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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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: April 19, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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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 )
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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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THE


OCALA


BANNER.


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


E,.*TABHLISHED l6,


OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL


19, 1901.


DOLLAR A YEAR.


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Self Tfeounrament. In Memoriam.


ra~.*AIRK set 1HRURLVI, HAS
a&K1I~oip, 'AM* I1% THE RABBI-
AGS.' wi,4 THEE coMoN 14 PPLE,
r~oilotr. ii1:4iUl WI LL. SEMAIDE FOR
ruB SICftXERKXT O#THO~IRCAT TUR


&malt bqs4toseam the driew goodsi

Aim MiamI. Kevoisme a*k.gwesof
boer sa4rer, mm P. V. Rlinwmgond.
Um Wintmsaof Um. wasthe
awed 4d in turnsPaenetthis wek
Mr. se'mod imid Mr. Kyle Want-
non.e Citis, womre rgistered in
%be City lhut Mmeday .
Ow Owg gvedsadm ar driving daily.
1 -41wa" imaqeft theat. They ame

Mr. WiIIll Ne was i3 the city Sulu-
.iay and Noaday. Ilse guest of hi-,
qvttwv, SMr. (1aimrs NWg.
Flammat burmative N-lkevt. on tamn
msidmal. 'Nothing kett*-r. Price.
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- ksla is an et tremely peaceful and
juawt i-ity. Then a s rary a %fene of
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*'fmi;mtIt. -f ~u'tllatsi ns, try a
fee d.~'.* ati tnsi*rlam*! :oiw
md Live-.r Tatir-le l*-@..ri I..,& war
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4 o,,.*' Its,-irnits-, i itusportantiatiet 11s


The golf tournament was held last
Friday and Saturday afternoons, and
was very soceeesful.
On Friday afternoon there were
nine entries for the gentleman's han-
dicap. Those contesting were as fol-
lows: Memrs. Edward Hiller, H. A.
Ford, 0. K. Robinson, Hugh Haley,
C. H. Lloyd, L. R Chazal, Z. C.
Chamblis, T. T. Monroe and D. 8.
WUiliama
The firlt prime was won by Mr. Ed-
ward Hiller, who made the links in
S strokes handlicap 29, net score, 39.
Mr. Hugh Haley made it it -- strokes,
handicap, --, net score, 53, winning
the meoond prize,
On Saturday afternoon the following
were the entria for the ladies' handi-
cap: Mimf EAther Weathers, Emily
Ford, Emily Stotesbury, Louise
Gamsby, Minnie Gamaby, Claude
Bond, Mona Hiller, Margaret Eagle-
tono, Hazel Hiller and Ethel Robin-
son.
The first' prize was won by Miss
Loulse Gamsby, scratch, whose score
was 8G. The second prize was award-
ed Misn Emily Stotesbury, scratch,
whotme eore was S8.
These contests will be held once a
month from now on during the sum-
mer. for the encouragement of the
players
The Ocala links are rapidly becom-
ing very popular, and the member-
hipl. of the club gradually Increasing.
Anyone wishing to become a mem-
le-r can consult Mr. David S. Wil-
liati.-, secretary of the club.
The Best Remedy for Rheumatism-
Quick Relief From Pain.


.Al who u-e Chamberlain's Pain
I I.in for rhetunatism are delighted
wit:i the <,uit k r-lief from pain which
it ifT Mlr I). N.- it:k.n. of Troy. Ohioi, says:
."*-4ilue time ago 1 had a severe attack
,of rheumalism in my arm and shoul-
d .-r. I tri,-el num-rous remedies but
agt .to relit-f 'ill I was recommended
b.y Me*.rs. (e~4. F. parsons & Co.,
druggi?., of thi.- place, to try Cham-
I,-rlain's lPain Balm. They reco.m-
mendted it so highly that I bought a
't tittle. I was soon relieved of ail
pain. I have since recommended
thi- liniuent to many of my friends,
whb. agree with me that it is the best
remluedy f,,r muscular rheumatism on
the marl;et For sale by the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Prominent Visitors.


t .i air i. I t .. t 7hi'ala hbs Ihb-n honored with the
.-n... .-of ,quit- a number otf repub-
hl.'-a, ,llic lA during thel wee-k.
e'.- itune Moin J. N. Stripling.
*'i I ,,;.. s .t-- .iti-. r t. attorney f.)r
S,- ; it.-', Io-t t: ", 4ri,,tr ti tri t of I loriida: H ,n.
,. .- ; .- J J.,: F. Hi .>ri, l'a, t.'t St:att-ie r ar-.htl.
I I;. .. *.%t 5 etr -: li-oan. W ult -r (. teb;i-
V -. ^ ,.:s re-t -'er. I .: el States l:.l of-
.... 't, :,. i ra ti "i 'i t- i-, < ain vil:h heiar. -. (jitbi en.e,
Si, t a l r la. t lta partiir tof l n. E R. (.uuly. (ofi
ti i, ai I a ll' n t rTanl'a i) II. l'ea 'ok, deputy I'ni-
a*.f I Id a 1'if $+ iurn stl i. te, t S.tate mardistl. and others.
rWedo not know what, if any, i-i
M-.- Aue- l'ur:ord r-turntsl tit the |ioliti,'al sinuiticance of the visit
krla st Monday to s ouI ult-e her of these distinguished gentlemen.
mi t-o ber umnle. HMo. R A. Bur- Perhape they were here estimating
ed MU lWerford is a charming the value to Ocala of a public build-
:maig lady and her friends are de- ing.
bghte ti, have her Im Oala agan. Of course It goes for the saying that
ees6r 1Te-m loiwder, nicel Ocala will pocket the public building
,fWmavd. I. i- wr tois, at Tydingp at the next Mseion of cougreew.
0'* drM or. WhiteW asn Teured Yellow.
Mr Pt Hubbard. Jr has inagu- Great consternation was felt by the
-d4 a -Ipulasr mp" ememt in Jadf friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lezing-
f*tlv-h-to i giving a half holiday to, Ky., when they saw he was turn-
o ki** or.,. ly- on taturdlay. Hs ex- ing )ellow. His skin slowly changed
emil Will iur.. all ).-.# Itig andh whs4-..ale h)itmjue in terribly. His malady was yellow
46e iSu SiKa-traMl. I jaundl He wast treated by the best
TerLwket- i ti%.- l st Itst melet o,n d.tor%.. hut without benefit. Then he
-'1 4.1 aid guara,teed t v TV.- was advised to try Electri.e Bitters, the
.,.4. 4 I .. w..uderful stomach aud liver remedy,
antl he writ-t-: "After taking two bot-
', i rack 4. I',rkLoe aud Mlr '1" ti-e I wa.- wholly cured." A trial
ooy ~.,..,r m-re- very mu-lh .eawtIl pr,.ve.- it matchlest merit for all stom-
witt. .,. .i., t ,, .e of the a-mIava ,s.h. liver and kidney troubles. Only
i+. .1. ii ,- .utu ty. land <~t~, ""- Sold by .;arrett & G*rig Drugiss.
-- ,., I...(- lti t ttwir vi-it sill r- 6
.46 1 .. ht .- I I, K, Hmetil t. ,' t* I Whist Club Entertaieed.
i-tr. t Friday afternoon the Young;
Hai '. ... s,-' 0i.1pat, .- thr door ladite-" Whist Club held its lirst me-t-
.- r 'fia t,;. i% nat,- .f tlii --rut in in "m0 ue time, having been sus-j
li* I, -..t( ar et- aitttrd. Tlie pei.ilel during Lent. They were en-
*** .. .! I'r: kli .A.h i llter- ter.tinzed in a ilost delightful man-
* ,.r. ,,ast r ,.* th,- <,i.tr" ,ng n. r ,ly .Mit. Claude Bond. Whist was
**' -,,, \i.t aMtre,, ,!t. l)ruK pai ved l a il quite late, when deli-
'.* -I.. ,^.' 4-2"1 ,.i.,u- rfr .-hl n tf wereserv d. The
1 '. "* :a. r' rt..v w ll nlai.lv <.iuI I*qz'. a handsome picture, was
a ,.. M a.m T '*,-. ww ky i Florrie (r4,k, and tile
-A. Ii ,, ,,..- ,. th i.v i a h vt.t .r's pr:4-. a co.y of "The Cardi-
.. .., ,.: ,I <',hl.ara..! as..I nu '- .-utl ll'*x," was captured by
** -, .- .. .. l ,' t I ,.r. M| .- ar 1%iow The club will mt-et
t W .t ... ... ... Mr -. S ,o40 l.


The following resolutions were
passed by the Ocala Lodge No. 19,
Knights of Pythias:
WHEREAS, The Supreme Ruler of
the Universe in His wisdom has
seen best to remove from our midst
our friend and brother, Charles J.
Garrett, and, whereas, we know that
He doeth all things well, therefore be
It
Resolved, That we deeply deplore
the death of our brother and shall
mis him from our presence, but that
we bow with humble submission to
the will of our Supreme Ruler.
Resolved, That we extend our
heartfelt sympathy to the wife and
other loved ones of our departed
brother in this bereavement.
Resolved, That a copy of these res-
olutions be spread on the minutes; a
copy sent to his bereaved family, and
a copy furnished the papers for publi-
cation. E. P. THAGARD,
I. V. STEVENS,
A. L. IZLAR,
Committee.
Overland to Misseuri.
Mr. B. F. Hall, a prominent farmer
of this county, and a subscriber to the
Ocala Banner, has exchanged his
farm between Ocala and Fellowship
for property in Missouri, and he and
hi, three boys left for their new home
overland in a covered wagon this
week.
Mr. Hall expects to make the trip
in about two months. He will save
railway fare--about $12S-will see a
good deal of county, and when he
reaches hi- hew home will have a
good wagon and team with which to
begin operations.
He sent hi"- wife in advance by rail
to get the home in order.
The oest wishes of the Orala Ban-
rer gro with these good people.
Hospital Removed.
The directors of the Marion County
Hotsp;tal have rented the Duffy prop-
erty, just opposite the Finch house,
in the fourth ward, and are having
the same fixed up for the hospital.
Several hundred dollars are being
spent in repairs. The hospital will '
have its own kitchen and dining
room and various other conveniences.
In about three weeks it will be ready '
for occupancy, and the furnishings
will be moved to it from the Baptist -
Witness building, where the hospital t
has been located for several years.
(
The Best Blood Purifier. i
The blood is constantly being puri-
fied iby the lungs, liver and kidneys.
Keep these organs in a healthy coudi-
tion and the bowel- regular and you
will hive no need of a blood purifier.
For this purpose there is nothing
vtitual to (c'lhtuer'-.iin' Stoma ch and
L. ver Talcts. Oune d:setof them will
di. you more good thin a dollar bottle
of the best blood purider. Price 25
v.ents. Samples free at the Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store,. m


Ocala's Contemplated Sugar Mill.
Major Charles h. Campbell, so well
known throughout the state, and who
gave life and impetus to the Oeala
Exposition, now proposes another
grand enterprise for Alarion county in
the establishment of a sugar mill,
with a capital stock of $10,000. With
such spirit and determination to back
it, the enterprise is an assured success.
-Jacksonville Floridian.
A Delightful Damce.
Last Friday night the young gentle-
men of the Nine O'Clock German
Club gave their young lady friends a
most delightful dance in the Ocala
House parlors. There were eight
couples participating and a number
of spectators present. It was the last
dance of the season ani was thor-
oughly delightful in every particular.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Ta.b La ativAe Rromo QOuiainipe Tab-


4
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4
4
4
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4
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COOL


YOUR BLOOD


In All Cases of Itching

Burning and Scaly

Hunmors with


CUTICURA RESOLVENT
Of all the remedies for Femel and cleansing the blood ar.i etrrculating
fluids of itching. burning. scaly humor, none approach, in pvctiec ic.uoc
the wonderful properties of CUL AiURA RESOLVW;T. It neutralize~ an.
resolves away (hence Its name, Resolvent) scrofulous. inherited, and othcr
humors, which float In the blood, and which give rise to swellings ot th"
glands, gains in the bones, and torturing, disfiguring eruptions ot the skin
and scalp, with loss of hair.
CUTICURA RESOLVENT extends Itd cooling, purifying influence by
means of the pores to the surface of the skin, alla.ing Irritation, inflamma-
tion. itching, and burning, and soothing external humors, because of its
power to neutralize HUMOR-GERMS which float in the blood and circulating
lluid.i. It exerts a purifying Influence upon the bowels, liver, and kidneys.
thus removing a common cause of yellow, mothy. greasy skin, and more or
less of pimples. blotches, and blackheads. Many forms of debility, for
which no cause can be discovered, are due to the presence of humors in
t:he Hood. bones, and fluids. CUTICURA RESOLVENT possesses. in the
hlihhe-t degree. humor expellin.gpropwrtes,and at the same time :cts as a
ac-.t: aperient. diuretic, and digestive. It promotes the general health, while
ensuring the expulsion of humors which manifest themselves in the obscure
:inrm.rs of rheumatism. gout. kidney pains, and liver troubles
Mothers are assured of the absolute purity of CUTICURA RESOLVENT
:nd its freedom from any ingredient that Is in the least objectionable In
..ction. taste or odor. It Is therefore readily taken by children of all agH
and conlditions. and should be freely given on the nrst appearance of humors.
whether simple. scrofulous, or hereditary. It is also a mother's remedy.
regulating and strengthening the maternal functions, while purifying the
.<:.-tem of ulcerative weaknesses and humons.
It is economy to take It on every occasion possible. while usina warm.
!,'h.; of CT'TICi'RA SOAP to cleanse the akin of crusts and scales an..
-rt. n tho thickened cuticle, and gentle applications of CITICITRA Ointment
.*, llayv itching. inflammation, and irritation. and soothe and heal externally.
as the readiest means of insuring speedy, permanent, and economical cures.
::. ar,*li7inz that greatest of human blessings, "a skin without blemish and
i bh,-y nourished with pure blood."
'aoim:iIte External and Internal Treatment for Every Hamor, $1.25,
i (r rTT'1T SOA P fSO)P to cleans' the 'kin 4f wrists an.l sales and
n1-kmen und s,'fl; orT'TrR, A O rNTM.N ndT .'Mr.) ro in tOintivy allay ttch-
It r irrtion and soothe and heal. and CUTIT'RA RESOLVENT (5W.I. to cool
0e.t ... -s."' the blood. Sold throughout the worlt.


SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

At RHEINAUER'S DRY GOODS HOUSE!


Rheinauer & Co.: announce a noteworthy opening of Drews Goods for
Early Spring. A number of Bargains are offered. Also the first showing of
new Silk Striped Ponzinett and Fil de Soie. High class novelties in Foreign
Zephyrs at an attractive price. An important sale of Novelties in White
Goods, Pique, Dimities, Lawn plait and striped. Organdies in all leading
'hades for evening wear. A showing of new Embroideries, Laces and Ladies'
Belts at attractive prices. A special sale of Dress Skirts and balance of Wool
Dress Goods. Extraordinary values in Gents' Negligee Shirts and Ties. The
special feature of the Corset Department is the "W. B.* correct form, in
sizes 1 s to 3:', at $1.(. A number of specials in Wash Silks for Ladies' Walats,
and new weaves of Black Silks for Skirts. Bargains In Smyrna Rags, Mat-
tinus, Lace Curtains, Shades and ready made Sheets and Pillow Cases. Extra
value in Shoes for Men, as the well known makes of Banister, Foot Glove and
Grosett; the Regina and Queen City Shoes for ladies. And an unusual offer-
ng in the Clothing Department.

RHEIMAUER &"CGOPAMY.


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Dr. Van Dyke's. .

HOLL AND BITTER1S
RIGINATED in a country whose climate is malarial and ener-
vatig, but whose inhabitants are healthy and strong. The
wonderful success of the Hollanders in triumphing over the
obstacles of nature, and their record as one of the purest-
blooded and most vigorous, physically and mentally, of all nations'
prove that they understand taking care of themselves The high-
est standard of all their remedies is Dr. VaiDyke's Nellasd litters.
Pleasant, healthful and invigorating. Used with effleacy in eIass
ofDyspepsia, Constipation and all ills due to a Disordered or Soar
Stomach. It strengthens the stomach, tones the nerves and stimu-
lates the appetite ft Mas M Equal as a Seeeral Tealse a4 Braser.
AT McGRATH'S e*.LMSMU" 2"
EX b.


New Lot Mat-
ng just arriv-
d. Fancy
S'Patterns. Good
Quality. Full
./ yard wide.
Prices 18c. 20c,
25c, 30c and 35c
per yard. Call
and see it. Also
Window Shades at 15k., '_, 35, and
up. OCA LA F RN IT E ('O.


lets, All druggists refund the money Board
if it fails to cure. E. WV 4 rove's sig- Having opened a first class board-
nature is on each box. 25e.. 4 iug house one block south of the
Velvet Beans. Methodist church, on S outh Main
street, (The Conmmercial Hous-, I am
Sixty-four lbs. to the -ushel. One now prepared to furnish good board
dollar per mbuhel. and lodging to several persons by the
PEAN Ts.- Florida grown, choice day or week. G. F. WILL[AM 4
se-d stock. Six eeuts per pound. 4-5 m Proprietor.
J. B. i TTON, Seedsman,
4-5tf Ocala, Fla. PIANO TUNER.
For Sale.
Two high salubrious '-) acre lots, Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
tour wiles west of O(ala: suitable for and repaired in a first class manner.
Also make a specialty of repairing
rilli, woodig, dairying and poul- e viins an guitar.
try ratistig: soil adapted to Florida's ,l W Pr .
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BENUS BAKERY


THE STAFF OF LIFE
As made here is pure, elean,:whole-
some and nourishing. We have built
up a reputation on the quality of our
*READ
And we take particular care that noth-
ing shall detract from it. The best
tflur, prepared by skillful hands in
clean, well ventilated rooms and per-
fectly baked in modern ovens, gives


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The "still sow sets the slop," is a
political phrase in Georgia.
There was a raging blizzard in Wy
,miLg the forepart of the week.
Don't you need a corset? We have
the kind that don't break. M. Fisher
The estate of the late J. K. Russell
near Olustee, has a pecan orchard ol
two hundred acres.
It takes a smart woman to make a
man out of a fool, but any fool wo-
man can make a fool out of a man.
South Carolina has a woman who
is only twenty-4six years old and a
grandmother. She has fourteen child.
dren, all living.
The Christian church is to build
one of the finest churches in Jackson-
ville. This church is rapidly measure,
ing strength with the older organiza-
tions.
The products from the hen house
in this country are more than the pro-
ducts from the cotton fields. Every
family should look to the hen house
as a source of revenue.
Mrs. John C. Breckinridge has
been placed on the pension list at .,%
per month. Her husband served in
the Mexican war and was vice-presi-
dent of the United States under
James Buchanan.
Fifty carloads of mules and horap,
12I6 head in all, were shipped from
Columbia, Tenn., in January, and
brought $2,000. Hogs, cattle and
hep shipped frm. the ame pr rlace
that namth u nr
Mr. Geoeg- s Thao 1 ba- abaut

near the eoamuerm ti.ae ad
will have -a n ssitded,.ymar
of one toomauMt ems.M This het
ought to give hope and encourage-
ment to those engaged in this indus-
try further south.
The shipments of high grade Flor-
ida phosphate rock from the port of
Savannah, Ga., for the month of
March, as reported by J. M. Lang A
Co., amounted to 12,069 tons; pre-
viously reported 26,492 tons, making a
total for the three months ending
March 31 of 38,651 tons.
Lake City, Live Oak, and all the
towns along the Florida and Georgia
line are making very substantial
growth. Farmers are also doing
well. They are making preparations
to grow extensively cassava and su-
gar cane, and are making a very su-
perior grade of better. For instance,
TaUIahamee butter is making a repu-
tation that is reaching all sections of
the country.
The S. A. L Railway.
The Florida and Metropolitan Lim-
Ited will continue to leave Jackson-
ville daily, including Sundays, at
10:20 a. m., over the Seaboard Air
Line Railway for New York, reaching
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore
and Philadelphia, The Seaboard Air
Line Railway is now the only line op-
erating solid vestibule limited service
from Jackstonville, Fla., to eastern
cities, daily, including Sundays.
Write A. O. MacDonell, A. G. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla., for information
regarding schedules and sleeping car
reservations.
Small Farms Pay the Best.
The small farmer, the one who
owns his few acres and cultivates
them intelligently and for all they are
worth, giving to food crops his first
consideration and living independent
of the banker, the commission mer-
chant and the provision dealer, is the


hope of the South. The big planta-
tions are all right if there are not too
many of them, but it is to the small
farms that the section must look for
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a TrP TO aIL3 5pas3S.

"Oeeasiemal" a-d Party Visit
Famous Resert and Enjoy a
Day's Outing.


this


You Want



Good Shoes

Everybody Does
We have in stock
now the best men's

One Dollar
AND

A Half S "aoe
ever brought to Oeala. The stock is
of prime n s- tin calf, selected for ser-
vice. The swles, inside and out, and
the counter- are of solid, one piece
sole leather The elastic in this con-
grews style is guaranteed by the mak-
ers for eighteen months.
Yonr Prie !
Veir Opportuaily.

J. M. NEELY,
Mercnts' Block. Ocala, Fla.
Merchants' Block. Ocala, Fla.


St. rgare rs m@M sele.
Last Tuesday night the ladies of St.
Margaret's Guild of the Episcopal
church gave a strawberry and ice
creain social at the armory.
lB.sidie havilig plenty of good
things to eat a good musical program
wa- rendered.


Do not get your pencil ready to Yong", pianist, Mi Belle Mathews,
mark "unavailable" on this paper, violinist, and Mr. Frank Mathews,
since it is no attempted panegyrie on cornetist rendered excellent music
the pelucid waters of the famous during the entire evening.
sprints, but simply a short mention One of the features of the evening
of a day's outing and the civilities was guesing the number ol names on
showered upon this correspondent the quilt, made by the ladies of the
and party by the younh men who are (h uild, and whih had already
running thngs" there, brought them $101. Morris Smith
running g" there. w the prize for guessing nearest to
Once, ye&rs ago, your scribe essayed i the prize for guessing nearest to
a written description of various the nearest number.
The quilt was sold to Mr. R. E.
points of interest in Marion county,
several of which, like Silver Springs, Youge for $5s.
had never beep visited by her. There was a quantity of fancy work
Now, after the lapse of time, which sold.
always brings experience, the attempt A big crowd was present and allI
seems presumptuous, and never more had a merry evening.
so than when reading Harriet Beech- Over sixty dollars were made, which
er Stowe's graphic portrayal of the will go toward the church debt.
lights and shades, the glamour and Will Some One Give This Information?
wierdness ever gleaming and shim- To the editor of the Ranner:
mering in the wonderful depths of I, with others, notice that the mer-
the springs. _' chants, when selling certain brands of
Ocala has, indeed, a very great at- tobacco, remove the stamps from the
traction in the nearness of a spot w plugs and retain them.
alluring to the pleasure seeker, or to Do the manufturers give a pre-
the ones who, wearied with the eter. mium for those stamps, and if so are
nal humdrum of daily life, may find they not intended for the persons who
there a rest, a solace, a never weary- buy and consume the tobacco?
ing delight. I have been requested by several
We could ask nothing better in the citizens to ask you to give some infor-
way of enjoyment than a day off at nation on this subject through the
the springs, once a week the year Banner, and I feel that I am justified
around, if all of them equaled the in asking it because of the closing
one lately spent there. words of your motto, which says:
Our party drove from Martel, a dis8. "The Banner's fight shall be made
tance of fourteen miles, through for the betterment of those at the
Ocala and over the new hard road to bottom"-hence this request. W. D.
the springs, where we were met, Lynne, Fla., April 1.3.
first by one, then by all of those who
conspired in making our stay one of At the Capital.
unmixed delight. The legislature is moving along very
Rev. T. S. Armstead, the popular, smoothly. No serious obstacles have
whole-souled and esteemed pastor of so far been encountered. Very few
Lt. John's church at Cotton Plant, led bills have yet been enacted into laws.
the crowd of entertainers, being ably Several have passed either one house
seconded by his genial little helpmeet, or the other. The .bill making "in-
while his three sons, two of whom are curable insanity" just grounds for di-
in business at Silver Springs, vied !in vorce passed the senate by a vote of
outdoing their parents in hospitality. 24 to S. The compulsory vaccination
We were made welcome everywhere, bill has been indefinitely postponed.
were given the freedom of the springs, Several bills for redistricting the state r
as it were, which included rides in have been introduced.
the jolly little steamer, Helen, fore- The governor has furnished the leg-
noon, and afternoon rides in the row- islature a full report of the scandal
boats, and at noon we dined with the connected with leasing the convicts
Mels. Annstead, who are keeping He says the leases to Messrs. Camp
bachelor's hall at the "head." and West were merely "tentative."
Yoeng Fred Armstead is agent, i W WWO
wt. .aham Anams ad ots o-
gi l Jovia d w y young, alVer Sp April 25. See notice
Inmo" it Is deligbtfal to see the ino tlmtem.
aim- et loopeietoship they ssume c
ovm-e him "little papa and mama,"
setheycal them, though the former
probably weighs 200 pounds or mote.
We had fish for dinner, caught by
Rev. Mr. Armstead, and strawberries re 2400
and other good things provided by
our hosts. Disorders incident to the human frame,
We enjoyed a brief acquaintance of which a majority are caused or pro. c
with a party of tourists and health moted by impure blood.
seekers from Philadelphia, and though The,,remoev aimnlr, .


we did not learn their names, we can
never forget their gentle companion-
ship, and shall always hope to see
them again, when winter's chilling
blasts drive them southward.
In our afternoon trip down the
stream another and far different party
were our fellow travelers, but it takes
all sorts to make a world.
Two small specimens of the "com-
ing man," belonging to our party,
grew so enraptured with the springs
that they cau talk of nothing else,
and the smaller of the two declares,
among other wonders that he saw, a
gigantic alligator is foremost, being so
large that he opines "it could swallow
a man whole."
Such wonders should keep the hard
road, which is not so very hard, eith-
er, alive with wheels and vehicles of
all sorts, while the little dummy
would stall from sheer inability to
carry the enthusiastic pleasure seek-
ers. Really, the business of the road
and on the stream seemed quite
brisk, and the affable young Captain
Gibson proved equal to all the pranks
of some young girls who undertook to
run his steamer for him, and lively
sallies made the trip far from monot-
onous.
We left at three, but very reluc-.
tantly, and with a fixed determina-
tion to go gypsying again when op-
portunity offers. Oc(A.-roA.k L.
In a Reeiver's Hands.
The death of Mr. C. J. Garrett, of
the firm of Garrett & Gerig, proprie-
tors of the Postoffiee Drug Store,
places the business in embarramiment,
and in answer to the prayer of the ,
widow of the deceased a temporary !
pe..k.6A h aknJ ... ft i ----t. ul U Y- J U*


Take Hood's Sarsaparilla.
That this medicine radically and
effectively purifies the blood is known
to every druggist, known to hundreds
of thousands of people who themselves
or by their friends have experienced
its curative powers.
The worst cases of scrofula, the
most agonizing sufferings front salt
rheum and other virulent blood dis-
eases, are conquered by it, while
those cured of boils, pimples, dys-
peptic and bilious symptoms and that
tired feeling are numbered by millions.

Hood's Sarsaparilla
Will do you good. Begin to take it today.

FOR SALE.

Saw mill and planing outfit with
capacity of 10 K ) to 12,00) feet per
day all in good running order, with
complete set of black-smith and ear-
penters tools, three log arts, three
wagons, three good horses, fine lova-
tion as to timber. Will sell very low
for cash or one half earh, balance on
easy payments. 4l nm
D. BOBBITT,
Fairfield, Fla.
Soda Fountain For Sale at a Bargain.
A large, white marble. Turts' soda
folntsaiu, in g(mid( condition, three
draf: tubes, ten -yrup cans, glasi
holders, extra mnarI'l, .sl.-h and other
fixture.s. Price $1 0..o. f. ,. b. Ocala.
Address H. E. Sclhowlliu, O(ains, Fla.
Clubs of Five.
To the friends who will forward us


Anti -mosopoly Drug Store~ue SetaI Aput


ocAAT,&0 FL.OR


I-


To the Editor of the Banner:
Claiming recognition in your *.!d-
umu ou the seore of "AAuld Liiat
Syne," your corresponildeitt lau"Ilihe
forth in a brief recital of the pIles-
ures enjoyed recently at Silver


Alk.


I I IddhL AAL 'AL AML 'A


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t iss Minuie (aumsby sang a beauti-
ful solo; Mr. Harry Kline sang and
also played Lis guitar, and the or-;
.h, tra ,vdonsimttiff Of Miss Alice












THE


OCALA


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


FNTABIdSHEI) I 4o'.


OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1901.


DOLLAR A YEAR.


~gpy-1e I'. HANNE%,KK. R 4EVi~5O'
wo& & Till. I'M' W AL LARLE TO
razK 4 4 &Cctg IITHKX5FLrVM, HAS
CAK 111 -I 'A%ilIEN THR CRABBI-

firv fl'6K1 WILL IM MAD'E FORI
D&VTTEMXKT WT 01- TE1Al ATTHE


AMID% so a &he draw gqo& I

an MBimmd*K*'W is the-*isaw of
bh ufe. NFL P.V. L111god
vi Uia of L2Mn yeii the
@Near Kim tun na lee this wCek.
Mr i. fr~ad -u Mr. Kyle Want-
Of ak t Uwa. W~ff registerd in
she catr hitMonday.
t) prft gq.em aram srivig daily.
(e'.misaNJiamefst them. Teyame
ibas6L M.I'mhe.
Mr. Win14Wuu was i3 the city Sub-
mmdOwMonday. tile Virg of hi"4
twdir, Mr. (ban.'. hinge.
Pmt 1Iurnative Irileti. contain
G~ aknumel. Nothing better. Price,
j eewat Tydiftv 01 's.
tub I. mm extremely peaceful and
*468t city. Thin, is rarely a seene of
,.sg.m'-. %aada art. likew1*me rarte.
If .iWant 1heat, artistic, ia1-to-,
~ ,~giprinting tall at tlce t(-lala
jbanew'jsi. r'",-vai r omt idin *your Pr-


too", ar- 81* Ta~llh:i.-ev andmiiill per-,


11wteeita*.9Fmair A-osm'eaa tla.z ese.ti xo.il
,toe titUv (--r hilt) :otig it- !-tte fati it,





~ .-~I u..l h ala Mi'e'.tat
!)v will mask.- hi.- vi-ttvM anuzuiiv.


Mvi1a Ea11, e-- f li- Ilavt.,
:of here' 'mesral year. ago, to d" I
"oftary mt trb. u'-s- arrit- a.
womsg'elp itoN.-orth I areiit3ia ,a
Ihil.


Who
nleis4-
ft- U'
M 1r.


If tromut-le'd lBy a rak l gt-stioii.
.em of asno4dti. 4%r .tu sau tryn t'a
frw dam* 40( ChmtaanaieainP4 "t(IitilIh
and LyAvr T&Wtpt.t IEvery led war
aMUid l-..r "alreI,%- Agiti.~le'ropl"y
Nag 1swr. ii


Seff Teurnameat. In


Thb- golf tournament was held last
Friday and Saturday afternoons, and
was very auoemful.
(On Friday afternoon there were
nine entries for the gentleman's han-
dicap. Those coteating were as fol-
Iowa: Memrs. Edward Hiller, H. A.
Feord. G. K. Robinson, Hugh Haley,
C. H. Lloyd, L. R Chmal, Z. C.
Cbsamblls, T. T. Monroe and D. 8.
Wiliasm.
The Gmt prim was won by Mr. Ed-
ward HBiler, who made the links in
68 strokes, hadieap 29, net score, 39.
Mr. Hagh Haley made it it -- strokes,
handicap, --, aet seore, 5?, winning
the second prie,
On Sateday afternoon the following
were the entries for the ladies' handi-
cap: Mimsf Esther Weathers, Emily
Ford, Emily Stotesbury, Louise
Ganmsby, Minnie Gamaby, Claude
Bond, Mona Hiller, Margaret Eagle-
too, Hazel Hiller and Ethel Robin-
son.
The first'prize was won by Miss
Louise Gamsby, scratch, whose score
was 86. The second prize was award-
ed Mis Emily Stotesbury, scratch,
whbwe core was S8.
These contests will be held once a
month from now on during the sum-
mer. for the encouragement of the
players
The h'ala links are rapidly becom-
ing very popular, and the member-
-hie oif the club gradually increasing.
Anyone wishing to become a mem-
l-:. can consult Mr. David S. Wil-
liam-, secretary of the club.
The Best Remedy for Rheumatism-
Quick Relief From Pain.
.11 who u-e Chamberlain's Pain
1., m for rheumnatisru are delighted
will th- euick relief from plain which
it atiritl-. \When speaking of this
%lr D N. Sinks, of Troy. Ohio., says: i
"',ut*e time ago i had a severe attack
of rheumatism in my arm and shoul-
d-r. I trie-d numerous remedies but
tot ett, relief until I was recommended
by Met-rs. UGe. F. Parsons & Co.,
drugri'ts-, of this place, to try Chani-
1wrlam's Pain Balm. They recom-
mended it so highly that I bought a
bottle. I was sofon relieved of ail
pain. I have since recommended
this litiment to many of my friends,
who agree with me that it is the best
remedy for muscular rheumatism on
the market." For sale by the Auti-
Moiopoly Drug Store. m


Ote of time molt titlportant and in- Prominent Visitors.
teus'u.nuer athfriiae- ,,f the yeatr U ill ,
Srt a f tu year mt ill (hala has- be-en honored with the
b thit irttrith alinua' lV t.ventlin
al' Iti %t,,, lf. p' t-e f quite.a number of repub-
be li'.'a, ,alticials during the week.
WV.- rme Hou J. N. Stripling,
a: Is..at<. im, ir., h i ,I '4 ateS di,-orie t attorney for
o ', k t ,o \ rn' t,.,: -rir rtin mltrict of Florida" Hon.
a, i t ;,r, .- .I I I ,-'i. I J.,hn F. ilorr, I ',telI States marshal,
T, .- % I .a. .- O 't -, 1 .. -.1,rr.-, 1 olein. W alt-r GG lIda i!n-
a' l ,. \ 1,. r-i:,, imi,n re-:-retr, I nat.ei States hatni l of-
fe t, ,t- ta .il ,. l i'e, (a~n s'vill o; nlI -.- (ibibens,
the ., .t itte a d t.ril. atl. t, w ip tife-r of Hon. E I R. Guunly, of'
u .l thle -raf, t l ter and ti ant Tampa. 1) 11. Peacock. deputy 'Uni-
isin a lw-t, ,ierunialim i. t ed States marshal, ani others.
We d) not know what, if any, is
ift, AgarsIt lurt'rd returned to the ,political significance of the visit
boma t1" Monday to <*lCul lete her of these distinguished gentlemen.
-tt t,, her macalr. Hou. R. A. Bur- Perhaps they were here estimating
'd. Mom Berfied is a chbarmin the value to Ocala of a public build-
Sbday ma4d her trteds are de- ing.
*w4 to bave her is Omeaa agWai. Of course it goes for the saying that
MWd Tkum bl'wder, nicel Ocala will pocket the public building
ld r per hag, at TyrdinpI at the next seesion of congress.
rt White Mae Torned Vellew.
Mr- IL Habbard. Jr. ha. inaugu- Great consternation was felt by the
t'4 a mpetlar moveUemnt in J"ac4 friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexing-
"u.it-.bc aw giving a half holiday i to, Ky., when they saw he was turn-
I bi employet otn 4aturdnay. Hit, ex- ug yehow. His skin slowly changed
le will r ostebly be. f, allowed by color, also his eyes, and he suffered
* ).9.,1g atMd wholesale houst inu terribly. His malady was yellow
4*mwiua ma mwitne~pNudm. 1 jaundice. He %as treated by the test
I w aeu % the ti-t linimeui onil doctor-. but without benefit. Then he
"W b omldl aud guaranteed vy TV. was advised to try Electrie Bitters, the
di.S,, & C. i wonderful stomach and liver remedy,
and be writes: "After takiug two bot-
M l'r.usk 4. I'erkitLn aund M. C'p- ties I was wholly cured." A trial
y Am,... we .r very mul. |leatsel pr,-vet its matchless merit for all stom-
wIt thbh-fer *i. ..,i-tio of the .a-,ava a,h. liver and kidney troubles. Only
"~hId.* 11 ii S .Ountiy., atnl we Uhave t '. .'-eSold by l;arrett & Gerig Druegis..
-'Wa t *I h...-- that tti-r visit will re- 6


"iteM aju-11 Cgai 1.i11ii' thteeald,rt-'J
a tit.-4ftfta a i~te~uotry'.
Mae-atua: te4-464.1611481 ie. IAthe door
d~mt simiU hitrh iusit' v i-he selloUt.
dim 4-1 Use- *e'hS% arr a'leatte-d. 1Tfit
a.-. -f lri -klivA-la1itteqc-
wall Curt 1.1 etc 'thi-a tii%tl't'M4i1iat



'~Sle ~ ----Sit %I,* t latae The- cc'l-
*1) i.4- h ~---~'ti lit 'areau%- I l -ea'
bo" i. itpl.r..I Mland


Whist Ceub Entertained.
Last Friday afternoon the Young
l.adie.' Whist Club held its first me-t-
ing in some time, having been sus-
pended during Leut. They were en-
tertainaed in a most delightful man-
0nr Iby Mi., Claude Boud. Whist was
played un'il quite late, when deli-
-cimu refrehoiments were served. The
clut, rIt/.-. a handsome picture, was
won I-y Mliss Florrie Crook, and the
victor's pri4-. a copy of "The Cardi-
nal'- S.jut lBox," was captured lby


Memorial,


The following resolutions were
passed by the Oala Lodge No. 19,
Knights of Pythias:
WHEREAS, The Supreme Ruler of
the Universe in His wisdom has
aeen best to remove from our midst
our friend and brother, Charles J.
Garrett, and, whereas, we know that
He doeth all things well, therefore be
It
Resolved, That we deeply deplore
the death of our brother and shall
miss him from our presence, but that
we bow with humble submission to
the will of our Supreme Ruler.
Resolved, That we extend our
heartfelt sympathy to the wife and
other loved ones of our departed
brother in this bereavement.
Resolved, That a copy of these res-
olutions be spread on the minutes; a
copy sent to his bereaved family, and
a copy furnished the papers for publi-
cation. E. P. THAGARD,
I. STEVENS,
A. L. IzLAR,
Committee.
Overland to lissouri.
Mr. B. F. Hall, a prominent farmer
of this county, and a subscriber to the
Ocala Banner, has exchanged his
farm between Ocala and Fellowship
for property in Missouri, and he and
hi. three boys left for their new home
overland in a covered wagon this
week.
Mr. Hall expects to make the trip
in about two months. He will save
railway fare-about $125 -will see a
good deal of country, and when he
reaches hi- new home will have a
igood wagon and team with which to
begin operations.
He sent hi- wife in advance by rail
to get the horne in order.
The t,*st wishes of the ,Ocala Ban-
ter go with these good people.
Hospital Removed.
The directors of the Marion County
Hospital have rented the Duffy prop-
erty, just opposite the Finch bouse,
in the fourth ward, and are having
the same fixed up for the hospital.
Several hundred dollars a'e being
speut in repairs. The hospital will
have its own kitchen and dining
room and various other conveniences.
In about three weeks it will be ready
for occupancy, and the furnishings
will be moved to it from the Baptist
Witness building, where the hospital
has been located for several years.
The Best Blood Purifier.
T'be blood is constantly beiug puri-
fied by the lungs, liver and kidneys.
Keep these organs in a healthy coudi-
tion and the bowels regular and you
will hive no need of a blood purifier.
For this purpose there is nothing
equitil to (C:trtert in;"' Stom,,ch and i
Liver Tailets. Out dtse o them will
&d 3'yo more -oodl th in a dollar bottle
of the best bIloo purifier. Price 25
cents. Samples free at the Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Siore. m


Ocala's Contemplated Sugar Mill.
Major Charles R. Campbell, so well
known throughout the state, and who
gave life and impetus to the Oeala
Exposition, now proposes another
grand enterprise for darion county in
the establishment of a sugar mill,
with a capital stock of $10,000. With
such spirit and determination to back
it, the enterprise is an assured success.
-Jacksonville FloriJian.
A Oelightful Dance.
Last Friday night the young gentle-
men of the Nine O'Clock German
Club gave their young lady friends a
most delightful dance in the Ocala
House parlors. There were eight
couples participating and a number
of spectators present. It was the last
dance of the season ani was thor-
oughly delightful in every particular.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
'ake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25c. .
Velvet Beans.
Sixty-four lbs. to the 1-ushel. One
dollar per bushel.
PEAN 'T-.-Florida grown, choice
seed stock. Six cents per pound.


., JL. h," A LoT o k.7--- + J ,
4-Stf Ocala, Fla.
For Sale.
Two high salubrious -J acre lots,
four miles west eof Ocala; suitable for
milling, woodingu, dairyiug and poul-


COOL


YOUR


BLOOD


In All Cases of Itching

Burning and Scaly
Hunors with


CUTICURA RESOLVENT
Of all the remedies for e-mella and cleansing the blood anrd circulating
fluids of itching, burning, scaly hImors, none approach. in qp.:ecitif action
the wonderful properties of CUTDCURA RESOLVMIT. It neutralizesa am.
resolves away (hence Its name. Resolvent) scrofulous. inherited, and other
humors, which float In the blood, and which give rise to swellings ot the
glands. palns in the bones, and torturing, alsitguring eruptions o0 the skin
and scalp, with loss of hair.
CUTICULRA RESOLVENT extends Ita cooling, purifying influence by
means of the pores to the surface of the skin. allaying Irritation. inflamma-
tion. itching, and burning, and soothing external humors, because of its
power to neutralize H UMOR-GERXM which float in the blood and circulating
fluid.i. It exerts a purifying Influence upon the bowels, liver, and kidneys,
thus removing a common cause of yellow, mothy. greasy skin, and more or
less of pimples, blotches, and blackheads. Many forms of debility, for
which no cause can be discovered, are due to the presence of humors in
the Hlood. bones, and fUids. CUTICURA RESOLVENT possesses. in the
highheht degree, humor expellingqpropete, and at the same time :acts as a
ci.at; aperient, diuretic, and digestive. It promotes the general health, while
insuring the expulsion of humors which manifest themselves in the obscure
;ornis of rheumatism, gout, kidney pains, and liver troubles
Mothers are assured of the absolute purity of C'rTICtRA RESOLVENT
.ind its freedom from any Ingredient that is In the least objectionable in
.Vction, taste or odor. It is therefore readily taken by children of all agew
anm conditions. and should be freely given on the first appearance of humors.
whether simple. scrofulous, or hereditary. It is also a mother's remedy.
regulating and strengthening the maternal functions, while purifying the
-:,. tem of ulcerative weaknesses and humom.
It is economy to take It on every occasion possible. while usinar warm
!-,phs of CI'TICCRA SOAP to cleanse the xkin of crusts and scales ant.
,,ft-n the thickened cuticle, and gentle applications of C1TICTRA O'lntme"t
S, 'lay itching., inflammation, and irritation. and soothe and heal externally.
na the readiest means of insuring speedy, permanent, and economical cures.
:.nd' r,:Wling that greatest of human blessings., "a skin without blemish and
: boeYl nourished with pure blood."
Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every rumor, $1.25,
..-i,.., -. ,of r"'TrTTl.TR SOAP (-25w). to cleanse the skin "f cru'ts and scales and
S -n thi'-i;ene *utcle; CT'TTrT'RA OIrNTM.NT <.5r.). to insqtintiv allay itch-
tr i-rrtation and soothe and heal. and (TUTICT'RA RESOLVENT (50e.). to cool
erind i *I,-.-. the blood. Sold throughout the world.


SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

At RHEINAUER'S DRY GOODS HOUSE!


Rheinauer C,., auunnounce a noteworthy opening of Dress Goods for
Early Spring. A number of Bargains are offered. Also the first showing of
new Silk Striped Ponzinett and Fil de Soie. High class novelties in Foreign
Zephyrs at an attractive price. An important sale of Novelties in White
Goods, Pique, Dimities, Lawn plain and striped. Organdies in all leading
shades for evening wear. A showing of new Embroideries, Laces and Ladies'
Belts at attractive prices. A special sale of Drems Skirts and balance of Wool
Dress Goods. Extraordinary values in Gents' Negligee Shirts and Ties. The
special feature of the Corset Department is the "W. B." correct form, is
sizes 1S to 30, at $1.00. A number of specials in Wash Silks for Ladies' Waists,
and new weaves of Black Silks for Skirts. Bargains in Smyrna Rugs, Mat-
tings, Lace Curtains, Shades and ready made Sheets and Pillow Caes. Extra
value in Shoes for Men, as the well known makes of Banister, Foot Glove and
Crosett; the Regina and Queen City Shoes for ladies. And an unusual offer-
ing in the Clothing Department.

RHEINAUER & GOMPARY.


I


Dr. Van Dyke's. .

HOLLAND BITTiERS
ORIGINATED in a country whose climate is malarial and ener-
vati.n, but whose inhabitants are healthy and strong. The
wonderful success of the Hollanders in triumphing over the
obsttacles of nature, and their record as one of the purest-
blooded and most vigorous, physically and mentally, of all nationms
prove that they understand taking care of themselves The- high.
est standard of all their remedies is Dr. VaOylke's NeNaand Bitters.
Pleasant, healthful and invigorating. Used with efficacy in easem
ofDyspepsia, Constipation and all ills due to a Disordered or Sour
Stomach. It s'rengthens the stomach, toes the nerves sad stlmu-
lates the appetite It Mas ne Equal as a Seeral Teie and Braseer.
AT McGRATH'S "" ~ I


New Lot Mat-
I ng just arriv-
-. Fanc y
Af patterns Good
S. Quality. Full
*t N/ yard wide.
Prices 18c, 20c,
,25c, 30c and 35c
per yard. Call
and see it. Also
Window Shades at 15', 25, 3.5. and
up. OCALA F K ITURE C('.

Board
Having opened a first class board-
iug house one block south of the
Methodist church, on south Main
street, (The Commercial Hous") I am
now prepared to furnish good board
and lodging to several persons by the
day or week. G. F. WILLIAMS,
4-5 m Proprietor.

PIANO TUNER.

Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
and repaired in a first class manner.
Also make a specialty of repairing
iuI: r.t.- a. l.4.


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BENMUS'BAKERY


THE STAFF OF LIFE
As made here is pure, clean,:whole-
some and nourishing. We have built
up a reputation on the quality of our
BREAD
And we take particular care that noth-
ing shmll detract from it. The beet
fluur, prepared by skillful bands in


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You Want


Good Shoes


Everybody-Does
We have in stock
now the best men's

One Dollar
AND

A Half Si oe


ever brought to Oeala. The stock is
of prim. t>atin calf, selected for ser-
vice. The soles, inside and out, and
the counters are of solid, one piece
sole leather The elastic in this con-
grews style is guaranteed by the mak-
ers for eighteen months.
Wour Prie !
Wour Oppertumfly.

J. M. NEELY,
TS 310 AZI BA? ST X
Merchants' Block. Ocala, Fla.

The "still sow gets the slop," is a
political phrase in Georgia.
There was a raging blizzard in Wy-
oming the forepart of the week.
Don't you need a corset? We have
the kind that don't break. M. Fishel
The estate of the late J. K. Russell,
near Olustee, has a pecan orchard of
two hundred acres.
It takes a smart woman to make a
man out of a fool, but any fool wo-
man can make a fool out of a man.
South Carolina has a woman who
is only twenty-six years old and a
grandmother. She has fourteen chil-
dren, all living.
The Christian church is to build
one of the finest churches in Jackson-
ville. This church is rapidly measur-
ing strength with the older organiza-
tions.
The products from the hen houses
in this country are more than the pro-
ducts from the cotton fields. Every
family should look to the hen house
as a source of revenue.
Mrs. John C. Breckinridge has
been placed on the pension list at $8
per month. Her husband served in
the Mexican war and was vice-presi-
dent of the United States under
James Buchanan.
Fifty carloads of mules and hormss,
ISM head in all, were shipped from
Colambia, Teen., in January, and
brought 25 000. Hogs, cattle and
sheep ed. fema h amm plam
that n nma _-___. ...... iAm
Mr. QGesi r t1 r Thlw a about


wil have an i r
of one thousn-i hims. is T acet
ought to give hope and encourage-
ment to those engaged in this indus-
try further south.
The shipments of high grade Flor-
ida phosphate rock from the port of
Savannah, Ga., for the month of
March, as reported by J. M. Lang A
Co., amounted to 12,069 tons; pre-
viomsly reported 2S,492 tons, making a
total for the three months ending
March 31 of 38,551 tons.
Lake City, Live Oak, and all the
towns along the Florida and Georgia
line are making very mMsubstanMtial
growth. Farmers are also doing
welL They are making preparations
to grow extensively casmsava and sou-
gar cane, and are making a very su-
perior grade of butter. For instance,
Tllhamsee batter is making a repu-
tation that is reaching all sections of
the country.
The lA. L. Railwsy.
The Florida and Metropolitan Lim-
Ited will continue to leave Jackson-
ville daily, including Sundays, at
10:20 a. m., over the Seaboard Air
Line Bailway for New York, reaching
Richmond. Washington, Baltimore
and Philadelphia, The Seaboard Air
Line Railway is now the only line op-


rating solid vestibule limited service
from Jacwsonville, Fla., to eastern
cities, daily, including Sundays.
Write A. 0. MacDonell, A. G. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla., for information
regarding schedules and sleeping tar
reservations.


Sma Farms Pay the Gest.
The small farmer, the one who
owns his few acres and cultivates
them intelligently and for all they are
worth, giving to food crops his first
consideration and living independent
of the banker, the commission mer-
chant and the provision dealer, is the
hope of the South. The big planta-
tions are all right if there are not too
many of them, but it is to the small
farnm that the Msetion must aloink f w


a Tw Pto ISWRSU pSoUsm


.OeeaslemsW" and Party Visit
Famous Resort and Enjoy a
Day's Outing.


this


St. aegwaets SaM Seelal.
Last Tuesday night the ladies of St.
Margaret's Guild of the Episcopal
church gave a strawberry and ice
cream social at the armory.
1i.-...0 havin r mW-,ntv of good


To the Editor of the Banner: I. ...... .. -
Claiming re.ognitiou i your .1- things to eut a good musical program
utnus on the r.ore of 'AId i... wa-rendered.
Syne," your corre porntt iluul'hs Miss Minnie (,amusby sang a beauti-
forth in a briet recital of the plen- fulsolo; Mr. Harry Kline sang and
ur, enjoyed recently at Silver also played Lis guitar, and the or-
chestra, consistiiig of Miss Alice
Springs. .eng- past, a1i elle Mews,
Do not get your pencil ready topianiSt, Belle Mathews,
mark "unavailable" on this paper, violinist, and Mr. Frank Mathews,
since it is no attempted panegyrie on cornetistrendered excellent u
the pelucid waters of the famous during the entire evening.
S*ia.... aiAn L, a Lshort mention One of the features of the evening


jpjlrings, ouit :9 tr1" y ...--. -.- -
of a day's outing and the civilities


showered upon this correspondent
and party by the youung men who are
"running things" there.
Once, yeArs ago, your scribe essayed
a written description of various
points of interest in Marion county,
several of which, like Silver Springs,
had never beep visited by her.
Now. after the lapse of time, which
always brings experience, the attempt
seems presumptuous, and never more
so than when reading Harriet Beech-
er Stowe's graphic portrayal of the
lights and shades, the glamour and
wierdness ever gleaming and shim-
mering in the wonderful depths of
the springs.
Ocala has, indeed, a very great at-
traction in the nearness of a spot so
alluringr to the pleasure seeker, or to
the ones who, wearied with the eter-
nal humdrum of daily life, may find
there a rest, a solace, a never weary-
ing delight.
We could ask nothing better in the
way of enjoyment than a day off at
the springs, once a week the year
around, if all of them equaled the
one lately spent there.
Our party drove from Martel, a dis-
tance of fourteen miles, through
Ocala aud over the new hard road to
the springs, where we were met,
first by one, then by all of those who
conspired in making our stay one of
unmixed delight.
Rev. T. S. Armetead, the popular,
whole-souled and esteemed pastor of
St. John's church at Cotton Plant, led
the crowd of entertainers, being ably
seconded by his genial little helpmeet,
while his three sons, two of whom are
in business at Silver Springs, vied !in
outdoing their parents in hospitality.
We were made welcome everywhere,
were given the freedom of the springs,
as it were, which included rides in
the jolly little steamer, Helen, fore-
noon, and afternoon rides in the row-
boats, and at noon we dined with the
Memsa. Armstead, who are keeping
bachelor's hall at the "head."
Ya u Fred Ar.mmead is agent,
whlbrisham Armasead sts' a en -
gimarthe Helen. They are very
a A> Jov and worthy young
mnm= nn it is delightal to see the
4s. Ve pi-"temrship they asomme
,w'thdir "little papa and mama,"
uatheycafl them, though the former
probably weighs 200 pounds or more.
We had fish for dinner, caught by
Rev. Mr. Armstead, and strawberries
and other good things provided by
our hosts.
We enjoyed a brief acquaintance
with a party of tourists and health
seekers from Philadelphia, and though
we did not learn their names, we can
never forget their gentle companion-
ship, and shall always hope to see
them again, when winter's chilling
blasts drive them southward.
In our afternoon trip down the
stream another and far different party
were our fellow travelers, but it takes
all sorts to make a world.
Two small specimens of the "com-
ing man," belonming to our party,
grew so enraptured with the springs
that they ean talk of nothing else,
and the smaller of the two declares,
among other wonders that he saw, a
gigantic alligator is foremost, being so
large that he opines "it could swallow
a man whole."
Such wonders should keep the hard
road, which is not so very hard, eith-
er, alive with wheels and vehicles of
all sorts, while the little dummy
would stall from sheer inability to
carry the enthusiastic pleasure seek-
ers. Really, the business of the road
and on the stream seemed quite
brisk, and the aflable young Captain


Gibson proved equal to all the pranks
of some young girls who undertook to
run his steamer for him, and lively
sallies made the trip far from monot-
onous.
We left at three, but very reluc-


There


Are 2400

Disorders incident to the human frame,
of which a majority are caused or pro-
moted by impure blood.
The remedy is simple.
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla.
That this medicine radically and
effectively purifies the blood is known
to every druggist, known to hundreds
of thousands of people who themselves
or by their friends have experienced
its curative powers.
The worst cases of scrofula, the
most agonizing sufferings from salt
rheum and other virulent blood dis-
eases, are conquered by it, while
those cured of boils, pimples, dys-
peptic and bilious symptoms and that
tired feeling are numbered by millions.

Hood's arsaparilla
Will do you good. Begin to take it today.

FOR SAT.E.

Saw mill and planing outfit with
capacity of 10,t)0 to 12,000 feet per
day all in good running order, with
complete set of black-smith and car-
penters tools, three log carts, three
wagons, three good horses, fine lova-
tion as to timber. Will sell very low
for cash or one half eash, balance on
easy payments. 40119)m
W D. BOBBITT,


tantly, and with a fixed determina-! Fairfield, Fla.
tion to go gypsying again when Soda F tai For Sale at a arga
port unity offers. OC'ASIONAL. a a le. t tri.
A large, white marble. Turts' soda
In a Resolver's Hands. fointaiu, in good condition, three
The death of Mr. C. J. Garrett, of draft: tubes, ten "yrup cans, glass
the firm of Garrett & Gerig, proprie- holders, extr nimari.le slat and other
tors of the Postofilece Drug Store, fixtures. Price $150.4p0 f. ,. b. Ocala.
places the business in embarrassment, Address H. E. Schowtlin, O.al., Fla.
aud in answer to the prayer of the lbs Five.
widow of the deceased a temuorarv! Clubs of Five.


I .- AL IAIL. 'AL AL AIL A6 AL A


was guessing the number of names on
the quilt, made by the ladies of the
(4uild, and which had already
brought them $10). Morris Smith
won the prize for guessing nearest to
the nearest number.
The quilt was sold to Mr. R. E.
Yonge for $5.
There was a quantity of fancy work
sold.
A big crowd was present and all
had a merry evening.
Over sixty dollars were made, which
will go toward the church debt.
Will Some One Give This Information?
To the Erditor of the Banner:
I, with others, notice that the mer-
chants, when selling certain brands of
tobacco, remove the stamps from the
plugs and retain them.
Do the manufacturers give a pre-
mium for those stamps, and if so are
they not intended for the persons who
buy and consume the tobacco?
I have been requested by several
citizens to ask you to give some Infor-
mation on this subject through the
Banner, and I feel that I am justified
in asking it because of the closing
words of your motto, which says:
"The Banner's fight shall be made
for the betterment of those at the
bottom"-hence this request. W. D.
Lynne, Fla., April 15.
At the Capital.
The legislature is moving along very
smoothly. No serious obstacles have
so far been encountered. Very few
bills have yet been enacted into laws.
Several have passed either one house
or the other. The .bill making "in-
curable insanity" just grounds for di-
vorce passed the senate by a vote of
24 to S. The compulsory vaccination
bill has been indefinitely postponed.
Several bills for redistricting the state
have been introduced.
The governor has furnished the leg-
islature a full report of the scandal
connected with leasing the convicts
He says the leases to Messrs. Camp
and West were merely "tentative."
Wewt We w Weow
The WoodmeA's picnic will be at
SilverSprlpagApril 25. See notice
inD eathUMeMeOema.


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OCALA


BANNER.


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

ESTABLISHED m16. OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1901. DOLLAR A YEAR.


They Are Here Now!




Our buyer has just returned from the North and
Fg with the bent and most complete line of La-
dies I)re Good for spring and s mmer wear that
it has ever been the good fortune of Ocalians to be-
hold. We buoy only for Spot Cash and thus get all
the discounts usual in such cases, hence we can
give lyon schvalues as will surprise you, even
though you are ever so close a buyer.





The Boston Store
SOpera House Block. Ocala, Fla




Morrn TrIs APmR Wu.LL oT The Odd Fellows of Florida held
AWN T TTHE :KET oF TIR MAN W mto their annual encampment at Jack-
Sa~ 19M3II.V AND WITHOUT MERIT sonville this Week.
4 HMO. WK.il TiP. TIE 9 HILl..O N0 From April 5 to April 11 there were
WeU. II b~ ru a% ,, INIt shipped from the Miami station alone
&aW iti,....


Now# I i ii an Unw e .



btJee*'k liers-. ile~rnatzitinzi. iN

4 .. n-II. '.Mtillr hs. r.turuae'I


1 ,;1ti crate.4 of tomatoes.
Baker county has a woman who is
the mother of twenty-two children.
The mother is in robust health. Flor-
ida is a great state.
Mrs. J. S. Halliday and children,
who have been spend ,ing the winter in
(Oala, left for their home in Indiana
this week. They were accompanied
to Jacksonville by Mrs. H. L. Ander-


r.ors a tiiIp I. lake Mary. w n..
P-'-turn'ter 4rove,. ha- returtnd The yield of the sponge fisheries of
fr- a trip ,, Wa.h*igt'n. Florida in Il1* was 364,990 pounds,
valued at $36T,685. There were em-
T two t meal to I4. bad in the city played in the business =24.5 men, 156
at the. Itallarad Restaurant. vesells with a tonnage of 175, and 8
J 40verteat pait. hat*s w-oopeId in small boats.
smtaher milliu on Wall street.
-- An article we look upou now as a
Thev was a cyclone in Alatema, neceasity is suar. To our forefathers
awth -f MNootgoncry yesterday. it was a luxury. The majority of
S to er ody in ilk, families a hundred years ago never
P and mda. M. el sow refined sugar. Molasses was their
Shief sweetening. My, how our
Mrk Fla l xvveo has returned to0 great grandmothers would have rev-
'stra and .eu-riied a millinery store lled at the thought of "granulated
*hier sugar at twenty pounds for a dollar."


Mr J I' A1danit. of Atlanta, ,>n of
Mr- J F lFlward t itn 0*ala and
*ill a .**et a Imi1Mtion at the (h-alsa

*- uir 141 Mrs. N.\ -tn. father
allot a ,thelr of IDr. %. V. NSwanom.
are re-fs.rte-l ri<,u-!vy ill. I l11h h) ave
I.*4I1 ut.- *, h t aiolo- ph.t.
l~,e-arts r.-t% Eh-ala that two- little1
-herutl lime as4adr their arrival to
*4ddew the hboon of Mr. and Mrs.
Es A1mnrr. at \ entura. California.
Mr Tu~4all has I*me l the Montet-
ems boatA fr a ewriod of three years.
AU tlw sne r.mes In tbhe bildrine
haow *a e les hmmd fwr the samie
mSmbewr n yvear
M 1L D. Hayaem. after a pleso-
"at wvit to M s Mabel McKmau and
t M E.. M. Howard, left Wednew-
day w lake iOty to visit her father,
Mr (heari. Finley.
T h* San. 4lyatt ('lebrated Fish-
'aC 4 lu,.'" 4f Ti'ton. (ia., s amewd
tbrmaoh gbelms Welinesday from Ho-
mavmoa *wn tleir return home. The
ear -*** gaily dtioratld.
kn .* .- 1..d t4 h a v. rr-
.*. .' .. .i .. p.. -uW.-- *-trp


Thi. I a mewitake. (Orala want L
,tK to grow the esae and let the re-
t$ rfy f<,llw.
J 1Iw4ar.i of 0 ,ala. i- in the
* a1I I nIAkal after hi- lusines inter-
oe-t H" rerl.r- Iustineos on the
t-mg, |aith iii his hotel, the ( H.nam-. and -al.es (Gaineville Suan.
Wi %mKm-Tt*, reliable traveling
"w'emta w in e a-h state; permanent
prmatwl salary anii eCXpenste; expe-
,o"w rtt a' Mutely enueatial. Ad-
d*Uw s aCrolina Totemvg Work@
GrwVn.t..wn. N '. C.-15


In her prayer asking for the appoint-
me-nt of a receiver to take charge of
the affatre of Garrett & Gerig, Mrs.
(;Grrett alleges that Mr. Ger'g is a
partnierof Mr. W. E. McGahagin, who
conducts a grocery store near the mar-
ket. Mr. Ml*G.h agin denies the alle-
gstion and says that Mr. (Werig has
not now, and has never bad, a dollar
in the ltusiness.
Mr. H. B. Stevens, of DeLand.
formerly of Citra, wms in the city
ye-terday. He is looking well and
give a glowing picture of the progress
DeLand is making. He advocates
shedding the orange groves and says
Mr. Stetson's grove, under shelter, is
very healthy and vigorous and re-
quires very little fertilizing. The
pineapple orchards in the vicinity of
DrLad are looking well.
At the Baptist church Wednesday
nisht Rev. J. T. Betts delivered a
splendidl lecture entitled "A Tour
Through Palestine." His lecture was
illustrated by moving pictures. Mr.
ltts, who has a splendid voice, also
ang a number of sons. The church
wa- crowded. The proceeds of the
entertainment go to the Ladies' Aid
I society of the Baptist church.
As vaccination prevents smallpox,
and quinine chills and fever. o Teeth-
iua prevents aud counteracts the ef-
fcts of the summer's heat, much
dreade-d by mothers with small ebil-
dre-n. Teethina relieves the many
troubles incident to teething and the
hot siitlumers, and no mother is ex'-us
able for uot giving it, for it costs only
:5 cents at druggists: or mail 25 cents
to C. J. Moffett, M. D., St. Louis,
Mo. w3


vrs. M. I. Lamberth, forty-seven
years a missionary to China and Ja-
pau, is virttng Mrs. Emma White, at


m b- k_ -_ __ THE CONVICT LEASE SYSTEM.


"What shall be done with the con-
victs?" is the most important problem
that will engage the attention of the
legislature now in session.
The lease of the convicts expires
December 31, 1901, and the last legis-
lature appointed a commission of
which Senator E. -. Crill, of Putnam,
was chairman, to investigate the sub-
ject of convict labor in all its phase,
and submit a report to the present
legislature with recommendations of
such changes in the law as the com-
mission thinks should be made.
The commission gave the matter
very diligent and thoughtful investi-
gation, studying the convict problem
from all points of view, having before
them the systems of the different
states, United States, and foreign
lands, and embodied their recommen-
dations In the form of a law the adop-
tion of which they ask at the hands
of the present legislature.
If the bill introduced by Senator
Crill, chairman of the commission, is
adopted, it will be a very great modi-
fication of the present system. It is
in entire accord with the enlightened
public sentiment on the subject and
ought to become a law.
The convict lease system is engag-
ing the attention of lawmakers in
other states the same as Florida, and
especially is this the case in the neigh-
boring state of Georgia.
In the Atlanta Journal of April 13,
Mr. Thomas W. Loyless contributes a
very able, interesting and timely arti-
cle on the subject.
He says the prison commission of
Georgia refused to let the convicts be
employed in the manufacture of stove
utensils because it was felt that it
would work a hardship to the capital
and labor already engaged in that
branch of industry in Georgia.
That covers the whole case. It is
the argument boiled down, and ap-
plies to Florida with the same force
that it does to tGeorgia and other
states.
Enlightened public opinion is gain-
ing ground everywhere that convict
labor should not come in competition
with free labor. It demoralizes trade
and makes competition impossible.
It is urged in this section that this
is primarily the cause of the demoral-
i7ation of the phosphate business, aud
is entailing au annual loss to the trade.
traffic and commerce of the state
many times more than the price re-
ceived for the convicts.
The system is as unjust to the phos-
phate miner ir Florida as it is to th~
stove manufacturer in Georgia.
Not only do the persons engaged in
the phosphate business make just
complaint against the system, but the
merchants, traders and farmers in the
localities make just complaint also.
At the free labor mines the farmers
have a market for their surplus pro-
ducts at good prices. They can dis-
pose of fresh meats, poultry, eggs and
vegetables in season, but just across
the line at the convict mines they


can not sell a nickel's worth.
A blind man can see the injustice of
the competition and the baneful ef-
fects following it.
When the free labor mines are clos-
ed down, as many of them are now,
it entails a loss not only on the labor-
ers employed, and those who have
their capital employed in the busi-
nes, but likewise to the merchants,


farmers, and the ramifications of
trade in many directions
"What is to be done with the con-
victs?" is answered by Mr. Loyless in
the article already referred to as fol-
lows:


1. Place the long term and des.
operate convicts in a walled peni- {
tentiary or factory, were they i
shall m**nufcture clothing, shoes,
hats, hoes, spades, shovels, plows,
and everything worn and used by
all the state's convicts. But for
no other purpose.
2. Place all female, old, decrepit
and extremely youthful convicts
on the farm to raise supplies of
every kind, meat, syrup, corn,
hay, etc., for the care of all the
state's convicts and all the stock
employed in the convict system.
3. Place all the short term felony
and able bodied misdemeanor con-
victs on the public reads, where
they shall be divided into divis-
ions according to skill, physical
condition or length of sentence-
some blasting rock for macadam-
izing, others building bridges,
others grading and others repair-
ing roads."
Mr. Loyless tells what this change
in the convict lease system would do
for Georgia.
We embody his language substitut.
ing Florida for Georgia:
"Think of what this would mean
for Florida. Think of what a system
of roads Florida would have in a very
few years with such a force constantly
at work. Can there be but one choice
as a matter of public policy, or of state
development, between the present
system of hiring out these convicts to
compete with free labor and the prop-
osition to utilize them in building for


Florida a system of public roads that
would be a pride and a blessing for all
time to come."
"Take the convicts oat of competi-
tion with free labor and let them build
for Florida a modern system of pub-
lic highways and you have solved a
two-fold problem, and accomplished a
double good that can but make this a
happier, and at the same time, a more
attractive state."
Purely as a matter of business, out-
side the question of humanity, which
is a burning shame on the good name
of the state, the present convict lease
system should be changed and we are
glad that a public sentiment is being I
aroused in that direction, and if the
present legislature does not change
the system, it will be done in a very
little while. The system is now on its
last legs. It can stand neither inves-
tigation nor criticism.

What's Your Face Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun-
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin-all signs of liver trouble'.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills give
clear skin, rosy cheeks, rich complex-
ion. Only 25 cents at Garrett and
Gerig's Drug Store. 6
First Plenie.
The Ocala Camp Woodmen of the


World is growing very fast, and to
celebrate its prosperity has planned a
basket picnic at Silver springs for
Thursday, April 25. The rate via An-
derson's road for the round trip from
Ocala is 25 cents, with a free ride
down the run on the steamer Helen.
A committee will take charge of all
baskets at the depot and see that the
dishes, etc., contained therein are
properly returned. Every basket
should have the owner's name on it.
The train will leave at nine o'clock
from the depot near the Agnew resi-
dence. This picnic is not intended
for Woodmen alone. Everybody in-
vited.


Quite important that this part of the
houe should have onvenient farsh-
ingo. The busy workers will be great-
ly facilitated.
Have a liUne of
tedIsa TMue PIL75

inbs, Wem t.
which will please as well by their
good looks as by their substantial
make. Each article is the kind that
will last. These are samples of our
low prices.

OCALA FURNITURE 00.
Phone No. to. Northwest comer qa-re.

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Neessity the Moether of IVeetles.
We tried to kill the worms-they
proved too many. We now each the
parent moths and bugs, all of which
fly at night. Agents wanted In every
county. For agency and traps ad-
dress J. B. 8UTTON, State A4get,
Ocala, Fla. 3 2


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Piv4o,'e ha-- unlocked the d<,,.r tio
many a prison.
The new battleship, Maine, will i1e
launehet- on May ;,l--D-.oration Day.
Thie hetAlth of Havana is excellent
It has neither yellow fever nor small
pox.
What if. --'Editor (iGornge" houll
become a leader in the S.ilvationt
Army ?
Anthony Trollope said that the zen-i
tleman was best dressed whose dress
no one observed.
Adjutant G(eneral Corbin is soon to
wed Mi.s Edith Patten, a rei,-nin;i
Washington belle.
Mrs. Nation was recently fined S;ooI
in Kansas City-now here'- another
Kansas City platform.
General Mct lunr. of the pullishiiing
house of McClurg & C'o, of Chicago.
lied at St. Augustine April 1.3.
A Denver woman has been arrested
for violating the election laws. Thi,
hows how the women in that state
appreciate the ballot.
The "whipping poet" is a step back-
ward. Who, with a soul as big as %
mustard seed, would have his son a
public flogger of criminals?
Mrs. Josephine Louise Newcomb,
who died in New York, left her for-
tune of between 2,(,010,00)0 and $3,iw),.-
'00, to the Sophia Newcomb Collge
at New Orleans.
Forty-one oil companies, represent-
ing 19,44O),0), have been organized in
Texas Within the past few months for
the purpose of developing the great
oil deposits of the state.
In the lease of the convicts "dol-
laus" should not be the only thing
considered. Our civilization and
Christianity cannot afford to join
forces with barbarism and cruelty at
any price.


The senate confirmed the following
nominatioos last Monday, viz: W.
8. Graham, judge of the Criminal
Court of Record of Hilisborough
edtaty; F. M. Bimontoa, eoonty so-
licitor of BHUberough emuty.
A MiNemrl editor, who is looking
for an opening, my: "We would
prefer living In a small town where
the people will sympathize with you
in trouble, and if you haven't any
trouble will hunt some up for you."
The Florida hotel men are demand.
ingmore legislation in their behalf.
The average Florida tourist has been
under the impression heretofore that
the Florida hotel man was a sort of in-
comne tax law all unto himself -At-
lanta JournaL
Here is some Texas talk: "Accord-
ing to a recent test made of the Lu-
cas well, it will flow 70,0)o barrels of
oil every twenty-four hours. At the
price of 40 cents per barrel the well
will bring to the owner a revenue of
$29,000 per day.

Lord Kitchener has an army of
ir70,000 efficient troops in South Af-
rica-210,000 infantry and Wi,00(>
mounted men, and while he has not
captured the handful of Boers, ex-
presses himself as satisfied with the
progress of events.
The United States has proposed
that China pay to the Christian pow-
ers the sum of -r>,ano.00. "Take
the heathen for thine inheritance,"
was David's advice, and to this day
the heathen has no rights that good
people are bound to respect.
The Georgia farmers are euthusias- !
!ie in the cultivation of sugar arne
and cassava, and the convention htLd
-ecently in Brunswick \vi!l give an
impetuss to the zrowiug of those jiro.-
ducts. The Florida fairuimr- nmi-t
1lk to their laurels.

An educational bill has p.a- '
yrench 'haimbrr of Depu:i--. ii
till establishes a.i olhcial ball'%'A ,
all church schools, including thi- Jr-
-uit Collte by cl,*.itg the -i\x i! f .-r- t
vice, army. t.avv. and all goverlnlit-,it


effltsit. from prt sident to-c&rtibwomn,na.
against all sxneintt ho-t'.. duiatko.ill i
national govern i u t a s1 p r t t- I i
Fchools. "The t1:1ill jassed by a e-"


TiE -U I[ RULE.

The Sermon That is Not Oftei
Preached But Cannot be Preached
too Often.
i1 th,- Calvary Biptist clhur.ih, o
New York, recently. there wa.- i uut
U-t:'1 mleetinig. It- & 'pir[ ow w;ti t
4x 3 ,1t it- t AIof.v t r Vf ti t I *ild 'n Italh a
a I. is.l 4" huItn-i: bI'rot herhootd alit
a standard of living,. The meletiun
wa>s uinder thle nt:spiz;-es of the Bar,)t
a:d lB. ronu s- tie- Hirsch [Moniumen
A-,oeiatit)t, an association or-mui ie
to r*aite in New York a nJmemorial to
tho zelrser. .lewvi.-h fhilaitlhiropi-,s.
whli,,- Ibe-tfatrtio:ns were ,harLacter-
i/ed iv rni,-t ni.tatblet breallth of syui-
I pa1hy with all hutimanity.
The gathering was made up of per-
isons of varli'i' rvligioui. s I liefs, iite
of tlh4 .ponak.r- ieitig a Jewiih rabbit
andt another the Chinese minister,
WVu Iing'- Fali,a dicipleot C( fonfui ii..
Thero- was special propriety in lhis
prscun.e, because the goldenn Rule, as
C hristians know it, was clearly enunti-
i.ated by C onfurius in almost identit-
cei phrase centuries before the Chris-
tian era. As VWui Ting Fang rendered
liis precept into Englib., it is:
'-D. not do to others what you *,1
not wantit done unto yourself."
The address of4 tile (Confucia ap-
pears to have been the msi.-t notable
one of the occasion, the reports siay
inu that at its conclusion he had to rise
several times after he had taken his
seat to bow his acknowledgement- to
the continuing auhplause. Certainly
thii- was a straniige occurance in a
Chriktian temple. It can only be
said that the address merited :he tes-
timonial. It was the most devoted
Golden Rule speech that was made.
characterized, moreover, by the singu-
lar eat:dor anti graci4osnl.ess of style
that have won for the Chinese states-
men so great favor.
Some high mutual sentiment must
have posessed those present-and the
church was crowed to the doors-to
bring them to exercises which includ-
ed singing of the One Hundre Ith
Pisalm, a prayer by Ribbi Dr. Joseph
Silverman, and addresses bIy Chris-
tians. Jews and the eminent ('oifu-
cian, all keyed to the note of human-
ity, recognizing all nations and races
of men as under a common obligation
of justice. sympathy and helpful.
ness.
rr. Heber Newton. speaking of the
Golden Rule in business, asserted that
think rule ."is certainly not the basic
law of business in Christendom, de-


spite all the beautiful things we say
about Christ." We do not take him
seriously in this teaching:
"What an irony of history! Eigh-
teen centuries of Christendom. and
we might out for fame a uanu who,
when his workmen tell him there are
no rules in the factory, has the Uold-
en Rule printed and posted there, and
makes his men believe that be really
tries to carry on work according to
that rule. We lable him Golden Rule
Jones. One Golden Rule Jones,
myriads of Brazen Rule Smiths,
Browns and Robinsons."
He thought that, while men like
Baron Hirsch and Andrew Carnegie
are to be honored for showing how to
apply the Golden Rule in the distri-
bution of wealth, there will be higher
honor for the men who come after
them who will not. only spend their
money, but will make it, according to
the Goldeu, Rule. Speaking of com-
mon violations of this rule he instanc-
ed this one:
'Stock is watered so that compan-
ies can go on paying dividends which
the public would not justify them in
paying upon the actual capital in-
vested,' while they keep down the
wages of their workingmen under the
pretense of the necessity of paying
just interest in capital."
As we have intimated, the Chinese
minister made the most serious and
profound address. '"Racial prejudice
and religious tolerance are two mon-
ster+ of barbarism," he said, and hbe
went on to show from history -the
Crusade-, the Thirty Years' War, the
prosecution of the Huguenots und the
expulsion of the Moors from Spain-
the evils which these false sentiments
had wrought. Although tducatiou
and enlightum'ut have probably pre-
venti-d f ,r the comniug years such
who!'.~,te wrongs as thes-, he rte-
mniutned this audience that "there- art,
on the ~'atute .Looks of mary tou'-.
tries law- dirr-.ted ast.aiUit some pro
l,&e TI'h-- *'an!:t >te ,',i ,ui' -red itifact'ryv
Thl' -oot r lies l'a us are aII,tliht-d.
the ie er it wilI l-e for lh-pt -I '!" aiit
for mankind in gen-r.Al. as wll as f.
the pro.re--s of the nations."
"Tlen folI'we'I this retmarkat,!e ,. --


CI4AV --l'ars-'lyrecall a muar bI. wrtvi
f hbius arii her neigbtirson.rrel Won


During the 4,00 year. that China ha.-.


philant hropy."
That dis-ttinction between the-AvIae,
the civilized man aditu the highly civi-
lized man i. notable. Here is a China-
mian, it flower of Confutius,. one of
those whonm we seud missionaries to
convert to the precepts of Christian
faith and 'Christi-n ethics. utteritg itn
one of our own fales a 'philosophy of
humanity which sharuie-s ,ur conceit
of s'uplriority. But this wa<. ut all.
Continuing, he s-lid:
I Aron:ik the wise men of ancient
tiles who had the well-beinig of man-
kind at hlart wa-s tonfuciu4s. I am
not gi, to preach C(onfucianisiml
here. The brotherhooodl of man was
Sote ,of hi- teachings. (Confueius found
this noble do.trine the common nature
of mankin 1. The Hottentot, as well
as the Asiati. aud the European,
knows what is right and what is
wrong. Civilization Igives the Asiatic
and the European an advantage over
the Hottentot, but the Hottentot is a
man, and should be treated as a man.
No person can estimate the impor-
tance of this movement to eradicate
race and religions prejudice. It will
weld nations, governments and peo-
ple better than politics or family al-
hances. It will promote commercial
intercourse. It will retldue "he possi-
bility of war and enhance the per-
maneney of peace. The twentieth
century will be sigualizxd by the
grandest of human achievements
when the practiceof the Golden Rule
as enunciated by Confucius, 'Do not
do to others what you do not want
done onto yourself,' is followed by all.
It may be said that all Chinamen
are not like Wu Ting Fang. This is
true. Neither are all Americans like
Channing, or Sumner, or Lincoln, nor
all Hebrews like Baron Hirbch, nor
all Enghailmen like King Alfred, or
Bright, or Gladstone, nor aB negroes
like Booker T. Washlngton. What
then? The ram tha gave brth tol
such men, the education and region
that =mld them, are not to be light-
ly eatemed. They stand for ideals
and achievements toward which all
may strive, and, in their striving,
exert an influence for the elevation,


net only of their own race, but of all
races. The significance of such a
meeting to exalt the Golden Rule is
that it indicates a principle which
tends to community of life, to fellow-
ship in progress. to universal justice,
helpfulness and charity. It is needed.
--Boston Herald.


WIN Hes (MkC IM?
Not the house., however fine it may be;
not its furniture, pictures and appoint-
ments. The wife and mother makes the
home, and to speak of going home
means to go back into the shelter of the
mother's love and care.
And when womanly ills sap the
mother's strength, the hiome-life suffers.
The food is not cooked as she cooks it.
Everywhere t h e
lack of wifely
supervision a nd
Smotherly thought-
IA fulness is aP4arent.
~ What a change,
then, when this
4 wife and mother
comes back to take
4-'k-* her old place in the
( family. Thousands
of women who, he-
cause of womanly
ills. had been shut
Sof home life
.. 'nhi ome happi-
ncss. h a v e 5ee.n
enah'lel to once
.iore take their
pace in the famn::v ,.t r b. cured hv
Dr. Pierce's Fav,:.-t. I'rescnption. It
-stahlishes reult:-.-, dres w*-ak.enin
drains. .et.s ; im :r-. ion anld ulcera-
tion .1.1. cue-< rfe.ae weakness. It
.ake, we:k w.orren well.
t--'.- <.."., M --.. t: l!cn -r.. a 'ci

. -:l-. u-. :' I ar 't thank.- :l. a.
v:c -. i .-, n. .- th. it wa, -ou h
VOW- k; I .'-! : -, <'i r -C1Cnt :;-M,, oli


.._- ;i :r "': **'. ; .trod -t! ,' *n h,m. ,w-,rk, co k-


He finds that a few are renomo s, but
that the greater number are harmlew.
If he can overcome the prejudice as to
.Inakes, there is no reason why we can
not overcome the prejudice of race or
reiigiiou. e cantl do o Iby ac.qutitt-
ing ours,'!ve' with the language, cu,-
toim-) and' nitture of other people-.
Then our feelings will be correctly
nm di tiei. .
"The happine-s of one race canniiot
be secured at the expense of anothe-r.
There should le peace and happiness
amonz all races of mankind.
The ~'vage thinks only of self ami,
family. The v.ivilized man has his in-
terest bounded ly the community or
country in whi<,h he live., and the
highly .ivili/i.d man has sympathy
with every people. irrespective of
race or creed Su li lmeti were Abra- I
haru Linuoilu, Williain Ewart Glad-
stone. Alex.lander II. of Russi- andi
the LBaron atd Baroness de Hiria'h.
The hilihet form oit civilization is


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To grow strong. I "ul e I
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ofthem temld
JONIGA 9 sepueuum. RhCUUMI
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of the Liver, Kidneys and Blood and keeps the sv~rte in ;- riov,ct
Thousands cured after hav-ing been given uP')-V 0p--1, -4nL
I hare taken two br~ttle4tof Dr. Thachew *w-r el r s'ufol 4%%-,t, ~v, .44w~s,
good for constipationt than any other nwadwwe I haeu takes n '.n -I %. m -
MIt!. 16. U DA V bk 4 P, I N
yourn PV'aww1t xhi' pr.f. fnb. to Tiver d 5wwt Ovyip *ad ,.
Liver Medkife1 Irv or k rn "tbem- If be w&* t -~. I
for a oskager.or b ereta for a ttio Oka TTup1Vr~ e "SO-e'.te
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Ir. 'Villio- NbiotI'i(. 449jI up ;e
go. l t-rituig judgring 1-y tht- Is),iks -if

w, irk-. .airiy anid late. His corn aniti
4iat cr4Dosl9 lok us line a i* A1V in thi,

Mr. 11'. A. Siutifer has tlizii4hed
uaa''vi:i1 lii-m mill! and now hzas it in
'9?.u'rmtti)I again.


tier o~f : iloer trecs that have ilowzi
down uito:~ugl4)ut this se.'tiuwn during



i*Iatit~1throliughout this %ell!4)u of the
county.
Mii-Je"a"s ~eWtaver, auluiviC,'9 C.3
.M. Ilawkjins, i-,;baviii: a .-tvere!:k
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Saves Two From Death.
Our little daughter had an almo-s
fatal attack -of whooping cough an<
brouchitis," writes Mrs. \W. K. Havi
land, of Armonk, N. V., but wh t
all other remedies failed, we saved he.
lif with Dr. King's New Discovery
Our niece, who had comsunmption it at
advanced stage, also used I his wonder
ful amedicipe, and to-day she is per
fectly well." Usperate throat an(
lung diseases yeild to Dr. King's Nev
Di--overy as to no other medicine ot
earth. Infallible for coughs andold s
ro-c and $1 On bottles gauranteed h.
(Garrelt (Gerig. Trial bottles free. 0
Wedding at Orange Springs.
Mu .unduly night at 7:341 o'clock tin
:.''. ektganit marriage was so.,,nr,.
/.',i at the Metlhodist church a t lhi
plaee that has taken place in i uk.;
year'. -The uoutracting parties w r'
Mr. Will Timpkins, of lAx-hIl,-i
:a141 Mii bLui-e lorter, of this lla*-
At (:'10 o'clock the, doors :
chunrh were i, .tu(d 14 th( pii li(
tl.,- l:)u e wa-- t'" illed t .

.1;a y f 'lit .;r Ir ll0 -, at.d tl.vwhre were in
lt..li..-h i ts w rt thel l.bride '- ,--
;i,-i,!- atd r latitve- here.

.:la-:ig, an i< iurn,,abloti eflt'e-t Th-
:tr. L v,ts t'- lted' i; mll te(dia .l" :!i
f: .' : **. tl < :i i ii l mX 'I the w tdinr
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4., !i waI "eilp 'iiite td ill the l' irle.
.At lthe ai pointe h,,i r th, arrival 1.t- \. lil, e dII., I pIrty w .a nari rt' n'-e,! ,by
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th landt-uh zuId tle-Qs thle. intlaltwa-
ti')IIcauul be taken out an,; this ~tUlit're-
-lort'I to its no'rmial comidition, hear-
uinirwill Lh#--1t'e9troyed u1forev-r ; ninie
ca 'alLti4 ofteti are (eau,;tI ry (Catarrh
hic 114is 1uuochitglu.- :., aninfhntil'd (.0"

\N.e wilt' give* )zh ic 11idrser' Dolkqrs
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ALL KINDS OF

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IRN)X PIPES AND FIT-

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BLUE "l.AME 0OIL 6TOVES.


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.


Hubbard & Macduff,


Ocala, Fla.


SESPECIALY SELECTED AND
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PLANTING .
r. Refugee and Valentine Benn. Genuine
I'ermuda Oniou .-ed, Ceifli v ,s eS.uc-'eS- a_ S
" sion C.iabi.ge, Matckheas and Money-
k Maker Tainatoes. etc., etc.

c pete Stock f Fresh Field and Garden Seed Awaysu a.
ONLY CAREFULLY TESTED SEED SENT OUT.

STHE EXCELSIOR SEED FARMS,A
THE GRIFFIN BROTHERS COMPANY,
P. O. Box 533 B. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Box Catakogue free ,tLon application. .
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A trial will prove the quality


Bread is the staff of life; then get the best.


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The very best flour on the market


Sweet and Mild cured


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a e.0-0 frma -..l. n%~l ift I ai 0*~t I-
a'--I**#- cf uof A ut.ic .4 ho. tIe
i-iw e..t &agra-eIe andi *i.tvft L.iie-
saw
to, I j cg u tl ii
.S..'.91SedtA wo$ eilt-r tow-img. III,-

TunI IU 4. No.SIgo-l sald bai 'cive
*$Pwvq posAw ~at tbw Paris EIp-.j."It~cze
am"G4A IWIM oatISut hla &In Ep.'.ilior,"'
11W Ovashoipor 4 bOWPSat) Lu is :.-
read ugmwe"% allvarietkvn '4st ges
6t scafly wIc est 'gualtleti e I, toy
GOMt646c 4Ins4, maauturulv. heut-umau-
turni-..'. hw-k. gwm.vtsva.rryt-o rmage.-
ffs".e.qOW 14ha;.a0t-, IcieS-le

f4iswtvoegwg. e'b.-ny a-odl, etv.
Th. %ie'*e- *i-I thi,- %itsiiIe..-are-


SO FLTERS AFFORD PURE WATER?

The C urt of Final Appeal.


I'vdicf. fimrtley. ,i,-h#nid?-t to Brmokilvt
1 1 1:1 1 1 ,f i c; a l f l i ( '- L a.* g r I s j W t k -i l

C.. I,..4Currier, M. D)., -New Yi-ii,11
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awl .~i.u o e isueit-nh. e :tid tk-e~p
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IY -eei-i?'ii like 'Ittfizming

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A !uritazi Water Si ill will givcv you

It. Cl. 1Lovi:cmeip(-i-. Agvnat.


*AN41lliLflIZ UPSTMONIAL..
XV --Imt~e jiur(hasedI rron Mr. L~i. -
c-retd;...'41m. 4cf the -Pure'Witter Still-
ft 94ji iad th-t, it toorm'all that i. -Iop-e cued

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O)F IIs[EA'1:.
f ltIsmr-m Smaart, M. ID., mays: A AM
4*90iiVIuctrd that the pres-aletive- of mea-
Iar.is i largely dtue to ill#- 'tater we
drink."

Waterf it-, at the L zt hai't- o'tf the
ill" ln th t &-hIi-i'heitr t4?. We *eau
lmprt.t'that u2Iltypchoidis, zz.-trly all
utealaicial.I 1011tarct.e'cU?. awloeirgsosiv i'-cli


aw.. ..: tiel '..e '6- 4 114 13e.g-1 ui.-liL :640%4t cto 1) VA t st ~a.10Il.lNtj wq X11%
usa. 1. W ill sO,-trLIA-A.1. 40*1,1 0-e. 1y ill'%% fIMAI, -I I A 1.1 l .Wk: F r II C E'i

sa~t ,.4~- I Cr. j. N. 'Fosker. '. he aji)-g, -
li h t .' X I i.- % 3n1vI I,% t., I'I. eaa. 1 1wm (vri-g' Ijlii't-a i itt- of Icuri-
Fhw iA:1. ~-1 'a',* '-st .III flt.u 't-i t' lcFlit- f ii getg tl.- ki'lza'14-Vs ti'lju-
M~'~ ii-..lt% a4. .c Ci*$Ile li a-jl-je.1ingI;* llg- gli.-i ;VI et-, lilelate kig
ae dI t 1 &. 1t11 '.II r!@. 4-c'e- !"141i ti o ? at- w. ,%--@e- *- .,m ttr- r f cite t.',. -3 et-lii. Iure
a ,' s- & vt p.,rfl 1- 41 A-. t u~t-cr fi: :ui-i'" (I-t-'s I!u oill-
Mr I f ju11.Ii catti .' .r :- Itt- .owmghjt itesiileratuua.'

Me- ball, tsi&**,f.', i a- e. ,lot a e I- *. Y.s-m%-: I"There. i!.-only one way
111111011331116 U W il&.lltaelbs,. pracical cstMiff ituit-xii ~'i-a'liIatoo iit tliO
int-to os ti.awlies,4. uself#l.- thie. lfueter 1i t Iaa'v jlour.,ta-'ar.r, an~lthat? 1-i hy !Ic-.
ot as n admuetry "loat I- deftlit"Ietiotetillation."
Sook. ltoe ev. ustr a. fau.'sU' 4tile Tile rve-efrsrated Dr. Ja-,. It. Ja;!k-
0.1mpwtw fl46trietal (of IaIn lwie -.oil, [)ahvili.% N. Y., fsays: -The puro-
rftd"W. -.4. water ine New York state i- inf6-
Om Arcoion thwManic- ("ftye'ff.1 strauei ricer 14ic al"ill.toedwater."
Is b.w daid f hum cie -fToal~abareeejE. A. 1''.haaN1. U., !.muy-.:
Ibmr m ew saw dustu-*.-vovi sinugit Iin-"h-o''ert i.. w u "04ofU-~t i'l &ut-tlet elii-
le U& dot am owittly eehoonfg Ilonidstilled water i-z theltr-il-t remetly iniit ea

4% bemw toI.the ,himseeolt*' tal!.tot' I I-altlz ('t11111: l~~~
as Sndum Mes Mind ster I- thit- BIOS! Iile-di4'itle tl-Ait 'tifl
Ifblt bad ilsbIig piles. They're to I'i ,te-r IlIire-.),%1,tul.'
rolby asayuing; ltaut Sueica's Arnic-a Wafre i mllis for stale Ivy
~iw W curethe .~ ofR. C. Lae1VEHIlKiE, ARt.
san iten. It lha. ound tbensmud& .11--i l--..cEIVEI) A NEW IA)T iOF-P'URE
Pao~risaoie, pamsiss brodilyeruaptkins "t ATER TlLL'.%;
WaIt% w salvv is the worl. lPrice Lhrt'st frink in death any longer.
buS ". Clow eugararntewd by 4 iwrrtt Wit,, oe of P thewe stills you can make
and w* noggoo.the' h ardet-, fcouleetitwater soft, pure
Lo~bw emn gpps.and ddtllcous. The eost is small, the
The nslaM11ager iq-in revi''-lt of Cei'w-els-(all at Whaley's
as ill I imig auer ehow.Han.. J Ut, fruit *tafid antd see them, or, if you
U1. LmuGG enmaulgrernLI at ( Alsre o, rvier, I'll take pleasure in exhibiting
DRe. abutabesetiot 4L t sa ime in oltersation in your home. Op-
"ebbs.ad It 1@6 am oingto eratiots very simple, reqjuiring very
Owe he e b"10 f *5 ankielittle attention.
It umoleho aj.M Sepur Eling water at best but kills the
oroftepuhliemui a nirv and water easing through
(ona Clmer! IAg isbavng the lvit-st 'f filters In often the worme
noW ezes'mc ta wsteancient. for it, unlestq the fitters are fltreueuatly
eft f (he* ut .e pas a"Mmi tatoreiiyo-d. and wb~o does this?
9varor" n alove anrelybalpy e- Ysurs, for good healtb,
amswneNoew pope W an-It. C. LOVHEIIX;E.
h iswave bob. Try as head as be THlE DOCTOBS
ayteThe result, 1fe erom.i. Ois alwys tOw A cuc c~OlaoonoeIhing like'the
now-'rballow (allowr. feliktwing otoeurred iin (Niala ju4 re-
**.- omask.te 11Wfedhlswine l:.t r-i
*am Mr. 11,000'huleeuasst letter: [ksm-tot, would you ad't'it the wtee
'-Juim' lelf 0a ..-Ntu#7 640 1 wo- A ifodisntilledwater fiqr drinking?"'
baiwdatsit 4hsfthn. hbut sooI amanfit IuN %Dnuoer--oMy family has leeeu us-
umy..-. od earn th0e11w 4"luokoetfol' % 10'ing oFit for four yeasm.We have a Pure
Pooli'hwl .I am otue ~lst isgwuu ull PUYA IOY3*Water Still and would not lIsart with
wilaalaca"t soy rutd"e- 1.olIr'ias -r1M lit. Every family should have. one."
PmemtN*P .-ofthee tI~wi at titusf I ia111I#The %awe .1uestiou was t.sk4 a1
m, ft. "au~rvcr, uasoloVvoly that I Va either gehcyttician saidlhe a- strongly
im" t .0c '..e4tutisto ,.tMaflwr i ny pr-ermwended the use of distilled wa-
Gooiseaftelhighly ..stsmcaaed(I lt-ted, tit;ter&asfi'r. 1. had done."
m*1 eiloaer off to.th. h-ala Brnnry. tr
l~ HI. e..t-smte. ou.Jobi ~:To The Publio.
11-mrds-. Wool...%' K. Z.wnd~ke alg.l TLe- tjruae.4of S. H. Beujamiu & Co.,
446eour dtfgwuov&4 fod -..etimerva." -all11o e.WezitOug at Alicanopy, will ter-
"With Ilolmtst "N.all ad the eann.-~t flail~e' 011 July 1st Icy limitation, and
hap. thtb@yo" masy l veIato Ire notepmid ja!. We- ar.'e voemit-aplatluig some
*4ftfw ,rtbc gvidist audantlal,' cir (latllg" 14) II.'flladt', we' will offer tour
664%' ill- *rtewiig.s" eat- f r' V'i'ILA bI. irV .1ti' W Poinira and t eulimer stock-,
tid go, 11w fttoter gescif-atrtir- a..f ise4tlI of dry gtiffiis, skirts, waistts.
'sejj allgeeverur'eeet, rewali. :fitwa", clothing, fshace", ,etc., at actual
Sim-4Imly ou". ar.-!. &.eginuijag, March N1t, 14.#Ol. Come
J10O. 41I..a.ad ;et tthle-se rhealo, waiaouahlegoeeds.!
%---------------as-_Ar fonno a i~'en.nTurnei


A. K. HAWKES choi
The Famous Atlanta Optician V., -

V'F


if ully, a


RECEIVED


GOLD MEDAL
Highest Award Diploma of Honor.

Established iss. .


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v' -~i~z~h c te( -Fref,.

C~iaudcon! Hiwkc-sGl..' ei-are never


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X ANUFACTURE


ijIKXH. tISASH. BUIND6.
MWLDMING MWD
BUILDINGS* MATERIMl
Window aad Famq Glass AISWllyt
Purchawe our make, which w*.
iguartn tete. uperier to any sold
mhf)th a'~r- hfireby tiave
Money-


Street.
CHARLESTON,


iU opposite Canamo

C.


I)O HOTEI


h '.QGEACUULLM~, Propietars,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.


Largest anmd Leading Open

All -the- Year-Round Ho-


tel in Florida.


I.AR(.E SAMPLE BOOMS


It \TES St.54) TO $4.00.
t1 j'W-emal rates hiy the mouth during
the summer.





Salary --U

M-tn and women of good address to represent
us, some to travel appointing agents. others for
local work looking after our interests. $900
salary guaranteed yearly: extra commisions
and expenses, rapid advancement, old estab-
lished house. Grand chance for earnest man or
woman to secure pleasant, permanent position,
liberal income and future. New. brilliant lies.
Write at once. 3-i 6m
S TA OD 1321M1,
22ChuIchT Now at COML




f$'S


Meeting of the Medical Examnilir
Beard.
Trhe next regular meetium: of the
Medi,'al Ex.%nmining Ra-mrd of the
fifth district of Florida will hi- held at
the ofi-.,s of MeKinstry & MeKin-
stry in f(-inesville. Fla, cN May 1.5,
1901. GK-:o. E. WELCH, M. D.,
4-12. Secretary.

Teachers' Examliati->s
Are made easier by taking the Tablet
Home Study lessons. Common.
Higher and Commercial branches are
thoroughly and successfully taught by
mail. Seven years of success. Write
to I. I. Himes, Palatka, Fla., for fur-


ce Vegetables

Spring high prices.

. Ulicm success-

fertilizer con-


taming at least 8"'

Potash should be used.


bioiks furnish useful iriformnatirn on
:1!1 i-ubjccts rc jatirig tu
cr'p rax'-uing They ar-


GLZMIAN' KALI Ok.*7 i
93 Nas'.aieStreet,
New Vor~k. $


COMMISSIONER'S SALE

N OTICF I4 TIFREY GIVEN THAT UN-
tdlzr tned I" virtue of a certain order made
by the Hi.oriab'% W. A. Hluoc r j:td, of Tih .
Circuit Couit for the Fifth Judicial Circmut of the
S.tPt of F-!lri-Aa. in and tfor Maroin County. on
th1. 2lrd day of .March. A. i)., :aI in the matter
of application r, WALTER F. WARNOCK as
admini-tra:tor of the estate of T. I. l.ivingstou.
deceased. of petition to the jud .: of the Circuit
Court of the lF'ith Judicial Circuit of Florida. tn
and for Citius County. to sell ctrt ii real estate
located in the co;:ntiesof Marioni and Citrrv. he
longinz to the I.tate of the -aid J. TI. Livings-
ton. decei-ed>!. 1.r the. payment of debts against
the sa"l e-:ate. ,!'*e oirders:gned c',nnmisits i r
appointed i n i-aid ciJ.dr t-)eIl th.- rcal estate
therein d( cried, located in the County of Ma-
riou, S.at- of Florida, will on
.lay 6th, .4. D. 1901o,
between the hours of Ii o'clock a:. t.. and 2
o'clock p. in.. in front of the .sonth door of the
court house in Ocala. Marion county. Florida. at
public outcrv to the highest and best bidder for
cash the following described property, to wit:
The northwest quarter of the northeast quat ter
of sectisn 2t. township 17 south, range 2o east,
Marion county, Florida.
S. T. SISTRUNK.
3-. e As Commissioner.

CITATION.

In tcunty Court, MarionuCounty, Florida-By
the ConntyJJaudge of said County.
WHERFEA, J. C. MATHEKWS HAS AI'PPLIED
to this court for letters of administration on
the estate of JOS. D NETTLES. deceased, late
of said County of Marion.
These are, therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
decay sed, to le and appear before this court, on
or before the
.th Dih of May A. D, 1Pw,i
and file objelctioa-. if any th.eyv have, to ,the
granting letters as aforesaid, otherwise the
same will be granted as prayed.
Witness my'name as contitv t.;de of the
county aforesaid. this and day of Anril. togi.
(Se.a:} ". HL'I.LOCK.
4 .5 County Judge.

TAX DEED NOTICE.

W H-RV'AS. E. W. GILLES HAS PRESENT.
ed to me tax certificates No. 40o4. sale of
April 4. iiSi. covering the following land in
Marion county, Flu:ida. to-wit: Orange grove
tracts Nos. 21 and 22, Silver Springs Park, to
acres. and upon said certificate ha-. demanded
from me a Tax Deed.
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice. unless redeemed, it
is my intention to isne a tax deed to the said
lands.
Dated Mtarch it, pjou.
[Seal] S. T. STSTRVVK.
3-22 Slesk Cirectt Count.

SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DITEIST NOTICE.

VE TH.-: I-NDERSIGNED CITIZENS AND
taxpayers of the the following described
territory will on the first Monday in May A D.
i90i, present to the board of public instructions
this petition asking the said board to call an
election for the purpose of creating a special tax
school district to be known as the Citra special
tax school district, with bo- sdaries as follows,
via:
Commencing' at the southeast corner of sec.
tion ii, township 13 south, range 22 east. run-
sing north to north boundary o! Marion county.
thence west to range line dividing ranges i and
22, thence mouth to the southwest corner of sec-
tion 7. township 13, rnge 22, thence cast to point
ofbeginning
R. C. Douglass, J. i' Borland P. S Alderman,
J. Shearouse. A. J. Douglas% S. H. Hall. A. C.
White, J S Wyckoft H M Oyer. Henderson
R. Harvey. Frank Danmels, M. A. Riche. E. L.
Wartmann, T. P. Harrison, T. 1t. Gibl's. .a t


W E, 1P UInIMRSIGNED CYrjFEnS AND
tax payers of the following describeJ terri-
tory, will, on the Srnt Monday in Hlay, A. D.,
14o1, present to the board of public instruction
this patiti..n. asking the said board to call an
election for*the purpose of creating a special tax
school district, to be known as Weirsdale special
tax school district, with boundaries as follows,
viz:
commencing on ine of Marion and Lake
counties at the southwest cor of east half of sec-
tion 34, township 17 south of range 24; running
due north to northwest corner of southeast
quarter of section o,. township 17, south of
range 24 east; thence due west to waters of
Lake Weir; thence following the waters of said
lake in a southwesterly direction to center of
west line of section 6 township z7. south of
range u east; thence due west to northwest cor-
ner of southwest quarter of section 14, town-
shio 17. south of range 23 east; thence due south
to southwest corner of section 35, township 1s,
south of range 23 east; thence due east to south
west corner of east half of section 34, township
17. south of range 24 east, being the point of be-
ginning.
Frank Lytle, Alexander Wynne, W. Anlsopp,
T. B. snook. Geo. E. Snow, L. S. Squier. W. C.
Black. E.. L. Upham A. S. J. MtcKe :ny. E. L.
I.ytiee R. S. Keley, Van P. Kelsey, R. M Robin-
on. V. H. Lytle.


SAM9mISTIATOI'S 2TOTZGN OF APPI.CA-
I TION FR FINAL DISCHARGE.

N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
n undersigned, a- administrators of the estate
of JAMES B. CAMPBELL. will on the
:9th Day of )t.f'tI. .i .1 */.
I make final return r-f his ace'ou:.t- a:,l a-,k a di.-
Scharge from his a<1iunistrtor-.hip of -aidl estate,
in accordance wi'ti the law ii :uc-h cae.-, madc
and provided.
Th'i- inth Apri'. A I. 9)t. i .
S<:HARIES -. WVHITE:. A,.mr .
I *: :.mn Est. of !mnies B CahIil. ne deceased.




9SAWr -w rv w'T WWTOTHI R'fIT A AAN.D


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In the'C.rcuit Court of the Fifth Judi;ial Circfa
of Florida, in a nl for Marion County.
To Bessie IH. .McCnnell and A! Other Perans
Interested:
Y U AND AClH (IF YOU WILL TAKE
notice that a writ "' attachment his this
day been levied uponu th.t certain property of
yours in Ocala. Florida. described as follow;
.ommencintg 7,, f et we.t of the northea-t corner
of lot o10. Caldwell' addition to Ocala. running
thence south 104 feet. w-st 70 feet. north 1o4 feet.
east 7o fe-t, to sali.fy ; claim of Sy,5.! due the
Comminercicl Mank, Oca-la Branch. a corporation
organized and exil.tiu under the laws ot Flori
da: these ai" there. '- to command vou to be
and appear lw-.orit .,d circuit court in Oas..
Florida. ou
Afooday, t,, : i, d'.* ,fjuly, .4. D., s:s. ,
or':judgm'ent by you and stald pr. ^:.; will be sold t. -.tLisfy said
debt.
Given rider mny hard. nd official s--, this else
4th day of Mart -.. k I. i. 1i.
(Seal) S.T. IST';TkNK.
Clerk Circ':it Court
W. K. Zcwad.ki. At'y fourlpaintiff. k$

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SPBIAL
LEGISLATZON.

IN Pr'RStANIC- OF SHCTIrIN TWF-TV-.
one. of Article 3 of tte .constitution of Flori-
da. utntice is hereby given that it is the intention
of the Board of County Commissiccn. r- .f Marion
county. Florkla. to apply to the next agi.lature -
of the state of Florida, which convenes at T1all-
hassee on the 'nd day of April, A. Ii. 190 fr
the passage of a spedcil bill or .kw cuto6riag .
the said county of Marion. through its Board ot
County Commisioners. or =i canection with
any adjoining county that may be interested. to.
construct and build tor public w., is conaectisas
with the public roads of said -cmnty. a bridge
over and across the Witbla eochee river at or
near Stokes' Ferrv. an4 a brtide over anm acmae .
the Ocklawaba river at or near Staske' KPerry,
and a bridge or bridges at such other pbine
over and across said rivers is sild.-cnat of- Ms-
rion as in the dermeetion of said amd C.I3My
CommissioMersT may be deemed-nceaery. Thl.-
said bridge or bridges to be provided with bam .
ble draw. and subject to the approval of chief
engineer and secretary of war, as provided by
the laws of the United States in relation to the-
construction of bridges acres aAvigablk
streams
tOrdered by resolution 4f th-e Board of o nty
Commisioners of IMarioj county. Florida.
pased at the regular meeting of said Baard -.
the 5th day of March, A. D., 19o1.
[Seal] T. .SISf RUNK
3-8 Clerk Bd Co. Coin. Mariot Co., Pa.

NOTICE

IS HIIRFBV GIVEN THAT UNDER AND B19
virtue of a final decree redered by the Hoo.
W. A. Hocker, judge of the rienit aenrt for the
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Floride Marion county.
in chancery, on the -s5th day o Jnuar. A D.
19or, in a certain cause therein -a-img. whereto
MARY HICK and ULIZABiTX. PEiRGUZON
are complainants, and EDWARD ROOT anad
LILLIAN 0. WILLIAMS and husband, N. L.
WILLIAMS. are defendants, aad wherein the
undersigned was appointed to execute saMid Ma
decree. I will on
Afonday, Ike 6tM dayof MAy A. D, ,o,
in front of the south door of the eert house in
Ocala, Marion county. Ptorida, between the
hours of ii o'clock a. m., ad 2 o'clock p. m., of-
fer and sell to the highest aad beet bidder for
cash. at public outcry, the folowiag described
mortgaged prewiws. to-wit: CoUmencing at the
northeast corner of fractioal black 4a. old sr-
vey of the sown of Ocala, rning thence south
feet, thence west 224 feet, theace orth 7S
feet, and theace east ar feet to oiat of beIa-
ninag. all in Marion coaty, Florida, or so much
thereof as may be aecesry so saka*i id mat
decree and coats of suit.
T. UI. IGGS.
Special Malter in Chancery.
Carlos L. Sistrunk,
solicitor for Comphaiants. 4-5


U NI)ER AND ST VIRTUE OP A CERTAIN
order granted en the ath day ad March. A.
Y' rToi, by the Hon. Robert Searkl as coaty
judge in anl for Mario m y, floia. in the
matter ,;f the estate of MAIMA JON.8, de-
ceased. I, the undersigned, doly appolted as
commisciontr thetia, hereby give Wte that
The Uh day of May, A.D, f,
the anime bhting the first Monday is said monh.
I wi.l oftar for nale and sell at pblcauctioD to
the highest tiund cst bidder torgash. In fret of
the souttl door of the court homee at Ocala. the
following de-c-ibed real property astheprop-
erty in ft: simple of M.art a Jon' at the time
of her death. and .located in Marion co ty.
Florida. vie: Lot lettered G" oN that mIa or
piat made by T. M. Rickards of Joseph Cald-
well's sub-d:hv'sin of the Alvares Grat, said
plat :eio9R recorde-d in thb. public records of Ma-
r.on county. Pdorida. in d-ti book lettered *"K'
at page 74:. fsid lot b't:ng snore particularly de-
scribed ia hounded on the north by lots lettered
"-0'' and P'." aand on the south by lot lettered
- X" as ,hov. n y ',aid plat; less, however, fromi
the above ten-acre tract. six acres on the east
-ide thereof sold by the said Martha Jone a
her lifetime to AugiuAa P Brow,wileofChantes
M. Brown, thus leaving four acres remaining as

the property of the said Martha ad
which I will offer tor sale under and by virte tof
the order a foresaid.


NOTICE.

In pursuance of Chapter 4,q9. Act of 1F99 of
the Laws of Florida notice is hereby give that
it is the intention of the BoaNr of County Com-
mnis'iriers of Marion county, Floriri '.t t'e
refalar meeting ot the said Board which con-
v'-ies on the first Monday in July. A. I). :coi,
to make a levy of forty cents on the on ',%.n-
drrd dollars worth of property, to be levied and
as-es,.ed against the taxable piopery, 1:1 the
s.aid county of Marion for the yea"- g9o:. rnd
the money so raised to lie set a-id:- as2 a road
fund to be used in the construction. improve-
ment and maintena:nce of the public ro ds
cu!vert. and bradgts of the said county of Mar-
ion, and in the purchasee of such imtilements,
tearn the use of and sale keeping of the convkt force
as may be found necessary in the proper carry-
ing out of the work upon the public roads of the
said county, and for the employment of such
additional labor as may le deeded necessary.
Ordered by re-solution of the Board of County
Con.ni;-;'m,>ner- of Maarin county, F!onida, pas
sed at tht rTetul.r relting of said Board on the
5th day of Al.tch, A. ). 1901.
.. T. SISTRUCNX,
Clerk of {:1,a-' of County Cmcnmifioners o
Mal ,r tlon'i:-. Fl'r::ia 3-22


KOTIC3. -.

UHFRE.AS YlIAT CKERTAiN "LOT Ok.
T ,-ircl 'a L id;I a .nd li,.:.g -iuate in
the c(trpor.ite ~~u'- of:he .ity o O,.,alh. M:arima
county, F'.ri.ia. knowii and dtlscribtd as fo '-
low-?: Commencing 159 ft east of nwccr of Alva-
rez Grant, thence c- 3 3t It, n 4' 30'. e 9 chs. a
o, e 2 3 chs 117 .-ohs. w c ll. S o1. w 1 137? ch.
e 70 link-. s -AL3- t P to p ns i oft beginning hba-
acenmulated thereon a large hb(!v c,f wartr-
forming a pond! .nd
Whereas. said pond, hy renasn of t-.,e waer
r'-inatning therein, has bercoime a ,-otrct- of w,
h,.:.llthliness to the inhabitant- vI tic city o
Ocala. and
Whereas. the city council of th,? :'i' city of
Ocala deemii- ii nic-- i;. fo the '-r.-ertatitti o
the pur'ic ne':h r'" ..:ii c:ty lth.t .A M. pond
shoui.d1 hl: raih:,i Iwe it the;- before
A.!,./-.+,!. That het :-:i'l >ord Io-* rainedd and
that the lteir- ;o T. M4. t'oc.k.r and Geo. W.
lirownv. ,-.ter- t)., anid. ,oUt .r ar ci ol
gi oi.nd above des.ri .-d he andJ they r- hereby
*;irected to ditcl., Jrai:e said pot: ,r other-
wi-e renirve the ; .'r. ;l'.i'stioni f mi'.'ter thrreon
with:;i. th:r-y ,'v..- fi-ir., this ate in order that
there i.ny 1:t; e ,.t- .''cums:lrat: z* ,I wates
thereon
Dated tocal:, Fla., ?.Iarcah 3, o
L. DOZIER.
3-S.-. S-!al Clerk city of- Ocala.


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THE OCALA BANNER, APREL 19, 1901.


ad this t.a Christian Land!
The following extracts, taken from
the testimony in the coivivt scandal
In Hil-t,,'rogh county, ohlected by
the Tantpai Timi,. ape:ak for them-
selves.
Who believes that hell is- w.r.e than
a covnict '.,'*'ipi
Sorely a Mrs. Natiomi i- ne(,ded iu
Florida to lead a crusade aguiust this
evil which is a blotch on our religion
and our civilization.
Why are the pulpits, wo loud against
card parties, dancing nod slot ma-
ehines, so dumb about this festering
evil?
We confess that we cannot, under-
stand it.
These item, collected by the Tampa
Tiame, bad as they are, is no new rev.
elatioa but is a continuation of an old,
eldetory:
Bead them and hold your breath
while doing so:
"Three emaUl boys, ranging from 9
to 13 years old, e.nt up for throwing
stea0M and breaking a glass. window,
were brually whipped and cut to
pieces, sometimes more than once a
day, became they could not dip the
required number of buckets o tine. 4 1
"The whipping boas then procured
a chain, Ieked one end around Ar-
nold's neck and the other end around
the horse'* neck and dragged him off
in this maauer. .
"He tried to beg 3ff, but finally laid
down to tie whipped. I thought the
la-h would cut him in two. After he
had been cut four times Miller began
begging piteously and Smith made
others com- and sit on his head, legs
and arms When he got through
Miller's back and legs aud rumip look-
ed like jely. All the skin was cut offer
and he wa. s asked in blo')d.'
T. B. Brown, the fir.t man examiln-
ed, was sent up on the 8th of Febru.
ar%, for thirty days, for IeLty lareeny.
Was whipped five tiu e atid l,:dly
mu'ilated, a. the sears on hi. tIoly
shw, xnA r-Teived a sttrioum wotuntd
on the ltg ''y an atx wit, w-hii'h his
shackles w-re clhopj,e oIl w i hlie.i.
tiue expiir'-l. Th ie 'i lf- h!*V* Wti
lw-kedl o.. ,.t are 1 ,r.( h hd ,, n.
.Sv,.- ral tht meni tot f ;i,- whip- ,
pin r of th.- ,voiann rcfer:e'l '., -y Jimu
Miller. Th-y smid shlit. wa :-ick illn b(,
and was 1.tkinlg to a llegri man oni4 a
Smnuday timlit. That one of the guards
ordel-rvel hI-r to liush arid threatened to
whip her Whent the whipping boss
cim.- tha. ,;ightt the guard reported
the matter and the woman was whipp-
ed otn her ,tck. When they stopped
wilipping I1,-r she exclaimed that she
would report the matter as soou as her
teri expireI and she wa- whipped
again.'


Ca' Lbt a Dreadful Cold.
Marion Kooke, manager for T. M.
Thompson. t large importer of line
milliter3 .-* 1658 Milwauk-e avenue,
Clhicago. s:,ys: "Duritn the late se-
vere weath-r I cauhlit a dreadful old
whlo-h kl-L- m,- awake at iighit atnd
liaale me :er Il it. tt:ei.dl : my work
dur in: lt ,e day. One of r,.y milliuers
Ui -. I .:'.; t'htan.;l.ert':t;ii 's oughh
l ,: :- r.'r ..- vzt'r <',!d at. t ia t time
Ia icli m- -. tll'!' t(o re-. ve ;,-" ) qujii. -
\" ",'a I i',,lht ,-on, e for ty ,'!f. It
,E' !;'.,- .mt.i, ?* I t'a'tll to ill-
Ir-ov.- :.t ,'t.o I ailm 'i ;ov entirely
well atI* t-eel very please1 to ac-
kuowledge its merits." For sale by
the Anti-'lornopoly Drug S.:oe. in
.Th State Fair.
The timeoasd.the place for holding
the state fair, have been selected.
Jackemviltk'h the place and Novem-
ber 19, 20, 21. tand 22 the time.
Ja-*aonvitkt-will give liberally to
make it a ,oeeW Fifteen thousand
dollars have been promised and no
doubt that uam will be raised. It ie
expected Wtat a large amount will be
re- liz-d from grate receipts, and the
dire-tors of the association feel justi-
fiel ib, offering a laige premium list,
and will make it to the interest of the
f rmt.rs, -.toik raisers acd muanufseitur-
erm o to n' r-presented at the fair in
bit s.hstpe.
If to*e -plople of the state will pull
Wt,,r*th,-r :i unit, d1iu ,way with
p t.V jentHousie an Sd .'ctionalism,
ful'y dermtinued to t1 actuated
solely with patriotic state pride,
thi. fNir will be a suCtHss in
every iarticialar, and of ubstantlal
and l*Nsting benefit to the whole peo-
qle of the state.
Rev. Young J. Allen.
This distinguished ('hine.-e mission-
ary is again on a visit to the United
States IH? is now in Atlanta, the
guest of lhI.s daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Artrhur Alleni.
Dr. A;,en will attend the forty-sixth
seion, fif:y-sixth year, of the M.outh-
ern HPtptist Coniven:ion at New Or-
-Jet~ N May 10rn, and will then return
to (Georgi.A. He will att.'n i the ecu-


to


Tlr.e3 were lo-aer togethsor hin slavery
than theyfl~ave been iizee. Oid-timnie

t)0.115ervatt-ol lby t wo ,itli- f~
Very l-.1 "I it 4 dliy Ipa a %v:.:a N. A -i ii-
vde go-nerati'.n of fo'-elori h Ia, pj'Io-
duc(eol inOs~i!rewmt-, 'oiir;tanid pjr.
udice. a calolt.' s lj-1,&It- tle ti
counjim, gewn~t tioolc'will 'ce -epa~ratv'l
by active l&:r'-d zan,! l h-wility. 'tI'l
coudition(of the up1-noi- ntOive'alt-u ji i-
ful, and his prosjoet-1-i for thr fiatire
are dark andi lloomyv. Ilici-e i.: ioosui-
lution for the probolemt. Uwiles it is
dealt from the standjoui t t of rew-M i
and experience withou t prejudlive or
fanaticismm'


The Metropolis and the Convicts.
The thought of stripingm men.l i
women and children who are convi,-'t-
ed of petty crimes, and irutaily ;ieat-.
ing them and leaving,',ar for aion,- hs
afterwards is too revolting to **oi'erm-
plate. If there is no wlher wa; of
stopping this inhurna.. tiea't i,'. t ,'
legislature now in n.--- .'n i -<';il -
aplpealed to. to saV, i1 mm:4.,4"*
tli .'tatt- frolni v'l <':. r ... ,, '
o-t-'d i T I -
ct'lly w.ro i.g wit, ,,- "* .. *'I-ift- --
in th,. *,ta:++- ;.ii 3 .'i r 'enr f i+ .. .
--a.. k .-on 'Ib, ti ) !


Colored Stata Te rchr. *':: ,.
''The ll ov* l : ; 1 m)1
!'alatkat next TI' l l"
will lte g}ivt-n ot .'t r a:L.' i! : ay- lh.:d-
ing to that city.
Congressmn'tl Davi- .::. i .r the
address of welcome.
Prof. T. des Tucker, of T.ai:,li ss--e,
will respond on behalf t.f Hi teach- I
ers.
The programme is elalt.,rAte :smd in-
teresting.
Professors Hartwell, stNe.arl, J. I,.
Wiley, Mrs. H. W. Chandler and
Rev. W. A. Wilkerson, of this county,
occupy prominent places on the :..,me
"Take cart of the pennies and the
pounds will take care of themselves."
Large things are but an a:ggregatiou
of small thing-. If we take eare of
the small things we are in effect tak-
ink care small thirigs combide to make Take
care of what you eat, when you eat,
and how you eat, and your stomanlch
will take eare of itse.lf. But who
takes care of such trivial things?
That is why. someday, the majority
of people have to take care of the
stouma-h. When that day comes,
th-re is no aid so efec.ive in undoing
the results of past carelessness as Dr.
Pierce's (olden Medical Discovery.
It strengthens the stomach and re-
stores the organs of digestion and nu-
trition to a condition of healthy ac-
tivity It cures biliousness, heart-
burn. flatulence, indigestion, palpita-
tion, dizziness, cold extremities and a
score of other ailments which are but
the symptoms of disorder in the stont.
aeh and its allied organs.
A colony of Finns are being located
in Tenunesse. They will 1.urh-,ase


Business Education

Free

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METROPOLIS


%t iivich a-ti, one ko q r i ', t r. i" b iv a
FREE SCHOT.ARMIRIP tor either nook-
ikeepicog 'ro Sh~rthaofil ianthVicA M"-evHu.ines.-
4College 0ofaek'-,,:k )r *t,- terminal Ileicing


rihe oims t .~~ fl1rze~t lio.t
will receive a FREE SCHOT.AIR'Wfp-
uillinot itt, oa r~lai o.d lo(gndga nvhrr -maort hand -L r


IHo'k kecpcnt,4.
AI IINIWOME:ATLt14
Lo'- ii'f v) m -t r% a Lr rwc i~
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1 ;. ::;gi-:,) t of W agons',
S'. I'i i 'I tw o 11' 11 with
,., -,. :, '- to unload.
', ". .shipml '- it, wasn't it'.
A : :tI S;il of wa.-i.... were they?'

White Hickory
Wagons.
We 1.ought the White Hickory be-
cauwte we buy the best wagons we can
find, and we could find none as good
as the White Hickory. They cost us
more than other so-called "first class"
nmakes-in car load lots it amounts to
a great deal more. But they are the
b-st and we must have them. We
have never sold one that did not give
entire satisfaction, and those who buy
thorn will tell you so.
This was without a doubt the best
as-ortment of wagons ever shipped to
Ov.la. We have every size of one and
two horse wagon, and every size of
two and four-horse turpentine gear.
Whedfwe say every size we mean it',
We will give siz-s in figures here next
week.. It will be to your interest to
buy your wagons of us. Our prices
are always right.
Visitors always welcome.

STANDLEY,

CRANFORD
& COMPANY
Dealers in Mules and Horses, Wagons
and Buggies, Saddles and Harness


W:n!m.,n n v Rpoan t iit


Editor of the Pilgrim. The Boyal Poinciana Hotel at Palm
Mr. Willis J. Abbot is now editor Beach, already the largest wooden
of the Pilgrinm, a monthly hItine jour- bulldiug ini the world, is to hreeonsid-
nal priutt-d at Battle Creek, Michi.- eably enlarged this summer. Three
gait. Mr. Abbot coni:;, of a literary hundred and tbirty-ve i. populare to
family. He is a grand.-on of J,,h1n .. be added. This h itA is o popular
C. Abbot, the lmopular hi,.-t,,rian. that rooms are engaged a year ahead.
Mr. Abbot began his literary a- Mr. Flaler is certainly the most uc-
rer in 18S. when hIe wr-te hi! tir-t .',fful hotel uDan the world haw ever
book, entitled "The Illia Jacket?. of Kt(OWii. He has a dozen hotels, all
'61," sine which timetu he hs aver- ru o t a magnificent sc alt, and all
aged one bock every two year, be- eroded withguestsodurig almost the
sides being a regular contributorr to telirt season.
the Review of Reviews, the Outlook,.
St. Nicholas, the Forum, the Arena IOd
and other iiublieations. For a while
Mr. Abbot was also editor of the New Bd V
York Journal, and during the last We live by our blood, and on
campaign had charge of the demo-
cratic literary bureau. He is an ar- it. We thrive or starve, as
dent democrat, and as he is yet a our blood is rich or poor.
young man, has a brilliant future le Th
fore him. There is nothing else to live
Mr. Abbot spent part of the winter on or by.
of 1899 In Ocala and was a guest of When strength is full and
the Ocala House. spirits high, we are being re-
A Testeamlal From Old England. freshed, bone muscle and brain,
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough in body and mind, with con-
Remedy the best in the world for tinual flow of rich blood.
bronchitis," says Mr. William Savory, Th;s is health.
of Warrington, England. "It has When weak, in low spirits,
saved my wife's life, she having been
a martyr to bronchitis for over six cheer, no spring, when rest
years, being most of the time confined is not rest and sleep is not
to her bed. She is now quite well." sleep, we are starved ; our behind
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug is poor; there i> .ittic nrtmri-
Store. m ment in it.
The Future of the Negro. Back of the blood, i., f. ,.
Mr. George Winston, president of to keep the blood rich. \N .1
the North Carolina College, takes a it fails, take Scott' E.mnu.-ion
gloomy view of the future of the ne- of Cod Liver Oil. It set, the
gro. On April 13 h,- addressed the hole body going again--man
members of the Ameri'au Academy .
of Political anId Social :eience at woman and child.
their an 'iual.a es~. ioi n held in lhiladel- its af eveha e not trie it :r 1- free,*.iu
phia. president Winston sail, in SCOTT & r.ws:: part : 40o Pearl Street, N t'T h. t. r al<..i L, a o,,.. .,'irif .r a.ttrr

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To EAST
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Via S.S.


CONNECTIONS:
The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charlestoa, M
mond and Washington.

The Southern Railway, via Savannah, OO-%
bia and Washington.


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The Southern Railway, via Jesup, AtlI
and Chattanooga.
Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery.
Southern R'y, via Sav. Columbia & Ashv
Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery.
a Savannah and Ocean Steamship Cof
for New York, Philadelpia and BuDl-


Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners I
j portation Company for Baltimore.


"Key West and Havana.


Via Pw I'mTsars
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Oceddow'thl l4'eaSo


TNo0vt Scotia and Prince Edii rs Is


THE ONLY SOLID DAILY LIMITEll IAI.%
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FrJACKSONVILLET'S.I



Seabord Air Line Railway

Leave Jacksonvilhl 1o:-0 a. in. arnd :-5 in r


ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST, via Richmond. t.1.apsaitlef
the late tC'onfederacy. Savannah, Columbia. (umdi..
Pinehurst and Southern Pines.


THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPER to New Orieans. T
Pullman space to Old Point Comfort. Ocean View.
Virginia Beach and Norfolk.


For sleeping ear reservation and further lnformatkon apply to City Tt
Office, Merment's Block, Oeas, Fla., or
1. L i. 3011, bOn. 7.. t, A. 0. INasdaLPg. e.bt A. &.
rotsmoUth. Va. J wttt. :-la.


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