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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: January 10, 1902
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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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'I'he paper "'Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


OCALA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 10. 190-.


DOLLAR A YEAR.


\,,, ,.. i ,tt1- IA'-:K Wi.l. rNOT *Miss Killer Entertains. I Miss Eagleton Entertains.
f* N A I II F t:1-1: .T iP F ii t. M4AN.W I 1 6 Extrem ely brilliant and delightful Contri tettd.
KAM t IIEE.I AND. WITHIOtT MERIT was the card party at which Miss One of the most pleasant social
as :,t-H>. TH TP -OF THilE HII..; NOR Mona Hiller entertained on Wednes- functions that Ocals has ever enjoyed
w. E T MA o Io day evening. There were early fifty was the whist party given last Friday
w i.' KKT M WH n in( day evening. There were early fifty afternoon by Miss Margaret Eagletou
OUS[ 11. guests present.o eofa r Dr. e
... -=- The entire house was beautifully at the home of her father, Dr. James
SAM I AXUS Lad t. decorated, and the many bright lights Eagleton on Ocklawaha avenue. The
and the handsome young men and house was beautifully decorated in
Mr Will Finch has gone to Atlanta. women present made a most charm- green and brightly lighted by elec-
S Atg s tricity together with the ladies hand.
Mi, Fox. of Atlanta, GIL., is visiting ing scene. omely dressed in gowns of many
Mr. and Mrs. Atbe Brow~. The hostess was tlautifully !.owned solely dlree in gowns of many
MraleBrow,.Tlovely hues,made, indeed, an exquisite
in white crepe de chlient an( received
M* l' :fi S-.. n. ,of \il.dot, (,a., is i her guests in the parlor. She was as- picture.
jb ;1 r. S. Sru,,k. sister in receiving lay her neither awl. There wtre eight, tales aud for
,, .- r -. T .ir s n, n. several hi iur- the walls fairly runi
N i \I U %I. iii- haII n a;t ,,i.itt- auntit, Mr. St-ligmnian. .
I r. r tiirict. t : k g-iv with reverberations of merry laughter
*-I rta-..?i' ltk progrrtsiv whist
ll a it l ,h 'l l a < asi,,ielI lby iutelleetual brilliance,
W11. w t-- t jl u ai Amidl 1 .ti lk> ;' ;1I l *il I
Mlr "n ,.r\.w s'ltr Ht- l ,. e r .n .iu 1W 1 1 henwit and Iuiinor. At the conclusion of
,, .. ,it ti l.tf-.r rid.al trap. j r r w t. the games elegant refreshments were
1 -- MIt''.-. l I..+a, l.: ,.f M.lti- served. served inll three courses. Then it was
1# 31,:1'.. N,, 1--. .' r ,k m,. )..nn were put,... lb Mis llade known that the first prize, a
I.-- .,,/l ILiller, and after i. ,,ti,,.i theu (cut gla.-s vase, belonged to Miss Ethel
M'I- .ia* .. <,. .i.el 1. >"at win fundl that tie ladies' tirst sinclair and Mis. Minnie Gambsby
.. ... i ,,,, M' I. i/, a l ty fall w., aluril by a ihad w n the second prize, a cut gla-s
I :. M i-- Florrie Crook.lwhiie th. lt-bobv Iyl, hon lpri/,- fell t the lot of Mi-a Vi,.let 1-ar- listed by her mother, Mrs. James
S* -' ,... rK,,r The 'tlem.n's ar- t pizc, a Eagleton, her sister, Mrs. Mary B.
S, *..1 1,.1. v 't.. M *.l te.. at th beIautiful copy of Hall Caine'- Eternal 'agletn, aN I Mrs. E. L. Carney, of
1' -2,. ttl1. t 1 .---: -City,.wa- out f.r by Mr. lolert An- this city, and Mrs. (;odfrey Moyers,
I.' \ai,-. 4'4'i.-k 4ernman' Clul, derson and Mr. Frank Watson, the of Gainville.
a>l' Mi,,, th,.er of lheir delightful former winning it. The gentlemen's It was dark ere the guests said a
ernmaf- n. xt Thursday evening,. booby was awarded to Mr. E. T. very reluctant good-bye, each feeling
MI. and Mr,. Albert H. ltirdsey, of Hevienstou. and the visitor'- prize, a that a most delightful afternoon had
-,r-yth. (a., are the guests of Mrs. lovely belt pin, was won Ly Mrs. Selig- been idspent and that iss Eagleton is
*tUlr- -f Inandidag, Hill. Miss Hiller is always a charming You Know What You Are raking


MN-- lola Liddldor and her cousin,
Mi C'larace Barksdale, of Augusta,
';a returned to Ocala last Friday
aftertinon a-ter a ten days visit to re-
ativi-- in Marianna.
I-or <-aIy of ii usic entitled "Boun-.
rag IP *' -. dt ten <--nts in postage or
*urrvie.y t. it. W. Wrenn, passenger
'rafli.- manager. Plant System, Savan-
;ah. 4 a.
W -aint al reliihle and crispy cor-
i"*'i-i,-lt in every inilmortant point
i' 6 ,, ,'uityV. The I,.-ala Banner
**i1'.- i. prtint *'i-v y iltenm litf
,aj i" ; iti i ie th (li uri ty.V
l !1.' L-' I '4 ; (' I .'a \la I>. I | ih, i ..Helber ri'.
; 1 \ i a T .', i u li ti l a. rti"
i ', ,irlili a 1iil the r-.
+; s_'t,': I i .t l i nii -t y ,ie l.
ha'lli Tla, ii. Itle .-Cve- ti,
=i- I1 ,lir,- :al nd i;rv.nt il-hall.-
I'lh-.:-aiit take, iPrice
\- ur*- oll payV. ViII. A.nder-

%It. \il \\Weather- wil retlurna to
a u'i t.attur.lay. after .Isending tlie
4 1n11-'.9i- hrolidtays illn cala with his
iar.irt. Hi-. numerous friends in
:-alt u-reI- d'lighteld toaee him again
4 lipi eIt. hands, cracked lilp and
tuh.lii, -- f (lhe i kin cured quickly by
Ialt-;,:r -alve, llie t olst healing oint-
iili! '. tih.- woirlad. Anti-Moaioolyi
I*ru; t<,r. mn
I he dtilvy eOlition (of the Ocala Ban-
in. wI ill naake it" appearance ion the
I .'l. \WV are. almost overwhelmed
Slth ithe very cordial matiner in which
it i- ih-iilig rented. VWe f'.l that its
*iu'-.'--" i a.sureld.
Frank Treadwell, Bennett, la., was
i tuuiled with kidney disease for two
\-,ar-. He writes: "I had taken sev
,-ral kinds. of kidney remedies bunt
with little lenefit. Finally I tried
F.e,,y'. Kidney Cure and a one dol-
lar t',ttle cured ime.'' Anti-Monoiolly
Ihiui; Store. na
Mr. Italphl tlardsey, who has lbeen
sp,-nlI nl tlie last ni,,nth in h'ala vys-
itiilii- apareait.s and relatives, will re--
lIirnlii lao wrk an lHavana, t >iba,
Sturil.y, miluch to thie regret of his
muiniy friend- here.
NM II. Dlame has reniitvodi lal-
filu t :ti ,',alfe-tioiderv stick I ,. the
et.-?*- juiit l-itween Mr-. Hl. -k-' millin-
-ry -1tre and ill e (-;all Ita' lr. an'i ,I.-*
-"i, t I t t:e5 hit-i p .atili>:t-g a- f L.I- '- i
-t '-1 d n- aull ~ -i toirnr-.
1 .'* Ic PI' u* ,,u |llofl,+ll ,-. ,ll li;l.ne f,
tli *l-th- :lid .-mietlilit- lh-ad !to flatail
t--till- alft-r ti',* ,.atic-at ;- -aiit.pa ., d
it< b;V -|d- Fotl.-y's- Hri, iy and Tar atll'rds losi-
tIie iprotectiomn arind security from
tlee tugli.. Alnti-Mtonoipoily Drug
StI ore. Iin
Marion county farmers are in bet-
ler shale than they have beeu iu
many years. That they have almost
,omplletellyv recovered from the late
,.-riou, disas.t.er? speak well for their


hostess and on this occasion was no
exception. Her guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Mallory
Liddon, Misses Mary Collison, of
Washington: Lucile Ausley, of Thom-
asville; Fox, of Atlanta; Baum, of Il-
linois; Florrie Crook, Lulu Gary, Es-
ther Weathers, Sara and Violet Har-
ris, Emily Ford, Lena and Marie Bul-
luck, Sue Barco, Mary Reardon, Va-
leta Potter, Mattie Williams, Louise
Gamsby, Claud Bond. Meta Jewett,
Messrs. Neil Weathers. Dive Will-
iants. Ben lieinauer, ( harles Miller,
:rnest C('rook, E. T. Helveiustoni, Geeo.
Ford, L. W. lmut, T. K. Slaughter,
Itallph lird.-ey, W. 1H. IP.ow.rs, ('harles.
Loyd. lea- Miller, Will )ale, John
'Taylor. I:. L. Sc.tt. s; E. IHiller, Ed-
ward ta.0lid, I4iin F'.i4d aiid Stephen
Jew. tt.
Beat Out of An Increase In His
Pension
A. Mexican war veteran :nd primi-
lient editor writes: "Se'eing the ad-
vertisemnient of Chaminteriain's Coli',
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, I ani
reminlided that as a soldier in Mexico
in '47 and '4S., I contracted Mexican
diarrhoea and this reniedy has kept
me from getting an increase in my
llension for on every reni.wal a dose
restores nme." It i- uni.ualed as a
.luitk cure for diarrl!oea and is pleas-
ant and easy to take. For sale lby
Anti-Monolpoly Drug Store. In
A Pleasant Card Party.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Mallory
LiddAon and Miss V.aleta Potter enter-
tained twenty of tl.cir l:idy friends at
progressive whist. A very delightful
after- noon was spent. At Ithe end of
titteen game-< a it licio:.s lunch was
served
The -ctore cards- wer,- punched by
Miss lola Liddion, and it was found
that the first price. a handsome gold
mounted blotter was wou by Mrs.
Frank Watson while thesecond prize,
a said Io)wl, was wonl ,y Miss Marie
Bullock.
'I he following iu were those present:
Mrs. I). S. Wodraow, Mir-. S. I-. Bird-
sey. jr., Mrs. F. I. Vatsaon,. Mrs. N. M.
Allred, Mrs. .1. *. ar-ten,. Misses. Mar-
garet Ei'tleton, Sara Agnew, Lena
Bulllo k, Florrie 'a.lk. Sara Ilarris,
Elithel Sinhlair, 1Met: .I.-weltt, olda
L.iddoin, Clarice l't rk-. (al. o f .A.rusta,
(ia., Claude Iolit, Sue larcn' anid
L.ulu n ary.
The Mother's Favorite.
('lialit'erlall' : -li lRe iedy i'.
the mothier'- l.t'v.rite. It i- pleasanti
atrl .-ate foir ,liilrun ,o take anid al-
way-'cures. it i- iint.'ided especially
i fr uii.hlis, c.lli-. r ingl u I h, and it ti, bl-est medicine
nimdle for thit,-e diseas.s. There is not
the least daniizar in giving it to child-
ren for it contains noi, opium or other
injurious drug any may lie given as
conlfidentlv to a bhae as to an adult.
For sale by \,ati-Monopoly Drugi
Store. In
Death of an Old Citizen.
Early last Mond.y morning Mr.


industry and the capabilities of this Joelph A. l{eynoltds died after an ill-


When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no
pay. 50c.
Miss Weathers Entertains.
Last Monday evening Miss Esther
Weathers entertained a few of her
friends informally but most delight-
fully. Dancing was enjoyed until
12 o'clock, when the guests repaired
to the dining room where a dainty
lunch was served. The table was laid
for sixteen and was very prettily dec-
,orated. The room was lighted with red
candles which produced a very soft and
pleasing eflltt. Those present were Mr
and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Misses Mary
< ollisoni, llattye Dye. Emily Ford.
M1oa Hliller and Sara Harris; Messrs.
Neil Weathers, aildph Birdsey, Ernest
('rook, John lTaylor, Will Finch,
Sidney lliller and George Ford.
For Pneumonia.
Dr. ('. J. Bishop, Agnew Mich.,
says: "I have used Foley's Honey and
Tar in three very severe cases of
pneumonia with good results in every
case." Beware of substitutes. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. in
An Attractive Folder.
One of the most unique and attrac-
tive folders in the shape of a hotel
advertisement is the one issued by
the Florida E-ast Coast hotel system
for the season of l 1-02. It is so ar-
ranged that it opens two ways and con-
tains attractive and accurate views of
the east coast. Among those given
art the Pon'e le Leon, the Royal
Poinciana, Alcazar and other hotels of
Mr. Flagler's, and his railway and
st-:nmship service. The illustrations
:re from photographs, and are accu-
r:te and in every way superb.
We hopl tlie folder will swell the
tide tof trav I to that section.
A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks
Prof. Roxa Taylor, of Chicago, vice-
,.c-sidedt Illinois Woman's Alliance,
in p.,-aking of ('h.lticl'tiriainl's Cough
l.- .ivly, says: "'I sutler-d witli a
severe cold this winter winter which
threatened to run into pneltmtiia. I
tried dilloert-lit remedies btiet I Ieehied
to grow wore anil thlie iin-dicine up-
.-.'t 1iy stolimlahl. A faiend advised
mne to try chamberlain's s C >uih Rem-
edy and I found it was pleasant to
take and it relieveal me at once. I am
nItw entirely recovered, saved a doc-
ti)r': iill, time and sutlering, and I
will never be without this sAplendid
reiedy agiin." For sale by Anti-
Monopolly )Drug Store. im
"Points" Relating to Bank Checks, Etc.
( Hlawkin', Ncw Catch'.t-n on Bu'-itlee--
'C, NTI NIE i Ra t sr '.' a.Kk.
Signatures alone on the back called
a "blank endorsement"'' make them
at once negotiable.
If it is desire.t to deposit a check to
one's credit, write or stamp over your
endorsement the words, "For deposit
only," then if it should be lost the
finder toultad not sure the money.
MI'Ni-.K A t'iIAMnIISS, Bankers.
Ocala, Fla.


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THE POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE
J. J. GERIG, Mgr.


In Luck.
Capt. R. D. Harrison, formerly of
Cotton Plant, came up from Leesburg
Tuesday and in conversation with a
reporter of this paper told him of
his recent good luck. He fell on to
a bearing orange grove near Eldorado
in Lake county belonging to parties
in a distant state and bought it at a
pick-up price. The tract consists of
twenty seven and a half acres of
land, ten acres of which contain 640
bearing seedling trees, and on the
place there is a small cottage and an
orange packing house. It is a valu-
able property and is situated three
miles from Leesburg. We congratu-
late Captain Robert on hi- rare good
luck.
Says He Was Tortured.
"I suffered such pain from corns I
could hardly walk," writes H. Rob-
inson, Hillsborough, Ills., but Buck-
len's Arnica Salve completely cured
themm" Acts.like magic onr sprains,
bruises. cut.l, sre-, scanhl, burns, ul-
cers, boils. Perfect lh:-aler of skin
diseases and piles. Curei guaranteed
by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-c. 2

This paper is in receipt. of Ua very
pleasant letter from Rev. C. M. Gray,
who is now comfortably located in his
new home at St. Petersburg. Mr.
Gray says that he is pleased with
everything he has seen and everyone
he has met so far; that St.Petersburg
is headquarters for many tourists, and
the place has a brisk business air.
The Episcopalians have a nice brick
church, which cost $1l,014, capable of
seating comfortable four or live huu-
dred and have a nice new rectory,
handsomely and completely furnish-
ed. We know it will be pleasant in-
formation to Mr. Gray's many friends
in Ocala and throughout this county
to learn that his lines have fallen in
such pleasant places.

"I feel as if I should fly to pieces."
How often these words are on a wo-
man's lips. They express to the utter-
most the nerve raked condition of the
body, which makes life a daily martyr-
dom. If this condition had come sud-
denly it would have been unbearable.
But the transition was gradual. A
little more strain each day on the
nerves. A little more drain each day
of the vitality. Any woman would
be glad to be rid of such a condition.
Every woman tries to be rid of it.
Thousands of such women have lbeen:
cured by Dr. Pierce's treatment with
"Favorite Plrescription" when lo)-al
doctors had entirely failed to cure.
"Favorite Prescription" contains nof
opilium, cocaine or other narcotic.

The Best Perscription for Malaria
chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and uainin in a tasteless
form. No cure-no pay. Price 20vc. :


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We !understand some one is trying
to imitate our

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for chill and fever.
This is a poor way to do businessito
say the least of it.
When you try to imitate another
preparation it is the strongest endorse-
ment you could give it, in the eyes of
all intelligent people, land I hope the
people of Ocala will continue to take


for chill and fever, and accept un sub-
stitute. Yours respectfully,
i11ONTIC'I.T.o DRI-( Co.,
5hMonticelle, Florida.
For sale in Ocala by-
Ilie l'ostoflice Drug Store,
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store,
Win. Anderson's Drug Store.

JUST IE(CEIVED!

Lot New and Pretty

RUGS

At Reasonable Prices.


New Oak


Suits


At Very Low Prices.


BIG ASSORTMENT (>F

CIAIR SEATS.

We will repair and reseat chairs
at short notice.


Lot of Other Bargains

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Cold Storage

SFor Meat ....
"We are now poreplared to re-
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JANUARY 10 192


Tiier ar- nw few wvidw.v-, li.-her
than Mrs. II. It. I'.,In.
Ex-lPr..-il.-:m t I'.* e' in-- r ing frint i- -t. '-
M other K ,.:n '. *>r l.!y Mit,-
D rexel, his .- it r -i-e 7-, 'l.,f
the $1440,lox t, 1 .! f,>r coitntiinintg
Catholic edue:tc'iO :Ioi0.hng the Il:-
dians.
Cuba ha4s elected ati American citi-
zen for her first pre-sieiit. Now will
those who tell us it' the ('t lbans are
not our frietiimd rtetiain silent for a
time?-Gain,.svill- Sun.

The elec.timn of Sen- r Tumnas Is-tra-
da Palma as the- irst president of the
Cuban republic, is n satisfaction, and in tile organization
of his administration it is feared he
will not have smooth sailing.

It is reliably stated that Americani
manufacturersare still i treating Hawaii
as foreign territory in that they sell
goods ther,- at a mulch lower Ipri,'e
than they do at honew, and that goo.ls
have actually been ol!d in Hawaii,
re-shipped to tlhi,' country by tie pur-
chasers and solIt at a profit in our
markets. The idea -eems to b.- that
our manufacturers must be allowed to
make an enormous profit at home in
order to be able to sell cheaply abroad.
Instead of the foreigner paying the
tariff, the home consumer appears to
pay it both a'goin' an' a'comin'. At-
lanta Journal.
A mHappy oot.
The custom of wishing a friend "a
akVp-Jf dt# '&%'d, 'MR 'k-Ut'1b 44 -pWt
of Europe. and it goes to show how
much superstition is connected with
our footgear. It la to be assumed that
the well fitting boot or shoe. which en-
ables a person to walk in comfort. Is
symbolical of happiness.
The accidental placing of the right
shoe on the left foot, putting a shoe on
awry or the breaking of a lace Is a
bad sign from the popular point of
view. To tie the shoe of another Indi-
vidual is Indicative of humility and
lowly position, yet the Chinese wor-
ship the shoes of an upright judge.
There is a curious superstition in
some parts of England which advises
that when the youngest daughter mar-
ries before her sisters the latter should
dance at hlir wedding without shoes in
order to insure husbands for them-
selves On St. Valentine's eve. accord-
ing to a similar custom, girls should
hang their shoes outside the window if
they wish to secure lovers.
Some actresses carefully preserve the
boots they wore when they scored their
first success and wear them on all im-
portant occasions.


Got more Foe the Money.
A gentleman living in a rural part of
England sent his coachman to a neigh-
boring village for 5 shillings' worth of
penny stamps.
After a time John returned from his
tramp of two miles.
His face wore a self satisfied look
when he came into his employer's pres-
.'nce.
"Got the stamps, John?"
"Yes, sir," the man replied, banding
ever a batch of haslfpenny stamps.
"I said penny stamps, John. and you
have got halfpenny one."
"Yes. sir," and the smile widened. "I
asked for 5 shillings' worth of stamps,
an the postmaster says, 'Halfpeany or
penny "' 'Do you sell balfpeany
stamps?' I asked. 'Yes," said he. 'Well,'
Ways 1. 'if you can boy stamps for a
halfpenny, what's the use of payia a
penny?' An I bought the halfpenny
stamps. sir."-London Telegraph.

Oee imprevldent Family.
The minister In an adjoining Tennes-
see town was very much wrought up
over the pitiful condition of a parish-
ioner's family. He went to their home
and. finding they were almost starving.
decided that something should be done
for them. He accordingly solicited con-
tributions for their relief. Receiving
a liberal response, he promptly turned
ever the money to the suffering ones.
thinking tiat all would be well.
The first thing they did, however.
was to go to the photographer of the
town and have a dozen pictures made
of each of the tive members of the fam-
Uy. exhaustinM the amount, leaving
them in a- l6ad condition as they were
before hlie lhd .-ivcn then assistance.-
Memphis Scinitnar.

It Dazzles The World.
N, di-,t-very in nIed'icinuc li.iA -v' i
created i;'e ,1liri-ter of ithe -extcitetiietit
that ',a- ieenci '.-Alse'li 1y- I-Dr. Kingr's
New l)i-,. .v tv \'ne"st t-st i .t have i..t-n i l h1 el!e-.
v i,'tiui-o O, ' elieim riliit., .pleuri-y atii I ,r ic.hiti-,
lt >ie u atei,.-1. uf hi.tnli it i;:i- r.-tl'reid to
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OUR GREAT SCHOOL INTERESTS.

Proceedings of the Board of Public
Instruction for Marion County.

04 ( A ,. Fi1.A., Jtl). 0;. 1912.
'I'll- I'oard of public ii-:ru,-ti aid for MWirioii n tiity n'ct tt-i-s day
in regular session with ('. S. eott,
lhimirman, and B. I. Hull present, Mr.
B. R. Blitch heing' absent on account
of sickness in his family.
Minutes ot last meeting read and
approved.
The resignation of Mr. H. T. Hall,
teacher of the Oak Hill school, was
accepted. After considering the ap-
pointment of another teacher to finish
the term of one month and five days,
it was found that there will he no
teacher available whom the board
thought could fill the place until after
some of the other schools are out.
'I he supervisor asked that in view of
the fact that tihe hoard had no tet at present that the school bie discon-
tinued for this term and tile untaught
time he put on thl- next year's term.
It was ordered that the board would
discontinue the Oak IHill school and
allow the school to use the unexpend-
ed funds in extending the school term
another year; but the board declares
that this action will not entitle
schools whose averages have run the
school down or dissatisfaction has
caused the teacher to suspend school,
to have their terms extended another
term for failure to keep up the school
this or some previous year.
Mrs. L. T. Tompkins appeared be-
fore theilboard and complained that
her child~had been mistreated at the
Ooala High School, and that she had
appealed to the trustees but could not
get'them to take any action in the
matter and was now appealing to the
county board. Mrs. Tompkins was
asked to put her complaints in writ-
ing and assured that the board would
consider and act in the case, but Mrs.
Tompkins refused to put complaints
in writing.
Treasurer's report No. 11 was exam-
ined, found correct and approved, as
follows:
TREAS{Eit R' iEI'ORT.
Balance in treasury last report, $2,-
H229.s; received from comptroller, tax
sales, $141.6(i; from E. P. Thagard,
levy of 1900, $13.60; levy of 1901,
$76.7.; extra levy of 191, $16.36; polls
of 190), $57; polls of 1S99, $9; polls of
lVIl,$, 21. Total receipts, $2,5,16.20.
Disbursed during December, $2,564. 35.
Balancelan treasury, $1.8.5.


The report for the special tax school
districts was approved, as follows:
Ocala-Total receipts, $300.73; dis-
bursed $144.41; balance, $156 32.


McIntosh TAtal receipts, $67.67;
disbursed none.
Belleview Total receipts, $13.36:
disbursed none.
Fantville-Total receipts., 11.94;
disbursed'none.
Dunnellon--Total receipts, $2).28;
,isbursed nothing.
Reddick-Total receipts, $3.62; dis.
buried nothing.
Pine Level-Total receipts, $2.43;
disbured nothing.
Welirale-Total receipts, $1232;dis-
bursed nothing.
Catra Total receipts, W878; dis-
bursed nothing.
Total received, 142613; disbursed,
$144.41; balance on hand, $2sl.72.
The accounts of Mr. Alfred Ayer,
for assessing the properties in the sev-
eral districts, were ordered paid for
the following amounts:
No. 1, Ocala, levy, $2869.72; com-
mission, $57.39. No. 2. McIntosh,
levy, $405.86; commission $8.11. No.
3, Belleview, levy, $228.45; commis-
sion, $4.57. No. 4, Fantville, levy,
$74.79: commission, $1.49; No. 5,
Duunellon, levy, .18.69; commission,
$10 37. No. 6, Reddick, levy, $187 32;
commiissio i, $n1.74. No. 7, Pine Level,
levy, fl' 46; commission, $3.16.
No. s, Mayville, levy, $19.65: coni. :V,..
No. *,. Weirsdale, levy, $2".OS: coiu
nisioi-n, $4.4i; No. 1o, (Citra, levy,
..71.1..; comninission, t7.4-'. T<'tal
levy, (f0-')7.I3 I:; total e, nil u iII -i, iln,

lel,,it-t .inl a'oniits :mrliouniiitinin to
5;I )7.1" weie exaniined, f>iilnd ct.rrf-,t
tin! I>rih-rr..El ti'ill.
T'iere t-imii ig no further ibu-inmi-, thi,
I 0.,r' a jl.iolurit-el to lll'it tihe first .Mon.-
iay in F-el'rni't*ry.
\V. li ('.\i S cr.'iltiry.


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Aincieni


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To health and Ihappine- is : it',.-
as ugly as ever since t :.' i:ami ;,:i. .
It causemi ; ': *, < ; :' ., ,.
figures the !.i:, init .- tl. n!i'
membrane. w:i-{t *- i. .',. ., v
ens thie hb,,(-. '


resistance t .> ; .
for recovery, .A :
sumption.
"A bunch "'-' '
my neck. It c: ; :
and became ru
general delite. ...
Hood's Sarsaparilla. an',i .v; ,. i i t
I six bottles my lneck was t. i,-thi. a:uil I
never had any trouii, n the kip'l sii
MRS. K. T. SNY'vR. Troy. !!!).
Hood's Sarsaparil
and Pills
wiN rid you of it, radically and
itanently, as they have rid thousa

The Lesson Drawn form the I
Struggle.
Hon. W. J. Bryan delivered ani
dress. at Wooster, Ohio, ion Jai
The subject of his addre.- was "St
fastnesss" He said that the stru
of the Boers has confericed a bieneli
the Iworld tliint cannot he mii"asu
liy mioney.
Ve make the following extract
tMust we abalnldoln thle elf-evi
truth that governments derive t
just powers from the consent of
governed? Must we accept impel
ism as an accomplished fact and
in the shout for blood and conqui
Our republic rests upon solid rock
while its principles are revered it <
not'be overtihown trom wftfn'in orl
without, but if all parties joi
together to erect an empire u
American soil, they would build i
the sand and the edifice could not
dure. It is a law divine in its ori
irresistable in its force and eterna
its Iduration, that wrong-doing
mately destroys the wrong-doer
1n1 nation or combination of nation
strong enough to resist or evade rel
utive justice.
"But suppose-what no olne sil
assume and what no one can pro
that steadfast adherence to delioe
ic principles would result in repel
defeat, is there any reason
we should abandon those pri
pIes and adopt others, or I1
none at all? Those who pr
prison fare, or a servile
jeet's lot to the dangers of
battlefield, may condemn the B
for continuing what some describe
a hopeless struggle for independel
but those who can measure the miug
influence of great Leedss know 1
the sturdy Dutchmen of South Af
have already conferred upon
world a benefit that cannot be m
ured by money. Their valor
brought greater security to all the
publics of the earth; the bodies:
their dead have built a bulwark
hind which the friends of liberty
fight for centuries. The fact t
England has been compelled to 4
ploy more than 200,000 soldiers
subjugate less than 25,000 men
arms-the fact that England has
ended more than $10) per Boe
the per capital wealth of the Uni
States-aid has neither been able
purchase them or kill them-ttl
facts are immeasurably valiua m
people everywhere who want ]
government for themselves and
content that others should enjo3
also.


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Dagger


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Is carried off by the plott'er "'.
atte:npt to ix tCie crime w' *: :.'
upon her brother. Her loval ,ic;
foils the designs and finally claim:
her as his bride. The story is full
of e-xciting situations and i, l,'-
mirably told.
We have purchased the serial rights
of the story for this territory and
the first chapters will -be prmiItch "in

The Daily Banner

Whii-h will begin Janu-ry 1 ,.

Vtroteotonal..

R D. FLLk
DXN'TIrST
Over Munnr..e Chanlbli-s Bank, ; Oc. -

M. THO MI'sI N.
P'IIYMICIAN AND Sl'It(il'(Ns
Office over T-ea Pot rrr,-.-ry. opp MA::*;,":-.t.
OCAI.A. FI.ORI ,
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ments. The vohmr'.
are tnusu.allIY pleas-
ing, ioeitig different
from : e ovlor-' ''r-


tOiitracn-.r. Ftor wit
4,r krt-a we v I~
iut mthe lhiniz-ahi
title, new, up-to-(iAte
fal'ri.-.


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stlillt1t t 'v i %.. '1 dee
avera ''ee3,in
Cold wi" ii-01 ,?III we

sortm.'ew )fti/-,- 1or girls, mies awlu
matron'u.


Silk Skirls.
-kir.- have a flhrr to them
and are ju.-t as imet
S .-.krt a.s you c.ouldi
make from the best
silk. They are of
a r .re s'rarlde i of giod-
v.iTi frast clIor'. a-il
wont pull to pie
a: s you have found
,..milee -ilk -.'i".- ,.
THEY'I.I. HOLD<
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ATTORNEY AT LA W.
Mas.onic Juil~ling he1"a -

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OCALA.


ATTORNEY-AT- LA W.
(Office in cary-Agiew:Block.'I
F ;i A.


CARLOS L. SISTRUNK.
ATTORREV-AT.LAW.
Room 4. Masonic Building, Ocala. i'I ..


R. L. ANDERSON.
A NDIFRSOIN et OKR


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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Gary-Arnew Block.
O(ALA, I 'A


W:onmanly Beauy
SparklingsEyes and Bright Faces
Are the truits of Sound Nerves.

HINDIPO THE GREAT FRENCH
HAINDIP TONIC AND VITALIZER
cures nervous exhaustion, hysteria. dizziness ,
headache, backache and female weakne, .so
common attending the monthly prio<, r;IIR.S
pas.-ing through the trying change from ngirIhood
to womanhood will find it a wonderful relief
and benefit. It quiets -and 'trengthrns the
nerves. cleanses the blood, clears the brain and
t'mewt un the whole system. Maker a Woman
,Loo)k Young and Feel Voung. Price. oc. ?2
boxes $;. -ent bhv mail to any address. Anti- Monopoly Drug Store. "

PIANO TUNER.

tiairs and organns tuned, regular ed
and reI:iired in a first cla.s mamt.-i
AI.e. make a sl-ec.ialty of ir eainel i.
i t v:,>ii.ie nIsi guitars.
W. S. IIIKV.
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BANNER SALVE
the most healing salve in the world.


The New Year



Right




1;v get ting a new suit of
,'2ot.lw. Y o n cannot
look well in a suit of
.lothl.,- that don't fit, no
matter h-w fine the tex-
lit r' oft tIhi ge o (ld '
wait to **ri 'r vil yo a SUit
frorn Chicjgo's Famou.-
Tailors.



ROSE &,CO.,


Who guarantee a fit in
every instance. Their
guarantee-"No fit, no
pay "-has become a
synonym with perfect-
fitting clothes all over
the country. We have
on hand 400 samples
from which to make a
selection. Come and see
them. at the



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Scott & Johnson.
tliYST L RIVER. FLA.
Liv-ry aminl Sale *Staibl!. W\Vil
Equipp ll for all Bu i iil. -e. Sp
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ESTABLISHED It,6.


OCALA,


FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 10. 1902.


DOLLAR A


*In every re-


ceipt that calls for bak-


ing powder use1" Royal."


It will make the food


of finer flavor, more di-


gestible and wholesome.


M,<+: flit. MANNER, 1ELIEVIN,
THOI.-: A I 1Hf. TOP WEI.I. ABLE To
rAKF. < AKR: F ITHiEMSELVES, HAS
(AK&.N I' s SANIP IN THE BARRI-
A I-> WlITH THE COMMONN IEOA)PLE,
INl IA FI'4;11HT WILL BE MADE FOR
IS hT:i1"ERMEINT OF THOSE AT THE


Mv-i Johntiie Liddon is visiting rela-
:Ive% in *fainesville.
Mr. Robert McNanmep is now a citi-
/'-, of St. PeterIburg.
'omt master Groves has returned
!f-!m a trip to JaRksonvUile.
.'otatoes grow the year round on
yay Bis-.ayne and the quality is said
I, tf very tine..
L'timal4> shipping lIas begIun in
"?v",r-l |ow'alitie-. and the price, are
' *'-t favoral.r


Court in Citrus,
.ludt r Itullo'k. asi-ta.nt dis-trict
attorney E. W. Davi-, Mes-rs. Will
Hocker, W. K. Zewadki and N. M.
Allred are attending court at Inver-
ne.s in Citrus county.
morn.
Iast Saturday morning tt, Mr. and
Mrs. Sim Lummus a son.
Fine Farm to Rent
The place known as the D. G.
Eichelberger orange grove otn Orange
avenue, to rent for the year 1902. Fine
hammock land about thirty three (33)
acres under good fence. Price $125.00,
Call oin W. S. Bullock, Ocala, Fla.
BANK of KIN.wOI,,
1-o102t Kingwood, W. Va.
Someone has discovered :a silver
cure for consumption, hut only gold
will reav'l the wlhi-ky v vrs/.e. Silver
don't r-t,'fi to retlch out fri .any sort of


:~'fi.ri:-t rwi- I.rc-# tit. fri'ost, e by A. N*- w Jerm4-.'v vrl Ii ti = a;pliedte'to
I~ 1~i~L~ too -,,iretit:' .0 1i*1 1:11'i i 1'ur VeI I I


:4 u =I IIIA II --- I i er .%I i.,, )I in I I:(,%
ill.-. tiltdre 4it e ie4


NN ere


i. di e-i-. unapio'r-, -sea Ir'nut and
t':-i' w wo'r lriout re-eived l laily Ivy
't., iet att thle .iity ima'rket. 1.- ;
.lulde,' ThoiIma.s F. King, of Gaine .- '
.,l-. wa- itsn hala yesterday. Ili
'rte'id, here were glad to -.fe him look-
;*Is- so -extremmely well.
lttwNrt's ('hill Tonii. c'ures fevers,
hil-l and malaria. It destroys the
cerri. We guarantee it. Price t ets..
Wmit. Andersnm.
Thle Plant Systemn is distributing free
iargp wall calendars for thle current
year. Write to Mr. F. M. Jolly, di-
-vision passenger agent, No. 1:.1 W.
liay street. Jacksonmville, Fla.
Hojtrt's C(hill Toniz cures. It re-
,ores health anud appetite. Try it. i
_*t-. Y Wiu Auderson.
Ati imilpressionl ha obtained that
'ut' yVounla melln who furnished sueh .
.Ih-lihtful music for the State Tea'ch-
-r:' A-,,iation did -., feorp lty. That
:, 'A errol Not ,ie cenllt wias cLarn,-ed.
-t v-e'tn for the- u-' of thie plitin...
IlI,- i :n l ph l h'iAte mllin.-rs tite
w.iuk fr-ee latblor tlii- yt-Hr. 'lutire
:*, .. cre:- tiruahl whio will nacelpt ttiis
,- n| ptee' ,of t ie.rfui infm uinitior.
.'1.," ti,,o nuV mny tind il- way tlhrouili
.*' 1, l ( '>.I*'t! Iv, -1I. t r: hte.- M;,tine',-
. 2. .


a-'. I's 4*-A to&( l~eilt 111+'11t l l ii that.
His-e rej enait. ou 401' IS.ou intJ joreerd'Cl-lt
~a e "al 1e ~ven Ivt ai ..%ii
"Ali I ',$jt fi~r I- thi- 4'4 ?Ille, 2and41 lie


Tlhe amiti-miseeme.zia teliniist' r..i
n uelifict- Iltast teeth Admniral
I bewev aind I ;'n.rail Miules~ are to be
Itleri ved 41f the homozur tol re-presenting'


A Good Text For the New Year.
We have selected John Boyles
O'Reilly's little poem entitled "Kind-
ness," is our text for the New Year,
and hope that it will be read and
lived up to by our readers.
It is as follows:
"What is the real good
I ask in musing mood.
Order, said the law court:
Knowledge, said the school
Truth, said the wise man:
Pleasure, said the fool.
Love. said the maiden.
Beauty. said the page,
Freedom. said thedream:'-r
i Home. said the sage,
Fauit-. said the ,.1lie
E equity .nd thl -e-r.
'-pakt :iinv heart lull -idiily
The a.i-i ur Is, nt hlit -.
'. fv thi, hI -ard
h: !; lta.rt h,!(i!, thlt -.crt':
Ki '..*-. i- tht worL.'


Praises Ocala and the Ocala House.
StiUlerinitendelit Holloway, who lhas
returned fiom O(cala, stated last night
that thle people had t4-en extremely
kind and that they had left nothing
undone t1, aflird the association a
good time. He praised the Ocala
House for the efforts it had made in
the interest of the teachers and stated
that there was nothing in connection
with the association which was not a
suecess.-Gainesville Sun.
Working 24 Hours a Day.
There's no rest foa those tireless lit-
tle workers-Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Millions are always busy cur-
ing torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
fever and ague. They banish sick
headache, drive out malaria. Never
gripe or weaken. Small, taste nice,
work wonders. Try them, 25c, at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2
a Successful Operation for Appendi-
citis.
Mr. Ed Nelson, who has been sick
in the hospital in this city for some
weeks, was successfully operated on
yesterday for appendicitis by Dr. \V.
V. New.-oiu. assisted by Drs. Hood,
1'owers, Izlar and other.-.
The l nIIfiriltuiialt' gentlemann stood
tlhe Iperaittioll well, andi it is believed
thi! in :a lirll. \liile lit- will have re-
(-tiitd I hi ,anitea l -re' i t.th.
('Cut lthi-; 01It :u tak.' it to A'A ti-
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iiiq i I'l1iZ i I.'1 An(i ai t a it ire
;t rmif y think- -l.- i:,- tin rii.'i sI.IlNh. (',1 1 .li'e'r4.tin's Stom ach
to, I-peIa' k :t \orl a- :,, *i v\ e.i;!t1l 1\\> a;l,. liver Tahilets. thie ltc-t lhysi'r.
nay .cho<.,- to, lt build I:al.n..: the Nitc;- T y .',l-, fliure di'-.uht r- (of the s.ltenm -
r:a .tuan r lite. ) "\ l, i : ..,i nel- l '.la iioun-114s. a dii IL:! ria tli tl l' im nl i tI. n, ii% t i -
niativ:' tlanta J o.riial. Installation of Officers.
-- The newly el'eted otliers of tlhei F.
C('h rle- T. H pki-,,- 11. l i. rw-ter (. of .\. were installed last night, and
and L.;,ther l..-er r turn i la.t night (he occasion was a very pleasant onle.
from lHomai--i, F'lt., the'. rat lishiing IDr. J. E. Chase is the new fraternal
rert for A n i loila. The master, Mr. K. Sage, the secretary,
party wa. atsent -for a.owt :t week anil and Mr. E. C. Smith, justice.
upon their return report that the slort After the installation ceremonies
in Florida water- wa- ever better were finished the members and vis-
than it is thisn year. itor-A wereserved with a turkey and
Mtr. Hopkins stated today that they oyster supper.
caught quantitie- ,of Ish; that the fish
were sportive in i.layi!,g with the Coughs and colds come united, but
hook, and that the time was spent by you can quickly get rid of them with
the Atlaunta party Umost delightfully.- a few doses of HBllard's Horehound
Atlanta Journal. Syrup. Price 25 and 5A) cents. Anti.
Monopoly Drug Store. in
Mr. Neely Has Returned.
Mr. Jesse Neely has returned to
)*.n la from Jacksonville and will very
shortly r,.,optn hi.s shoe store in the
i'l 111sjjust \a,'ated by Mr. C. H. Dame.
He will ibe as'i-tei by his brother, Mr.
(larence Neely.
|Thel mtilly frit-ind- of Mr. Neely in
Sthli- ,'ity are delighted to have him
-J 0 i -l" wil, 'liem, again anidl hope that lie
Sw;U- will r,-', ain w iilhi u~s jerutiianently.

I "-4L9 J If troutle'-d ivii ti weak diLges'ion,,
tl--y ,f i l'eh1ibe inZ, s'uiir '>i!>tcht, or if you feel
,t >iiidull aft r e:r inl:., try ('h l, .rhIl in's
stonla"a.l and liver Tablets. Price 2'
J '- cents. Saniellt free at Anti-M1onopo-
ly lrii'.r Store. fl


The Murder


The above iilus'ration pictures
th' irnme t'. out which the thrill-
in G story

The Glass Dagger


vB Weatherlev Chesnev


Spencer-Leitner.
M1,. lirnpey Spencer, of this city, and
Mi-- .Maud Leitner, of Anthony, were
marri'el aI.-t Friday at thie home of
the Icriit-'s parents. Mr. Spencer is an
employee of the, O,ala Furniture Fac-
tory. He ik only nineteen years old,
while hi-s tIride is sonie years younger.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer are now living
with r. andi Mrs. Speneer in this city.
Persons who lead a lite of exposure
are subje.'t to rheumatism, neuralgia
amid luinitbago, will iilnd a valuable
remedy in Hillard's Snow Liniment;
it will t,'uish lpains and subdue in-
flaimmlatiou. Police 25, and 5, cents.
A nti-Monopoly Drug Store. m


Governor Makes Bad Mistake.
The Times-Union and Citizen of
Christmas day contained the infor-
mation from Tallahassee, says the
Crescent City News, that "Gov. Jen-
nings has Issued two death warrants.
Nosh J. Tillman was convicted of
murder in the first degree at the fall
term of the circuit court for Putnam
county. He will be hanged on Fri.
day, Jan. 24, 1902."
Not only was the mistake iade ia
the published report, but the actual
death warrant made out, or, at least,
signed by the governor and attested by
the secretary of the state, eoritainled
the name of Noah J. Tillman as the
cotideni, ied.
l4ev. N. J. Ttlghman is one of tha
best known and most honored of
l'alatka's citizens. He is a gentleman
upwards of eighty years of age, a
local preacher of the Methodist Epis-
copal church, south, and head of tlhe
lumber mill firm of N. J. Tiligman &
Sons. He was foreman of the grand
jury which found a true bill against
Brown, the negro, who murdered
Harry Wesson. That was his only
connection with the affair.-Orlando
Record.
It Girdles the Globe
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
as the best in the world, extends round
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
of cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores,
scalds, boils, ulcers, felons, aches,
pains and all skin eruptions. Only
infallible Pile cure. 25c a box at Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. I
Florida East Coast Railway.
The best service in (lthe south will be
given by the Florida East Coast Rail.
way beginning on the 15th, inst.
Trains will leave Jacksonville for
Miami and intermediate stations at
7:00 p. m.; 7:55 a. m.; 8:20 p. m.; and
li:.5 p. m. arriving at ;Miami 6:40 p.
nim.:10a. m.; 10:05 p. mn. and 11:10
p. in. respectively.
An additional train will run be-
tween Pvlr.m Beach and Miami, leav-
ing thlie Breakers at 9::; a. m. and tar-
riving at Mliami at 11 :143 a. m. and
l,-taving Miami at 4:1'>1 p. rn. ani ar-
riving at the lireaktrs at 6:0.3 p. mi
etmwi.n Jack4onville and St. Ai-
gustinie there will be six trains a d*l:ty
ea'hzi way. Lteavinii Jacksonville at
': I'. ; ;':' p. i :" ;:'i p ii ; 1;IMI
I". rn.; .:-, ) p .": 11 ::; I nl. atril :45
|,. n1. Leaving St. Aug a. ln.; >:1.3a. m .; 9:05 a. m 11:1,;.a.
n.; 11 :4- a.;m. and 6:3;1 p. ni. ',The
run between Jackson'ville ri7' ,7.t
Augus.tine is made in one hour.
Better to Fail in the Right Than to
Succeed in the Wrong.
Hon. William J. Bryan spoke on
Jackson Day at New Haven, Conn.,
and among other things said:
"If I formed my opinion by what I
read in the daily press I would come
to the conclusion that there are'not
many democrats left. I cannot in
that way find out what is going on
among the masses. It is extremely
gratifying to me to find, by coming to
you and to others, that there' are
bands of men who are not disheart-
ened by defeat-men who think more
of having their party right in princi-
ples than to be merely successful. The
democratic party has no right to exist
except it has principles to exist for,
and no principle justifies existence of
a party unless it is a great principle.
A principle that is not great enough
to die for is not great enough to live
for."
Piano tuning. If you want good
work c'll at Weilie's or the Ocala
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ItOLLS FROM Only the best
OUR OVEN material goes
into the oven and
only the
BEST BREAD
rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and
wholesome. A few slices buttered is a
meal in itself and almost as nutritious
as meat.
Orders for Bread, etc., can be more
satisfactorily filled by

BENUS' BAKERY
than by any other bakery in town.

$5.00 Reward.
Strayed or Stolen, one two-year old
bay mare colt, blaze face, very gentle
disposition. Reward for return or in-
formation. E. C. SMITH,
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A man or woman may ie dressed ever so stylish and
up to date otherwise. hut with a bad-fitting pair of
shoes can never look presentable. We have shoes'of
every shape and style, and we want people who are
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Admiral arl Mr-. lD-wey are at
Palm Beach.
It loks lik. 'Pre-ilent o,-evetlt will
do the right thinc, fr Schley.
The publication. of the Alachua
county tax list has been awarded to
the Gaine-yile News.
The wlhole Ntrih in the lneighlb'r-
ho d of .iint-n sveltis to btE- plantitd )to
pineaple-- <.iiti li .-- uuntiid r it--Iter
are very tint .-pe'i.men.
Look after the children. .. child
itlhoult iomelhing to love i- a sadder
attlicti-n th.il a na iman i thi out a ,',*un-
try.
Some othri cangressr.ional aspirant
should be chaperoned into the Tampa
Tribune sanctum. Things political
are getting entirely too quiet.
The road from Plant City to Pal-
metto is being rapidly graded. Both
white and colored laborers are being
imported from South Carolina.
In the discussion which has follow-
ed the Zewadski-Tribune interview
the fact thst he bad a chaperone
seems to have been overlooked.
Fourteen hundred and twenty-five
building permatt have been issued in
Jacksonville since last May. That
tells a st,,ry of nerve, grit. and energy.
Wh-n a woman is loving and ten-
der she is the most tender thing tin
all the earth, bit when she i- tough
the ia the toughest. How carefully
she should le watched and guarded.
(rEn. John B. (ordon. the most re-
nowined soldier of the "Lost Cause"
now living. has purchased property
on ltiscayne bay and with his two
sons will p!ant fruits ands vegetables
on a large scale.
Mrs.H.B. Plant has won her will case
and instead of receiving $30,0 0annu-
ally for life will receive the princely
sum of$7,,t(o,0.4I. When Mr. Plant died
his estate was valued at $12,000,O(l.
It has since increased to $21.000,X.j.
Miss Alice Roosevelt. daughter of
the president. was formally presented
to Washington society at a brilliant
ball given in her honor last Friday
night. Miss Roosevelt is the first I
White House debutante since 1873
when Miss Nellie Grant was formally
presented at a ball given in her honor
which was the greatest social event
of that decade.
There are all sorts of pen photo-
graphs appearing in the newspapers
about Governor Shaw, of Iowa, who
ha, been appointed to succeed Lyman
0. Gage as secretary of the treasury.
He ha, sundried whiskers, is bald.
headed and awkward. He has six
toes on each foot, but is a man of great
wealth. having recently made nearly
a million dollars in oil lands in Texas.
He is a strict Methodist, opposed to
dancing and a teetotaler, and on these
account- may not be very popular in
Washington society circles.


LKINGl BACK
To the time when she was plucked from
the verv grasp of death, the natural im-
pulse of the womanly beart is thankful-
ne&s :or the means which saved her.
and a des::c to. help
other wom-u ::: like
case. Th,--.e are the
mrott-e- %hi4ch
Sromptled Mrs. Eva
3urntt to 'r%-te the
accompan ::g te-t:-
mon:,a I. to ct:rt,: ve
pover of I 'r i'-,r-c '.
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REV. SAM AND DIVORCE.

With tw" divor'.v- in hikowi lou.c.
hoi. o)tained unnler'. (ieri.i l6w
fro in ione t '.t li .lus'ti-a l. it *i'.' o~ell
to usl that if the I ev. :aixn wt-r- n:li-
f*t miani, tihav: a h:'f %i\ way r -;*l.1 for
the amenvlities an, .l titi:l l ,p'ri,.;i.s of
life-, in hi it-ti .rirk-4 o: .1livore he
would either "reunig" or goi "-hy."
Bearing the .siot marks from head to
foot on his own person of the Georgia
divorce pot we should not think he
would have the unillemnished gall to
make faces at the Florida kettle be-
cause it hits not the appearance (.f
burnishedl s!tel.
Dwelling in a gl?-.A house our advice
to the Rev. Sam is to be extremely
cart fuf as to how he handles heavy
pro.ie'tile!..
An Historical Error.
In --ur l-st i-suc we re-printe l an
item from the lh ount Vernon, T'ex.,
lilval, in i whii tihe follovini en- -, i-
te-l ce otrr'UI rt-
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m my..' ,::^ ';' t.r,; v,('tk- ?: o *.: **t '*, r :: ;
It: T,: t I hi,' -i t'.l f i,."it th"e t:.t ?..:i *,. ?tV
w. ::.w i ,- "Va' y Fore --t.tt" 1 -
:c K ~t-.:.cky editor r:tt the litra '.
-uggt-ts that the rta-zn whty we are canii';n
out .n the co'd and -now wa- a modern repeti-
tion of the field of Monmouth. where Light-
horse farry disolwyved his commander and or-
dered a retreat.
The record will show that this state-
ment is inaccurate. General Charles
Lee, and not "Light Horse Harry,"
ordered the retreat at Monmouth and
for which he was tried by court mar-
tial and suspended from his com-
mand for a !period of twelve months.
Phosphate Motes.
Some ;of i the phosphate plants in
south.Florida are considering the ad-
vi-ability of using Texas oil for fuel.
The Prarie *Pebble Phosphate
works are operated entirely by elec-
tricity. It is economical and sati!-fsA-
tory aindt may be ad4opteld by other
comr pan ies.
The total amount of phosplhate ship-
ped from the port of Punta Go(rda


during the year l-ool was 2.I',a'3 tonu
dome-tic and IS,7.) foreign.
The:total yield of Florida mines for
l. Ml is put dohwn at 6(40,o1, against
940,0t0o inu loMi and S25,')00 in 1Sf9.
This decrease is not due to exhaustion
of the mines or scarcity of the rock
but is owing to an attempt on the
part or the operators to, control the
output in order to stretghten the
prices.
Fairbank's History of Florida.
One of the most acceptable Christ-
mas presents received at this office
was the revised edition of Fairbank's
History of Florida from the author.
This is a most reliable and com-
plete history of the state. It begins
with the landing of Columbus and
takes up the history of the state
through its varying changes down
to and including the campaign
for the removal of the capital and the
great Jacksonville tire. It is publish-
ed by the H. & W. B. Drew Co.. of
Jacksonville.
The item below recently appeared
in the Ocala Banner and was credited
to the DeLand News. It should have
been credited to some other paper.
The following is the item: "Wilkin-
son Call is putting'.sand-spurs and
hay-seed in his hair; has discarded
his vest, and is beginning to look
like 'one of the boys.' You know
what that means."
Hon. James A. Garfield, who was a
poor boy and made his way up in the
world by hard knocks, said that pov-
erty is uncomfortable, but, nine time-
out of ten, the best thing that can
happen to a young man Is to be to-sed
overboard and be compelled to sink
or swim for himself. The self reliant
generally develop into strong men.
The papers of the stnie are s.ill
printing whole .m,!uunu.s in prai-e of
the exhibits of their t.cunties at the
-tate fair. That's right. Ail the exhit-
its were exc.-llent. aldA to have c.apjtur-
A-d th- ir-t pri/e alli 'Lr- -t lany
sple-tjiis 1 e-xhibits -peak- v,,lunrus in
prai-e oif Marion .,ouuty. \We dii
wll. :Bu;t. th-n, w%,- have a ItLe
.-"unlity.
Peru,.- WVho have- llievt-r .-et t r-
fIt-tin: Ir ,. --! in ,te-r1.:i;. a:.l the
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confirmed. Justice Brown dissented.
By this decision the state will receive

The state -chool fund w- al.,,
increased Iyv ;;iiom ol n S.turday.
Mr. Perry M. ('olson, representing
Wade & MeNair, paying $:.;,0o in cash
for 31', wlacr-ervs of land, known as the
Forbes puircia-e indemnity lan0ls.
N. Jack~lsn, Da:iiville. lii.. w ite-: '
"IMy It daughter had a y.-evtre attack of
la gripp,' an'i a terrible .Ioug'l h ..-ttlh-4i
on her lungs. \We tried a great many l
nreme'l ie-s without giviniii relief. ht-
tried Folt-y's Het,-y aid T:ir whi.ih
.ur-edl her. .iv ha- i.etvcr been
trouiiled with a cougi since." Anti-
Mloopolly I)rug. Store- i
Newspaper in Trouble.
The Monticello Constitution hias
made an assignment. Under the
"cherry tree racket system" it is said
to have run up a circulation of 410,000.
The cause of its suspension is un-
known.
In pulmonary trouble, tle direct
action of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
upon the throat, chtst and lungs, im-
mediately arrests the malady, by re-
lieving the distress, cutting the plegm
and freeing the vocal and breathing
organs. Price 2. and fifty cents.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m j
McNamee Gets Big Damages,
Mr. McNamne. has won his liblt-
suit against Mr. John DIenham, tpulh-
lisher of the 'ensa ola Prts--, the jury
aware ing him #.;;, l damages.
Many an imutcent little (arlit.!z is
-iutlering untold agony and can(.ot ex-
tolain it- trouble. Mark your child's
sympitonms, you may find it troubled
with worms: iv- it White Cream
Vermifuge and restore it to q*uietiness
and health. Price 5 cient.-. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. mI
Found.
A ladies pin, set with pearls. Was
found at the la.t German. Inquire at
Montezuma Hotel.
H. L. Reynolds.
One door north of city market. Will
pay the highest prices for all kinds of
farm produce, such as vegetables,
poultry, eggs, etc. Give him a call. S2tf

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SEWING MACHINE
Do not be deceived lby those who ad-
vertise a $60.4.0 Sewing Machine for
$20.00. Thiskind of a machine can
be bought from us or any of our
dealers fron..$15..fJto $18.00.
WE MAKE A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The Feed determines nthe strength or
weakness of Sewing Machines. The
Double Feed combined with other
strong points makes the New Home
the best ewing Machine to buy.

Wte for CIRCULARS win hin
wt. manufactureaud pr. rs b -.wic purchasing

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The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature.
In sending your ordevs alway:-m!:n>' enough tocove;-- t -" .' *-.as Hal-Xga..cr: ugs 1-'.
-gallon jug. lc :2-galon jug. a25- 3 a. ('n ,'ug. 3-1 f keg- ,..
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est goods and full measure.
A trialorder wilt convince you tha:' a--. the pet.:e Termt cash with theorder.
Vours.an touJ. ooe .F. EDW ARDS.


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He Wins His Big Suit in the U. S. HUBBARD & MAC UFF
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in the lAitt-d States supremine court
last Monday by Justice Brewer The BARBEl) WIRE. CUT AND) M ENT. IDERE PL'L I
case involved the power of the state
to compel a railroad company to pay WIRE NAILS. PAINTS PLANET JR. (;R(OE (' -L-
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fci. 'lli-jul vChisti. jsAx. 4 twi- Ravi4.A'.e

Flu-a is verve valuable proj'.-rty, lo.at. 41
..t,. N~atclilte prairie, near (Prangt- 1Like,
-116 111)11WhiCh a t 131-1-1P a111)U t itf4
Tiiflhev hins been exlH-t-wl,.d in drain-
&L'E?. tilie-of S, iet ofth4f lt-mvii~i-r-i being tile
111311Itivic if riee. sugirnr owie awl t[41151W-
J. --it a l:,rra vae .:F6 -"'r lhei!attidland~
imi-r-tverijent!-. i'-rIa-- I 01141a-
J IU4 joevl'-t-Kiwxi.elded M I i. A x
!I I\ "S.'4arry ''tout imi,-td-11 iti I fill-t 4Iiri-
iuial lpurchasters. I l[" i-~s %Iip1-1\. :ah!#. 14




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ri 1ltis a c',ittitK I a 114 :4 5H 1 1 itu 4 .s ii1
fit f IIIe u~uIt Iite- sfI a.-Ql r Isn-u
al- d the o-'fI ts- pill-A it wa hy 11 n

#4 i1 .11 01 r4. !i.-h Ii f- cot
p.,-in who, r#-puil(Inertiulti. Will -'tarE.
si-k fair.u t h aii.w i*iaeal



1 1-. i s lh.-aftlajitee f. or th~ t JOU1 ij Ise andi



4td'*\ it'Z 4Ish' tie6r-runv ii *r'of alow .ti~l-

-S :.'itl sf :m le o- r v valt~i -til0.. etI* p ii*-

A,-!F, irnemans Closae Cll.-,an
%v I i :I- to I i t- e Ii 1 4 Ira'-, i :i vi cI.
e~try ~ei~t clisian overw.n r I Iwa

ltstsIllJsw, l '-i was -am adli and
.Il e t 11 13w: asv4 t-itr, I ar I It-:4 tl
414)ii. S 1 v.h-livib ut t. a Ie i,I

ot A bottemof hiClose RtC-rall. ul
aftery otkigit.ached lt I ewel. ti erve wa

&il-'l\,ale4woum~ivalways gain n olfe.ur
stretktil Aiid"Igowasriovea tand-joule,
Trwithout.any alooti-fste d sudaaiiterun



go~t1' allbottlse Iof xi-e-ht rivBir eand.sci
afe akiigit -uw, I kerelt as rt ruias I v.
fi.-A-. -kr.wot-ose u-A-lwas life : I I ft.,k
Tr th-ierutv tau i!-iiH1- 'tJ :4-. f'd.1i 'at ite
.)Yth-e. t~d~t~ let Drug, =S. es-ti-.


'a fa uo. ai druggs.ts.

Low Rates to Charleston via the Plant
System.

Oli 'w1,401111 41, lite S- 1 41 UIl

lJiiti %aY -;id. I(. CIh;id. '.'s, l, Atr1111 all
po11in !- m ''I lit I*.h e-. ,: vo,;y Ili\%* ralt-.



SThe talus I i :A. JIf ihrI olrk~jt
:4.!. t ii ( v~i t, or ait lr .ittle andy


l'ht -IIfolliewi uig ps.suty J it t- ted n
d afterd-of 4." -ia, lit. e Vit-i.. tha til
wif l iii''iBV kOtpu iii -,cedi'012.'i

$ ;:tj". he-lliirnd F. J illferr ie bt~
t -hIj-i, Oca lao di rt-,1-*.1. olly
ri-t.1. A_ tarest. Aivi-e 11.4?W.sideiee lt,


The fotlh~ing prila rt-, -.tutit'd on it)o
;:,. 1towAn'.ftor 01-2118, es and sle %%er
itd 'fVaentltsi~in If iug.onear uthiie syn-
mr~U i on lot N aid town.e t P, iter
Onoeete- t~ -thid -a!, d.'er"?il p4~ter

At Cr8ys41ta-l aRiver.u
qMrti. Mitry t.Ake)-o thit-ideuut.-4 loth
thew s h lSixtei 4*upe, nw a hwnstof
ltYe ImltV roonixrt-, itulviii tn pon u-k
Ni orvIS. A :- foulcotages aintd hosevr
agoge, on los~. t 4-. 'ite wollloattedr
proer. ie at S.\ieti h -nmad rran


LoCrst.lRvr
M.* rts 1', y. iivi, antav ioutweothatf

Wa-q t'..I rttivt-andit ~tis wlllocktated
re. '\It-. Vi'etidollas (wndepoarratge
lit' l~ af. e4 ia* o ts retand. gieo

JAPA fr NEoSE 24i



Anwa ant i nhaiti, wthreiatmi lcke-.'t at-o
s:1pr s Tt w i.Cp du~ofll ar 'fs .'(in af-i t at
fill, '.o itint r(4ient for iit s zret uren. o

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dune thm awl complete iseati.c! eVt pck"ist i ngtof
suppositor eines aph icsbofx. rn irrt a n' d two.
anxe of' Oi ntment. A nt-vS !a: i s.ng r p..o
Pitri) e vrnaueadttgt Itaks n

often liver ats .tn deatuuch *'' sud Vilor
givi '. :.re t.inec furc~t bo ':, atv-pv
a n !: I or !5 Su I.z


i/C FA' d, 1,:'t- 1i(A'AJ b

K(~tII.Vtaid !$l(t v-a -



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i'Auba~nSing to Orde


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Give them oil-<(od-iivcr oil.
It's curious to see the result.
Give it to the peevish, fret-
f .ul child, and he laughs. Giv,-
'it to the pale. ana'mic child,
and his face becomes rosy and
full of health. Take a flat-
chested child, or a child that
has stopped growing, give him
the oil, and he will grow big
and strong like the rest.
Thi. is not a new scheme.
It ha,; 1kccn done for years.
S)f C)url ",' u ml1n .,t use tht,
right ( i rutt's l'nuL.-ion
i- the 01C.
Scott': I'muiliorn neither,
,uks ior ta t.es like oil because
'we arc >o careful in making it
plea-.ant to take.
t. :.d for fice f .ampol .


Cost no more than others-

Less than some.



THE SOUTHTTAND RABBITRIES


Iualcrl im 11111)ortl'ted andlFancy Bred


BELGIAN HARES

From recent Imp, rtations, ueen Lipton, Yorkshire Lass,
Dash Princess, King \\ autage. Duke William and Dash
Wonder. Write us.
W D. MORT(N, Mgr
OCALA FIT A-



SOLEI. S Hloney and Tar cures coughs
ai c.ol -, l hoarstenes and croup,


P iurisy i::.o a and con- th, e worst
sui.ptio:: are prevented releve, are al-
.bv \ wa\s relieved by
byI-ole\ sIeVan, /aV^. ^^r T.
SFolev's IHonevy and
Tar. Asthma and Tar, and in the early


ton The proof that it la.ts done these things
tO is on tiei with c u:r dlrigist. VW guaran-
tee it to do all these things.
S, : Th'ere i< nothing "just as good'' or "just the ram '" as
Filev' A Hi v ainl Tar, although there are s:!ij ;tute on which
< d- i!rs nmak- mw re pr 'it
BANNER SALVE clres piles. It's -ai.iranteed.

For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store




Nine- HERINE.

Tenths IIERBINE

of Pure u!cS e X.,ra, .1,.

all the i .TESL th, ivr, Stomach and Bowels,

SPeople iC4 Iss the System, Purifies the Blood.

SSuffer p Ei i, Biliousness, Constipation,

From a k S~~rach and impaired Digestion.

SDiseased 0 atsad to 6v satisufti.
<* ^ .-'.. .: :- ,. '1J .- ,. ,J'ri_.-:, s4Xjal XaiB. zc:m=.
, Liver. l:*"-. o
S .iA;.., bALLAR). St. Louis. Mo,


Flr .ale.h)y Anti-MIonopoly Drug. Store





CUBA LANDS FOR SALE
[TITLES PERFECT]

IN RACTS TO SUIT PURCHASER


CLOSE TO HAYAIA-RAILEOAD RUNS '~HOUGH THE P. "

Terms-10 Per Cent. Cash-SI an Acre Per Month For Balance.


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l-:i% 11. 4H11 I(iK Y 4 Also Successor to Yankee Nov lty Works


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The---. art a..lcwahed in t ht Vu'5siaa Al-ajo.'' ~:-trict which
01~iir th- ln -t t- !'a..co nit) tr.. .k P mu,'j~t ~ I 'd~t1-
t in ..triz- i-titt'S- Vt-gi-tatliz-, lit, .11(l i~s.- 7'-
n~ow 1e- r g pianitt ( on t his I- ~ctr? h n.!ite d acte, Sr :z'-
Moiii dacik :.:ay -.in(!% loam.- 'a:.,MAI',I % 'a :u l 77N:.- r" ~
btx>; -in through thi tract


For Further Particulars Apply to

THE AMERIGAN LAND COLONY F

Prado 126, Havana, Cuba.

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the Wes ant1'4iaii', ei~f ":Ihiv,'.- 1r..
Ir.. Arinstronciu "Fo~r'le. kr two
centw lesaftrer Ita' *Spii:,.-:;;%!s -i W ii
gum In the ltard: 41 ol'1 of' Ow tthi e-v
O Ilit was %littlt~ '4- 11t1311 1
It.p. Old ivrca. t'i. '. %A.' '444 Cl I II i ('40
Iambus on his sv.e.'.iid voy~agpe. made a
note of all ( la'stie ['all whiche was 1ziold.
vd truni the, gum (1 a tree. At their
games the niude Hlaitians made It
bound high Ja the itI~r. The Azter-s were
familiar with the gui arnd called it ule.
and fo them th.- Spaulards learned
to smear It on their (coats to keep out
The wet. Ticy hiad crossedi the seai
for gold and nerer drvamled of a timne
when the stIh'Ly 1.11k the uncouth In-
dians drew frx-nt strange trues would
be 'worth wore thanth le treasure of the,
bills.
"Jose. king tit I ,.rnz,-aJ. An iZ'.conivs
down to Its :!.. f' 'wearer rof :I jia :r of
lwo~t tfts ten 1 owI l'aa:to be' 4t4 .,,
with a win te:prii, f &:':to.o 1% .:ta
Aver t'bvOatO h14' 'l4twt're ,tI Coui~ 1
Yantkee .01li411:.'1 1"1'.i. -1 o'4' sf 1)44' 1, q4
ruldIer v-,:!. N ', > '4 ''
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work of anl Eu1llI101u.1In It WasI"1
.1ve. 2114., of i 'r t I M 104 1 nt-%U! .I
beat. iiIn 21 & ln i r-Iu.; NMaokln:tq.'t.f
Glasgow 14-w. 'ie--eodnaphtha and. d:
solving rutbber III it, prIodllc4d a va!'niu-0
which, when zrca: it n cloth.rnia~le' it
really imierv!4 us to "'atvr-. Most ot
the rubber need In The vvkrlhl st Ill eonies
from t equtoril ISoutl. Amtnrioi. nail
the foreipteswhlaro the Indlans gath-%roed
tilp are as dcns,44e 144ay :111d alm(Ost -is
little known It. %\hitt, men sr !U The
lime of Cortep.-

Why Tber Were Selected.
It larbt-.rooni-.'d ,I!,t General
Henry hnov. li 1w. : the "great-
.t** kt 11 o".:'-''.'i oi-ers of thet
it ri. y ~ %N t-4 -.: 1.. N tII
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v LV,, 'vDNEYS an1 I 00(J. Try it.

____25 and 50 cents at your Druggst. __


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"To sui, [1., !l f the big uoder,

1116--r **top-,-. 4 .11As inuoch as it Wotuld
to build a mlode~rate sized house.l~
"Not nil of ibe g-reat bl~uldingoc "tiuh-e
awnings S 5llt Of the VCr-V larget~
haliv e h~e" :' ri'mn-111al exposu re ill such :a


The purest Cfinese Is spoken at Nan-
k I :anl s c:1llid "the language of tl.e


Stops the Cough and Works Off tihe


Cold


curt- a co4ld ini one dayv. N o cure.


Clubs of Five.

a vluh tof live t.i4i sbt-4riben- 'we w ill
ski Lil;e74%,P- .I Li4.isa i'-r y %is*


Hour nv andtm rr 1.ab4AUe' the iL,,L
for all disemase of whe tirout aL .d
ssuugS. lDealers are zauiLiorizeti iLu


l-iet'e. 'tie .uti-.NlvuujKoly Drug L~omre. HI
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I)Onlugi an Elephanl.
A difficult operationn was performed
the other day at the zoological gardens
at Hanover An elephant was suffer
Ing great pain from a growth on the
lower part of one of Its hind feet. andi
It was deemed necessary to cut this
malformation away. In order to ren-
der the animal Insensible a dose of 600
grains of nmorpila in six bottles of rum
was administered. This dose took
about an hour before any visible effect
was produced. The elephant then fell
over in a kind of sleep. and the opera-
tion was snee'tsfully carried out with-
out auy further ado. The operation
iasteil in all three days.-London Globe.

Of thret- wires of the same thickness
one made of gold will susta n 150
pounds. ,one made of copper 302 pounds.
one of r-on 540 pounds.


Our manager, Mr. Maurice Strauss, is too

well known in this city and county to require

an introduction. Call on him-he will treat


you in a genteel, business-like manner.


want your trade and by getting our prices

before purchasing, we are sure you will give


it to us.


Respectfully.


STRIP S & CI0


^on.tezuma Exch Pn,.p,



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The Montezuma Hotel


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SNotions Stock


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OPEN THE YEAR ROUND.

I ittle r IEntire -New 'lhm~tucu.Refitted ;amid 1II.Uurumi,%ho..
Nv.w Buh B oorm-. Ilit; Tablet%erslire


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A TI' ~ ;1'L 'ii)DER liPTi p-iVA'F:KjI ~f~


A. E. DELOUEST


HARDWARE


WHISKIES


WINES


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Whiskies'at Wholesale Prices




Arc desirous of announcing to youjlhat they
have added an entirely new line of WVhi-kie:
to their trade at the
MONTEZUMA EXCHANGE -
$ Strauss' 76, Hunter, Planter. Pullmnani Rye,.
* Muriay Hill Corn and others too numerous
to mention.


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'Iatct. 41'?0-110111 tile Sealon of tilhe r13i.
whemit fl:tt all in~jilotnlant event oceur
rviod. 4Clem.-tvt Alexandrinus tell,. uit
that it viw kesittoly mauy Christian-,
In AlitiI and toy "me In Egyp.t in thv
month l'4(-ho41. corresponding to oiir
May. hut Ienz lit..fori' thoewieoilclfir4t
Nfee End 1fixtI4l the dayt. --.arating. it
rown 114' Ipipliatit a (-uritous 4 !ri *tnf-
,etanq 4* linti l otit4rId to fix fore ver thei
4-t.serrvrjti-vof it in the Eurtoloan mid
,A iult.-r.

!ul I 4 ic r. Ivi; t cli offfit# day fl~it- sry
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t*ii I%-( c., v that pieri d -timelf

.-:mtutv :4 a innuton'g the Rtomansw on the
*-utii ii ttid 11wThe~ ior ft-ast of the Swaudi-
11*A'% Inh1 It nu. n41 urifotzs fact that they
ai zI. '1' tri'Itiiti;-al as No timie of
frot -v I% a ll.
liIn V'11*.' "11.1 u believe lh'tiie had
rulitti i.,n izitougit to lha't' lolnteil he'r
-ulrtw a iit~ iiSaiurrialia was a.1 esQ35
,rf "~critit1-.'t. Saturti of soei3I.-il fIi4ality
and ofrt t' .'mi% hievi.iste. The %lave cin

t''.'fitte' ri~n'tvr fofix, te week qfif he 'f4'5i-
ng. and L.is tiia'.ier (P1ut4-iltetime m-rid-
uJ.1:1- o"4h'r. %'o. h ie ga14 wre. Ituifetomi.
f'?'' !it %trotE4t prs4ot-t (falo s anti in il e l
Itmif- %4%a11% 4telk41 if the chief veieI' n4ft'i
Oft lit#\f'St 4) rgle'. inql"leribaIlle

Tit.- st,x ka4m.zr- .:.0441 tit(- easou Jule
ifi hIi. 4, Vulo. atidthey celebrated It in,
eh-ric'wawl a~1driaaIiug. iwi'ideto; uankitig
*llj'*to '1'i~tr. %riolnd a great blaz-
.ti 1-r I -1.g f''netugi t41i'burnifor lthe
v .. %%. 4Lkoff thi. luttowus '~feast-
r.ig. owhliung thle half hare ox boner.
to tUfie P-t a nd passietithe wa'saii

1. ; rni 11 yie kitinhftentd thew.
gs:1--alII 4 ttti'.jlinautitutionti;which it
44%01111 I-t .?i1tim'.t. So it wisely adoi(4j1e
thvi.'?: umim tg tit* sacriticial rites there-
*tf t It, u. nrsi:;p ftr the loomn Chris~t.
z 1!t- fe. s..t--of their grwis~est



t,4r *'kw anf-'sref'.'- ; itih.r i'?ssrvcI at
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Jerry

Burnett


::A. Merchant



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to any particular store.


You


can win them byv convincing
arguments.
A convincing argument at-
tractively displayed in the ad-
vertising columns of this paper
will reach the eves of hundreds
of buyers in this community.


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Des....
MqCopv:oRlrs &c.
Atirnee senng a keteb and dewn-It oinn may
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pentt frevw. 44 7d"A We*cy ftor .ectirinn)patent A.
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dulal 544 of any ocient sde joeurnni.I Trnot.Va
Fear; f.'tur months. IL &)IdUy idI nt w Pdpale'm.
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the great vegetable
piirif-r andl tonic. 1
the ideal remedy iti all
S Th.re I.re nOo4p~ates of
:.:Ta3in it. to !i-z:-'5 llt- digestion and

WVe I.iV4e :p.-C red a Special I~txok on
Wirumatisr-i whichh ever sufferer from
Spatinfuii ic-easce shoulit read. It is the
n. .- eomnlete and interesting book of
the kind ira existence. It will be sent free
to any one desiring it. Write our physi-
cians fully and freely about your case. We
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PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

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