade, and tl.hat it pays to buy them. Nut-. and Polstumi. _

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'Evaporated Fruit Pickles "Relishes Heavy Groceries
VWe handle the best. and prices are reason- In' this line our stock consists o' India For all kinds of heavy groceries, such as
ble. so no one as an excuse for not bRelish, Tomato Chutney, Evaporat I Horse Hay. ("rain and Feedstuffs. we are head-
4 -aI.le, s,, 11, 0ne las an excuse for notb Radish, Chili Sauce, Celery Sau .,,. Celery. quarters. as our stock is the largest in the
1i i e t,, ,ul s:-,me; besides, as every one Pickled Onion, Chow-Chow Gl- .kins-. Val- city. and consists (of anything v|o may need
400 knows. he, y a',, healthy, nuts, Mustards, Sweet and So r Midlgets. to) eat or plant.

SeeinIg is believing, so avail yourIself of

Sthe 'opportuiuity a(l one to our store

wIere we will slhow aInd Ip1ove to you that

Swe have the assortlmenlt and sell at prices

- that will please you. unember the place.
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