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a~ vi-it 14i er lbliuuul-4)1, 1V14 attends
thet rin-t it iitf- for tha* deaf (dumT!b1,arid
'il -t St. Augustinv. 'M rs. Holly
I, V,.'ry n1111101il.'afi'd Witth thle iii-ti-
t it I i, 1IiI it-way ii Iwiitchi it is eoil-
oictietd alit every things in eontieftioui
14 414?'3' K~~idney' Itire tiiakies tbe
k 14111ev.4 h I iid badder riglit. 4'onti nhi
3)04 dli~ rig it4j1rjotud. Sold lby Anti.
,01~4~4Y Drift Store. In
1*11. F. A. E zu is, formerly of St.
A(idrex!w Ila Iy, andi at oine time editor
(of thle ('h'alft NeW'., 1"4 tDOW asistAnt
edt'4Itr of the ejildreii's sectioni of the
Siunday edition o)f thle New York
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6 toe, -o ea.'h yvar the
crops and customers hiave
gown grrairr. iliat 0 the
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arid "own than Any atI Y f P
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TiHE OCALA IAW 41fItj MARCUi 291l, 100
THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL.
An aged minstrel once lay dying in Algiers,
Whe-r he'd lived in lonely exile for full many
He had sprung his laded outfit of conundrums
o er and o'"-r
Till his herc? and outraged countrymeti couuil
not stand any more.
To tht nativre- gathered 'round him there
He a: rated this sad story. with what breath he
had to spare-
I was born in old Kentucky. whirre the mea-
dow breezes blew
.There' a gag that is a corker, but. of course,
it's lost on you);
I ctuldl handle lint- from childhood. so. they put
nieon the stage
tThat, lerlap- is rather youthful. but astutinLtr
tor its agte'.
I wa- alway- late in rising. -o I soon lbetamnt a
V. .' i k: ,< haitily up k t, hait t onm i. a u1 tuttI'k a s
Mt t1--t j.ke. w re -t )l l!.n I s;,,ik it. thet-y itira -
Iv alwa-' lbawlted -
.. l itht age 1 11 whti-p-r to t Vou i that u.i-t
on thad -you stalled ..
I %%A. alledI a burnt cotk artist. tlli uigh I I bdid t
ai a iy- >lIaw
i l tul iU ifi next to t h) at t eh n:t i a I lilet III%
tn >tlitr-it -la;tw '
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f'1 it h % %'i tg t o ul tilt-,
\W I t|ti I iit J;, \ (;l.-t l < x, iif b l and his
I' : A ni twl.a t
\ hi .. a te U i 1 were '.ht li tink iitt- II r. -
th. :ll-iAt-t. 'Oilt the I(Al.
It --aiut that :at N:ag:rai suc h a fall! a i n wi:l
I-.lyV, you say 'Niagara'- Why t,- th.t pllac.
I tnninUg y't-
"Ftien&d. I st- that I amill dvin lg y vyoulr \'ll-
l.ik< the dog, my l breath is cotntmmg in a>ii l .' vi:t-
ed1 p ntl,.
'ot I lid you keep thos-e truas-tir ol the wit of
And like the chicken. I.to) corlvtit thtie i titi
Liike the man that led the camaelt, I ani m
ith the tied-
W which last witticism choked him, anid he \\iink-
ed one eve and died -
Beautiful Wedding at Cotton Plant.
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock St.
John's Methodist church at Cotton
Plant was the scene of a very leauti-
ful wedding, when Mr. Dwight New-
comb Barco and Miss Annie ('lark
were united in marriage by Rev. Mr.
The church was a bower of Marshial
Niel roes, and other beautiful flowers,
and was the work of loving friends of
the bride and groom
Meamrs. James and Joe Hudgins, of
Fellowship, were the ushers.
When the strains of the wedding
march, played by Mrs. (eo. Ira Sin-
gleton, sounded the bride and groom
entered the church. They were pre-
ceded by little Claude and Ethel Hay-
craft, cousins of the bride, who carried
beautiful bankets of flowers and scat-
tered them before the bride and
MiE dClark was very prettily gowned
in white paris muslin, daintily
trimmed in lace and ribbon. She car-
ried a bouquet lof bride's roses. The
gr mn was gowned in the convention-
After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Barco went at once to the groom's
home at Fellowship where they will
Those who attended the wedding u
from kbcal were Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
liarco and Miss Sue Barco, parents
and sister of the groom; Mrs. (C'arries
IAng, aunt of the groom, and Mr. and
Mrs. George Close.
it sauels The World.
No discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement .
that bas been caused by Dr. King's 9
New Discovery for consumption. Its M
severet tests have been on hopeless !
victims of consumption, pneumonia, w
hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis, s
thousands of whom it has restored to T
perfect health. For coughs, colds,
asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness
and whoopingeough itis the quickest, pl
surest cre in the world. It is sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store,.who
gMaumatee tatfaction or refund mon-
ey. arge bottles and $1.00. Trial l
bottles free. 1
feared if lie is taken to Sumterville, Ti
ie scene of the murder, State's At-
rney Carter had the proper papers a
prepared and signed by Judge Bullock di-
have him imprisoned at Tanipa TI
itil the day fixed for his trial.
governorr Jennings has ordered a be
ecial term of the court to be held at wa
imterville so that lie can be tried at
ice, and that there may be no cause sti
r the law's delay. in
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time if neglected is (
ble to cause pneumonia which is (
often fatal, and even when the (
tient has recovered the lungs are (
weakened, making them peculiarly tro
iceptible to the development of (
nsumption. Foley's Honey and ,So
Lr will stop the cough, heal and
lengthen the lungs and prevent the
eumonia. Sold by Anti-Monopoly To
ug Store. m n
Concert to be Given on April 15th. on
)n the evening of April 15tb, the Hil
ies of the Methodist church will Pa
e a concert in the opera house. his
Tuesday afternoon the Ocala
Reading Club held a very interesting
and profitable meeting at the home of
Mrs. C. C. Todd.
The president of the club, Mrs. F.
A. Teague, read a splendid paper on
"Newspapers and Merials." She Ie-
gan with the first attempt at anything
in this line and told of the wonderful
development of the newspaper and
magazine down to the present day.
Her sketch was an extremely inter-
Miss Meta Jewett gave a sketch ,of
the life and works of Richard Steele
and a reading from tone of his works.
Mrs. Tood was the last on the pro--
gram and read and interesting article
oni Daniel DeFoe. and several selec-
ti ons from his works.
The club will niet with Mrs. A.
L. Izlar next week.
La Grippe Quickly Cured.
"'In the winter of 189iS and iS'eI
w.s taken down with a severe attack
of what is called la grippe," says F.
IL. Hewett, a prominent druggist of
Winfield, Ill. "The only medicine I
used was two bottles of ('haniberlain's
S'ough Remedy. It broke up the cold
and stopped the coughing like magic,
and I have never since been troubled
with grippe." ('hanmberlain's Cough
Itemedy can always he depended upton
to break up a severe cold and ward offl
any threatened attact of pneutnonia.
It is pleasant to take, too, which
makes it most desirable and one of thlie
most popular preparations in use for
these aailients. For sale bly Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. n
Mr. Pasteur Robbed.
Sunday night shortly after midnihlit
a burglar entered the Pa'teur hoine in1
the first ward. lie went into the room
(woupiied by Mr. ( eorge lPasteur and
escaped with a pair of that gentle-
man's troui'rs and about thirty;dollars
in cash. Mr. Pasteur was awakened
and saw some one leave his room, but
thought it some member of the fam-
ily. However, he called, and his call :
not being answered he got up and
went hurriedly in pursuit. The thief r
eft the house as though he were ac- c
tuainted with the place. Mr. Pas- e
eur g &ve chase for some distance, but t
lot being armed and not knowing the s
extent of the theft at the time, gave t
ap the: chase and returned home to j)h
discover his loss. tl
A Severe Cold for Three Months.
The following letter from J. A. f
Cusbauni, of Batesville, Ind., tells its
wn story: "I sutliered for three
iontlis with a severe cold. A drug- s
ist prepared mie some medicine, and F
physician prescribed for me, yet I s
id not improve. I then tried Foley's i,
l[oney and Tar, and eight doses cured
ie." Refuse substitutes. Soul by
dti.Monopoly Drug Store. n i
Murderer Captured. t
Sheriff Nugent received a telegram ,
yesterday from Sherif!' Lanie, of Sumni lo
r *unty, stating that the murderer O
f Lee Graham, the particulars of "li.
which was given at thle time in this It
iper, has been captured.
As the safety of the prisoner's life
Another Factory for O0ala.
A deed was recorded Saturday
from Mr. J. M. Meffert to the
Hagerstown Spoke and Bending Com-
pany, of Hagerstown, Md., for a lot
near the little works and the plant of
this company now located at Dyers-
burg, Tenn., will immediately be re-
moved to Ocala. The lot is a most el.
legible location, having a spur on both
roads and water and other facilities
already at hand and u-ed in connec-
tion witli the lime kiln.
This factory will use all kinds of
hard woods and will mean a great
deal toward tlie upbuil ling of Ocala,
and will give eimploymenlit to a titinum-
ber of (persons.
Step iby step Ocala is -itriling for-
Ocala is lirg'ely indebted to Mr.
TlThoias W. Lutz for inducing the lo-
c'ation oif this factory here, and the
Ocala Banner, on behalf of the peo-
l ple of this city, extends to him its
We hoile that O),ala imay continue
to unfurl this mnotito: e hlang our
banner oin the outer wall; and the
cry is, 'till they copII."
Strikes a Rich Find.
"I was troubled for several years with
chronic indigesti,'n and nervous de-
bility," writes F. J. Green, aof ialncas-
ter, N. IiH., "No renimedly helped lie un-
til I began using Elect ri HBitters,
which tli!d ime moire goitl than all tlie
medicines I ever used. They have also
kept my wife in excellent health for
years. She says Elhctri HBitters aie
just splendid for feniale troubliles; that
they are a grand toni andl iinvigorator
for weak, runi down women. Noi other
ledicilie 'can tke ilts:'plae iin .ur
family." Try Item. Only 0 ',3 Satis-.
faction lguirantleedl y ti.e Anti-%Vo-
Ilioply Drull Store. 1
The Crystal Springs of Florida.
Nearly all Ot tr .,aiii i of Flor-
ida originate iiin l rger pritigs af" re
ruarkalbly clear water. Some t of the-se
ringss farni lake of considerable
liniiensioellns, while others Ilow off di-
rectly in ,olil, stream-. 'I'le water is so
clear that the nmo t minute objects,
ven oni thte bottom, are readily dis-
inguishied and large streams of cry-
tal water can ie -enii gushing up
lirough white colored limestone beds
}eneatli. At points remote from
hiese inlets the liottomi is covered
with the long green moss that grows
nly in pure spring water; beautiful
ishi of many varieties are aho plainly
visible. The outlets of the spring are ,
generally deep, narrow and rapid I
dreams. Of so much importance to
lohrida are these river producing
springs that the U'nited States (,eo.-
)gic'al Survey, in its investigation
f the country's water resources, has
Lade a series of measurements of
beir discharge. One of the charac- I
rihtic springg, which was measured t
ydrngrtipher H. M. fall, of the Geo- t
gicial Survey, is Silver Spring near
1iala in Marion County. It is the t
eadI the Oklawuha river and is als' t
ie head aof navigatio:i, as steamboats a
mie up the river in the spring and
ive a regular landing wharf there. 1
ie river flowing out of this spring i
as found to lie 9) feet wide. It had
mean velocity of one foot and a
charge of $22 cubic feet per second. h
ie spring basin is about :35 feet deep tl
id the temperature, late in Decemnt.
r. was 72 degrees F. Though the
iter has a slight limestone taste, it t
pears to have no other mineral con-
tuents, and is excellent for drink-
For Trade or Sale.
Forty acresof fine hammock lard,
all cleared and under cultivation
SI'l SSi < ('0.
Distress by day and night--
That's the complaint of thr'-s who
are so unfortunate as to be aillieted
with Eczema or Salt Rhelum-and out-
ward applications do not curc.
The source of thi trouble is in the
blood-make that p'ude anti thti: s'C:l-
ing, burning, itching skin disease 1\ill
"I was taken with an itchin on on my
arms which prove-d very
concluded it was salt r!ienim it ; ii :i-'! :t ;
bottle of HaiM t's MSarsa;iarilla. Iii tw' dl.iy-
after I began taking it I felt better :ai'l 'i
was not long before I was ciurevl. Hllvt
never had any A:kin disease since." .1 i-.
IDA E. WARD, ('uve Poiint. Md.
rid the blood of all impurities and cure
Rule 49 of The State Board of Health.
T 'o ti' l'hv .t i Ie ln! : i .i :
Physicians and all other- haviiis
charge of or attending eases f t coi. -
niunicable disease, which are rt jiiireil
to libe reported to tlie president of thli
state board of health of I lorida, I.Y
rule -) of tlie state lbotirl i f hia.ll i.
viz: IDiptheria, measles, lepro-y andal
scarlet fever, will he considered a
ColUjIyillyi to tile le a ove llentiiln I1
rule, if repotlrt is made teo alln agent f
the state board of health resident wihli
themselves. Said agent will :nlvise i-
to the means to lbe Vemllieel to I i.'-
vent a spread of tie disease :aial t<.
protect the public health iii this ian
Jo-sEl'ii 1 i'oi:i I ;,
Approved : State He.alth l li. '.
F. M. IlI, Im tV,
President of the' .S'1tae 1 '. ,,.' t
It Girdles the Globe
The fameof Buckh n's Ariiia~ .i '.
as tile Itest in the world, 'exte-n,!- i-miiml
tlihe earth. It's tile one perfect lieoal.r
of cuts, corns, liurnsi tbriii-is, -:a4 r i -,
scalds, bos, boi, ulcers, teloi, at -,it-
pains and all skin eruletionlis. nil\
infallible Pile cure. 25c a t ox at .\nti-
Monol oly Drug Store.
Mr. K. 0. Varn, eof Fort Male:e,. in
an interesting article in the Moentioiti-
ery Advertiser, makes some interest-
ng statements regarding the cultiva-
ion of the velvet bean, its value as :
orage crop and its utility in building
ip the soil. He has lieen planting tle I
velvet bean for the past six years, aniil
his season will put in four hliuindlril
acres of beans. Mr. Varn -tates tIlat
e has known the velvet bleani to ncro-
uce nine tons of hay alnd seventy-
ive bushels of shelled beans on lanils
rlichl would scarcely prlue'., i wenti y
uhlels of corn.
Robert's Chill Tonic removes thie
cause. It cures and prevent." chills
nd fevers. lPleasant to take. Price
kcts. No cure nolay. Win. Andelr-
Mr. Samuel Teague has returneal
ont a visit to the capital. He s:ays
iat we have a working adminislitra.
on. He found every imemnber 0f tlie'
ibinet busy. The present adminiis-
ation, having no illustrious line of
addition to fall hack upon, is deter-
lined to make traditions of its own.
Have you a cough? A dose f lBal-
rd's Horehound Syrup w ill relieve it.
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rice 25 and 54ke. Anti-Monopoly
rug Store. In
Mr. WV. J. ('hamibers has announced
s candidacy for state senator from i
e twentieth senatorial district.
ie two principal planks in his -plat-
rm is opposition to the present sys.
11 of leasing convicts and his op. -
sitiou to a dispensary law.-St.
Much pain and uneasiness is caused
piles, sparing neither age nor sex.
bler's Buckeye Pile Ointment 'ures
e most obstinate cases. Priee, .',.,
bottle; tubes 75c. Anti-Mionopeoly
ug Store. In
WANTI.i--Men to learn barber
ide; great demand for barbers dur-
g summer rush: two months coin-( 1
tes; last thirty days that scholar.
p, board, tools and transportation
a be earned. Positions guaranteed.
rite Moler Barber College, New Or-
ns, La. 321"tIt
Foley's Honey and Tar
Cures coughs and colds.
'tires bronchitis and asthma.
Cures croup and whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial
'ures pneumonia and la grippe.--
ld by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
A Card of Thanks.
the Editor Ocala Banner.
Permit me through your columns,
behalf the pupils of the Ocala
gh School, to thank Mr. ('. M.
rker for three hundred copies of
excellent book of school songs.
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."
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in preparing appetizing and
wholesome food is lightened by
this famous making powder.
F ine Puddings
I s'* r' i'qa1 .tinzpowde.'(c'
.. t' nt ltio. ,ut iiv% arte -k
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Sin.e of thit catnlIidates. for the state
s.t lt -ie uzi&e-s that there are two
UII'111bet" to be .'lv.etu'dl to the lower
house froii thii~ *ittity and there is
no lin.---ity for e-v' ybody rutiining
for t li -e inate'.
La gripi omu'aiis itId qui.'kly to
thi* wond-rful curative qualities of
F',ley'* Hoitaey awl Tar. There is
nothing 'els- "jui-'t a- go(ol." Sold iby
Anti-Moinopoly lDrug Storn. ItI
We hiad a v-ry 1.1h a.-atit visit Tues-
day fromii Mr. I). E. Chalker, of
h'1'-iit City. Mr. I hialker is a native
of this c'ounly aind was a 'oittributor
to thi .olumtiiw.o of the Ocala lHanier
thirty years agou .
Stt= Attorniey Carter iniform-i usi
tli-it thI .riminiial tile of thie circuit
vi:tirc'ly'leare'd by Salurday niglit. It
i- thie s.hortest enrmi of court that we
liav\'' liad in many yar-s.
Trydings A- 4 '. have just rcv. 'ived a
V'ie supply of --eeds for spring plant-
iv,!, amiiog lli1em melons' tomato,
seedd hear u- in our past reputation for
handling iu riood fresh stock. 1
Mr. A. E. Bulnett hlis exhilnited in
lii- window the four loving cups won
iby Mr. (eorge K. IRoliis.,on. Miss
loui-"e (tishiby anid MissC (laud lond
in tite recent golf ,-on lest in this eity.
They are certainly beautiful ones.
NIr. 4;eorge J. Strozier, i ostmaster
and merchant of Okl-twaha, was in
the city Tuesday. Although shak-
iln'_ hands with friends on every side,
M i. Strozier says lit' is not a candidate
for either the senate or the house.
"J:ack" Snl Il, the man arrested
Friday for passing counterfeit money,
,pleaI guilty to the charge of counter
feiting and passing logus money, at a
preliminary examination before Coim-
misiioiner D. S. Williams Saturday.
M.Selma Ziummermian, f('nt-
ton, who has been vi-4titigi relatives
in C edar Bronson Rald
Oeala s'i nv- t.taf .r, :trrivu'd ill tfile
h-it3'this We ek .'~t ~ ~t" 1 il I'41", Iw iffnc 't?,
the guest 'if h# r oitint ,"ir-i. ().'.
I'ole, f 4)~l~, ~i--'n Ole p jroigramn
April 1, to Il. r. 4rave.s mill speak
(ill eTt h riutnifosmt Essenitial Quali-
ticatioii- ,aid kw~.v. J. (C. Porter on
the P~~n' 'iiIea"lroressor E.
0. ExeelI will hauve chtargae of thelie u-
siv at t he c v ,-iit ioit. 'The jr iograin
is a very satir-r:'*or3* 4pe.
The court and j
delay Saturday in hi
W. K Zewatski
W. J. M..-Grath. 1I
s7(0. Tihet jiry foi
ant. Judge I1. 1'C.,
tlie plaintiff, andl
Sistrunk aind N.
The criminal si
court was begun )
ease that engaged t
court and jury wa
Owens, who is chOa
thing concerning ol
common African d
When YO wak ,, iup I.itb a bad taste legal phrase reads.
in yiour mouth 34you rniy know that domestic animal."'
you t iil i 41a ..sp of C thaniMlbe'rlain's defended by his at
S oivi;uh & L.ivt r Tal':lets!. They will Daivis, and was acsq
tlealiie your st:>i,'i" Ih, improve your The next party di
aplpetetit, amind niiak*,' ti f-el like a It was the State of
new manti. They 'are- c!sy to take, Warrock, who wi
being sugar eouated, an!d I.leasant in breaking into and e
eeIli-t. For sale' by A I!i-Monopoly He said he was r
Drug Store. Ill wanted no lawyer..
(t-orge Frost, a coloredd 1:1an1 wlio has and sentenced to on
l.been working susoietime ain the Plant itentiary. It will tI
System yards, and who has been he broke into and r
noted for his quietiness and sobriety, Mr. Elmore Davids
hteamtnet a raving mianiar yesterday. Tuesday was a
He proclaimed himself to be "Sitting circuit court and it
Hull," "'(Cicero," "Napoleon I ona- with extraordinary
parte" and all the other lig names in The following w
history. He was finally quieted by tried:
two physicians administering chIloro- The State of Fl
form to liint. It is feared that his Holot s, assault wit
in'ilady is peruianeit. tier. Verdict, guilt
State of Florida v
Siou will never wish to take another
mock, .arrying c,
dose of pills if you once try Chamber- ,
Verdict, guilty. S
hlin's Stomach & Liver Tabh ts. They
are easier to take and more pleasant State of Florida
in tllect. They cleanse thlie stomach selling liquor w
selling liquor withe
and regulate the stomach and bowels. .
f'ir sale loy Anti-Monopoly Drug guilty,Se te e ,,
State of Florida v
SStore. son, breaking and e
True to their business motto, the Verdict, guilty, sen
'Tena Pot groceryy is an up to date firm years in the state re
ai.d aie most persistent and conspicu- The circuit court
ous advertisers. They make advertis. day Wedn esday in
ing as much a part of their business of Florida vs. Angi
as buying and selling goods, and while charged with the n
they never neglect the newspapers, Solomon, which
they take advantage of every other county near Fairfie]
mode of advertising, and are always Jones tied but wa
happy when pleasing their customers, four months ago in
They have on hand now a beautiful He was defended
selection of Easter cards, which they B. Bullock, who coi
inter'l to distribute to their numerous meant about night
customers in this city. ney Carter delivered
If your child is cross or peevish, it is the prosecutor aft
no doubt troubled with worms, listening attentive
White's ('ream Vermifuge will re- charge, the jury reti
move the worms, a'rd its tonic effect morning returned i
restore its natural cheerfulness. Pricemorning returned
. tuof manslaughter in
..w. Anti-Monoploly Drug Store. m
with a recommends
We hope our readers will bear in of the court.
mind that there will lie a Farmers' A Word to
Institute meeting in Ocala next Sat- Any sick woman
urday. These institutes have been suit by letter with
very successful in other parts of the chief consulting p0h
state and have been productive, we valids' Hotel and
".an almost say, of a new era in farm- Bu-ltlo, N.Y. IL
ing. There will be some very practi- of more than thirty
a staff Iof nearly a
cal lecturers here on that occasion stat' nearly
physicians, Dr. Pici
who will tpeak on subjects they are physicians, Dr. l i
perfectly familiar with and upon cured over half a n
which they ate able to give a vast diseases peculiar to
with success. Thi
amount of valuable information. t i sol. tel
letter if absolutely I
This paper hopes the meeting will be is trted as strictl
lrgel anis treated as strictly
largely attended. credly confidential
Malarial poison, chills and fever are mailed promptly gi
positively cured by using Robert's ical advice. All an
Chill Tonic. 25cets, your money back plain envelopes bei
If it fails. WVm. Anderson, t printing of any kin
fear and without
In his testimony Saturday in the er, B wiho, u.
celebrated Belleview case Mayor T
Ridge stated that our neighboring vil- mocr
lage was never more prosperous than e wl
There will be a m
it is today. He says that every house Damoctc Execu
was occupied this winter and that the the New Windsor
hotel was crowded to its utmost ca- of Jacksonville, o
pacity. That there are more paved 15th, at 10 o'clock,
streets and side walks,, more shade n as c f th
ing is called for the
trees and that they are better cared
a chairman of the
for, and indeed the outlook from all ,, .. ,
t Court. Another Stock Farm.
jury were, busy :all Tie Orali Hn tin eri intf ,rinarn.l tlat
,earing the case of Mr. S'. H. i ;.itskill, of .M -lit,-I b. lias
vs. Candi-s P. Me- pur'liasedi the farmi :;ini :il tilh ltinuil-
t of tiht- tate of tivatd ;i:o i s tb.lo in, ', 1 1,,l'. \% il-
''l suit w.as fr an lian J. C 'i:mrttii.r.. it il i 1 ilv. rt
fet. in tlie t' u., of the ainem into n t iit i;-ti- i at 1 *-', k
ind f'r tle det-feilt- farni. 'I i I i'l.s ,ijy ilw re'llut:i
,lt'liby, ripresensIlt-d tio 44 ,,, l i;il i. Al i.-I 1 ; 1 -44i. i il. V
Met.srs. Ca'rls L. anl !:r'I t ;oiii 'ilay- :l:|t l I, l1i ,e
M. Allrtie ti, dle- pii .-.!. h ,r I chhl i will .."e *i, -tl.
A 'tr t- i 'i' IhI e ll.,-t v .rI i'0 r.'-
de of tile circuit |ful c i. i,!.i rati i, e i nf r.-..l .'y pl.' -
Monday. The first tical a lj.jii ,.iti :li.1d
lihe attention of the Mi. t;itskill i. t i.I.,roughlly imnit ud
is that of Chorus wit, !,wi,, li.rf th, t! i o, k t I I i i--
rged with ', "some- e ihe, .- lilt ill i -, ..
ra ie4W," toi ue the lmuchl li : re !hi, oiply.
ltlinit ln, lit tlhe li e ,- .,i i 'h i :, i (; ifoi
"tile larceny (If a and ,. leti r 1. ,I fr.1,11
Chorus wais ably the velvet iani an ,1 re-in-
torney, Mr. E. V. freld by siich other cross l eHl ii-,
uitted. potatoPs, e(t('., that hio)zs iUnl leef
idi not fare so well. cattle can be fattened -lheapi.r here
Florida vs. Frank than any other place on art h, inld hIt
is charged with feelsso certain of this fact that he in-
ntering a building. tends to give it a trial on a itsoaiewhat
eady for trial and extensive scale.
lie was convicted WVe wish him abundant success
ne year in the pen-
o remembered that You Know What You Are raking
robbed the home of When you take (Grove's Tasteless
on. Chill Tonic, because the formula is
busy day in the plainly printed on every'iottle, shiow-
disposed of cases ing that it is simply Iron and qui-
swiftness. nine in a tasteless form No cure, lino
;ere the tihe tses ay. 5')'.
orida vs. lRichard
th attempt to niur-
s' Solomon Wani-
ieiatence, $150 and
vs. Frank Lyons,
uta license. Plead
5 and costs.
's. Richard Ander-
ntering a building.
tenced to serve two
was engaged all
The Belleview Case.
'The above named case engaged
the attention of the circuit court all
dlay last Friday and seems des-
tined to become famous in
our judicial literature. It was argued
at great lengtL by the attorneys in the
case and so much feeling was engen-
dered that the creditability of one wit-
ness was impeached. The case was
given the jury about sundown, and it
returned a verdict about supper time.
The verdict was strictly"democratic."
It opposed the policy of expansion and
Seizing new territory without first ob-
taining the consent of those sought to
the case of state be governed.
us Jones, who was
murder of Robert
occurred in this
Id in the year IS99.
s captured about
by Mr. Raymond
included his argu.
all. States Attor-
ed his speech for
er supper. After
ly to the judge's
hired, and Thursday
a verdict of guilty
the second degree
nation to the mercy
is invited to con-
Dr. IR. V. Pierce,
,ysician of the In-
an active practice
y years, assisted by
score 4f associate
rce has treated and
million women. All
women are treated
is consultation by
FREE. Every letter
y private and sa-
l. Answers are
ving the best med-
swers are sent in
ring on them no
Ad. Write without
fee to Dr. R. V.
tic Executive Corn-
meeting of the State
Live Committee at
Hotel, in the city
n Tuesday, April
a. m. This meet-
purpose of electing
committee and for
.ikn M r,, .. h S,, ru
Our Stock of
Ift 4 1 Wl
Foley's Honey ad Tar
cures colds, prevents pneuamoue.
S ~'Y iij
Ilen's and Boys' iotning
Is Being Sacrificed
So as to make room for the New Spring and Sumnnmr Msmli
Now is your chance to buy.
812.00 Men's Suits ---.------------ -----.
10.00 Men's Suits -----. ----------- 7 --
s.00 Men's Suits ............------------.-------- .oo
5.00 Men's Pants ---------.----------- :;. *:
4.00 Men's Pants-------------------..............
3.00 Men's Pants--------------------- 'o
2.00 Men's Pants ---------------- I.-5
5.00 Boys' Suits.-----------------------;.
3.00 Boys' Suits..-------------------. .
2.00 Voys' Suits----.------.....--- It.'.
Come while the stock lasts as it cannot last long at tle' altv.
prices. Our Ery and Dress Goods will also ibe sold at sacrificing
prices for the next few days. Don't throw away your money by
buying these goods elsewhere.
We Have Just Got in
A Car Load of Buggies
And we are sure they are the Very Best Buggie
ever offered for the price. We have been selling
them for two years and have never had a Single
Complaint. They are Beautifully Finished and they
Wear Well. Those who have bought them say so.
They have Handy Bow quarter leather top, long dis
tance dust-proof axles, spring cushions, fine leather
trimming, rubber and Brussels carpets, rubber steps,
patent shaft couplings, double braced shafts, and are
Fully Guaranteed to give entire satisfaction.
I i M N ft'P&AfA-O u0A tA%
Absolutely pare. It adds
healthful qualities to the food.
* ass. -. .
A Delightful Party.
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aw 4 1k.a-,wr~ife? aliL. JMS Arge-~ t
Lltilst'( tLAt, IuIIAUhkiCLUrIbF Lb(lUiI:'.%u
Lies WLit~f t VuUILt
Lsa. juaunufatture( I LILALit flt n!e~
it .ra'u'' 1 user'- v tlt l 11t CI:t ft ""[ji,
ti0it ''' CC' l, st- wee iij i t t i'Z lt- inlu ;
att ua~ l.:utt ILPUMOe.- L, tt. is
E1%1.flit gta~s*: Le.rd: s.a-ee Ht
kCtiltl-aeuLIM-19 i ), tist I UIWG Latsbi
IL OUO~l L&UAt dLAW-ttt%&tCMijt!!ruAU i
we &it su ipec Lu 1Ci711' ~1
tphaL- Ofti' it IgiioL~t~ar't*-.at,
wi5CestA81jit(, Atswds,, iter e,-vww !i- r
The Candidates i.nc that: .
Ttiere'ta re t imtelN j ry.sit VtICu-.tiotir~U...ni14g~iULJ1aWIUh
Lules- UjOuttLital it 14i' OfLt- t s,'rtsj. I
iste9' i.'i uto a titu A(I -0 better mudumitrlt'a
thxetbeai "et Utzfl M(.IC a' ~ i-L~U r~.ew rt vtery iarge.-
InlUtJit. tuts-'lts!"W :s'A Auq ie. fLaI- a ri.
A~tt- ~ni f~Ur i agaItatt: a.tutr9L-$tr tei
fcisL w uttAL itpt Iia o: --
Art yut. fuy r u' ga) tit :a. yi ac ~'mxnwat. MISC) Wet' jtohltifiiter .'I vpur
~~~eu LFmthii.art' MiLutjat Iitu!t.tle,
Iataa&~vk~* Litk M'I'Nluit ifLilt' lwe. We- Laave' J.AtIIWLs jug smueb arge-
It ruty ut- t'Lt'rzaa tJ et i~alt life o f IA eP I U tt t j e f
ev-erl"Utiisy QeuibL f,,r ud iduttoi furiarciuateta hy r f'e
I t 1 : t i
h` i -'
lie C *!-.'1il1 it-'
WEST SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE OCALA FLORIDA
J. F. EDWARDS'
BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,
Gainesville .nd Occ::. Fl1,.
FINE WINES, WHISKIES and BRANDIES.
The Juzr attd kem Tradte Made a %1'eqiaI Fejeturte
*For $3.20,. 4 FulQuarts
*OF THE CELEBRATED 7-.VIAR- 00
TH jAhA BA!1
(litu world ntie u! ii!b~sui
11f, flgtit taod! I:Iru)elIII'
ni t, vow kit, I it f- a I i:1v:efI
111pallsi11 11tr -
po'I,tiiaii. e-i 119- I.t
S'-it ru tlL4I '.1 '
Ladies' Dress Goosd
.A .-.k 9
*i. >' .
I't~j % % l' Iii:I %FI.R I o%411i tI k
S L ..
Vlayerq %Ottw a
o* 0 !.p*.t ',
Wsemen as Well as Men
kre Made UseraMe by
* -. '...re-s uponr the rind. dis-
217"1 it; r. tautv, vigor
2A:. ch-,rfulnea's soon
ld'r;,ear vhen the kid-
__ ~ t : tufnlc,)r-, non
a ct.; t- bo r~n.
-c : I~ first
I -e hr!'t f~
I e f5au-It Ad
. Uc[r Kinet
t: Y I che .'.ie an6-
Th GRADO JLVS PRESENTMENT.
Ow C P '.omIn inFine Shape, Cotan-
0 c % a fuc more loom
a 'I ll- fi
e ~ -, a-I ,U I I
*X .1 It Ic a in v
I :4 a
~ a -I Ine r'aif-.4
t V* :--I -'- I lee'
,' *,. i e ; .lt, it s I t li4-ers
. .-- o iitr, l lri ti!t ll '
\l I h'n~\~.
-n- I I N Il.. 1*1-1, UA 1%.%l ~-
-,. j -..tt11mltt. (i cf the
"o'.. st farmm b eag leave
.1. l~it, foi~lc.witig reja.,ort:
e ,.'e~i~ I -Mnf!ittion Aud~fl
11-A hlle.we- ktI~w thle ill.
.f~? it exaeinettantd
lit I- I arI~ temCKIre$ICs al
asitin to) Itm heziegits to the lax
tlayen- liver tile Originial system of
nilmittailving p~l'AIper, we litid the
Ilr(lwerty fil thisi inStitUtion ill WoodI
ee~nit'iwicon, liv jmrenzises neatly kept,
the. house-= o'eeta;ied Iby iuuinates theat
M1141t-e'.taii: I bat thle farin hus so vv
sup ojvs itsonll ttm-4l eol:Sisti mug fofcorn,
feeelel-i-, johioilo-r..e, hmay anmd a criolo of
('at-. ill goIMdtI amdhii iom, %% 1mb-ishou~tld
to I -'11110 X.e I I l' I'm" tIlee x IwlmI (if IOI l te
fire-t-itm? 3.-ar. We thiffo undler t1a
4eliamic- orf ill.. e-mlp*rinitetmuleat t welve'
Ilmaatl-- -.~, 4l~b~~e ,iil-I ive White,
whf, -um Iwl w'.ell tr..ateul imid
'-:t 1 4l1 f.or. W.v tiao fivtIme I~ulul it Ii I
aI r -Li ,I t 4, l l .4 crth t ilre a r.Ia, fornc
4l.4 ott I I et --'ll fe 'it I c1 1 I-4 I '1111i 'tlI1ev
v, oiel i t -- of t I it- o,"or fa rimt ie s r t( i ime
''Iuilli'em tlil'it 1lleeiley (-1411111 have
l'et-li -a~v.-u ii ll e.-il4-talwoe% i.41 il-
p urc-hu'-.,e i s m I e I'. 'r tlie*f-ttir, hut :is
wtai ftw'e-fre- 't ekn~ow thie*farmiki
a-;v* I Y#t all f X.1 llill.
TIlehe ~iell iim ie-llinthe pooor farmI
1Ii-i~ll~ig we titng, We oucrld -ugg. st
tt t iehivwlmi..i :m.--rs II ixtt ill our
'Pe~aienit wcmW 1el .'ttt~r tot have sointt
terravei Ia mo itt iiv te'- ri.map. imi a
It-t-jstgr N l-le a.' lit 11W I'ii tanteal.o
i~-t41teeaumi :ge~l.V~tjl.3time- -Lratiol
Tile r-l it in-tvy rainis have pre-.
vented all ctI ltie ll:tt woods farmerr,
frotiei tini-lhini I -aittill their cr l -.
lltd lim- will ih e.. vr:tl ditys li.efore.
li-y i-an alt' t!o filinisi. a'.s lise land
is ii.d.-id to, o i lii it.
I'The F. A. ,4- oy oralnc growers
ca:n aidatin lirai. of llviing nice lookilig
oran.rt rove- :and < uite a lot of blos-
lillS-li- f tli trees are full oaf
lilcuii- ntiid a few oranges will lie
iil pt.-,I from this place next -ea-
-n, if we don't lihave iany motire e -hIl.
4'atlle are dlyiir almost in pilesl
I tl ro tii -i ,.-tioi n. Ti, iat uirnier
I ( tti.- hi:t'-v,- i..ot at least tI,OtNi
w -,rtih of c-attl. tlii- winter t nd others
liav-e ,,-t a I r.at llmaiiy, lint not s-<,
Ililit-li. 'I'lT-eret **-.t to li, ,t diei,.sease
ai i,,ii t lit,- :at tl e-.
11 i' l,'; h tli til i :i-t hi thtis section is
io0 -I at a prl,--ott onily tilne onil te sick
i.. .Mir-. A. WV. Hiuin-,;i.
1Poitmast,-r .1I. S. rantllham las
piir-li:t.. t(lie P':-teul r fari anid will
ill.ave ini a few ,days. i-e expects tol
o, .i- upI, a -e-ner:tl nierc-lianidise in
co.tllictici witlt lie Ipostaoli.e about
ti.- l ,tli of .A april.
T'lme ti-heruiali MIt. J. Ilt. \\aldroun
i- llavnia iln tl Ia.-k with l his new way
of catchiting li-h at traip. He can fur-
ni-li you with fre--ri trout every
morning faor Ireakfast. Put in your
lev. Z. A. ('runlio lto preached here
.;rd- St acty ,to a large crowd anI his
sermlou wa. a very impressive onl(.
lRev. T. J. Sistrunk tile Methodist
preacher, piareaches here every 4thI
The greatest excitement that we
have at tli- Iplace during the week is
hall playing onll every Saturday even-
inIg. Tlie club i has just recently been
trganizoeld but somlie of the boys play
well. The score stood onl last Satur-
day evening 5ti to .7;, we expect to
liave ia gatI (d tialin before the -caeonu i.
over. iMr. E. A. Martin is captain.
A very interestig I meeting of tlir
Fort Mc4 'voy literary society was hell
last Saturday iiight ; with F. I. (Gran-
thaui in the chair. We invite all old
and yVOUng to come out and help to
make the the society a more .success-
fialonie. Sunday sehtol every Sun-
day at ; o'clock p. in.
The Fort Me( o'ay ldge went on last
Saturday evening with but few melmn-
tlers present. It seems as though the
membership of this hloire is decreas-
ing instead of increasing.
Mrs. E. M. Henderson of Lynne, has
been spending several days in our
town with relatives and friends.
Mr. J. S. (Grantham who has been
working for the O)calA Manufacturing
Co.. for sometime is home again and
is now preparing for the teachers ex-
amination in June.
Mr. A. W'. Hinson has recently re-
*- .. .llm li ..inaPl na rehan-.
Mr. (llfit)orl *Tatl,1 hii, ar!rymnan for
a firm itn Tenn, %~seq., is spending somne
Mi-ss Annie Clark were united in the
holy liondsl (i f iimatrimony in Rt.,
John ,lll lurehlu March 5, 2. 3.4-5, in the
pre-enc orf ai largeassembly of plo-
ple from ('ott oll Plant and the sur-
rounding country. The beautiful
church wa- profusely and artistically
decorated within evergreens and im-
men-e quanitics of flowers, which had
been arranged by skilled hands that
were adepts in the art of decorating.
The bride and groom under the
swect strains of Mendlessohn's wed-
ding march, played by Mrs. G. I.
singleton, were proceeded down the
aisle -of the church by the ushers, Mr
James and Joe Hudgens, followed by
little Claude and Ethel Haycraft,
each carrying baskets of sun flowers,
thile bride and gioom halting under a
bower of flowers and a heart of
miaidenlhair ferns and white carna-
tions in front of the chancel where the
impressive marriage stremony of the
Methodist EniscoDal church south
young nutlle Were t*,o happy to ,e ed
a bridal tour and went directly to 1Mr.
Bjiao's )leasatit hoi0e o il his IIxiel
farm where they will reside itnd as
' time in outr minl-t.
The air is nt:-v lil! I .wi the sweet
,perfume of lintge I1 .s-onas anld Mar-
Sechial Niel roses.
I ir.. \. 1II ikins i- having a de-
lighlflal livlrne pa-irly in h onor of her
Slarimiiini nice-, .Mi-. Hl:arp.-r,ot Itouie,
N1i-s iul:t ; .ry ani;l M11.i- Mary Ri-ar-
el .l.. t weo of ( : il *'- e 1 <-'e,0
Mrs A\!e M1:>rt11 1 il i lher .h:1irliifig
d nLIteli r, 4'i- l. 'I l P'e. ihav. Il'iell
on l t s li,,r l \ to-it i \;r .;i,.i 1\".,..I h | ,
M I-s .,y t iii ir!- ll iU-i. .
Alis-. M .\il It -.rir r lrul' l l on .
Wti-li ,d.tay tli O,-l.; 'lihe many
f'ria-meli -., l, it- iin,.t -vil hli re regret
()Orani ge Ii.l ia- i;s -lin tirightenied
tu e.iin ti- ib;.llIy the 1:1.t few weeks by
the ch lia:t iiin \'i-i;lrs rain ( ( aala, -as
we haliae a-ltiy l; li id tiv-3)lig ladies
Thitere :i\'.. lvue i aeevieral !ens and
iioniti4tliht piniii.i in liheir hlion r.
TI'lh re w\:ts :is l iaillt ii-oonllight pic-
iii t ielii on tih- i.ik" M indiay even-
1Ii. I'ho1uigh li li.' i1oo01 \i %2s no1t Hso
itrigiit, tite w-aiiitn- wa.s. l Ipautitfl and
thei iil4ly eiij,.4eIl a i| lightlful even-
11s.s I'v, er- 'i, E>f 1Mi i. :it
inli a whilti. ill thi.- ity.
Mr. atin l Mrs,. 1. II. Irvinie left o:n
WV-dlntesdlay for a visit iin
Ito attel d tlie exposition.
Mrs. Frank Ihngood, who1 has been
s-penling a while with her sister, Mrs.
Feaster, returned to Jacksonville last
"The Christiani', of M~iliutoh is a
freu tient visitor to Orange Ijike now.
WVe would like to know which oineof
the young l:idies is thle attraelion?
Mr. Willie G iary and Mr. Van Brunt,
lmroft.ssrs in tlhe ()tO:la High schliool,
cae upti Friday evening to attend a
pi-iici anid htve a molonlight row <'n
the lake and piiend tlhe night at Mrs.
eatlness Cannot be Cured
lby loal applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is oniy one way te cure deaf-
lIess, and that is byy constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
intltaned condition of the mucous lin-
inig of the Eustachlian Tube. When
this tube is itiflained you havearumb-
ling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result, and unless the inflamma-
tion can be taken out and this tube re-
stored to its normal condition, hear-
ing will ibe destroyed forever; nine
cas s out of ten are caused by Catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con-
ditioni of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
eatarrht that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
F. J. CHENEV & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
MARTEL., FI.A., MAR(lE, 19i2.
To the Editor (
Mr. I)Dwight Newconlb Barco and
As before stated, I have on hand a
carload of one and two-horse mowers,
rakes, sickle grinders and repair-
parts, and shall have in the next ten
days a car load of reapers, binders,
shredders and every part pertaining
to make harvesting a success.
Remember that the McCormick
binder is the only right hand niachine
on the market, and should you buy
any other, you are sure to be disap-
We defy and challenge the world to
meet us in the harvest field. There
is the place to show what your ma-
chines are. Call and see me and I
will give you points that will interest
you, and save you money. Every
machine sold will be put up and
tested before it is turned over to you.
F. D. POOSER, Agent.
Gentlemen, Get the New .anmi
Cue.;s Gonorrhoeg and Gleet in Ion to finur idaiiy.
Its action is niwgical. 1'events stricture. All
complete. To he carried in ve'st pocket 'SiTe
preventative. Sent by mail in plain packag'..
prepaid on receipt of price. $1 per liox, three
for 2i so. Anti-Monopoly Drug store, Ocala, Fla
A new and complete treatment, consisting ot
Suppositories. Capsules of Ointment and two
boxes of Ointment. A never failing cure for
Piles of every nature and degree. It makes ani
operation with the knife, which is painful, and
often results in death, unnecessary. w i en-
dure this terrible disease? We pack a written
guarantee in each $ box. No cure. no pay. s5c
and li a box. 6 for $5. Sent by mail. Samples
OINTMENT 923 AND 50C.
rrI TI)lO Cured, Piles Prevented, by
G l0STIPAlI I Japanese Liver Pellets, the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
purifier. Small. mild and pleasant to take: es-
pecially adapted for children's use. Fifty doses
asc. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala. 2
WANTED :-Two travelling salesmen
in each state; salary and expenses;
permanent position; experience not
absolutely essential. Address E. A.
U rt In f.Pahan VI Iarmoanarn N.'
LEY'S Honey and Tar cures coughs
[1 0and colds, hoarseness and croup,
bronchitis and la grippe.
Pleurisy, pneumonia and con- the worst
sumption are prevented cases,_are al-
by Foley's1Honey and ways relieved by
Tar. Asthma and Foleys Honey and
Tar. AsthmaandTar, and in the early
consump- stages it cures them.
. The proof that it has done thcsc things
Iis on til with your dru.iggist. We guiran-
Not :V re ie oi nh sJuet a3 v o P it or -jut tl-e !am&' as
FoteN's Hlonue an I rar, inug% there areatemsstitutei on which
de.leri make : m r preintit.
BANNER SALVE cures piles. It's glaranteed.
sensible people will Iitgin their new
relations in life utp in a pra',tical huOi-
new~ stand point. .Mly their bark
glide softly, gently and sweetly
on pil'id waters suirrmloded iy pli-ace,
prosperity andl ui-efulies-ss to9 a Ldtill
olli aire, MI-<| snafey bliiim thi-l Io to) the
haven of rt-st plrelpitred foir lie pure
anld the goodil.
Brain Food Nonsense.
Another ridiculous foidl f:t it- Iteeli
bIrainded by lile i, o' lp nlit all-
ilio itites. lhty .v eti- el.-t tile t
silly noti ii .; in illn o food is
needed foir brain, no r rr f i iiscles, I
a.id still another for I tqiones A cor-
iect ole, will not only lourism i a pair-
ticular part of the lbody, but it will
sustain every other part. Yet, hoiw-
ever good your fooit may lie, its nutri-
ment is destroyeel by itilig slioni or
dyspepsia. You must prepare fior
their appearance or lpreven t their
coming by taking regular doses of
<(reen's August Flower, the favorite.
medicine orf the healthy millions. A
few doses aids digestion, stiinmulates
the liver to healthy action, purities tilhe
blood, anid makes you feel buoyant
and vigorous. You caln get (. 4;.
(;reen's reliable remedies at Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. d(wl
Paints Etc .
The Montezuma Hotel,
.I. P. Gillowiay. Prop. E K. R. hlloll. Jr.. M.l r.
......... .iTEu s .is.2.i PER li l
0:. OPEN THE' i YEAR ROUND .:"
Uinlder Entire New Masinareniseuil. ttReflledJ anseid lliirieahed.
'Vew Baillih RIoonUI i*tct Tableh- Merstiie
2;" A TIOilOUGHLY MODERN UP'-TO-1A) .\'E IiTl.*'' ,
WE EAT MEAT
To grow stroig11. I'lihl we get I',
-sf ?-go -P Pa eat wle lia) t 8 el let 1
it ah Pie. 'r ere i- i -tro in tisI
i tough eat ia -tend' ,f giv-
iJg, it takes .reuigth iti, dige ;t e
'it. It S ) t i r fl ii, rv
buying meait l insure t get
lthe be.~t--tenider amidd ,-.iiv.e.
i-, Pay a little Imore if riPIe i i it
La1 put sonet hiiig in your tiialirh
whiehi will put fle. h on Vyiir
ones and s.tront. LIloo il ill your
r^a Stalls 32 aiad 1 City Market, Oeala, FIla.
HUBBARD & MACDUFF
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,I AGRICULTURAL I M I' L E -
BARBED WIRE, CUT AND
WIRE NAILS, PAINTS
OILS, VARNISHES, AT-
LANTIC WHITE LEAD,
ALL KINDS OF
GLASS AND) PUTTY,
IRON PIPES AND FIT-
N THE LINE OF BUILD-
ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC.
MENTS, DEERE PLOWS,
PLANET Ji. (;I( )VE ('CUiL,-
TIVATORS, A1,1, KINDS
OF (ARDEN Ti' oi,
C(t KINXt1 iTI YVSi
HtEATER'S, (GRAN ITE
AND TINWARE, ('CIT-
LERY, IRON AND STEKI,
BOLTS, ROPES. PI'LLEYS,
BLUE FLAME OIL, STOVFS.
LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES
Hubbard & Macduff. Ocala, Fla.
-- - - -
S On the Installment Plan.
OUR GOODS ARE HIGH GRADE, as in fact only the weat
olr sail Ilve b .Aiti-Monopol(ly lI)r1g Stol r-
A.E. lID)EL) L EST,
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Ob, 1 1 411)2#
ICORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE
.... COMPANY ....
F. D. POOSER, Agent,
THE WAAL A$rV#ftR MARORH
QuIte an influx of new settlers came
il telt week, adding to the population
of this village twenty-three more
Three families came from Rennert,
Visitorn come and go, but a deep
impression is apparent when they
lave, and as a result others return
with them to locate and utilize the
fertile lands of this beautiful valley.
There are many others, too-way off
in the distance-who have heard of
Fairield and the exceptionally pro-
ductive lands adjacent thereto. They
will come, and the prospect is that a
few more house will have to lbe built
far the aclcouilnmodatiou of new ar-
lAet 'cmi come. It means prosperity
for Fairli .14 in iparticuhar, and will
adl mat* ri:ll ton tiw interest of the
Dr. II. ;Gailt-ll, who i. Iphyi3iciii,
sirge oii, m -rellitint. t i-k raiser, eon-
traMtor,. Ipo-t i::it-r aI *--ii-ral I amli,
i-. weargglin. :a I.* nii.. jiit- iinao that
I.a 'i,'4 i- I'-fliliint ... ti ,.xl\ ii.it its lux-
say. hI-ow.ver, wh-lther this lovely
(edile l tln.-. e ien bh iie- i 11i account iof
the late ile-r.-a-i-e tf population, the
ger,.ral 1ood liahlilh of the community,
the fri|Utiuet returns from his lettuce
.laipmieniit. or on account of theartistic
ability of the aerial artist who has just
fluiised painting the new addition too
his store. Hlie smiles anyhow.
lThere was a very nice social enter-
tainment at the big hotel, Benedict
Heights, last Wednesday evening.
-Mr. and Mrs. Worter Younger, wholi
tendered the use of their spacious par-
tor ti the young people for their en-
joya ent, took especial care of all
guEist to the delight and comfort of
the most timid, thus making thiino-
table treat for recreation a grand sur-
Mr. Arthur M. Smith has accepted
a position as assistant to Professor
IRoMi in the commercial department of
the Trenton Mo.i Business college.
Mr. Smith will begin his duties about
Mr. A. 8. Jones, the blacksmith and
wagon maker, is making some nice
improvements on his property. We
wont say that Mr. J. is a hustler, for i
that is entirely too common, but if
there is a mechanic in Marion county
who can beat him at devising ways
and means for rapid development,
from shoeinga roarback to welding
an eel, we would like to know it, and I
the lamner will publish the fact.
Meveml copies of the daily Banner
came to hand recently and have been
distributed to appreciative recipients.
We will not make any comment
other than the Banner will capture a
few scalps in the near future from this
Mr. L. L. Harvey, who controls and
operate, the saw mill here, is hustling
the 4;.. G. I. R. for cars. This looks
Mr. D..B. Mathews bought a dead
mule a few days since. Mr. Mathews,
through a process of which lie is owle
proprietor, has resuscitated the said
mule and now refuses $75 for it. off
all modern science this mule business
is the most recent, and Dan is in a
fair way to become a multi-niillion-
aire. We suggest that Dan and hisI
high-stepper take in the coronation,
for that lartieular mule will kick
crowns (five shillingsi into his hat ev-
ery time the said revived animal
makes its obeisance to the blue bloods.
Try it, Dan, and let our trans-Atlantic
cousins know the effect of Florida
strenuosity in a mule tride.
A late dispatch informs us that Dan
has shipped his mule to South Africa
for the purpose of rendering substan-
tial aid in the next stampede of the
Invincibles, and as a preliminary
requisite to the capture of Lord Kitch-
ner by DeLarey and DeWet. Evi-
dently there must he a blue-room un-
derstanding between the Lydilte ex-
plosive and the American mule. lBoth
are apt at a back-action.
There is lout one essential factor
necessary to ininiorialize the Editor
of the ltanner-i. e., if the gent lemnan
will insert a repressive measure, sub-
sidy, merger or sugar-beet argument
into the orifice through which these
copious streams of dew drops are fall-
ing, and thus plug up the leak, the
farmers throughout the county will
sing praises of his fame, and posterity
will never permit the obliteration of
Itain is necessary; so is rest; but
farmers complain that pre-.ent condi-
tions are entirely too suggestive of the
Portugese devil-"Too good, sir; too
A series of protracted meetingQ, con-
ducted by Rev. McRlea, will be held at
the liaptist church every evening dur-
ing the coming week. XEuI.-.x
Danger of Golds and La Grippe.
The greatest danger from colds and
Ia gripple i. their resulting in pneumo-
monia. If reasonable care is used,
however, and (hamberlin's Cough
Reo'iedy taken, all danger will be
avoided. Among tens of thousands
who have used this remedy for these
diseases, we have yet to learn of a
single case having resulted in pneu-
monia, which shows conclusively that
it is a preventative against that dan-
gerous malady. It will cure a cold or
or an attack of la grippe in less time
than any other treatment. It is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
We had a pleasant visit during the
week Trom Mr. W. P. Williamson, of
Lake Kerr, who has been serving as a
member of the grand jury. He says
that his section, like most other see-
tions of the county, is prospering and
the people are hopeful. Those orange
groves which have not been aban-
doned are looking well and promise to
remunerate their owners for their as-
widuous care. Mr. WVilliamson says
that his community is a small one and
the public school is likewise small,
but for its enrollment he believes it
can boast of the largest attendance of
any school in the county. It had an
enrollment of 11 and made an average
of 10 9.10. He says that the scholars
and patrons are very much pleased
with the teacher and that there is a
unanimous senlitimient for hier return. 0
She i'as taught three terms and every
te I'it gave nimore anid more satis-
faction. The teacher is Miss Salome i
.Siins, of Anthony.
You can lie cheerful and happy onlily
when you are well. If you feel "out
of sorts" take Herbine. It will brace
you up. Price 51oe. Anti-Monoipoly
Drug Store. in
The Example of Marion.
The Sumter C'ounty Times, in a I
lengthy editorial, niakes a strong plea
for good! roads. It calls upon individ-
uals to take a hand in securing better '
thoroughfares, if the county is unable (
to take a hand in the matter.
lA oiiAS Is the name sometimes given to what
is generally known as the BAD DIS-
EASE. It is not confined to dens of
Vice or the lower classes. The purest
II iPOi SOnA and best people are sometimes
infected with this awful malady
through handling the clothing,
drinking from the same vessels,
aig the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming in contact with persons
bo have contracted it.
It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in the
laons a eption breaks out on Ten years agoI l contracted a bad case
the body, sm and ulcers appear of Blood Poison. I was under treatment
in the mouth, the throat becomes of a physician until I found that hecould
lmcerated, the hair, eye brows and do me no rood. Then began taking
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| Oliver Rhinedoq
0 ON THE
Duty of the Citizen.
Thie people do tliemiselvr- a great
injustice in not looking up the proper
men to serve them in office. Instead
of doing so they wait for the wily can--
didates for the ollices to tell them who
they should put in thisi or that onlice.
The people are wis-e but tlley are
lazy and indififrent auiout looking up
tlie proper ment for ofi.'e. They -eemi
to think that the hunt for the right
man to till a publi oIlive is politics
for which they have neither time nor
When they come lto vote it is Hol-
sonl's cho ve with them. They usual-
ly vote for s.mie 'ine they do not want
and then they go home saying to
"It is true that Joal Wilkerson is a
yaller dog but lie was the best in tlhe
ff a firmi of business men need a
bookkeeper or superintendent for their
business they look up the man they
need and inquire into his qualifica-
tions for the position they wish to till.
They are particular to inform them-
selves as to every qualityy of that man
that would figure in the administra-
tion of the duties to which lie would
They can not afford to do otherwise.
Yet the people wait for the man to
collie to them anld let them tell them
they particularly need him and then
While every citizen has a legal right
to run for any ollice it is the people's
duty to search for the onie that should
till it. They can coniisider the candidla-
cy of any man, anld probably ought to,
but the system that now prevails en-
tirely of the man seeking the 'fliee
and not the office seeking the mian, is
worked to a vicious point. It is hiarun-
ful to the people, and, if it was not
seemingly by their ,.oti-elit, I would
say, taking advantage of them..
It is hard for the average man to
say no to the rooter in polities.
A man gets smarter, takes on more
clunninig, makes man his proper study
more than ever before, and the oil of
his tongue gets smoother and richer,
when he starts on the run for an
police. He selects the one lie wants
and put- himself in training to master
all the arts biy which men can be con-
vinced and their judlgmeniit sileniced
and made to yield to importunities
Not so with thie man whom the
the people, or a respectable portion of
them, call to an otlice. He is their
candidate and probably has responded
to a call to duty-more than to that for
'vhichli lie is waiting. iHe is largely
indlepeilndent and Ineedtl only to make
himself a little more visible to the
people than usual that he may show
to them what manner of mnan lie is,
his convictions and the ability and
courage to maintain them.
There are men in abundance who
are good neighbors and good citizens,
but that is not always a qualification
for a particular office.
In every township, district or pre-
cinct the people thereof ought to know
which of themselves is fitted for an
office, and it is their privilege, and in
some cases their duty, to call such to
office, and they ought to establish the i
practice of making their fellow citi-
zens who wii-h office to wait for the
call before being announced as catn-
Especially ought this to be the rule
when the office is one more of honor
OLIvERI ItINNoE .
We take this opportunity of an-
nouncing to the farmers of this and
adjoining counties, that it is our in-
SLEW SELF AND SWEETHEART.
Unhappy Misunderstanding Leads to
New York, March 27.-A most pa-
thetic tragedy, caused by an unhappy
misunderstanding, was revealed at the
coroner's court at Colwyn Bay. says a
London dispatch to The Herald.
On Monday a young man nanimd Da-
vid Richards missed a small box of
money belonging to the shop of which
he was manager. II, asked his sweet-
heart, Lillian Keay. who was thlW only
one who saw him put the box of minon-
ey away, to restore it. thinking she
had taken it. She denied ani,' lowl
edge of the box.
lie thereupon shot hi'r nl,. iturined
the revolver upon himself andl 1. il',d
During the Inquost oni tlh t wo blodi-es
Richards' employer rushe-ld into the
court holding up the liissinlg iox,
which had been the cause of thlie trag-
edy. It had been found near the place
where the unhappy murderer and sui-
cide had said he placed it.
BREWERS THREATEN STRIKE.
Six Hundred Members of Union Hold
Rochester, N. Y., March 27.-The
indications of a strike of brewers'
workmen, which has been threatencl
for some time past. are becoming more
pronounced. Last night nearly (Coi
members of the unions met in (execu-
tive session and the matter was thor-
oughly discussed. A communication
from Secretary Bradley, of the Brew-
ers' association was received, but ac-
tion on it was deferred until the ar-
rival of Chairman Pommer, of the na.
tional executive committee, who is ex-
pected here next week. In Secretary
Bradley's communication the answer
of the brewers to the contract sulbmit-
ted by the local unions for the ensu.
ing year was received. The br'wer3-g
refuse to sign the contract, mainly le-
cause they will not bind themselves
not to discharge any empIloye(4 without
approval or consent of the bnr&,wery
.... ^., ru I HE UNITED STATES.
Count Matsukita Speaks of Relations
of the Two Countries.
Seattle, Wash., March 27.---Count
Matuskita. ex-preni(.r of Japan and at
present senior Ieniml' r of the advisory
board to the emperor, who arriv,'d
here with a distinguish d Japanese
they are on an eight months' trip
around the world to study (41 4on4 mifl
conditions. In speaking of tlie rela
tions between America and Jalan
Count Matsukita said:
The Japanese fully realize, that it is
to their best interests to foster the
amicable relations existing with the
United States. This will not he a hard
task, for the United States has im-
mense inter-_sts in the far east. not
only in Japan, but in regions where
the friendship of Japan will be, of
"The increase in trndA b,,tween the
two countries has leten remarkable.
The prospects are that the trade will
continue to grow very fast. Naturally
I hope that these relations will I-,
marked by reciprocity."
NEGRO CAR PORTER LYNCHED.
Great Mob Howled With Delight When
La Junta, Col., March 27.-W. II.
Wallace, a negro sleeping car porter,
was lynched at 8 o'clock last night in
a corner of the courthouse square, be-
ing hanged to an electric light pole by
a howling mob of 4,000 peopl)l,. who
had been hunting for him all day. Af-
ter ihc hanging the( body of ilie ne-
gro was rilddled with bullets. Wallaco
had hieri kcpt out of itowni all day by
Sheriff Farr in an attempt to save him
from the m0ob. The prisoner mlade no
resistance: to the lynchi(lng and died pro.
testing his inniloc'n.Ic-.
The negro was lynched for an as-
sault on Mrs. Henrietta If. Miller,
aged 67 years, going from Los Angeles,
Cal.. to Denver to visit relatives. The
deed was committed in the Santa Fo
railroad yards here by a negro porter
on a Pullman car running between
Denver and La Junta.
ANOTHER MURDER MYSTERY.
Little Girl Stabbed to Death and Body
Atlanta, March 27.-The body of a
murdered child was found in the woods
on the Peachtree road, between El,.v-
enth and Twelfth streets, yesterday
morning, and the inque-st by the 'curo-
nor later developed a foul crime.
City detectives are now hard at
work trying to find some clw by
which to fasten the guilt upon the
murderer or nlurderers.
Wrapped in a blanket, with the
marks where the murderous knife had
stabbed her breast, the little girl was
found lying In a ditch. The, discovery
was made by a northern lady who is
In Atlanta on a visit. She took an
early morning stroll to view a line of
old eonfedortrto fortlflo-tionsra nd it
The miiost relial ,le pro' ;arati oi for
kidney trouble. ,, til, e niiiirket i-
Foley's Kidneyc 're. .inti-\linoo,ly
Drug Store. 'n
Pelisonls de-iriuiL \ .u Ir-r f.or i" n-
sions eali have them -uppIllied Iv o.,ll
ing on tlie ciiity I-rk. l r >. I
A Good Business Opening.
Sil m going ,to retire fromii thil -,. d
business iiande ofler niv -'t'or- fturniiti r.-,
niailing list anlii lh:t-e: on (ritil er-.ma, l
With cropithere.on, at a gr,.eat Ionrit i i
to anyone wi-hing to .iigge*. ill 11 .
seed itliiiin'-s; no old -*.o k o4f -....1
offered. J. 1. lr.i\..t.ed-n,,nii
Cry-tal Iiver it, nd('it.,lar Key o,1, rI
received dnliy by Otto M-le., i t tthe
city market. I .- ;
The Ora.lts *rveliollnhi.e lIto.1le will
clean up your d,(or yard and care for
samnie at a moderate eoet.. I-' .t
b.hk~i.E. so ~~*ms*
UT 9m IML
THIRD TIME MUST FACE JURY.
Another Trial For Murder of Dr. A. T.
Frix, of D3dce County.
Dalton. Ga.,'M ar, It7.-I Ia!tf. n1h3S
an iiimpotant nourslt r trial i(mlft;--ii4
et for Apruil torni (,I \%Ti t lo I I s i to4r~'*
court. The (ase c-~n* _,4f i-falii I '..I
county. and las all p: iri-s ciit-c in'rwdi~
are prominent p140pijc Ot.c!_-Oha-;at-
The cast, is that oif J. G.*oi~cml
charg(A with the rwoirol r ti' I'fI- A. T.
F'rix. whIich wci i~iiti *I :i t tliat 4w
A'ug. 15. 1'll. n l. "'"41 werv 401'11:ri1140
and intitht~eita! l ijt r
1lTh c cis.. l ;is I. ;I tr;* I iti I 'ut
trial d4litvriL't4''4l 1,
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ImterestlUingFigures about 11160*ebass
of a *etropoll~tbs Paper
it a goajer likv It--New \N* -rk. isV'
--o-i *'r. i,iipvose i hoc i~ote-r~l -i e ,iMc
ollt,%mv' ineint fenne ol ~t i*'i.-tt no~..% cc.-
f iiclf we1 lllI f ib buk ?. Itd #i- 44 e ~ ft
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Does your horse "feel his
oat-"? What difference be-
tween the grain-fed and the
'rass-fdl horc !
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f -..liY miak,.s the differencee.
Children are not alike either.
One is r"sv, bright-y'vd, full
'of life aLd1 laughter, another is
Sal, wecak and dull. The feed-
S in. again i, re-pon.ible.
'fedin. They don't "feel their
,, ats".Scott's E'mulion adds
just the right richne.-s to their
Sdiet. It is like grain to the
horse. The child gets new
appetite e and strong digestion.
Sctt's Emulsion is more
tdan f. ,od. It i-; a strojig
i.Le i(i in C. It rou-cs up dull
S!iildr.ni, Iput new flesh on thin
':11. and red blo)(od into pale
It makes children grow.
.-*.t's Emulin makes ordi-
*'7 -- nary fok.,d do *ts
*-,. Th:: pi :. "r r.-pr.,c:nts
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,'-* 4l Lmunul. 'in a d ii 4.n the
,ra.ip, ,r,,.p r o,,f f vL:ry 1),-Imle .
.1 Send for free sample.
iSF' 9 Pearl .1, N, w Vork.
^^y~~at^M 51 -^*s. -^:*.ts.
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And all Kinds of Holiday
Coods at the store of
Hisiun r Slot. k fiooi I:and
Sol TH SIDE: OF SQL.ARE.
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NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR CREATING .
A SPECIAL TAX StHOOL DItTHICT
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v~rt ii' a14uwin-~ Mavi ig dNIt.liie f- ,r
b~e Iboulght fr4.Iz u-upranv~ of our
WE MAKE A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
wf-akni-...of 't-wi~l~nLI]11 The '1
Ikbailule I' t4Th(&II ,i .iil it-d vlwill th 1,-rI
ri~to for CIRCULARS eit i:
THE NEW ROME SEWING MACHINE GO.
2's ui'm~q.N. Y., 4Th.':,n. Ill., Almiri: (.I.,
FOR SALE BY
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The I111..u;'I11att* Judu-tri,'. a joilshIi
Etiabdo jorliltit. 'I iin Aix-ter-1.ini a]
4.VO114.41t1-- 1-110-1111te -AYS, th1t
#r so .-alltoo.. oetta that the *:&'-uix
#-f '1're r.-o ot-;.iaai fcor thet yo,
a Mise..*largoer thmai iit rvi
%va liTe Ati,,rioasm I-rtili,.*.r s
that tic- .tio-freaeuu n tir th I'io-.
Itg~u-trw .III -,t.%g thit- I ~- :u
the,e olo r~- il tihe j r* i.-t i-11t to si 1-:1.
oIo Tat I t.- 81:1 W11Iou IIt i-1 1111
it" 0 ~ at I% leave' m -uI.t-taitwefoor t
us~aioaI.! arit? at --t Ilth ooicaet
Isisi, sist-a cl w 1a .lt I~ t13i-f ri, ti eif i
*.Iiee.4c 79. t it, :l-oI' ..q'A ruzl a-'
A liL j..ANPI .i.\1Will *- -
(I- l ONE THOUSAND CASES -
BLIUE HEN i4GHES
Ali manfac-. t> .yie Ma. ch Compn
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Every box must be pertct. or your money back. =
b ES nitio not e le r
, MIDWAY, RACE, 0
" All manufactured by the e) 'iamoud Match Company, -
which guarantees their W make you "
B RALTIMORE0 PR'"E S TLROSS "
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Let us have your orders not only for Matches, a
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4-1ae'tkS.. lI.sth 'roe p-kr'! q.X1"old
hst% 1.11116 lytt' mc'u 4. 1. aadaef-r lit, It tilt 1
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tl-% t -i\roIk 111,atiolfoot jo f.te : ad t -
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s:i- t.srf.rtooftacrev1,l4, nlobt exi-It 1-.
viuslo o.f vettler; ajeci woe lsar lauit n!t,
set. lv arr thle A lg.rlal : ich lu'i ia I
- STAPLE GROGI FANCY
_ We have the goods and will make the prices right.
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Our Motto: QUICK SALES A SMALL MARGINS.
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