Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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: July 5, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00595
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."


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OCALA, FLORIDA, FDAYS


JULY 5, 1901.


DOLLAE A ILR


SGAIAAgo ITu e PUTs.


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Ht*N. STEPHEN M. SPARKMAN.


4'*.* M. Nparkmraa, of Tampa. who delivered the Fourth of July ora-
t*os lea thi e0ty @aday, yad which is reproduced in full elsewhere in this
eP. f hert July 18490, in Hernando county, Fla; was educated in the
*"*** Swhes of Floria, and taught school for about three years, frem the
*Oee Is to l. er the purpose of asisting in his education; read law with H.
L. N a.e e rnevmr of Florida, and was admitted to practice in October,
l?7:; se.ua.tl...sg his duties In Coqgess is still engaged In the practice of
tbe lt SWris comrs of his ftate; was Stat. Attorney for the Sixth Judi-
ralmci Mt lsein years., fm 187TSto 167; was a member of the State and
9<1usa tal mi e from lg8s to 18992, when he was elected chairman;
s tedede IOe ekeerit Jedgeekip for the tixth Judicial Circuilt of Florida
by OSwmer gPry lmaI Md1 the peitism of asolate judge on the supreme
-u bec w to i II by Goovernor Fleing, both of which were declined; was
'6eW o wbe Fy-fteurtb, Fifty-Fifth and FIfty-81tth Congresses, and re-
eleed o d e t ftywe thb (agree. receiving 1S,440 votes to 2005 for G.
m Phm, -mpdma
Mr. f ta s Is a member of the River and Harbor Committee and has
ben very egMe mfr the 8sate of Florida, not only for his district, which em-
t4e ns twe Oulffds. but the other side as well.


Merry,: TUia PAPUa WILL NOT Mrs Robert Taylor and children are
PAWS AT T M r ofr IK xMAN wao visiting Mrs. Taylor's parents at
Mas M SwL.V aN wrumi(rT MERIT Eustis. Later they will go to Saluda,
IK 'hwI TUesK r oP rn THE tILL; NOR N. C., to spend the latter part of the
WILL I1 KICK T r MAN WHo fi

)-men 4bee' I'us~ccl-eIru Store.
Mr. J.D.william.., ex-ma"wmla~ll~ow
wba- a i"mifilim at Martin's newt. stand.
'ai ViD.(loagla. editor cof the
Looke-bmodftunwas inttte city Wed-

MIr Man-as Irsuk left yecst-rday
*C .4UujtAe* 4. U..14 iit all uncele.

W 'a.Martin, sifr.ut. adgrand.
sue aE-c Iw'tsis Fulle-r. ar-elttl
u'tg* .ek a at "**a itluve t..


Mr. JohnoTippis, Colton, 0., says:
"Foley's Honey and Tar cured my
little girl of a severe cough and in-
flamed tonsils. Antimonopoly Druir
Store. m
Last Monday was tax sales day and
a great many people were in the city.
There were a great many bidders but
the most of the lands were sold to the
state.
Mr. P. Wilon Green, editor of the
Belleview Newa-Lptter and Mr. C. T.
Trask. the leading merchant of Belle-
view, were visitors to the city the first
of the week.
Ilnuperfet digestion and assimilation
produce disordered conditions of the


\1 ;- i. I ast ittr < .r,-, i.- biing pystemt, which grow ond are confirm-
i.g, at .1****' *y Ill- fr-tiid-thiil wtek ed ly neglect. Herbine gives tone to
. t d .itlot *.f a -*-. *,*i, i. thie -tonmaah. and causes good diges-
. I, I ,.*ng,. Jr.. ha- ,.rcIe.Ed tio. Plrie .'o cents. A.ti-Monopoly
..... i1, tni vt Mr. F. E. llugt- Drug Store. m
i .. iit." It.* -am*t*. 0. Tuesday. The tire alarm was turned in Sun-
S.- I .- fl,, I 're. lay night aouit eleven o'clock. The
tire p'ro-ved to Iit, in the Ocala House
M- It 1&[l. % I li t- hll kit'lihei. It was put out in afew niin-
,. ,.el I, .i Ms i.- .,i 3t1 utie- : tnie d i daniage was done.
I '! :* 'in'l r tai't % t.'ke --
S'henii yoni want a modern, uip-to-
date Ihy.-ic. try Chamberlains Stom-
\ o \ .. ( l I.... "i ; .-." Io tr ill at; e and OLiver Tablets. They are
i: t taT 1 1 .... 1 '. iSlute- ea-yv to take and pleasant in et fect.
,.- ,h,. c<,- tl, i i 'i: -ee '. ) eip.ts. Samples free at the
I' --1'. il thait ,. Anti -Monopoly Drug store. m


As is her PBinm Oala celebrated
the Fourth of olty with noise, patriot-
iuand pyro les.
No country b earth can point to
the growth ae United Btate has
made in the ste number of years.
When the e11hantioa of Iraepem-
deoee was signed July 4, 1776, the
colonies numbered thirteen; the pop-
ulation numbered little more than
six million; the area did not reach
the gulf at any point and westward
4id not go beyond the Mississippi
river.
The flag now not only floats from
ocean to ocean and from the great
lakes to the gulf, but it crosses the
gulf and floats over Porto Rico and
westward over Alaska, Hiwaii and as
far as the Philippines islands, and the
population in the United States proper
numbers more than seventy-five mil-
lions of people invested with the right
of the freedom of speech and the free-
dom of choosing their own rulers.
The signing of the Declaration of
Independence marked an epoch as
important as the discovery of Amer-
ica and has vouchasated a blessing to
the people of the whole earth.
The doctrine of the divine right of
kings received a blow from which it
can never recover and it is only a
question of time when free govern-
ment-government of the people,
by the people, for the people-winll
everywhere be acknowledged and
despotism in whatever form will
topple and Wl and freedom in its
proudest, best and broadest sense
will cover the earth as the waters
cover the ses.
Nan We Marble IBeds Ia Mariel
Ceusty?
This region of Florida is noted for
Its pure limestone beds. Near Oeala
are lime ktnathat have been it opera-
tion for fifteen years, and in all prob-
ability will continue to be operated
for the next hundred years. The de-
posit seems inexhaustible and it is
noted for itsjpurity.
The limestone in this immediate
vicinity is soft" and unburnt is used
for paving purposes. After being ex-
posed to light, air and rains, it be-
comes compact and makes a fairly
good pavement-not as good as vitri.
fled brick, but a vast improvement
over sand, mud or clay.
Any limestone that can be obtained
in solid blocks and is susceptible of a
polish is marble.
There is a stone near Cotton Plant
ten miles west of Oeala that seems
only to need geologic age to make it
come up to the standard of marble. It
will receive and retain a rough polish
and is used for building purposes and
is ornamental enough to be used some-
times for tombstones.
Some years ago a specimen of stone
was placed on exhibition here so hard
and of such fine grain and texture as
to be classed as onyx.
Since the Jacksonville tire renewed
attention has been called to this stone
and a party became so much interest-
ed in the discovery that he said he
would put up the funds to buy the
lands and have thle stone quarried.
Several dates were fixed with the
discoverer to visit the supposed beds
for the purpose of making a superficial


examination of the same: At the date
last fixed the parties were disappoint-
ed and learned by wireless telegraphy
that another Richmond had appeared
on the field and was in search of the
extraordinary deposit with the dis-
coverer, so the parties at this end of
the line hired a team and undertook
on their own account to hunt for the
deposits but after a search of several
days were unsuccessful.
If the beds come up to the specimen
on exhibition it will easily be pro-
nounced genuine marble and of a most
excellent article.
The beds are supposed to lie in the
vicinity of Juniper creek.
Where lime, magnesia, sandstone,
phosphate rock, coral rock and coqui-
na abound in such quantities as they
do in this state the finding of marble
beds would not seem an impossibility
and the people of Florida need not be
surnrised if marble is ouarried in Ma-


A Delightful Heart Party.
Miss Ethel Robinson entertained
twenty-four guests last Tuesday even-
ing at progressive hearts. The tables
were arranged in the parlor, sitting
room and on the piazza, and the
young girls in their dainty and many-
colored summer dresses and the hand-
some young gentlemen made a lovely
scene. The score cards were in red
and in the shape of hearts, each deco-
rated with a pen sketch of a different
number of bells, thus indicating the
number of the table to which each be-
longed.
The ladies' prize, three silver golf
stick pins in a tiny silk kit, was won
by Miss Polly Williams, and the gen-
tl*men's prize, a silver pencil, was
won by Mr. Chester Finch.
Dainty ices, cake an punch were
served by the charming young hootesm.
In the latter part of the evening the
guests indulged in a hidden flower
contest. In this, each waeb given a
card obtaining a number of words
*ith the letters out of position. On
straightening them oet Mnd putting
the letters in their correct order each
proved to be the name of some flower.
This contest was both interesting and
amusing.
It was one o'clock before Miss Rob-
ineson's guests bade her good night af-
ter a most delightful evening.
Neartbera.
When the quantity of food is too
large or the vuality too righ, heart-
burn is likely to follow, and especial-
ly so If the digestion has been weak-
ened by constipation. Eat slowly and
not too freely of easily digested food.
Masticate the food thoroughly. Let
six hours elapse between meals and
when you feel a fullness and weight
in the region of the stomach after
eating, indicating that you have
eaten too much,, take one of Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and the heartburn may be avoided.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Marines County School of Methods.
The school of methods in session at
this place now has an enrollment of
twenty five. Prof. P. W. Green, of
Belleview, who has charge of the
school is well versed in the methods
of teaching and fills most acceptably
the place to which he was unexpect-
edly called.
Dr. T. M. Russell, of Grahamville,
is giving an interesting course of il-
lustrated lectures on physiology. I
Miss Sara Bull handles the subject I
of physical geography in an able[
manner, and Miss Stevens has charge
of primary methods.


Mr, P. Wilson Green is now editor
of the Belleview News-Letter. In as-
suming the duties Mr. Green says:
"True merit doubtless lies in doing
well the little duties that the passing
moments and surrounding circum-
stances steadily impose. Andnoduty
well performed is devoid of intrinsic
value. If our paper has really a
sphere of usefulness Co fill, and oeen-
pies its sphere, and fills it, the paper
will prove its right to exist, and will
deserve support."
What among human ils are more
annoying than piles? The ifliemaes
that prevent active exerdie ae ted
enough, but onethdt ,uas eve rest
miserable is wore. Womea ae
among its great Martyrs. ThtW%
BOekey Pile Olatam t wl eM te
most inate o messes. ries. P 81tOS
In bol, tub78 e at. AnalA.mM -
poly Drq toe.




A Few
WHileo Tey lst.
One square Mathu&shk plme
good eosMdlUmo ........ ee
tOne good cottage orga.......... .. W0
One$16 Be *ame oU stove,
with .
One$ 5walns mirobe only U.o
One 0 u o 7-pee pr-
lor suit.................. ...... ... 18 W
One laIge refriegator with lee
water .....e............... 00
One bath tub, in good condition 480
One double lawn swing, new... 6 80
Lot $3 woven wire cots, while
they last................ ..... 2*
Lot 75c luioleum oil eloth,, at as
One $18 Turkish coach, little
used ................. ....... ...... 11 00
Lot new ice chests, while they
last........................4.. and 6 50
We have always on hand
BARGAINIS
in new and second hand Furniture of


*all kinds.


You willdo well to eallon


OCALA FURiNITIRE *o.

Warm


Weather


Suggestions.

.- h LOVELY LAWS.


Thom
our De'i
proflOtI
tiful.
only de
tr5CiV4o


A Poor Millionaire l". will niA
Lately starved in London because r theyar
he could not digest his food. Early use us atd
of Dr. King's New Life Pills would twa nt h
have saved him. They strengthen the lwant
stomach, aid digestion, promote as-
similation,improve the apyetite. Price A SUMMER
25c. Money back if not satisfied. WAIST.
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. You can easily have
Only 2.5. a waist that is fashion-
------ able and comfortable
if you select from the
Save material we are show-j
ng. There are many
Your Vegetables! beautiful patternshee
in summer weights
and colors, and Women
S' t.. .-C of taste speak enthusi-
.- ( .#,' ,, astically about them.
: ;- Prices quite small.


A A iE~LTINERI4s AlCHElt


who have seen
w stock of lawns
,nee them beau-
They are not
delicate and at-
e, but they are
quality which
ike them wear.
resatisfactory to
we can guatan-
m to you. We
ou to see them.
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I TIT TIT TIT ITT ITT WWWW WWTY

You Have Seen


Our Advertisements! .

Well, that means we want to do your banking

business. If you begin with us, we know how to

keep you-at least, that it our record-keeping old

customers.

MUNROE & CHAMBLISS, Bankers.
LL 11 Lminl miULuai L WImmal


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TN E IGHNT LENSTH
It requires are i fit-
Stinig you with a skirt that


=.i reb. toeesam wear. W
anxious that theMt all
1 toeperfect. We h wav


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e*MM- UAMLWA EIIIqpp-za


-As bi-


Straw Hats
We -w up the profits
an the broktzlots we
have left to acemlerax
tb*efMUhng. They'rec

just as (hood
As wher ttheprice was a
third momt.
Dig up a EnItt money
and get a new hat-


ore" In 1ida.

Poven tion.- Pz*:tf Ev* Drug &xor.-
MM CUm.(LW &ard linkttlaity eave
It40Y kfrY(,oGq~M A fothe s'a.mmur.
Mr. J. LD.rawer (4n~.of Jac-
ucnville. I s't t-xiw F-urrb i.-.GOala-
3h%. C('rv..t~y ajad daughter. Ethel,
gave m*to (ieo.vt-a Sf. c-,twe uamnme.
Prew I tMbos-Pie'tomee Drug Sta~.
Mr. HarVey Phillips a popular
ba qht of the gn;.. spent the Fcourtkh in
sbe efty.
71W ruse. of waterwelons keep Up
MNrnkatUY WelL Te Pfiees O*4aird

&W.annMn. SamuelP. Anthavy
WAam. Ne d. off Cedar Keyk. spent
-be FomkbitinOCR]&_

Wb om Fmrt-4 uire the aerri~em of a
uih~d piano workman mU at Wetbesf
of the Ocala '-ew,,-C w~r~ u:P~Ic'Laf' bonkawetiar
U6. *id4-T:y W.6(WertT Y reiable WOWai.
Addi rm 4la &B~azxer. (6cals. Fla. (C
Preal i pti .A5#-PaKt-vffime Drug S -q*
Mm C('brIt TydrIqp and ezildrvn
a&" unter. MKm* Annie Dmiu,. lft
yeay for hio to u~zd td umi '~l-

Pr~Iv;.Itx4:,-PWosfo5ce Drug ~.re.
3b%. W. B. LAskt a"d mPL, Harry.
wiA ftturs to Jackiourilie towmorro
afwa imi a i--! "wseeral week& in ki
w~tb Um' F. IL Watsom.
As Wego t0F V ekalM rtkatthis
mmasing'. kall we between the
Thu& MpaanmaLa clubs rmlied in a
rk-sy S Ocala bya*arehtof 5 to 4..
Mr. Will Fiwch and Mr. (leser
Fumbliave tal ory St ho to rWig: rt-
amveL They wWl also go to Beffall"
to tahke in the Pan--Am Wxu zn .prn-

Pyw4Uoi*Powt~ceDrug Storc.
MMe. bruns wanes am& ebibvs
have grftn avusmaiLam Atlanta


(cimauriarder Gi.M. EH a his ack
f-Amattending tsk e swc um *onif
(-ou'dmteveterasm-at Feruandina.
Ht #&,)# : taspa iF:;4efa-lanit atka-

It*egmiwen beaer raf Modrxkt;tnes
Runner --v'v:e 1:,r cutb. wxindf.
scam .piko warid 4Aindiseses&-. It
is guarnhmteed. IUsLO n 2o ubsitzur.
ALnti.Xonopce!y Drorg tore. EL

Mr .C. T-dd. uljo it, az Beau-
--oo&L Texas. LAW set*L b- I=& a bttle


&DO s be.f m w '4e Ist beauty arid styk of delivery was in
peerarI~d the child We~me ba.ithy keePng ~wiLbh Lm and we axd the
and cber Prm :r eetrAz~tzi -m~t-.meu der diucamou. He "i
Mmopojly Drug S'cm In znot pluck alil tb* tawi featbem frm
The Dew OmLIa opera kiume L. =&k-. owrproud bird of freedom, btentmany
in ery doeide-d .Prorew .Fifty- 'o1 his & eivnrft;0were foreefa] and edo-
wreL ebsm have bom wod and X qMent It -oa" a charizing addre-%,
3a urntoer wm ~purchbmm wae in (ught- r n ue ~~ o h
Wbmr a hundrLed sharm sha~llhave
bensoldthelotwil b prebwdplace ow tcoutry oeeupies in the hLa-
arid tbe building eveeed. It# con- tor' f rationw' amd the benefit* iixhas
autnatio mm be put down as a cer- MO.Lleud upon the world.


T"W "Set P. sm. ptiein br asria
(2ibiI and feoveisif a botte of Grovip's
Tawtelom ChMl Tonic. It i+. simply
iron and quinine 1z a maeteIk f rrn.
No Pure. no pay. Prime i' ftns.
A tsDek thief o leaein imOmcakand
- is ting the moKan imomwa mse-
Ua11-that io ouwhat wmalth it
myuawd to bie lying aruumi in basaja
He Am ihut vmd the residence of 3Mr.


1t. znein er. our mDera~t prince.
He rwed a blind and life a latWeh
but did not make an entrance. He
mu-. hare beemi driven off ty some
noise on the inside. He next visited


mar. qvoimazi bai reprewmex eu we
firu district in Congrem with great Everyth
Saeepakbilhty anid popularity for eight
Syvar and before going there was re- G
i garded as one of the state' best law.
yenw and since his entmace into Cot- W
lree has devoted his energies to the an
saeompliMhaeat of good workt rmtber
than to the making of ptomiues and
Sbneombe speeeebaL
And while bere Mr. Sparkman did
I Dot refer to the suatect but it is gener- CALA
Sally believed that be will aies-j
nre strength with Senator Steph-
en ,R. M.allkr for United Sate i


Has a New Line of


LADIES


CLOTH


Henriettas, Black Crepon,
Lace Curtains, and other
Furnishings,


-0-

Ladies' ,Udernw,- tc.


ing Will Be Sold Way
Down For Cash.


Hugnhes'


IChill Tonic...

Better Than
Calomel and Quinire .

"The Old Reliabe"


AL w L k wmg m amIL

Be mays tin way upnG. Be basi ewmbkoau tt i -I k&

mim his Lwe!Opthus year at oDe tt*,Dua- igam ihna *cowls throw yf 4
and tome& u r....t+citimew of (br~ajand rv- V*-- ljcwY aied The
Mr. Tom Hmr-.iim.- of Ek7,Lu'.r civ.;ty nerer hae the jM.earre of beam-,?!~ 1 ~( tV~ (lfw"
Fmz& Hrri. '.! he ~aa InI2Ejn te qHcm- .Stepabes x. Spszkoman xuiIf TV LU-C i~.
hmn mrared a paying aiw o il'ODth' 1&D g(* ood's JaINa~paI'ifh
Pbat yu Un tamam d -m m his =,- .~*cm ~dawct.berw1&.,t fd
flz ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -Aa su noTu~ ~f]and ery fAttering ecuzplimeats r, ~it tamns tbhetim O
0s a Wr~kt and effide'intyaw* zman, hke removed it is Iair to smiume that b! tT C! wTJ ~
a ,d w ill =eke t khe rv d a fathful a emsiW led thcwe w ho beard hi za cp- Is

To ezf~mdieaewm froya.the 93V 'mPod in iA& flowsand in its charnew at


Robinson-Pettet Co.

Louisville, Ky.


BEES"


BAKEY


oods Being Received


kly.


Give us a cal


d be Convinced
That our Prices
are Right.
G. A. NASH,

--FLA-


'IGKORY


M r. S. I .u for the build-t. r Sat or before the people next year.
Mr. S. treasurer for the home 1nild- ; o d s o that
ingand loan a iation: is hie and i If be rodeeriDe t i eorDeded thateT ] O t
fire in eranoe agent: trwstee in tank- he u lj make an exe-pt(, sly strong
ruptey: president of the eebool itord endidate.
,ad city -oun il and chairman c.o tLe Hvring now taken the ma-nagement
Fourth of July festirities, and is sup- OffiM of D. di. Hardy. S.ereary *f of our "ore wood businew ourelves, Ai
pooed o. be X.jd2 down as beaviiy i iate Austin. Texas. N.o. -21. -ij.- we name theebhedule of ratesbeeow- is
with wealth a- be i with bonor. and I bave found Dr. Moffetts Teethinsa one co 1o e ar fert acke&. or- r catbic
a- the thief seesn to be abrewd and spleDdid remedy and aid for my teeth- Sa catc st etl
intelligent it was tural that be ine children. When my oldest boy ac n i ree o
should not let Mr. Scott escape- He wa a teething ehild, every souceeding Parae wzgs team ig wo for th by
had better lick and hfted Mr. e day ward s that we wculd ioerit- o0 72 le *
of his loe change andd smn til -ItD b atly le him. I happened upon -cees pe cieb facer p~ce b the t ieard
side approprimug a watch. oog Teethina.. ad began at onr-e admin- Orert can be placed at our ofe by
whistle and other trinket and I istenng it to him. a&d hi improv- Pbhone No. 5, or by mail Box "'
^ewe7ry, meet was marked in Al4 bhoun, and SPOKL AaD Rix FACTrY.
Thomas W. C(ter. of A kboro.. fro that day on be re uperated. I 0E W. RixA A.
C.. ad idey troUe and oDe bottle have comeantly kept it and used it 'W. Agt.
of Fkoey'. Kidney Cre effes ed a per.- ce with wy ebidrev. and hae
feet are and he my* there i no ding
remedy that will coupare with it p to smother of yon chi
Asb i pwwni aJ Dr ug &a t.m I bmnd it invaluabie e4re after
^tyDrug^ Sow the teething period was pawMd. Mr.
Pruussi "tt Part. D. H. Hardy. 2t
lat Friday afternoon at the bome i
of her ...er MJi. Carhie Tyd.r H j.a *et. W wholesale a
M 1 l te a'aiaed her Ho. M. L Payne. ex-sebcol super- I
.. .. O AV


ft~n& vib a 4~gtful wbiss any.,
Whigt was played oan the lawn until
six *Ielqe wbesmdali nt vF -my t
wem amd by Nn Tydmp andafd
by NUn.mL axboa"dMm (bruey.
Themrem ma wep WP%
The Amvme was wmu by Mim Bea-


tree Sinclair ad he meound by Mis
Ethel BOtUDBO.
The Bet Perselpbie ser Sartla
('bills and fever is a t Grove'- Tasteless Cbill Tonic. It is
simply iron and icinine in a tastfelew
form. No cure-no pay. Price ?*. :e
Strar. or S ies.
One -.year-Amd heifer. dark tcrt wn to
tblek. had beU n. mealey D marked soo"th cr<> in left atr. ta"nd-
ed -GT": should havre a eilf. Five dc.l-
lar for her return.


-l- erde& ptr.Juieu !-.urm that mreron One i-year-old beaiftr. ineu-.e and
w.- tb" t ixca be coinpare-d with tme dun ecdored. :i-- fccrebed. marked
a.4pidcai] find irn Mar-icon county. aod branded &Latxaore. Fire dlir
fc'r herreturn.
e~mlX~l;*@ G(.. B. TYu
&Llda at~,.A a I-W L aWet~r lbs of Five.
and perinane~i-r:- '-re f*rhiii and To. tL- friends who will forw4..rd uf.
fryr n -Ldrn. nc Z n~..a ellta k.o'f f1ve casb su tv-pn tr,e we w-ill
Anu-Moripc~y Drur atctr. u Banne-r a yewr fri.
Mn. ChInk P,-v#*.r and dsugfter. Steps the Cqegin 4Work*s Of the
Mno bwtjerti-.lft i'-la Tu+*day and 01
left Jineksmxiiie Wed rieidav y rtj- Laxative Brotno Quaizuhae Tzl.,;cts
i1.g for New Yomrk (-z :t D ew Clyrde (-ure a eold in (iae day. No cr.n
eteamer Apache. Tbty w1 be fi4- rev. Price 25 cets..f-
kuved Waer bT Mr1. Peiimr. ID-~ .

These who hue on farni- are Lat~e
IV. Macy afridental cuts,tur'l au. d For
briam. wbi:b .'airalpially wber
Ealrd~L ouw;Liniluuent if prnctn*.:
a1:i~ind Pi." 2 an 5e.-r A` Greflt8


en ru M. t lwark--cbv:ie a':III- y .FD C5Lm ifl.&

He tiud kownani Ia jua


inteodet. was in town Moday. He ri
wa in offiSe nearly twety year? and n O rl ,
ays when be left the public service
was in debt in the uam of $&1*. SIeD Flour.
returning to the tan be has lquidated Meal.
that oetigatoon, eclnried and beauti- G st
fied his home and i- in every way in Rise,
comfortable cirum'a s. If good Rice
pries continue f produce be will be.*ome a. unerown- <'anned fruits and
el king of ome d'erinption. As be i Evaporated fruit
an expert siropmaker and is ..nstant- ,.rackers and c
ly enlarging his surr cane field; it Farrinaceou.
will te no matter of surprisee to thboe jGROCERY
who know him if he shall very sfon a car of
te styled the sirupp king" of Fria. i -brough
Ez-county treasurer Griffin was avo dreda
in town Monday. He ruan. a stcre at I
ALthnry anid had ihi hDa .d. w full of
chu-cd- st. t keep up the appearanc f -
Sif he were till handling the public m y Pn
amounts but tbere %ere a great many Fain Cms.L
ehtf T) ITm R -- a rl#Rbif --.


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tons"


Toe E 51W FLNU

me &and bbijag. W# hav* buat,
pa rerotatkeon eThe. ijimty (,f oar

Dd we take paatieuhmr care that ninth-
kC shll detacet hj it- 1%# 6w.
~ur pepaedby skihfal Lix d*
ma. wenlventilated uoo aot Aperf
otly baked in nmade,. nWvoo gin*
ar eu4ovors bu' saquabod 'vv"
Fthe rery bmehome mno" ar w jo


FORDS

ad Re' ail


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Bacon.
HaRms,
Shoulders,
Lard,
ed Meal, Fish


prouikoI)

Sugar.
Syrup,
Cheese.
Coffee,
i. Butter


vegetables. 'White Rose" brand.
s. nuts, raisins, prnes. dates. fancv
andies. canned meats, fish and milk.
Sgods. etc. In a word. a 4COMPLETE
SOCK. clean d fresh Jusa racived
"Harvest King. THE BEST Flur ever
it here: in barrels and half barrels. One hun-
cases Octagon Soap. Potash and Pearlin.



es are Always Low
Memo Wf aig and
e- s i y


64t-fet withb kD left LOlling. 10CALA [N. W. ('or. S~quar& -
Colonel Loriek P. Miller. iving Iaetw
O'calaas bsoshippod a cquantity cof me]-
* nu'F v) market and ays hebe hs she A b L ''jb
alt-sx eLd @ oret 1.n6ti'Dtbe hsaswever

;are ent e'4 a U' I n th e ri -iq-r b ot -
tom, t-f S-othj (Lr."liaz ViewedJ IiIE C A A K V A
fr-on tj 4a1 1i o 'kn-lM!
lerp .0-utvest. thtre Domstoee more in
the man than it) the land. tbcub ra ,f Ienr,e-- !Rz~Jt'~
there ii, (fxlsiderz-k, n .iC
At the are c- t~hrtee '-ore and ten C.A.PIT.rA .IL i450,0)j))
Maj. C(iha'. W. Cam pbe]L 4sr... i. sinewy
atid rggovoug, rotbua-t and istrong-. and
hae w'rea* cbemes f-r Su~lrd ~ ''aa~ ul In~
toa Lizb plaze A' di-rekctptpent than ?t -V~ t.-:2)*1j Laull 2IBi~~~.. ~tr.rqbdour Care
&ar1t 47'-?, uvcurg !znatrl in the ozitar.; Ex-hinuge &'ugtiK and j
Hifs -mira.refinery i' .:Le-nraz;u, t bi.
at"'eti,) &EdINTEREST PA-ID ON TI7ME DEIN $?t

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MTAM **) I M. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1901. DOLLAR A AR


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ewongswwa sspswomssof Teampas
4sw~ of $bes40086n0 sievoisa
*avw* pas"- lee Sewt.
noe"stabonbalwns of S$68l Well
Snet 4 GA od L~r Say
be sodomeweebmast-Peso


toiwee *ee* W4b 6&440e
Waf**ins we 50 Bonga.


arty yestday morning erowd of
Ie*,m .l beaa arriving in Ocala to
prapaftis MI t big time promised
. so ~tne % who entered our


At 2'0 In the afrasan the hose
spabi & haSed am ker ce kst--CMep-
ug h ms, t ewiMg streams of water,
e*%-end Marle ose Company No.
I Weasin the o nNoMAtl winner of
thAfitpds. Time: No. 1, 88 3-6
meends; Ne. 4, 2 s.scond.
verybedy te.a repaired to the
bmwball pends, whe exciting
pm wmo played.
T1e gme played at the ball park
by the Oalk and Tamps elabs (white)
was to met exulting; oee of many
meaths and resulted In the ome
m belinadefeated by a oreof 9 to
6. Another game will be played at
10:30 this forenoon, and the Ocala
boys promise to redeem themselves
and sustain their past record.
As the colored baseballista could not
arrange with any out-of-town team to
meet them on the diamond, the Ocala
Proper and Ocala Excelstors, both of
this city, crossed bats. This game re-
sualted in a victory for the former by a
*core of IT toqG6.
The ball games, white and colored,
were witnessed by large and enthusi-
astle crowds.
A laughable feature of the day's do-
langs was the climbing (and attempts
at climbing) of the greeted pole,
planted In the northwest corner of
the courthouse square. A large ham
w-- -- --uawu mi. aau vs ^.9uv^


6" as d M of Jandbywaspep ew a t cue= top or e poe,
So July, and by and this, besides five dollars' worth of
u Usme so ame tng tneale got In merchandise to the winner, caused
abd depssesd mr hbman burden many to make a trial, much to the
t city was eremid with patrieic amusementof spectators. After sev-
* ts of ery a~, clor aod el hours of unsucceso l attempts
um^ e -_n ad crner of .by others to get the prise, Emekiel
Fi *O y we 8mlth, colored, captured it, and
this a a g a s man iy wr the eavious eyes that fol
ftd h smm-Mse arrmage- lowed him as be bore his hard-earned
smee ad Powe to seoet the trophy away.
w r sa w in ses ,y Gould A hose race, just south of the city,
a theso attention of lovers of
Meghaev peed e ottt hasport at 3:30 In theafternoon,
powml. T early f ma-oe wau between Mr. J. H. lmsiekaton's swift-
Bwry m east as Old fted steedd and one from ltmpa,
w- geMg ia his esMt bit ofsam- the former winanig the half mile run
mer ahet e, a dellgthl by thirty-ve yards. It is rumored
Stht several of Ocala's horse admirers
t tan f1r s0o8t a hoaf 0 h r, leaving ae |jinging about $1000 of foreign
eviry tagsa eN and plemnt as the capital this morning as a result of the
pe's t4eaml sprlg measteg. rawe.
Tf was e sandamee of lee wa- Throughout the entire day the citi-
tr o esarreb dis tultehd at various mens and visitors were treated to beau.
.-a,0 on the stresft wber the feetiv- tiftl and patriotic music which was
tite we w to tae id e, and the im- rendered by the Metropolitan Band,
mease f ar ti o water rasmed drting the day colored, which was greatly appreci-
eb p th- aprermlatlu of the recip- ated.
wS. NOTES.
P'T at1 O'clock. a an-I Mayor Fishel and his corps of work-
atd. etn to hpm wr had har, ere who made the Fourth a memorable

arid tai e Mtm with almost the day in Ocala's history deserve every
t -. rimm- wt-ork, whit of the praise being bestowed on
1 w'a a kyoftle na- open t. all. them by our appreciative citizens.
e ta k M L4tddell. an Orala boy. The cash males of one of our retail
**)ty rrad 4tf" Mirt honor*. a $a5. business houses amounted to over
.. 0 He Sal Wan tlHt -.; ** prire, for *1'0*0*
.. unVdr twenty yoers of age. Mr. IRaymond B. Bullock, as mar-
I ,.* *** rw- for 1 t *'. B.y Ihwr ltmh. cem and performed the duttes of his
t, ...i.,rdl isy.Ilslt th,.i. tw,,k the oiflee admirably. His aides, Messrs.
at the I- g*r e- were wardle: @ R. Birdsey and Clifford Anderson,
S r.,.. ? *t*. Mitiner Wllitanl-. also proved.to be the right men in the
-. .! r *'. T,,mn, i- Th,,nms-. right place.
T'* a.4 rt.*., t IB'l hiit t.y tar We- are under obligations to Mr. J.
r **-t i,,..*-r of -enitri,-. %tre i W illiamoul., ,ne of judges, for


o% oo.lut met. 4kri I*-- L~aI -it It-
f. iret pI'l, and at~li. r N'4Eigv
I v '. % ,l l a cea .z z t l ir 1 7
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M11ritB"Ih-. ill. ileate'1 Ala-cUa

a. e~ ~"Ise b t ;I. L'- :

ou~ .1 Ibe tmvr ; W111111V .the &alooall"l
iB not~ag kyward we"' watch-d
u ati grvatst utrs~m. everyloody admir-
.uag Ii. mwsvosaemaner in which le
ewuaho ef~hao-apmfantuinnujid-air.
% iwbt Sews.wros w ikowimmg frownIshe
eas when be went ur, and in cvnme.
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.ourtesies extended the reporter.
While everybody made plenty of
noise and had a giouid time generally,
t Ie. a-s aW-e of' the rowdylnmn usually
indulged in on similar occasions, was
espeially noticeable.
The Fourth of July, '1-l, will long
Ile renwmibered as a red letter day in
the mercantile hi-tory of Ocala.
The two Iballoon ascentsions went off
Without a hitch, and altogether were
the Ilio,.t suceq'-ful ever witnessed
lit re. The aeronaut, H. M. Phillips,
thoroughly understands his business.
Thle Fourth of July celebrations in
4 'ala are annually occupying the
.tAnme lH-ition in Florida as Mardi
(r:a- in New Orleaui-does to the south-
,-r. tante,. l:veryluody looks forward
t-, "t .-ala'. Fourth".


The c.rowniug features of the day's
f fetivitie* were the "cake walks" by
the whites at the armory, and the
lacks at Marion opera house. Both
i place" were packed, and the laughter
and applause spoke too plainly of how
much the performances were enjoyed.
At the armory, Charlie Brian, as "Mr.
Graltha Chicken Southeut," and Al-
bert Beck as "Miss Holdemround De-
Neek." won the prizes for the best
"cake walkers," and Robert Mathews
as mount t Highstepper Blueblood,"
--.n i 1w ti... ,m m na Itridmewhtlt


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laboring classes. Again, in classic Greece and an-
But whether lawyer or physician, client Rome, the sun of liberty arose
preacher or layman, merchant or shining with a light second only to
clerk, farmer or mechanic, our every that which, in the 18th century,
heart's throb is in unison with the lighted up the shores of this western
sentiments which gave birth to the world with its benignant rays. Then
day we now celebrate, and we all Spartan and the Athenean, in that
alike stand with uncovered head in far off age, drank deeply at freedom's
the presence of that flag whose stars fount, and reckoned themselves
and stripes, even in the face of pass- among the favored of earth. They
ing history, are still the emblem of, had their codes of laws, which they
liberty, as they are of national and revered, and their delightful memo-
majestic power, and whose folds only ries which they cherished. They
wave today, whether over native pointed to their great battlefields as
land or foreign shores, as a result Jwe now point to oure, and erected
of the triumph of those principles monuments of marble and of brass in
which make this day dear to every
true American heart. Dr. Geo. Ewinr. a practicing hy-


But time was when the flag meant
more for humanity than it does today;
when the Declaration of Indepen-
dence was respected and revered by


sician of Smith Grove, Ky., for over
thirty years, writes his personal ex-
perience with Foley's Kidney Cure.
"For years I have been bothered with


THE MY WE EE AT made theasylumof the oppress.
SWed and the home of the free.
All elvilsed nations have festive
days or anniversaries which they are
aeus tomed to celebrate and thus to
Oe commemorate some event In the
RE political history of each, dear to the
People of sch country. But there is
not in the wide range of political his-
tory a day more fittingly celebrated,
ItFMS TO OCALA AS "TAT o40 or one which witnessed events fraught
aMoW Tit SITIES PF TSE with greater Interest to mankind
than that which we commemorate
TAItl." today.
The Fourth of July, 1776! What
assoelations cluster around that im-
Mo Sptos of e*dMeets Relato the mortal date. On that day a new
light burst forth from out of the dark-
Saelarati oef Indepeenee oer a ness and gloom, which had hung over
Ceatory Age and its impress Upen the earth for ages, and casting its
the Nations of the arth-LUb. beams acrone the pathway of man,
kindled anew the fires of hope in the
erty the Rightful Booee of the human breast wherever the glad news
Human Family-Pleads to was told that a republic had been
born in this western world, whose
Liberty Levers for the De- chief cornerstone was the rights and
feat of Imperialism. liberties of all the people.
For generations mankind had
groped in darkness ever conscious of a
Fellow Citizens, Freeman. Patriots, Ladies and higher political destiny, but only now
Gentlemen: and then catching glimpses of its
I wish at the outset to thank you for light as the centuries came and went.
the kindness manifested by the invl- All men were created equal before the
station given me to address you. Al- law and In the enjoyment of liberty
though we belong to the same geo- and happiness, but few in all the ages
graphical section of Florida, and not- had understood the full meaning of
withstanding that I hal from a town this grand truth; and yet the germ
which lies at your very door, and implanted in the human breast, when
within three or four hours' travel of man, created in the image and like-
your city, this is the first opportunity nees of his Creator, first walked the
I have ever enjoyed of speaking to an earth in the presence of Jehovah,
audience composed mainly of the had never died. Although its for-
people of Marion county and Oeala. tue had been various troughout
And appreciating more highly than I that long night of time, no season of
caa express in words the Invitation adversity had ever been able to quench
extended to me, I wish to thank you the Ares that burned on liberty altar,
sincerely, as I do, for the opportunity and from the early dawn of clvillza-
which it afibrds me of meeting and ton there has secretly existed a land
addresing the people of Mare coua on whose shores this light has not
ty and of this section of the state.. sone, dimly It may have been, but
I am also glad to e and to the spark was always there requiring
wlmtg the d to beg wtaMd tihe mailed hand of force to keep it
nep thewhih e on e from bursting into a consuming
development which I see on every me.
hand. We all remember too well the me.
rehand. We at wleh overtook Flor. ear back In the dawn of history be-
great disaster which overtook Flor. fore the pyramids of Eg4ypt first re-.
das leading industry a few yearsago, fleeted the rays of a troplal sun, we
a misfortune the like of which so msee- the ger of constitutional
tion has ever experienced since civil diovern the germ of consttu was stiounal
war killed and devastated in the government by which it was sought
war killed antd debated in the r to make life, liberty and even prop-
South more than a third of a century secure.Sacred history tells us of
ago. This great calamity fell heavily the government of the patriarchs over
upon all portions of South Florida, their families, and there it will be
more upon some sections. than upon men that the idea of freedom of will
others, but today the tracings of its of thought and of action was predom-
icy fingers are almost obliterated, and inated, God alone being the ultimate
the town of Ocala-that gem among judge of the action of the individual.
the cities, of the state-thoroughly And, again, on the shores of Palestine,
Imbued with the spirit of progress, is mountains and its vine
still abreast of that wave of advance- o is a re the hand of Deity
ment now passing over the South, was ever seen, and where God ruled
and which embraces Florida, in its on- directly the destinies of His children
ward march. Situated in one of the liberty was cherished as long as the
most fertile regions of the state, the will of the people, uncontrolled by ex-
center of a county, the resources of traneous forces, was felt in the shap-
which are unsurpassed, with a people ing of their destinies.
active, energetic and progreive, no nder the influence of those prici-
city in Florida has a brighter future ples, crude though they then appeared,
than has Ocala, and none I venture the feeble fugitives who had fled from
to predict will surpass her in future Egyptian bondage became an empire
growth and development. of wisdom, of wealth and power. Their
But my friends I am pleased to meet liberal institutions produced states-
you for other reasons. We are all men, poets, historians and warr:ors,
American citizens, and as such no day who will continue to challenge the
appeals more strongly to our pa- admiration of posterity by the splen-
triotism, our love of home, of coun- dor of their achievements as long as
try and of liberty than does the day men shall tread the shores of time.
whose anniversary we are now cele- But an hour came when public vir-
brating. Diversified, it is true, are tue was debauched by the lust of con-
the vocations which follow. Some of quest and of gain, and when primi-
us may belong to the so-called learned tive purity faded away until the mass-
professions; others may follow mer- es broke forth in one wild demand for
chantile and kindred pursuits, why a king. The king came and ruled
many may belong to that larger and ; Judea, and popular government was
more important class, known as the at an end among the Jewish people.


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honor of their grat, ad toeommem-
orate victories obtained over these
who assailed their berties. They
kept their fetal days of joy and ex.
ultation, as the fourth day of Jly
and other national holidays are em
memorated by the Amerisma pVsle.
Indeed, these votaries liberty In
ancient Greece sounded all th ashols
and measured all the depths of bner
and fame, and aehieved Imme--*lly
in every department of human e*
tivity.
So, too, withthe Roman republic.
Her foundations were laid deep and
wide on the shores of the Mediter-
ranean, and for a time withstood the
masulta of despotism and tyranny.
For generations before the light of the
Christian era bathed the world In its
beams, the Roman citizen had be.
come immortal in art and arms, and
today the devotee of liberty loves to
dwell upon that period as marking
one of the grandest eras recorded in
the annals of the past.
True it is that liberty's son did not
continue to shine over the land of
Greece, or to light the pathway of the
Roman citizen; for the power of kings
and emperors, aided by venality and
corruption among the masses, was
able finally to overthrow the hberties
of the people, and to enthrone the
tyrant where they once reigned se-
preme. But liberty was net dead.
And although it light had paled In
Southern Europe, and the glory of the
Greek and the Roman had geos
down in the gloom of despot*m, the
principles of liberty ha4 not ruled In
vain. They had left their Imprem
upon the world's hsory, Md had
shown their power hr good In the dae
velopmat of the human race. They
had built a monument of lght, of
liberty, of seeane, and of art, wheh
will s d, d wil forever endr-e,
towering up on the baegrond of hisl
tory like a glded dome paint the
dar4 and distant sky.
,The dark ages came, to be sure, anad
liberty appeared to sleep for a thems-
and years; but Is was not theileepof
death, for her achievement and ber
glory still lived and gave hope to the
oppressed, as they were ever the tenor
of absolutism throughout those
gloomy ages.
But the tyrant ravaged fairest por-
tions of earth for centuries with the
sword and the torch. Despots ruled
with an iron band, and the econditon
of mankind was deplorable to the last
degree. $till the wheels of progress
and of civilization had been only tean
porarily cheeked. The germ of lib-
erty had not perished from the earth;
it was immortal and could not die.
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THE OCALA BANNER.


fiAn A S., Ulter.

Georgia has 6,0),
8gar can be made from the map of
nearly 00 different kinds of trees.
Eleven boys were killed by a single
bolt of lightning in Chicagp last Mon-
day.
Civil government was given the
Fillpplina yesterday. It was a Fourth
of July gift.
And God spake these words: "Thou
balt not "bear false witemss against
thy nsghbor!"
Bsuton is seized with another erase
apist the anode In art and is draping
er statuary with Ag leaves.
The Remains knew how to build
good roads. Many road built by
them are yet in good condition. It
paUs tod 4o a ood Job. Maion county
smod set the pace In good road

TeI wwee eighty4seven deaths and
a- bndred and elhtiy-three pros-
teauens New York City Monday.
It b seem the hottest week record-
ed io thirty yeam.
Any advertised dealer is authorized
to gaantee Banner Salve for tetter,
emgem, pies sprains cMalds, burns,
lees and any open or old sore. An-
tMemoqpely Drug tore. m
Mr. Bryan says he is not a candi-
date and has not one in mind. He
syseoodiltiosand measures on which
the next campaign will be fought will
deMerine the man. Mr. Bryan gen-
erally says the right thing at the
right time and in the right way.
One of the latest things to be made
of paper Is coffins. It has been dem-
emstrated that paper coffins are water-
prof, Afreproo and acid-proof, prae-
tieally ladestrctible. In their cheap-
eat form they are fifty per ent.cheap-
er than plain pine boxes, and again
they may be made as handsome as a
resswed elkO t
Jas. G. Ashert, of Dela, 0., writes
"I d an obstinate sore on my face
wibh everythi0 else failed to heal.
AAsr o application of Banner ialve
it bqsa to heal and after thtee apoli-
ealoms it was entire healed leaving
no sear. Anti-Mooopoly Drg Store.
m
iMdter Tatum, of the Miami Me.
treplis, writes an Interestin descrip-
tin of hisvisit to the haaAmerlea
EzpItUoa s a dedwmto the Na-
Usam-l trial An-ele- He ends
his artele as follows: l"edaa's ex-
blMt is splesd-dly lo c0att tlbe Hor-
ticulteal buliln and Is attracting
mohk attention. It is in charge of
Mesrs. T. M. Weir, of Tampa, and
Fred Pfelar, of Ocala, who are ably
aisted by Mr. Nolan, of Jackson-
ville. Hundreds of people linger dai-
ly at this exhibit to admire and gath-
er lanrmation about our fruits and
other products and to ask for printed
matter descriptive of Florida."


Every one is in danger who neglects
the warnings of declining health. The
warnings are not as startling as the aud-
de shriek cf a locomotive, but they are
just as ominoas. When the body begins
to lose in flesh,
when the cheek is
hollow and the
skin sallow it is
Nature's warning
I-that the body is
L_ failing of proper
nourishment. I t
is a condition of
"weak" stomach,
V and "weak" stom-
-' # ach soon involves
/- other organs. Dr.
A .Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery
cures diseases of
the stomach and
other organs of
digestion an.d nu-
trition, and cures
through the stom-
ach diseases seem-
Ingily emote. but which have their
origin in thu di-e.ise of the stomach and
il- al'il torg.ms.
Thlrtc is ui .1,,ohol in the" Discovery
and I: i- .1' .lutitly free from opium,
cWA'.uinc, .1n1,i ,il other narcotics.
1 I ,efore I c THe"-, cd tS o ut e youir W'O inly .' ne I
wa tn .4 Ih I..i.! !or rig'.t k.i I' and
C ...1 1! 14-iitf \1 l ie ?li^


invite to spend at least a week at the
Continental, and become loving and
lovable and forgetful of the cares of
a vexing world.
Two Ways of Loeking at the Same
Thing.
The Ocala Banner is in a position to
know that Henry M. Flagler does not
want to be senator from Florida. and
that he would refuse to be it if asked.
That puts an ebd to all the trouble.-
Tampa Herald.
Frank Harris, of the Ocala Banner,
seems to have lost his head entirely.
His latest break is an editorial, a
column in length, in which he at-
tempts to launch a senatorial boom
for Mr. Flagler. Perhaps the recent
oil discovery near Ocala has turned
his head-Palmetto News.
The Great Problem Solved.
Prof. Johnson, of the University of
Kansas, who has been conducting
mysterious experiments at Denver
for some time, has announced that be
has perfected a dieo-.'ery that will
make negroes white. He has tried
the plan on a dozen black men with
success He guarantees that his pro-
ceCs is so 'opllete that, when a ne.
gro has ibee) treated, it eattinot lt dle-


DR. TEAIELRD LIVRf N B STEP
|G QYawt t it. 25 WW. 50 Cquts


NWT mUS IT A TIm it

The press of Florida has not yet
quit berating the editor of this paper
for making the very innocent an-
nouncement that Mr. Henry M. Flag-
ler would not be & candidate for Uni-
ted States senator from this state-
that he came to Florida with no such
purpose in view.
The "roasts" the Ocala Banner has
received and is still receiving run all
along the kitchen calendar from "me-
dium," "medium-rare," to "well
done."
What is the meaning of this per-
formance?
From the utterances of the state
press one would judge the Ocala Ban-
ner had committed the unpardonable
act.
The secret is given away by the
Tampa Herald in the following little
item:
"Mr. Flagler can be elected-but it will
come high."
There! The milk is all let out of
the cocoanut!
Mr. Flagler is known as a man of
generous instincts and lmpu-e., and,
above all, a liberal giver, and the op.
portunity is gone gUimmering to make
his election "come high!" Hence
those reproaches and bitter tears!
The "oettimeetal."
This is another charming link to
the Plagler hotel system. It has all
the rich, luxurious appointments of
his other hotels along the East Coast
and the intention is to make it the
summer seashore resort for the
southern states.
Excursions are planned from the
different southern cities and it can
scarcely be long before its popularity
will become very great.
There is nothing comparable to it
from the Jersey to the Texas coast.
The site was selected with great
care. The beach at low tide is seven
or eight hundred feet wide and as
hard and smooth as an asphalt pave-
ment. The forty acres of ground is
being covered over with muck and
rich earth, and in a little while wil
be planted to grasses, vines, flowers,
shrubbery, and tropical plants of all
descriptions, and, with the rolling,
ratlese sea, and its ever-breaking
whiteMaps as a perpeeUve, and a vir-
gin palmetoto hamnamek in the back-
grounJ, will present a picture at once
charming, picturesque ad beautifl-.
one that will animate and Inspire the
brush of the palnater to rieber, more
gorgousand sbded col0 gs and the
pen of the poet to mre rapturous and
tranquil melody. "In the springtime
a young may's fancy lightly turns to.
love." At the Conotineatal it is always'
"*upeng e," and the octgoasatian
becomes youthful, and: the AUtmuuud-
Ingsad enviresnets tickle his fan-
cy to things lovely and lovable. The
bread, scored vandas, the cooling
brezses, the reftbhing surf bathing,
the eusismed lounges, the luxurious
beds, the uaeaeeled table, the parlor.
like kitehea, the dclock-like precision
with which the hotel is regulated, the
soft music islsuing from the orchestra,
and ihe fragrance of the salt atmos-
phere, soothe our better nature, swell
the springs of our happiness, and in-
vite to a heart -swelling chorus of
tranquility and love. The young
man and young maiden, married peo-
ple, old and young, one aud all, we


Jerry

Burnett


l"A UJ-MY m1AXs

8ash and Dors,

Farming Tools,


READY MIXED PAINTS, MTC


J. F. EDWARDS'


BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,


GsaineaviIle and Oaa.FUla


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FINZ WINES. WBIMKIU8 and B&A
My 2 oo Rye orurbon at..m ..............$1.75t My .4 G at.. ............... _
My 50 .... ................. 2.oo My 2. .6orth uCaroliaa at car as
My 3,00 ......... 2.56 My .5o .. M't'uDew.Cornat L
My 4.o ......................... 3 My 3.00. .
My aoo Ginat ..................... .. ............. 175 My o t. ....
My 2..o ................ ....... 2.00 My 4.oo00 ew anglad Ram at .
The Jug aid Keg Trade Made a Special Feature


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In sending your orders always send enough to cover the ccst ol ings. Ball-ganc use Mee
1-gallon jug. 15c;-Igallon jug.253-: 3-gallon jug. 35; kegs. $1.
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than say bouseIn PUkrida.hecause I gtvte nod.bee
A trial order wilt convince you that "we are the ." Termscab wittth or4et.
Vouanioto le e. F. EDWARD8.




WE EAT MEAT
To grow strong. t'nile., we- it .


i i/, 'i -There i- Tr.o -,tr, tili. iI ** nl'n mitat
'-it-,ad ,f givig. it tk, re-- t,,th
',iK~t div^tofdit t. It M...- rftl
i l:, 1.I pa 't : r .. 1 ,-o
hUyiiig Utti ?t "th 4 L' ) 4. I .


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Will Take Big M*O*Y t*' S9re for Oil.
Hon. L. F. McCall, of St. Peters-
burg, arrived last night after spending
a week in Ocala. He says there is a
good deal of interest in the posibili-
ties of an oil boom in that neighbor -d^_
hood, but after swh in VoUtlg oen asi iM
he sabletogiveIt ina purely in-
cidental way he does pot know what h i
conclusion to reach. Locally, opin-
ions are divided, and faith in the ex-; *se *f i
istence of oil is by no means univer- Og- -- I
sal. Some land has been bought byo ,itheliI
parties who believe the chances to be A I d
good, and options have been secured es Kii. I
b) other people. I -
The folks seem to be waiting the fla .
organization of a company with cap-
ital enough to bore three thousand
feet, which seems to be the depth to
which the best posted men think BA EIR SALW i. e ler.
it will be necessary to go.o leI
This will involve the outlay of For sale by Anti-MonopOly Drug tore
a good deal of money as a mere ez_-
p e r i m e n t .h e B s d a s o
It seems that in the flush days of
Orange groves somebody in that vicin-
ity had sunk a well one thousand feet Nine-
n search of flowing water, and that
party had struck a rook of mch h.ad- Tenths
Porn that ordinary drills would not
touch it, so the progress of the hole Of
was discontinued.
One chemist is credited with havg all the
made sixty analyses, in many of which eh
he found trace of oiL. It may be
mentioned that the Plant System
went down 1790 feet at the port, and Suffer
found nothing g but salt water. This
however proves nothing as to the ex from a
Istence of oil at greater depths and in
a locality a hundred miles distant.- Diseased BuW b 0ti T Im UT1L h
Tampa Herald. A as -M "Be... .
The lest Remedy For Stmaseh o Liver. t c ts.
sewel Trouble. Prepared by MA9S M. MA St L Lo. .
"I have been in the drug businesse- ------ NSss eM89
for twenty years and have sold most
all of the proprietary medicines of any For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Sore
note. Among the entire list I have ...
never found anything to equal Clham-
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe- A E DE LU
Remedy for all stomache and bowel
troubles," says O. W. Wakefield, ofr l
Columbus, Ga. -Ttus remedy cured i N1IV r h I1 A A"


two severe cases of cholera morbus In
my.family and I have recommended
and sold hundreds of bottles of it to
my customers to their en Utire s.atis
tiod. It affrds a quick and sure cure
in a pleasant form." For saleby
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
That is the SIe of It.
The Florida editors are abusing Ed-
itor Harris, of the Ocala Banner, be.
cause he announced that Henry M.
Flagler would not be a candidate for
the U. 8. senate from Florida.-Bruns.
wick Times.





The liability to disease is greatly
leseied when the blood is in good con-
dition, and the circulation healthy and
vigorous. For then all refuse matter
is promptly carried out of the system;
otherwise it would rapidly accumulate
-fermentation would take place, the
blood become polluted and the consti-
tution so weakened that a simple
malady might result seriously.
A healthy, active circulation means
good digestion and strong, healthy
nerves.
As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.
has no equal. It is the safest and best
remedy for old people and children
because it contains no minerals, but is
made exclusively of roots and herbs.
No other remedy so thoroughly and
effectually cleanses the blood of im-
d purities. Atthe
Same time it builds
s ,s up the weak and de-
bilitated, and reno-
S SS vates the entire sys-
tem. It cures permanently all manner
of blood and skin troubles.
Mr. B. m. Kelly, of Urbana, 0 writes:
"I had oas on my hands and face for
five years. It would break out in little
wh=ie uaflea, crusts would form and
off, len the kin red and inflam-
ed. The dootos did me no good. I used
Ua the modioated soe and es wit t
benefit. a. 8. 8. oured me, and my skin
im as clear and smooth as any one's."
XMrs. Henry Siegfried, of Cape Mar N.
., an.a ta wenty-one bottle of. 8. 8.
oard her of Canoer of the breast. Doo.
tors and rends thought her oase hope-
less.
RBohard T. Gardner, Plorence, 8. C.,
suffered for years with Boil. Two bot-
tles of S.8. e. put his blood in ood con-
dition and the Boils disap r
Send for our free book, and write
our physicians about your case.
Medical advice free.
THE SWiFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA.







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.3 N')TICE.
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<* U u uithig'bi FA4ter Frank N Z t 9 K1IMH GIVE THAT THE FOLLOWING PDaSCRItSD LANI
"M11 lfthel f II s aer,$ for tlhb Me9 day, the Fifth Day ef Augm t, A. D. 190
lY "M W be stake wuardi ng at :Ccala. Florida, in the county of Marion. or so much thereof as will be necessal
Mh M-ary N* VF r. Mr. Harria r m- Sa due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such alte
Ohm"1 tbh -t Shut he ha- b nru a po.
e -let.*. in the FIvloriipatt if t ime'
S h' s h the 1e4larity to e.i OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF LAND ) C
hbi- are11a44itta of mu-h puuislic
tw Letoas sm m a l4urage ellothes to ill ja ln. ..........Y......-. acri.-bonutled rn ,v Electric street by
-miattr| a kimdkl feii|| ,,f re ,. Main street. w by Spring street c by
a i .j o- r-' Seminary street Orange springs............
|i aIy -i*vs |w& 5hn* bo have taket. J I C .... ........ all of blk r 4 e of Spring street and s of
40d Main sit eet Orange Springs.........
*r *WS mtf tarshte asl **o,' I II <.li't ..................... 4 acres bounced n by Keby street w by J
"V4PsuIfteft in 1PW"U r I H .Monre .- by Dell street Orange Springs
S t t i r f e I H 'ohn. .. .......... ......... of o....... ..................... 36 I 23
0*4**1 ,f th i4a 'rs have ltwrn a t.- s H o: ............ .. of'w, ... ........... ... ............... 29.It 24
Sa COln. Mr. r ......................... el of neV, and swe4 of nel4 and w!' of
'se! of nwl, of nel, andti e' of ne' of
** thy s s..@ that hw l* a a.n*. -eh and !j of se,, ex 2 acres in a square
in Sw cotr of .se! of se: ...............3...... 0' 24
Otws I-mwblity. Mr. Harrs Isitvrtti J I" C, 't ........... w, of ne' and sc'e of se. and se of
sw aud nec, of sc' :es oi acres in
8"0d the fhmiiws and found thren sw cor and 2 acres n w cor to W H But-
Wth t datiot ami|ud ltbelahed ler and nwk4 of se. less5 acres to Miss'
A Bonhan ....... .. .................... 31 11 24
,tl..eoral that ff.-.t. Now. it if I st H' ..- ..... nwa and n : ofsw'i and n'2 of nel' and
wL. of se. and s acres in a sq form in ne
lowWeap it, r ther editawsl fralt-r cot of sw!' of sw,.......... .............32111 24
5 tn a r, Eastl r Halrr|is f ia.- N4ItC. PItr~,.n................. comn at a pt2., schsw of ne cor...............3a 201

'la g..ad. an ...a.l..ti. utu f................ fteue h h S.....I-
St d t t e f l Ha it l .... ..... ..... .... co at a pt 22 -och s of nw cor..... 3t12 20
ltfe *040to t* *( "Yv-rtj 1 to l1t. e< -if thelce C 4 4S chs e 4.54 chs to branch sw
with branch to po b....... ..............
"*'t*:ttall'.s,' |4ely Iet-au". hhe bhad Paid coin at a pt 0o.o2 chs w of n- cor of sw' .., 15 12 0
Ir dti4omnary sad olgid suwse- ti fior- thence w io.o2 chs s 26 94 chs e 1o o2 chs
11 2694 chs .............................................
vtr ~tI at t a rusor, that if snit ** I. Havn.- ..... ............. lot -2 sub ofsec 23 of Arredonda grant 23 1 o20'
1 i. Hav, ..................... lot ;5 sub of sec 23 of Arredonda grant...... 2a3 12 U
eltra.tt.-d. wlsid have given every M r- at Dupuis ................. con at necor of lot 2 fractional U S gov i
s e sautae.a is the Lst.e a survey......... ................... t.. 20
^n- ,.tlt as i tle ta a, thence s 16 5o chs s deg 5 min w 19.2S
p mseayamg. Mr "Fager say e l is chs n Sch se 19.25 chs toD ob
!Na T .I.Cooper ................................. lot4and .44 acreson w sideoflot 3fractl
at a W a M n.t aa t U ,S gr-V survey .. ....................4 .. 20
wa tue gi-ft .of t _e p _eople. sad ihlumphrey Chriopher .... ......... corn at se cor of nw,. ................. 25 12 20
theuo e w 5 4o chs o 13.1 chs c 2.23 chs .
ft oldbe a iMt-.ent gu.aranltee 3.16 c6hsbe3.ichss o chs ...............
R will v the andall Walker ...... .........con at se corof nw'/ of. nw .............. 25 a1220
SIM t othe r g-ewo will bare the; thence n 3.16 chs w 15. So cbhs 3.16 chs w
i I-* MUBi^W-. 1 4 2ochs s 7 chs e 2 clis n 7 chs..................
Im w dw ,M M i.I T L Cooper ....................comne t Mw cor of............................. ........ 251220
it is or opitb mthat Editor Harris thence a 13 6b chs e 13 67 chs n 3.6 chs e
6 33 ch 5cs o 52 2 c hss w ................
4a F 4Ba griat ad M Iating Bi sp vaughn ............. ................... n of nw1 .. 61220
MIr lb id ruaor pa Hall....... ......-...... of sw of sw and se% of sw. of sw ,6 .o1220
Good by isthebad a ru j F.3 Ragstale e....... ....... ...... e14 ofeof se of se% ex 2.5o chs e and
S~ h w MrsSepaa Hall .. ... eof e% .. ........a. 2712:2o
M I ia poliKiMtteal awm of the oa M ciuty .....................e ......................32 1220
teisa Micris ....... .... ............... se of e% of se 34 1220
Grant 6 Mickens ... ........ ne of ne of seld..... ....... 34 1220
--7-,W --- _-.. Willia W Mckins .................... co at se cor of nw'. of net........ ...... 341220
ins Sa thence w t3.66 chsn 3,16ch se 32 links n
5.73 chs e 13.34 chs sa.qo cha top o b......
MMu tammani hwh hees n retored amsie' Howell ............... nw. ofse ex 7o yds e and w by z4o ydsn
an_ aud sin necor..................... ...........3 12i20
it Htb WA -- t ipp 1.es by the Wu f O Mise A I. Lewis 1............... ......... e dof e1 5......... .1 ....- .- 220
( i-*'s Cq ReMedy. If Miss AL Lewis ............ w -. of w..... ..... 361220
W W Moon 420 e and w by to3-,7 ft n nd s in sw cor
If afte Wit A s i thlrot or lung of e 2-3 of w' ............................. 36 1220
ftoedee, I t trial for I is certain M Baem an. .. .. ... lots3and blk45 Mcntosh secs 6 and 1712,211
Mr, Dillie Euhanks ..................... lois 1 2345 and 6 of blk 21 Mclntosh ........
to n beIe utWh O(Mic thst Ihve' I ...... .............sees 16 and a7 12i'
e e.s_" -. -^ m -_ ,H lrlce ...-...................... ... lots 5s and 5S subdivision of ................ 17, 12 21
r Wa d her wt t r t Bertha I Walker ...... ..... o se ...................................... 261221
hItav e tyg. ti tbiBs remedy l per*.% M WPhillips .............................. wk of nw% of se or w of lot 7 and seX
I of swN' .............................. 12612 21
%4 h etith iMhb how t eftord. (a. Pt RK I Walker ...... ..... el of n iOfsei ore!z;ot lot 7 and sw% 61
ofsw' .or lot 12 ..........................26 12 21
hie* -v I hmyeluli. that the climate R it Wsalker ... .lot 13............................................ 27 12 21
of fheas hemlth resort. faleie to tiel- TB Warren ................. .corn at se cot of Thomas Clark grant I t221
thence n 40 deg 16 min e. 5' .57 chs s 40
*K, have weiw' prias arntLy lured ty dcg 30 mine -. S chs to sw cor cf said'
01 have S P iatl-cu" y. land thence s 40 deg 3o min e 4.S2 chs n
t .. For sale biy Auti-Monoly, a deg 6 min e 2S.40 chs n 4o deg 30 mini
S, w 5 chs s 4Q deg 26 min w to p o b varia-j
1 g o i tioun deg 42m in e.............. ...............
I- .. l..Ama tie ;attreau .... ...... 1t.59chs n and s by-4 95 chse nd w in se
no Y I dlStie-m t co, r .. i28221
Anna B Hopkinu .. ........... ......cornat apt6.45 chs w ofse cor.. ... 2 12 21
T tiW-imaviUr Sus sys that oil in- thence w t3 26 chs n z6.59 chs e i3;.-6 chsl
4dsstil hbeve bees dip.'overeitd u I K i Walker ...........c.................. el of ad ea' of sw', and sw of
A us m t s o We1... .... ... .. .1. 34 1221
Altss costy alost oe,ind all Be.has I Walker ................... wof nei and ne'4of se. and se of ;
41 -MW the C nl i-lo,^, at Ivt-r sw ................................................. 34 21
M Pbi..llip .w..........................w w oftsw' and nw' o s'e! .. .. 341221
amok g*o t; t a Ift pt week par-. R H Walker .............................. nw( of nes andnw'., of mel and se'4 of
an-, -. ... ...-..ri. .. over this f .. .! I.. ..... ....... .............. ........... 35 12 21;
i-AB *ne bB Afdl ovr uths se*BI Bertha I Walker ..................... se. of.ne and nej of se'. and swl of
t' so( ow comfy Imaking avestiga %e 1,35aita,21
S. .e..................... ... ................... .. ............. 35221,
.. .. n i....g o.... W.Phillips. ................e. of.nne adw of ne..................35
1M lokoa mm w bo ag to find Oa m M w rihiips .................... ..sw' of sw!4..............................36. 1221
Ine m k -n b t t m might lead to the dis- Rev J W Duke* ........... .............lots 22 23 41 and 42 Borland's sub of w ; of
Sat of swl, .................. ............. 33 12 22
flrv J H Collins ....... n' ofne, .................... 6 1234
the m1 lparts w 1 rA t t stronU s of- all hav 1h^ v- found a NJ Edwards _sw4 of se .......................................-. I5 1320
ell---wba 1 -Lil lieK., Anie and J J McMahanne of sw% ex 1.25 chs e ad w on w side. 16 13 20
had, the pamny of J. 1. Ruf, two LillieH Annie and J JMcMahaunn 3-4 ofn of ne'........ a. 211320
Renty Sprinkle .-.-- ....... .. sof swt of uw ...... ......... ....... 25 13 20
*s4 a hK maim n otb of town. The RemySpnkle ....... ._ ;ern of el e......................................... 261320
ly I the a l at a -Mrs oDeMere ........................... of ne o s o nw and s of swo
reag a Mr. Rftm's plam A nut-. Irs Iv DeMee nwr of ee-................... ... .......... 33 :320
Bertha I Walker .......................... nw' ofunw ....................1.3.2...... I 1 t3
her of pertias hve visted this place W Phillip ............ swi of nw......................................... i 13 2i
iHt^ 5**P a R H Waker ....................... new o nui/ an.i nen4 of nw1, and nw of
es-vtre that t. disvw erV of oil M.e and nw', ot swld............. ........ 2 13 21
Bertha I Walker................ nw-4 of ne1 and ne!i ofswg and nw4 ofl
iMher sa bet said nuit a theory. Johu nwi and ne! of se'.............. 21321
.rmm fr a Oeasla, -Hd E. K. Yeltn, BPHu ............a...... ... omtapt 15.-.4 chs w ofne cor of sci of i
t ity. ih* *eled *n option nse s....... ......E...... ...........13
o this jweprrty. chseS32chsn lochstopo b ..........i
great mamy optiom' have been ~ RH 11alker ....................... nw' ofw4 andne) ofonek and n 34
A et y option havw e sw' of ne. .....................3 1 21
e. pr rt iy ,his stio. W Ph'illip ..................se' of ne and s 3-4 of e of nw i 13 *In
BerthaI tslke.r .......... nwk of ne' asnd ne', of se'. and sw' of
uirfaw ladi ~s s ari ve'ry ducidedl nwij ex to links n and son side of sw',
deNB4 m btG eXtdO hRinmana ...... ............ corn ata pt 5chs e of nw cor of sw' ......... 6 3 2:
Ure ravew ,tlom of country north and thence s 2ochs w is chs n 2o chs e 15 chs
to p o b .........................................
eas4 of lvelrum-. t'nknown ..., ... ..... ... .corn at a pt 20 ft n of a pt S -, chs w of se
---- corof nwl .... ......................... 61321
NTAtk of ONtHIO. tITY iF frol.iIMo, thence n 5.50 chbs w ? : ch-s s ;:5t. chs e
I **A i S.9-*'. chs to p o b ................ ..........
l*' APV o' 'NTh i Mim AL Lewis corn at a pt 23.70-o chs s ofnw cor......... ,' 13 21
F'LANK J. CHKXVll makes o:tth that I thence s 16.o0 chs e 5 chs n 3.-. chs e i; '3
er the fir f chsn 2.6, chs e It7. chs n :o.33 chs w'
he to tkhe sior p tUter of the tinu of 4o.iochs to pob ........... ......


.F lJ. fHE v & 'o., donla business in c. 0 tRinuman .............o. ......... nw of ne ne......... 71321
Or. J. ('KKN... Co., doing b.tli.e.in,
SGeo Shelton ......................con at a pt 35S ft e of nw car of ne' of!
the (tty of Toledo. county and state sw ............ ......................... 91321
il 9e thence e 42o fts 110 ot w4:o ft n Co ft to
i ad id irm will pay the pob ... ....................
gem .4 ONE H'.XH DRED DOLLARS I c Douglas ...... .......... n of se ............. .............. .................. 1 T
RC DouglAvzs........................... nl= of se' for :-9 ........................ ...121. ; 321
fir e.-h and every ca of Catarrh ik C Douglass.. ........... ........... n'- of se, for I9,.................................12 13 2t
Miss. A L Lewi ...................... ne, ot swf and sw., cf s 4.. ................. 14 13 21
that unot Ie C redby the ue ofW D Bo1tht ...... ......... lots 2 and blk i Benedict Heights ..... 13 21
t &KIH RL 'ex s;ydscandwhbyi -ydsnands;in ne
H |.l "-( TARRH CI' cor of lot 3 ... ................. .......
FIAt NK J. 'CHENEY. Anna B lopkins .................. corn at sw cor of Stephen Fernandez grant 13 2i
Islw. ad. thenuce s 44 deg 4 min e C2:..:7 chs n .,;
t*,,ru lto t*wfor mne and ubacribed deg30o min e 54~, ch< n 44 deg 46 min w
thiss tthl lay of De- !4 so chs to w bdy of said grant thence s
l g *iy *T r deg 3;o min w s.- ,-hs to-. o .............
,itwr. A. D. lsi. MrI Claude H Wright ........... co:u at a pt 2N 32 chs s "s deg 33 mmn w
Irclu iaw cor of Stephen Fernandez
grant .... .......................... ....... 13 21
.l|. .. ( l.-E(.N, thence s. 4 deg .-, onin e 3;-.40 chs 45 deg
i -- Notary Puitli,.. ;.. nitui w 5;;232 Cis sni t. deg eg min w i.59w
S- t* chs n .-,, de 30; nmn e4) :!-chs topo b.....
Hall'* t'etaTdh I urn i taken laIter- Mr- C:audit i Wtri-ht .. ......... coin at a pt '5.-4 chs in : deg -.o m.n e front
mail) al *'lSts dire.tly tos the ll !'d sw cor of Stephen Fernandtz gant .......... 1321
I 0 ,uo*u. s"urftf*f- iof the ytenl. then.e i deg min e -2 chS s 44
degt ;iUi'U e I-.io chs 5 d2 g ;, min it w
42.?J fo-r ofilNolilC., r-..* 22' ochs n .'- desr 4 it m w :2.:.' chs to t
F.1 J .< H" E N A & Toie, 0 .. i ..................... ............................
W 84401,1ked y t rUct -i I .A. I1. w i- ......... .. ... ...... u w oft% ................. 2-4 13 t21
-" --t :aw ............ ... ......... C in tat 1 a pt i 20 clS of :t t.c r of w -. 20 1 2;1
-- theicew 4 ,chs n 1.4"1, :;-w :: ch- s 370-
LAoS t09 g 90 "afer. chsw 1.-~ chs ch -w 3 :- ch- s- 3
chse t" 7 ch, 2.;ch -t ::* ChN i.)
I. re.lirne ng his ,ul 'prilption to the Ch %to no 1 .. ...........................
Cha k- ...W H. (:t- ................... sw: of nw ..o........ ............ ..;o 13 21
tre ts llat atttr. e'a. '. t r I jkt- .. ........ ........ ..... -e', of liw', ......... ........... .............. 53 1 21
paid. N F' ll ti1. I -N .Mr1 F I Hall .......... ........ t. ex -. ch Sq in nw cr 2f ut' of f e'
..1111 _aC 1 'n dd ,2 --O ch-l n aId on Ii.!e sf nw'
" '0 i! riad iti uni.r with great f ............ ......... .. 23 13 22
-Ik ,l Ci:vi l- ... .... ....... !tHt 2 o :lk arr ......... .... scs; 2' anid 2 13 22
,t.re~-. amltd ,.,itgratula*te 'OtW itl V Gral:ham ........... lot-: .'z ant( l.-, I:2 ..- acre- in tw cor and
i. .itall. >C ti lh. litl> ih i ral ti. .f H .,".. acre.- to catch andl -cho,.................. 23
..........o ...... ....... ... .... .... .. .. ........... 2
Sh -e jnl -r s i :iil k e 'itl lhe iit.it" t t i: .............................. e o! .f auo "I' ; Vt. Ow ................ "132.
C -I t a. t p:. l .. .' ........Co .... ........ 13..2
1AtiA ft ft I It- 4!2.i t !l tcllc t d Vl-1- it
M 1. M C at I W ttie 1.-.,k, 1c r


S SI.*.* Y".r .S *B l. i ;r r.-..- .. .... .. ... .... ... ......... .. ............... 1
S e es T ears si t B ed.h,-. ." l i .......... ...............
1*)t l I i lt ii I(. '.I ":k, ..... ... ... ,: .... ......... ............. ... '
.. ... .. l.. ; I .. ......... .. 4;: 1 3 2.1


l i,..'l ,. .I- li .* s' ... ..t.r t K.r tt .. ...................
.I. .. il.: .- Lt l ... ... ... ... ......... .ll W .. ... .... ... ... .t 1 ..
,. ... ...l".l .V .- ... ..l ... .. .i. ** F ; K : : ..... :n i n .7 .. ...... I. 2
Vn !;lt, u WX...... ............. 4 2


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W D Dawkins .......................... lot l und i-3 int blk49 os Ocala
Unknown .......... ...... ..... lot i und :- int blk 49 os Ocala............ 364
Win Lumpkin .............. n... oflot I bIk 19 sn s Ocala......................a 84
Sallie High ........ ................. s'o of lot 2 bk. 1 n s s Ocala 45
John W Dukes......................... n of lot 3 b:k 19 n ss Orla ........ 43
Unknown ........................ s' of lot 4 blk 19 n s sOcala ........ 44
NM Allred etal ............... hotel blk blk i n s n Ocala 337
NM Allred et al ... ............. hotel blk blk ii for 1899 n sn Ocala ........ 3 37
Unknown ................. .......... .allof ex 130 fin ands by 112 ft eand w in
ne cor of blk B Dunn's central ad Ocala... 6 74
C W \Vil.ard .................. ..... 139' ft eand wby 112 ft n andas in se cor
of lot s Caldwei's ad Ocala................... i 35
Mrs P IMcIntyre .............. w% of lot t2 Caldwell's ad Ocala................. 24 49
Mrs Mattie Dunn ..... .. ...... all of lot 16 Caldwell's ad Ocala....... ......... 6 44
C M Living-ton ........... e... ex 6o tt n and s on n side of lot 23 Cald-
well's ad Oca!a .........................-- 5 74
W K Zew --ki.......................... 70 ft e and w by .,fft n and sin nw cor of
lot 29 Caldwrll'- ad Ocal' 14 72
RE I.:i'.,-v.......................... ... w 1-3of wI of lot ,o Caldwell'sad Ocala... 4 44
J I.viu;~-ton Jr .................... 105 nt sq in ne cor uf w;, of lot 31 Cald-
well's ad Ocala...... ......................... 73
T 1 I -Lviaa -'on Sr ............. e1_ of lot 31 Caldwell's ad Ocala 3 37
.Mr- Re,='ccz- Davi.. .......... corn at a pt 2:o0 it w ofsw cor of lt 4oCald-
well's ad Ocala thence w 75 It n z31 ft e
;5 ft s 23. ft to po b 734
k: :: ............................... corn at sw cor ot lot 42 Caldwell'. ad Ocala
thence n: i' ft e ; o ft i 5o it e o5 tt s 231
ft w I75 ft to p ob................ .......... .t oS
Unknown u ......... ... ...... corn at nw c,-r of lot 43 Caldwell's ad Ocala 0
tbence e 114', It s 151 ft e 1 4% ft s S2 ft w
229ft n 233tt to pob......... ............1103
Cl.- W'-: '............................ w ex 150o it e and w by S7 2-3 ft n and s int
nw cor of lit 4- Caldwell's ad Ocala....... A 68
M.1ry K :: ........................ lots I and 2 Reardon's middletown lots
Caldwell'V ad Ocala....... 2070
Mr- A:l r "Teanue .st w. of lot =2 Ca'dweil's ad Ocala ............ 40 35
John.-ti K.::yo.: ......................... lot 5 f H Bufflu:n'. subof lot 55 and e,^ of
lot st; Cldwetll' ad Ocala .. i 774
F W\V .,:- .............. ...... lots 3 and r o: 1,lk T M Rickard'% W N Jackson lands Calcwell's ad Ocala 75
Mr I. N ,:.. ......... ....... ... lot N Caldwcli's -ub of .-w part of Alvarez ,
grant....... ....... .............................. .... I; 22 to 30 67
1M.- K:1te Orr ......... ...... lt P CaldwelU .o, t sw part of Alvarez
grant. .......... ... ... ................... 4 74
j v c .. : ............................... -n at nw cor r '.. m ith and Dough-
erty sa I- id '.:> e.hc-ncc e .0o ft 0 it f : i
w o () t n :2 :t t : ) o b.............. 7 04
C .. .' .::r-: ,:i ............. w 7: of itt2 Du;ia 1 nw ad to Ocala................ 2 45
C :.. ......... .......... all of 'ot Dunn nv a to Ocala........... i 24S
\ l" .:: .... .. .. all of ex I ft n a;d -- by 232.;3-Io it e and w
in nw cor '.k -. tt',.trvey Ocala........ 2 75
vi- ... all ot 1.At -. a(;arv a:. to Ocala......... .. 8 43
\\ .................... el. aid -w ot .' an:l lt l 2 and corm .t
A;w cor of ;rt -. y's ad to Ocaa
th : ..- ::; ; ;"t ) 15: t w 'o It n 7
: : ft b ............ .... ...... 7 .4
S ................... lo- 1 r. ars adto Ocala. 5
JI 'A : ..........................n i of; < ui bN.k V Alired's adto Ocala. 715 22 129
" i. T. '- .............. .. .. !ut I ,i i,; \v -" l-. ld <( cala...... .......... 65
w i ...... .. ................. I.- 4 and k -iver Spings P.rk 79
".'...i ,': ............. ................. lot 22 b!k l 4- i'ver .p iiigs Park ......... 63


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~I OWNIX DSCRI Or L&TOI."n 1 19 1

Ar., Aumea Scarborough....... com at a pt 163i- yd w of 11 ccr of nw 1,27 14 24
e thence w i7yds s a0ydse II7ydsn ao ,
.. yds top o b............. ....... ...... i I
Mrs Amelia Scarborongh .... 14 chs e and w by 7 45 chs'n and a in se cor
of nw'4 of nw ............................. 27 1422, 10.41 9
C Brin-on ..................... ...... that partof n of lot 12 on side of Sand- 5
land branch... .......... .....12 1423 15 2 43
JohnD lison...................... e4 o1ot 4 of b!k ;Paradise .. .1423 5 a2
M rs T 'ebster .. ...................... ne of uwy ......:.......... ... .... ... .. 34 14 2 40 1 tSo
H 51 Mors .............................. 15 chs c and w by c chs n and s in ne c'ar
of lot 9....................... .. ............. I 14 34 15 1 42
Unknown .......................lot s9 oub of ne',.. ............... 14 24 63
Miss Mary McAlpin................... lot 2osubofneY ................ S 14 24 5 79
Unknown ................ .. ...... lot 21 sub of ne. ................ aS 4 24 5 63
2 Hugh tanaland ......... ............. sw% and s% of se' and ne% of nw......- 33 14 24 2o 5 is
NH Trowell ........................ se/4 of .......... 221436 .10 146
2C 4 Long...................................... 139 1-3 yds n hands by 348 2 3yds e andw in
, ne cor of sw,/ ....... .. 26 14 26 10 9 o
Patrick nmith estof ................... n of e ......... ... ........... 7 14 26 o 2 13
R Long S.r ............................ s', of ne% and e* ot nw* ex 23oyds e andd
w by no yds n and s in sw cor of s% of
neS'4 and 3 acres to church and school.... '27 i4 26 147 5 o(
Joseph A Markham ...... n 4 of sw 4 and s,. of ne, of sw ........ 14 15 iS
e of se%...... 115,1 14o0 4 45
o nknow. ....... ......... e. of sw% ....... ................ ....... 2 .. IS o 3 f
Ihillis< Large...... ..... ............... e%' of e,' ezx com at a pt 418 ft s of uw cor 15 19
thence e418 It 2oet 243 fts 104% ft e
45oft s4oo fttopob......................-- 51.58 441
Geo 0 Turner .......... sw', of nw% of nw!' and n,6 of nw' of .
nk ako n .. ..nw.w .......................... .. ......... ...... 131519 30 1 42
known ........... .............. nw .. ..... !26 15 19 101.o6 .4 48
Harris Blackman ...................... sw of nw' and n!- of se% of nw'i and
Sofs3 4of nw .. ...... S. 20 o 70 411
H Blackman also Susan Robinson s'4 ot sw% of seo of nw%.-................... .. S o 4 20
Harris Blackman ............ n ofsw of se of nw ..................... S 20 5
Minnie Brooks ...... .. ........... e%- ofse' of seV, and nw'4 of se .....S.. 15 20 6o 6
Unknown .......... se of ne, o 15o2 40 iSo
C C Barco .......... nw of ne ....... .............. ..... ................ 15 20 o o
Unknown ......... .... ........... w. % of ne% ......... ............ 15 20 79.33: 4
Unknown ....................... sw.. of nc ...................... ..... .1 i 0 1 a 2 3
Henry Adams ........... ............... e1 of nw' ex6 32 chssq in sw cotr........... 9 1521 7b i 97
Mrs Lczora A Brass ............ n% ofse,4 ofses of se 13 15 21 5 1 9
J 1I McDuffv..................................... s' of neyex lots to 0o incl of bik 250, I
West End Ocala.... 214 1521 7S 67 4 11
Unknown ...... .......... .... 10 ft sq in nw cor ... 7 1522 63
W T Gary ............... .......... 24.95chs n and s b 2ochs e and w in ne
cor ofse% of Alvarez grant 15 2 -49.9o 3 7
W T Gary ........................ ........ corn at a pt 3o chs w ofse cor of Alvarez
grant ... .......................... .. ..... 15 22
thence n 24.97 chs w so chs a 24.97 cha e o1
chstopob................................... 4.97 a 7
ST Gary .................................... co ata pt 4ochsw of se cor of Alvarez
grant...... .................. 5 22
thence n 39o tt w 96o0 ft a 39o0 ft e 6oft to
pob 29.40 367
WTGay .. .. sw of aeg andneg ofaw ................ a: 5 a 22 o 2 47
I. Rifeubtrg ........... com at a pt 115s chs a ad ochs w of ne cor o
of Sanches grant... ........ ....... 15 22
thence s 6 chsbw 2ochs n 6cbs e 2ochs to
.lpob ..... ........... -b 12 471
illie O Booher ........................... corn at pt 121 achs s and 3o chs w of nec or
of Sachez grant ........... 15 2
Sthence s 4 cha w 2o ch n 4 chs o chs to
p o b .................... .... ................. 471
H Howard ................................ sw of .............. 12,15 23 40 29
TGary w........................ ....... sw of sw .4......... .........- .......b.......... I i 23' 40o I9
W T Gary ...................... .......... se and se o ne ......... ............. 2- 23 200 549
W TGary.......... ......... .. ne ofse ...... ................................ 28 15 23' 39.9 a 1
Hester A Cribbs ............... .......... i acre in s. cot.............. ............. .... 1524 i 63
Hester A Cribbs ..... ....... s% of swY ex 5 acres in nw cor for church' 9 51 24 75 2w
LMarlow ........se ......... teofse .... ....... i:0 1524. 40.& I
John W Holly ..................e. ofswi and nw!, of.tsel ex z:5 yds e:
and w one side ot nw' of ?se',........... 14 15 24 104.10 3 o0
Hester A Cribbs ....................... nw, of nw ........................ .... 15 24
Aue3 of ne%'......................... ........... 16 15 24 o : 243
Alen B ort ........... Sw of ............. ........ ......... 20 1524 40 1 46
Geo Mackay ........................ that part of ne% of aw4 of Blue /Srings.
run............ ........................'25 161 10 964
F J Titcomb & T W Hloo,! trustees lot 365 Dunnellon...... .......... .... 35 in S 1 43
Mrs Alice Griggs..................... lots 5%9 and 560 Dunnellon ............ 35 6 ; 6 1a
T l, Wilson ..... lot 1312 Dunnellon...... ... ..............- 1t6 iS 3 2
Unknown ......... ............. corn at apt on Blue Springssun 250 fl o ofa I
street 60 ft wide running e and w divid-j
ing equally the set of swn.... ....... ---S 6 19
thence n too ft w to street e of S SO 0 G!
R bi. 100 ft eto pob .................... ., i 501
known ....................... o nc and .; ofse ...... ......... c 1i6 19. 120 4
Unknown ......... ..... ...... sw% of sw'!/........ ......... ........ ....... .6 .0 i
Geo N Dorr ............ .... .... ........... ....... .... ....... 2 16 9 6o i 633
L, LAkins ...... ................. :1, of nw and *,sw of nw4 ........ '1 :620o o 2 4 5
Mrs C T Culverhouse .......... sw ............. .. ............ .. 32. 62 'o I 3 1
Mr., C T (ulverhouse ................ sw' of se/... .... ..... ... .................. 2 i' 20 4o 1
C Horun-rger ............. ... n%" of nw' of nw, ......................... ..4 It 2 19 42 i 12
Geo H Ford ................................ lots 7 and 13 Brown and Dial's sub of C dei
Jesus Hijuelas grant tps .... 15 and' 1622 4o 4 I1
Mrs Ania R Ricdardscu...........n.... of n!.: of lot i sub of G S Brown paace C!
de Jesus Hijuelos grant ....... tps i and' 16 22 2 5 4 11
W T Gary ........... ................ w of ne,................ ... ............ 21 22 40
C G i.. ....... w of se/ ....... ...... ........... 21 1 351
Joseph Lucius ............... ofsw and nw of sw ......... .261622 2.) 548
IUnknown .................................. n% ot sey and sw% of se audse of KW, 2:818.24 6o 3 14
Mrs Fannie Morrison ....... sw$ of sc' and se1, ofsw J less of an ;
acr, ........ .................... ... 14 1719 79 w 243
known ................... se of.e andn-of ........... ...... 3 297
ARBrooks ............. eofse% andnw .f se .... ...... 7120' 38
Gco W Turner......................nwX ofnw o..sw........... ... ..... ........... 9 1720 i 12
Geo O Turner ..... sw% of se. .. .. ... 17 17,20 4 1 29
SWLayton ........................... w fnw of and se ofw of se%' Ia
a and be3 of uwA ot ne ............ ;17 120, 40 i 16
Mrs Lozora A Brass ............. s of ne% and uck of se% and ne of, '7
nwg ot fe a'/$17 172 130o 663
W W Layton .......j ............. .w of s ...... ......... 1 20 40
Geo O turner ...7...40,of-
wGeoi a rn................... n. of pe. ....................... ...201720, .15, 97
WJ Milam.... .... ................... e of ne ..................................-.. 21 1720 40.o, l 23
WH Johnson ............................ lot 4 5 and sA of lot 3 Evan's sub of e% of
sex ....... ....................... 1311722 27.6 1 176
Joe R Iavi ................................ n% of se% ....... ............ ..............:. 5 i 22 .
W HBJohnson ............................ ofse% of sw, of ue................ ... 722 g6
L B Branch .......... ...... s of sea .... ........... 417!22
Archiba aud Ric.iardson .....-.. in sw cor of lot 9........... ....... ..... 12 27 23,
i ex corn 4 a2 chs w of me cor of lot o ...-.{12.7-2-
thencen 344degw 1a.83chss 5deg 35 '.
mn w7chs i dege6sbchae 13chs....j q S 303
Clarence K Taylor ............ corn at a pt25 links w of ne cor of ot...... a25!,-23
thencew 385-:achss12chse 3.48 51a I "
cbsn 12chs to pob....................... 4.17 5
Mary E Norwood ............. corn at a pt 20 chs n of secor of lot a..... j25'iz7 23 ,1
theucew it i chs n 4 5ochse z.x2 chs s .
a.50 chstopo b.. ........' 807
Mary v N rwood .................. e' of e'/ of s','^ of lot 3...... '25 '7 23 lo 1 I *
Unknown ....... ................. 3i.1 rOdse anu w by s6roasn ands in nw I o s
corofse'4 ............--'2o723 it 9,
LB Branch........ ....... n ofsw ...........of...... .................... .. 30 i7 0 44
Unknown .. ......... .... lots 115 and 16; Weir Park.................. 4 17,4i 1i .o; 79
W T Gary .................................... s of lot 1 ...... .. ... ...... .. ....... 5 Ity 4 19-771 9u
MrTs Annie C Forcer ..................... comatapt a2.76 chsn of a pt S.5ScS ehs e of
rw cor ...... ................ ... 672
thence sS deg 3 miite 10 eo s to Lak 6 .24
Weir n 54deg e 4 chs n 53 deg 4.4ochra j
29 deg 30 miu w 9 64 chs 54 deg e 8 chs I
topo b... ..... .. ...... 9.74 6 99
U'nknowa ............................... lots 2 and 3 o0! blk 9 Stanton 1.... 27 4; .3 i 9
Unknown .......... ............... nh of nu ofswk of ne ......... ai 17'24 i o
Mrs Sallie Davenport ............... et of nw'4 of sei. of sw ..................... 22z1724 I
Unknnwn .............. ........ s ot nw' and n. ofsw6 ex 2 acres........ 31 27 24 I- 5 49
Mrs AS Martin .................... lots sand 3fn blk 32 o s Ocala........... i 6 1. 4
JD McDuffy ........................ allofex 124 ft sq i nw cor ofblk 34 o-s
Ocala................ .....2070
Mattic I) Duffy .............. e4 of lot a of blk 3S o s Ocala........... 44
Unknown .............. nU of fractional blk 40 os Ocala .......... 41
Adeline C Harter ......... ........a of bik 41o s Ocala........ ......... ... 40











1Wa 8V CCLEBRATC.

(Cousmtd from tdrd ptge.)

!(h I know Is written on every
p of th world's history. Vegeta-
Osn sprto up and decays. Nations
peare and il. The tars o: heaven
shiee ad disappear, and man him-
se eeated Ina the Immage of his
h, yet weak and mortal, lies
dewn sI death.
Stgeat r wt les never change
a e. The fSm In whit h they ex-
WM tbMak and pera, but. like
e mbMMM su, whle te body
em es t dus, truth rism emplead-
M esM pavw of her deat and
pb e amwjies ain every pbase of
kb eMlMsM ft, too, with the gMat
dnl et of ty, thogh they
deq r e-mesI, yet la the illness
eof MI they came forth agaln to
Mim miS ad, mting for a while on
eo dshesof the Mediterranean, then
heweM d Isr entriss over the British
iAes, benathig the breath of life into
the great charter of English liberty.
wrm.g by the patriots of that land
from the hand. of tyranny and op-

Although the people did not even
is them days rise to the full statue of
free men, nor comprehend the mean.
iog of liberty in its grandest sense, we
severthbless in that early period
match more than glimpses of that pu-
rer light which was to burst forth 64N)
years later on the shores of North
America. Class distinctions, it is
trU were not only recognized but
*rovided for in that great charter of
Eglish liberty, and kings were still
permitted to tyrannize over the peo-
ple. But among others two great
ghts were established-the privilege
of trial by Jury, as it exists today. and
the right to the writ of habeas cor-

This, ladeed, was a great stride in
Ow diretiom of freedom, but it did
set rseah half way up the mountain
dte of hmesa prepems and civilia-
M1a. The Britain understood the ima-
pesao eof a trial bya Jury of one's
pmn, %a te advantage of the writ
f habeas ears, in order that he
mkt be released from Illegal re-
aMnt; bt th all men were created
equal beee the law, that among the
mMeobi. rights with which man-
bind was endowed by his Creator,
Sthaem of life, liberty and the pur-
sut eof happianes; that to secure
se rights governments were formed
msessivig their Jest powers from the
ensmet of the governed, and that the
people themselves should control
their own poitcal destinies, were
truthb that either the Jew nor the
Omk, wr the ltoman, nor the Anglo
Ntaoa bad reallsed.
The Jew, though competent, per.
haps, did not drink deep at the foun-
main of liberty. His reliance when
Ote terms came and beat upon him
was et upon himself, but upon the
dirt inaterpoitiou of Jehovah. The
wre..k lan his clawic home. consumed
with pride and luxury, with his head
amean the stars, and his cup full of
glory for hundreds of years, neglected
opportunities. ustil the tree of lib-
wty. which had never in that land
orn aIts sweetest fruits, wa shattered
ty the selnfh and ama'itious tyrant.
awl had fallen tI grow and f1.urish
v, nsw 'neath Gr,,*iau akies..
The. Rlontt. con;ciou* of hii pow--
pr. kved li erty f,r himwelf Uut de-
*-iad it ,n o'uher'. He wasted lis
,eeri-, ii, otiqufritig alien lpeopies,
abt sappedl the foundation of his
l.oer in exte.dig his territory, and
kI an utaholy lrt tl, carry the K,-
ajan ea4le to as. ration. and laidi.


He ,dtlw,' at.,;t th* p rol ptings of"
aniltilion aA 1. i.s(tit 't of greed
until hlip mtral b+r-eptin,, bluute-.
t'y waur atni t.i:,ut. nd hii eter-
nal vigila,,-4-tle price of Ibt-nrcy-
w kntk ed byl thl f^I'.it- ', f I'! victo-
riw amid th** rat-l, ur of ; expand-
ing domUtinl, Aeput.i,'Iaut goverumetit
**il an ha-)y |r t, t- ltie intperialistic
"qtUtin-,nt, w !:'. ts- unf:frtunately
Ui, lteW i1i. t I'.. n -vt-rv % !An'!, a'd
atlioiv e very !v-t I Ie.
The A ti1' IX '. 1ift. 1.:- onie '1n
tie ~haire. t the l- !t '.,- % ith ttie prit;-
r plIt At tr of his nature. lvenl tlhe stars
which guided I,,. f;t.atei. and the
very wind whi.'h waf:te lhis, bark to
the British I'--- ~emed to, sing to
hiai in the swret~et strains of liberty.
Kgt lie was not altogether free, nor
Jid he bring to tle Btiton a message
*4 freedom. He came as. counueror
nde-r a ruler to whom lie owed obe-
dience. while the Norm'n brought
e feudal system and placed a for.
sign yoke upon his shoulders as he
bad done upon thowe of the unwilling





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Briton, and there it has remained
through the centuries, while he, true
to his instincts, and as if in mockery
of his fate bas, as an individual, been
the champion of the free everywhere,
has planted the gem of liberty under
every sun and builded monuments to
freedom in every land and lime. No
wonder that the Anglo Saxon, with
the power of royalty ever hedging
him about, acd while he has owed
fealty to that government on whose
territory-extended at the point of
the bayonet sad the cannon's
mouth-the sun never sets, could not,
and can not, even today, at the dawn
of the twentieth century, appreciate
and understand the sublime truths
that all men are born free and equal
before the law, and that no Just pow-
er of government can be exerelted
except by the consent of the gov-
erned.
What might have happened If
these grand truths had been earlier
discerned by the human race? If they
had been only appreciated by the
Greek and the Roman, by the French,
the Spaniard and the Anglo Saxon,
centuries of oppression and wrong, of
tyranny and bloodshed, of humiliation
and sorrow might have been avoided.
But the ages came and went, and
not until the Spaniard had hailed the
beautiful "Land of Flowers", not un-
til the Pilgrim Fathers had braved the
dangers of the deep to people New
England; in truth, not until after the
whole Atlantic coast. from Boston to
Savannah, had been settled by the op.
pressed of all lands, did these grand
truths burst upon the mental vision
of mankind. But even here on Amer-
ican soil they were not plants of vol.
untary growth. It required the
strong arm of despotic power, the iron
hand of oppression, to develop the
flower and the fruit of the tree of lib-
erty; it required the perfidy of a
British king, and the wrongs of abso-
lutism and tyranny to fan the spark of
liberty brought to America from
European shores into that brilliant
light which flashed its rays around the
globe, kindling the fires of hope wher-
ever the clouds of despotism had
gathered.
But, as grand as these results were,
they were not all that flowed from the
declaration of these immortal truths,
for out of devastation and blood, out


of seven long years of civil war, In
which the votaries of liberty had
fought for the principles of liberty and
the very existence of their homes and
firesides, with a desperation and a
valor the world has never witnessed,
came that republic, the marvel of all
ages and the hope of the down-trod-
den and the oppressed wherever the
tyrant's heel has been felt or the hand
of man has been raised against the
liberties of his fellows.
For more than a hundred years it
has stood among the nations of the
earth, towering far above them all in
the excellence of its institutions, the
grandeur of its powers, and !he t. ,t:-
velous nature of its growth.
What nation can i,,;or .:, i'-'itu-
tions founded as are <,ur-. .-"*, t) e
inalienable rights of uau. a.:. i he
structure till recently rt l-.-. il the
character of the fouidatit rii upton
which it rested? What nation neathh
the wide circle of the sun t;s .. I"Ies
thi-s in najestie power, whlt-' the
arts of peeae, and of :u!l l.;t ..ke a
people happier anl th-ir i *' .
lighter, or whether in the w .,i;..-: ,f
relentless war agaiunt the e:; ui of
its t!g?
But, again, what otu;'try, wI their
kingdom. empire or r.hputl,., has
shown the growth that Aumer;,i ,as
shown? What coutitty has ever
plaute.d the t!ig of 'ivil :ition as high
upon the mountain peaks of human
urrogrte* as did the American people
during the century which has just de-
parted to take its place amonu the
azes that have goe? None, no. not
o0ie. Inu all the ctvilization of the
pa.,t or present: in all the centuries
that have come and gone; in all the
eras of ma:!'s advai;.etnene t i ili.:it.on first dawned till now, rino
land, or country. or people has made
such progress along every line cf hu-
mau thought and action, in every de-
partment of art and industry as have
America and her people. None have
eclipsed her in invention; none in
application of steam and electricity,
of air and water, and all the elements
of nature to the uses and bettermeuta
of man.
And why is all this true? Why
does this republic stand today the
wonder of all the nations in growth,
in development and in power? It is
because of the principles enunciated
in that immortal declaration sent
forth to the world 125 years ago today
from Independence Hall in Philadel-
phia.
It has not been .alone the fertility of
of our soil, the grandeur of our seen-
ery, the richness of our mines, nor


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penned by Jefferso and defended by
Washington, were written into the
constitution, which Amerieans confi-
dently hoped followed the flag wher-
ever it went, on a national mission or
whether It waved over states or terri-
tories or the territory of the republic.
Theseare the true reasons for the
glories of the past and the grandeur of
the present, but what, my friends, of
the future? Would that we, standing
here today on the threshold of a new
century, and looking across the years,
could see our republic pursuing the
same lines of progreems and develop-
ment whieh she followed during the
century that has gone; that we eeuld
yet see her scattering the blessings of
liberty at home and uplifting the
down-trndden sad oppressed, holding
aloft the lamp of liberty on our
shores, while the rays light up the
gloom of earth's struggling millions in
foreign lands and in distant climes,
could still see the constitution and the
flag, the one unsullied, the other un-
changed, going hand in hand on their
heaven-sent mission of uplifting the
race, and thus continuing to lead the"
world in liberty and progress up the
loftiest peaks of human advancement,
around whose summit the bright sun
of Christian civilization shines with
undimmed splendor.
But that is not the picture that
meets our gaze if we read correctly
the future in the light which recent
events cast upon the canvass. We
have found out, for the supreme court,
the highest in the world, has inform-
ed us that that the constitution does
not follow the dag: that although as
we are told in the Declaration of In-
dependence taxation without repre-
sentation should not exist, that all
the just powers of government come
from the consent of the governed, yet
that we can and do own distant poe-
sessions and millions of people who
may be governed and who are gov-
erned and taxed by the oongrees of
this free country without reference to
the wishes or interest of the governed,
and without representation in the
body which imposes the taxes, and
puts the burdens upon its people.
It was not for this my friends that
the fathers tolled and the patriots of
the revolution poured out their blood;
not for this that the republic was
builded or our free institutions plant-
ed; not for this that the savage was
driven back by the hardy pioneer,
and our continental domain extended;
Indeed, it was not for this that our re-
-sources have been developed and our
national power increased until we
have today a nation the grandest that
civilization has produced, with mon-
uments of progress rising up on every
hand and her gloriesand her triumphs
the admiration of the world.
But all this was done that here on
America's shores liberty might live
and tyrantny die; that democracy
mi.:t .r-..w tl tiourish, and that im-
.peii.i.- -h ut,! wither and perish;
that : ,, o.. ,..:d iatn might find au
ault.'!u from the han,, ,f oppression,
and the people of a!l lands a friend
re t~' *'; '.. powerful ;arai to shield
, ;+ r,.; .t. ot to oppress and de-
stroy.
For more than a hundred years this
was t'ue; for luore than a century
the spirit < t tei inu r-un Liituel here
the living a!::I a'outroliz force; dur-
in;: -- ;, ..... *. ,- 'l;uia ,:* f In-
depnlldt,,' a ...- o; f ro t,-ii bly tlsose




erty vo;_. :1,r,' .r iA :ericanl
+S :..-:. 1 ': +,' ','' t, li' -'., .; -. of lib-


er.y wht.rv_-. : ; :&itir had
), '.. +--.'", tt l.
H,: ;.i,\ u,. ,:.i..1 the Hirst
- r n" i h- i *'' sre. Shall

r s, pt-, T. "l'l i t; question
.r the Atn-.ri'a.in p t-i, t -.)lve, antt
att the bar of ':iuauitiy tLty mu.st
make a final answer.
The extreme have: i ..t yet hee
reaclied ; the rubitcon li:is not yet 1t ;e
crossed, aui.i the remaedy is. s ili within
our rea.h if we care to apply the cor-
rective. Fifteen milHions of freemen
arited with the electoral franchise
can yet say, and that, too, with a
voice that must be heard and heeded
throughout the length and breadth of
the land, that wherever the tlag waves
the constitution shall rule, and that
nowhere under our institutions are
there degrees in American citizenship,
or room for a subject people.
Come we then, today-all ofl us-
freeman, citizen, patriot, and on the
anniversary of the birth of freedom in
this fair young western world and
with high resolve that the wheels of
human progress shall not be stayed in
their onward sweep, consecrate anew
our energies, our talents, and our
sacred honor to the perpetuation of
free institutions ia America to their
end that liberty shall not perish and


The Wil gxeeeomt o se s
One of the most expert chemists ii
this section has given an order for thb
lateetapproved apparatus for making
analytical oil tests.
All doubts nave been dispelled as t
the genuine existence of oil Indife
tons along the valley of the Withia
cooebee river and tributary streams
Unless chemists are very badly de.
eeived, the Indications are superior to
those at Beaumont, Texas, and the oil
Itself is of a vastly superior quality.
So great is the faith of those who
first believed in the discovery and pul
out their money in securing options
on land, that they have purchased
machinery anI In a little while will
begin sinking wells, and they ar
absolutely certain that oil reservoir
will be reached and this section of
Florlda become the richest in the
world.
Apropos of this astounding discov-
ery, Dr. D. A. Smith, of Anthony, ex-
member of the legislature, was In
town during the week, and confirmed
the story that in sinking the artesian
well at Anthony the drill passed
through a strata of coal fourteen feet
in thickness, and every indication
pointed to the existence of oil further
down in the bowels of the earth.
The most notable statement of its
existence is told bty County Commis-
sioner Ed L. Wartmann, of Citra.
He says that about fourteen years ago
when Mr. James A. Harris was sink
ing an artesian well at his place in
Citra at a d?pth of eight hundred and
twenty feet he struck a stream of oil
after passing through a strata of kennel
coal. The oil was iu sufficient quantity
to grease the well ropEs for a distance of
two or three hundred feet. Mr. Har-
ris, who is extremely conscientious
and cautious in any statement he
may make, confirms this story.
Speaking of the discovery of oil in
Florida the Los Angeles Herald says:
"Among Los Angeles oil men is the
information that near Ocala. Fla., oil
Indications exist. It is understood
that for the past three or four weeks a
quiet but energetic search for oil has
been going on at Juliette, iu the pheeos-
phate section, twenty-one miles from
Ocala.
"This investigation came about
through the visit of a Texas oil ex-
pert more than a month ago, who
said the lay of the land was not un-
like that in the Texas oil fields. He
made a cursory examination and
found to his surprise that the surface
Indications were most promising.
His friends at once secured options on
several large tracts. When the phos-
phate concerns heard of it there was
a rush for options. Several thousand
acres are now held for thirty or ninety
days, and many others have been
leased on shares.
"A number of borings have been
made. The operators have chemists
at work and the soil from the borings
is carefully analyz-d. These reports
have been kept secret, but enough has
been learned to say that the analyses
have been favorable.
It is known that neat Dunnellon oil
has been found, and that $S3X00 has
been refused fo' an acre tract. Busi-
ness men are securing option, on
land'."'
Prescriptims- i l:t+*lij*., Drug S4tore.
Foley's Honey n Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.,


S Will no one utter a word of sympa-
e thy for the poor Mwo Ms whoe te
F is sore with trias, eplex m e un-
kindom. AiUtte hepm family to
Ssupporta hmbaadIn troMead -o
* kind words, only lots o ste to pi
* t heart already oie. i Hwilt? 1
* It thu Christ hba dI d Mhw-
sinner to appear? "T give goed f
Sevil." The,proldm Chista, Yr
Swork s not yet begun, men dsMuMld
be expected of the Christdantmh
) member, If you phem, tm Is espec
ed, amd ls, sad tosy, le s is giva.
Chbresa charity ha been written of
Before. Bow rae the pnoa we
Oh, for a few words of kildm a
Seel with pity filled. A gNmRs
head ad beart comblaned to do sow the
ateder's wiv.
A s llag ght lna every heartto
e whieh one s right. To me oar-
selves in the weeds of Btw "
othenmsee uL." In other wo., as we
are, and as God seas a. With a pity-
ing sympathy for mall, and a noble
example of love for all mankld. As
good deeds live after us, so will good
works ennoble the person from whom
the Son of God hath called them
forth. Noble principles, noble lives,
and the spirit of immortal love, this
is the ennobling power from whence
all blessings flow. A power sublime.
eternal, gifted with unending love-di-
vine.
A prayer: "May you all be ready
even as I am to see the right way.
Have pity." A FRIEnD.
In some of the Swis valleys the in-
habitants are all afflicted with goitre
"thick neck." Instead of regarding
this as a deformity they seem to think
it a natural feature of physleal de-
velopmenn, and tourists pining
through the valley are sometimes
jerred by the goltrous inhabitants, be-
cause they are without this oamlve
swelling. Thus a form of disms may
become so common that it is raarded
as a natural and nee-ae y eondite
of life. It is so, to a lahre exst
with what are called dishes of w-
men. Every woman suffes more or
lem from rregularity, uleaeatioe, de-
billatng drains, or female waskom,
and this suffering leso common and
so universal that many women sept
it as a condition natural and seeary
to their sex. But it lea coditien a-
unnatural as it is uneceary. The
me of Dr. Plerce's Favorite Pr-.
cription strengthensthe delicate
womanly organM and regulate the
womanly function, so that woman is
practically delivered from the palm
and misery which eat up ten yeam of
her life-between the ages of aftsn
and forty five. "Favorite Preserp.
tion" makes weak women strong and
sick women well.
Prescriptions-PDstofite Drug tore.

Alex. Holly has a peach tree in his
orchard at Eureka that uaeasure
thirty-esix feet acres its branches, as
well as one of the finest flower gar.
dens in this section of the county.
He also has the finest variety of figs
known here.

Is your liver tired! Does it fall to
do its duty? If so, don't neglect its
call for help. A few doses of Herbine
may save you a spell of sicknem.
Herhine Is the only perfect liver medi-
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504 cents. Anti-monopoly Drug Store.m


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1"g4& $10 TolO.a".. afdtesy sen W h a
awe' WW Itd than"&"d dedisrb be'ord.
"we suddely fee"d thmaselwes Ime..
u~lat 4 ahaaek act .1miL (pow

OMhOw .me-eagthb mte'rtmluna&big
Ovmec. 11Wam at of'4 mony he'
"dSVSI ifIss 49is mcli 1was Just 0;1..
Im Tbwr.m 4are etovteruaca r'es or
W08 lurkm. A j;rfteimat gwg t Nui
MOD mwfd a"W of the' lacky in vel.
a m a md is hi s. Sa m it "%a luth, pure 0 L

OW dewl ais 1d Am in inown Isangmugir:
* &housA 111v yve agwI wave he .nw Highest A,
NWof a *Ordl Uth4IueMptland tema
a" bankesurrey.- 11W ourmcout Was
*0 adAsdUa to( ifthe-(37csidy MW UliaiseF.
faft VAPriaP cot ~the c ides .DR.
Of &*rrvity hlushdaghter do(at
masls y cgmmul~et. This little. girl J-eir
wesii* my rig. mand her father was in
$b basis elsat 2stiftag her u ipbres itf *tin!
mose') wml oubiuias 1Ow desired 4oIoject. peddled.
W. snvw~amehd me tatio day with a Paue
losrtf~i 6"at 1WOI ws't Siftw to ,wll. -
Histe aru- mv iaswnervfrequent, sodJ
viry t~amee tber was a Wslight adv-ance
jrJ 1lB4O in) dlqyi and.pulling fraq P I
hWe p" L@4 a "Iroll(bills. odflfred to# a
shoussed dcal Len' tosad-I...ng. I hesta- A newandc
-&vod sbtt UlHl" said tbs' gatuljer, '%uvPp^torie%.
is kioe. of (Anti
E madi &she deed too .e' huodro." I ~eandbn witih
=remilt'0
apauy-11 we urnofPast 101in Jefrugure thi% tern
VNmEWY. Teams sh10ut, 131'011r 8 VWmad tlebx.
&*ft ~belua a Mled De ost. I'm r
owM shoe in Mw Umber es the'land, *EXTMh
bet I &aN. ew OOUsgof its Value', aW I j inj
bse ion on o sv stinalthe gtest tier an
~ty.' Ii was p~ahtI at m id ally adapt
evamewis edhem mW I elm dthe z!c &Anti-Moo,
&w. osheo h ueuusatly. I kept the
eave p-W as the' land. bet asidfr om W

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gf gft) eAllaftsper mete fwrthe tract..
int~mmeuTheloinal eostt
most #ow -10WA I '. Teall P3(3de
Iqego n%&V~vidru e 'soe' rstb we' r
wWs daily gSwing skywarti, and om 1.1
lwaoiay cI. useadriald IWhelrt4.y I real- .be -u:
loo vsoti S11%Af, y hesale' ~ gmy I'
team of POOb-tlaftel juomand OW bste'*4. .-

a 868W4. GSorng Flood

lbs.I F~is. at Une.I"..,had 1.0
r-rmt.Udi.W waist deep let iey
be, h'wrw, V 'avw mae'a terrilvic
,,v mad aregtu. It Wpew wtwu'daily. v o
%4.b gNt' a (-ity mud Omaha said I bad A L
OUns"~buis m oudMWIN*live. ThenA
I bWVW saug Dr. K lugo'sNew Dl.-
eq~wry awliwas whollY oured toy six ID
b@Ogbm.9 hPstve'y gusmuateed for toil ANDII
..6 eold. mud all thrust and lunittr oC
t..ublw. 0by AstINpi A4OOK"Y allFd emn rt


Nmrueaw Knwle-. tbhe wel-kmown,
Imawoae 4 eu. w is the ,*ity yt.-
I4 Ior he tist l time mi in five
M~60 Mr Knowles habs ben in,
rimrw feet sme tihu. In spwakiu|g
@e bee tOg hel ms I Aleave' lw mra a ll
.. I" tW state*4 F I4wi4da. *&Al not long I
to *o. ..em. l j-. N'o, t w eatbher
4de t- "re- sm,** o any hoter thban it I
m e,. h t r'hn. eve arr onmowbhat
earI bIut it titshl t arv <,miler, if
a.ttihir t*nhe* i-er' Thepyv hed a rIod
ia ttolst 5 'si t.U l a t aIlie %'*: i-ltum pod
-* q tl .- I | i l t l ,ltl lI

9" o ~ sWeT oo anC46fa6"n
U bwe, takeb tnove'issTaxtrepm ,O
uIs iellwtm. hrcu te ie .'tormla is,
*eiamml. Voi grvts-t"I bt *sry Iw'ttle. show-
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TIC %l ~il u!-EkB 4'Il*! N THAT AN'
AX 'I:tv~n w:* '-e ht-!1 t, *he Griner Farm
'w~hfk'I hlva.t '!ari n~ ~'t.:Ic l-Lr-ida during the
%-our- Ietw-tn .u 'A m n.and .4 O'Clkpk1

f.'or the juI ve-o-c c* x tI'' pt.itax schooll
d k.sWt t s :14%%'1 a.- tilt:;riner Farm special
tax ~ ~ : % ;dot-, N k"? arx.e;of said
t t -th ..ith haf 'f -ftownship
,4 .:sZh.ro e. '
las~~~~~~~~~dt "'h t h ~ of Mill-
aret'heU, K.' .c% .: tete.l:o:tne 'ad'!i~Special
4 ~ia.'~d l. .'. '- .'.sa. C~:cc*.*i nue all reg-
Ist, tre- A iid qua>:ie.e~:w d dxtrict, who
.oAt.I%*-3 'I t ..' ': &ralprope-ZA. therein,
And li~ c %ithm a '! --7'
The 1% 1',-% 1 ne pe: ha \e"Oen appointed
nsiwi be.t.'ni :*-!:. -a:l ec' i H H.
C T-~ La C I !* .-I l. B i. Letauvr. in-
8*1 C. M.-cai


TAX COLLECTOR 5 REPORT.
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TI wo dMl inhe of po
tatoes rcmo.re e.ght' pounds
Sof ":i-:ual"iota 1romthe
soil. Unless this quantity
Ss returned to the soil,
!f .the following crop will
.: materially decrease.


Geo. S. Hacker ( Son.


MANUIPACTURE
DOORS, SASH. BLINDS,
MOULDING AND
BUILDING MATERIAl
-lteov ad Fancy Glass A Speciallt)
Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
South ap1 thereby save
money.
Oee and warerooas, King appolste Cmnuco
Street.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.


NOTICE.

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
ot Florida in and for Marion coun-
ty-In C".acery.
William L. Vandeventer. complainant, vs, An-
nie R. Vandeventer. defendant.-Divorce.
IT IS ORDERED THAT ANNIE R. VANDE-
venter, defendant in this cause, be and she is
hereby required to appear to the bill in this
cause on
Monday, the Md dla.y f S. ltember, .4. D., z9or.
It is further ordered that this order bc pub-
lished once a week for eight consecutive weeks
in the Ocala Banner.
This june 2oth, A. D. :c:.
[Seal. S. T. SISTRUNK.
N. M. ALLRED. Clerk Circuit Court.
Conplainant's Solicitor. 2'

PETITION FOR SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL
DISTRICT AT GRINER FARM.

W E THE UNDERIGNED CITIZENS AND
tax payers of the following described terri-
tory will on the first Monday in J sent to the Board of Pi:blie Instruction of MIa-
rion County, Florida. this petition, asking the
said board to call an election for the purpose of
creating a special tax school district to be known
as the Griner Farm Spicial Tax School District.
The above said district to include all of the
south halltof township :4 soulh. range 22 east.
W. H Luffman. C. T Luffman. B. H. Leitner.
W. H. Scarbor.ugh. C. M. Murphy. M1. P. Scar-
borough. Hullum Jones, J J. Luffmnau. -

AD aMS1 'ATC,'S COTIZ OF AfPLCLA-
TION 701 InAL SCzAm az.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned. a- administrator ot the estate
of JAMES D. CAMI'BELL. will on the
/9tA Pi .',f C\f t. ..4 r...'W,
make final return cf his accounts and ask a dia-
charge from his administratorship of aid estate.
in accordance w:th the law in such cases made
and provided.
This l9th Apri., A D. :,c.'.
CHARLES 1U. WHITE. Admr..
429 1e6m Est cf Jami- B Carapbel.. deceased.

TAX DEED NOTICE
W HEREAS. CHARLES V MILLER HAS
presented t.- me .x certificate No. 254:.
sale of April :,;. covering the following land
in Marion county. F'ondn. to-wit: South half of
southeast quarter of northwest quarter and
northeast quarter of s riuthwest quarter and west
halt of suimheastt q'art:er. action 7. townshiri
16, south. range i. cast. ainl upon said certlfi
cate has rt'-nandet!. f.'7:;n !n' a tax det-d.
Therefore. a!ter the txr.-. t.ofn ,rf thirty days
(rom the date of th:- no ce un'iles r-edeenied. it
is my intcnticn to : a- a ax deed to the sasd
lands.
Date. Tune -o. : -:.
2i2 C-~.i1k C:rc ait Court.

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Nor T hmu. Fnc. o ram Palateor mai


Sold and gvesantped by


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Fresh


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I The Anti-MAonop1y


Drug Stra,


GE1T .mIas et the ew ovel lssww

PIGEON MILK
INJECTION.
Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to four dg..
Its action is magical. Prevents atrictare. AM
complete To be carried in vest pocket. S
.reventative. Sent by mall in plaim pack ,
prepaid, on receipt of price. $1 per box. Mo
for I2.50. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala, .-


HUBBARD & MACDUFF


SH A'RI D W A R E *.E
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DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,

BARBED WIRE, CUT AND

WIRE NAILS. PAINTS

OILS. VARNISHES. AT-

LANTIC WHITE LEA D),

ALL KINDS OF

GLASS AND PUTTY.

IRON PIPES AND FIT-

TINGS, EVERYTHING

N THE LINE OF BUILD-

ING MATERIALS. ETC.. ETC.


AGRICULTURAL IMPL E-

MENTS. DEERE PLOWS,

PLANET JR. GROVE CUL.

TIVATOR )S, ALL KINDS

OF GARDEN TOOLS,

COOKING STOVES

HEATERS, GRANITE

AND TINWARE. CUT-

LERY, IRON AND STEEL

BOLTS. ROPES. PULLEYS.,

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVNM


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.


Hubbard I Macduff.


A lot of


NEW I


Ocala, Fla.


IUGGIES


In this week


Buggies that have all the STYLE, FIN-

ISH and QUALITY 'you want.



STANDLEY, CRANFORD & CO.


J. H. MORTON. W. D. MORTON.


OCALA LUMBER COMPANY
(Also Sesesser to Yankee Novelty Works)

Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles
School Desks, Ctiurch Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Franme,. Railings, Pulpits. Bedrocm
Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings, Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath. Shingles. Etc.
PAT SNT BEE RlI.ES A SPECIALTY.
:;-Estimates promptly furnished.

HOTEL OQUIRMOND-BY-THE-EA
HOT 1 &L WQHI Easit Coat of Florilds.


:I Contyv Cuour:. Mar" :. Couuty 2'orita-By W
the county Judge of said County. Hotel Coquina in situated on a bluff directly overlooking the oceau
WHEREAS-. W. E. ALL'.N 'HAS APPL.-IED While it offers all the delights of the sea-shore, it is only ten minutes walk. eo
to this Court flr h:ters of a!.niitvistra:.on
on the estate f M.AR T E. KEEP. deceased, late iv minutes by horse ear, from the or.*itie grninves and palm shaded walks o
of said county of Mario. the banks of the Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad station
These are therefore to cite and admonish a e bks of te if River. It i tw from the rlr sat
and singular thc kindred and creditors of sald being connected with it by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, groves el
ordee tf be ano appear before tiis c(urt -1 lemon, orange, and rare tropical fruits, avenues of oleander and pal#m te.
e. -:..nd .;at .'i, v'. River, ocean, surf-bathing and fine flihiug. The climate is delightful, sad is
and fi!e objections. i a:nv they have. t) the beneficial in CAses of overwork or nervous prostration.
granting letters -*s ar.resaid otherwise the
same will he granted as prayed, with the will Will open about the first of June, but will be in a paitsioa to take care oI
anncxed.
Witn Iv aree acs count, iutdge f the -;ue-sts after May -20th. Summer rates: $2 per day; $8 to $12 per weel. WI
cotmunty aforsa:ai. 'his av of June C:. For further information address, D. B MATHESON, Ormond, Fla.
.Si<] R. BULLOCK
7tdl County Judge.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. M OTEZUMA EXCHANGE

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We handle Bright Cotton Seed
Meal, Cooked Cow Feed and
Mixed Chicken Feed. Our Mag-
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fine thing to have to keep stock
and chickens in good condition.


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WaV!.N YOU ARE LOOKING FOR


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IN THE WAY OF EDIBLES


Don't fail to come in and see our stock of Groceries,


which is the largest and most varied in the city.


We


can furnish anything from a nutmeg to a car load of

flour at short notice, and at prices as low as a legiti-


mate profit will allow.


Remember, we always guar-


antee


satisfaction, and


return


your money


if


you


don't get it


What fairer proposition


can we offer?


Bear in mind always that


QUALITY


GOVERNS


PRICE


A FEW SPECIALTIES:


"ROYAL SCARLET" "COTTOLENE" SRATL BRAND "
Canned goods-None better l better t u la;t. I for c.'oking 'ottee and Tea-put up by Chase & Sanborn

TrITLEY'S TEA BALLARD'S OBELISK FLOUR TOBACCO
lha a delicious havor Best on their market-Tr\ barrell All kinds-Smoking & Chewing

OLD RELIABLE HAM HEINZ'S PICKLES FINE TOILET SOAPS
Put up by Kingan v C Tlhe standard of excellence everywhere Manufactured by Andrew Jergens and Co

HAY, OATS, CORN, BRAN, MEAL, GRITS, RICE, SALT, ETC.


Make our store your headquarters when in the city,


and meet your friends

best we know how.


here.


We will treat you the


Respectfully,


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For the benefit of those desir-
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of Fertilizer, we have arranged
to carry in std sat aS times
enough of Armour's Fertilizer
Works goods to supply them.


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