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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: May 3, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


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bWn.s v oa cuc-tvd with w50mq r*%al Cs-
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sod "es.
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(Immkill. off sham .-11Y. l1,40rrt-tarne-d too
bre h. mri Us.- iu aeOnafter spolnding
arv w o~ utah. as Iasm'ller, lVla
'11m D. mw v-uith. Jr., after @spjend-
ift 16W Wlotser inO-Kaiathe guorst elf
Or sol Mrs D. M. $mlth, left lasit
Tewoiay fist her bhomw in 4hircgo.
Flor wbseplng-cmugb, asthma, brosie-
cAk" or 0.086epIesa, No medlelne
seeab kA~med'sHousehold Syrup.
hft-o 36 and 40c4& Amut-Neosegly
Afwerspoooling a dayV or two very
p saoly in IWW& U M MA Peot
a"d ebildAm. of 0 Vla left this MOM-
ke ty Owshe smor Menausee foe Han-
OW Ow Palsmws, awhere she expect
to Thet fdrensofelSir about three weeks.

"0)4dC'tasille. ato of Mr. and Mri,
W. 11. 4'hsull-, aoshe has tejeaWorking
feargive Pigotmt 4%010'ess, With a run SW-
tor.q' ijawuu'.4ayttl.-need Svtesuasaia,'-d *Asesa ismal too sake his
boqa..H twn erum thrser, 'kiyd, Is
ab. .ag.m..d e....Sold 1sheCfaMily
11111 t-r'smselalm- 4sn M-
toiem.. .m to he etelr*4et callow of
in- ts, ktie t.toew.esasds tof pe'r
me.- m,,,,.lly. P414910ellwqseville at~c
I%- at.? asoh a let I.- Praaly Asha o vso.gbeadsmIllb- ".se.maIb
41"0 ses"m dog -W4eeto. A esti-Moouopely
Drug 140- s l at &ell I-.
lbe. V wsun L ..A"' Af'ermottec
Who*Ca' iate. sue ..e,.illmad onsdo-
bus CutsINIO e4 F~riday by MNe.. l0nills
Osrv ia. ptrb'w= wevn Iby mrms
941ttoBeltl.*y. lh4IeIvmum ru'rudmme'ints
Wfr-rvd seda tovey banQue41 1
asg awe UV m ow Ias 55S
9.-*ir. Tm.. euls, will N o ertle"4101

he ~l I ph#" etopow y.
emn o the fes perm Ins i the
sts, was la Oea Wedeaby ad
thed btly haot the convict lease

pt. ng11 MsWy it Is impoible fr
theetoi th bsinsem whomploy ft
POW inea witMAn S-M weheme
pvml i hth-er and- a tenli
of the Mbist ad mot hopefal In-
dart tma the statle-one In which
miUmes and mlUUoes of dollar has
Ies ainvemd-ls lavishing ad

s so idle talk-afortumately it is
bome ent by very stubborn bets.
T" Dunsima cempay, whiob -*
ployM several hundred laborers, closed
dews sees me sM ago, and is likely
to coMtine aso until some change is
made ln the eovict lease system.
Now, If this e6mpany, with its mil-
Uons of dolas at its back, finds It
Impossible to compere with convict
labor, what is to become of the smaller
operators who have only a limited
financial backing?
Capt. Inglis says the convicts should
be made to build public hiirhways-
that then they would be entirely re-
ovWed from competition with free
labor and wouil-l not prove injurious
to any e' in -which the, mntoney
amid brain ntd brawn of the taxpayers,
ar.- luve-sted.
Th- e-p'ain ways if the state were to
receive tive timtu ais much as the liiki-
em, bid offeredd for theiu it would not
cionsei-natle for the annual loss the
fsysteiu impotMse upons the comme"ee
of the- state, aid the injury done to)
legitimate enterprise. And he adds.
further, that a system of good roads
Ieads.lg from county seat to county
Nt-at would 1we worth more to the farim-
ing industry than our railway sys-
It-lU .

B1ides this deliverance on the con
viet lease system. C(apt. Iuglis ga ve
,**mea very aVgre advice to our farmers.
It I. ku.own of course that tihe captain
leap leteen a cotiloni buyer for the- I st
tlii ty year. H-1 sBys that those
4-,nltief-1S that have stuck Ito coPll.i
gti(wing, mitd have not aht'eulpt-d tto
grow (iei t nid eakes on b.shies, are the
miioit pir-ooloTruous He says-, for iijMt-sn'ee,
hlat in the Ilutle "town of Madisonu
pretentious brink tblo-kr are being
erwcted, one bank i-' and another one-
will taiti be" o operaliou, that the ohld
fse hem so usuh ,ouoey that it is let-
ting It out on real estate, which few
banks in the country Lre doing. Heo
says what is tru- of Madtisos is also
true of Live Oak. Thar place has al-
moet doubled Its population within
the last decade, and is erecting s*rick
tdoks that woe l be a credit to a city.
Lake City shows the same growth,


IThe divorce laws that have been on
the statute books of Florida for many
years grants an annullment of the.
matrimonial boods for "extreme ero-

Fd-wwL -A

How accommodating is that plea to
the husbman and wife mutually desir-
iWa a separation.
Yet we hear of no thundering phil-
ippics auaitet the-e eposily a.coiaiolat-
ing statutory provisions for severing
the marriage relation, frotu these
goody, good people, who proclaim
that marriages are made in heaven,
the hIaus first harped bty celtsial
vhoirs and try to fix on God the re
spomosesiility and blame for all the tut
firing aud woe r.sulaii*ng from ill-covn-
s!dI red anid hsiily contracted

Under tho old statute "habitual in-
temitserance" is another ground for
di vorce.
What a wide d (Mr that opens.
"Habi ual inecitote-rancle" iu speech,
"habitual intenperauce" in discour-
temy, "habitual lutemperance" in eat-
iug, (what im worse than a gluttou-a
bhog at the tatl,-?) "'hatftual iutem-
perance" in drinking.
See how wide ia the door.
Why, obtaining a divorce in Florida
under the old law was and is as easy
as slipping on a polished floor.
The pathway to the divorce courts
under the old law was and is as big as
the colossus of Rhodes, yet never a

perhaps m-re son than the plee*.. nam- whispered word was muttered against
ed. Valdos Thomauville, Quitman, its flexible and accommodating pro-
and all towns along the Florida and os nti the ty clause"
(Geogia order, show the same degreet
of border, it o the. added to it, which is altogether a more

apt. Ingllssays he remembers when sufficient cause than any of the
Marion headed the list of cotton grow. other provisions named, because
Ing eounties. Money was then ahund- the reason is the crowning attribute
ant and the people enjoyed prosperity that distinguisheman from the brute
in an eminent degree and be advises from the brute
that our farmers return to the old creation, and when that is hopelessly
paths and plant a crop that can al- dethroned the man is ho more. He is
ways be relied upon as spot cash. no longer a responsible, sentient, be-
Florepce K. C., Nov. 26, 1900. I was ing. He is already morally and ic-
first advised by our family physician tellectually dead.
in Charleston to use Teethina with
r barby when sh to use was t a withvery We do not wish to be misquoted nor
our baby when she was but a very
young infant, as a preventative of misunderstood.
colic and to warm and sweeten the We do not believe that divorces
Niomaeh Later it was useful in teeth- should be sought nor granted for triv.
ing trimbles, and its effe. hia been al causes.
fund to he 5i v-ery tiene.dcial anid o
free froesm he daneres bhat .re co.s We hold the marriage relation to be
ql.ant upon the use of drugs aud the holiest of humun compacts.
mumthlan syrups, that we have come to We believe drunkeunew is a disease
regard it, after use wi'h three hild the same as insanity,bur because ofthe
ru. as one of the nemeM"sthie where
ther Is&a uew baby In she house and marriage contruet, made in the iuno-
euntl dte leethlig trolales are over, enoce of trusting, cooiding maiden-
and we take plaMere In reo onsmeemd- hood, we do not,, believe lhat
l*og it to iur friends Itstaed of the a pure, refined, virtuous, exalted wo-
bhrrid staffthat so many people use .mn hdsb..e mad i. m nil her life

God does not do things the devil
would be ashamed to own.
We refer with reluctance to the ma.
nevolence with which Mr. Flagler's
name hes been associated with this
bill. The attacks on him havelbeen
little less than fendish.
Having done so much for the-pro.
modet and exaltatilm of religion by
the meaea d chehesBa4 the mein-

gnsees eostri baulst.ehanrti-.
bieadd mae ,,taal attn- -o-s, hav-
lsg nevr givsR *Wh***e by word
or dMa or imndlieo tote4Sagle pet-'
al msatiamt to whiebobj etlec
be takmm, and having done on much
Ir the material sendor of Ohe s1eW
by the laiha hbut --sesmimfl exvsd"
ta ofbl Mi loIt it dsss sem to
w that he should have beea spared
this aortieation and humillateon.
"Until death do us part .*
Why limit this to the physeol
Why separate It from moral and
mental death?

ight ws Wer Ter*o.
6"I would cough nearly all alght
lone," writes Mrs. Chal. Applegate, of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had conemuption so
ted that if I walked a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
S1 00 bottles of Dr. Kiun's New Dis-
covery wholly cured me and I gained
58 pounds." Ic is absolutely guaran-
,eed to cure colds, roughs, is grippe,
bronmehitio anid all throat ,and lung
troubles. Price 50c atd $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Garrett & Gerig's drug
store. S
Another Official in Treouble.

Mr. Jacob Israel, who for the past
two years has been money order clerk
in the postofflee iu this city, resigned
some weeks ago, the same to take
place April 27.
Mr. Israel was arrested last Friday
for shortage in his accounts, a warrant
having bein sworn out against him
by a United States government spe-
cial agent
He waived a preliminary examina-
tion and pave tond for his appear-
anee at the January term of the Uni-
ted States court in this city.
Mr Israel samy s hat polities are at the
bottom of his arress, and if the ease
ever comes to trial he feels confident
of no auqulita!.
Hes-sys he has receipts in full from
the d--prtmei: t at Washington aind
from *ster firoves, testifying to
the correctness of his amounts.
Mr. Israel is well connected. He is
a brother-in law of Mr. Eugene Ober-
dorfer and a nephew of the Hon.
Ph lip Walter, of Jacksonville.
He is now in Atlanta but says Ocala
is his home and he shall soon return.
In a lester to th.v e-ditor of this pa-
per he thanks the people of Ooala for
the expressmks of sympathy so gen*
rally and reuerosly extended him.

~CLMI 11 4VAJ69M
are fature ow -rdliopy. b

fte ps~ o e o
nitdembik a binas isum

Vhose Noz. w ortbalm .winr lme,


Your Vnegebles!

eity" on the part of the husband or
the wife.
Those weorde a be oOtnmd. Into
a vst ranged variety of sings.
To an extremely asetlve asse *
hah wrd, a wndbil etok, -i us-
eidinseg oesse ar eteu me ee-,
eties. -
To bestruk ovw the head with a
killet, sealded with boilWng water or
a Mhed with .a tbM One, are not
mooMessfoy to Ww he meaninig
f themo we Is I thaom
The old satuto make a "vielest
ad ungvernasble tmp" jt eae
for annlling the uiuulummuiuaei
That, perhaps, it a inherited In-
Mem with positive covitlons are
generally violent and Intemperate aIn
writing and speee~
8ome writers, in dbisusing the new
divorce bill just passed by the legisla
tre mad signed by the governor, use
very violent lamnuge and seem un-
governable In their wrath.
If they have the desire, their wives
have thi opportunity for annulling
the marriage contract under the old
"4 Desertion for one year," is another
ground for divorce under the old stat-

necessity the Mother of Invnstien.
We tried to kill the worms-they
proved too many We now catch the
parent moths and bugs, all of which
fly at night. Agents wanted in every
county. For agency and traps ad-
Oress J. B. SUTTON, State Acrent,
Ocala, Fla. 8 3


Having now taken the management
of our stove wood business ourselves,
we pame theA'hedile of rates below-
One co d (128 cubic feet packed, or 2se cubic
feet thrown in) f3 o.
One load, thrown in (65 otic feet) $S.o9
One load, packed in (65 cubic feet) $1.5y.
Delivered in town. Cash on delivery.
Parties owning a team. wishing wool for their
own use. can get it at the factory ut the rate of
Si.75 per cord, or i cent per cubic foot. loose, or
i % cents per cubic foot. packed by the toead.
Orders can be placed at our ofilee by
'Phone No. 8, or by mail, Box 727.

0. W. REAGAN, Agt.

Geo. Wray, the expert touner of the
Halifax Museic House, Daylona, vits
this city. Leave orders at Welbhel ts


And Other Itching Burning

Scaly Eruptions with

Loss of Hair

Speedy Cure Treatment$1.25
BIathe the affected parts with Hot Water and Cuticura Soap (25c.), to
cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened
cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, and apply Cuticura Ointment
(50c.) freely, to allay itching, Irritation and Inflammation amd sooth
and heal, and, lastly, take Catl ora Resolvent (50c.) to cool amd
cleanse the blood. A single set (price, S1.25) is often sufficdet to
cure the most torturing, dlsfltgaI ad Im.nilating skin, scalp aad
blood humors, with 1033 of hair, when al else falls.
This sweet and wholesome treatment affords instant relief, peDt
i.its rest and sleep in the severest forms of eczema and other Iteh-
la:_. burning, and scaly humors of the qkin, scalp, and blood, and polntn
to a siywedy, permanent, and economical cure when other remiedni ,
The( naonizinz itching and burning of the skin, as In eczema; the
frig-ltrul scaN:;':. as in psoriasis; the loss of hair and crusting of the
scalp. a in -Si:1 head; the facial disfigurement. as in pimples sad
rlngw.r;,': the a-ful suffering of infants and the anxiety of worn
out pat .s. as in milk crust. tetter, and salt rheum-all demand a
remedy ."' *::4.nt superhuman virtues to sncceesfnlly cope wIth




You Want


We have
now the b
One I
ver bonmht to ON
f prime satin call
r. T1hesole, Ins
ae -eoatern are o
"s leather Thee
pmr style is guara
r e eighteen me
Tonr PrtM
Yer ewOp

Merchants' Block

Starkeis going t
electric lights and w
Ii. W. Brown, of
ing to erect a hotel a
It is said that W.
bought the Union P
The Railroad Res
hungry and give re
The colored ceur
have an excursion
the 13.
ple in private fami
dress R., Box 281.
"Jack the Ripper'
caught He has kil
men. When caug
gulsed as a woman.
Pneumonia follow
never follows the um
ey and Tar, the grea
remedy. Anti I
The Lake City Ind
When John k. Cal
the editorial pen Fl
lost one of its bright
Mr. Vincent Mood:
verysick at St. Pete
phold fever, return
0 mompmaled by his
been nursing him.
Try the new remec
Cbmbsdan's StMM
--s. Every I
fPrim, 2 emte. For
Nempaly DrMg StMO
Bmo. Wm. K Zew
down a t Friday to i
with his hMeily retn
eMm opeday. He
by Mm. ZsewmdskI
width him untl thee
Mr. and Mrs. GOo
Iheal City, have bee
about a wees having
ed. Mr. Dittmer le
lr New York on bu
with the ridley J
pamy, of whleh be i

Ballard's Snow
dk hmsmeadnae, mm
-il, hbrlf, old
all paI sad Inflsmm
pmattig unlamen
PlteeZlet.-d s0
f .y Iug Swoe

Ur. L Pinrpot A
o~d te Low I*~
ame0whelm ompieto I
Ammima ombfinl
dam Deft T1dogvmp
do w bpateofI

A ferocious assault Is being made
on the legislature, anent what is
S h known as Flagler's diverse bill" Ii
moral grounds, hbut it is a queer thing
to see a state wake up so suddenly to
dy DOes the enormity of being a slave to
Flagler. Scarcely a day has passed
In stock dinee he came Into Florida that Fl g-
et m 'S ler has not done worse and more atro-
)Or ar cons things than cause a legislature
to pas a divorce law that suited his
D particular case, but all the people who
p a anre now bowling him down were lI-
S0 oe6 lent--ules. they were shouting hon-
l. st s ors to Flagler for his work In develop-
f, seleteod f se- inr the state. He has had many pa.
ide and out, and pers at his feet, so to speak, and he
f solid, o*e piece has been a little tin god on wheels to
ilatae in this on- an army of politicians.
teed by the mak* And now, r a very trivial offenaw
a matter of small import,.h be is being
N lashd and cursed from Dan to Beer-
r-tim y. shabeba. On the matter of divorce the
EELY Herald takes the old South ( arolina
attitude. There is no suflecient cause
ID AT MA for the courts to undo the m -rriage
:. Ocala, Fla. tie. But if it is once granted that di
vorce is right and defensible and
ought In some cases to be granted,
o issue bonds for there is no more sufficient caupe than
rater works, incurable insanity. The only men
* Wellborb, is go- who can consistently attack Flagler
it Lake "ity. are the men who do not believe di-
K Vanderbilt has vorce warrantable under any circum-
.cifc railway, stances. Other men employ courts.
He-at the worst and if all said is
itauraut feeds the true-only changed the channel of
*st to the weary. relief and secured the services of a
ches are going to legislature
to Homosasa on What is amazing about the whole
matter is that Flagler could be lli-
grantly guilty of monopoly, of con-
fur marriedtrolling politics in the interest of his
ly; cheap. d- wallet, of driving men out of busi-
ness and depriving them of the op-
'has at last been portunity of making an lounest living,
led eighteen wo- and Indeed a whole category of of-
ht he was die- senses of this description, and few of
these now indignant people raised a
vs la grippe, but whisper of protest. Indeed, most of
of Foley's Hon- them defended him when papers like
t throat and lung the Herald raised a question of his
monopoly Drug righteousness. It is very funny.-
m ampa Herald.
lex ,as been sold. ow's Thi!t
dwell laid down We offer One Hundred Dollars Re.
lorida journalism ward for any ease of Catarrh that can-
, particular stars. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co, Toledo, 0.
y. who has been We, the undersigned, have known
rbug with ty- F.J. Cheney for the hlast fifteen years,
d home Sunday, and believe him perfectly honorable
mother, who has inall business transactions and finan-
cially able to carry out any oblige.
ly for coetiveness, doe made by their firm.
h -A d Liver Wm & TUAx, WholesaleDruggista,
be XgAmssed. Tledo, O.
male by the Anti- WAWoIe, KIMnA1 A MAVIWm,
e. m Wholesale Dragi, Toledo, Ohio.
nM wHall CMtarh (uareis taken inter-
daki who m e dy lly, 0 ctl0g dliretly upon the blood
aend a few day ad ma no saorftes of the sy7em.
red to Talahss- Price Tep. er hott. old by all
w eom ald Idr is. Tslimonials free.
who will semal Ii' family pills are the best.
nd o theM sson. aer Farm.
Speci-l OCsfpomtdsme Owls humer.
. P. DItmer, of Farmers ar. busy planting crops, ,
n in the eity for but are needing rain badly
their on tree- Mr. C nrlie Luffman is turning
ft Monday night thinp owver lively on the Stepbens old
sineal coected place. Look out girl r
PlMp-ate Mr. Bet 8tevens, of Sparr, was
s manager in this baking bands with friends and re-
latives here last Sunday.
Lianiment cures Mts Orilla Smith, of Lake Kerr,
iga, headache, was visiting fMeud. and relatives here
M threat, cuts, lat week.
mase, erna and Ml-s ora Conel, of Anthony, was
atien. The most vlttlng old friends heee last &,abbth.
t la the we rd. The dance at Sprtn Park was well
et. Ansti-Mo.o- attended from this place last Tuesday
a nigh*.

Strawberries have not done well
i*WMSh5 I Pr-* this seas, theblipplnis abotover. f
tdauhip liUe. Hmrah fo th e sar rfiner y for
ledand ak: "Is OasiI! Let every farmer li Marion
be bomht et by and adjoeinlg counties keep the g od
Om?" Th lA. thinb oe the move, don't let It die nout.
al ;What has become of "Punrch?
- ll Mra. J iUDK.

ads." I

Ni eanae sin te it's year kid.
u tat need attention If you dont
hd wea. oa ley Kidney Cau.
abma healthy kidney. am.d wiM make
Ywou.. Nwlhlg eAe njt aasagood." Drug 8 ame.
to 4a1 the -isiq.Iime em bw mODtlM
S"by the kgldtu .e Swkm of the p
ftei. Btkct r farM ,Md pray lor him.-
a or good brother going to let the
governor and the legislature erape?
We want it understood that the editor
of the Ooais Banner isto not a monopo-,
list, and as much as he appreciates its
efeacy, has no desire to monopolize
even so good a thing as prayer.
Biliousness Is a condition charac.
terized by a disturbance of the diges-.
tive organs. The stomach is debilita-
ted, the liver torpid, the bowels con-
stipated. There is a loathing of food,
pains in the bowels, dizziness, coated
tongue and vomiting, first of the un-

is, by no means, the dreadf
disease it is thought to be-
in the beginning.
It can always be stopped-
in the beginning. The trouble
is: you don't know you've got
it; you don't believe it; you
won't believe it- till you are,
forced to. Then it is danger-
Don't be afraid; but attend
to it quick- you can do it your-
self and at home.


All Druggsts, 25 and 50 cents.


--sAr ads 5.Mod Muck Ocala. Via

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Kofice ia Gary-Aewa.lWock.)


ROM 4, Namomic 3uIlding. Ocala. Fla. 5 s 2


7-8-y* FLORIDA.

R D. p uLLk,
Over Munroc& ChambHss Bank, Ocala. Pla.
Office over Tea Pot Grocery. Opp. Montezumn.
Office in Gary-Agnew Block.


Has a New Line of



Henriettas, Black Crepons,
Lace Curtains, and other

Ladies' Underear, Etc.

Everything Will Be Sold Way
Down For Cash.
New Goods Being Received
Weekly. Give us aCall
and be Convinced
That our Prices
are Right.


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'he Anti--Mo0nl

Drag Stor,

Land Expert
And Promoter
Of Florida Enterprises
Service offered free to all who de.
aire to Immiarate to Florida for mutual
and permanent settlement, to Invest
money or promote enterprises for the
benefit of the putllic. Special and
free attention to parties who want to
A self-addressed stamped envelope
will receive prompt attention.



Take Scott's Emulsion of FOR SAr.P.
Cod Liver Oil, and live carc-
filIV r'verv 1v-n Saw mill and planing outfit with


Wholesale and Re'ail


A Full Line of Grain, Provisions and Fancy Grocerls
At Lowest Prices. Give me a trial on thee goo
I Guarantee the Quality and the Price.
cannot2 be excelled for purity and freshae..s 8*.h
cans furnished for trial, and your money refunded M
not satisfactory. Nothing better put up Try them.

Dry Goods, Hats, Notions, Eta,

Until the whole stock of these goodls i out.--

OCALA [ N. W. Cor. Square]


Dr. Van Dyke 's.... .
RIGINATED in a country whose climate is malarial sad sWs
vatinr, hut whose inhabitants are healthy and suyaSg. t
wonderful success of the Hollanders in triumph ever
obstaclesof nature, and their rec "rd as on oef p i
blooded and most vigorous, physically and mentally, ,o a m
prove that they understand taking care of themnewoiv The
est standard of all their remedies is nr. VSaitbe's uMled oM 10
Pleasant, healthful and invigorating. Used with fli.emy i ns
of Dyspepsia, Constipation and all ill@ due to a Dtoined pd er e
Stomach. It s*rengthens the s'omse-b, two *w n-the **Smad sn
lates the appetite. It Was me Equal as a Sea e ral lTeea sad an


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



MAY 3. 1901.


ran SAXIMS, n ma~v~
-a cm or1953' 15IWESaumi
Am=W3IU TUEunrnafs PUma

d, A. Ldwem=4 Mr. W. AL
ftwsb INho dw.
Now yesanusd a semis? We have
do &W Notn4=1 mak.IL F1@.

ML a D. WheedM. of I"MMug
bo 16fike sm nea.
__bhme pmb i. silendk iet
Ou S w mkOW UILFloheL
or. IL C. (eusus, Jr., of usile
bqp1M auto -soOW de.
Thp 6Wnowhmebe bad i d city

ftv. c- a (imq amd Wiftvinted
-ON= sm (Oda"* week.
la YCOM N. I u oSthiscity Is
%*ag*688& in judeavile.
~.Uqerjam (. ReareM Ib tow
aW~ng .Wat rhW15 i3 the Gary-

&Wa wwt defiehtful social at 'he
6 of wi's lla lAddon Tuesday

If pea want twat, aniatlc. isp-to-
41p )v6 prating eall at the (%-&I&
bomw Job.rtmonaa 4wor .nd in your 'or-

amU 'WuelKrv" whio ha% simeittle'i
be ft masth. in 4(hmal.witht, a.r on.
Mr. P.%1"Wcodrow.-lert Wednemiuty
Owbw bnhis.. mo 4'lanul.
as fto sPesromNiktaea alarla,
Cbf wd lowrvvrisa M4Inottleof(irove's
%fti Vill Teak. It i- a~iwty
On m qeue ineI a tapktele. formal.
W o.. se pay. Irk. Sgotcents.
ftI of wadimeting Monday
GOOMAD. MOttM of lmpwiltance
UW to dhomed all the meberm aft
seu- to0be prete.
04" i dvif. to them whe have
- mm d Mbidve tuebin s htotake
a af. sore mwdide Ftley's
00wcm It Glways broefits the
inEhSl k ANU --Nemoaqol' Drec
obw M

1k. C H. boadle". of the fmoth-
m pse um mpa4my, was I the city
b m"ek. He will mwe move his
Si mk Sto (hkas ftm Plant City.
Wasrmo--Tw. eliable traveling
m tn eeinb saw: permanent
mm ; ay and speamesm; expe-
NmOWe IeesImly sietlal. Ad-
am ma ms ieb Works
*mss, N C. 3-16

n. m U ii., o6 8teumbe-

M tom nals ad Oam ibr the
m- ve pea, doid as thCA
-m TNuay. et wus Wmry

La m of am ft _W"
et ofa et Pimy meA ttled
SItsto ,m Ia," staid lNqo, m da

) m uWrit U W. Wmn,

a s s@ sendn 6

M A^lb^ e. WIiard, of omem-
04ar kmbewu m this eity. neow
1Satemonit prepeseytao her do-
anef asr *wei send of the Mednlgt
m Nr trowr wam tmele. Flatoad,
*. P4104nd. (tWumeay, Framee.
.f. Hteor Aeads In Olals wi, h
hr ton w a esy .
d66*61 emimIpoa is tam deor
ems withs may of the msersm
N of se s am' dmilta'd. The
1a e m t 1'f r4dAm& A BUen
61 ee and eSvem ths dimretdnga
*eaNm. Ass -etpSi y Drna
aht, pm4ril mgwSa. 4.12

Wv. Jh UeuAe ne, whO Woeomt-
b em s mas pis. t the Prr.hbytw.
omshee,Wo alost Wedse~a sto
Hn 1 11 1 ehied tean at his
,eb~WO, Wdt eL NC. Mrs
S=e4 deemor, lmmth, mWI
Jnhlm lam,
ny m-ed naWt" an mNot
s M smply liqus dis-
m as a*s e em e thelaw. PMuly
bm iris nse e of thiselom

The Florida Press Association gath-
eri at Miami March 20-22, was a
marked mesues in everyway and sur-
primed everyone mn the increased ap-
pUMcato for membership. The
rth of fraternal feeling never was
o strong and there was a desire on
the part of all to make the utterance
of the press of smeh practical strength
as to win reeognition throughout our
grsat country.
Of all the men we came ine contact
during tbe plemurable outing at Mia-
atl, therIs one that will always stand
out In t g relief as an objet lesson
to those of his own craft, for thought-
ftiule, Judgment and ability in his
-moeatoen with men in the dischar
of his vadeio dutiAe-Oeorge W. Wil.
Iaeo, editor Times-Union and Citizen.
Although editor of th leading pub.
lieation P Florida, he holds himself
over ready to | rot throut h Informa.
tse offered by editor of smaller pub-
atioans, and In turn gladly aids them
ia every way that comes within his
provisee of power.-Robert Mitchell
Floyd In Boston Trade List.
sewore of a So1u6.
A cough to not a disease but a symp-
tom. Consumption and bronchitis,
which are the meet dangerous and
fatal diseases have for their first in-
dication a persistent cough, and, if
properly treated as soon as this cough
appears, are easily cured. Chamber-
lain's Cough Remo-dy has proven
wonderfully suecoseful, and gained its
wide re-putationk ad extensive sale by
Its sueccnm in curing the diseases
which cause coughing If it is not
SIenefl.ial it will not cost you a cent.
F'r wele by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. mI
notice of the Jose Examination.
The regular state uniform examina-
tion for teachers will commence on
Tuesday, June 4th, 1901, at 9 o'clock
a. ms., in the Ocala High School build-
ing for white applicants and in How-
aid Academy building for colored ap-
plicants. All teachers who expect to
teach in Marion county and do not
hold an unexpired certificate should
take this eamnmation. Ti-ahers will
te required to supply themselves% with
fools or legal cap paper, pen and ink.
One dollar will be charged each ap-
plicant, according to law, to pay the
expense of the examination. Three
days will be given those applying for
second a d third grades, and four
days for first grades.

Supt. Pub. Inst.
A grain of sand in the eye can
cause excruelating agony. A grain of
pepper In place of the grain of sand
inteusila s the torment. The pain is
not cooneod to the organs affected.
The whole body feels the shock of
that little Irritating particle. It is so
I w them is any derangement or
duieder of the delicate womanly or-
gau. The disorder may seem trivial
but the maeWe body feels it. The ner-
was sem is diedered. There are
etfaie w, Irritability, sullenness and
deprmeme of spiris Time general
brelmth of woumasa depends on the local
health of te orgas peculiarly femi-
ioR. nsvO tl drains, ulcerm-
deM, beartag dow patlms, and other
adoieotles ef woman, ad the whole
bedy eels the beeLt. Dr. Pierce's
FAverile Prerimption Is a smeefc ior
the diseases that undermine the
stewonga of women. It is free from
opium, eeain and other nareoties,
pelse w ch eater Into many other
a for woman's ue. It
makes weak women strong and sick
womee well.
The Way the Meme soos.
The State Board of Health is a
costly luxury, says the Jacksonville
Metropols. If it is not a "necessity"
and only a "luxury" it should be
abJlibed. Since its establishment It
hbs cost as follows:
S. ......- ... .....4 6.573.40

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47 376.8a

The feet Sobberm oaghs.
Resultineg Sm an attack of la
grippe or hevy cold, must yield to
the wederf healing properties of
-- a__t -- m_. ... *Tar-m inhk

CeOverts a WiMeress late a Flower
s From the day of creation
till a few years ago the east comet from
Titusville south, except a few settle-
ments on Indian River and Iake
Worth, was a wilder ss without pro-
ductions, without trade and without
In this condition it remained till
Flager built his railroad. Then peo-
ple flocked in, settlements were made,
money was invested, land was cleared
and planted, beautiful homes were
erected, and within a few years the
wilderness of the centuries has be-
come the garden spot of the United
states and the j.y of all beholders.
t All that the eas coast is
today is due to Flagler. But for him
the country would be uninhabited
save by a few Indians and wreckers.
The people of Florida reeomniae this;
they appreciate what Flagler has done
for the state, and his name will be
green in history when the memory of
his detractors and calumioators has
perished from the earth.-Lake City
Gured a Romalesng Sore.
"I had a bad running sore on my
breast for over a year," says Henry
B. Richards, of Willseyville, N. Y.,
"and tried a great many remedies,
but got no relief until I used Banrer
Salve. After using one half box, I
was perfectly cured. I cannott recom-
mend it too highly, and will never be
without it in the house." Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. m
Doings in the Legislature.
A dispensary Mill has been intro-
The Zewadski apportionment bill,
with some few change'*, has been re-
ported favorably toy the committee.
A bill Is under discussion prohibit-
ing trains from running on Sunday.
e4enator Blitch has introduced a bill
abolishing screens to saloons, and I
doors obstructing the view to the in- !
The bill paying the traveling ex-
penses of the judges is meeting with

Major Chas. W. Campbell, one of
the veteran farmers of Marion coun-
ty, is getting a hump on him that will
serve am an example to younger men.
His object is to restore to Marion
county its former reputation for cane
growing. Marion once stood at the
front in this line. It has the finest
sugar lands in the state. Major
Campbell is now organizing a com-
pany (or the growing ot sugar cane
and the manufacture of sugar and
syrup, and says he is receiving sub-
stantal encouragement within and
without the state. He thinks he can
easily secure a capital stock of $100,-
000, and for the manufacture of sugar
and syrup make Marion county more
famous than it was under the old re-
gime when sugar cane was one lof its
chief productions. The major has
opened an office in Onals, says he is
receiving a peck of letters dally, and
intends to fill Marion county with
immigrants, energetic and indus-

Spring Medicine
There's no season when good
medicine is so much needed as Ia
Spring, and there's no medicine
which does so much good in Spring
as Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Do not delay taking it.
Don't put it off till your health
tone gets too low to be lifted.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Will give you a good appetite,
purify and enrich your blood, over-
come that tired feeling, give you
mental and digestive strength and
steady nerves.
Be sure to ask for HOOD'S, the
best medicine money can buy. It is

Peculiar to Itself
ad Feelings In Spring-"In the
spring I was feeling very badly. My blood
was very poor. I began taking Hood's
Sarnaparilla. It did me much good. I
think it is a wonderful spring medicine and
recommend it to all sick and suffering."
mL I A. UlA.. Eatmon Mnter.N IE .

opposite UU. 1 I -. .- ..--V .' -A
"It is with a good deal of pleasure e"rd
and satisfaction that I recommend Having opened a first class board-
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and lug house one block south of the
Diarrhoea Remedy," says Druggist A. Methodist .hun.h, on South Main
W. Hawtelle, of Hartford, Conm. "A sreet, (The Commercial House) I am
lady customer, seeing the remedy ex- now prepared to furnish good board
posed for sale on my show case, said and lodging to several persons by the
to me: 'I really believe that medicine day or week. G. F. W.LLIAMS,
saved mylife the past summer while 4-6 m Proprietor.
at the shore,' and she became so en- We have added a bea
thoslastie over its merits that I at We have added a hearse to our un-
thuslastic over its mrits that I at dertaking department and will be
once made up my mind to reoom- pleased to serve the citizens of Marion
mend it in the future. Recently a and Alachua coutles and our com-
wentleman came into my store so
overcome with colile pa is that he unity at a very wroderate charge.
sank at once to the floor. I gave him 3 8. H. Brn aN p F..
a dose of this remedy, which helped 3 1 3m M nopy, Fla.
him. I repeated the dome, and in fif- Velvet Beams.
teen minutes be left my storesmiling- 1Sixty four Ibs. to the bushel. One
ly informing me that be felt as well dollar per bushel.
aw ever." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly PANUTs.-Florlda grown, choice
Drug Store. in seed stock. Six rents per pound.

Th S. A, L. Ralway.
The Florida and Metropolitan Lim-
ited will cootiUne to leave Jacksen-
ville dally, Including SBndays, at
10:0 a. im., over the Seaboard Air
Lie Railway for New York, reaching
Richmond. Washinmtom, Baltimore
and Phidelphia, The Seaboard Air
Line Rail way l now the only line op.
eating solid vestible limited service
from Jaasmonville, Pla., to eastern
cities, dally, Including Sundays.
Write A. 0. MaeDonell, A. 0. P. A.,
Jackonville, MF, for information
regarding schedules and sleeping car
Fioo Cigars.


J. a. MU'rrONI "edMan,
-Stf Ocaa Fu.
mexies Jose Germ.

I have Just received a stock of this
ftnous corn for late planting, after
vegetables or oate on good land-a
powerful yielder of fodder and grain.
J. B. BSuton, deedsman, O -ala,
la. 4-28
meeting of the ledlsal amladeleg

The next re4lar meeting of the
Medical Examining Board of the
fifth district of Florida will be held at
the offices of McKinstry & MeKin-
stry in Gainesville, Fla on May 15,

We have received a sample box of 1901. GFO. E. WELCH, W. D.,
"Havana Ripples," combination long 4-12. Secretary.
filler genuine hand made cigar from
the A. T. Morris Cincinnati wholesale To Cere a Cold io OSno ay
cigar house. Our friend, judges of the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
weed, pronounce them Al. lets, AU druggists refund the money
Usble to Work. if it fails to cure. E. W trove's sig-
nature is on each box. 2-.. t

Cbas. Beplogle, of Atwater, 0., was
unable to work on account of kidney I
trouble. After using Foley's Kidney
Core four days he was cured. Anti-
Monopoly Drug tore. m

To Mr. and MNr. Beverly Pendleton,
in Mobile, Ala., on Thursday last, a
An esteemed subsariner in Cleve-
land, Ohio, in renewing his subscrip.
tioo to the Ocala Banner, says: "I
cannot understand why more capital
does not go Into sugar making. At
present prices of raw sugar at is the
mnst nromisinf thinr I know of in

To The Pubile.
The firm ofS. H. H ij.Jmin & Co.,
as now existing at Mtlenonpy, will ter-
minate on July 1st by lim',itation, and
as we tar emmoiimplating some
changes to be made, we will offrr our
entire new spring and as miner stock,
cenalting of dry pio 's, skirts, waists,
notious, clothIug, shoes, ete., at actual
roat, 'eginniug It, 1901. Come
and get these eh-p, -masoamble goods.
No souvenir s-ouipm given. Terms
cash Your troaly.
3 1 m e. H BNBHJAMIN Co.



T HE relations existing
between this bank
and its customers

are close and cordial.


esteem it a compliment to
have people lay claim to it
as being THEIR bank. Is
it also YOURS ?

Nmures &




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As made here is pure, clean,'whole-
some and nourishing. We have built
up a reputation on the quality of our

And we take particular care that noth-
ing shall detract from it. The best
fluur, prepared by skillful hands im
clean, well ventilated rooms and per
fectly baked in modern ovens, gives
our customers bread unequaled eveo
by the very best home made article.

J. W. Davis

A. D. Mitchell




Speeal Atteatem to e Orde
by all or Telegraph.

City Market Oeal, F.

That can be depeadeu
upon. Get one from us if you
want one that is a reliable time-
piece, and that will give eath
faction in every particulh. We
have a fine assortment of watc-h
es of the best makes, and cm
suit you in price and quality.


Owing to my leaving MeiSaopy I
shml nafl fnr ama my fthnnftunm aInd


MAY 3. 1901.




FAix A&MU *U .

The president is making a tour of
the Wet. He will go as far as Call-

Every town In Florida seems to be
forgiog ahead. Very few, if any, are
on the downward grade.
Sixty thousand hams will he shipp-
ed this year from Smithfield, Va. The
south is coming to the front all along
the line.
John Trice, president of the Citi-
zen's Bank anwt Trust Co.mpany, of
Tampa, has established a branch
bank at Myers.
Phosphte itie iniKl.1 in S.out Caro-
lion is very dull, 'wi.h little or no 'Je.
mutlK for r'o-ik fromii it-her d or f.reriLn s U:we', *.
M r. Hf:Hs \ l''"* i *. t ^ **i^ <

den it, r ci W I,*r t 1 -:1; i ) 1 11)>in ii1;'t n:1
and will i.nt i lik- .a'tuilin. ouIlr ,of
the Srl aw l \'a -i .
Th. Key \ Vcs? I'er <)er aii contin-
ues to boom J i. J. fltr.m>I B. Riowne
for congress, reitar'ilehss of any bill re-
districting the state.
Palatka has applied to the leti~la-
ture for authority to issue $175,000 in
bond for public improvements, $60,-
000 for water works, $3.5,000 for sewer-
age, 30,000 for pavements.
The "goble" Is a fish peculiar to
Florida. It climbs trees, feeds on
land and has eyes that see in all di-
rections. The Smithsonian institu-
tion at Washington confirms these
Mr. Frank I. Milburn has submit.
ted plans for improving the capitol
building at Tallahassee. The addi-
tions will consist of two wines and a
dome, and will cost between $00,000
and 0,000.
The sheriff of Plattsburg, N. Y.,
sear the Canadian border, has arrest-
edseoay Chineee laborers for ex-
penratio that his salary is said to be
blewrham that of the president of
t"emU uedtatom.
The CftUabonebee & Gulf Railroad
Oo, formed to eonstruat the division
of the Ontral of Ueoraia system, be-
lag balt ln Alabama and Florida.
has voted II I vnr of Issing $13,400
Isto addileoal stock.
Dr. Parkhurst says he had rather
live in Gomonah than In Goth-m. If
the distaUgulsbed divine does not like
New York he might move away. He
might come with. We mliebt recm-
mend Oainesville as a quiet city and
Galnesville might recommend Ocals.
The marriage vow is: "Until desth
do us part" The vow recognizes no
atatatory grounds for separation. to
some editors who are making a good
deal of noise about the recently en-
mated divorce law should go slow, very
slodew, as the awubject. Chickens some-
times g home to ret.
Bwerm H. Kobleast, of the Chi-
eas Times Herald, has pieced a
inrt ions t plant for three mil-
Uss, ig hundred thousand dollars.
For what that sum represents we feel
that wecould&almo-tNrun a newsy and
redaek paper way ow here In

Many women have been reproached
for living for the Moe object of eater-
ilag. No ome doubts that sueh an
aia is petty sad narrowing, but It Is
equally eraln that It is a womma's
dity ton udevtand the art of enter-
taning, and this forms the subject of
am attractive and seetal artlre by
lady Jesse in the Cosmopolitan for

The nlemratble Insanity" divorce
bill w one among tl first intro-
duced Into the legislature, yet no in-
dividual la thisatate, and no newspa-
paper, secular nor religious, said one
word la opposition to it until it had
passed both branches qf the legisla-
ture. The noise some of them are
making about it now seems to be
somewhat belated and insincere.
Charles Dana Gih-,n and Malcolm
Straurs ar-e te two bst American ar-
tists in line dircwitzes. (i',Hon's
*'An:eriean Q te,-.l'" li:tte eontIe f.t-
ma'us, and Stras-' -coteepiion of her,
which for May de.ks the front cover
of the Amsieri-eni Q~t.uen, is, in its
style. |uit. aks le ,u'ifui a" tite (Gitbson

.l VM USamU ggWMUW.

votud for ii 'I

| ^ "
I ithis Ironi) cr .ishi Y or i-k-:

And adds reIretfuily:
"They will not an)-w -r!"
In the senat-e the vote stood 24 :yes,
8 nayes. In the house, A2 ayes, 1)j
nayes. Making a tot'l of sixty-six
for and twenty-seven against it.
Those in the senate voting for it in-
cluded such names as Carson, ('rill,
Palmer, and Adams, and in the house
Raney, Watson, Porter, L'Etgle, and
other names as unsullied.
We are tolJ that the twenty-seven
who voted against making th< bill a law
had the moral courage of their convic-
tions and were actuated by some sort of
r gard for decency and virtue but the
sixty-six who voted in favor of its be-
coming a law were lost to all dencency
and shame and brought obloquy, hu-
miliation and disgrace upon the fair
fame of the state and have nade It a
oteneh In the nostrils of all self re-
specting men.
These are severe and suggestive epi-
theta yet they are all employed in the
article under dismus-lon
* We cannot comprehend how a per-
son whom a people of a county thinks
is level-headed enough to represent
them in the legislature can get his
consent to write at out his fellow-
members in a strain so uncharitable.
Not for a amomeut do we quisti-on
the sincerity of the vote of the editor
of the Ti es aaaiust the passage of
this bill, and there is no doubt but
his feelings are very much wrought
up on the subject, but his fler,-e de-
nunciation of the votes of others who
favored Its enactment into law as un-
righteone and unholy it seems to us
partakes too much of the sirit
that swelled the bosom of the pharisee
Into seh laudatory proportions that
Christ felt Impelled to rebuke It an
Munommeadable, uncharitable, unre-
Ilgios aAd unmanly.
The argument of "I am IsBetter than
Thou" has never carried with It much
The governor has signed this bill.
Is hbe, too, rtirep crimini to all the
sin and baime the Times raves about
in making It a part of our statutory
Was he lured from the high pinna-
cle to which he was so proudly ele-
vated by the sflrages of the people of
this tate by the improper use of this
wicked fund?
If the governor of Florida, who
signed the bill, and the members of
the legislature who voted for it, did so
for the sum named they were i ought
for a very sorry fltnsre.
If the vague rumor put into cold
type by the editor of the Timfs he
true then the governor of Florida and
thliP average tlegislmtor can be bought
for o'ne fourth the price pil ',0 an
ordinary lielId hand in itf e ay- of
.hatlt. slavery.
Vhat wound l the patriot Jr,,a!i
who eohined the expre(ion, '"0, (''j,',.-

3 1

We have had a law in Florida for a
long time to the effect that playing
carts found on any premises are
prima faeie eviden-e that the house
wherein they are found is a gambling
house. The law is a dead letter, be-
ca. s- public s-ntimnot is a stronger
law than legal enactment. Nowt een-
ator Peacock, of Suwannee county,
proposes, in a bill that he has intro-
duced in the senate, top give sheriffs
and their deputies the right to search
houses and residences and if liquor of
any quantity be found therein It shall
be prima face evidence that liquors
are kept for illegal sale. The thing
won't work. Juries will continue to
repeat the old woman's camphor bot-
tle and the old man's private jug.
You wait and see if they don't.-Lake
City Index.

Of outward misfortune can darken the
smile of the loyal wife and loving
mother. But when disease cones the
smile slowly fades, and in its place
comes the drawn
fac e and .ti.t
closed lips which
tell of the con-
stant struggle

cate womanly

and the woPle p
ion dull The
fmstep to"MAs


of m anl.dsm* decte by ti use
of Pavof Prescrptm pla it at
the front of all p t.-p meRlIm spea-
aly prepared for the se f w 2men.
el table, with female seam fr
eight Years. and a&ed more thans m tellO,"
* Mr OI Maw, orf Of d.,I&
C.. Moneta. IMy n s WU dedi
Such an1 esteat to my a P- -s-t WOd to
any one NW allet am ImpInulSy. .
*I had two uertio- prn'ered by oed of
the moAt mn rs.a of the W e. bat
lat ret leC TIMe. a60-0 0
strict oroer.. I comumeaeed if ag. P- I e'0
Favorite Precriptiou *ad *,Goake" Medal Me.
ery,' sad aso followed the ade given an
the Common Sene Medical Adviser.
cI tcotiued ethltreatbent for three mouths,
and today am as healthy and well as a woman
can be. I cannot thank Dr. Pierce enough for
his kind letters to me.,
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bil-
iousness and sick headache.
M IT ZN. Get the Now Novel L ScovTery

C -urt cn rrn-ho- ;ni (n'-lrt in ot to four tday,.
I';:*c1i i is t w1ica'l I'Il P- t- t -" 't c'el!c. All
comlTintr r i- < rit v, t p *,keit Sure
ir. o'j *' 'r t ktthrte
fr -,. n .: 1 1 p<- tr'" ore- ( 'err., Ei.

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The Sumter Conty Times, whose
editor is a member of the Florida leg-
islature, prints the charge that "it is
said" twenty thousand dollars were
expended in passing the *'incurable
Insanity" divorce bill through that
august tribunal.
The editor of the Times, being on
the ground. with his eyes open and
his ears unstopped, would scarcely
put so grave an accusation into pitiless
cold type if he did not believe there
was something more sutetantial for
Its foundation than the extremely thin
coverlet of "they say" or "it is said."
That is the handy and very much
worn phrase of the retailer of scan-
dal and the editor of a reputable
newspaper, and he a member of the
body which he erietiis-s, with extra-
ordinary source for ohtainingi infor-
mation, would hardly dignify a vague,
tnde-Onite rumor into such ugly prom.
i inentce.
I "No argiime-it 'iof er'ls,'." y' Ihe
.ilitor of lthe T" l s im >trtitethe-, -e -
aur* hi. i *'w.f ii l-' c I : ntu VWt)-' tor l
ti e ,. N.I,, % I A l Ili i i j
it nllly b-i ,it tli. ir >,N .-: to tiI t!i t 1 ,
F1 lid hIvilloi1g I li il li

I 1Tr1aem to Sieamer W 1me1.
Hon. Frank Adams delivered a
memorial address at lvke (itv on
Memorial DNy, and in the course of
his portion paid the following 'rThuee
to the heroines of the Confederacy:
"Oh, that I could mould my
thoughts into melody and measure
with whibbh ttinrly to syllable the
radiant recollections that thrill the
heart and stir the soul as memory
holds a tryst with tbe rveorded deeds
of the women of the war; the large
and penates that shine like stars in
th.* dome of our devotion; wh -se
faith defeat failed to dim and whom
fidelity remained unshaken in the
da. of disaster. How nobly did the
South's young maidens resign their
loves at the bugle's call, to mourn
them buried beneath Virginia skies
in the hero's sleep of honor, or to re-
eeive them back at last, in lpit-e of
empty sleeves, into the warmth of
love's restored embrae. S**e the-nm in
the ho-pitals-ihese Florence NiFht.
ins~ales of the (onfeperney--nuirnirn
the wou, d-d s<>,leli-rs of the South
more tenderly than did sweet Elaiiis-
thle sirckenf Lilncelol, or than did
neaulifil Retwe,''t I- I xlleXtiausted I'vasn
li'e. Set- it'in itllt i' lin-Ie tr inLy 't) i. r' roi lit -- *i' r: : >ln(I 'to ti lt
I ,1' 4,- f life f.'r l'at heI- t, it i ;

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t r:air *rtzi,'- ilh, lI r'.'s:zi sf tlh. ('>, (h wonairi. .]li- Il w l tih .s ill, lhank
(i~. in tlih- re..,al lbt>;ity of the olde n
tlilte. Likc' the Iiriii-ner of hilllo ,
"li-r hair is white, hut not with
years." AAwl while I g;ize ulo)n the
crown of glory which adorns her
brow I am less reminded of the flight
of time than of the purity of that
devotion with whi,-h she laid her
heart on Dixie's altar."
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@dusuw k Arbkewa4l Wof Atlanta H-e
~speeds toIealst, '40reat as a
ISqmear" atsueaquat of LGrofs xmon.
sweet Awmerimbesa.
Nam 1T.-W.iL. Amlr. -At the annual
hanqWof the ttimeaagmi mmutment, amu)-
cOwumlit-l.Aat time Walikf-Aisoron
bgvein tbvthucity iSeingbi. lion. Clark
How, IL esiAtor of thbe Allan&& (Jonstain
Ums. rr'qwum~iri to 94m. toast. -Grant as
a 1%m5v Factor Mly. Litwel.]-;Puke a.-,

I.- I- '-

to. -t fa k -.

fary.p S 5 ji .. -O r' I
si I. -p *,: .I I a :!. *pSr.,* ~

Oef Mr awal 'C. T ho-r luatter i' a-, n. ilo.- \

web" tiv ,'"A Cs54P.44 lotop i.......-
bur* a. ivhtva %it*: --,-I. ~ c :' .

of 11olthe a'. of Acik-rious .Lti
bit-lovurd v tbe gld uE.L..- 'if a pr..--rved
"a804M Welet-rmirg Its rmartlit I horf .
hourn.,I th dtzga fut those ~m.4.o-tex eho-rv#a v
Ibbsafter smarrit'nod-r. hearh'd their *jtn-
doenpulhoi he';.. Wth a 'naww Pfere'~cr 149%t.
64nm.- surut trots thaw ;'oh.alte of thatl
Washotfos, ir- to another that a' not
-uwer by Ohw raueous blast of war.
60 ak&In ominded is lb.. swnitanlP.I
onsilgSWAP of peace. There IV no
sonIN W Sith the hbkoery of our toun-
SIrvwhe btosUK awn"eof the ftbtpDart
SIOO O amo G ittothe eel
4W ois emWarr;but Mth0am wefew evion
___W hisown-foole who remain the
--eso bo.ioofthis life emefted in the
mbof woee.Thu. is set a ainol-
aws- -- bWho cannot tWllyou
UW ONW Grm amto weaet the-
SMOOM iuU etbn f tOeurteoin.thire"
41111 be Mines whe otalk you how
anb e 4 to Psawer.Its geacef ul

at" Surive wtblge Sm"Chifttain eWW
W~dWdefor enmins cuntry In bix
Mw h sloet military afehik-vemnt cain
GRW w vinmt we" aciromplished by
N 0%beh is I-eof mmsaius mfor --&e-
IMM iumiv.if, fthage w asgnius In the
pro that -vote the torse of uncondl-
Sowionalwinder to tham failing garrison
at Post Doooswn there was greater ce-
Mu. iol@011111l..tit the letter that
WmW vo~Ge theaw 5ie ~e'onferenc*' &t
Nwootein tilads. TIftheralwas Xgeandtfur
Ob the' most toiag wod that swvvept Vir-
400 ana ma en #4flamoe. vet grander still
Ow hand ftoe gew'roaas to take the strick-
owed ratuMoe a great "tit anqutshted
OW It thu. was glory An the thunder
4w the iisiOe that threw the columns
Z& 000 ary 6"0 them.ock *of war.
~ ~Serwas the gtory of the tongult
so tonoothe e ee. bern of love.
a sdinwoewdpeeple. 'Let uW
___ Ua gymsrQsWW of practical oe-
-W 0"of s- o swokme man can
Mosol meWOft poer that ra-
Wu ~in bolo. tUM

I*. FM pwest ,

andet loties. the *d

-- a boso y"an mfo Won
I M se m Iki e blood is

4W a&20lavok- it Consthe

Fei.@ It fled
ow GO fras MON- 'gm anthe
sa" =@,OL bury Wassmo'
-- OW aeb n sd offenal
a iui~ms y t in~ked ~rvnst
co Mnedwae my "J = t b" oa"
8M as bow f 'eeibeing1111101 e" hm
Iaad be tev a b ist.y ddmk

r-lt*t o' r.,-r fo- the f.:i 'u- f *h.- pr n-
('i)!< i ( ,. ai'o, tal, t. tAi-.1 r'>i i-i-i t(..J
i ho u r. r r-.. L. in: t;i,- 41 s i! if t i
r.-v~ *-itinl." an, wa -ii.'i -'injr I;;e's wtr
i c anv l ears e *l ;!:t-rvtr.Ard. ,ii ;t i S '.%" tiit
SC. A j.l:-: .. :. l. Is- -h (a: l' .to 1 e. ,
St. -II rmlere_. is rl '.* ntS Ih.> [>1;i.\ 'J- t
the ir rort in sh.tnin th e tonviitimn. -i
thc -,Uth-rl i to rights .nd tie ri-zht of et'fss otn-issje's
th Sftrin c. iibut whi -h hI.v<: tl -n s'lettitd fe."
all tim-' tIt ((ome by tho ,o v.-na.nt of t'ia
cannon. -ef-l kd by the nation's bloid.
"It wa.- th. .spint ',f frat-rnity. t ni-
btodld in the immortal m.'s.i~e of Grant
that c<,nsecrated that covenatnt anh;
e-..t.abisll it .saertd beyond
e.xT-al. It -as this worit that r niutue:yel
forever the doctrine of aibolute stat-
richL--. this spirit th.a .-i,,uere.! forever
the rt-.-"ths host ti" s ee-.o'n: this stalit
that convertedd the Invincible followcre of
Lee and Stonewall J.takson Into ':oval
citizen.s @f a rean ted repub :!c. Resosn-
slve to the tLIrit of that message and
stirred by Its generous impulse. they
sot-atit the broad shelter of the flag tLny
once assailed. and its sacred folds have
sealed the bitter wounds of war.
"At Versailles. after Sedan. Germanv
tcod in the glitterineg mraphernalla of
an armomewd giant, with one hand on the
throat -if Par6i and the other pointing to
ti hungry document demanding the
UsMt vrwrttni Indemnity exu tant vic-
ier em ommt. of weetrate iivltM.
*"tat *o at Appgomattez! Instead of ex-
alotlft-berallPy! Instead of Siberia-
in the tranqul fields of horuen again
he music of famliUar waters:; again the
ehprb of the cricket on the hearthstone
sd the melody of chlldrens' prattle
around the mother's knee! Instead of St.
Heler--Washlntmon! Not Washington as
tae strongbold of an armed foe, but as
te cwr.mon capital of a. reunited coun-
try. where victor amd vanquished met on
eoual terms of fellowship. Washington.
the csaltal from which. a few years
later, a federal major. e prevskknt of the
United States. wrote one day the order
nakinr brixadler generals of the neopew
of Rob"rt E. Lee and the son of Ulysses
S. GraintV
"Inevitable Appomattox' Better that it
had come sooner, since it had to come;
but better for the greatness of our coun-
try that coming late its bloody field of
battle was consecrated by the covenant
of the republic's peace!
"It was singularly significant of the love
of peace Inherent in the man that its
flrst public manifestation appeared when
the fortunes of war had almost crowned
hib arms with the laurels of success. The
Hampton Roads conference afforded the
Arst formal expression of any effort to
harmonise the warring sections. For four
long years the best blood of both sections
bhad drenched the fair fields of the south
when that conference was called to put
an end to further fruitless sacrifice. The
unfortunate failure In the purpose of the
conference between President Lincoln, of
the federal government, and Vice Presl-
mt Alexander Stephens, of the confed-
eracy. s familiar history to all; but few
knew that to General Grant is due the
act that the actual conference was made
"The official records of the war have
bt recently established the important
wt played by General Grant in prevent-
iag an untimely -abadonment of negotia-
tie and la paying the way for the ac-
ep=RiCment of an official conference.
Saward had been sent to Fortress Monroe
earty in PFbruary. 196 to meet Stephens
aad Hunter and Campbel the confed-
erate c samlssoner, under well-defined
smitations fr- President UIncoln to con-
te magotiisN to what he termed 'the
three Indilpeasables.' Major Thomas T.
3akert had pesieded Seward on the same
d-o- and under similar restrictions.
At the preliminary conference the con-
faeerate comnmlaloners requested a con-
feunos with President Uncoin at Wash-
tagton, and Major Eckert replied that the
conference could not proceed except un-
der the terms outlined In his instruction.
The confederate commissioners, unwilling
to negotiate for peace under prescribed
lmitations. declined to proceed with the
"President Lincoln In submitting the
eorrespondence to congress said that at
this stage:
"* 'I was about to recall Seward and
Eckert. when the following telegram from (r.ant to tht. secrletary of war
wais -hown me.'
"Th *l am ',ni''C-d upon renversa'toi
W ith M .i^. St. ; r ,"- arnd !l!.1t.
tlie.r :';*i:t-.loi- r& goodi and thci'r desire
ir.(. ." Lo rt-lo:'ri i.Kt..H .t:); U:n.l:i I
a .,\. ': .t I ,.;... t't at Aicrty to xpr ..-s
i ;t :, i .\. ; ? C X i 1V,!i 1 : O :j( '- ; r

a;.- ... ti "y c.t _-c> :.i the m .:. tic :,.-';


bwck the wF' is : hi M rin'tlr.-:
'! 1.'; ll :4 l* *
S "T' <;ir ;f :' \-o)t, h:v .:.i t ,t
i i.1 lie t .' :i, r- 1 ii'..:: i i i .l;ri>n
S :ti 1 of 4l ,owin:hg 11 .:i-i n- I :1 I aI.J volumin. as tlie'
t y .urs .' L'v. is t w tlv ~;at:d 'wanI u'
lnat.on's l peace.
"Aholiun th.- r,~an i(-.til to arms brouglit
% luntl t rs to ulfer liteir tivs in the coni-
Iron 4.aui ,ef th" un on on against Sihln.
the. l utrit:.--ni o,: oi.r :,coliAe found qui.-k
(Xi'r-.-sioi in tne res-DpnsS' tht y made to
tLhe l.n.os of fe Doured out their h irt's blo. in the coni-
ion cause. None questioned th. loyvaltv
n-r.d pitriotimni of his comrade in arms.
and northern boys and southern bo-
niarched shoulder to shoulder u ..r lita
Stars a;Lnd Striles to the mmnl .t strainn,
of 'I>ixie. and 'Yankee Doodle.' Under thiv
trmc>ical sun of Cutit und t.aie Ph lippinuce.
they have borne between them the .--arivd
ark of the nation's coven.nt. brave and
trte and uatriuts alike, moved by ti.,
common impulse of tieir country's lovw:
and the eternal glory of its misason!
"The peace that General Grant com-
manded has come at last, and It Is an
abiding peace.
"It is the peace whose sacred benedic-
tion cast the halo of its glory across the
continent, when from amid the solemn
forest sentinels of ML Gregor, the angel
of death gently touched the summons of
the Divine Commander. But It did not
come until the music of a reunited na-
tion's voloe, attuned to the melody utf
sorrow, had fallen upon the eager ears of
the stricken hero.
"Plecture him as he sat, wan and hag-
gard. surrounded by silent nature, arrayed
in all the glories of summer splendor,
waiting-waiting the Inevitable. The
winds that had swept the historic battle
fields of the south were laden with mes-
sages of pea'-e and sympathy from those
who but a few years before had been en-
"What visions mus-t have come to him
then! There, tro ?pingt up from the mists
of the valley came, the blue legions which
had followed him across the Potomac;
and here, down the hillsides, like an ava-
lanche. swept the grey. There was She r-
idan and Thomas. and Meade and Mc-
Clellan, and yonder-Lee and Jackson,
and Gordon and Longstreet. The peal of
musketry and the roar of cannon rever-
berate in the valleys and the mountain
brooks become torrents of blood. The
clash of arms and the fierce fire of the
conflict shakes the world!
"But now the smoke of battle lifts, and
the scene changes! There are green val-
leys and happy homes where peace and
contentment reigns. High above all floats
the stars and stripes-the emblem of a
united country-stronger now than ever,
and more deeply rooted in the affections
of her people.
"The peaoe he would have has come.
and resting as quietly as a babe on its
mother's breast, the listless eyes of a hero
na war and a patriot in peace are closed
and his soul takes flight to the great
hereatter to join the united band of other
heroes of both sides as comrades In ever-
lasting glory and eternal empalonshlp.
"And when, .a few days later, he was
lowered to his last_rest by hands wic

al d Bot mew It.
new t wiS AOL.
Fil a bole or come n ghI with your
waea ad let Ir stad twemty4our hoar a

"my*- if it iltin*

convincing proof that the kdeys and bl-
your umom -t ko
Sa out of ovidce of krdider.
Sey reuble: too

convincing proof that the kdaeys amd blad-
der are out of order.
What to no.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to Lzld ".-ater and scalding pain In pass' ig
it, cr Lad effects following use of liquor,
wine cr beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
nece=i:y c-f being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
d-rirng the n ght. The mi:d and the extra-
cr:: ary effOLt cf S'.vamp-Root is soon
rea.;izd. It stands the highest for its wcn-


dI umy -o a ca ry el .merfw from
te dseos and eOMeatoe of a eitl war.
St ~iN thMe amtriot sIirt of Amerlean
umlam. Without it a union of states
welded In the forge of war And held (o-
itMher only by the sword! An empty
Inockery of union in all save name: A
unian without sympathy of sentiment;
without unity of h-art; without a com-
mon Inspiratlon. The north a Russia
and the south her Poland. England in
the northern heart. and Ireland in ours.
-To those who are familiar with the
people of the south and with the condi-
tions leading to the four years' war it
is unnecessary to protest that the van-
quished south could never have played
Carthage to a conquering Rome. Her
people had breathed the inspiration of In-
dependence from the hl.Is that cradled
Washington and Jefferson and Patrick
Menry. Jealous In the preservation of
what they believed constitutional and
berIdltary rights, they were prodigal in
@a that was required to maintain those
These southern ancestors of mine had
-reek of the lott now better known as
aortlern enterprise and thrift. Find nft
that the xealal climate of the southern
alope was trotter suited to the successful
*daLtattion of negro sa'verv-an institu-
tion inaugurated by their northern breth-
ren-thev did not hesitate to adoD: t.c
tUaffic. nor to utilize on southern olanta-
tlons the slaves who had proved unirotit-
abl. Dr"i'lertv in northern fields
"Nor we% the stateamen of the-south
ler sIru ti, ,rofit vw the i-tkh-al .x-
atT-.;, .: '!.!-' .! by tI) eir ontemiporarie.
ef it* :,. rthern states. They w lfnl.-l
Wit *t h (. b 4-;h f 1 th,> do, -
I tri ;. 'f e .sso'- aq it spr-unTs from tie
. ;d ,:.a' *'i n t.TI
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S diabetes, gravel or other
Serious kidney or bladder
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are doing who do not
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Are you neglecting that bekacuie,
tired-out feeling, dzinessa or other
symptom of kidney disorder The
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There is no strength in tough n!#t
-ingtt'ad of giving, it bhkes stretig,'
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blilntr floManee of the sem where fro-
ela* first mwt in battle in the enoaunter
of the Monitor and the Merrimac. affords
tht, m r-t intermsting recital of our un-
written history.
"I have heard from Mr. Ster.vhens's own
li11e i.ow Itae southern commono:-. a dwarf
fr. statur, ibut a giant In littclect. upon
i t ..,," i"- 11hiin of the buat sto)Ped to
tLrw:, *. th. (,jvtrings which protected his
frai: ldlv from the b!eaJ sea w.nds, and :jfttr :oves and comforters and
t.arf? and arrt-i!nats were removed. he
was n-et by Pri sent Lincoln with the
c<-hr.trteriatlc rrteting: "WlL. S.ephens.
tLat's t:i- littlest nubbin I ever saw trotan
such a auantitv of shucks.'
"I have mee the half re retful pathos-
in his wonderful eyes as he told how IAn-
coln. animated by hIs strong love of
'Let me write the one word. "union." at
the head of ou agreement and you may
supply the rest.'
"The conference wLS fruitl-.a of yrac&i-
cal results en account of arbitra.rv lImita-
Uons of power in Drescribing the condl-
tions of peaceI But Mr. Stephens be-
lieved to the day of his death tnat had
the commission been clothed with plenary
Power. ptewe wou,.d have been accom-
Plishtd on a basis of anion, and of mu-
' onceslions inr other details of dif-
"Perhape so: perhaps not! Perha.w t
was best that the war should dra. it.s
crLel lrgth lung to Its t:agic eulnlana-
tVon. Ptrha.aa it was best tilht an issut
born aini;st with the, republic itself. ani
t~.t h id uL zedJ Ha. eeotec.e in the blw 1i
of,-. should on:v tin-1 it.s littarn
dt1.:li ,.n th ,. a .<,v battle liehli. lut :on*.
aft'r thec ,ho's uf war have dicd awai.
i*; 1 ..." it f ,1.:; coIIt..ter etic are f.,r-
uait "i tht W< !i N .f .-' w 11 do n'v,.r-
'n t' :h, me nmorv of th,- .';'tt s'.. .'
Sh. n : o ( S5 .vi o lini tl \ i. t .
i :.:' ht.' ,ir. A 'e '.:- .1::! str, ;v t d
* Ul .. 4 1)rlll..- I!lI V% l (i. *!4 }l'ij.j'' 4. ;
.r ." f '. ir it' i i. !t f ;i;.

t r' ,, : ,* ,, ** i ".- .
t k* a if t -

S' *' r ',:ce.

;'* \;- < ,r ; ; (l ;Iint ,r v t '. ;. .

. t e .': of .\; ir--. ,v r*.* i ; i :. :
tit;.. 1 .;r L..e tLiiuiit r of h5,; g wlL fivtt

had bemn ah-e aaf- t h-I tn war; when
vwteram who wre the grey stood in tears
beside t..- who wore the blue, it proved.
Wadeed. that past issues were but ghosts
of dreams and that--
'Brave minds, however at war, are secret
Their generous discord with the battle
In peace they wond. r whence dissensiuon
And ask how souls so like could e'er Ib
'Uhe peace of a prosperous people pcr-
meates the land and lights all sections of
the nation in its holy glow. Mason and
Dixon's line marks no more trace in the
geography of our conVnon country than
does the equator mark the silvery sur-
face of our southern seas.
'Let us have peace!' A happy ani:
contented people repeat the benedictioni
and cry back to thb great heart that
now is stlU in the peace that passeth all
understanding. 'Thy peace is come!' "



A new and complete treatment. coastatir: of
S= poitories. Cap ales of Oirhlte at man wo
boxes of Ointment. A evet-failing cutt -or
Piles of every nature d degree. It make- a
operation with the knife, which as painful -d
often results i- death, unefesWAry. Why r.a-
dure thi terrible disease? We pack a wri en
guarantee in each ba No cure, no pay se
sad Si a box. 6 tor$5. Seat by mail. Stni. leg
Ger lAil Cured. ~es rvenateud by
vW Ir ll' Japse LUver Pellets the
great liver and stom h re ee ad h
purifier. Smail. mild d plasMat to tak: .e
specially adaIpted for cmklenl us. W ity ios
c25 Anti-Monoply Dn are a. a




-,,,".. es e. .
A pow"edl chapter from oe of the
meet emarkable of reorded human
experleuae!s, appears in MoClure's
MagiapzIe for MNay-Capt. Alfted Drey-
fiW' Own Story of his arrest, degrada-
thion and transportation to Devil's Isle.
Tn this story is added a portion of the
diary kept by Dreyfus on the island,
fur his wife, and referred to so often
al aso mystero.ely in the Rennes
trial, but never made public The
book from which this remarkable doe-
ament is taken, contalulag the story
of DreyWt entire five years of suffer-
iag a"d imprisonment, is to be pub.
lished by MeClure, Phlillps & Co.
Ses e Was Tertared.
-I lBmisach pain from corns I
could hlrdly, walk," writes H. Bob-
iasse, Halbroqh, Ils., but Boek-
ia's Amies O1alve completely cored
them." Aets like magic on sprais,
bmuies, cut, moes, ld, bn, u-
ae, beoil. Perfect heaer of skin
dlM s ad pUes. Cure guaranteed
byOarrett&Glerif. Sc. 2
eark Teals's test.
*The PemnS hitting In Darknes" is
the streuag rtlele America's great
umorit as ever Writte. It as re-
prinuted from the Pebruary number of
the North Aari review by the
AalU Implerial League of New
York, amt wI be eent to any rader
of the Ooala Bammr by Mr. E. W.
Ordway, secretary of the league, 150
Nasnu s eet, room 150m, N. Y., by
inelalug him a 2-cent stamp.
Mia Florence Newman, who has
been a great sufterer from muscular
rbeaumatam, says Chamberlain's Pain |
Balm is the only remedy that affords
her relief. Miss Newman is a much
respected resident of the village of
Gray, N. Y., and makes this state-
ment for the benefit of others simi-
larly afflicted. This liniment Is for
sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Rtore. m

U. C. V. oResies, Memphis, Tenn.,
may 24-30, 1901.
The Plant system will sell round
trip tickets at the rate of one cevt per
mile, distance traveled. Ti,.kets on
sale may 25, 26 and 27, with return
limit to June 4, 1901. By depositing
ticket with joint agent at Memphis,
and upon the payment of 60 cents,
exiension of final limit to June 19 will
be accorded. Perfect passenger ser-
vi-e. See ticket agents. B. W.
Wrenn, passenger traffic manager,
Savannah, Ga.
Weramg 24 Nours a ay..
There's n.o remt foa those tireless lit-
tie worker-Dr. King's New Life
Pils. Mlmteai are always busy car.
ing torpid liver, jaundlee, biliousness,
fever and ague. They banish sick
beedache, drive out malaria. Never
gripe or weaken. mall, taste nice,
work wonders. Try them, 25c, at
Garrett and Gerig's. 2
M rostats' Ialewl eBk, eOsla,
Pe.. Ti aed F"led l.ed.
A final dividend of sixand three.
tenths (6 3-10) per cent. has been de-
elared by the comptroller of the cur-
rency, payable to the creditors of the
above trust. CertifMates should be
Peat to the receiver for reteaimon by
him, wAn receipt will be smHt to the
elalmast fr signature, fidlowed by a
cheek fr the amount due.
April IS, 1901.
J. PRANK A.MIOu, Beesiver,
3 Kgamllmtg WeashingS, D. C.

U.I d boe md m moetbtr ga
or se.p a inba. rFood,
wbom idi Ms the iems dal health, i
all str and al beauty. Herbine
will lM4pi what yoo eats, md give
you the dear, bright, beautiful -skin
of bhilt.- Priee 80and Tiets. Anti-
T4.uMw r9p 1m cae. "n

To (he M ends who will forward us
a ,lb of. five cash aubMeribers we will
rm., the Oeals Banmer a year free!
yu rnaw Wt Vye amr labg
Wren you take Grove's Tasteles-
a'nI Tonic, because the formasa ib
pl'tnly printed on every bottle, show-
ing hat it is amply Ire and Qui-
tioe in a ( ateless form. No cure, no
pav e +

Many a fair young child, whose pal
lekr lae pu eled the mother, until shbe
rich ly smapected her darling was
tnuiM with wonrma, has regained
,h- remy hue of hmlth with a few
d.*-a *of White's Cream VerrmlfuWe.
Pritq, 26 ct. Anti-Monopoly Drug
*rB. an

Planes and orgu tuned, regulated
and repaired in a first class manner.
Alan make a specialty of repairing
flSe violms and guitars.
W. P&IKE..
P. (. RBar ASr fla. I.& o9

atuml, heal-- n dy .e__g,
promptly. A few small doses will
usually be found to so regulate the
excretory functions that they are able
to operate without any aid whatever.
Price 60 eta. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m


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* An Exeellent General Tonic, as well
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Don't take any substitute. Try it.
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The yoang ma or theyoung woman who will
secure the largest number al yearly subcrip-
tios before August to, 190g, to the Saturday edi-
tion of the



Which Is One Dollar a year. will be given a
EE a wHO] IiA- P for either Book-
a eep o Shortband ia the Massey Busiess
College of Jacksonville, for the term including
oard and lodging.
The one who receives the second largest l
will receive a MO =QAn- P.
without board alodia e r hdo
Book keeping.
Will be given to every sbriber whose ame Is
seat in The Satufrday elaI MTROIPOUS
i a great newspaper. s enera y twelve or mx-
teen p igeIa j i ol u by tbe artt of The
MBTkOPOLS. bus a large amont of up4o dte
live reMdlV matter andi is spendid value for the
money. Write for particulars to
CARTER *d RIlii[
Pblishing Company
Jaekuaville FlerMd

IWm igmUtare is on evry box ofm Se gmalM
La ative BromI.*Qu -i-e Taut
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Leave Jacksonville 10:20 a. m. and 7:45 pi m.

ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST, via Richmonmd, the capt a
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Pinehurst and Southern Pines.

Pullman space to Old Point Comfort, Ocean
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Procrastinaationa in

the Thief

of weplth.

Nature is a very wise and careful moth-
er but she is dumb. She speaks by signs.
The man or woman who does not heed
her signs or fails to understand them
must pay the penalty. Some day there
will be a step over the line beyond which
Nature's warnmags cease and her penalties
begin. For insane there is a man who
for yema never knew he had a stomach,
it performed its work so perfectly. Some
day after eating he has a little sour or
bitter ris in the thwoat. He does not
heed it Later he feels an uncomfortable
fullness after eating, a distress in the re-
gion of the stomach and perhaps he is
uncomfortable enough to wonder whether
he ought not to "do something" for him-
self. But he does not get any farther than

aerg. He becon sleepless, loses
h, a s other warnings of the de-
vdopmeatof disease but he still tries to
w so dayhecolblpets,drepadown
pe .ap t Iahimak and when he comes to
hi i a bed he is seriousl ill. He is
paying the penalty for his heedleusnes
of Nate's warnings. Whenever there
are made fllaess after eating, sour or
bitter eratetimus, belchings. ad kin-
dred symptoms it is the sign that disease
Is fastening o the stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts. Disease unless
checked is always progressive, and it is
only a question of time in such cases,
when the health and strength will be
seriously d n'erin-ed


The wise man or woman will take no
risks but will attend to the first symp-
toms of disease of the stomach. Doctor
Pierce's Goden Medical Disvery which
has crred thousands of people who were
emiag fom the most aggravated forms
of disease of the stomach end its allied
n ofdigestio and nutrition may be
eW oa ickly and ermanently to
cm.e sach dieases In t earter stages.
Its action r pt ad efficient. Its
eects are lting. The whole body be-
ing fully mn hed is built up with
a d -esh, mat with ftabby fat.
,Por about two year I sftered from
a very obstinate case of dyspepa,
writes L I. Second, Bq., of i3s te
Ave. Torout., Ontario. "I tried a great
amber of remedies without success. I
finally lat faith ina them all. Iwas so
far ome that I could not bear any solid


People as a rule have a somewhat
vague idea of the manner in which life
is sustained and supported. They know
they must eat to live. But they do not
consider that when the stomach and di-
gestive and nutritive tracts are diseased,
the object of eating, which is the nutri-
tion of the body, cannot be perfectly at-
tained. Only part of the food eaten is
converted into nutrition, and the body is
but partly nourished. Yet the body is
required to do as much daily as if it were
being fully nourished. The result is the
wasting of the flesh, loss of weight which
goes hand in hand with loss of strength,
and general debility. When the dis-
eased stomach is cured by "Golden Med-
ical Discovery," the food is digested and
assimilated and in the form o nourish.
meant restores the strength and vigor of
the body, the proof of this being written
in the pounds and ounces of lost flesh
which are rapidly regained. The only
way in which physical strength can be
made is by food, digested and' assimi-
lated. When the stomach
and its allied organs are dis-
eased the digestion is imper-
fect, the assimilation partial,
consequently there is a daily
loss of strength. When Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Dis-
covery cures the diseases of
s the stomach and other or-
s of digestion and nutri-
/ ion, the food eaten is
L "' early digested and amssimilated,
,/ fished, and thus its strength
'* i h eIwis restored.
4" > 1 iO wl w el pres my thanks
!0 to you for the kindly advice
mIT r you have given me in regard
ti to my and seem writesour as

Svingar. I whld have a baduna.
week; it ottylvania Co., Va.
costatly. I was not able a terrible
physician tate of health. Had given
great de p all hour bof ever being bet
When I had fished tak y food a the
es the tting up he and entirely sour as
'-- .'vinegar. I would have a bad
and m eadsick headas much ever. other
week; in facti my head over
felas it requir, and I was perfectlyhat for me, as
down under the strain of losing my food
constantly. I was not able to have a
physician arendu me, but had read a
I careat deal in your books of wt or
medicine had done for others, so I wrote

the of Golden Medical Discovery when-
and the first de I took I felt hink better.
Wh ile I had wished taking the two bot
tles the spittmig up had entirely'p
say it yet mde an entire cure of me,
as it required more than that for me, as
I was so.-wery bad, but I believe your
medicines are just what you nave said of
and shall always rely upa good word frce and
the rces Golden Medical Disoery when-
ev I have a chance. stomach sa
"You can publish the st if you think it
which sele. It mihm remot induce some onebut
else to t you medicine who was suffer-
whch have their ord. in disease of It was by the testimonials
of oters that I was induced to try it I
stomach alwaynd its rely upon your advice and
feel feto dealer ers ayou telsubstitute forme."
Dr. Goen Medical Discov-ery member
aerycus diseases of the- touch and
that theoane motivegan of digestion and nutrition.
It .cue- through the stomach diseases
which seem remote from that oga but
which hae their orgin, d-seaeof the .
stomach and its allid orgns
If the dealer es a subtute for
"Golden Medical Discover.," remember
that the ole motive of sbstituio is to
enable him to make the little more profit
paid by the sale of less "witorlot- prep.





The Mnt Lxirleus Traso s the WOrMd. Euuluedlv Pnt
(Daily Szcept Sunday.)
Jacksonville to New York, only 28 hrs. St. Augustine to New Yoerk, ay sp

re yr 17X9 S Sa S rM T -


(DaRy emxpt s=dy.)
Sperb SelMi hiaMa Trl Thr.o. t blgs ,lui 6bo
JacksonviUe to Chicago, oaly 3 oours. St. Aaugutae to Ci Me OlyT
. e _. MENi Ar L -n 51i

Through Vestlbled Tbaius Paimma Draw~neam a m
.:Coaches Prfect Dinalg C Sini -m L
Th rogh via Southe .iway am OpmIa Cm I

For Rages, hedules mad lafoermuom, cll or am-

The plant system



Via all rail

Via 8.8.

The Atlantic Coast;Lin. via Chaubo- Um .
hmod and Washlgiasto

The Southern Railway, via Sv a

bia and Wshingto.

The Southern Railway, via AJump, AM
and Chattanooga.
LouiviUe & NashvllMe, via M--gs j- .
Southern R'y, via v. Cou
Mobile & Ohio via Momtem.ry.
Via Savannah and Ocean m tu i p C
for New York, Philadeh i a d
Via Sv.aiv..h and MeWrhant & Mim
portation Compay for hluims.

West and Havana

ova Soo a ad4 Pin war i
via BotoUad the,, ,, Aa..-.. -

A. 0. w p AIi1L1hL @W IML

via ft" hp
lbp A- -1m 0 :






"Mag Smeersa." I
TI N.~ YVIMk Jowmal puts forth
the Mhaowing am "living deocracy- -
4emorramy with its face turned well
sathe frtml. A d.maoerracy that has
ekaIed t'art(er Harrisoo mayor of
f(tie,.- atd Tou !L. Johianin mayor
o (eveland.
Brre Is the Journal's twentieth cen-
twry thermal polt y:
MNek*it l ernebhip has heen the
italag emtId these I y eeideaoms.
Sama re tnam ata milSr onder
dthwoeM he equmNy ppulmr ia h.I
,,. .ad !.W tioned. Cel.t 2 114
Jerm l emm time l ge edr a po-
aofWe this kMd, sad it feels enemr.
d by reset events to aell attention
M nmalsa. Her is what wge suggest.
d as a twetieth cU tury internal

lt-E-eerti n of Menatorm by the
ftuple-The s eat, uow teooming
f private preuerty of corporations
1and b ,ou to be made trulj rsepremse-
tive, ead the stato legslattuts to be
ffdevmed from re errmng sandals.
04~r4d DmAruction of t'rtmninal
Trusts. No metupuiuation of the
mintial reourAes tby kawkles private
wtilMnatMsu ni p(SI>*" go tf rT* t lift hr.
Tihitd N Pr-teeti'ott f.r t .prt<--
iw Tru1st.- -rgatiz'tionis "wewrful
,moug a to ,,l er-* the' 'ei|lqh are 11
singer "tuifalnt intdewntir "
Fourtli.- 'utittl, ttwO er- ;, :; '..: r-
IM e tralt.iniI-*.-l-he valued < rta-3,l
by ttH tut, unity l-hulht ,t',bl 'n i t&
the vouanUi1unuty.
Fifth A (;raidutt.-d Inc-oni "T.x --
RI Tery viali-tts t4 oonmtriit.Ite t-. lIt-
pwq-ort ,,f the gtv.-ruma.nt .tct-rordinti
to hit, ateia-, atnd sti, aecrdtitrg to his
weIPEtit i*-.
?4zth. '-urrnimy Refortu.-All tihe
national's. miony to lie i.-*uel by the
matiot'on govt'rtittllltI and its 14up1ly to
ea, reulated i y the |e,'!e anl not lby
the lankr.
Mt'wtath -N.atuntal, State andi Mu-
nicipal lmntlrovt-.ment of the I'ulli.-
rbi4hrn Sytswtua.-Ats th,- duties of citi-
amhei|p are t-,tli general and local,
every governmsitt, general aud local,
AmouM do is stbare toward lifting
every individual to pe-rfrni (them.
Tbtw Journal again urges that plat
ferm upon the democratic party.
Hret arta live mamies, founded upon
demsiratict prinjptle. Here are poll-
t The tlat look towardd prigres and
mvlprwtI tbe trUest Americanim.
On a lime of tU e like this the dean.
unmr cya and will win popularity

M s D *t ftrssw-e s fthrUli of
( and tbm is a bottleoof

dW lF O and quaINM I& a teeIn1
ftm. m emNM--I Mpay. Price Me. t

AsB ehB- esmy@ the tourWist se-
M ma aed go, amI Heary N.
FMAENa-e his a- tsitI to d&ev-*
-pS in ume of th e East Coat,.
.. ..t It ta reliable parade,

age df Fiiagt lambrers If oida
Sa e r.. r asw P.ers. wu..mldu't

m***s, d e- a beauty and Joy
oewr !-F-Batka Advertiser.

tee IMau r lal. the great healer.
ar ..mmne.d for C.B. woiUen,
m pties and all dkm. disme.
-ae suMltutte.
SrBgai n.

Mr. Thepmpen, a member of tie
t h assat Iqidatma, imtrodueed a
- seid in tshe Iqemttive debate.

wm aheumalwsy. A neighbor Of
Mr. lbsmpinn's mt hOwbuy a b60
bW 6AIer hawing bern emu
mm Put rarer& And -W"hpopw
dbflftn m p 9 b the ManMd: "I
On% se&a .been oa awill- be;
I wamiah.",
rft ow md and put ath den
Is eMbew hromemer weik by using at
otlime a w"eow w ouuf Prickly
66 Blom. It Is the opus" blind
PaOSer ml*. Ans.MmeqmeOy

Mr. Jin"& C~wA*Afo) thimsa~te,
dnd b ewa pm .Ofrum tiw
bbof ae"IM& l. immiesof

Slw oo vsoetdvely. 014 we sam
ft aarp~m&any dthins nFlorlda.
1111m -u, --ifnreely4urf

-m new: -_s Ster t Pant SIs.

The Plant Rystem railway is selling
cheap excursion Iickeua for the Pan-.
American Exposition; Southern
Baptist Association at New Orleans;
General Amembly of Cumberlund'
Presbyterian Church at West Point,
Miss ; General Assembly of the Pres-
byterlan Churrh at Little Rock; Uni-
ted Confederate Veterans' Re Uuion
at Memphis; Annual Convention of
N. T. P. A., of America at Richmond;
Monteagle Asemhly at Monteagle;
Isternatom al Chrilt'ia. Endeavor
Onmvemtlon at CiUintnati; National
Edeational Assoeation at Detroiet;
National Convetion Epworih
League at San Franteoo; Christian
Workers' Asociatiou at Montnrat. N
C.: Annual Meeting Grand Lod e B
P. 0. Elks at Milwaukee; Interna-
Utonal Convention B. Y. P. U. of
America at Chicago; Triennial Con-
clave of Knights Templar at Louis-
viMe; National Mental Science Aemo-
ciation at Seabreeze, Fla
Detailed information regarding
rates, dates of sales and limits will he
furnished upon application. Apply
to station agent or write to B. W.
Wrenn, passenger traffle manager,
Savainnah, #,r F. M. Jolly, division
pia.-t wger ascent, Jackson ville.
A Firemans Close Call.
-i stuek to my engine, although
,.very joint at'hid aud every nerve was
racked with painn" writes C. W. Bell-
Raity, : l'*womo:ive firellttn, of Rur-
liiigtou, low,, "I was weak and pale,
Aittout any appetitee aud all run
dowti. As I wa4t about t give up, I
g it a bottle ,t Electrie Bitters and,
after taking it, I felt as well as I ever
4lid in my life." Weak sickly run
dwun people always gain new life,
strength and v-gor from their use.
Try theP. Satisfaction guaranteed
by Garrett & Gerig. Price .30 cents. 2



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Instruction for the Mouth of March, go1901.
Balance from last report............... ....... 34
Received from W. H. Reynolds. taxes on
G.& G.R R........ ..... ..... ..... 22466
Received from state treasurer, redemp-
taon of land.... ........ ........ 69 23
Received from Mclitoh Spectal Tax
Pistrict..... .... 43 87
Received from Co. levy of 900. ..........33523
Received from polls o 9............. 3 oo
Received from polls ot aoo0 ...... 261 00
Totl recei s3974 33
Disbursed during month .................. 394 32
Balance in treasury ...... .... a
Teachers' salaries 070o o00
Salaries. members of Board .... .... 8 6o
W. D. Car, salary ..... 75 00
W. D. Ca, stamps .. ...... 6
S. T Sitrunk ecorm needs ...... 4 o
Ocala Priting Co.. pricing 2
Ocala asner. pushing ..... 5 7
T. E. Pasteur, treasurer's commission.. 7945
Total issue ..............2a6s 67
Warrantsoutstanding Mar. 3 190o ...
Warrants issued Apr. 8, goz ._..... 6167
a24s1t 24
Warrants paid Apr. 8. 1901..... ... 3974 32
Warrants outstandisng Apr. -30. 1 0.- 1"s4 92
Balance in treasury April 3, i.... I
Deficit in funds April 3o. igo ............. 8436 9
G. S SCOTT, Chairman.
W. D. CARN. Sec.


taxpayers of the the *olHwlng described
terrni will on the firt Monday to May A D
1.ii, present to the board of pblc instrctios
thi ptitio askiMa the midboad to call an
lecti for the purpomeof creating a special tax
school district tube known as the Citra special
tax school district, with bowudaries as follows.
Commenciaw at the southeast corner of sec.
tion 1i. township sa south, range 22 east run.
ning north to north boundary of Marion county
thence west to range line dividing range s at and
a2. thence south to the southwest corner of see-
tion 7. township 13. range 2a. thence east to point
R C. Douglass, J. B- Borland P S Alderman,
J Shearouse. A. J. Douglans, S. H. Hall A. C.
White. J S Wyckoff H M. Oyer, Henderson
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dcr and by virtue of a certain order made
by the Honorable W A Hocker judge of the
Circuit Cotnt for the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the
State of Florida. in and for Marion County, on
the 23rd dlay of larch A. D., ;xi., in the matter
of applicatiott oft ALTER F. WARNOCK a-
administrator of the estate of J. H. Livingston.
dtcea.sed, of petition to the judge of the Circumt
Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida. Int
and for Citi t' County, to sell certain real estate
iocatLd in ih. coutntis ef Marion and Citrus. 'le-
lotigiii" to the est:t>' of the said J. H. I.ivingo-
ton., !ctea-dl. for the payev-'nt of debts again-t
thi said estate, the undersigned commissioner
aptoui:ntel in said order to sell the ral estate
the: dt-crii.-d. located in the County off MTa-
r -.n. ; ,t< -f':'orilta, will on
X:.'/1,4. D. ;90,.
l tw i thI- h-iur- of i ot'lot:k a. in.. ai i '
o'clock p. in.. i:n front of the south door of the
court hvru.e in Oca!a. Marion county. IFlorida. a:
public outcry to the highest and best bidder for
cash the following described property, t6-wit:
The no,: thw,-t a,,-rter of the northeast qi'iater
of s-ctisn 6: tfown-hip 17 south, range 2 o cat.
As Commission r.


ShI 1 :y Lll%.;, \i:ttion County, F'orida-sBy
' t',c CountyTju.idge of said County.
W to this Lourt fi.r letters of administration on
th- e-tat of jo. I NETTLES, deceased, late
of -ai,! CoutIv of Marion.
Thc'r-are, thc ,fore to cite and admonish all
and sin arth d and creditors of said
dec ast:d, to 1e and appear before this court, 0ou1
or bt:)bre the
;/, 7i / Mai.y A. D, 19oi,
and Iil- oijection-z, if any they have, tothele
granting ltters, ni. aforesaid. otherw;sc thw
aaine will be gramed as prayed
Witn.s nimy name as county judge of thl
county aforesaid. thi' 2nd day of Ar;il, 1901.
jSal) R. BUI.LOCK.
-Conty Judge.


U and order of sale made hb the Hon. William
A. Hocker. Judge of the ift Judicial Circuit
Court 4of Floida. ia mnd fr Naim county. i-
chancery. in the yrtiti suit pending in the
mid court wherein MARTY 1.. SMIT a Cmm-
pftaieat, and J dAM fV SA tOhRS and MI
NXt 2. SANDEIS were dejefat. we. the
desmged commiloe duly appointed to
make artltion of the real estate herdhafter de-
scribed. will on
Monday. t Oe jd da y of June A. D. 1go0,
the s se befag a legal sales day; between the
ours o In o'clock'in the fort om9 id 2 o'clock
in the afternoon. is frtot of the south dorr of
the court house in the city of Ocal, in the
county and state aforemAid.. offer andeuxume for
'te adw will sell to the Ingbest had beA bidder
for cash the said real estate lying a d being
situate in the City of Ocala, is Mario. county.
State of Florida towit: Iot o bock 73Old
I.trvey of the City of Ocala. Plorida, and a strid
of land 35 feet wide immediately adjsing said
lot on the eat and running the entire length of
the said lot north and south.

In the Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit, Ma-
rion County. Florida- In Chancery.
D. C. W. Smith, Complainant, vs. Alexander
McIntyre. et al., Defendants-Forehlosure.
to the bill filed in 'the above stated cause that
rator de bonis -on ofthe estate of Sarah b
Couch. deceased, the defendants therein namedL.
are non-residents of the state of Florida. and
that Aleander McIntyre and Lam Cook Mco-
tyre are residents of no Cau sdelet street., in tihe
ctty of New Orleans. state of Louiian, that
SJ. owie reside at Talladega. Alaa ,
and ech of mid defendants are over the age of
tweunty-one veas; it is therefore ordered that
mid mo-resident delesda be anmd they are
hereby required to appear to the bill of com-
plant filed in saidcause aor before
Afondy, thea jd dsy ofine. A. D. Mar,
otherwise the aegatio* of said Nbi win be
taken as confessed by said defendants.
It is further ed that this order be pub-
.Ihed once a week for four consecutive weeks in
the Ocala manner, a sempaper published in
mid county and state
This 2stb day of ApriL ns. ,
(Seal) S. TSI-TRUNK,
426 Clerk Circuit Court, Marion C.. Pa.
Solicitors for Complaisnat.


Lamb O ncx
AT GAXBSVILL., Pi.A.., Apr. 9, 2901. )
.L flowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in support of
his daim, and that said proof will be made be-
fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala. Pla, on
/Mae 8th. goi,.
viz. JAMES HARDY of Summerfield, Fla.,
Hd. 26647 for the nw% of sws and sw% of nwy
section 23, township 17 south, range a 22 east.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land. viz:
Anil God.son. Isaac Willis, Joe Tayior and
Wyatt Goii-, of Sinummcrfitld. la.
: o %W. G. ROBINSON, Register.

S X .\-i r f te c.. -ein t d -,i.n *t.,-r-


In pursuance of Chapter 476%9,At of 1899 of
the Laws of Florida. notice is hereby given that
it is the intention of the Board f County Com-
missioners of Marion county,. Florida. at the
regular meeting of the said Board which cUD-
venes on the first Monday in July. A. D. t9M,
to make a levy of forty cents on the one hbol
dried dollars worth of property, to be levied and
assessed against the taxable property in the
said county of Marion for the year 190t. and
the money so raised to be set aide as a road
fund to be used in the construction, improve-
ment and maintenance of the public rods,
culverts and bridges of the said Cunty of Mar-
ion, and in the purchase of such implemn
teams, wagons, camp outfits and stocta to
the useofandsafehm i g. of the cavict Jorce
as may be found aecesayt _tepso carry
ing outofthe work V p-fte=m499m"000of fte
a acoueaty, aa or if the empo eat
additional labor as may be deeded nMgsry.
Ordered by resolution of the Dard ofChmi
Commissioners of Mariton county, Florida, pa .
Ped at the regular meeting of said hard on the
5th day of March, A. D. a901.
Clerk of Board of County Co i set
Marion Connty, Florida. 4


tax yer of the floia de bei terri-
tory, ,win a the arst oa ito ay. A. D.,
190.Prent to the board of rns"e idtwctioP
c'tl -o asiuang, tohe ahard call an
election for the purpo of creoiAn s a edal tax
school district, to be known as Weuae special
tax school dinnct, with boudares as fo low.
commenciag on line of Marion aad Lake
counties at the southwest cor of east alfof sec-
tion 34, township 17 south ot range a2; running
due north to northwest corner of southeast
quarter of section io, township y7, south of
range 24 east; thence due wet to waters of
Lake Weir; thence following the waters of said
lake in a southwesterly direction to center of
west line of section Vi township 17. south of
range 24 east; thence due west to northwest cor-
ner of southwest quarter of section 14, town-
ship 17. south of range 23 east; thence due south
to southwest corner of section 35, townushp 17,
south of range 23 east; thence due east to outih
west corner of east half of section 34, township
17 south of range 24 east, being the point of L,:-
Frank Lytle. Alexander Wynne, W Alicop; .
T. B Suook. (;eo E. Snow, L. S. Squier. \V ('.
Ulack E. L. Upham A. S. J. %IcKenuy. K. F ..
L.yte R. S. Kelsey. Van I'. Ke'sey, KR : R,.:n-
:.. ;:. H. Lytle.

* 0

In the:Circuit Court of the Fiftb JndiciaCllidt
of Florida, in and for Marion County.
To Bessie H. McConnell and All Other Persons
notice that a writ of attachment has a-
day been levied upon that certain property *f
yours in Qcala. Florida, d ,cribed as follow:
Commencing 70 feet west of e northeast corner
of lot so. Coldwell's ad to Ocala, rutige
thence south 104 feet.wt ret. north 104 set.
east 70 feet, to satisfyk *lm f -,2a 21 due the
Commercial Bank. Ocala Branch. a corporation
organized and existing under the laws of Flort
da; the-c art therefore to command you to be
and appear befor'- aid circuit 'jurt in Ocala
F!orida. on
.'LeopdaY, the st dav of Jfly, A. D., 190r,
or'jiid.gment by default will be entered against
v01 at:d said property itill be sold to satisfy saki
(iin il-.r t.y hand ad official seal, this th4
.h day vof Afa -ch,.A.D. i, poi
tSea" >S. T -ISTRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court..
W. K Zwaski. Atf'y foriPla l tiff. 3 -8

%rTon: or APPLIcATO n s SPz A

one. of Article 3 of the Con -tzition of Flori-
da. uuticc" i, hereby given that it is the intention
of ti.t Board of County Comnmissicnrsof Marion
county. Florida to apply to the utxt legislaturee
of the state of Floridi, which convenes at Talla-
ha-set on the 2nd day ol April. A. D. i19o for
the p.ia*nge of a special bill or law authorizing
the sant county of Marion, through its Board oi
County Commissioners, or in connection witi
anv adjoining county that maybe interested, to
construct and build for public use, in connection
with the public roads o said county, a bridge
over and across the Withlacoochee river at or
near Stekes' Ferry, anti a bridg- **ver and acros-
tht Ocklaxrahariverat or near Starke'sFentr.
and a bTridge or bridges at ntch other poit::-
over and acioss said rivers in cuuntv of ?4:.
rion as in the discretion of.said Board ofCoun:.
CoTmiis-ioners may be deemed ntsce ry. Tht
said br-idge or bridges to be vrovidt-d with si :
b!e draw.,- and subject to the approval of chk~
engineer and secretary of war. as provided iv
the laws of thr United State'- in elation to the
construction of bridges acrt-s. navigable
Ordered by resolution of the lbio.rd of (oui t
Commi.ssioners of Marion c.u tt. Flori.'a.
passed at the regular meeting of Board -:,
th- 9t,: 'av yf March, :A,D .
(,eaj S'. T. SIS. RUNK
.-. tClerk Bd Co. Corm. Marion Co., PFla.


virtue of a final degree rqaderedeby the Hoe.
W. A. Hocker. judge the ienho t conun for tb-
Fifth Judicial Circuitt T trda, Marian counts.
in chancery. 0 the 2th daft od JAnuara A A
101. in a certain coase t reinm, dala were.n
are complaints, Ra PWARD ROOT atwl
IJLLIAN 0. WILLJAMS. and a n d. N. 1..
WILIJAMS afede n-imba d erein dthe
undersilned was appoed to ezemtaid finil
deee 1 Will On .- ., -
Mo wday, he OA h dvof MqeA. D s.JS.
in froat of the south der the t-t bouse in
Ocala, Marion county, Flouidah-betwen the
h-mrs at i oclock a m.. and a o' ULp.m., of-
fer and sell to the hhet andIeg' Widder
cash. at public etery, the fo W 1 Xdesnbe
..ftaidiAl premises. to-wit: Comn in at the
northeast eomerof fractionl hbloek 4o. M sur-
vey of the town of Ocala, running tence som
S ftet, thence west 2aa4 feet, then north 74
feet, and thence eMt 224 feet to 0atdof bepi'
uing. an in Marion county. Floria, or so muc
thereof as y e necessary to sM said final
decree and costs of suit.
TI. IG406.
Special Monier in Chancry.
Carlos L. Sistrunk.
solicitor for Complainants 4-5

order granted o the 26th dy of March, A.
1). igot, by the Mon. Robert Bullock, Ms unty
judge in and for Marion county, rlda. in the
matter of the estate of MAR JONMS. de-
ceased. I, the undersigned, duly a ed s
commissioner therein, hereby gine Blbe etto
7Te th dy *efMa, A. D,, er,
the same being the rMsMondayim said mouth
I will lr hr sale sad i9O at p aup-- I io.-1'
the highest Bdbunt MIdder hfr a i. M oust of
the south door of the cBuS hosemat Ocla. the
fflowi descr i eal d -te pr
erty in e mple of M at the
of h death r dleaed ia asm i county.
Plorida. via: Lot lettered G" O ht ma or

n tyrbeinterded in tepulie MMr o Ma-
rt lda in deed book tlegv "t,
at page yt sx d let r moe A.Mh de-
0" and **' F" and e the soth 1 e lettered
aR" as shown bp said phe; lsos, whver. fnr
the above tea-cre tract, sda cm em theeat
side there soM by the sid e the Jo n
her lifetime to Augala hrownu.wmeofCharle
M. Brown, thus leaving four ame remaining a.
thefrosertyof th mid Martha J- and

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