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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: February 7, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00626
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the


VOL XX XV. No. 30.



atom: vLs *&m WILL NoT

11meut TWut rurOF TH6 lIEU.; NOR
6mN it.

Oun N. Alfrerd ai on tile tick list

Or ID. C. Hall, of Cliello, was in thle
'sty ytellrday.
Flerrle fo'utrul the 'turpentine

,.tme-te~ry 1oist's ".atie-d mata 'ared fojr

aS iill iavrivo' ti Il-ala next ua-ek to

e' i t! aI IU .11 -.-I jIeaI of A

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'naam. sfiMonay.of

l.OA rti C'hll 'ione cures fevers,
,-AAim and malaria. It dttroy(3 the
9r9aM W'e uaraulnt it. Price 2.*tas.
Wei. Anliermin.
(lsIt J. 1. I--'ie, of Tampa, was
,* S,-1i Moulay We understand th.-
mlair |ur|.,--- .f hi. visit i. to buy
***** ,attle..
\l -- Mlill. <'.nninit i i in Tampa
it a'a i-itl t, ti-er sitter, Mrs. L. \\.
slel liii later hIie will visit rela-
* iv^sn K*\ \\ 11- t.
Malalial l.soi'.i. chill"' alnd fe-ver are
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'a '. --*r- t hiat are L.ueru'l
"1roeS ii %14,11Cilthe '. athi'ay ,f tile'

''r if r J.-rm1 ihilm-I- has apj 'ei Itel4h
111.It, 4", Lin, af hnrltel. -is thle
- hiso?'' l'-1'l el to t~r*-pr#--t-rt Fleiri-
,It st Tit o&snuml r'eallitt eE11AVOe1litiorjto [t'e
1,041 it 4 'harit~h-'t-i -t i -,gly ii to .-4-rtary-
V 1.4 I tiamaundl Nariti- lulloick, tw'ao
.of I I :sH*.lii. itfrMctive' A1141Imbjall.
int %-i ie .l .-. r.'isitive their .~it-
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Ocala to Have a Genuire Attraction.

hi'imit-e that the' .\lkahae-t I .'vcciiui

.-ily I- t- haVe'N11'. 1i4lh 1 ). 4 'ri hw.
fill 'i'i tfiew'-di ax F1.'Isiara 11-
lie j- -:01tiul fit, : at tINCelII.sI foti:'a-
that i,- art -Anldp' 1111~- te'i li :111113111
-eit-1 i' o q hseiiil, 1,111111Y tam :11,vv'. lit
LI'4it Ill ta-te. Ii is -i'il forte'+- i-
''Iimamor''amild ~ nas :ll '-'rs'iii'tuIr lie
i%; !-pie of fly *v -eere' crit; i'as It- im!ii
ipartivulariv fitie. We -.flil havoc ill
Or. in.urrie. a!- 'well inl all tit*- attrmt--
oKi'in- under the atl-pict-.4 of Ithais 'as'-
st ime-I lrtoitit, adetit ila. rif ui.- I :aiilItoh'-i vI e
that they- will ri-f'eive a v, r~y Iiti.rali
'at ii .zange frmtii this ci on lmiiit v.
Afit-r Mr. 4 'tirrie, ion "fi r.'h P!, we
willI have thle Ila rke-u LCui Iee t I e'mii pa ii.
Spanish Coin Found at Old Ft. King.
?"'iiiolmy after miul,t'rhaiik hfarri-. ir..

%a' hlt-i.the-re- 1iicke'th41isl.'a %. -H pr'- i v. #I

I lit- Ill 'tile' t. iat '.a oil* ofJo.eia ':q-j"-
itoh andtuithi- fiarrtlitr Iiit-rirlhuo ii, ''l)i
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Spring Moving.

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Skheel Tlaehrs in Ssiase.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Marion County Teachers' Amociation
was held In the armory Saturday
morning. There were quite a number
of teachers in attendance.
The following subjects were die-
cuwed: "The Teacher in the School ;"
"The Teacher Out of Hehool;" "Shome
of Our Mistakes;" "How Shall ('hil-
dren be Made to Love Good Books;"
"The Advantages of a Uniform Course
of Study."
Theme subjects were discussed by
the following teachers in the order
named: Mi -s Pemberton, Miss Van-
Fleet, Miss ('lark, Turney, and
I'rofe-sors Overhultz and Randolph.
Professor VarL spoke of "Child
Study," and Superintendent (arn
amve a very interesting talk onu the
pr A teaelher's "leading C'ircle" was
s-ou-hit tio loe established and a com-l-
1iiilee to arrange plans for saiiuti is
,iilmtosldi of lProf. P. \. 4 .reeni. Prof.
J.loiali \'ari, Superintvndent i 'arn
lndli Mi- < laudia Miller.
Professor 4 reen is president and( BIlanche Hall is secretary of the
v.ounity a-sociation, and both were in
their places yesterday.
Found His Instruments.
It may be remembered that some
days ago the Ocala Banner an-
nounced that someone stole Dr. New-
Nom's surgical instruments from his
buggy. The thief evidently did not
know whose buggy it was and thought
be was stealing a grip-sack contain-
ing articles that would perhaps be
valuable to him. When he opened
the ease and discovered the set of
instruments he took them to the
Taylor iind and threw them near the
edge. They were discovered the other
day lby a little colored girl and re-
-,tore'd to the owner. Ail of the in-
Astrumenits we're intact and had rusted
it'l v.ry i ittl.-. T 'i- i- th" o...1il
Trni- th lli lDr. Net'w im ,i htls L -itl-real :
-iiiii.I I..--. Tit, tir-t -,- t wa- like-
'a a,- --t''ll ftruil Inh Iti .r.y atii W -l'e
, ''. -,. i. v, ,t "- !:,= .-t tl.- i l ((,' il'
if i well. nit v- y far ftriomt hI -|pot
'hIrc, tlh,-,he l'i-t \- r1" t >i*), I' n t h liek y
! te' h < lile l is ri-t l ;tl i '> I ,r Vaitl, .-.

The iantiouincement of the marriage
of Mis ('eei'.e Mann and Mr. Johni
Croft will as a surprise to the many
friends of the bride in this city. 'I lie
Weddlindi took place Wednesday at
I'lanit C'ity where the father of the
bride now lives. It was a very quiet
atltair, wittei-sed only i-y the imninedi-
ate r,-lhtiv-<- andl frietid.s of the young
Mtr. :itiii M\ri. ('roft left fat lionce for
.l:-k.xinvilit- wherl'e they will reside
Mr. I'roft is prl'ominenti ill niercantile
eirele. in thlit city.
'I lie bride i- a lovely 'younl)t woman
and has lived all her life in this city.
'"he hais a hli-t of frie-iils li-re' who
join with tl. )rtl..a ltil,-r in wish.
inii fr lei-r at ,riiiht, pro-qperous aind
happy life. ihit at ath te armiiory Mr. 1 IL.
No)rtliutt rlve' lii- weekly -oire. A
Vtery" ol,'-:t'.i eveiiiLi wai -.tit.
The Manatee Lemon Company.
'1tie t.iri'lor. -4t i\\' a'(ove orLanii-
/. 1ti ,ni li'li th' aliniitl iiif iling at the
(I '"ila fs,'u-ct 0 '.:,rda-l\.
Ii i-'. ne of (thie t t.-I lr> lpertit the' -toat' :lil'l tIle IMids aret I- eltlinz
r:-pi,i ly I:-i -: V i:tar itl i'- c li ti ly et.\ 'ih iei
oli iliiih>",v' i ll*I -< la'rrty-f ur h itliti-
-alin <,il:ir i .iil iril ,.tck ill rel riis
i Hit 'a". ii hili" m *l iiltr~.
l I\ ii' *-- ti 01 iie ihli e' t r ttilr ipit.
il I'ii- lt f I Ir I l-', I ii a t ilir f ll ttitll i-
i i ri r l r I' t I r. i 1f t -r Iti.I I
i'he.y t to l iitlke it the l
f ile i, ait h oi :L.iir"r ti rop rties iii tie
w iritd.
"i'l l ,ti la tre very rihl, -pid.llidly
a3t:i. ed ollih growtwli of all tropl-al
fruit- o inil i- i "Aopn" io a
1r*#,:'*1 r in -f, \v -tilth tlian was ever
fru 'l -tt At. K 4in 1i k-.
Wkat'c Vnur CFa ta laWthk?

Stops the Cough and Works
Laxative BIroino Quinine
curt- a cold in one day. No,
pay. Price 25 cents.

Another Stock Farm.

Off tht

cure, nol

STue Hi'le property. perh;ip l bet:*er
known as the Moore place, was ,.ld
again last MMondlay and Mlr. If. }I.
Whitworth of Tennessee, he ile lithe
Mr Whliitworth sees wonderful p
sibilities in store for I-l rida in stock
farmingi aud proposes to coiivert this,
place into a moi tel stock farm.
It is splendidly adapted for the puir-
pos.e leautse tilie lands are rich and
well watter,'d.
'I'lli vlvet h 'in, ipetinut antid ,:assava'
S-eei sle.t-iiietd to '\\irk a revolution for

You Know What You Are raking
When y'i take 4 ('hill 'Touni, liectuise the formula i.-
plainlyl printe.l on every i oltle., how
iill iltat i is i -illi ly Iron aiiat (lii-
liliit ill a tLa-t -l'-e forill. No tiure. It"
piLy. *"
The rei. l:r illa niii ili'-eting of th."
s'',t-khi ldl-rs< f TI'le I Ititiiellni P n l
iphItt- ('i p i"taii"y 'A ill i0e h-e10 at the fof-
ti'.-e of thec. i'a l >i y i tt lo,'kw.ll. 1a a-
rilot ti-ll'i.V. Flocrili, oil Trle 'itiy,
l r i ir >r l t'-h I l i' *it l ,,.I ,0.> K i ,,ll.
1 :. -"t I{ \LI'II I- I i :I :, S.Itec.

I The reg-'ullar annui l tmetini, of tilhe
Ss.tokhltoilers of tIe- Port lihlis Ter-
it n tal 4'.uilin viy will ti- h1 li at thie
otll e of the comiiiptl y at lolkwell.
\la:rionu county. Fl' ', oii Ti-esdiy,'
Fetriitrvy i i, I .1 1 si t I o'.loctk p. in.
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loping Cough,


a. -Ideal"r Eatertainm-et.
Among the most original and pleas-
ant affairs given in Ocala this winter
was the one at which Mrs. Frank A.
Teague entertained a few of her TAI
friends Monday afternoon. It was
called an "Ideal" party and it came
up to its name in every respect.
After the guests had all ar- C ER n EA r
rived, each was given a needle, thread
and a square of cloth and told to
etch a picture of their "ideal" man.
No drawing wasallowed, only sewing. For COU|
Some of the results were very ludi- Co lid
crous, while others were exquisitely
excellent. A great deal of fun and W ho
merriment was caused by these "ideal"
men. The prize, al beautiful Gibson Etc.
head of an ideal man, drawn by Miss
M. B. VWartmann, was awarded to
Miss Florrie Crook. SOLD AND ;rIAl
Later in the afternoon a dainty
lunch was served in the dining room T H POSTOFFIC
ty Miss Teague, of Lady Lake, Miss T H nO I L IA f
Wartmaiinn and .Miss I)ye. 1. .i. GERIl
Mrs. Teague's4 guests were, Miss
T'-airue, Mrs. E. I,. Iarniy, Mrs. H. m
R. Clarkson, Mrs. William Ho-.ker,
Mrs. J. J. (;-hrig, Mrs. W. V. New-
som, Mrs. F. L. Watson, Misses Byrd r
Wartmann, Harriet, Dye, Esther Mr. Carn Does a Handsome Thing. |
Weathers, lauia Miller, Claude In order to encourage the art of pub-
Bond, Minnie Gamsby, Louise ty, Florrie Crook, Edith Piatt, Meta lie speaking, ey writing and, upern
Drawing, Hon. W. D. 4'arn, superin-
Jewett, Margaret Eagleton, Nellie tendent of hoolsr this ounty, ha
Stoves and ar Harris. offered fifteen dollars in prizes as 'fol-
A Stock Farm for Ocala. lows: Five dollars for the best origi-
Capt. T. H. Johnson has been' ex- nal speech on any of the following
perimenting for some months past subjects, viz:
with a stock of cattle fed on velvet Resolved, That a compulsory educa-
beans, and is so much encouraged, tional law should be passed and en-
that he has organized a joint stock forced.
company for the purpose of going reg- 2nd. Resolved, That Jefferson was
ularly into the stock business. The a greater man than Washington.
company is capitalized at $20,W()M and Five dollars to the boy or girl who
the farm will be purchased near this will write and read the best original
city. I essay on either of the following ul,-
C'apt. .Johnson says thy will raise je,'ts:
the linest grad,,l sto'k. Some 1st. The value of trees.
mionthi- :_,o liie -t\ ihe ptur-h ed t 2nld. Does edulttion pA:y?
three liinidred anii tllirty-foiur lheai Fiv llars to the 4y or 'irl who
%%,i ll,1 j1i til t. elt-;ti ,)tj 1 ,,tir "ll 1 ii,)
oif tieef .atic l.f ov-ra -i/ iitlti td llitid lti'elli intlO 'f lield ti Flor'l'ii .
VuIVil t lw) ;i ls, ; ill I tw o l ti.)litl is 1111t I' l i-" i l<
teln dia s tliy dsilo l ) t1 li.-ir w .'_.lit. t t i i in- l -li f' tlati i t!i trori, t '- tli' v' lv t.i !i l :ltt-ie ;i e iw A ll ptU piilh n tti iljl ti t. ri'/ I
Ofr.a fo r 'l p in h ald l a itit fri l i ll \ l 111 I1ii igt lit i 'n .'lll:ftr ;it., .llrlili f Il -- nil
i; i,-. i- it- lii' torV i t. a li ock t -ii'e -ing !u lid 1,'cii I itl lh ,' ,l*t'til y t I llu ilW
-ti (', t'f ,,br lv for ',v1W-. tdit fng lio'lrsl t!n I| fl i'-ii t ti t l in t .
'alii iti s 'r e t.i <,, ">. tta11 'a; rh i lt a w ilul V :!l', w ,ie l '4w itl. oi
1e y- lli:l A 1l ,i1u r, .w ift, :1 4 f ><-k-. l' t ilu t --'a w ri.i.t j
itheiyr r.Ie-,,r ii/t, this fa t, and thi,' l, ,, ti t: t lkey r rli d li i
ilotrida velvet ,wan l I l i.-,-f i. gaill- Ihe l llfroam t hil sa li 4 a rptp .ltalioll ill t i l Ii ark ets thie o1-.
that it i- milingi, in 4ompetletion with T The ptarenti awii thle l 'pu lic e-ir-
west.r'l e f ib eeil a ilthe western tetf is now ting sold in t lit It il ont-lt t.
Tampiia several cents chealpr than MIr. Cari vertaiily dleserves ;a vot <(of
i ily otiheritVr iv in ilie south, thank-s frr his gt-tii-rtisity. a, nd hi!
\\e wish C;ipt. .Jlohlnson anld lis t-tflrts to inspire tie :boys arild irls
stock farina aiiuuidant success to gr'-ater elforts alniig til lilies lie
At Hymen's Altar S>.l Udt'".

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Iorthwast Corner Public Square.





ihOLt,),I'- 1IiROM Only the best
Ol'lt OVEN material goes
into the oven and
only the
rolls (ut. It is delightfully crisp and
wholesline. A few slices buttered is a
rneal in itself and almost as nutritious
-is nicat.
Or-i"ri for lHr,-al. etc., canl e more
satisfactorily filled lby

than by any other bakery in town,


Piano- and tor4 iii- tulied, regulated
antd repaired in a first class manner.
\lso make a .sp',.'ity of repairing
fine violins- and, guitars.






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Mr. Allen Walkley left Tlursday
for Jacksouville where he will work
for the present.

Hons. 1\hi. Wade Hamnpton, H. A.
Thrasher and Syd Carter, three
of (ainiesville's Iost iroulinent law-
yers are in the city on imicortalt a u- -
iness before Judge W. S. lBull ck.
Mr. It. R. Striplinr, of Anthony,
special agent of the New York Life
Insurance Company, was in Ocala
Wednesday and left for Dunnellon
wheie he will talk insurance for sev-

eral days.
Mr. Dick Miller, of Fellowship, one
of the mort unique characters in this
county, and who is said to have bush
els and bushels of buried treasure,
was a c-onspicuous figure on our streets
Are yu restless at night, and hliar-
assed by a lad cough ? I'se Ballard't
Horehound Syrup, it will secure you
mound sleep, and effect a prompt and
radical cure. Price 25 and 50 center.
Anti- monopoly Drug Store. mII
Miss Minnie Benton, of Monticello,
Ga., is the guest ofMrs. IL. H. Morris.
Miss Benton arrived in our city Wed-
needay afternoon. Her picture re.
gently adorned the columns of the At.
lants Journal and that paper said
she is one of the mc-lt beautiful w)o-
men in feiorgia.
What Californians Say About Them-
Edward Hyatt, the tenul*erianice lec-
turer, residing at Itiverside, ('al., re--
icently went on a seven week-,' travel
through the state 4of ('alifornia and(
the things he saw are almost itoin-
ceivableto the residents of this state'
of glorious climate and -teady ihaiits..
WVe make the following qu rotation:
'lir-' .. I a- -, e in e,'< tolakz'.'i- I nc 't'-'; i I, 7 -I t e -
tha 1 lha;v -, n ;.lct-;eth. ilc n t '-d !ia :
**ix T y"a'- r- t -'I c-t
'** ,.nn I t,\re' '. I i .- -a '
lvictl e iic r i ii ,.. V l 4 1 t
arg- tl.,t ,'at a
ar th, t :iu. t : :i .-'tI < .. -

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u u ,\, i CT e! a i, .' I : I i : : 'e e
i t !I ,- :l -'I', 't a '.. '1 '-ae*
"et -a v.' \' i'--. ii.? --e' i 'i': ":'ae 'a"-e

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Anti :-'akiitgof tht e eojIle 4 f II ver-
,idle antid ltelltland. the .a le,-ria li.
Pres sty -s:
*n Is tmi (ll '- H .0 1' \i .' : .n "
'e. 1, a .t R v' t I, d' .,'l "1:I i '-1 "
shouldd! Id it t -'w'. Th.' \ ,' : t i'
Ioh1:t '' :t "* t k" t -' the :* 11 t t d1 ,
tlLau t Ofi- t V F IZ') t,
morAning tri'l in the ttI l o :i t. i .- r -
te tbhan Itya dll(iI .t Oil a Plg P? I '- II IaT ink : :-
whi.' they g .' 1 h o~e" a l tl ; it-
hi e d, that t he I a tid i t
If what ii .4 l-0 Ve rII Il it-W ,' pi"er
say ,,f it are trill. (alif f' ti :i t r-
tainly a tough and taijnt'it ,)joi t 'tr i
caticle t11 gi a'ard.
Mrs. Brown to Entertain.
T'l'e fdlowi ."g un :,iC al ,,vve. in-
vitatibi.n" lanet I,'t' t --" l'-* fe: le!i'\
aw tt hl'r-aa it y 1 M i ai.e la'., .. '-'**-
If 'iat ]I 'o i
plily it' r" i r it'i,'. "M c..
teFox. ofrmf tAla. "

Mr. George Hays Es Hurt
Mr., ;eorgte l ilays, in;ight- emi ra!"er at

evi acide< t last night lie f>ll froln

brtisetd himself considerably. In the'
fal he badly wrecked his fine gold
waie ind oamle very near dislocatiag~
his demlder.
A oight Arrest. s
Jim Brewn ant (Heorge Washington e
beesme entangled in a little displt, j
last might and Brown struck Wash- t
i pte fr e o the head inflicting an uglt .
g dI. Policeman MeDavid succeed-
im capturinn W hinagtoa whilt"
Bfwm escaped.

Beth participants were colored.
Lukeabill Acquitted. l
E. D. Lakeubill, charged with em- N
oewlin g a large sum of money from
theSeaboard Air Line while agent of io
the company at Fernandna, was ac- d
quitted la.-.t Wednesday. p

Biddies Constgned to Tomb.
Pittsburg. P-et. 6.-The remains of
Edward and John liid-dle w re quietly
interred in a single trav,, at Calvar'
cemoter-y at t:43 o'cloc-k this mne)-nin-.
There t.ere not more than =5 p.-'rsofnp,
i2(It, ::;:c 1I:c I.ret, ***r. I;.'; ry I' ,. '



Gen. Chamberlain's .Recollections of
the Day of Lee's.Surrender.
T,, ti lt.- I :' : ->l c ,;'t' B;:Im n i
P III I .A I IF.1i. lA i'ENI. F -l N. I 'I!41 .
As (ee rai l 'lllerll (Iiia l i i-.,o \ wtll
known in Ocala 1 thought lerhalirs
thle-t uelo .-et 'cll ilaj .n which was It cu
Ironm the New York Sun, would in-
terest your readers.
ltespectfully yours,
'P., 1> .-l ,il f t sp i ,nn_Sir- A

1 t Lilt" JeAloLr n til e&" sUU--cu; x %
few days ago Majcr-Gen. Joshua L.
Chbamberlain, ('ollector of the Port of
Portland, Me., received from a North
Carolina gentlemen a letter requesting
information as to the exact words used

by Gen. Chamberlain in a short a
dress to the bearer of a C'onfedera
battlellag on the morning of (.e
8 Lee's surrender. The words are givw
in the "Personal Reminiscences
G (en. Robert E. Lee."
A gallant color bearer, as he d
livered up the tattered remnants,
his flag, burst into tears and said
the Federal soldiers who received i
"Boys, this is not the first time yp
have seen that flag. I have Iorne
in the front of the battle on Ia any
victorious Ield, and I had rather d
than surrender it now." "Brave ft
low," Mainu. "I admire your noble spiri
and 4ionly regret that I have not tl
authority to bid ou keep your t1
anid carry it litiomie as a precious hei

NN while the writer hereof was paying
his respects to < en. Chamnberlain I
day, lie was periittted to make a colt
4of the answer which Gren. C('hanmbeli
lain sent to the North Carolina getl
t.leman. Here it is:
"I thank you with peculiar pleasure
fer your fline and appreciative lettit
3and the refereintce thereili to ) *OI
llnotice of a simllle act of mine at tIl
surrtnler of ,Lee's arilny. I halid it
-supposed that anybody rct-ieflitberel
or cared, what 1 s-aid onl tlite ,,ca'ieil
rt-fei-r-cl to. I rinernreer it \e.ll, fet
it was t e la.-t tl ia gur'melT ictred tliert-
andt it a':time- ini iorne lby :a litti
relltitall t eof : a regimilent whillih 11aii
rl-'eitly lenrll, tiinik, acting as s
hie 'iljuti-le'r, tirt anil l t Ilerfo i
c'atame in late'i in il l cereinqony, af tt-
iteini r liev., fro, Iithat dlt'*il. Ti'4
i'or t-llo-w., ,or I would rather -s-y
lit'e iiobl f,-ll,'s, cilunl, to tIhat iol
tl Ag, I battle--'s'atike-l, ai ti hlood st. ii et '1
a- if it '-rev har.r t-ian l lifn te t tin lni-
dear a IIirtthilo i l andl l] i .r. I f. I
tl;eir fe-elin :itil .-aid t t ho lianIl So-li
thilnur like yo*-iu hvlve quoted.
"Yo ia:twy ,nolt kt1now that in forml'l
iiin !ly lilevs to receive tlhe surreiiet-r
o4 lie larls ald colors, I had giver,
i 'ii-tru ii'i is for- thlte regillieIit sUc -.-
aively, as the resplteive ill nftelera' -
c",ll tIai ler' :ndldiviillls wer, If.t-
Ji l our t'rnt to) forina for this last at'!
ii arit sI, l co'lie to (lie 'rarry' o(f tih
manutal, then e:all:-.l te i', i 'sh-e Icer
in tokena of respect t for brave nien atol
ill a deep se.'Ie, comrades: ailtl thl-
beitii !o'ew, wwas re spoidted to ill a
like iali ler by thie L :tsing e lllllin.
Wa- ricet ibis a crandl feature of lIthi-
la:-t il'' ,lintil' ill arti' s of two t histori-

If yoil an id f the 'Old1 Nowr(
: t,,-.' I w '1l( like' to ) leet you.
l'i-i-1 w a11tn in ail wayv- ii.iily lthan thio-" she'
-#lt to tlhat 'reat ordel. I accept
with ilratitudll yiur good wi.-Ihe. fort
what your naturally consider my tle-
,lining years. I do not feel a'- if ny
years were dec'lining-except al lto
their numeric-al remainder. In all
that wakes their value I look upon
themn as mIounting. 'The best is yet
to be.' od grant it may be so with
you. With high regard, truly yours.,
Don't irritate your lungs with a
stubborn cough when a pleasant and
tftective remedy may bte found in
Bililard's Horehound Syrup. Price,
5 and 5.J ceuts. Anti-Monopoly Drug
sore. n1
"The reader may make up his rinch
o be pleasantly overwhelmed by the
'puleuce and vivacity of "'Around the
*an", publi-hed by the Nutshell Pub-
ishing C'omndany, 1059 Third avenue,.
'ew York.
The wonders heging with the front.
spie."-e pic:'ture of president McKinley,
rawn in a single line tbegining at :a

eoint on the. cheek bone and goiig
r niid aril rouid it, a costantll
it enitriwr circle, with waveriits ainol
lowlteraring.s of the- p- a in the i'roti.r
l:ae to -ee' detachment ?ini -ishrt-
niI. e' aire tli tlhat flli- j., e r -i
i- --. -idietre- tli-- i',-" uti 'l a.- V. t,' I
f !I k i I th w r!- 1". ..,i i .







Barges From Newport Go Down ln
Great Gale.
New York, Feb. C. --Thi re is 'v ery
rea-son to ) Ie-lieve that tlhr,,c ikai:'r.-
coriI lla'1e from Ne;wport Nt'w. !:ir
Boston. have been lost at s,a as a r'-
suilt of the. storm on1 Smlay night and
that 1l pel, ople complising tilhe ,cre\\
have perished.
The barges were the Antelope. H I!,
of Oregon and Mystic li.lle. Thi-v
were in tow of the tug Richmond and
the finding of a place of wreckage
bearing the letters. "0. P. E.." lnrds
confirmation to other information at
During the height of the blow. tile
Richmond's heavy tow ina; hawser
snapped and the largs went adrift
off Fire island. The tuig Itichni:orn
belongs to the Chtesap.ak.' and Oihiio
Railroad company. Agent Willet, of
that company, says that Sunday after-
noon the Richmond. in command of
Captain McConnell. left New York
bay with three liarge-. in tow. eoal I-a
den. Each barge had on board threo
men. Ih'Sides the'" lthre-e thire Wv.' '
Captain Miller and his wife,. who act
ed as cook on the l argue Anterlope';
Captain Haiding, (of the Heh]lio of Ore-
gon. and Captain Rodgers on the Mys-
tic Belle, a total of 13. persons. Agent
Willett was in thl phone ((oimmunica-
tion yesterday aftrrneoon with Cap-
tain McConnell, who halid r-ac'hlied New-
port. I. I. Tlit bar h s,ae he said. wer *
well out to so;n at *; o'clock Sunday
night off thi" Lon, I.-iindl (oast. The
roipe ftom tI filr\\ argue iparti''I
and the barges \\rT; tlowi n away front
the turg.
Captain .11,('ConrI said I. ,lid nlot
give up the hoipe rof re sl ing the in'ii
on the lbare'.s- until it h,,fam- tfioo dark
for hin to distinaniFh tlhemn. The t,'g
thon luaehd' lor Nvet ,,-rt. C(;i;,ain .Mc
CoTi'lell tllillks ih" halirgi a ;id tlhid se
aboard ( t i l :f th i laV e 1i.'-t.
A body l'u, i, e l lh, l .,.11 |I.I i r i
bleach .1 e'>t'ted; ',. 1e ,. ,ii ifi -
that of (C a tai:; C'. I.. .'i .. ,f
A ntel p li l (>I!|t ;i i | i i lt ; 'e 'i .i '
ij ititils of i I 1 \. F- i; tt.- t:
Thll third ti s ;, ;i l fo ie

Little Water_.i
I'Pure' en' liolI to Iri
aal t-dI-imgllaiu'el a;ct ,ani l \\ I.,, .ti*
:4dT sfrm thinl ; t kilI !l., h lt f,,*l.

knows wha~t! Ie,- I- ',,

noisit lee' Jlini'angl .-~ I

V1-4 Q' ANI1,111'pm I t t e'. '

Having tee make sofhII largemanyletd e ~
('las7a-Wine 'and W \hiskey IPalacc, we Itdv' rivt ~eIi ~f

lilacli I i-e'list, hut it weassure m't)(ilviality aan-il pr,

ti lo1ll% .

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Loot Bank In Arkansas and Kill Sher
iff In Fight.
Fort Smiuth. Ark.. Fe',. RC ib t
early today at C'ir; in, :\ I,!.
U p ti sat, of l ; Il i',X o, ;,
vill with i\ ':r'.. li ir' i a i'n
est l1 ati'-l at $ ;. > i. ', :, r rltn f'o -
ors. sherIift If J ;i t:W;n e Tt A. whliI
att'mnipfted to < i a,t l!. n'i. and il 's-
(ap' of thir pI- r--* n
T !i '' api ri t'- t '' :] Ir i
four t six ;fn'i > th ran-,; T!'i, .
tie l their h: o;s- o -e T h nt- ,.:iris n*
the tow I-n l'arl i ::.- thoir ".avy nliii,-
Fervedl t toit lhan' ihh i si: uat the north si r f Ir .* pihlic S- qinre
After i ll. ;,n *-t!;t Ii stroye l (th :-it s !;i iarm ift ,e -
rcured \Vwhailit I;ii I,. I lt d e- i ,.d inId
niadt their wai% Iv ... T ,-
they were o ,.i a .'tL!-l -,y P:.( riff P,.
ers, who ope'rie-i f;:' e p'rin tii'i. 'I-
rolbcrTr re t l!:i,!,, th. ; ., ';.-*in. b, ;
revolve:.s anl W it!( hc: ., :s.
P'owNV rs .toe, .: irot ,^ i ; ; rrn'.
tioel twO r-voV rs,- I,. fore s ,h ,V
ed. although tr i- e.w:. 1. ,was :..:'
tally \vw ul-i e t ;, f:.t i'i.v .
thl rio bb 'rs. \V;;!! zr- s a rIx'.' in,
tiht' -'- ** ;, a i .t'r P, ,,',r v.;;

it D ic.a ,! t f ; : -It r:t ; *), ,n.i ,:
r bli x(I lt 1- ? L fit
one or i i.''1 c: :';- ;.s, ;i ii(..
Pot I'ers eD,.;" ,l (ii tfl'" -fi, rld lf, ir
of aln adjoining iwh ildin.i and ]ae n .. r
awakeni ,d ,y t1'i, 'xpinsion.
The bank rl1;ifials today wfrr- :io;
able to give the ( xart amount of plun-
der securrd. hunt stated thaL the lank
was insured against Inss. As late as
11 o'clock today no attempt nadl bhen
made to capture the rbbhew. exeept
to wire all adjoining towns tn be or
the lookout for them.
Powers had been Theriff of Joibson
county for 12 years and vas known to
be a fearless man and a crack sbot.


Will Visit Charleston Exposition Fop
Ten Days.
Chicago, Feb. C.-Members of the
Cook County Democracy tomorrow
will leave Chicago for Charleston, S.
C., at which place they will arrive Feb.
10. The trip will last ten days and
cover nearly .(n0 mmilos. The longest
stop will be made at Charleston, where
they will be gu.sts of the Charleston
exposition officials.
During the trip visits will be maalq
to Chattanooga, Tenn.; Atlanta, Ga.:
Richmond, Va.; Charlotte, N. C., and
Columbia, S. C. A brass band will
accompany the organization, and the
usual frock coats and silk hats which
have made the, Cook County Der'n(-
racy known in all conviction iti will b(e worn.

Jackson Su:erisr Court C









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Is noIv (1,11 1 v n:cL- I Ng .t111gen .,t

will J)1eascl- thce c c(oXIiorIMal llct I

line contains some of the pretti(.-t ditn

in Ladies' Dress Goods

that have ever crossed the borders of Ma.

rion county. Come and see them whether

you buy or not. No trouble to show the tm

Remember the place. .



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hot muffins, hot cakes,

nm dc with Royal Baking

P)wdcr :ty he freely


without fear of

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""l'"ev- Honey and Tar cures the
i,.,ih ca,-ue1d -y attack of la grippe.
It th-al- the Iltung. Anti-Monopoly
I )n uI t o,. mit
%I I: \V. -Fe'rguson,, who is living
a ne-ar the new poaStoflite of Berlin, was
day. a pleasant caller at our sanctum this
m* .,I week, and said let the Banner keep
l i ,* I ili' .

< *1. T1. '. Lloyd, the Nathaniel
liantci of the Inverness bar, the )r.
.-tMiinel .Ilinsua of literature. and tlie
I..ordI lINtc of philosoi hy, was inI
a ,. ala* \\',-dnes

a rt-r va jaliZi-a r- u 'ail t I,, I '-ault ini
I. .. k- I I i t I -I' tII i They call4v''
-'I Up 1'.%.. Ii

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I -. k ?,Ii oIit t- lit tE-,I t

.ith, l. .it v. T'Iu- Ia'Ihl 'a 't (of
It I' .kfa~-t-. -eai leased to Mr i. .1,ali111
- .~ i'4,llo''w"v .4141t i ll I)#.'i I -Ia m vH' IIIaIni

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1o v. I'ha-. E'. 'Powell, wht, It 111-4 ,ea
a ,.-Em:t. for Ithe plast -ix weeks, has
,',11 to I irmingham. Al't., where lie
.w ll -p'(-il a month h'eftore returning
to Mii-s-ourn. Mr.< lPowell anld the
cihildlren w:ll remain illn Ocala with
liei motlhir for several weeks longer.
l,,i,,rt's ('hill Tonic remotves the
*cau,-,. It cures aand prevents chills
Sand, f.ver,. Pleasant to take. Price
', t-. No ,cure ino pay. Wll. Ander-

Mi. lBen Itheinauer returned yes-
terday afternoon from New York
where lie went to attend the wedding
of his niece and to purchase the spring
aint summer stock of goods for
Iteinauer & Co. For further and
fuller particulars see the advertising
columIui- of future issues of the Daily

inI t'Itht-tatt' -ilary andi&Xe~'
I''rnmiwijt-tt j-.jI !,)I I: Ax 'ric?we' ilot

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*'li IE 4!''i11ir' 4iemnla'artil *l:\'r''the
f~~~~~rf~ I a 'i i' at lauzhit'al--.

I trI- tm I I: Thie (('%*0 I .i' ill rt-t I anal
It' k. in-' ''1t. Air t iwt- Niaa I I,( II I 't r' I I--
A- iii ~1l *'rva* I r v'1.ive. l'ri,' tit'
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NI!.4 .i -1',r~'.'I 'rie-t a !ad slit riffT.sweatL

Aol f )t 4':'i tia t !''v who i -.ti

'Points" Relating to Bank Checks. Etc.

\ ; 1 i i- .3 t i, l, i ti i- i, i:, y t ,( i ( tii i
-iii: f a i' la ,I ''V I' : r ('n itillj i ; i t :t

S-;. Iiit it a b ,iluld he -a .r. -' i
't\'l iin ,I ; \''s- : at It,-- it -houilit i
made p:iyatll :at th I, I'a'k witha which
ti'ey i' -it. .A car'efl':! rtcor'*I'l I|" thle
d t, (,I' nlatturity ,f ,I;ll nti. .loulbl
Iet. kept, a"nd money i. l, -it.E in tiine
to !meet tlhem.
M a \ i : : ,'R .a. 'iiA M .1--, lHanker'-.
Ocala, Fla.
Whist Club Entertained.
Mis i.Lena Bullolck wa.- thte hIa'e-
oft thie Yti!ru, I:tdie-' Whlist ('lul
\\t'edestlfay afternoon. There were
twenty gue-.ts present and a delightful
afternoon was. spent in playing pro-
gressive wwhist.
The club prize, a handsome picture,
was wovn by Miss Edith Piatt, while
Mis, l'thel Sinclair won, the visitor's
prize, a dainty drawn woErk handker-
Mi-s Bullock's guests were Mrs. I).
S\\ oodrow,l Mr-.. \\'m. Hooker, Mrs.
F. L. W\\atson,, Mr. C. Rhveinauer,
Mrs. M-liory Liddon, Mrs. J. J. Cars-
tens, Misses ('laud Bond, Florrie
('rook, Meta Jewett, Luella Gary,
Mary Retardon, Esther .Weathers,
Ethel ,"inmlair, l.iith Piatt, Eamily
Ford, Valeta Potter, Johiinie Liddon',
I.ina Baunt, Sara .Lrnew aud Sara
Harl is.

To Replenish the Birds.
Our sp,'rt -w'', comapl ain this year of
thle sc.ariy of lir ,' compared with
*hhe: ;->sa! :a'id it i- fe:,aredl tih:t, like
the lu-.it1alo on the p1l-t'il, thle Fiorida
*,' i il ll % oi I-,.1 h 'oi ne re' iarkiableo for
their .:r'-r ity. Ii or, l-.r to oblvi-it
Sthis ditli u:'ty ..M..i P. ]0, id su'-
i, ..,*-,- tllitt ti ; -) i 1 1'1rii *'<-n l' in "
j r, ,i: ti t,,l tt',ao.' t ', hl ars, eiv li.
;, L- \V I f:i',V r 1 i l t,..- Iry a i ,
I>!! r,.l..-' rai,,' or tw ,, tli ti-tyni l liral-
;tti l turn t'l'tt l'>) ... in d(it.urer it -. -
tio,'-of thiae ca'ltifV.
\Ve think the a'-,w.o'ne'-ti',l :i ',',I one
:inld hlp' 'th'at it wilh ie ;tted' l i upo" :t
ont'. oy our 1I'.- 1and vi-itinui sports-

C'hildren who a:re roubled with
Worms aret ptile inl tlhe, face, fretful by
sp-11-'. re-tl -- in 'acep,. have bhlue rini~s
round their eyes., I d frean-ms, vari:a-
,I.- alpp'ite. atl 1 pi "k tlie jnos.
\\ hine'- 'reain Vermiftke will kill
a i aXlp'l these p-:rasi'tes. Price "-'
,c'it t. Ainti-MN.,iop.,ly Dnrj Store., n

Ocala Reading Club.
The following "acrostic" was sent to
the Ocala Reading Club" by a friend
with the request that if it met the ap-
proval of the Club it should be pub-
lished in the Ocala Daily Banner.
This Reading ('Clui meets weekly
and is the principal literary t'rganiza-
tion in the city. The following is the

El t' I h t t (In TI ,t 1 ~'f.*

Cn,.a m! t- iti ;ik


Assessing property at its "full cash
value," as directed by the governor
merely revives an argument that has
long since gown ancient and has
been worn threadbare.
How are the assessors to arrive at
the full cash value of a piece of prop-
erty .'
Here is a piece of property that sold
a few years. ago, sAy for a thousand
dollars, today it cannot be sold for
any price, either at public or at pri.
vale sahl -what valuation is the as-
sessoir to place upon it i
Take the Putnamn hmii-e tor in.sta;icee
at 'alatka, or the lbi.i hotel at l'inta
4.ordla, toth o(if which have eln l
closed for several year-i for the want
fl lnivlt'i lt trlt ol'l:t.'e topI ay running i

Thi-i hotels are large, I,'tautiful andi
s.ul'-tantial luihitlinz- anid ,.o.t several
1ll1d'ed0 t4Iho lnd dollarr+, and i ll
lli ton Phlilatle.lphiia or New YoVrk
woull lv worth upward, of a million
dollar,-. 'ut in l'alatkH or 'unta (iorda
hiow are their full ','i-]i valtie t(, bee
ascertai inetd
It is not the ri 'iet- of thlie soil that
gives value to country property or tlhe
lini-h that htives value to buildinhlgs ill
townor city. Property is worth its
net cash rental value, and that is
largely determined Iby the largeness or
smallness of population and the laws
of supply and demand.
A marble hotel somewhere in the
woods oil the line (of transportation
would have no cash value at all.
Some years ago we purchased a lot
in this city at public sale and paid
$1,^oI for it. Today we can not get
g,-t one fourth of that sum for it--
how is its full cash value to be de-
termiinted .
It may v- ound 'ii:y enluo h hut when
1It" a:e-. srs- F 'lorid, ,'at out to
ta-, l.prooperty at -'fll c'ash value"'
it" \ ;itl .hi e !t|kill :1 .i > th tt i- as
i i'l. : a- tll cf'l,-1 1 llt.

Mr. D. E. Lang, of Dexter, Fla, one
of the most prosperous of our turpea-
tine operators, was in the city Wednes-
day and enrolled his name for the
Ocala Daily Banner. Mr. Lang has
fora long time been a subscriber to
tihe Weekly Banner. We are glad to
announce that the pathway of the
Ocala Daily Banner is not only strewn
with flowers but solid cash is also
among the missiles that are showered
upon it.
Mr. Frank Turner, of Gaiter, has
purchased the Waldo place near
O.ala. In f 'rmer year., this was one
of the largest plantations in the
'oiinty, as well as the oldest. Mr.
"'urnter si.s the house, although built
many years before the war is in a
splenlidi state of presevatioon. It i.
only a short distance from Ocala, and
Mr'. Turner purchased it iln order io
give his children the benefit of our
plendllid school facilities.
Fl'rqutiently accident ts octtiur in tilhe
hti-ehiold, which cause burns, cuts,
spi rains and bruises. For use in such
cases Ballard's Snow Liniment has for
nia ny years been the constant favorite
faniily remedy. Price, ''-, and 50 ets.
Antti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
4 ongres inan Sparkman never for.
gets the newspaper men during a ses-
sion of Congress, and the scribes never
forget Mr. Sparkman. This may ap-
pear to be a game of "you tickle me
arid I tickle you," but it is not, as the
Congressman and pencil pushers were
friends before the former was in
congress. He is a fool who seeks office
and ignores the press.-Jacksonville
Ir\. Hugh Stanaland, who resides
in the eastern part of the county near
Lake Bryant was in Ocala Wednesday
iand paid this otTl'e a fraternal call.
1He is a native of the county and dur-
itml the entire years of his ni-tivity
hi. Orala: .itioner ha-s beeni among hi-
Sh"ouw-holI tra-utre--" and is likely to
,.1,ntit6 i,' a-<- .iiAli ffor i'ltiiy years to

II F. I M<(.;tl :t';! \\ dtte-day norn-
ii;& l>; l;'i'e ei t o;i r, I'th'r ..cri',ut. :c
,'elaet. Hle it.11 from the roof of his
ir,-, -c riou^y" injurin. lhis left thigh
an't I'rakinug I'i.leftl arm. )Dr. A' ,L.
I.lar w t*- ,allt-il in aind toiiit-lit reports,
hiii as restinli i.ily and Nill le a i
right it. a few weetk-.
F'ault f d4igestion caii- di-'order-
of the liver, aind the wi ole systerl be-
co0mes deranged. H'rbine perfevcts
tlhe pFo.-ess of digestion and a-sirnila-
tion. and tlhui makes pure blood.
Price 5o cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jolly and a
..ty o .. ..ts('w U LJ 4

el %%ithttilg without t a. li'eD, party of friends came up the t.-kla-
ed with hunting without a license.a river yesterday and were regis-
T'hev gave bond for the-ir appearance wa rv yterdayand were regis-
't ered at the (Ocala House. Mr. and
betor- Judge BKarton next Saturday.
efr Juge iart eMr tr Mrs. Jolly had never made the trip
1essrs. l "ung and detMuro, of this .
lal, will replrtstt the s.tatt',. ai up this weird and meandering stream
Ande'rson and locker, of 'aia. the before and were very much delighted.
defense.-Inverne.s C(hronicle. AMr. Pierce and daughter have been
Prominent Phosphate Men in Ocala. recent Iuests of Mr. and Mrs.John W.
('apt. John L. Itn!is, ,d. \W. N. Pearson. Mr. l'ieree, in the early
(amp.I Mr. George F. Ditmer, Mr. (. years of the discovery of phosphate,
W. ('haee, Mr. J. M. Falconer, Mr. H. 1 wa e of the promoters in thi
A. Ford, Mr. Edward Hiller, Mr. T.countyand y e remembered by
G. (leichman, Mr. (. G(. \leminger, many of our readers.
.Mr. L. I. Chaz:l, all Iproominent phos- Tiekeween Oil, the best liniment
hate men, have been illn lose o- i made, guaranteed by Tydings & Co '
sultation in Otala during the past -
several days. The lecture under the auspices of
.o- --R s the Alkahest Lyceum association next
A Good "Good-Roads" Builder." ,
\ 'ldc(ne-day will be tirst class in every
Allan Htodrers, of ,-.ala, wa- e-re .
Slai re-spect. Prof. arn, who i- taking a
Molndlay to meet the bo:rl <,t f uity .
i l I I .iar, liv ly inte rest in the affairs of the as-
Il l- 1-iotierI al !~ ;n exIIert hard-.
S-i*isitiin,. thiniks- O.:ala is to be cou-
roetds builIt Ir. I i \\:i- n
early ,"tt'tler ,of thi -4 *"! io11 :;ti wat-
lh,-artily gre, teli liy ol.l-tiarn -i nlm !t'. .i-l.!- choicee peanuts.
-Itverne-s. 'hronicil. J. I. ('. 1DI NN. 2-7tf

The Cold Weather

Is not vet over, in fact Win=

ter has just begun, and if a

doctor's bill you want to save

put your feet in a pair of our

$1.29 Men's Shoes

tin~ qtq'r,

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Sunday School Convention.
The foillwitn is ithe program of the
Sunday-sch4)l 'convention to ie held
at the Methodlist church. Sunday
morning at II o'clock:
Song- unionn C(hoir.
Prayer- tev. Howard Dutil.
Address-"Blenefits tof the Sunday-
school to the child."
Address, "'The Sunday-school as a
training school for Christian service"-
Rev. It. H. Morris.
Anthem-Presbyterian Choir.
Address, "Parents responsibility for
the religious education of their chihld-
ren."--lev. Howard Dutil.
Song--lion ('Chir.
Benediction -lAev. 11. .I orris.
The mpblic are cordially invited to
attend. JO-IAII \V'RN.
A. I,. i/l.\l,
T. 1:. iI<,.--,
N 31. A i,.in i. .
( 'o IiIU ittI
Life Certificate.
Prof. .)-in hl \'rin. ,'rrwip)l of' the
0e'a'iit ligh. i i ai, r''ivti fr'mii
.-upt. Silhe t- yeitt,.l:y a ,eltili.';:te
which e',,titil.l him toi t w iin anIy of
thll iho(l., of thi- st:ite witliuii -ta'i .l-
inri :my oiter examinati,>n.
Thi- ia :I .-plhe did teril't, Xt it !:is
l,'en w\Ell earne,'l.
l'Prof \'arn is :t a S.hoo'i, i enllthusist
an'l i- well el'.ipplld lt t',)r wIrk anld
is -makinig a splendid recE.orlt.
It was a fortumnat day for .'ala
white .lie secured his services.
Shooting Birds Without a License.
Paul and Kell Pl'ts. ,of Atlanta,
(ia., were arrested at Holmo last
week v by Deputv Slihrif ltweat, c harg-


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T3An6 ARIUS, Edhtor.


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The person who is too ltzy to es-apee
sin is in need of wingrs
The man, if any, who is to be Sena-
tor Mallory's successor, has not yet
been named.
It takes a king atnd a iieenll to open
the English lptrlitmenit, I ut in this
country it takes muort than that to
open so ordinary a thing as a "ja,'k
The Orala Banner is now i-sued as a
daily. It loses none of Its brightness
or force by the change of its appmrat-
is into a "rapid firer."-Live Oak
Despite what imsaid ty the average
lecturer, compared with th" principal
Christian nations of the world, the
citizens of the United States are a
very temperate people.
Perhaps, "press ce-nsor" Madden
may prove to be the "fly in the oint-
ment," who, In the providence of
GV,, is selected to bring utter confu-
sion to the republican party.
It is certainly surprising that so
good a paiier as the Ocala Daily' Ban-
oer should not bt admitted as second-
elass mail matter liy Uncle riam. Now
it is ib order for some of the small fry
to rise up and ecry tlmi Editor Harris
is aginn de government."-Taimp
After General Grant's death, I.
HungK (hntt, whit, has sinee dl el,
gave instructions to the Chinese legal
tio. at Washing on to tiring every
year, as is done this day, an offering
tf flowers to the general's tomb on
memorial day, as a token or his en-
during friendship.
The New York World is always on
guard, apparently anxious to give
out signal to the re->ubliivan
party, lest the liberty loving 1*,+ow le
rise in their sight and smite it. Yet,
at the opportune moment, it can al-
ways be relied on to viv,- it aid, coin-
fort and consolation. The World is
sow and always has been, a "Jonah"
to the democratic party and the quick.
er it recognizes it as an avowed enemy
the better off it will be. 1
The Tulane Universally of New Or-1
leans, one of the best In the country,
not long-ago got a million and half
from the will of Mrs. Josephine L.
Newcomb, of New York. The money
is to be used in support of the college
er the higher education of girls,
founded for the university by Mrs. b
Newcomb in memory of her daughter.
bTo this he ha already made a num-
ber of handsome contributions, sand it
i estimated that the total gifts to the t
university amount to $2,600,000. t

It is an evil da for the wife and
U= the mirrr, ad ask the qestion.
ukes it pay? Does it pay to sacrifice
health and bappiness
towedded lov But
there it another ques-
tion which rightly
takes precedence of
"r Does it ? It is
this: U 6 it neces-
B sa t wto sacrifice
b,.!Tt" heai" and haj-pu"ess
to wedded "ove
Half a million women
answer, Mo! They
S-have beem weak and
have been made
^* strong ei v Dr. Pierce'"
Favorite Plrescription.
They were s ick l
'Favorite Prescnip-
tion naIethe c 1

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Tin o I tii l laiin Ir indler the
ion, "To our..
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in : L, ': K u a: ; ; till+" t )>n i:t *:', i:' "

.1l.t li hat ttlie little coriiision imay
ie thallt lias drawn diowun upon the
lantiiner the displeasure of lahdden,the
tpo,.-tllice department a,'toc.rat, is not
stated. What there should be about
the paper to cause the Third Assistant
P'ostoflice Legislator to issue his "ipse
dixit" excluding it from the mails is

Macidden "has it in" for the news-
papers, as Pooh Bah Porter has for the
port of Pensacola. Both are enjoying
their little lease of power to the ut-

most and probably both are destined
to an ignouminiousidownfall..
The postofllee autocr-it has evident-
ly evolved a new ruling from some
hidden recess of his mighty brain.
\ Whether, as some shrewdly suspect,
there is a conspiracy afoot to
the people with the postoffice, so oftel,
held up as an examiiple of thile benefit
of governmentt ownership." in order
that they may .more patiently receive
a proposition to turn it over to a pri-
vate company, is something that will
soon make itself apparent.
The house committee on postflices
is looking into the regime of Autocrat
Madden. It is daily giving hearing
to the aggrieved publishers of the
country. There is some reason to
hone that the only body in this coun-
try authorized to mak,. laws, congress,
will inform him that he has no tpowt r
to legislate for the country, even in
postal matters, and will sweep out of
existence his absurd rulings.
Judging from indications, his at-
tackson socialistic journals is greatly
Increasing the number of socialists in
this country. So noticeable is this
that a movement is afoot among be-
lievers in that political doctrine to
present to him a souvenir gold watch
in recognition of his service to the
cause. Next week is set apart for re-
ceiving contributions for this purpose, i
according to the Appeal to Reason,
of Girard, Kansais. This is a most l
reminarkable piece of sarcasm, or will I
be when the watch is presented.
If every cause and every newspaper
that this presumptive official attacks. |
feels the benefit of his enmity so ful- f
ly as the socialists seem to, and all 1
take the same means of expressing
their thanks for his abuses of power,
Eddy Madden will be provided for
when he has finally to lay down the
sceptre. "Fine Watches for Sale at d
Reduced Prices.'.Valuable for Their t
Historic Interest."-Pelsacola Daily d
Press. 1H
Whi MHe Is Doaioeld.
The editor of the BRnner is receiving, along
with those "fragrant and much appreciated D
bouquets," some of which he writes himself, a
number of card% of condolence from the breth-
erenuof the state press on his hardships in hav- U
ng his daily edition refused admission into the Ib
mails as second class matter. Por the informa- b
ion of those who do not know, we will state
hat the remedy isin Mr. Harris' own hands.
Ie refused to comply with the postal regula- w
ions, and, until he does the department will re- tii
fuse to transmit the Daily Banner as second g|
class matter.--Ocala Evening Star.
From the above we conclude that
Mr. Bittinger is in collusion with
Postmaster (,roves, wh(m he styles I
he "best postmaster Ocala h as ever L
iad" since the Ocals Daily Banter o
was denied admission through the rl
nails as second class matter.
But it will take something more
than.the mere denial to enter it as sec- y
tiad class matter to stop the putblica- r
ion of the Oca'a Daily Banner.
Kissiiig and ilugingiz Post nasser A*
proves will int stop it a little bit. a
Another Bouquet. I
We have received the Ocsla Dtily
Banner, Elitor Frank lharr's' new
aver. Miss Sara Elizabetl Harri- is
s'al editor ania Port V leav iiL'5,d
., tu, -itie'-s inl l intl r-r. I' e .iri i fit l
lews .-rvire, is .ilit-d with albilitv 1i
,1d its il, al .iVi ,'i e :- 4t't lir ",1 l t
it r. i'ir. If ( ':t!;a'- Iu iie-- mc ai-

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which, it is claimed, are thereby pre- .
rved, made richer and more nutri-
rous and protected from mould or |
alenesa. 3
Comparing Florida's delightful
fatherr with o' her s.-. ions ot the
united States the weather bureau 3
lan must be subsidized by the money .
some of our millionaires. At any a
te, our weather is A 1.
Mr. <;eo. J. Strozier w.s in the city i
Psterday. We niet himu in the bank
making a deposit, ind from the big
utild smile on his face we judge hle is
itirely satis-ties with hi:s busities s
his new hollie.
Pensacola hias estaimlishied paper
ills and is now estalli-lihig a Ihak- -
ig powder favlory, l,.-ides Iboring is ?
r oil. hzli is strictly in the "piimh."
For the state o he c. irve' frwom O)k-
liuna and Iliii ii T 'l'erritiry the
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All Because the Volume and Number
were Not Given.
Thi' editor of thi. O.-:li Iltiiir i
l;aviJ -aS'line ,11: It- wiih the thliir'l
; -i- i .t 111't -lli 1'- 1 I 0. 1t iN ir -t'V
.0i *- !. 1 I- ii lis t 'Il'l.;,!,-: i %I- \ i"%x
S!'q f > i f 1,1f ti- t w, \ 4t:tiiy v ilt i .k 1t:-'"
a i att'w'+hi ii'.If!. \\ )io l iq vil ,' "
I-taII i ill; .'*out it. lui t if t ti rdI a --i-t-
ant lo-tiiia-tt'. t eie-ral say' it is i'.-
ca.tu- .Mr Harris liw daily is l4t t se-
nmtis clas matter, wve are wiili iitii
there. Nothing Editor tHarris smiil.-
out is ever second class. Ie does only
first class work. All the same we
hope the third assistant i postmiaster gen-
eral will remeilmber that excellent
work is not always its own reward
and makes the seniteni'e : s light as
possible for the Daily Y'alilter ott'elise.
-Arcadia ('halumioln.
The Ocala Banner has Always been a
Editor Harris, turned preacher, use's
his daily to promniullite a sermon
breathingli good will and wi- he" for all.
He even invokes blienedictions on the
Star, the existing rival, and. we have
sometimes thought, object oftlie Ban-
ner's enliiby. We are glad to see evi-
deine of thle B-inner's cilonversion to
('hristian feeliint and -elitiiimeiits: and
if Biro. Iittinier" will r,-cipirocate,
wihy may not all dnvio' ,ii -arriing
cea-e''? So mayv it le''
We hait ve't seen a Copiy of the baby
ianiie-r, but it is said to lie like its
parent paper, a goodly production.-
Belleview News-Letter.
Can Afford to be Indepndent of Uncle
If Editor Frank Harris will draw on
the Tribune it will glady honor hist
draft for the amount of postage on the
Daily Banner every day, until Uncle
Sam condescends to admit itas second
class matter. Fact of the business is,
we don't see how we are to stand its
absence much longer.-Tampa Trib-
The Last is the Sweetest.
The Daily Banler hs made its ap- :
pearance and is a bright newsy sheet,
,s any paper edited by Frank Harris,
Florida's ablest Journalist, is bound
to be. The good people of Marion will
make no mistake in liberally support.
ing the Daily Banner.-Tavares
He Will Remain A Long Time in Office. m.
According toa report from Washing m
ton Secretary Long will retire from
tihe cabinet as soon as lie can do so
without leaving a wrong impres-
.. -.---
China must have been pretty badly
rooted during the ccipation of Plekin e
ty the, powers. This country has r,--
urned several hundred thousand de1l-
ars in silver that was seized, and it is
iinted that the New York museumni
as a vast quantity of relics and curios
sized and puri'hased at a ridiculous
gure that will be asked to be returned.
uch is 'hristian civilization. Per-
aps the powers were trying to out
koxer the Boxers.
The mention of General Miles'
ame in connection with the presi-
ency is not received very seriously
y the psess of the country. Yet, it
oes seem to us, that if Lieut. Colonel
ookevelt's military achievements
titled him to the nomination a life
*nure in the White House would
ot be too much for Miles.
The sweet potato is now manufact-
red into a flour which sells for $5 per -
irrel. This flour is to be used as a
end for wheat, rye and corn flour, _









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Hubbard & Macduff. Ocala, Fla.



Gainesville ,nd Ocala. Fla.


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y $2.oo Rye or Bourbon at..... ...............01.75 My $4 oo Gin at ... ......... .. S
y 250 ........................ 2oo My t oo North Carolina C'orn at L
ly 3,00 ................... 2.56 My .so M t M De *' n at "
vy 4.00 .................... ...... 3 co My 3.00 ** *.
ly 2. oo Gin at ...................... ..... 1.75 M y 4.00o .. .. .s
y .50 "o ............................................. oo My 4.oo New .nglanl Rum i t t

The Jug aid Keg Trade Made a Special Feature.
In sending your orde-s always send enough tocover thecot ol tugs H.atgan!lon tug l0e
gallon jug. 15c;'2-gallon jug.,25: 3-gallon jug. 35c, kegs $1
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Ploridla.because I give < it goods and tull measure,
A tnal order wilt convince you that'we are the people Termsvcash with the order.
Vours.anxioustolo)e.e J F. EDW ARDS.


[Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.'

CAPITAL 850,000 1

Accounts of Firms, Corporations and IndividuaL. Solicited.
Prompt Attention to all Businems Entrosted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and Sold.


To grow strong. nleMss we got
goon meat we may as well let
it alone. There ios no strength
in tough meal-lnateadof gi v.
ing, it takes strength to diget
it. It pays to to, arefol in
buying mnert-t.- Io? In get
the tem,,-tender and choice,

Ppsy a little. mnof
put son- hiniii i
iw ich will pul
Sboties and 4strt

Sfalls 2 and 4 City Market. OiWala.

orearf ume"d the.
in yflur o'st~ma

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and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
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k.~ne1s a-: Uaa-

What to Do.
:~~-kn:-t.-ijge r o

thtcf :-::uaszr
:~--p~.e I I) g ften
C. ..: a~"g-! uptrian: timeCs
~ Ti~err :I an~d the extra-
-. S~wainP-Root i. soon

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Sa s'ample battle of this

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-s-ntoffiand lippreeved Air the- foliowitug
I I~'~4ii- .1. C 'Warw,ssek, Jijo. J. Izolk-

lv, N% Z. ~ ,

\1 r ot1 1 t'LIitIII reu t aI V: I'I a-

rfft. ned 1- 1 the i-C-or.

I"i 1.-gf. to) v( YI v-trut *tt kt*-I ici t. I I n#-
a i( iti c I i -q, 1 -4 l-fway off ILa !e Wei r

(esitity Attornfi-v R,. A. 1Burfo)rd I -
4e1Alled a itro give- Statu- of !-ml-
l-rouglit tI.the .*oiiit V agaitin-t bonids-
moij it F44 1). hI'o-er its t.,x tlc'r
iit was dt-veloci-jw that tilt. uil-A were
antd foir a yeiro'i two had been quietly
re--tiig lion dertiurrer-Itivas ilk abate-
metnt, etc. AI-.o that the' judir. wam
I isojumlift if Ito tryte ti- csf!, t'Veti if
he o-i--ne. were T11'.04.up. t hat S01114,
of the bo(nd?-m4n we-re detect
and I& large per venft ito-olvewa. It
wa' r.-loffrted that -('flie t' wertiq- reid~i
I pay up their jiror-tala huzre. 'it wa~-
dev-ided tIto a-k Mr. Burt i-id to %% ttt-
t* all tit-e 104,111! -n.4,1 ita t ii-ck Ihte-mt,,I
nile-ctin fthe 4 (,lurt liec-e eon Tu.--dA 1\
starfl-li to sveIf somei (omprojlrki-t
viould not Ibe agret-d l 4Uj cjj
'TIN*- trt-:-i-urt-r will t-e oil hand %%ith
large sack (or tlox ini % h ich to !-toire

Eneerse Welding State Fair -Discuss :-Mne '-*u u '- ,
FOres-Perform Other Dut ies. Ferryniman Bras,. tf Stokes frr".
i said he would not e-tay at ferry until
Tit- I ard of (County Commisioehn- o'clock at night, or served for Iet-
ii.* -et ti regular ses-ion Monday, than *l.-1i1 .., he was relieved, and as
all im. aill,. r- hiingi present. no one could lIe found to take it, the
\M r 1. S. !,k, *tltortiey for tile !
SI Heck, attorney fr the ferry will thliave to run itself this
I r t .ard arid omplainlt otf the valua- The lax collector reported eolle.'tion
t1 ,1 1.1 -.,I ,on a piewe of ph,'osphate oft Air4 fr lie tists. and 114.01 in
. .1 i .:. Duinnelloii wliih hd h'e-ni p~,ll taxes during January.
, ,.-. f.rom w h to 'tloi.(t. Mr. L. I). The treasurer's report showed that
*- ,t .rd. l-o claimed that he was Its- durintgJanuary he had received $193;.
w--. .A 1 aith-lotk ofk gtRo s whi-ch were S7 and desthunsed all of it ,except :7."S
I.', n.-4t nisore than a year awo. The-' w which remains in trem-iirv.
nlint. r- w-re- retl.-rrel tI, the tax as The u -u l ills wer, aidit,-c anii
-"", i ordered paid, after whic-h the moard
Mr liinneman. oif 4rahativille, wa" adjourned.
a---,..dt with live- hoer a annd five dogs,
hi<,#th h.- ,laim.-d w.-.. ir'thores and $100 reward $100.
ti. tori-, tn iativ. H.- was granted The readers ot this Icpaper will be
I.- I pleased to learn that there i- at least
I;.I fi-,,i Hileather Island to C'an- ionea readied is-aseh t rit s--ci.n-e hiis
l,1b r a- rep-or''t ill l d con'itilion, been able to cure in all it- stages and
xId i,- liiill iit n woi're o gertd to re- that is Catarrh. Hall's C('atarrh' ('ure
p.'" .1-ii't. s .. v ,heir t.amsas j is the only positive cure known to the
S1- '. % I .- 1j mniedlleal fraternity. Catarrh heing a
,4 ''t 1m,- *::'; r iartlnatin introducedI constitutional disena -, require's a on-
s. lui.i.i etnid-or-.iili the- stale- tair, stitutional treatnient. tHull's Catarrh
I e. ti -ti ul'lrt ther-,of liiavidually. 'Cure is taken i ternilly. atjiinj
ai- it nek..-t --uh It al|prtprii iton there-t ,directlv upon the Illoold anid mtituc-1us
1.* 4- I 4-li tieali,-.. of lilthe -oulity would .I urfa e s of lthe sy~st.i i th, rtioy de-
*-'inli'. stroyiiig ti. fioutintationli of the di!-
!i *,*' .lultkit-. a hlid it nerrs. ap- ease, antad iviitg tlhe pa:tic ,it strentih
' f I *r ,. A it) aid., but i telini'ld ilto v y uilding up the c-ii-tituioi n atiIt

IItoo. icer ~om
4'tatt-..f lucia tf the
6floIii, there,
t.0 4.1 141 Iltk" Xtfle

11 f-er %tnt-half
a. i-.. thin q-iprj
Q,'.r=. 1 %NI4 a n
i-rtle-re-et geid.
Irroooofertits. tea'
Neard's time us Us
Ier.-t-itsmmd askingI
tow tbc-klawaba rii
4 irawgecr"*. IM
as ug a privaew fen
test slidchelbmatt,

The flat at tttakq
ti, tw rotten and ii
ditae'n. ltosuch an,
0 old gV1 an the fe
ttl ca new attiC W
,'ic-rk was.dinewl
bitf-ncor bidn
fe-rry W. Luffn
iN-4j0--et&'t of Vita

tit,-. h~te-f

. !,e latiied to have.-
p. wiho would take
- teiard would assiit
which they agreed
it of *3 40..
%. a inemnltr of the
Dunnellou presented
*I amount due thet
the road taxes col-
r,,rate limits for the

assistinIg nature in doiiar iTs ,ork.
I'he proprieto-rs have .,so niih faith
ini its curative powers, that they otTer
One Hundred Dollars f-r any .Cns
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists. 7T.5c.
Hall's Familv Pills are the best.

Fl IN.. whit-h was. Our Canning Industries.
It may be remembered that some-
ik up most of the time last summer several means of to-
sual. A petition was matoes were sent to the editor of this
fur a free ferry across paper which were put up at Lowell
ver at the mouth of and Reddick. They were beautifully
he man who is run- labelled and were in every respect as
rry there, filed a pro- attractive within and without as
ter was referred to those put up by the most reputable
ort and Wartmann. factories at Baltimore or elsewhere..
ee ferry was reported They were placed on exhibition in
on a dangerous con- the window of the uptown ticket of-
extent that no one flee of the Seaboard Air Line railway
'erryman's bond, on- and attracted more attention than
raw furnishetl. Th.e any of the farm products on exhibi.
ted to advertise for tion there.
a new flat for Stokes' These tomatoes were tcqnn ed by
Mesmrs. Bishop & hookleyv. of Lowell,
nan was appointed and Mr. C. %. Carn, at Reddie-k. Mr.
rki and Ibrands at Bishop was in town yes elrd'vy ,nnd in
ennversatiotn with a reporter of this
Port was authoriTed pnper said that arrnev-e.t t's 11-4d
,* ,uilt ant riihti -o'- ten made to enlir t.- til-.'it rh--
trm <1'ala to Sharp's coming Reason. Duritr the.. oiver-
s.tion, Mr Jake Browi.n of tih. Tea
,1 aX -.-iton Mntidanv Pot (;reoe-ry, passed alone a nmild s-.id1
.I reei tentI'" wts illn.- his tirm would guarantee It ttk t!'e
1ll. ii:tr til-.tnatis entire output of the fant'ory. So thi-.
,,,. .p c' I we-r*e in :all proihlity, iq the ti..-ginnint of
I'. W ',!--. .1 a Ir- a l -'rgte canninr industry in this conln-
\ .,-. r..I .ritiatr-. ; ty, and nmein a great dtiet for itts
II t \\ 'i 1 pro-p.rity
'| i l I Iiin eltH I'iien to teitliito' s the t n-
'! ')i,-ni put up *,'1nitte ati c,.>-.tu:; "! '-it

,. ., -. I
".. -." i

a, S

k 0

Solve will <-ure 'h- .orst -i en. of (.il.O ,
41 e-arth. It iha:s e* red ith'
For i ijuri'..p, pain- or lbolilyv -ruiet'on 1
it's the hbe-t salve in the worl'l Prie,-
2."w' a hox. (Cirt- utpir;titeedb h the
Anti-Monoipoly Drug Store. 6

Foley's Honey and Tair
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.



A new and complete treatment, consist ug ot
Suppositories. Capeules of Oitment and two
boxes of Ointmnt. A never-failing cnre for
Piles of every nature and degree. It makeg an
operation with the knife, which is painful, and
ofen results in death, unnecessary en-
dure this terrible disease' We pack a written
guarantee in each St box. Nocure, no pay. 50C
and St a box. 6 tor $5. Sent by mail. Samples
GoSriPATION Cured. Piles Prevented, by
GONS iPATI CJapanese Liver Pellets. the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
purifier. Small. mild and pleasant to take; e-
pecialvy adapted for children's t ue Fifty dos
lc. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store Ocala Ja

FcIlVEN and fAC(A)


dsvp a fui.-Lova t niCofns. SAxeta. a&DJBUy a
sutts of every Iceleriputon Avreei~al ttt-ntlot
paid to Inrlat servit"..

PrnaItIm~nuurgu tFrae



: -.i,%[ II. 41 14hik.A- %


Regular Monthly Meeting Monday
Delegates to the Green Cove Con-
S.r- l .. r o :, ; : i. -tI r tit. !i in'
a +il fbi, .1Irti',ii i,tiily ne.t .Monlday
ill re stuilr .---i-n Wl ith 'i' <. ,' ,t
'iti'ruln n l. a Kj B. 1. Hull alld
H. 1I. Blitcli. pre-e.nt.
i *- -rieniitelvioid Ct (;i th tported that
thi Benediclt s~Lhol-hou-.t a'lall furi.-
I ure I', ml dli l ,1i Ji naury 13, that
the hoiti- was insured for $15')0.,i and
funiture- for ?.;7.. and that proper I
v.laim oil the in urani'e companies had
been I rent'-iiel and that lie was daily |
l.,oki int for a; check to cover the loss. a
Petitions from Anthony, Summer-
field. Wier Park and Buck-Pond, all I
a-king the- lo.ardi to call elections for!
the ,turp>~-,o of creating special sub-
school districts were presented and the
superintendent ordered to inv stigate
the petitions andbave same published.
Mr. H. I. Hull. having received news
that his wife was ill, was excused.
A letter wa read from Hon. W N.
Seats, -tate supe-rintendent, i
attoulncing a s:ate convention iof
county -uperintend+ents and neieni
hter- of 'ouTity ti)lti )1l hoards to
ilne-t a I (reeni Co(ve Spirings Feb, 13:
15 iniru-ive. Mr. Seats urged the
i'tt iieilane't' 4f lat one remember of
the l,;oarld.
Mr. Hull and the superintendent
were- asked to attend this meeting and
the board agreed to pay expensMes.
Teachers accounts and reports were
ordered approved.
There will lie a short business meet-
ing of the hoard this morning and
some routine work concluded.

Phosphate Notes.
The Peace livt-r Phosphate Miniing
Company is rebuilding its plant re- i
gently (Onnsitiied by lire.
The Union 1Pho.qphate ('oupany has
purchased lan'ls from Messrs. Brooks
& Nixon, of I-'toral City, and will soon
hiegin opieratiovis, and the Pho-nix
PhI.ostphiate' ( onips'iy. located at M ntt-
brook, will .,lso thegin operations in a
few moithlihs.
The .MNinufarturers' Record, of
Baltimore, which keeps well post( in
hoA.phtei ma ttter-, savs that hilrd
ro,.k phElwtihttets is likely to show up
v.-ry f,. r,1* v in Florida for the
molt-., of ,F-irluarvy and Mareh. It
S'iam sl'o that there is a steady andi
arrowin ditdemand for pe-ile phio-phlatel
'Tht. Dunn -+lion iIlnt will soon he
riii iniif o fill ]i i t)", ti l thei- general
outlook fo'r ipli.oshtaliat, s o i ll kinds in
Florid Is- exdepl ilnti lly iooIld

Job Coualdn't Have Stood it
Iflhe',.co f iv ., i L'piles. Th 'e er -r
rthly atinoyvintr; tot BHukle-'s Arni.-a

-l:X^ 4 S c- rften f,!!ows (..- *- of '""
'/ folks. Do not accept a substi-
/ tute. Iti mayc t ale. Foley's
Honey and Tar is guaranteed.
Miss MAI.M!E ?tr'I., Middlesboro,
: Kentucky, writer: *Mvy little sister
ad the criup v'nr haj. I gave her
S- t.' several du-es of Folc.% ll,,ney and Tar
and she was i -tuauty releved. It
Saved her li:c.
For cuts, bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is best.

For sale by Anti-Monopoly Driji Store

The Montezuma HoteL,


J. P. CGalloway. Prop. E. EH. Abholi. Ja.. M..&.
RAT ........2.. PER Y


saudlr Eintire Neu Mmlaniagemnene. lIt.-eaited au le RIeiurmai.eL
New Batih Room%.. il.e Taibl c Nrstei


ATH4.) *,iit,-' F'HLY NM( D:ER.N; ut-rt()-,) VFE jjE 'V' i


Have you bought
your laprobe yet?

\'e have an extra good stjck of
-addl' now-all the shapes and make?
in different grades and prices.
Among the others is the Russett
McClellan Saddle-something fine.
Call and see them.
S. A. Standley,
Ocala, Florida.

Also Suosessor to Yankee Movetty Works)

Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles,

School Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames, Railings, Pulpits, Bedrowm=
Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings, Turned Work,
Serell Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
~W-'Estimates promptly furr ;hed.


Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred


From recent Importations, Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Lass,
Dash Prineess, King Wautage. Duke William and Dash
Wonder. Write us.
W. D. MORTON, Mgr.


On the Installment Plan, -
Ihi I t 1 Ii E I1i .1 ( A.It iii' *


* 4*.


tot is
bic by

ATrIp Abroad

whichi curt-; syou ri-it at your home
of a!1 !i-w a-.vs (I the Liv er, 111or-d

on!;ti pation. S e;' '*I1ht:;'L ;",1oss of Appetite, Bin.-
iousnesA, Sick 1Ieav!.c!hc, Pr:.l:,,h-Di N-ase, Di.~hcte-, or Dy spepsia can be
relievedl and curcli 1.V this K I rv1ib1eremet". of igtanhaeou
system in pvrrcA c. n~litio(m'xl :tlis C% crytbing. Try -- bottle today.
NIT W: P. la;ftr ~w~tlh er 'nVa ;t. C t ffl-and %sick lbridmche. fDr.
Thacii'?r'., Lt-s ra vd R:,),i Ixr.:up b,-Iing 1i ihly reconimendidt, tobet. she bought a bottle ana
ator.-eLbepnta .jitnpr-.svt-. 1 gratefU'ly r,-,ormeud thi.s trems~v toa:1.
A. A. C(;m DWIN. Gtetndfle, Te=6s
T-ir TrZauzst tLak !~r TI --~'o b e,,I aT nd 'nos1 y"~p, and Dr. Th1&athera
I i~rp W t, o ::.. '. v* r r., -;iin b Cr rr it te won't, swr4 u' 25 cents
for a p4kar or Z#) ec-:, tUr a bo-tts But Try Year IDruggist First
Write our Consultation Ds'-pt. ex; 'amirg symptoms, and receive free cor'fidentia! advim.
ThA.IIERt MEDICAL COMPANY. Chattanooga. Tenn.

Ai Z

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A&stiwty at Martin.
P I'.".' n. t'1w,"isnmom LutsttI.. and
81 'Attuht- little stations just now
to -VJai'e in M,,riomn counly'.
o)vaim eearcek'elyxcepted. The F~as-
B:.-.'. have a great 't force o
b.. work t~tting In preparation
cw-ven hundred avre field whieh will
bw 14antq''Iheiiwaternstelonis aud eanta-
IOIL"'$ 11e"e gentlemieimiwill'plaut
within the week fift'y a'ies (hof Irish
got autwm. They are morel iii love
we i~i te soil at Martin the more they
fUl t i %.i v it.
Of r. Mtse1lrt, wlna hms m aw micuidi'tte
Iifla(*kilmt isere, i-.;imi.reashgla ii- '.ou-i-
ne-s-i. lit-was reeentiy forucd thi puti
to -* mwu )Iilarger boiler, ane.latin-, a
force -*if mmen euttiti-, liatiliniaz, and
q~ipi ;jjtag wcxmttho:hiIf aw muill-anid
Vi.,,t' kilisit. at sit iaiin t* i o ie'iity 4)f

H loll. IC. NIii'Ies'd. tfKt'vdT'iIk, is
nfo% mimlopred tiri(utti the a-tmi'e
,wrk.'r-'at 4art it. lie 114.-a Am
till Hi a limte kilta in 4lfju

~,seep: t*t% fiur 4,r 1five kilit- ant'it''
f i.. t. Wil nal a 4* 13t.4.' 1w ia'-of tht- uss
"I an t1i1'-- i '-i !O

m-j!44 11"..'j a lii a u-U't i-

it. It' t- tilt-s(bt' t th ll
'in.dt 0fa m.:- amtl,'csuil.t lt- %iltle I

1,11111 111.t1k- al 7the ia -il e'sf~i

.mc- -u''Ili'- liii'!luumaz the the
Amog I lti tu')peuit'i'ipt,3! 'Ne
'mayals bemen jurOil. Ma 416. I'
1111v1 -Mim~ai. lari-tInigit-Ahimpy111)r fl
f jtb r I't all copsysr itt'tvija-Ike. h

Ami' olig lauionl' 'ner-c-It ii it t" u1 -tr-
atr-twn t, tel wloowhasr-tokirAvit- f arme
xrisi. J. il. wily.plantiLuilicC 'iw.1c-.14


.4wu4 I *,4 "i-mok. 0 o' 1'.4:. XXa

$1000 ThrorinAia

V .

lag I alt 1z PI!o i.. -! : Att s' wiiI

NI W ttr Ii' lt Ih4 ui ehi:,'v'

:iouta- nd (las' relzoi''n osijud airmt
%,.it[,' their fraijraug'e. 'llae 0 ioI
v'l't '.twina'e-r sdid mgit, ae
,i,'~' itin'he *' 'i'Ctmnatt'f. v

1' .. 4 It I lilt v. -a.. thc 1uii'll,1

5 4'' -~m la~z 2' '

I 't1 1i4

i. in s \:j; j I

1 3 1 k.t ta444'f

siek onmes have wo, (ar*reedivered a-. to
enable Ifilmito return to l'glrm, Re!110li
tIfr the winter.
The -xitit'. for the winter at !B..'le.
view aie now ar their liei4m't. -% 1,811
was recently given by thme Youug
blen's Socoial Club, *jand entertairi-
muents Of vtiriouu, de-crijitiionts are
given regrularly by fthe Meruinrlole 4Club'.
Belleview, in v(4itinsinl1 wivtt nil'th'e
neighb~oring dotilt:! vicinity $lf
O4-aha. i m makittic .4uzte1taijttial ijr4eres..
Earl 6a ardinr, of 41'Pitit-Isurc.11Prinn. im
having a b~ou-Ae uilt. whivii when
(Ihaaij1leted will add very imm-mel to)Z lie
all rsusram'e of tnie town. It i. built
vIt% ii'tr lan pd~ark.: I
Vi.ataiolMra4. Ht-rbert \antaderworkt'r.
Ohf ztit~aalNew Yr.`dk;'Vtr. &antd
Mrs. F.: VW. White, of Pittisburr, Pa.;
J tidge I A r:11h4e Hopkis anuamd wi i~r,
and Nla!4. 1.'aist:.e Ienaedtiv't auti son, o1f
Dzaiolittry'. ('on i..are .'e''uprv ngtheir

Mir. l'arkliartia.wife aa.! ct dalogh-
tersa, for ', 'iiiic'. soutI, ii w.~in~.~ ill

TNita I I~i-14, 1 itI I\1r. f '. T. iuk l'I tP -,Arli hit 1Alarm.1

is (IliliC4 jtop ck1_'. ;-l c" ey'.. I i .,al' r-
'larT i 11!--rfai ii ji-10 ra

mwir 4"l; ri

utime .4n (I rtI~r,'I ijl 1!At *ile ),,des :-,,:it#

~~it ~ Night t ( Alarm.~~!'Ii*' tii
Wormt the fir-I dci-.-of :tv':ireat i v~.' ii
tind I-avei j11imwi 4'i'4' -ht-
stiottq- Ni-. t.; bii4''#;la 1 24 kv iec
atidit ueaiC;. remhitems,. i-i~~i

'I --:-

Iiis.,. i

f:''' .1'-
W illiam I I

i; '-. s .f 1 i- W K a* ': -tas
Nh- R 4 1'. 10,1, WW;t ItOt.

I "~ -r Wif i n m ai :ge I I -i'Iyiit nlterm,4.
i a rk -u 0 '.~-js m'Iia- u;10 ai'it .

'l'h -it' l'4'OPI .'ia'4't ca ,-,un-' ilt- E tam Tjs

r.:~~eithat I01a-Y art. !."on i lto i- 'itt
ma'''t"1 ~'jha )'l-t iv ianardroztid.
l~a'.I ui"~'e~. s~ ~file, ai!. h-.,lwre onm

than armyoilier li-ztwa-e. 'l'is I- itfint'to
thle (fise':a-t' beingfrSitln3idi~t~itll- liatit
get- a gwi(.t hio .1; m' 4-th"_y vl Ismf, iqv

Doings at Anthony
,I t.( da y, t'-1 i'i4 tl4-m't' A%*:,,- 1!44011
w -Iam tht' i t'tt .i' 'iiiti v 4' .t ~'irii '
km 1- W W makr .awld mda, We~ aci

M;,' i h 4 K4(- %! tw''W.. wr'i 4it=


'- fi- f%,.1 a '. ofI I t'.a4 ;

I t v' 4
ti1. 1 -lit'fi t ~ a Ikll h'llm

i a'r fit' fit --t 'a r ot if r:'a -

I' -tV'U r a -lin)t Vm-t
v I 4 m'dair- O i. i1Ie--
*' hE *f'et U ".i ti5



For tillnes*,


A Prosperous Business Woman.

I''-et ,41; -llc'. 4~a1 ir ''oI4 t2 05 '!1,' \\ii,
thirt. prizt-t ii th e -tta t'4e'uv wt l.'1a1 a"
i4i 44l~o~'tr 'a and -I'jll-

I IIai 'i A~t i' '-ait IIl I a. v "-I. 4 tha rI III.fu-' t II re

Ilarat~oil-jilnatitvoftial.': 1Mill Ila I).

\li".'- ()4v .'l-s l" i llb' ol to)' nnr.i \\ -o1'.

aw iii~ Cs.ate 'tSparr tv.m t lc
~%''tt'. ti'' lnt iafa' w) l If af I i e I an-lt

7" 64q,3 '.eljtr it v a 51' *h" a .

tnuni~'ltna. Aut fa v i-t. ''l-'ialt :I- 1they

It t aa tilt- iL'a'"

4't t- I x I -a't, i-', Ii.t J' -is' '1 1 'U' :1 't;~

tjr' lxt t i 4'. I cI k' I t '' I''. atI

Mi;i I ft- Oti! ii v I

o ~ zve4 -, *'ui''.'~l'- I

ft ll'I ''i4ii

byIb *v XX

Mi 411') Ii-c0-i'm ':m i -I-1 ',d ~ ~ n ~ .
Mr.T. P-'-:u

Ii'!t''~ :t~sl'I'a t' t~e'0'mrsil~1.'r leI'

jI I

To Cure a Cold in One Ddy

Ir .:- ftu l ; %C t'. 1n III., Q i *(; t'u & .'.
a-t mr'I'M ta, F. W.a ,

'Is I4'aj:i N l am.'r hli ftlit- hIonail'i~f
,?lts~rt :t d : (slev'Irtiihi Wf Bhitfhatitti.l

BvmtI B n'h a ti tM1XIr. l'rmtr:k Hall.
Withii! tilee xi'vi-T'tint. 1f z, witle mwor,-
-i' L t h -' C a is L't1 t I Cev rt-Pq'ut a

Fore warned,


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4 Y*

f(VO 'eflriV .. t W dbekot in l 'itt.

Uwhite j~k-Ust:0.14 cru-it. v.'ould form atid
(Irop tO!.Ile having the skin r--d Fnd uinflana-
Pd. rrUl; doetr4 tfi A r%.41


That's a good name for
Scott's Emulsion. Children
are like young plants. Some
will grow in ordinary soil.
Others need fertilizers.
The nature of some children
prevents them from thriving
on ordinary food Such chil-
dren grow right if treated right.
All they n, tilizer-a little extra richness.
Scott's EImulion is the right
tr, atment.
FTrtilizersinake thingsgroxv.
" it's ji;t what Scott's Emu!-
I: <,. It makcs children
in: )., gow in strength.
i : h b!o d, grow in mind.
!:.})V. That's .vhat we

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To The People of Florida:
We, the undarmigned member'm of
the Florida leganiaturt, for Lime stsiofl
of V401i, blieving the diopenstry plait
for the 4('Itrol and regiplatioii of the
liolul)! truffle to be the tiest yet devis-
e-l b~y ally'gov'erniezllt d,eliuig with

namked lieretu;, give the m'ane our unomst
hearty etdornerhent andaiberenvefl4.
We believe further, that the adoji-
t ion of tI, i iim an i~v ,he stateof orFlor-
idla, wo u I .Ikle for tile 11uoral 31)41 l ma-
t.-riaI welfare of its vitizt-ns.
%% U lj-leve that it would pui
crime t !iid crimrmil 1w)-41-4i to) such all
eItel t U-4C "to 11311%I 4-4 11pt.I I'atV.t lthe
!-tatte for ally .l.ficieneys~ii',.revt'nute
from 00ha.4 ae'uree, if any there 6e, that
I)aIaY 1'( 4Must t hlIV le adoption of this

W~e i,-l ieve ithat it will essen l :1
v')Wt jEi-4 tiljt- E'(4t4i of j o1iciig 3 !'i le~ 1

WVt- I'thleve ii t i. e a ; aI t-[

ti W~ I j i. It'W!11-' a,:*tilt. 31 'uth 4,1d ur
C Iih 1 L tth V" 4f i'- ; I I I j11.t. hIII )II,
lri! .*~it -1.1 V er I t. "n )111 t 1w I i. I, -

\Vc 'I-#.; t-ve 'furth-.r It tha It i ti 1144
t.':aI ,f zWI I I 1a11 w, )U I aI pii-11 a :tld
4f.11-t 1-4 -v (I!fII i i v.''.and lrkso~r 4 w hii'tl
:irar l-' 3014-1-1111" l Lg phi.' fr the It-j';%v.)V (I

c i s.'!iwd .'al l vi 'i i It Vcra i* Iff-- it le

,'ijiio(I thut thais plan would bie ad-
\ahltag. ''u- i's tme .,tatt. from a i allal-
citil -ii"at '44 View, the flora! l etoa'
Sili olvi !.il -in sutaILke p reet'l1efirt.if~ i
eery l V4 athei', ataut 'Vera if tht- plala
S'hout14 ld notre"ult ill Iinuaiiiial gami.
tha~t th1~e Savi rittt thle 3Youtha of thit-

ally possilkie lI-;.it i 1on~ey.
VWta-k tilt- Jpeople fC [ift-heState 44
I"Ior id : t'tip arefUhl 3' '-C &ly tlI ae(]I--
litum-io-ry sy..teru, and lhopt' in ilt- 'next

it, favor.

.1011 W .K .' 1. 1 .1

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ATTO.:N E-."T-L .T,
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4" 1-. C'A 1. L:N' ~4 .' '

()cAt. 41.'Is. 1

For Trade or Sale.
i'oat'4' are-' of fluie haanxmao.'k hLt-o
-tis 4'lt"411eil ansdI miller eli~ttit
Fwcifr :wrv'e' blearingmm J45:irttfC'ue- '.i

Itt i~~N )~:Is Xi I I r-if .1'~ r

'.4. ''~ :1 lst y aai..Z j' ,3!

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I. -. : t: .':r au.. 44, .

4*,4.mtlemimem. 41 el the 4 %%'w .4e8l
Novel lDi'-'oser).
G uirt, Gi H"rhi .q an' l .'-*,t n t i: '
, p.'-.I) 't',. To '' !. T :. "! r ,' -: ,.
1' '"5t Ut. 't!Vc. -"'I i r : ; :' t



Toys, Dolls
And all Kinds of Holiday
Coods at the store of



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Scott & Johnson.
(';c it s'A 1:I'V I "1 i, \

Irtching Skin
Distre~i by dav and night,-
That'r; the coiiaplaintt 1A thooe wha
are S'O unfortunlate' as V) be altP"'t'd
with Eczema or Saft I'hemiir-and Aout-
ward l ppi-Ai~'tiofl5 do not cure'.
They can't.
The sotiiirce ..f iwt troAule iii in ths.
binod ula:.k4 f. 03'hurt' deli thb' scal-
ing, batmruiium, it :leLga skinid~e~ will
6,1 vwas tak.'ra with all pitching, ON3My
arnis which fir. c t very disaer.'ahlo. I
"icwiudeeI it wat- -:ttri-urhei ~ana 1ixdl.uht aa
after 1 it :itoncet~khg -1 I felt better aro"I A
wa-' nut twi.!! Letir. I wa4" itire-4. IHave
tie'er had any 'kjin e16wase iiiii'e." I.
11). L. WARDi', 4 sV f '.1441t. Sid.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
and Pills
rid the blood of all iwpuritics and cumb
all eflij~ioKIs.

NAD I't 1,0 Ni W11. M'.IA V.

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w- Here is what Chase & Sanborn say of their Tea importation for the last
p- six months, ending January I st, 1902---and not one pound of poor tea:
- %3188 Chests 1,422,880 Pounds.

)ALITY Is sure to be appreciated We are their selling agents and

SGuarantee Every Pound of Tea or Coffee bearing their signature to
,.-be as represented. Price for good quality not any more than you
Should have to pay for a poorer grade. .

SS: Have You Tried -

S HCrined Fruits and &\retblsay If noth -et a can of each of the different

S kind of \neoetables and try them. You will findt that they are as near
S iperfLct as can sure put in a can. Compare thare with any other so-called d

,,.- best can goods by opening them together, emptying the contents in a S
Guaowl or dish then you ndill be ale to see tat their c.igm for superiority o-

AP is justified besides the price is as low as any. It is economy to use the
- best, and doubly so when price is no mquaity not anre. more than you
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