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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: April 26, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00585
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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The paper "OUf the People, tor the People and by the People."






Hot-breads, hot biscuits, cakes,
muffins, puddings and crusts made with Royal
Baking Powder are wholesome, delicious, quickly
made, alw avs light, never sour, and most economical.
Ro al Baking l'owder is specially refined, and
equally valuable for the preparation of the finest,
most delicate cookery, and substantial, everyday
food. In the easy, expeditious and economical
preparation of w hoksonme and appetizing food it is


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U... J. MI. ThoegaOM11Mn a otpeneing
OP Ww'keat Laft lake-.
UMA~ m 4. 4waleo, eet Asatlacny W"s
No 6"S in The cIty sh11110 -k
4Wrle too plumom..vte~ryl-coelb in *4l1,
fIMPOWsaw Wmetrao -MlIsWb-l.
me. sn.. e~'~.f-,c taea
*mat tow 00"a Ht1Meula iott Moucay.
1111. A H. Drewa, a popular steer-
Gima el IAwo. %, so iu iw vasy Tue.-
11r.t rasek L Watmoto r.-urued laist
Frwe. t~ooesu a twes w~e ket' vimst tee h-r
Upibo-t 5 Jcu 96.16
Ph-un~autligs~-l lem ~stl
q *.bepesa.l. S.%e5 teAse est-.Pi-
04-u,1as 41101gsa- A 4 *to*
Mrs.. Aiianou Psuh1-sr atitddaugch-
be'r. Y -Ms l'' e-l ajs ea eIwt 'ti
Wee-k mltis Srte-ato mat 4 asodle-r.
Mr meorbJ IR. V -isi 1k-ste is, alho
bave *lww- w vssateictagi,.- amoe er &s
Mpremig lork, have- re. erned slu tb-ir
T'Nepepulait kern4#f '*onnug Pnrk bee
Uflatii a paee'. A dou u's-hi- wasn
bot bo Ur aU64 MMs.Orrin Youagut a
a dayE at IW"wae".
Dr. K H *ls-b&amdlittip morn v-re
is Ow rity 'FumieJao. Aol" ishim annual
Somoim. toe' dorecur r.umme-ruteorhis
awtowmpb tou thme tauooke 44 Ose Ocala

Mr. Pat Rote4toll, cot4 'etowol'W
awsity Xoe4lla sUet1I-1t1465464
ItS qmWlm.u basket of One P4
flea Mr. 1Ks-Sell toa m a.e'
thie he mademrtaks.
As .er'm.-seoolal du,vow4f Priel
1119rs hoov kefe'the syA*nte I
War&aftoll ilwasmotatd m
61"feugb x"41 s-gm-itT.Anati.
AN ~ra Dr-mmow.-. special age-ntis
rhe V s,"gt t ldiee's *tmilit 41
fmwt-vtorelcosilst Frilay after
mftIt 9 Ww.6etroca. The pf
eeee 5, tau F.-the-r W-albeie
clues %oil 68. .ee.elsue'$thi's at
by %of- .441% eia (,rv

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t o of f it .1.1 111 iK lt I,*'*.
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-iIt'.eRoomerk- It, o-si...
doo-to ts i t s.-ar so0 or -mie Iscoi
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Mrm t, A Fineh and her daughter,
Vr-. Pearl Mismon, hve relurmed
WIIssi Jaekvoiville-, where they have
..**-- sa.selimint the pist four mouths.
I0r John Gordon Law preached h's
ftrew-wil serneaisn o hi( *ni ,.re-v'i<>n
tls the Pr..hvterian .l'urcnh lnst Sun-
**my f'wiir tIo the de-li,-ate sale of
hi. health Dr. Law will take a rest
for a sear. We -ope for hie entire re-
IWev. J P. Hilburn paleed through
Ocrela Monday en rou'e f1t the Gen-
-rt l Mimt.n*mry ('coveuti*, which
noet ist N-w Orle-ian Wedn. aslay.
R-v J. t, l.ey, of Tampa. was also a
delei-hte- tI the uenfe-reoe.e.
If truosbled by a wenk digestion,
ote of *acpetite, ct" roist i ot* ioi, try a
few dew..,. of 'lh-eherstl iri'N Mecllach(t
anvid Liver Tatlets E-. ryv hNx war
raMntd eFor sale toy Aintl-Mlounpoly
Drutf Maj r a.,nd Mrs P*.il F Rrown le-f
Tot.*-i.s) Nt-rosseme, for r nue Ridge
lop'jio., V& wher*- tt-y will s1e'n-1
lthe soomst-0 r O i..r rrett v,-rv simieh
o., Ilo<-. i*o .e- Mr Brown Ai!l open.
hiI- ,umme-r hotel at R'u- Ridare on
the firtt .*f Jmun*.
'ir Rllhke. Hr.N k M eiod Mrs. Tifton.
w11 ketown w'o pl or Rli'ebhtmn, rpe-
f-en*'v vi.-lied *o* th-- dAr'.- from ('e .
pid'sa qri* er .-n, tnrl- too ,h- old old
*orey. t ** ir t-**'o now l[W-at sa
en' Tihe hoet wiaheos of *he RBenir
ro n0e n t0 hem.
M'm. L t< Tqtf, living In the
Hii*.-h*nn neithhorhuoad. rw.,enily ave
thir*h to ino*-ev twlint There. r-neso to
hbe an pid.mie- In that god wneeighbor-
ho-'s f*r r 'inow hir*h to twin hohiep,
fst hbh<.-e, d*mupl-.-ehintied ond rosy-
e.hpkt*o. hthi*o t ii I great neigh-

. was in A kfin-v remedy that ean hei de-
bur cfll',, I jinh straweer A-h Rile-te. If heal andi strengthens.
ma t *ay- A,,t, Monopoly Drug Store, special
atf .
kly Ash (e..r, R Me.-K*.n. a prominent
healthy, anld ,we.*e-ful yIouqc hu iness man of
ai-Itaisd Ocle. is toiatv revisitino'Tampa. He
-Monop. was on*e. connected with the Herald,
i. and at these h-.adqua'rters is held in
high esteem iMr. MeKean has re-
I'lute Was eently a.quir.-A inter etn near MS-
UUoon "Y ota and i' changing 1i4 lowationi to
rire wa that point.- '4,turd vy' Tiup H.-rr-
ra. Tte ald.
feroon Florepe' R. ,V Nov.26, 14WO. I was
fire alvi*.d ty our family hjhysician
tcr. of ir (Cher s'-tim o u.e) T. ethissa with
* vow.- our o1*, 3 whenu shie wan ,tu, a ve-ry
, P.-sens. outig infmeft, ma a pre.ven'a ive of
f.ll. oif' ,, ol so w rnL atu:l Aw.etlen ithe
i p.mte-l comae.lh I,.r i as emts .ful il teelth-
ie**. r i froil,t-. mli it- effie' h,& t4wen
f1un1 tl eo **)o- vry then -ti'ial aid sso
frt-- the ,.atneeri, 'hint tr*re coseOS.
eew". u ,i u5"n t he*. use ,of frats an.1
I-u j, ,t a.,.hia, -a %rupe, !that w- haive com'e to
'.''*V i ,i. u.e wi h threes ..hild.l
IIt. -r o- I- .. .. ,


Marriages are of the earth, earthy,
and for the happiness or unh.ppiue-ss
of the same the eou rating parties"
are alone resl|omsi le.
The larri -oinitr -,t in our judg-
ment is eitir. ly a evil oneu, and if a
mi-it I.- oiu le. if ttie tie st *uld prove
a ftilur-, if *, liet of mnisry anud uin-
h'pii(--s. I tl b" oh.h- wag.- oif the
oiirtrei-, -isald i'i the *-(uppy-love-'"
si .tie i' we r- itst-r for all concerned
lthit ti,-e tiet- herfiken and the mis.
iake correcteded.
Al *ini h .-e line wrote J *hn Mil-
t0,1i, who wii aH dleejoly devout and
piou n1u.u, aial in his "Paradine
.o-t" anld l Pr-sdie R -e-dined," did
as isui-hi for tie spread of true re-
lii.-nio 'e asiy umna, dead or livi,,g

w\, l e(h-st I the divorce courts

Some of the persons opposed to the
law recently paissd by both branches
of the Florida lefislatur**, makusing
"incurable Insanity" one of the
grxouad. for divorce iu this state, ap-
promach the dis-ussion of the subj-ect
as If msarriages were made in h* aven
and the marriage bans first pro-
claimed by the an-els.
These tpiemons endeavor to shift on
,to the shoulders of (4od the respounsi-
bility for all the minfilt in the msar-
riage relation and the nisety and anu
gui-h and unhappiness resulting
One writer Koes so far as to shift on
to God the responsibility fr *all the
ills that flesh is heir to."
How unreasonable this is.
God has made certain laws by
which alone th- uioiverse is ioverne-d
If man either wilfully or ignorautly
violates these laws he and not Gol is.
responsible for the results that follow.
There is no man so unthinking as
uit to know that if he violates the
laws of health he must suffer the con-
sequences of the violation.
It is a logical deduction from ascer
trained facts that all diseases are In-
he-ri maice-. created by the sins of our
ancestors, or is cau-ed by the neglect
of tme stt etrer lhinoawif so properly ol -
s-rve the laws of his being; laws, the
tbhs-rvaoeee of which is necessary to
the avoidance of disease and the
promotion of health.
It, iewirmatt of rite laws of grravity,
a persom should 'hrow himself from a
pre-*ii-e., hle siaely would t1e dathed
to pieces the same as if he were sin
lore-mle master of *he physical wi-

H-re is a law that is necessary in
the great machinery of creation-if it
w r,- relazxd or modified In any par-
ii-*ilabr for a single moment worlds lo
the whole indim.ude of space would
fly to ,1en1u*s.
Now, this twinor true, for the willful
or ,tsornsit violation of this law, ie
E4cod or man to he held responsibtle for
the results that are sure to follow
So, likewise, nature's law of inheri
taisseecaniseot he re-p-aled unor invaio-
A man m.y tn-questth his estate to
whom he pleases, but his physical,
moral aid i itellectu'l characteristics.
ahe' h-er fo I ,'r tad, do s he may,
imust dbs etlol to his offspring by a
I-.w ove-r hie*h lie has no control.
8o this famseniiisg on to G *d all bu
mean shorta-igh'edness, ailments and
imoflrmiatie- i- done in iraesornce or
the operations of | byslt-al and moral
lass **y which the universe and hu-
man teis0gs are governed.
R-coenising. but of course in a very
liosted anusi narrow sphb**re, the opelwra
ilons. of these immutable laws, we
uaske hteld to say that earthly mar-
riages are not contracted in heaven.
uor are theit mirri'ee bans of callow
youths here taelow first h *rped by ce-
lestial choirs.

ity" in a Just grround for sevetlng the
marriage contract.
The mind is the man and when
that is gone the man is uo more-to
all intents and purposes he is dead.
The law should throw around him
for his care and maintenance every
safeguard, and he should be treated
with the utmost gentlene-s that the
laws of humanity can possibly pres-
W hen this heavy and sad aleiction is
visited upon the hushend or the wife
the law should come to his or her relief
Not to do so is a wrong, not only to
the unfortunate husband or wife, but
also to their helpless, unfortunate off-
We- have in our mind's eye two as
bright lutellects as ever shone re-
splenlant in the bisory of this state.
This severe affliction befell both while
iu the prime of life. Both had chil-
dren that needed a mother's direction
and protecting care, but the law for
hade their marriage. One procured
the services of an estimable woman
to assume the care of his children, but
the scandal mongers of society amso-
ciated their names unholily together
and their reputations were blasted.
Scandal was busy with the repula-
,iinu of the otht-r also airt he was
driven to di-sipation
We ao not believe the-re is a single
perwon who has reached the years of
maturity Ihat does not know of sim-
ilar instances.
The traditional law worked a mani-
fest iinjurv to individuals and society.
We depreente the course, reckless
and alniost brutal manner iu which
.Mr. Flagler's name has been connect-
ied with the IiMatge of this bill, but
whether enacted as is allege-d for his
benefit or not, we regard it asa beneh-
cent law. and r jiace that the legisla-
ture had the courage to adopt it.
The Best Bloeed- Parer.
The blood is flel by the lungs, liver and kidueys
Keep these organs in a healthy condi-
1tion and the bowels regular and you
*ill have no n e"*l of a blood purifier.
For this purpose there is nothing
equal to Chbaumberlain' and
Liver Tabiles. One d'se of them will
d,, 3ou more good thnu a dollar bottle
of ihe twist iloel puritier. Price 25
,ents. Samples free at the Anti-Mo-
nopoly Dru S ore. m
Shad for Florida,
Fish Coiantinisiovter John T. Detwi-
ler i s received a m- essge from Hon.
( c,,sumiesiouer, that two cars of shad
fish, each in charge or a crew of five
ien, will be sent to Florida for dis-
tribution between the tirs and tenth
of May.
H C. Peckham, of spring Park, is
improving his winr-r re-siedence.

Your Vegetables!


Necessity the Mother of Ineentl -.
We tried to kill #he wormn- hey
proved tooi> mant y *-e now .eateh the
tpart-iit moths and bugs., all *of whsih
fly at nimbr Agen- a wanOed In every
county. For agev astIt trails o*-
,'rest J. B. UUrFTON, Mtate A,-iot,
Oucala, Fla. 3 9

Havia noew taken he mnpamapqet
of our stove wood halau*alm o oub|te,
we name th. .rhe-dolea of rato b*elow-
One co d (S2 canet feet pecked. or se ca e
feet thrown in) f3 .
One load, throws in (s cu'otc seet) S.oa9
One load. packed in (65 cubic fret)
Delivered in town Cash on delivery.
Parties owning a team. wishing woo ftor their
own use. can get it at the factory thMe sate of
$1.75 per cord. or i c- at per cubic foot loose, or
i% cents per cubic foot packed by the load.
Orders can t n plaid at outar ofl e by
'Phone No 8, or by imuil, B4oz727.
9-7 0( W iHEAAN, Awt

exilean June Cora.
I have jist re.,--ived, a sltomk of Ithis
famous cern for late pIasetiowg, afler
vegetables or outs, ono oont land-a
powerful yielder of fodder and grati.
J B. 1u, 0o.i, $reedssuao, Oe.-ls,
Fla. 49



Something for Mothers to

EVERY CHILD born into the



Think Ab-It

world wi th




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inherited or early developed tendency to IL -
Mng, disfiguring humors of the skin, s: ', 1
blood, becomes an object of the _i- :'
solicitude, not only because of its suffering bIut
bCcausp of the dreadful fear that the disfiguration
is to be lifelong and mar its future happiness
and prosperity. Hence it becomes the duty of
mothers of such afflcted children to acquaint
themselves with the best, the purest, and most
effective treatment available.
That warm baths with CUTICURA SOAP to cleanse the skin and
scalp of crusts and scales and gentle applications of CUTICURA
OINTMENT to instantly allay itching, Irritation and inflammation
and soothe end heal, to be followed In the severest cases by mild
doses of CUTICURA RESOLVENT are all that can be desired for
the alleviation of the suffering of skin-tortured Infants and children
and Lhe i mifort of worn-out worried mothers has been demoustrat-
ed in countless homes In every land. Their absolute safety, purity
and sw.-tness.". instaneous and grateful ,relief, speedy cure and

of a competent undertaker relieves
relatives and friends of all attention
to details. We can be entrusted with
full control ,of all fun-rrI arranre-
me-ns, and will carry out insiruenttoe
satisfactorily. Our lonor experience
enables us to perform our duties with*
out inconvenience to the livinir.
The te-st srvice at nominal expense.
Phone No. io. Northwest corner aIs e.



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...r ,- vxWt WV~1R Ai PRIL 926e

You Want

Good Shoes

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

One Dollar

A Half Saoe

ver brought to Ocala. The stock is
of prime satin calf, selected for ser-
vice. Thesoles, inside and out, and
he esuntern are of solid, one piece
sole leather The elastic in this con-
pM styl- to guaranteed by the mak-
ers for eighteen months.
Your Price!
Yeor Opportunily.


Merchants' Block.

Ocala, Fla.

A Double Weddeng.
The new Christian church at Fel.
lowship was the scene of intense ani-
mation last Wednesday evening.
when Mr. Wallace A. Kelsey and
Mrs. Louise Clark Sistrunk, and Mr.
Geo. Ira Singleton and Miss Ollie
Clark were united in marriage, Rev.
W. H. Coleman, of this city, offl.iat-
The church was handsomely decor-
ated in honor of the occasion. An
immense marriage bell of white roses
was suspended above the altar.
Mr. Kelsey is a popular conductor
on the Plant Railway, and his friends
are co-extensive along that system.
Mr. Singleton is the railway agent
at Martel, and is a popular youna
man with a promising future.
The brides are sisters. They are nar
tives of Fellowship and are member
of one of the oldest and most es-
teemed families of the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey and Mr. and
Mrs. Singleton were registered at .the
Ocala House yesterday and took the
northbound train for Miami and oth-
er point of interest in the state. They
will beabm nt a fortnight.
A TestOimelal Free Ol EMagletd.
*I consider chamberlain's Cough
Bemedy the best in the world for
bromnbitis," says Mr. William Savory,
oe Warrington, England. "It has
saved my wife' life, she having been
a m r te bremektis ftr over dx
yeao belig nestf hem us m w I
m her bed. She is now quite weM."
"SM by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
eNgss i the Legislre.
The bill for the relief of thetapueme
court pamsd the senate Wedneuday.
tilkal passed that bo y author-
iding the city of Jacksonville to levy
a ta fr the support of free libraries,
and increasing the pension to ex-
Oonfederate soldiers.
The bill making eight hours a day's
labor was killed, as were the bills to,
furnish free school books and uniform
text books.
A bill was passed in the house of
representatives making the term of
office of tax asmessors and collectors
four instead of two years.
A bill was also introduced appropri-
ating 2,500 for the aid of the state
fair. __
N.ow to Atons.
The old idea that the body some-
times needs a powerful, drastic, purga-
tive pil has been exploded, for Dr.
King' New Life Pills, which are per-
footy harmless, gently stimulate liver
and bowels to expel potioniom matter,
cemane the system and absolutely cure
constipation and sick headache. Only
25ceatOamrett&Geritr'sdrug store. I
toak Twala's Best.
The Person Sitting in Darkness" is
the strongest article America's great
humoriet has ever written. It is re-
printed from the February number of
the North Amsrican Review by the
AnU-Imperialist LaaIue of New
York, and will be sent to any reader
of the Ocala Banner by Mr. E. W.
Ordway, secretary of the league, 150
Nassau street, room 1520, N. Y., by
inclosing him a 2-cent stamp.
The Beat Perseriptsemn for Malaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless ('hill Tonic. It is
simply iron ftnld qouinine in a tasteles
form. No cure-no pstv. l'rice 2'-*.
Two Bank Oficials Kill Themselves.
A di satch from Vancouver, VWash.,
states that ('Chrl-s Brownt and E. L.

(Iauby, ~*r.sisl.-ar tatmol ca-bier re-pee-


Judge Tye, of Kentucky,
Youngest Daughter
Capt. W. J .ucker.



A very happy weodiug party. ,.onl-
sisting *of the immediate relatives o'
the bride, asswobtled at the heoIe of
Captain Tucker. at Fort P',,-re, I"
witness the nuptimis between his
daughter, Miss 8tetla, and Judge Hi-
ram Tye, of Williamsburg, Ky,
which took place at nine o'clock,
Wednesday morning.
The ceremony was performed in the
parlor of the captain's residence.,
which had been beautifully decorated
with flowers by loving hands, and the
young people, attired in traveling
suits, made a very handsome couple.
Nothing could be more beautiful
than the Episcopal marriage service;
and the nmusiial, soft voice of Arch-
deacon R. F. Brown, of Titusville,
who officiated, charmed all hearers.
After the marriage, ia sumptuous
weddit g breakfast was served and
the happy young couple were then es-
corted to the northbound train, where
a crowd of friends attended, and saw
them off to their Kentucky houn-,
amid a shower of congratulations and
Judge M. 8. Jones, of Titusvi!le, a
cousin of the bride, returned here
yesterday, and says that nothing
could have been more charming than
thisceremony under the miuimration
of Archdeacon Brown.
Many very handsome, ornamental
and useful presents were made to the
bride, and, being beloved by every-
body, the best wishes of the whole-
community have gone with her to her
new abiding place.
The groom is a young ma n of tex-
emplary character and of marked
ability, as well as beino a general fa-
vorite in the section where he resides,
while the bride is one of Indian Riv-
er's most charming and bright youtig
The Advocate joins in wishing the
happy pair a long life of connubial
bliss and prosperity.-Titusville Ad-
Hon W. J. Tucker, the father of
bride, formerly resided iu this city,
and was for four years superintendent
of public instruction. The young
lady is a native of this city, ma.d the
Ocala Banner extends its best wishes.
DWeSM C4ast be C- m
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
Therelsonliy one way te cure deaf-
nesN, and that is by constitutional
remedes. DeafneesW to aued by an
tmNmmed eoditesat ste mmeoMe lin-
ing of the Bostachian Tube. Wben
thbis tube I inflamed you have a rumb-
Hlig sound wh It isto entirely closed, Deafness is
tbe-result, and unless the inflamuma-
tioa eaarbe taken out anZ this tube re-
stored to its normal condition, hear-
Iog will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con.
edition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured Iy
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
larm; free.
F. J CHENKY & Co, Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

Eabioits huld *e Aoe .oopa.i d by
Data as to Uede ef Oulture. Et.
FIerNMe eeds Farmers t
To the Editor of the Banner:
I am glad to see that yeou are ac-
tively urging the project for holding a

state fair this year in Florida. A
properly conducted fair will be a ben-
efit to the state. Very few people are
aware of the long list of products that
Smay be profitably produced in Flor-
ida. What is needed Is a knowledge.
of what they are, the mode of culti-
vation, the amount of yield and the
profits to be derived from them.
Ieonce every exhibit should be accom-
panied by a clear statement of the
mode of cultivation, the cost, and the
process of treatment where there may
be a manufactured product. This
will be useful to the people of our
slate as well as those who may come
from other states to visit our fair.
Another thing: The railroads stand
to be largely benefitted by an increase
of the agricultural produs byhv our
people. Why can they not offer. a
premium in land for the best five
ares ,of corn, with an accurate state-
miente of the cultivation, amounts and
kind' of tertilizor, etc The roads
hove large todies of land that they
are anxious to sell to men who will
cultivate ri-npq, that wiil t re-te
1'rPiurrit_,A_ 1 u' m i '-noow i t' ttiroo- nri-*..,m



You ret7 it:vi :i :u'rc of IhOe nDe--
sity for c'i:!;!-i vour Ilood in tl
sprin lby ,ruiptionis uI: d oh.l"r
outward -i,.- offt impti1urity.
Or thaL tiduil h, adachli. lhilioun, nau-
seous, nervous condition aud that tired
feeling are lue to the same cause-
weak, th;n, impure, tired blood.
America's Greatest Spring Medi-
cine is Hood's Sarsaparilla.
It makes the blood rich and pure,
cures scrofula and salt rheum, gives a
clear, healthy complexion, good appe-
tite, sweet sleep, sound health.
For cleansing the blood the best
medicine money can buy is


Sarsap arilla
It ii Peculiar to Itself.

given its proper place in our scheme
of firming. Why not give attention
to it?
There is a great amount of land
that will produce upland rice. Why
not produce upland rice? Every part
of the plant has a commercial value-
toe gr.-iu, the straw, the roots, aund
even the (hatf. Rice yields about
three times the amount in bushels per
acre that wheat does amd rules higher
-in price. ProfessorS tille, of Alabama,
has, after many years of experiment-
inic with seed from all countries in
which ri'e is grown, succeeded in se-
curing an upland rice which does well
on the pine lands ,of his s4ate, and of
course- 'he same results would follow
on our flit woods lands. It is worth
There are a hundred other things I
would like to call your attention to in
this connection, but am too tired to go
further at this time.
Florida needs farmers!
It shall he the office of the promot-
ers of a state fair to point the way to
so desirable an end. B


Best Remedy for Rheumatism-
Q.1gk Relief From Palo.

All who use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism are delighted
with the. quick relief from pain which
it affords When speaking of this
Mr D. N. Sinks, of Troy, Ohio, says:
"Some time ago I had a severe attaes
of rheumatism In my arm and shoul-
der* I tried numeroom remedies but
got no relief until I was recommended
by M*rs. Geo. PF. Parsnos A (Co,
dragits'*, of this place, to try Cham-
btrlain's Pain Balm. They recom-
mended It so highly that I bought a
bottle. I was soon relieved of ail
pain. I have since recommended
this liniment to many of my friend.,
who agree with mie that it is the best
remedy f*.r nmuti.alar rheumatism on
the market" For sale by the Anti-
Monopoly Drug 4tore,. m
Dr. J. Delteo Fameber.

The above named gentleman repre-
sentingv ,oley anid Co., of Chiaagn,
manufacturer's of Foley's honey and
tar and banner salve, is visiting Ocala
in the interest of his tirm.
It is stated that Mr. Scehwab, the
manager of the newly formed steel
trust is paid a salary of $800,000 per
annum, and big as the salary ie, it is
money in the pockets of the company
to pay it because of the splendid rep-
utation he has for driving a keen
The Ocala Banner will pit Dr. Fan-
cher againat him. It does not know
what salary the company is paying
the Doctor, but whatever it is he is
worth every cent of it.
He can discount Mr. behwab and
give him two in the game. He can
make the editor believe that he is do.
ing a beneficent act to discount his
space one half or .ore to so valuable
a remedy as Foley's honey and tar.
Dr Fanceher is easily king of the
patent medicine commercial tourists.
His words are sweeter than honey
and for genuine s i-'king qualities he
would make tar ashamed of its adbe-
Iu the genial Doctor's make up the
qualities of honey and tar are admira-
bly blended.

Suiting Aill
SNo ;t: ; .vlt:

!r,.1r 1te'

tJ.. we 'lt all .4 l
want to, I ;: .. \ ,, l e,
nari, .*i cloth,.,l

Suits for Business or

Dress Occasions

and one of the ple-as Iag
ures is that our clotbiag f
well and looks well. Wt
save you money m cloetk

Our line of....

na e*t forget tha



inE I

Cannot be excelled in Marion c
it we give ps m wh ea


*Mrsehats' national Bank, Deala,
Fla., Third andF Real SiMdead.
A find dividend of six and three-
tenths (6 3-10) per cent. has been de
cleared by the comptroller of the cur*
rency, payable to the .reditors of the
above trust. Certifitates should be
sent to the re.-eiver for retention by
him, when receipt will he sent to the
claimant for signature-, followed by a
check for the amount due.
April 19 1901:
NS Kellogg Bldg, Washington, D. C.

Saw mill and planing outfit with
capacity of 10 000 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 loes.
tion as to timber. Will s-Il very low
for cash or one half tash, balance on
easy payments. 4019m
Falrfield, Fla.

4 New Lot Mat-
n ajupt arriv-
'- d. Fane y
SPKttern&s. Good
Quan ity. Foil
yard wide.

per yard. Ola
Window tbades at 1.&', 25-, 38a mad
up. OCALA FUm.rrjeM Co.
Having opened a Anrt ela board
iug house one block south of the
Methodist chureb, emn touth Main
street. (The Comwmertal Houm-) I am
now prepared to furnMih good beard
and lodging to several perMons by the
day or week. 0. F. WILLIAMS.
4-6 m Proprietor.
U. G. V. Reulet Wmel*,. Tem.,
wal aa.U 999.
The Plant System will sell round
trip tickets at the rate of one cent per
mile, distai.c-* traveled. Tickets ona
sale May 25. 26 and 27, with return
limit to June 4, 1901 By depositing
ticket with joint agent at Memphlib
and upon the payment of 60 cents.
extension of final limit to June 19 will
be aceotded. Perfect para. nr sr-
vie. See ticket a cents, B. W.
Wrenn, passenger trade manager,
Iavannalh, lfn.
We have added a beare to our an-
dertaking department and will be,
pleased to serve the eitie-sof Marion
and Ahoheua eouties and our eom-
munity at a very moderate charge.
8. H. Br r nA a .,
3 1 3m Mteanopy, Pla.
Sae sea s
Sixty four Its. to the buebel. One
dollar per buaphel.
PEANUTs.-Florida grown, choice
seed stork. ii **,enas per pound.
J. B. bumrro, Seedsman,
4-5tf Oeala, Fla.
*0o. Wray. the exprt tuner of the
Halifax WMusie Housem, DI. ,ona, visits
this city. Leave ordera at Weihe's. tf

Owing to my leaving %fieAnopy I
shadi oflvr for sale my furniture and
other housetahld go--is until Mav 1
Tet nmw,.Is. 41".3t( J. KATZ.
toe Cre a Cold in One Day
Take Itx:ttijv Brmno Q,'iise. Talt-
le-'*, All r''js r.f1nn1 th. luonev
if it f;il- tf> s r E W l;r.v)e's t i-

as 't m


HasaNew lin'e of



Henriettas,: Black Cmp
Lace Curtains, and o h
Furnishings o

Ladies' Undervm, i

Everything Will Be SoMl Wq
Down For Cam.
New Goods Being g
Weekly. Give us&asM
and be Convieemd
That our Price
are Right. ,


That ra Wbe 4
upon. Get one from i
want one that i a valilt
piece, and that will
faction in every Pm-_ -Ih
have a fine am- meortamd
es of the best mabs I G
suit you in pn ce a- f
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The paper "Of the People, tot the People and



by the People."






bahaer L& .: aUm- enmm a noteworthy opening of Drem Goods for
A e A member of Basiaso are ebred. Almo the first showing of
g rft rI ped taMMa mad P Iedole. High leas novelties In Foreign
iat -a aMttgeve paie. Aa Important sale of Novelties In White
, nPiqu, MiNa laws pal and striped. Oradkimin all leading
srOevea s wr. A shAwlg tof new Embederlues, laeand ladles'
m at atnlev prtie. A eelal l@e of DreMs Skirts and balance of Wool
bem easd. E-aumudi-wy valem In Goate' Negliee Shirts and Tie&. The
SftefteM of t e C Kmet Departmet is the *W. B." correct form, in
d s M to. at $l. Ae ofmber espeelai I Wash Milka for ladlei' Wadist.
ad aimw wi eof laeik o Mta fr Ilirts. Bargains na Smyrna Russ, Mat.
e, lwe(Cmlmo, wi lesdan miad myadebeets and Pillow Cas. Extra
ad to Sew KerM, as she well known makes of Biateter, Foot Glove and
Caet; the sqilm aud Quen City 8boes for lades. And an unusual offer-
-in the d lan DnepaDtm -t.


NMerO: KNE :BAXKse, BmIJKVIxo Mr. A IR. (rifn, of Anthony, was
SAT THE T oP WELL ABtK TO In the city yesterday and said the
-aa CARS oF THKMSELVIS, HAS feeling is gen-ral in his neighborhood
a nr ITS 0TAND IN THuE ARIN- that th, Marion county truckers will
ja-- WITH THE COMMoN PoUPL., have a good showing on the right side
u e r FIGHT iIwnI Bl MA K VOlK of the ledger this season.
__ Mr. Harrison, the drurgist, of Citra,
called in to see us Wednesday. He
Mr. .iman. the reen says he never r.-members a y*-ar when
lr.Mlokan. the(.r Hthe orange trees, a,-cording to size,
we-re so full of blooms. He says the
he1W olf link arr every day becoma- Iitra growers are again buoyant with
ing more popular. Hope.
Mias e04 e.riflis. of Anthony. i. Miss Claude Bond left Wednesday
vitmg Mr'. l.U am ren'st afternoon for S vannuth, afte-r having
lbe Meontauma proprietor i-in tent the winter in O-ala. Maj'r and
*.W Yiok for a few day Mrs. B ,tid will remain until next
-- eek, when they, too, will go to Sa-
Mr lMariet.4 ot Ja.e|wr. as the guest v.nnah to ) p-tid the summer, return-
of Mrs. Van Norganu mith. log to Ocala next fall.
Asy' kLo.. lart in *endl. s variety)
ead at s., p.ntin tNoo d. .rihe.i Don't you need a eors-t ? We have
(the kind that don't break. M. Fishel
1llm J.i- Hdldge is visiting her un-
.le, Mr 4.t IRawli. at .Elsuwood. For a copy of the famous three
Mr. E lI. Thegard has *tgeo ap- emni rig time two-step, entitled
opetat.eratorof the eate ofM. L 'Tickled to Iheaih," sad 10 cents, and
llc o t for a beautifully illustrated de -k of
Mr. liary Lapata, ab has ib playing cards, write B. W. Wrenn,
tr. Harry, aL at his post faith H. passngerr trufle manager, Plant 4%s-
t at h savannah, Oa., mendiug 25 cents
L MeI in postage or cash.
DNviWe mrvar-e at l'aseM,.*f1 kee Sun-
deay as,, the .tb. at :3 p. m., biy Rev. Habitual constipation is the door
C. M ( tv. through which many of the serious
ills of the botly are admitted. The
at. & I litit t

T ,str w tlio tile" I* IUIUU[ t im
4lh S.-4dl and ruaraltel-l Iby Ty-
doime"A ('.
"Pnrtni,-nt tmen of It.- h.Iur" ar*
WUP hbat sUUtset .uw a tl ut 'i'MliTahat-
)t: ***** .

fterwm .-l. It 1 t.el,, at Tyvligtig'
O ', dirue; u %.1 .e.
Mim %ery N Melv-r ha- gou to Fay-
ailslt., N.. ('. to the alWdside of her
Iaut r. wts oa quite ill.
Mr edw. W itsa bass. ben a alst-
as tlamel yd Carter thlis week In
SLa ry somt y ei riet esOurt.
OneWill' ot o b aresm to0pWe
who tresi a pair. (%mas
mmd we'll please yu, too. .a

0 6tb T day he pictafre tof Ron.
W. K. Zewdeai gaeed the troat
p of sear ptal, a daly paper
-imat a l am.
On, Des Merges 8mith emtertaled
s Kveeiag Witat ClDate Te-stay.
* hemrtmers w w by itsm Emily
amlmsad Mr. A K. Amderem.m.
ar. C. J. Jewe.l, living sn e l miles
aM8 Mof ewm, bed the mat ortute to
heeM his hbnw term to the- g"usad
W nesday aftersooms. Nothing was

MI ,S (<'ap and West's petition
Or amdsusnwas deeied by the *u-
Pmeerui-t wit t prwjudiee. The
m wMllt be temd by Judge Malooe,
Oe r~pmed e4deAtL
Mm. DrIe is Me(arthy Enmory, of
1meum. N. "., after a vWit of sever-
epese sto her asther, Mr. David 8.
Wlim, of this city. returned to
hr belm latest Muday.
MEf. Hateer. oft 4'arke, is in the
d~..h -edI of her water, M MV. .
A. lAd45*. Pb* eeme 9*4 atue-d the
1tef her brtwet eAr. Mr. J. -
la. 4e, 6 i6C6as ato rmtor .
"C et p- aafM 1r S *a81e.

1hb, hiN TSMeT It is ,imply
wseuaep** m y. Pdrt*- muat
Ifm went meetl. ar s. up-
M )J per~tO esM at the Oeala

occasHioial ustof Pri -kly Ash Bittets
will cure and remove this (listrtesingt
c.tnillition. Asti-Monopoly l)ruz.
S tlore, specil gg-tis. 4-1

S|pt. Inlis, \Walter E lison, of
Port Iigli-; A It U(rifli,,, \Vesley
Priest, of Anthony; ~l'. B Rrobk, tof
i1 -lorl 'ity; J. W. S tders, of E]rly
itird; H W. Lonii. of M31rrel; Dr.
Blach aMild wol, ,of lhillihton; A. S.
Auderroti, of Harts horn; Pat Ran-
dall, of Connuuor; Maurice Strauss, of
Dunsnellon, aud Colonel Camp. of Al-
bion, and W. k. R os, of Fort
White, were among the visitors to
Ocala during the week.

Mr. Walter Eltison, of Port Inglis,
nwreman of the Dusain-lon Company's
wooad force, was in Oce.ia .yesterday,
and be aye i hat there is more work
going en among Marimn county farm-
ers than be has ewer known before.
He says it is his business to employ
labor and he Mude It almost impoasi-
ble to do so-the first time in many
years H. says the raolored farmers
are planting a large acreage in cotton.

A lazy liver may he only a tired
liver. A stick is all right for a lazy
man. But it would be a savage as
well as a stupid thing to beat a weary
man or a starving man because he
lagged In his work. So in treating
the lagging liver it is a great mistake
to lash it with drastic drugs. In nine-
ty-nine caswe out of a hundred a tor-
pid or sluggish liver is but a symptom
of an ill-nBourIhed body, whose or-
gans are weary with overwork Let
your liver alone. tart wish the
asoma-h and its allied organs of di
g.eteIm and nutrition. Put them in
proper working order, and see bow
q*iekly your liver will he.-nome active
ated enereei. Dr. Piere-'s Goulden
Medical DIt Dovery has sa'sIe many
marvelous' #-arus of "liver trouble" by
ats wonderful iottrol of the organs of
dieti.,on asd nutriaiom Ii restore
tbe normal activity of the istoatmah,
iearema s the se-reion-s of the blood
making glands cleasm s he system
from ptwMosMos raumuatotif, and so
relteve's th- liv-r ,of the burdens im-
piwed upoa It by the defection of other

On Wednesday morningg at eleven
o'clock, at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. sR E Waterman, there
occurred a very pretty home wedding,
when Mr. Jieckion Brantley Hiers
and Miss Elizabeth Claudia Water-
man were united in marriage by Rev.
J. 0. Law, of the Presbyterian
The bride, who is a bandesme bru-
nette, was beautiful in a gown of
white. She carried a bouquet of
bride's roes, and was attended by
three little girls-Elizsbeth Newiom
as ring bearer, and Caro Liddon and
Josephine Bullock as flower girls.
Tbe groom was attired in faultless
black, and was unattended.
Only the relatives and several Inti-
mate friends of the contracting par-
ties were present.
The lovely bride, who has erown up
in Ocala, is one of our most admired
and popular young women.. By her
gentle demeanor and lovable charac-
ter she makes friends wherever she
The groom is well known in Qcala,
having been for a number of ye*.rs
employed in the Ocala postoffice. He
is now in the postal service between
Fernandina and Tampa. He is a
young man of excellent qualities and
is admired tby nil who know him.
Mr. and iMrs. Hitrs received a large
number of handsome presents, show-
inug the high tsteem in which they
are held.
They Jeft on the noon train for
Washington and Biltimore for a visit
of two weeks, after which they will
go to Fernan4ina, their future home.
To Mr and Mrs. Hiers the Ocala
Bitner extends its best wishes for
length of years and unalloyed happi-
Caught a Dreadful Cold.
Mariou Kooke, m-uanser for T. M.
Thompson, a large importer ot fine
millinery at 1658 Milwaukee avenue,
Chicago, stys: "During the late s--
vere weather I caught a dreadful cold
which kept me awake at night and
made me unfit to attend to my work
during the day. One of my milliners
was taking Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for a severe cold at that time
which seemed to relieve her so quick-
ly that I bought some for myself It
acted like magic a.d I began to im-
prove at ouce. I am now entirely
well and feel very pleased to ae-
knowledge its menirils." For sale by
the Auti-Mouopoly Drug S ore. m
Ended His Own Life.
This cominiunlity on last Wednes-
day niorning was shocked to learu
ithlt Mr. M. L, Turtle had committed

Valuable Watch Resovered.
L. 8. Beck was made very happy a
few days ago by the unexpected re-
covery of a very valuable souvenir
watch. This watch was the property
of bis father, a gift from Him. Wil-
liam R. King, of Alabama, who was
vice-president during the presidency
of Franklin Pierce, (King was after-
wards minister to Spain under Bueh-
anan), and while holding that impor-
tant position Mr. Beck's father served
as Mr. King's secretary. This watch
was then given him. Through some
businea transaction this valuable time-
piece was given to the !ate John F.
Dunn, to be deposited in the vaults of
the Merchants' National Bank. After
his death the wateh could not be
found, although diligent search had
been made for It
April 1 Mr. Beck was Informed that
the watch had been found. He
thought at first it was an April fool
joke, but on investigation found the
long-lost family heirloom -Ocala cor-
respondent Tiuaes-ITnion and Citizen.
deathh of Mrs. newsem.
Mrs. Newsom, the mother of Dr.
W. V. Newsom, died last Monday
night after a long illness. She was
s-venty-five years old and was a de-
vout Methodist. Her remains were
taken to Oxford for burial, where one
.hild and several grandchildren are
**uried. She leaves an aged husband,
a son and daughter, and a number of
grandchildren to nourn her death.
It Girdles the Globe
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
as the best in the world, extends round
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
of cuts, cornis, burns, bruises, sor*s,
,n slds, boils, ulcers, felons, aches,
pains and all skin eruptions. Only
infallible Pile cure. 25c a box at Gar-
rett & Gerig's. I
Howard Academy.
The above named school closed its
term yesterday. The exercises were
msnost interesting. Judge W. S. Bul-
lo.k and Superintendent Carn made
appropriate addresses. In the even-
ing at 8 o'clock a closing concert was
given by the primary and intermedi-
ate departments. We acknowledge
an invitation.
You Know What Yeou Are raking
When you take (trove's Tasteless
('uill Touic, tweasse the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
img that it is simply Iron and Qui-
taie in -u tast less form. No cure, no
pay. 1?c.
Stops the Cough and Works Of the
L ..i..., Brn Qi.,s oatiinp Tablets

suicide j R lt iv ID ."7E*A (*"i -s
SThe tragic event occurred in his cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
sieping apArtments in the Lafayette y. Prie cents.
building, between the hours of six The best meal to be had in the city
and seven o'clock a. m. at the Railroad Restaurant.
The deceased had been in ill health
for many years, and for several days EiN U BAKa
before his death was confined to hms ENUS BAKR YI
bed. He believed hs was suffering
from cancer of the stomach. He had
not partaken of any nourishment for
a week. He suffered great sgony,
and in a fit of despondency and des-
peration committed the fatal deed.
He must have been standing before 12
the mirror and took deliberate aim.
The -all from the revolver penetrated
the right temple and passed entirely
through his bead. Death must have
been instantaneous.
Mr. Tattle was born in Forsyth
county, North Carolina, about forty- s /
six years ago. He leaves a mother,
two brothers and four asiters, who all
reside at the old home, to mourn his
r. Tuttle had been a xrnxeryman
in this city for na nuouter of years and As made here is pure, clean,iwhole-
until his he-alth tIw'-me too feeble,
did a proeperrous husmsems. E gy some and nourishing. We have built
dollr-e in cases and checks were found up a reputation on the quality of our
in his pwkctli,. .and he leave, a stock r
of goods estimated at about a thous- DREA
ant is oll-vd, how r, that he has And we take particular care that noth-
several hu,,dred dollars, xmrd away ing shall detract from it. The best
in snme- i hiiting place HP never de- flour, prepared by skillful hands in
poite-d his money in hateks. clean, well v.ntilted rooms and per-
H- wa-s a m'-e.-r of he Knights of feetly baked In modern ovens, gives
Pyshisme f tlisl 'i'y, and was burled
ye.'terd i'v mortimi# %t t.n o'e'loek with our customers bread unequaled even
the- h* -loifutl ri es of *hat order by the very best home made article.

These Weedeeaks at Same's.
Mr. Dame has on exhibition at his
store two beautiful speelmens of the
woodcock, male and female. They
were captured somewhere in the
woods near Fellowship. They are 4ot
drooping, yet have not eaten any-
thing since they were captured, ad
while a rare sight, many persons bem
never having seen one, and attrat a
good many paerone to Mr. IDame
store, complaint Is being mad. awglat
them being kept longer in eapo1t.
We understand the matter wIl be
called to their attention of the eleei
for prevention of cruelty to alma-,
as It is believed their authority ex.
tends over fowls also.

Docs the

Baby Thrive Z

If not, something must be
wrong with its food. If the .
mother's milk doesn't nour-
ish it, she needs SCOTT'S
EMULSION. It supplies the
elements of fat required for
the baby. If baby is not
nourished by its artificial
food, then it require

Scott's Emulsion
Half a teaspoonful th'rc-
or four times a day in its
bottle will have the desired
effect. It seems to have a
magical effect upon babies
and children. A fifty-cent
bottle will prove the truth
of our statements.
Should e makes In summer as
well as wiaar.
Scu. and ni.o. all druggist. -
SCOTT & BOWNF, Chemist. Nw York.

Meetag of the ledleal Egxlalage

The next regular meeting of the
Medical Examining BoMrd of the
fifth district of rlorida will be held at
the offices of McKinstry & McKIn-
stry in Gainesville, Fla, on May 15,
1901. Guo E. WELCH, M. D.,
4-12. Secretary.


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The duke and dutehes of MTrlhOr-
oagh have kihed avid made friends.
Mr. Jeferson Davis contrihutes a
very eloquent tribute in the New
York World's m4tudav Magazine, en-
titled "The Humanity of franit."
At the "horts. show" in Boston a
good many women rode on tboh ,im.
of the horse. It seem- to he a seinal-
be way fora woman to ride. The hi
eycle Is largely responsible for the
Theprohitiiou law in Maine hams
not settled the liquor question nor
has it made the Maine citizen any
moresober than the citizen oi oher
states. You can no more legi-slate a
man wiber than you can legislate him

Msj. Alex. St CIsir Abrams is very
much opposed to the. bill now hb-for
the legislature makingS "incurable in-
sanity" gossd grounds for divor.te it
seems to u. that it is a good hill,
though we can readily see where it im
poewible for it to he very rmueh
abu ed. We have known a gre-at
many inutane-s where such a law
would have been-a real blessing to
many concerned.
What's the Matter With Tom Johaseal
The New York "'iuem prints an in-
sipid article anent Tom Johnson. the
newly elected mayor of the city o'
The Time, says that Mr. Johnson is
a profess-d "free trader," yet has
made a fortune in the manufacture
of "proteered steel rail.."
Well, must Mr. Johnson go out of
business beenuse he is unabi, by his
vote and influence, to change a vi-
iors law?
He didn't make the law and is in
no way responsible for it, and, though
making a fortune under iPs opera-
Utto, Mandidly confenrs that he does
m at be epense and tothe injury of

The Tlm thinMs the frtune Mr.
Jebasse b wwms out of the ~* em
hMuld m"b bhim amilem of the;
tM14 owm 4,ine a t ,
oulth, g m-sf t sl n ma wo
whale tHver asseor repwib any qhme whoa
oe --i-AssU"Masa domear In10
nTohe T1i ut the fact aim
tat Mr. common made another for-
tane in the street railway buainea
asd yet is In favor of municipal own-
The Tiwes thinks that that is very
mea in Mr. Johnson.
On the contrary, it shows that Mr.
Johnson is made of stuff that patriots
are made of.
It shows that his head is bigger
than his pocketbook, and has breadth
of Intellect enough to look beyond his
own sfiabh interests.
What's the matter with Tom Johnb
His bead, heart and soul are bigger
than say pile of boodle, and that's
what the ordinary republican does
Anot undenmand I


Sat last be tires of the falt ndi
of adypeptic husband and leaves him?
The wont of the dyspeptic is that be
Ams act realize his own meanness. His
wiNd is entirely out of I&asl.ctie.
Dyspepsia ad other diseases of the
skmach and organs of digestion and
atsriou are perfectly and pu.m.-,ealy
ceMd by the use of Dr. Pierce's Goldea
Medisl Discovery. It cpres the wornt
forms of the disease. It cures when all
other medicines have failed to benefit.
Accept no substitute for Dr. Pierce's
Goldea Medical Discovery. There is no






aM a W PO "MT_-PT.

laa late pWblieation Mr. Andi
tranle tells why be is giving
murb of his wealth in tstablisbh
public libraries.
It shbows bow a little act ofkin
sem has grown into a arrest b nef'
tion. Nearly a whole nation is to
bwenired by the henewvv&nt act o
kind hebartd Individual who liv

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many year ago.
Thislittle incident shows that th'-
Sunday sbool stories are not all fie

Mr. Carnegie says:
ben I was a working boy in
Pittahurv, Colonel Anderson, of
Allehanv---a name I ean neve-r
speak without feetinlg of devotion.
al gratiude-oplned his little li-
brary of 400 hooks to b.oys. Every
Saturday afternoon he wai iin at-
tendance at his hou-e to ex,'hango*
btoks. No one hut he wh, hap
felt. it can ever know the intense
longinx with which the arrival of
SaturdiAv was awaited, thi at new
book might be had. My t>rother
and Mr. Phipps, who have l t -ii
my pirincipti touain si pir'nerm
through life, shared with me ('Col
osel And-r9o's' pree*i,'us eena-rs
i'y, and it was when rev-.lie, in
the treasuires whiih he op-n-*DE to
us that I re1mived, if ev.-r w. ath
came to me, ,hmt it should he u-ed
to establish free lihrarie", that mo h-
er poor boys might receive oppor.
tuniiief stirnilr to those fr .hi'-h
we w-re indebted to that noble

Alas, alat'k! We wi-h tliat hn
now priz,"l hooks th.' same as mth
did when Mr. Carue-ie was a Ild.
Their very abundance aid het


ness seems to poll the app.-tve for
reading, but that in no wise mini
mizes Mr. Carnegie's big hearted
In his 3outh Mr. Carnegie was ac-
quainted with poverty and hardship,
and he understands the value of a
helping band, and for the little nits
of kindness he received when a boy-
like bread cast upon the wa' -r--he irs

now returning these kindnesses many
We read in the current Inewspatwrs
alsoof the benevolent act of another
boy, now grown to gray-haired man-

When a lad be bad tdrwivea-eesm
and pmmmd a fruit Ohatdl, asd. like
Manva other boyv, eolenp the tives
and aeeke he could eat anof all his
pobolr would hold heads*e.
He was ser face to face one day by
the owner of the orchard, andt, of
course, expected a throathiv.
On the contrary, the owner proved
to be a kind hearted Qa,. ke-r.
Instead of thrashing the l.d he
gave him a benevolent lecture, and
told ham he could have all the fiuit
he wanted, if, he said, "thee will ask
for it and not steal."
The boy went west and grew up to
be a prisperom farmer, and in re-
mhembrance of his appreciation of the
good deed of the Quaker he hiess
planted a hundred miles along the
wayside In fruit trees for the wayfar-
ing boy amdlthe wayfaring man.
Alexander H. tephens appeared in
court one day as a volunteer coannel.
A woman had died and her estate
was about to be conaumed by human

Mr. Htephens began his oration by
saying that many years before a poor
barefoot boy was trudgiug along the
public highway, footsore and weary,
seeking his fortune in the world.
As darkesS was gathering at out
him he approached a big house aud
rapped for adeaitUance. The mis,'r. s
of the mansion herself answered the
summons. He was invited in, was
given a warm supper, a comfortable
1bed, and the next morning in place of
his threadworn garments he found a
new suit of clothes and a new pair of
shoes, was given a warm tbrt akfaot, a
sweet parting lecture, a warm kiss
was planted on his lips, and he was
sent on bis way rejoicing.
"That little boy," said Mr. Ste-
phens, "stands before you bow, and


bearts are rich in sympathy and the
nevolence and St no period of the
world his the milk of human kindaesm
flowed more freely nor to more nt-Ilit-

ge-nt purps ew than now.
Floridt is not without her herefae-
tfor and to whom the thanks of our

people are gratefully given.
"Ir. John R. Rtetson is givinD with
a liberal hand to steson University
anid \lr. Flamler is expendinti his rmil-
li *ns in a way tlat is doing practical
W",!o to thousand of people of th",

M r. Fingler is not only building rail-
ways. palariMl hotels, magnificent
,ihi rches, and private residences, that
.re giving Florida a reputation in all
lands, but is foundiumi cities, establish

ing coloni-s, aiindi t atric h s just given the state of Florida $10,-
(N) ms au enterisc wedge towards the
.tielowmir-ni of schools aud colleges
And these men and women are
givinst tha-se priticely benefactions
without any blow of trumpets!
They are d,'ing these- things not as a
sense of duty, but tbeenu.e they find
in "the doiug" a genuine pleasure.
There is not so much in the amount
as in the object of a gift and the
true motive and purpow, of the giver
doe- the honor and the credit lie.
These men and women are building
monuments not alone to themselves,
hut to 'he age in which they live.
We honor be mesn Nod the- women
who are givitn It this prominence.
Obaresa readwaly lesa.
A bh t of ib-. aove named well
ftown phiIoetliropb u- ~ nuwviled
i* I' astra-l Park Iis, w-el. It was a
irit to the tity of New York by the"
wnwe*-ve of ttioe bo.oh, nsed *ns in ree.-
onitios of iMr. Resmou' donations to
*, lie aid of IeIh~ o tts t1iit Is 1 t11 e e'--C
-41.r" of h.nldisome memorials in com-
nse'smortion of det-ds f 4outh*-rn
vt'. r
Outside of the-e donations Mr.
R'ute has i -en very largely in otfier
T' the city of Winchester, which
was tbe steue rtruagle,, be has liveu $30,000 for the-
development of t's water supply. He
has riven P30.000 i.e ihe Uaniversity of
Virginia, amsd $1)0.000owanlsa miene-
ortal bll for 0he samue iisiltutr'n He
has presented to the city of New
York a double satne of Washington
and Iafayette, whi.h eot nol).,*o0.
At the unveilli-g ceremonies of bhin
hust ihtere was quite a num ser pres-
ent aod lauitale p.a-poebes were ad.
,y Hou. Randolph president of the city rouniis of New
York, Hon. <4eo. C Claueoo, press
dent of the park eoumiwiion, Hon.
Walter S. Logan, Col I .. d Oweu,
anuit others.
A large numtwr of Stouthebrn women
were also present at the unveiling

Strikes a ieob Fled.
"I was troubled for several ye'rsm ith
chronic Inle eo IO. s no...& iwrvousM de-
hisity," writes F J. Gree s, of Launers
ter, N. H., "No remedy helped mwe un-
til I tegun usini EI.cirit. Bitters,
which did me more, g lo than all the
medicines I ever usdl. They have alma
kept umy wile in et-Sellet health for
years. She says Elecirec Bitters are
just splendid for female troubles; that
they are a grand ,oide and iuvigorator
for weak, run down women. No other
medicine can take its place in our
family." Try them,. Only l.0,.. salis.
faction guaranteed by Garrett & Gerig.

What Does It AllI Mean?
The Tribune assa. I. Rrvn anli


opprtunlth of becomleg wwful tild-

Oeorge Peahody was another man
who began life in Ihumble olreumN
stances. and who distributed his
wealth with a wisdom of judgment
and sympathy that made him a true
ht ufaf*tor. His wise rharilies in
London and hib well-considered eon-
trihutionmm to the. cause of edeation la in
this country, indlete the fine jude.
ment and true sympathy of the man.
Mr Vand-ritilb's gift to Vanderbilt
University at Nashville, Mr. Rokefel-
ler's magnifInPDt gift to the hlsaio
University, Mrs. Lelard Standford's
generous gift to University,
Baruin Hirbch's and Montefero's
a*rid-wide grifts, show that human

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Are We Justified in Complaining of Hard Times?

Let's Unite and Change the State of Affairs.

I aM 4mA Inhae iingg you the emloned pro-pe.tus, which I hope rip
*er piwart ei'as J lan4 ,,-iM .ei a4diti whieh must be apparent to all who s
ee.* I 4d oe weith* Oi hope that I my have your to operation iu trying to doi
*4. mental l1t seleal benefit. I wish to -all your attention to this a, not to
atei*e, far It was enmOetwed is my mind so an intense d. gr-e to be a matter,
tadly, that *rw*mtl pIow *se he a duluok of the problem that or ty veixs
any itis wem Nbu of bhs mewhbor'a usnterets This, to my mind, will @ol e the
p are***l' gehdpntii ad Im dlIng will solv the problem of a desirable and pr
w.r waut pla'e t is ne nsweea .ry to cail your attention to the fact sihal tie
eI a-st and wiSte-. You This all ar used you-flne old plantations thai
b me living prmowdued mq* .r, yruap intigol, tobacco and cotton to an extent ihi
betsl I. market, instead o' one b osr as meow, mre not only uncultivate uandl u
a**t omw 14rdu f ood e-gh its forty years to pay taxes.
I all a- dw. are se uJumlfAec in t4,mplaining of hard times? Can we NI
4ate ,of aflains t.* is?t
Thi- vat vat nt ft aliable and productive country i- fast being conkig,
e.. F. i. this, i. a -l as tao l-o0scurage- our farm rs with their small patches oat t
fur nmaikic a nma0k.- i. pr s id
.%rs o.-ist-- in bthe -oil .of Florida to an extent that is sariee ry s.-onid to(
ns. i- *:4ed i. a i* .IreNluw-i it i alniot-t as gnoat quantity. IR. tine it, and nrm
ti".- Ari0 0 *:I a niare, t. ftor (ie re i- t>nlse ohl'er ll.,c it. There is searcel ton
gro',. fven ns at .r grnat! t., oni, -valne, :siet will yield all the way from
p-tse-d, t. ile. I t.res- i r, 'usar |,-yia g ,oi,. Your average pinte lin to *' lo"' 1 r1, n,,el *e--l a l-. ad han tntiks a-ll tiie wVy from ten to thirty ha
a ,* ni- er I w-.r Ih wtort.intr watt a eivrtreeof -y-tiemi that will i- sore best r sult
ste.n th, eIrtlu *1 $ 0-put otn tli. n:kaik. ,~a, -,tioei 4 lorida syrup" the purc-ha-e
**r ** i- f.or amfy gps ounth.- r of rlorrels h. kinow- it isanil asike-. There is no
inorntsl -yraIp ,ui.w. O-we'u-e ,-n oth* ertiie :iiati ut-killful way of nsaking it there
in-. i nean thai ie alike
Ss. Il1 -I t **- at-slo lVe'' .-ary that tlire -hould lie a "head etitter
well % iare that 4 -,.1:i e,-ant rr I i 4all lt thae a'i- e r.i-e-i iu .lar onani n -urroiuin
mi-le-elt sonu in lhth ti dr, .tioii. Tih. "iheaild c--ten er" i n, how* ver, :;ndI wil',
saillitert* in eaz h aIrd e\rl\ t"eiiiiteuilol- where ten .!-I;are< of sti ek hlive leei
*I. n.:.q 't anl *., *j.t-* t ie, -aK e'0 .a % lia t there. nit in this connee-ttion lot in.- all
s* I gI'* 1 a~i va l.t,-, efoe.-o* lh h.rality v lw re i jilani nai-y Ie, p;i- (d. T1
-rut.ih q-ur .*.'et.. M' *c1 ;.a:a., II;.- jui--e. ,.atdi ; tid IIiy ie utilize id for iany 3 u pur
% <*i ulnd,,ut.e-Jily utder-taned t e ipresentt i- 'ie of farmers and p anturs
,'.to-tleta- f-.r .\. o'liwer thaiin sotiiig ai iuan into aD oth.iee without furt
*lea'.,r,-.t tI, lIy tlhi- aLi attl r I** ytu s I h us i nIt.-iti,-h a .eirene as h(be niorta
I asI .- re a tt lilii i'. "t Iig utle-ri ,kilsi, ..t* probably tof Ill-ft t
take. maUl ItnI hlI.l4. 4 t4liat a oues:,i'-r t wetn would develop into a:t "Moses a eli w
It ha' te- et -*., ".4All e, ,ueetie evelrop i: nmani for ne occasion Perhaps t
In eo-conelu-i s. Set ine a'- you if this matter intee's your approbation to1
May I h t jo4iv, you in one -hare It d le bt't. r, if you could organize your uneight
'ti at-*y W.-ure- a p'a,,t for your tnich* orhoorh It is mo,.t desirable that we
re-h ,ei*- and r-vopirate juice in more than one nieighborheowl this coming fal
4.. m* without it ', many fail.
If chi- fai.'- hoawrver. I pnrmniseA you it will not 1w my fault. Give me yot
P. tP. Will eberfally answer all c.-rrne mpo- enec upon this subject.

acemp-jnh i *|direct for sh uwse of any person, m"y
mmailu Ip i idrw, u ediene, apepliauen-, alpn ratus
the mout b. hermp
tltoan o tide skhai, or other agenry, whether material or
I* FtM"M t*it m o material, fer the cure, relief or
U elmS is, emeiachmimagid pllliation of any ailment or disease of
=4iomeO the d'"e is akig the mind or body or for the cure or re-
fo1gw -rnth leNMood e li-of of anv wound, fracture, or ot her
P Md .ef actually cleadse of thai bodily injury or deformity, after havy-
tst rw psemm aug received. or with intent of re iv-
a a. ILb$b tonhaske l a hdohl Ib th.refnron, whether direc- ly or in.
Gwr thabperdek pmoon. It s'um the directly, any bones, gift or coupen-
wafmt misni litgkly mad permanently. nat ien.
S t M ratd siL~ This hill. if it were to hecomne- a law
.*.m. I tried amed be rigidly euforcvd, would secPure
telle do"nWrs but
. ...u m C '.t their treatrmet the arrest of al praetitfi SmN oase-wr ew agi 'worse-a m tal K-ienee, Chriotian Soiencee Faith
Ser.aMnr emirCeonet.,c -** e *o
fe mU4 mw 'y 'eo a .w pw; Cu-rie s Vitapatht% Orteopaths, those
Cr.e sia rl", and palen-ve
a m- U arwe m lvu t rh'eumRtkpA1iM whio neassage would shut up Tu'kish
i4ea. mand arms Mymeeeatwe ea c"U
me a 0tbwadetelassIa and all other hath roouns to people
miesei a% !iIb sd abs who bathe for health, stop the sal-' of
a, -t mineral waters. sincee no one could
asw s eW-i mituleral waters if he did not "PSug-
SSdhsl s5?Mr INS ve a"t to Uve people that they were con-
to my ese, dueative to health,) and stoep the Pale
=8of t mtalent ediene.s, and forbid a
11_64168 a11dnrg clerk to- o g. sat" to a lady that
900O !mk A11; LI ..- a ---- Al *--A1a

S w blood pa
knasin. $1.ooi
SS iteegtaissapaticko
~e P~ utor O wmerul um
anda-ImbS k on Slead :
ig h sm ~w slm u gola,esatim oialwe
a& -mo wuth funl diwrtinus f OrWe
amomML ubgvp"ohinq for no&
ad Gab; s- YeuumVat bm
sonUWaSS.aM -iauTA, 4w

Ussa @a 0in Soew Tu6.
Too 16"m of The sonea
,,Odda b&ll n go avt and fine or
Impesuue a Pe.impns who paid o'bey
tb... a 66W vlar' *bshpieisp feW ad'+*
"Ad Qw uma to aeek raw e* e ally Ewe
""jea ofvuh -meof the rights of
low' pvqqsmgmb. ama1Mel so meake it a
EU55miel met an theepartas(f The one
paodfw 0lowstivg she selyaee cwresider-
lowOw 0w ere04Ase.
A *40 is moww befseerthe leelsl~ute
uaitdr theevery i~st"Wessspiwarlow
VSelp f "A lblI I& Keeahi"HkftWlbd O
M.ALi ..m.Ammimmad Ibis. their

@be "*ry tbose smelling notles for er

It would seem impnmsible that any
@ate hi.ature could pams such a hill,
but le Igiaturve sumneim-es do que-r
thlus. Under the plea .f "belug In
ae nluterest of the pullia heath," ab
doectre h4re got similar hills thr-ourh
two state lWk9.llturte during the pjat
year while it has been defeated in two
wbers. If they can prev-Dt put-lie
dsemr-ior, the bill may ass at Talla-
Our published work- sell In every
EaRustleb seeking country, and we
bhve correspomndents and friends-
amoor she intelligent, educated and
wealbvy people of every country in
the world. This without any exag-
e~eration whatever. We ere seeking too
found a "*Sbee-l or 0.11. g- I4 search"
at hbia place for the purpse- of giving
oleporul Uiy for abtnlutely unlpreju-
diced ivovetigstion alosie all lines of
mee-*Oifie reare-bh, especially tbohe
relating to the powenr of the mind.
To found suewh an intitution we have
alr-ady giv,-n 300 buildici, lots which
a ,&id realiz- at l,-at $10 000 to the
adlwe, as they sell at S500 to $1,000
per lot. Several have bten mold and
the proceeds applied to improvements
ou estretvs and campus grounds. We

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laire itself to all those who appreciate
d i b tterment to to an un* na lable




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that which Ib. leve to be n.t onl for A RW AR
lee considered a me-rely mouey-sakig :.
if taken hold ,of promptly and energe*- ........ .. _...
the misd of every well washer of not
Spro b m of a market *io farmers' and DOORS, ASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTUkAL IMPL K-
ogredsive injmigration so help build up
great. s pottionof our rich inheritance BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTS, DEMRE PLOW~s,
t .one, i, addition to raising thdir own
&at required four and six mule teams to WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET Ja. GROVu CUL
toc upied now, but have nor, for want
e justified knowingly to permit such a
ed ti ioriit growth. It LANTIC WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TOOLS.
ed to its original forest growth. It is .
*ane to increase them, that this hene ALL KINDS OF COOKING TOV
coaloil 'n Ie 1'n,.vy vniaU Is the-ame
ke it of uuiforn quality, and e have GLASS AND PUTTY, HEATERS, GRANITE
acre of lad in Fiorida lbo what wid
ontie to thirty harrels of syrup. Cow- IRON PIPES AND FIT- AND TINWARE. CUT
r- turn fom in ix to t.itrh barre s-your
trrtls Now itt mt. ask 3ou is thi ncot TINGE. EVERYTHING G LERY. IRON AND STEEL
ts? HI'.ete the nje-ssity of unily, that
*r I,.,us what he i- get itg, aad if his N THE LINE OF BUILD- BOLTS, ROPES, PULLEYS,
isariet toeyoid lholi conteosumption for '
,,ie -.-r,, I two I.,arrcs.i in lot na NGe 0 MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STO t .

r" for all smuh ent-rprises, you are very
ditg eount ics, atil we don't I r .pos~e to
,o.-ae rect the t ainl.agennt. of LARGEST STOCK-LOW EST PRICES.
i sulI.rihed and enou h taise p'itntted
l. ouraltte.,tion toa fae. tth:attay ulti- Hubbard & M acdufT, ocala, Fla.
hl .e same steam 1tl.t will lie required to Hubbtrd & M acduff Ocala, via.
p is that will i ugest thenilie vt .
,unitinr in a pr:aelial way and doing
her ':lioration from me. I halve, en-
titvy of man will dt, riuslyn Vke's .

han a man of my age ought to under- HOLL A ND BI '1"ERS
.ould l uad us thriouglh the wilderne-s.'. 0 iMAlTA ED in a country y hlio,.e- ,iIune i isaialarial and nm-r-
this wills vassiue, tut wlioue iniai:taiZ:it are hebalihy and strong. The
what extent ean you or wiIl you help' wonderful sucei- of the Hollandors ii triumpbhing over the
t.utryto*et sornisof ..urnjeig~htwors otsaer-meol unatu,, aud their record :s one of the purmw--
blis ed and t toos v(iorou-, phi3selly and menlzvly, of all nalsons,
,orhood, to sul tsrilw for ten sharesand prove that they snderetaund akinig evre fof rhePenilv.e Tb b high.
should ie able to establish plants ad eandt i ndard of all their remedies 1 Dr. VanOyhe's olland lters.
1. With your help we may bt able to Ple-a~snt, healthful and invigor.ireing. Used with -ff esw in e1 nAse
of Dyspepsia, Constilation and all Ill" di*e to a Diaonlere4 or tour
S.tomach. It strengthens the 4ilomaS-b, tote-s the n, rv-s and stilieu
ur help and it won't fail'. atei the appetite. ft Mlas Equal as a Seaeral Tetso wad PiSer.


a.d we beHive that the prew general- dSPECIAL V ELECTI AND
ly will oppowe the outrage which the AOAPTED r M
pvW-age of the hill will be horn upon PLA7TI .
us and upou the liberties of the peo- | aWf ske sms n Geamnie
pie. Respectfully, .m os. se.t ce s.s n ed ield ed
C. (P. POT. b e.n @W% s"dIcum ad Mem Su____ ,,''
o wTomatm .,O -v
Thos Ai---e Tie cOeO StW Fresht Field ada rde sSeel*p .*hi.
q -

Pill a bott mon glas wt yo THE EXOELSIOR 4S ED FAR-MS,
ter and let it stand twenty-four hours; a THE GRIFFING BROTHERS COMPANY,,
sediment or set- O. Box 33 0. JACKsONVILLS, PLA.
Sling Indicates ana > Cstatve free pon e oplicariam.
unhealthy condi- O N __ -- -- .
tion of the kid- __
yo linen t is F. EDWA DS'
evidence of kid-
frequent desire to
S. pa ss It or pain In
convincing proof that the kidusys and bla Gainesville n d Ocala. Fla.
der are out of order.
What 9 o ,
There is comfort in the kowledg a SS
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfil every
wish In curinl rheumatism, pain in t he
back, kidney liver. bladder and every part 9 IL,2L\" y ^
to hold water and aoalding s paintpas I 3a B, m Be
R. or bad effects following me of liquor. I 6 |
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpluannat a
asoesstty of being compelled to go .ea elm E -
dnthe dky,and to get m ny time YE

maiz It stands the highest for Its worn )
derfal cures of the most disratsag cass.
Iyou need a medicine yeuhoul m ave the GIN CO
best. Sold by druggists$t,stM. alm.
Yo may have a maple battle sf thlie i $
ad a book ,hat .
more about It, both
K loty mer ..---'m FINN WINBS. WPIaKIN, and BRA DIIS.I8

Co.. Binghamtou, N. Y. When wrmli ur.. ......m e...75 M S.. 01 aL...
sa g this gerousel this paper. 2 ......orthC... cem m. .---- a
my 0 *" ............. 2.s56 My -W ** 't w rw.

H ughes "'''--
My m ** 4. os M y3n ** ..
i '.iL a oo My I.o New ~nlal3d RI m dat. ........... 3 a
C ll To The Jug ad Keg Trade Made a 8seiiI releaire.
ChIII ll Ic a. lsetayour orde always send enough to cover the eMoa of too EaslMa 4g em
-ig *e, ju=g. c: g, j 3-gailon jug.y 35sc;: ke g SI
(Palatable) I ell more ey ad better whiskey than ay house FlorMs. bemdse I gue gfoa. ** a
a tr wilt owice yut **w are the peote." Teeee withthede.
Better Than &e".azimoto le"e. 3. F. EDWABDS.
Calomel and Quinine...
(Contaias no arsenic)
"The Old Reliable" STANDLEY, CRANFORD & CO.
An Ezexcellent General Tonioe, as well
aq a sure cure for Chills and Fevers.
Malarial ever, 8Swamp Fevers and Leading Dealers in
Bilious P tvers.
-I" NEVER FAIL---- W A r 4 "kTC

OW- 4WW-

I .,) -1 v -A -


a Serial Weam as "the Cature *f

TI- Toledo. ., Ttlade w,3is that
AgislIde)is iruilty of treaso,, mer
tft death uid should be executed.
Mrs. W. H. FPelon, a Georgia wo.
mail, Ihinks differently.
He-re t what she says:
Aguinsido was the Filipino leader
antll he was esptured a few days aeo
Be fugbht for freedom for himself And
hii people and waa overpowered. He
seiselled iaglfAl Spanish tyranny, and
when lpala sold out her claim to the
United stEM governmeOt for ),000,-
stheam Algumaldo continued to
lhte for feedom, and the United
8aote di wat tpon was unable to
U : N iR septumre Aguinad
emeal Walalgaton was the Amer-
ieas taoer, d be fbsht the British
tnspa for Mewm ymrs. Oftentime
dihsatd, he ettaMined to fight for
f .eda*m m- d mm"-t lait su oemful.
If ememal Wahlutonn had been
eested as e"aptured like Aguinaldo,
S them ted queautl3 would have been,
*bthat to do with traitor George
Washltem." With success a man
beoeas a patriot; with defeat he is
alerd a taitor.
One of eur boisterous Aea captains
MyV : "Kill him! for be will be trou-I
bleene." Gallant Aglainaldo! Brave
but ansaucaeifl leader!
If you had whipped your fight you
would have been the greatest warrior
on two hemispheres. Overpowered
and overrun; firot depleted by Spain
and then devoured by the army of
the- United States, you made a heroic
atrugale against heavy odds, and even
your eoenies are willing to praise
your nerve and heroism. You fought
amiust stupendous diffculties, and
were at last betrayed into capture and
mvybe exite. "Fighting 16t," is
afraid of you, in prison bond., and the
wort.I.kLowsicou were true to horn
and native land!
What will President MeKirnley do
with his captive? Will be put himu
on exhibition in a cage built under
thi o aabIinglon monuimezt in the
re*- r of the white house, or will be
send'him to some St. Helena to die in
c .tivity? If the ( capture had taken
plve, a few weess sooner the Filipino
ebieftain might have been one of the
strikirta fimtures of the late inaugura-
tion erremonles--unybt carried along
after the victor's chariot to the espi-
tal, as old Rome witneused triumphal
,o-,osi,,ons in the day. of Caesar.
If General Washington could
ep-sk today what would he say of
Agiiualdo's struggle for freedom?
Iteet**mbering Valley Forge and Tren-
to,,i, what would be think of Aguln-
audo, on his native soil, struggling for
civil and religious liberty? Remem-
iwrlitg Major Andre, and the truitor,
Be.tdiot Arnold, h&Lt would our
pr..-t Veashington think of the erea-
tur. debauebed by Amuerivau 'old,
S;h*. Ied Agulnaldo into t.i, ti:s of,
'l'as-re wtar" no Paulditgs and Vani
W*ra in the Piailpinpe islanuds to
wi Iiraud the bladdiiihments of ghd,
a,,t Aguinaldo, beset tly traitors in
th.- pay of the United States, is a
ptue,,ul rememorance to those of us
who have not forgotten the patriots ol
1776. UIke General Funston, the
Bris- hb general, -ir Henry Clinton
waited lan New York city until Gen-
eral Wasahlngeon could be betrayed
into hia hand with the~ garrison at
W,-a Podlt, and Arnold eestped to a
Briih 'abhip and was pensioned with
Basii.hgold until he die-d full of In-
famsy sed 4aded down with the fiery
riw,.omeheao those he betrayed. The

dauataudifdilplmos who contrived the
eaes ure. e their leader wil be well
paid mmdI'General Funston will be
lauded .far his success la handling
t Di! the shame of it all! To this
complexionhas the pride and glory
of ,*ur republio been brought in this
over wreeniog lust for conquest and the
b.t.e use of bribes. Aguinaldo can-
no' thiLk less of his faithless com.
radea thas do some Ame-ricans of sue*h
d-,tardly warfare as this. Theie Is
n.- instance in ancient or mode-ru his
t-ry where tresson was prai-wworthiv
or 'hose who bought the traitors were
wi, hout blame.
As my mine gots tuck over ueor
feour years of clvil t rife my recollec-
tiow of tress n aid traitters to the

te *sh ist luridly vivid. The craven
we would beitrav h* neighbors ,r
s-il teeima-lf for anything the e-ne-my
ceoumhI or would ofter hitul iu to be f,,r-
ever a ahte and au outnast to thoee
whi. t** kwe or loved him. I, i a
erme.- withouts merny-a ain agluast

Thi| Philipptne war bas always
bee*-* an owtrae mo our civiliation,
and i*t end of It ia fitting close to

AgtIlskl in IlImsn Is a nobler pio-
ture iham the ,orruptinnlhs, loaded
dowv, with hbnerw and heralded with
a..k..... mr _1< d...-. I



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I Guarantee the Quality and the Price.
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-soable others.


The moat serious thing in life is ma.
ternity. The child who inherits weak-
ness is handicapped for life in the strug-
gle for existence. The weak and sickly
mother surely devotes her offspring to
misery and misfortune. The romantic
idea of marriage is based on love and love
alone. The scientific idea of marriage
demands sound health as a basis of mat-
rimony. The utter helplessness of love is
written in a thousand experiences of
young motherhood. The child, the
mother would die for, cries in her arms,
and she is too weak and worn to comfort
it. She can do naught but weep in
As surely as the most serious thing in
life is maternity so the most necessary

thing for the prospective
paration. For preparati
There is. in general, no
weakess and weariness a
ted with maternity. The
for the nervous anxiety,
birth pangs, and after
commonly experienced by
In, even women
the trainng- necessary fa
ercee. They know that
sustain the strain of outdo
must prepare themselves
Aad yet the average woman
reat- strain of maternit
-'MObm pmreaimon for t
-ar event bel e her. Nerv
a to be submitted to an
strain aad yet there is no
them for the ordeaL
The fact needs to be
every woman that she ca
the strain of motherhood
pare for any other extraor
to be .made upon the vita
nature of this preparation
forth in the following lett
' I take pleasure in inf
the birth of a boy in per
May t8th. I899" writes M
of WaltouvUlle, Pa., Box
find words sufficiently stn
to you my thanks, for the
was almost without pain,
husband arrived with the d
was already born. The
were with me. and my hn
doctor could not believe th
Ing suffered so much befo
Hiev" myself able to be

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living child. I ten everybody this ay
event was due to the help of God and of
your medicines I shall never be without
your medicines henceforth and shall
never fail in recommei-neig your Fa-
vorite Prescription.' I have used the
medicines which you prescribed with the
best results.
"Our hearts are full of gratitude to
you for your medicines, which have given
us the happiness of having a living child
of our own, after so much suffering and I
"I recommend Dr. Pierce's Favorite I
Prescription to all young women who
are in the same condition that I was in
as one of the best remedies in existence.
I have used eigth bottles and find my-
self in perfect health. Accept my best
wishes for your welfare to the end of
your days."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has
been the means of preparing thousands
of women for happy motherhood. It
prevents or cures nausea, tranquilizes the
nerves, encourages the appetite and in-
duces refreshing sleep. It imparts great
vitality and muscular vigor so that the
baby's advent is practically
painless. It gives the
mother strength to give
her child, and is an un-
rivaled tonic for nursing
Nnh %~~i moteL

at the prompt and perma-'
nent benefit derived from
the use of "Favorite Pre-
ascription." Its effects are
Snot transient and tempor-
ary, but they conduce to a
-, / condition of womanly well
being, which seems often-
times like a renewal of
'S i youth, so marked are its
Effects and so lasting the
vigor which it imparts.
.~Mr Orrin Stiles, ol
DowningDunn Co., Wis.,
writes: "I have been in-
- / t '" ". ever since e my baby waM
'- l orn in rpard to what you,
Sav'-ite PIrescrilption' hab
too V. d): /. fdo::-. for -e. I cannot
to '/ pra.e it enoligh, fcr I have
nlot iL-,n as well for five
ye-(7 qs I now am. In
July laAt I had a baby boy,
we:gi: tr pounds, and I
was only sick a short time,
and since I got up have not
_____ had ne sick day. I have
- "--not hrJ any uterine trouble
since I got up. I was not
mother is pre- only surprised myself but all my friends
mD is possible, here are surprised to see me so well.*
need for the Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes
o often associ- weak women strong and sick women well.
re is no need It corrects irregularity, dries disagreeable
the prolonged drains, heals inflammation and ulceration
enervation, so and cures female weakness.
' mothers. Thousands of women have been sur-
en understand prised at the cures effected by the patient
r athletic ex- and persistent use of Dr. Pierce's Fa-
to successfully vorite Prescription. This medicine has
or sports they cured diseases which have failed to yield
i by training, to any other remedy. When doctors
an will face the have declared a cure was hopeless, and
y without the when other medicines had been tried in
the extraordin- vain," Favorite Prescription has brought
es, muscles are about a lasting cure. There is no other
extraordinary put up medicine specially prepared for
D attempt to fit woman's use which has so wide and
wonderful a cure of womanly diseases to
ATON its credit.
ATox. Sick people, especially those suffering
impressed on from chronic diseases, are invited to con-
in prepare for sult Dr. Pierce by letter free and so ob-
as she can pre- tain without charge the opinion of a
dinary demand specialist on their ailments. All correS.
l forces. The pondence strictly confidential. Address
on is well set Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
er: The dealer who offers a substitute for
orming you of "Favorite Prescription" does so to gain
feet health, on the little more profit paid on the les
Irs. U E. Corti, meritorious medicines. His profit is
25. "I cannot your loas, therefore accept no substitute.
to exprhil
's coming FREE TO WOMEN.
and when my Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
doctor the child Adviser is sent fre on receipt of stamps
usighboas who to pay expense of mailig oly. Send
aband and the 21 one-cent stamps for book in paper
beireyes. Hav- covers, or 31 tamps for the cloth bond
ore I never be- volume. AddreMs Dr. RL V. Pifc%
delivered of a Bu1al N. Y.





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Louisville & Nashville, via MostglufuM.
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Fo.twekeFlt. 1 .4* I
U1re..ef o..o-t.r lo A -1 *. 3.- 1e

In llsee teu l;4 4 .o

I~9ydaes~t.d, f eaa? killk'd.

foolw4hirvi oaf th-' wat.orglao,.1-i..,va-%n
gee &it"e. b a-A?*- oilaaly if( S.- early
Perte11r boflr.Mte.- hav'ele re-r'ide'rvo
by tbe' resgisear e.Seem.'r.'stoaptiallIng.
We wiaketa 1.-W .u101is eo n'sfra tthe'

beg wo-re head up toy' tine of thoo Worvit
m~we..ef-euver krit-an.s. Whismisthe
!,.wfu~liwe- frote41ritoro i t~eaitwh.-is to
otvolre lit" I d*l. % WlioIt.- Ii .fillt e-tristor'
djuaei, tlie. -1140'aen -,I n-t teat it
f-tw4C il sen a .1V ~ il-.- I' .it1- and

ft.-ttI4 I'llcan 1atiM HaEiti ttrpvt-Iretlruadii
loea.%n.- "Staid. -!--too utrax'61 rif"I *t Ivill
ma~a. j. 'I-f ri tlai a 2c-lM :-'?t f -r .8.1y

low t u 1., 1119ie. A f11 *-a -.'gIt-

Ma that ti.. re-0.440.11ui it.a.e rt it
wwmved lai~t i aFttil*,

"M v- ate t I tl.'e4t. l~kn4'life-Fin

wuvekel ,rde* tg-. he's'v -16161111'nillti at*

timatlot at ti.468se'Wda
"TOW 'Ixh sdtetooIII*~s- te-.'tra IIs 14
a&4 It"*. -a~l.oa'g all Fivem- I-. Sa. yr_

9utflyr -gas It t il-ej.-w
*%It ~s I.- 0 4-0 1# v~ia s, slid
Allov.;rn Va'. Leart E. lras- -tj1Tvrvod
Aso so-eo? .-It1oe C11.1-1sO'1I. (oits-- loutis
dresS f".,-.I afoh.- w.01-vi... 'Ira 1,%4
oerew i i '"11 41*9 14. 9%I'3' it I o, .Aiik.
tow 01t6-4. t.* '. r. tI#. I. -Ilk -~;-*

to U tao". aI I Int a a ia 29- *re Ij-trio .1.

allbeeerm. .1'16 a-l. I heW I.-lto:.-Irv
lb"Pollow & 11,40- IFro. trAL.k.- ne-re-
hslat 1Nasilet Wooter '.? noIS riTh.-
%@" eseu"e *tt-MU111%9 miodgieg SInt
disew.- tra. 5.-. 0etool a laret.-f -r.--ef
gopp eot*6d ec9t ome-p"she's, .ear."
*lat Stllovvr rati. t,&.. the vdamage.
tv th lleed u*&A ieurse wrm N- e0coselll-ara
W assay beaus.. Mated amistwq or
offiffi wt f mto. At at, P&6n.. the
godowof IThames 3)gmo a"d N ~
ck ( OWI Se to ba hi Mob

^aa" m "er ofern of Hi
p we w h 2VgreesI"hubrwde'
"I ____ d &" M~i to
p w ohe t be b ie ar m s 11h14 "m C04111

bees to saow .1vbww& ow d mowatha

66me. Ihiww 6U brow Mehinafter-
-m. The mmemas ilopt~ e Oerthof
~miuih rew* it, with 1130. anm
s~igim inApdl. 1
d~a hmbw a deemib we" was
a *=asU"OI 99f 7 am" in the

- mben Obw ahebs metr kimto 43
- she ao mtWeedfive wyes.can-

W swimea s wp 8" 60""4mad w"Mr

swhinmMW*md --cree. wil ept st av to

PmUUS~60400de. .is lorida.
ItDe~ss"S no WNr.
Wo 4gw-every toioe .wuitetwetebarn tre-r

"t ba e& %own moo" hl'y Dr. Kitty's
3.. Dowwivs-ey f-erST 41DWumoiosl. I's
api9VG tools have. .eew'eawlf On 184404s"
wei~oetsof E4511-i-Ust *WWI, efleesei'I"t %.
yj ol, aIurt.v anti ger-ouchlt ii,

pwri~t.- ci~I ercuh.sad

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ourt of Final Appeal. T piin
Tile Court of Final Appeal. Tlhf F:notus Atlanta Optician

I' x1 t; .': bls et r.i ; ,1 4o kly
Pr*f. f lkr. ,s : "* \'>. i the r' -

*Val ti'-* it: *i tary i-II*-i it p ol- I

Wear' hl.-w.1
Dr. I. B. H i Ii wct: "Teknowk-dge-
we' 4; 'urri. r, hM t .. N.-w r i *
S.\*: "1" r' <{iire. t h*. gr ;-ate.--t < .t,
"* tI .-x| ri,- n,., to s'erii-. :s;m l keep,
t* -ar frl-y- tir'tin prdiovse ter t tere
Prof. Folkard ,ays: "For the re-
itsoval of tatlsMtitmry ittlen-ite ian pota-
luted W. Thr, s, i-r are nipil rdiecent-l
wr i Ft r likeper."
Dr. 1. H. Hitlikss s: ttle itnowledge
we- utrw uge-m of the unieti value.of
at-r itarWatier prove tht thrive youre
is t!* ap|patrian 1f to little aldvanltagl
al, thednte-y tiur flwat er.
B. W. Thomas, maC roteopit, recent.
ely vesaid "Fitrinr is lik perfu.min:v
fe.--t i m. keM it a little lists o t e-uSive,
hut it i ijust %s dieadlte. Filtering th a
,su*.terfulilte of no
A Puritan Water ill will give you
alluttly teur"p waterly.
it. C'. L D)VFH.IIE. A mltt.
.NXTl-'ll TeTIMONt ttr.
\V'. have (ill*.l frofml bir. L: v-
ertd.- o-i- lf the to ture Water ~wli
i!, it:t, ih .41 t 1 d1, s ali th1 t i.s 'laitedll
foa it. Thi- little -till sits on the strov-,
iik*' t illtt. ith water, atld in the

**uk .tg r .--,t wt'er fr thW ue e ofa
ih, farl:.v iunrinlg the IIPXt two (1a8'c
\' -I i It :1 Itfe'"hm.da ,ry ajunlyt tall
It.* 1 hlln i iln .'*l t
lLe.spet fully.
iI H. i'AKI;o. IL.
FMt \ l -K A i l- l Hll I. **, ;'l

S'h;.,'. ..I mart. M. i ., .:b : "I amn
*,**, vitt,',, t|i,! tlhe l*re\val,.to,'* of m a-
i It.-lwatrelv i ,iu toe the w.-atr weu

<,i.* lt. :,;lth It!, s..y,: "W ell
w. ter F-, i' tl.-hi a he :tkiu t- of ti
til- ih..t dt.-h i I< heir to. ,We call
l, ,, l|,:*l;t : !l t (i\ hoidt, ne rly all
la. ta I g !. t **htit'tlggi lliver oeltminja ti'
da***ti re *:ti- to ihe r (rir we doink."
K.* M r i K1;. '-lAI.I. WI;., S*E II l:
I>:. V., Tooker. e. honlyao.n -:ay
I-'r ll**l waler ip lhe anl, of" puri-
kty. Ftor th.-himt theo kilu.ys. atimu-
latiIy the luwater, liver, limits by atig

Wrp mslatier ll.roN. Y..tase v"te pur-
d wailld water furnataitte the linfe-
rior to dimied wamtu ."
K. MEl C.r Ke-ler, MU.D., Syracus
N. Y., ayno: g"There i only onth way
known to .rientils, to *Perre ahos-
lut ley wwter, aId that is by din the

T-e seashbnsd Dr. Jas. H. Jack-
enI. Iaevlll,. N. Y.. ays: *IThe pur-
et- aterio New York state is infe-
rior to dtioii ed water."
E. A. M hClelland, M. D., sys:y
"There t, no ,|uention but that dia-
tilled water i the hett remedy in the
world for dImeawe."
Hai.ton Health Club: Di-tilled
water i. the htwt medli ent-r the te.-).'u.".
Wat.-r 'still" for seale hy
R. C. Lov KIRGE, Agt.

DI't drnnk iu death any longer.
With one of thems stills you can make
the hardest, foul*e*t water twft, pure
and d-liriouw. The cost is snmIll, the
ten-**fieit- Iri1-.-es. Call at Whaley',
fruit stand and see' them-n, or, if you
prefer, I'll take phasure in exhibiting
rome in operation in your home. Op-
eratto very simple, requiring very
little attentiou.
Batlitg water at best but kills the
mkitrbe and water pMasuing through
the bet of lltesm sto often the worse
hfr it, nless the filters are frequently

swerilired, and who doa thief?
Yours, fur good health,

A eaver tion something like
following occurred in Oals juat
"Doctor, would you advise the
of diatilled water for drinking?"






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N 'vTI- i. llE AV (,1VEN THAT LUN-
l der and I.v vi.t-e of a -ert-.ta order inadt
by the Hnorib'e W A4 Hock--r judge of th t
Circuit C ,tit for th :. 1:11it1h IIV! it, i -i I, cuit of th "
S ft:>' ( t i';.O .i ; 1:ilt to' M:,r to?! C,'ity. on
the :.r, ,av of i!arch A l)., vmt. in the matter
of np;:l Ia-i.,u .?f VAL'rER P WARNOCK as
adTini.%strator .f th _- r tatt of I I i:-iniston
lecea-ed,. .f1 p-tit'ou to the ju4ge of the Cirunt
court of tht- Filth Juwiicial Circuit .f Florida tr
and for ( it as LCounty. to sell certain re nl c!-atr
located in the co'n:ies of lMarion and Citnis. he
longng to the ti:atet of the ai< J. 1. l.i:ing
ton, dc-:-ed. :or the pay :nent ,f debts agBaimst
thti *:. te-thse. ithe nnd.Lr-gigiefi c(nm -n ti i-r
ap'-olinlte- in :,id otdtcr to .t-il ti :*al .estat"
therein deskcr'-be. located in t he Countiy t-of Vd-
ricn, -'ta': tf 'ord.)d. wallon,
.May 1i/. A. D. i,
betw-- : the hour< of it o'cock I. m. a'n.! z
o'dcl I ; tl in .t- .i f th Sii uth di'or of tht
court hoS-c in ut-nil M:irion cltmI.:,. Fl:lriti;i. at
p:tsic outcrv to the high--,t and l.-.-t bidder our
rash tht- allowingg! dt s'rilhe, propetLy, to-wit:
The nor'hwt-t qa:s-ter of the norilheat tI'a2t- r
of .secttin _6 to-A 'n-hii> .-itlt`;, range to e.ast,
Marion curanty, FPlnda.
>3 .- As Commis ionu. r


In Ce-nay Couct, MariotCounty. Flordl.--By
the CountyeJudge of said County.
to this court for letters of administration un
the estate of JOS. D NETTLES. deceased, latt
of said County of Marion.
These are, therefore to cite and sdnmonish ill
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
dec, aIed. to be and appear before this court, on
or before the
i6tA Pa?> of ,11aj A. D, r9qo.
and file objections. if any they have. tolthe
granting letters as afores id. otherwise the
same will be granted as prayed
Witnes- my same as count judge of the
county afor iaid. this and da of Auril, qpi.
("eal) R. BUI.LOCK.
4-5 County JPdge.


taxpayers of the the *ol.-wsing described
territory will on te first Mondav in May A D
19o01. present twthe board of pbl'c instructions
this petition askinir 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 disitict, with bo indaries as follows.
Commencisn at the southeast corner of sec
tion t,. township 13 scuth, range 22 east run-
ning north to north boundary of Marion county
thence west to rage line dividing sang s 21 and
22, thence south to the southwest corner of sec-
tion 7. township 13. range 22, thence east to point
R C mDougl;s.. s. 1 -- rla-d P S Alderman,
J A.'I. A. i tuovet!-. S I. Hall A. C.
Whi;,- S \Vkq( H 14 4yvr. Henderson
iK Haivcy Ftintik UDauseli. 1t. A Rich'. E. L.
Wartmann, T. F. Harrison, T. 11 Gibbs. A 12

toargesmr, masnLe~taning uupe-it

AlI-ifi.'-Yeair-Rtound Hoe- ADIXTh1UT3LT O = ) OTZorAP'ICA-
T 0.170"1F MAL D=MOa=I.

Iel in Fliridd. .


KRATES 2..0 TO $4.00. !

-WSpecial rate" by the mroath during
the summer.


Pianos and or.l-s s tuned, related
and repaired in :s first el-as manner.
AIaM wuak- a ~weiiatly of repairing
fine violin. iid guitarr.
%W' %I W~

undersigned. a- administr tor of the estate
ot JAMES B. CAMPBELL. will on the
r9th Day of Octoer, A D.. 190o,
make final return of his accounts and ask a dis-
charge from his administr-torship of .-aid estate,
in accordance with the law in such cases made
and provided
This itth April, A. D. sqor.
419 1ze6m E.t of James B. Campbell. deceased.

Ina the Circuit Court. il1fth Judicial Cireit, Ma-
rion County. Florida- In Chancery.
D. C. W. Smith. Complainant, vs. Alexander
McIntyre. et at.. Defew.aant-Foreclosre.
Io t he bill fild in the above ta.ted.a -nithat

Anwer-"My family has been us- r ALEXANDER MeITY ZE. LAURA COK
ig it fea f our years We have a Pure P 0. Box t bW. Oeula, Fla. "- 8 McINTYKm. SYDNEY J. BDWIs, as dmins.
I 4 tr ator de boois non of the estate of Searah E.
Water ttill and would not part with Couch, deceased, the defendants therein named
ae non-residiits of the state of rlorita. and
it. aS.ery family should have ODu. that Alexander McIntyre and Laura Cook McIn-
Thet ame turtion was asked aU- tyre are residents of mooCarondeiet street. in be
other atle n reality of New Orleans. state or Louisiana. that
other physlelau and he aa strongly lSydney J. Bowie resides at Talladtga, Alabaima
ee the of distilled wa- and each of said defendants are over hbe age of
remmnm**ded the ueof distilled wa tweny-one Vests; st is therefore ordered that
ter I lad ione said non-resident defendants be a, d they are
ter as | |. || **_ hereby requir.:d to appear to the bill of com-
plaint filed in 3aid ca.,e on or befor-!
J PAModaw. lae jft day of t/,le. A. D. 9o
JAPANESE otherwise the all-rttions of said hill will be
taken as conn:,4e- 1y said d-Jendants


A t sttte tr, tlm-i .t. c.),-; ting of S-*2alr) CSt, TRl t'NX,
-- ". r-alel o f I -:"-'i '- t a nt tw o C k.. N I O C K I R .
C.1 t A s .. .Tf,sl.. g cure for -Z tN: 1, ( .- o Co p:tr. :t.
S +.t th l, kn-el. w ch, l I v fl :a m -ful and-
th. 11 c :- t_ .v t h a Wh"t.-.


th e being the same being the t I nth. '
I will offer for sale and se at 1Ibe ctis to
the highest qndbeat bidder wer eash, is hft ef
the south door of the cout -b e at Oad. the
following described rel UaIer asthe prop-
erty in fee -imple of Mart at the tie -*
of her death. and tomate* ins 1-e co-ty. .
Florida. viz: Lot lettered 'C" n hat ma erw
plat made by T. M. Mictaw tlomjp CaMW,
weRf libbdvisson of the Amen6- saM *
slat being recorded a thae a hit resat Mb-
rion county, Florida. In deit o tuesed "K,"
at page 741. said lot beftag Igtklnarly de-
scrbed as bounded a the snghl Is lettieed
*"O" and '." and on the aWKth Ist lettered
"R" as shown by #aid plat; lems, Mer. form
the above ten-acre tract, uli moa en the east
side thereot sold by the saM rt- JoUomeI in
her lifetime to &Agusta P l3awe .itersrec--tem
M. Brown., Uth leavinMg towrmes emeaiMing a-
,he property of the a id Mathm a d
which I win 41er tor Ie a a I as y irtee of
the order afore. sid
4-5 SUM TER A B IULOC. CI rimioslser..

tax payers of the folhwib eIWerilbe I tertri-
tory. will. on the firrt under a Iay. A. D.,
191. present to the board of e instruction,
thin p tit .n asking the said 1-I to can a -
election for the purpose of a pecal tw:
school district, to be known aa bae speeeft
tax school district. witn boundarle as follows,
ommenc-ng on line of MarieO sad Labe.
counties at the southwest cor of eaat halof se-,
tion 34. township 17 asuth of rnage 2; rttmring
due north to north eat corner of a utheast1
quarter of secti- n Io. townshp 17. eoth of
range 24 east; thence rMne w Lake Wdir; lth-tce following the wterbs ol stIf
lake in a southwest erly direction to center or
w,-.t line of -ection 16 township 17. tonuh otI
r 4"st- 24e'3st; thetce'#-tie wtSto northtwel car%-
T;;rof ,-oonthwtst quaw er of section 14. t vr.-a
-hi :7 sotth of rpuge 23 east: theme due -r.ti'
t'o -outh tw'*--t crer dc f section 35, tow0bhp 17,-
,'nith of ran ze 2. ca-t; v'h-nce iue east to south-.
we,4t corne-rof east half of section 34, tiowr- hiAT
17 %nwith of tauge 24 east. being the poiut >f bc-
Frtn. L-tIle. Alexander Wynne, W. Al.op.p
IM a.- l.*..r' V t? f 1A- -lre ft;_ r I *

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lb SOAIAM, A&I t hb 2 IMSI Lkuaa, I%

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I MT-mt
10-. EIVED

1_ ^:; !--4I- 'If ClPtcr 4;^. lAt Lf IRA of
the T.;aw <.i h-oriJa n..tice t wrr.-y yiven that
i 4.. tihn i:ntst i.'i;i ofthe H'a.r f County C, m-
rmI.- -tlrs l.t M.ri'n c kuniy. lhariti at the
;-r .;:!Tar :q. I::; :- h- --; id !o' -d h h ,--
Si.nt son he fi--t 1M. n 'ay in, .?;C A. D). sjt,
to imLakL, A ;.Try of fbrty C its t'n l *- one I)1 .--
S!rt r :., jf;)property. t.t i t v:ed! 4
a.-.;. d saAai. t the taxable -.'!",.' .tIv it e
rid c ,'nty cf tairin t.r th,- year :9oti :i4
the pionete,, -o r.iscd to be !ct a,-iu a, s .a r, ad
iund tt tie used in the co.str;:ction, impr. ve-
rni-nt and maintenance of the public r, c4.
convert> iinl wibrtids'o ts tl, ?-.a:,! inuty of Mlar-
ion, and in the pu chase ofl tucan talemetis,i
ttam-. wagons, camp outfits and stockades ivr
the ue of and safe keeping of the convict for(
as may I). found necessary in the proper carry-
ing out of the work upoi. the public roadsl of tIn
stid county, and Ifr the employment of such
additional labor as may be deeded mterary.
Ordered by resolution of the Beard of County
Commint,.-oeris of Marion county, Florida. pas
se.d at the regular meetingof said owd on the
5th day of Marrh, A D 19o1.
Clerk of .-ar.l of County Commiwioners *
.Mar;oon tunnty, Florida. 3-22

In the:C2ircuit Court of the Pifth JwlicialiClrcft
;of lorida, in anl for Marioa County.
To Be-ssie H. McConanll .and All Other Persono
notice that a writ of attachment has the
day been levied upon that cerifti property of
yours in Ocal Florida, dc'crih*l as fel1- w*:
Connmtncing ;7, f-ct we.t of the northenit corner
of lot o10 Cadwell's addition to Ocala, trunttiig
thence south 104 feet We.4t 70 feet. northh in4 feet,
east 7o fe-et, t., :.tisfy claims of a.2 21 due the
Commercial Eank cahl Br.anch. a corporation
orguniz.d n:.< '-vcting" "nd-r the laws o Flori-
da; ti:.-ea..- thtre,tre to conseanad you to be
:,nd appear ,-l*< .aid circuit coast in tOcala,
Florida, on
.Vnlda -, ihe ,iav of jil'. .. D., i'90.
or judgment l1y dtfa'ult will h t. -mitred astanit
y debt.
Given i n.y haindand rli,::.l .4al, this be
4tn (!a, ,' ...A. D). i90o
(Sca:l) S. "r ,ISTRUFR K.
Clerk Circuit Court
W. K Ze ki. Att'y foi.Plaintiff. 34-


,one. of Article 3 of the ,. onstattion of Fluri-
.a n.Atice t hereby ,give that it is the intention
ofthe B.kardof County Commi.sicnetsof M&rios
county.. Floricia tonpply to the n-azt egislature
of the state of Florida., which cav anes at Talla-
ha.-see on the and day of April. A. D. 1901 for
the a-.-ag.e 'f :a -pecial r-ill or law .authorisiug
the. -aid country of Ma'ioni, through its Board of
County Corti t-ionter.., or in ct .weetijn withi
ai.n- .,iljo..::.;!ig co'iitty ,at imay Ix i)t.rcsted to
ct.nstruct and build for public use. sn connection
Smith tl:h public roadsotf said county, a bridge
O, rn! .*ic- h-. ii- With! acoch'e river t otr
r,: St kt--' Ferry. and a bridg? overand across
thM.: <':. : th rvr at or r ear Stark-te Ferry
aaim a ';.r;. '. 'c r bridge,. at such iether points
o'- r :a( cr( .. -.iIn'. rivfTs in said evvinty of %Ia-
r:u:j ;s is. t'e d!'.-cretion of said Board ifCosny
COm) st..ileri. rn aty m !w deemed nate ss ry. The
said lbrute- or bhndges to be provided with smisa-
W1'c drc..:,.a i!dl subject to the approval 4f chief
engintr.-rand secretary of war. aj provided by
the lawi of tl'-- United iStates int rertson to the
oustructio.n of bridges across navigable
o ordered by resolution of the Jaoril ..f county
Comnmi;-ionerT. of Marion ccmtvy. Florida.
passed at thi. regular meeting of "st, Board on
it 5th dayl of Match, A. D.. sia.
3-S Clerlk ld Co. Com. Marion C'V., Fla.


virtue of a final decrVe rendered by the Hoe.
W. A. Hocer. judge ath rbei setit t for t
Fifth Judicial Circh t ofst plt' c tD
in chaacery oan the a$tih a at..A .A
1901. in a certain cmea u l iIMiMs
are coumptiantits, a-nd I .H -W at
WILLIAMS are wherein th
undersigned was app'oanted to eae said ast
decree I will on
Mrosday, the 6th ds Mao A.D, AjWr,
in front ofl the south dior of 4e coust-.heusei-
Ocalsa Marion county. {lidos... bewn the
h .urR of 11 o'clock a a. ..e* o'ocheR p. i.. of-
ter-'ad sell to the Iihem d bIaS dder for
cash. at public outcry, the foagir n describedd
mo rt gued premises. to wltCdrineci~t at the
northeast coar er of fracti blck 4a old -r
vey ot the town of Ocal, nni thenMe Msath
75 feet, thence west 224 feet, tlnc-e Mrth 75
feet, and thence east 4 feelt to point of beiU a
uing. al! in Maron couty Florida, orm muck
thereof as m'y be necessary to satisfy mid onm
decree and coasts of Mat.
T. I. RG(;S.
Special raster in Ccancery.
Carles 1,. Sistvnnk.
iolicitor for Complainants. 4-5


order granted on the 265th day ol March. A.
Id. sooI by the Haon. Robert Ballk, a c naty
judge in and for Marion county. t ells. n the' *
matter of the estate of MARTBA .OESK. de- .
ceased. I. the umderiec, duTy appemnted ar
con missioner therein. heeey give see that ao.
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