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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: May 9, 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: VID00639
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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'l- pa1iper "Of the People, tor the People and by the Pe 'p1 1t.'.


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~~c vfEE3Il~ Florida~.

rof State~s Attorney,

For State Senator

For State Senator.

For Representative

For Representative.

For Representative

I nr Repr-sentative.

anroar-: cement for State Attorney

FVu o Ax Cohlector

For County Treasurer

Fot Tax Assessor.

tor State !iemator.

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Midst Music and Flowers *"A
in Israel" and "A Lion of the
of Judah" Receive the C
gratulations of Their Nu
merous Friends.
i T li fti, th ani:>ii vr-n ary , of ( di-r.1l them li v lit- eiti/ens- of (
Sthe I ,a.lal Htou-c-, Tlia-(el:t\ nili
olit- oifthei iia.-t lbril!i:ant tuiicti
i titiOn -ed ill thl ,.ity :a*iil M a-<
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t.\i -ight i''loi'k, to the -tr
It ,l! ll--hll01'- W l.4ltlIl lilHreIi
by teli- < i:Adl:i ,rclihestra I.arty t-ii rt- tl ilhe i.arlorr
Stno.i- litary lhullo. -k, l;avy I
\\'iil- Iulh~i! k UalI Julialn I
gIr:iui, ll-'>,if 4 ;.l,itl hihI'Sl',..k.
jll- 3-ilo~w ribl.liis ;l|l ftrn
ail-1 ;T'r" the- brile i land groiiin
tli,-taLi'i- to pai t-hlilroi ;gh ; i|
tii-reI .A i,'. lh ll,,k, Jo-el liil
lock, .1 u-:i, I ill,.ck niitd I
Wright. the Jour grainddaughte

te-ring io-v petal-. N--xt came general l
aitlt Mr-N Bullock, who were followed
Iy tht-ir -sonis it:nl dauhliter-, grauld- aliil other relativts', mauy
il l lllit ,,r .i.
i ien. anid Mt-. Btllock -toodl under
a Ieiautiful a-liojpy ain the center of
wliichIi wa- -uspenelidt-i a Ill of yellow
r-it-0. in eachli ide o f the I',ll were
thc ltates ."1 -1 !.a. iuiadel from electric
( t n. inilh'k wa- looking extremne-
ly wV -.ll. :iaal lii- fi it.ail- 1. ell as hii-
ftaaii t liti evt-ry ta-oil to feel proud
' if liini. tidl lthe oiiniitl iiiiy feels- 11ou-
o ,' I !'vy hi- lii:. anld otlh-s life

M1r-. lhalh.i-k wa~- ,i\unel in pure
w lilt- :vii cntrii-l a oiiiUtbt of bride's
r -. .'l wa.- Ikin lovely and bte-
tl ii I l:ltllt
A.ttir thie whddin itarcIh lt Ion. Jolhi
; l: i \v:..- inltro nie.d toy the
ini-lir of tcvrem-r iii-.,, IMr. 4 I. Bit-
tfla-.'-r, and ti l eii' a very hulmorou.s
vt Iy fat!i'l- andl, very --plendid ad-
Itl t f -.

Ir. lm a',id-i v.'a- tbirn in h)-ala a
litt;.- b f..- r ;i) ii Mn irs. Bullock's
ia:i rei i *',. :tii ,l hl r. ftrrei l tos that
v-in! i: :i isn -t iiaiii aitalie way. InI
tic ,. ,ii-e o il h- rtIiarks lihe ;aid a
vte \ -plntiiditl tli I)te not only to the
lii c.I ,itr'tir- f o i .eail. lhillack but to(
thie r-i-vjilt-- I I ( tal: at that time.
rcot niii eC-li will- % i a vwraith i n-
lina rtillt-. At tlie icoclu-ion of his
a.'litr--, filr and it beitalf of the Ipeo-
pil, (It ),aLt. hre -r -eitet' to generall
IBullok a idoid-!te: ilcd walking, cane
a- : Iark:l of their lovet, aillec-tion and

il iu:rtet-tte. iicompose td I of i Miss

lilb,.k, IpMr-. \\iil (.,,in, Mr. (-eorge
N.l-li :tidl Mr. WHill ale. sang tlie very
liropriate onig. S "Silver Thireads
.AniitiiZ the <4 ldt ."'
lion. R .A. Buirfrd was then intro-
tduc-ed, and after an extcedingly chaste
alid apl'lrIiate -'peth,. presented to
Mr-. Hulliock as a loving ottering from
the wholee peotlte of Ocala, a gold
Watchli anld chain.
Mr. Bhiiford said that when lie came
to Oc ,ala a -stranger lie made his home
witl Mrs. Bullock and sht- was in-
ide-ed a mother to him. :ind referred ill
a very touc'hiing manner to 4 general
and MIr-'. Bullock's devotion to each
othilier, saying that they are indeed
houndi together by the chains of love
which are eternal.
At the con,ciu-ion of Mr. Burford'.
address. Gtene:al Bulloick responded on

liii iough recognizing tzrT their lai,-ty
RING.i liewts- (iat.-rly un.0lI.-to fit winktt
s.uita i-ly ep#%hsaaiul ~rlt

~ SR A T E i vi iit l i?.1.41 'i ver-rlA -111i i ii I h i mt '%il hl
their great kiniiiiess.
JHe related thle history t)t hi- li fe.
Mother toild %hen Ii.iad lhow lie iuzrri-el lie
iFold -ail that after Ni~lr!.. lull',wk lhad
,on hotiored him by lenei'riiig, hi-~i f,
hie tades two' re~~t-,Litim4 onv ('iw f which
unifort unately lie had often ifie-- 1rip
f bratiOij ken, tout one of which, wi tha but oneI
ek,% tell- exeepti'in, hie had] kept itaviol-te. and'
)oala at it wast" it that he t"It that much .".
lit. W14 the lamtop~ii.-, that had fijlloweit lhi-
'ims ever rnaj ned life %%a- to lie idrritoi'tcol. ( )Iii
largely of thlieres''lutionjus w ae.! ir I'' Ut-1tt#-]
an l-oath in his i wfe'.4 prt-seienor Iii r '
fiw hofmioe iutoxivated. He !-aid, utiff' irii-
*play*,(' lhitely, that on oli, OICA' 1.t 0' t

Itill'iik, Itroke-t, U1111 the. rec itail 1f till, .tfirv
tullrkwhich iviii-f-d is lifall wa~- et-x(i*"4lila'l '%
-arr~yilag ailuinUilg andI much en joyet..
ii Pig aii (we neral Bullock Saidt that w ile IIlie 1
ind ml- camne to Ocala lhe wa.- a boy 4f'itlxtt-eia,
aen-1 -tn- that thle country Was vq-rY r' '1,0 liAiji I
tie Bul- card jpla~ i ng and drink iing vt-re tilt.
ltm-reii ice ehief amsitaUek.Itwiis if the ywing elpc e
r?-, scat- andnif many of the older oe.t(,,,, buti

fortunately lie wan. thrown into the
company with tilie of the men that
Mr. Reardon paid such a high tribute
to in his remarks, and this ocurrence
turned the current of his life. and
whatever his achievements have been
lie attributes it to that step.
In closing, Geen. Bullock thanked the
people most profoundly and pathet-
ically for the memento sa of their af-
fection and said they should lite heir-
loomis in his family and prized more
than any other of his earthly ipo, ss-
ions, and that with the exception of
this night fiftty year- a.go tii- wa the
proudest night of hi!s ,f.e.
Miss- Minnie (.atishty thlleI *n.
very beautifully tMiail 4Il soitii, ".lJ iini
Anderson, My Jo Jolni." after which
Gent-ral and Mr-. Bulloik'.- frii-til-.
exteuled theii warn,-' coiLr'tlail:t-
tions to thliem.
Fruit lenionatle was pIa-.,d4 to the
A gold weddhilg take, dle--rait .1 with
fifty lighted candles, forwina a li:rt of
the fetal tioccasiilon and was iut, tir-t
by f general and M.r-. Bullock andI tl,-
children and othilr relate iv anild tf-
terwards bly the la ii,-. .1i-s a iin ie
l)avis getting tlie rinLe, which i ig itfies
the next ione to be married. She very
gracefully prtsetnted the ring to Mrs.
Buhiock. Mrs. Tydinsig g0ot the -lice
containing the thimble.
In honor lof the event the ladie- hadl
decorated the parlor very beautifully.
the cir schme belig goli t1ihrough-
Reading Club.
The reading club mnet T'ue.?day: af-
ternoon with Miss Minnie ( iallshv.
The pirograni'consisted iof a hiitori-
cal sketch bIy Miss Emily Foird,; a
sketch of the life of lithe historian,
Hume and Gibbons, by Miss Lena
Bullock, and a magazine article, "The
Greatest Passion in History," by Miss
Sara Harris.
The club will meet next Tuesday
with Mrs. J. J. <;erig.

Blown to Atoms.
The old idea that the b y -sollie-
times needs a powerful, drastic, purga-
tive pill has been exploded, for Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are per-
fectly harmless, gently stimulate liver
and bowels to expel poisonious matter,
cleanse the system and absolutely cure
constipation and si,-k lieadache. Only
'25c at Anti-Monopoly Drug Stoire. 1

Excursion to Silver Springs.
There was a large excursion from
Tampa to Silver Springs Monday,
composed of both white and colored,

Ram ~and Haid Storm

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For County Treasurer.
Mr. lli'liont-4 E. I t-tteriar utah- at,-
iiiiiiticelliieilt too thle V'Jt.te- it Mml.I ill
county t tlir'.ti theII t-olll~iii s-I *th.O-
4_11,-at a nn-i -ruIie hat11 I t I- I a II Iat
f-,r re-electi''ii t,, the i'~-r c imility
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., -~ i t e r aag-' r. 'a -tt-tit p -iji i a-o-'I
the- J.-tone that it' t-let-tt-d lie t- 4 "
pierfoirmiiteit- dt iv-- f tit-e di-M.* (411 it-
fully-, .4,u41I ii- frieni.-1 ar-t 'tlidl.I~
that lihe has- il 11, igaiu-y kep4 at t12% .1 Ii

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in figure--, undid alriiig lit- .-las Ulfia-IImV

1!.t.. beivt-tI 4iI..ii i uiterlith- It%%
to iii:ke thirte"rt.'i-r -1 dur ini~iztichl

o~f 11,,t lotvinjt ta -itiuflt* .'ti- t f'aik
ti, h~im iiifr c'iirr,-ct iq'P
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wIt u aitt I ZI ()III,.- r Iitrforuin-A I II-'4it i t i I-
WitIth /4st atailt eiliiit-tiey )lJiiLvt! himl
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For Tax Assessor.
By rt-tferelii-t- Ito our aikerti-aIng cI''
unlins it will bie s-een thht \l r _\IlIrted
Ayer re-alniiIunies Ii-h-i~ aat ail-Ny f.r
thet othioe of reVeal 'Ie.

candldary for re-election to tile above
named o;ui-, and up to thi- time ihas-
develope<-l ni,' opposition.
Mr. 'hagardl i-s i nm' of the Iio-t
painstaking t fliciz-nt und iindutrious-
men that have ever held this oillice,
anid thi- fa't la |lia l.beow f- i tlliorniugh.
lyiknown ammioin the voter- that the
otlice is hii for thlv a-kiing. 11e Ie--
cofrne- lnoire awil miore popular e-very
year, anl hii teniiure ,,f the olire will
lIst as long as lhe otbtailn- hi- own .1-'i -
sent to h)'ll it.
His running i.s lrt-ly t, -iP'mfonrm to,
the rules aind reizulati,-ii- .ilitlote l by
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We I. arin fro'lii th.' (1.:,l i Star that
I 1 -. I 1' M ard ,-ntiiy favor- a
.ii-[< i-try law attin i lle-- it i- mani t''
: ,i:-tin'tivl -tir in the l iimp[ndinili
-. .aImi 'ti'.ni w ill i i--lf miiake it an
I i--i' -\ ,llinli *w i t a ca:tndil t, for
ti !- _i ~ :ttl (. :," a ii l tl-p ai': y ad v i-
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l.'wimn .- ani if it- .-ilter- the i politio'tl
Sra,'" w i'! l:tak" i; luri rand int-r. -t-

li vv. Sani .l'lits received two lhull-
|lr d dtoliai- f'tr one of hla-. lectures inl
Talniipa lie ol~ y ditleretle betwi-en
it Ail'! thie' ,, o l dt livertd ili 4 i.ala
t\-i lit re lie ii ed the l prire of all
i,,l.t vt-r at -' ceint-, anid ta higlz at
I 9."4-, uleli in Tailtpa hie fixel tihe
;l.'e ,,f tiln voter at ;:; ; eients and a
li, a 4 .o N \ot tndler lthe rever-
i.dt geitvllinma'i thin'ik the f'ool-ktller
Si. nie -detd in every communityy.

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i',rmiatniti tlihat thret- oftihe eleven w\ ho
t.-ok thie t-xam:litiaon for letter carri-
it- ere suc't --ful. Asonily two regU-
lar.- anid one -uitbtittite are needed.
iu-t etnouth li-std to till the bill. The


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Io i,= t ii o', ijir. !'r'oa klr vA I it oI
~~~I;= ,l. Liel thflit-ir: it.) 1-atter #,f

ii~**; th.--~H w~ ~''i [,art
fl *it ht~rv~p t. riiii! forthf

0-ii ii-iliar ii h'ti.. w rw r li

u~ t,-, ... -t f i%- \ 'trIi s.- eor n

tht 4f1101114-'ii, Fth erjz fA r-

"lt-11 iwit tr nriilt-'rom hthe

-i:.'r,' olthe I,)iihi-tti'm voif t- 'c appl
the % oal fre 4I-1 1,P IIIi r -t I 1l 4 1, 1w t i t 4 I
:t-ki ,L ''U heart -i .Uoi Wtl,*' wl t r t

r -i :r- vt ,I ivetu-tt --re! -t f1 I )tat ino ther(' )I

tlo1z-ji ,, tir Niom tlyou 'ii
I' ra w. anl 'fr a eve. ih Father, fr

uoir k t-titii-i t ao ha-'Onat- 1Or fin d-w

Id'!'ji ,I' tit-c i -c-o! ittrl V iv eap l
'1"' ikriithit-r li#- firt.time-lip, 0 Jylleap

4jr -uzi it, pravier' Viriale .-it i, ther

a-.two IY i he uwatredorinve at from he-
kneo- mi ht of ~IsI'eIzitaytwe ilar
n.~ an -and' our tilore nlFather,
ever~-her -.u.t adready- .ti, g hv ,ieart r4yn

e"ut,- -Inr thetI-.M.--LriY*onuuij wt

Uot~ toi at-kari r iut- % bteti, ftr-

t I I ao'fI t.j 41 i1it11iie 11 1,rii.t .1 Etvten
'Ili'lizh~! fif sijit I ltlijOaf) ,thell.4o1aru,
i !.-. t iV :i Vti a Ii O w, rei i 14 )r-" ;; i- tatwi

athi hat-t Id? inzth. utiol-tear. clintitli

t t i #-t !i Iv t-I h I i v 1tithe fo ie arped

4 ~ ~ 11 1. 'kvio f ll. er itreatins Hi-.. hoar
*1..oti~ Ad iu'the **lday te ofott him

ofia joli '- lilt a I won illr- intaid r i s, e-
turn- ho Io hu. in vo:rpear nguritng

it li-r .v 4 -en ftry a nrieIin ~ic Hing ar-
41,1r. tknfl iii A te von ave tof wit-

gressiin i- forgiven himn. sin is
covered "

Daughters of the Confederacy.
The laughter, of the (' Oufederacy
were plasaantlyeutertaiLed last Thur.-
day afternoon at their tuoittily
meeting Iy Mr'-. E. L. (arney.
Th,' rimeeting wa quite largely at-
tentdedl and the regular business was
trati-.acted, after whih a% delicious ice
and cake was. servt-d.
The Junie meeting will lie with Mrs.
Charle-s lathlews.
It Dazzles The World.
N, di- .overy in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement


I LLA R.% y EA 1'.

Early Closing
M-mii'ht the -itort-,A iutsoth
"ehrk o-lo-Aing iclieilulte" to r the-nmh-
mler, and the -%4olek~ ull gaf Iifit
the i tr f r i -Ii-gIuts, *-.-hio -i & .sl t fiet-t i r e- eh a v c

tol woii .i Xtigate I rs llsc .iaplack.
Dun ttK i hji, lhot we-atheor it is pretty fl tti&o
severe ,n tlie oIt-i'ks toolauiw# atfet-il,-1
alia'.- on a'u-4touer- rnaiuif'. a. III tf) ;4
III a i I I ij t 1h.h11Ii t--'s I PI I1 41 all
prev.iate their 'o-it iowl lo andaoi'eileto t AL.FOIA
their rteijut'.ot wi iri u i-h tnt a u-iuiiihoe -
The Proper Sty

half 1hdiudav.''%- i i. 1iliv &j*Ziven In ir-~ 4.'le

Busit !- i- not i-i-pro --iig ijjji itiz
the oltili -uuijmiir tw-nitthi-hut ithat
half a dit t-ach 'A#t-k can very well Ihe-
given to) Iole!.wre acol rt o-I-Putio'n. .i li
as mijoh taij~ijnt-,. wo~ubthole doloneanwl
the-. rlerk-i wmiilai feel in I etter -prit- i


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Vi ~ thc'v cifi l11~..c~ ? Icti'


yle of Skirts
I*' lM i i- i '.,
ir. i' I, ,. I ,
-~ !ti.:t "'p r. ,,,' :-I

I et'-, hatv hehr I-k I half ,oli-
day." 4
Golf Conte-t.
The clloc.k goolf co n te.t and the tea at
the link- Monlay afternoon, which h
was given by a uniumber of the lady
muemil-rs of the clubt. wa:-a adeliightful

The grounds were looking unusually
beautiful. There were about about
sevenity-tive guet.'* present, thirty-.-ix .', "
lpartic'ipated in the eitt--r.
Mr. (ieorbre K. Robinion, Mr. E. -- -
Howard and Mr. Stephen .lewett tied -
for the geutlemen's prize. On playing vw t embroidered with beige and, pale
ot" the tie, Mr. ltloin.iori won the tirst blue 'orticelli Fil, silk, similar em-
prize and Mr. Howard the second. biroidery adorning the ldeep pelerine
Mr-.. ,'i,. K. lobinsonu and 3.1i colliar. The sleeve i- decioledly novel
Minnie (tarun-hy tiedl for the ladieI anld deserves Mpecial mention. It i
tir.t prize, the linal r -ult being that cut with a point edged with a hand of
Mr-. Robinson won tir.t and lMi's stitched voile, and is completed with
; ;armshy -ecou,. a kiunl of util.-r sleeve of 'ream ii,-
The priz-.s, whi.-h were golf bal l, erty ilk fornim- into puft!'-with -trapls
were pr- entt-d tby Mr. Edwar! Hiller. of Leige velvet. leiie- velvet rnl.,-ni
Iced tea antl delltoi<,un twichel-s in a darker .l>ido both thie
were -erved lby the vouni ladie-. ija,'ket and -kirt. TI'He latte-r -how-

Thim was the first contest in several
weeks andl was thirourlhly enjoyed

John Temple Graves.
A large and cultured audience
greeted thie above nanied dli-tinilui.-h-
e orator at the i.'ra I -t.ui-u Thurd-ay
It was left to the audience whether
hi.s leo'ture s-iO uldl I the ''weutieth
<'entiury WVin-in or tlie '**R'igii of
the Demagogiue," hid thlie latter won
witl hands up. .
Mr. 4 raves then began iiiinediately
and for more than an lthur ledi his au-
dierice up intellectual height-; and
dazzled them with the -unlight ,of
el, intlelice in all its luagnitie, nt
Mr. (;rave-4 look-a very nearly aA
young as when he wa- making loi 1
presidential canvas- of the state in
1,4. He says he has a warm spot in
his heart for Florida and the year hlie
spljent here are like a t-iwer gard, en in
his ruenmory the beauty and fragrali'e
of which can never fade away. He
feelA that the state has a wonderful
The distinguished orator left oy! the
Seaboard Air Line railway Friday
morning fto rallaha-tee.

We would like to as.k, through the
columns of your paper, if there is atny
person who has used G(reen'" August
Flower for the cure of Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, and Liver Troubles that
hasi not been cured-and we a l-o mean
their results, such as sour stomach,
fermentation of food. habitual co-tive-
ness, nervous dyspetpsia, headaches.,
despondent feelings. sleeplessness in
fact, any trouble connected with the
stomach or liver? This medicine has
hd i ll er-n- n inm ..n ... s-.p in .:i.

the fashionable sheath eth-ct :itind in
addition to the velvet a trimminiii of
straps and inverted -wa.illop -ltit.h'id
with ('Oirtielli -ilk.
The new skirts are titted ,-1,.s-ly at
the hip-, but, l-tre very ilii-h ni et '
be,!w the knees. A gr -at many -kirt-
with hip yoke- are -hlown. either "*'
shirring, tu,-king or tinLy ai-,-. i,.ivtd
with a fancy open stit'h. S ,onie vk-rv
attractive skirt mod'e-l in -heier iimatt-
rial- are laid in narrow ,box-p ii' -
from the waist to the knees a-il e-! ;w
that there is a prettily shaped tl uti .te
with insertions of cream lae- and a
garniture of gathered ribbtdn.
Cures When Doctors Fail.
Mrs. Frank ('hai-son, Patter-.on. i.d., !
writes June s, '.iol: "I had malaria
fever in very had form, was uier (
treatment Vby doctors, but as soon as I
stopped taking their medicine the
fever would return. I used a sample
bottle of Herbine, found it helped,! m...
Then bought two bottles, which coi,m-
pletely cured tue. I feel grateful to
you for furnimihing such a qopleundid
1mediciue. anld can honestly recom-
mend it to those sutlering from ma-
laria, as it will surely utire them."
Herhine, .54,. bottle at the Anti-Mo,-
nopoly )rug Store. ni


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Are all iin now. andl really for >our in-Ip,-trir* '... *r ..f ..,r
department< i. now complete, as n.-v,-r ,.f- r,-. -" i.tii\ ..ur
1)RY ANID ID RESS I 1).ODw. which i our -p. Ilr *ir -i. Iv.-
aril counters are all filled with

Men's and Ladies' Clothing
Men's and Ladies' Shoes
Men's and Ladies, Neckwear
Men's and Ladie's Hosiery
Men's and Ladies' Hats
Ladies' Ready-Made Garments
Gents' Furnishinr Goods. Etc

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I KfNi- -1 ANIO IN' lIIL Pi-RRI-
0' %DtLs WITH-ITHE o 'xlM'N i'Ooi'.E

I IEHI.'J I:I N o- ii'--.Al TIIF-

A 'aual acros.. Florida is '-ure to fol.
lfow the 1-thaiian camil.

The iRev. Dr. Talmage left an e,-tate
valued, at :too*'. Which ,-hows that
he wa- onei# pie-al*- who, kin-w the
doartte-ie' '- tt-wet-I a "ai-" allnd a
'rO' I '- 'ihatt Journal.

Slanli -how-i l tle limitation of t*ur
lainllage* aud the uiet-d- tfor it'- growth.
A large number of the polite-t ,phrase-
i, ,iur language- were once -lang. The
s-lang of one century lecoIume. the par-
lor phra-*-- of th*- next.

William Waldorf A-tor, who left
New York some time ago and took up,
hi- r,.sidence in Lmondon, for the reason
that he had outgrown the democratic
,imlplicity of his father-, i-' -4oo to,
wear the title of Baron 4 "livedonIi.

(ne-half of the soldiers of the world.
or nearly half, fight on the losing side.
It is no dishonor to, go down in a
losing light. ThieI has ,been the sad
story of the half ofhuman life-in the
battles of war and the battles of peace.

Hon. John S. Beard, iho wa- a
presidential elector in IS:'.-3. is now a
a candidate for congre-- ill the third
dietriet, and haw c-hll.tre-d hi- oi'a, n.
petitors to a joint debate. That i- the
way to tell how and where a il-an
'tand-, before the poleple. Joint dt-
hate*- -houll te demandld iby the-
Bryan wo't vole for Iill lr eve-
land, and ineit-iher Hill ior I lev-LaelI
will vote ft-i Bryan:; wli're?, it
follows that Frank Harri-. the- (t.-:,i
editor, is a better dlemioirat than antiy
one of the three, a- lie will voto f-,r
any ne4 of theit that allay boe iioli-
nated. "Me, to,,."-Punita <.riiad:i H r-
Those new.-|ai*jer that are now oi y-'
ing aloud that beef, veal. mutton anl-I
pork lbe put on the free li-t. admiit
that the tariff which pronte,'ts them il
rolUbery. That the lpeo eple, lby the
operations of the tariff. are made' help-e
le victims to the beef tllu-t. lii-
paper ha- been -aying ftor thlirt%
yearN that all prote-ttive tarift, are
"imply clothingg, with tile fornl ait
sanctity of law. a specie- of hlightay-
manii-m. That', all there i-I to -!.

When the wall is out of 1,lumbl the
building is more or less unsate, aid tihe
higher the wall is carried out of the per-
etii-licular the greater the danger ot coil-
lapse. It's about so with the health ; it
is out of plumb when the digestion uis
impaired, when en
there is a dull,
sluggish feelutig, *
with nervousness,
irritability and
sleeplessness. -
Ever y day that -
t he se symptoms
are neglected in-
tcreases the liabil-
ity to physical
lrt. lrerce's
Golden Medical
tiscovery cures
diseases of the I
stomach and other
organs of diges-
tion and nutrition.
It purities the blood and cures nervous-
ness, irritabihity and sleeplessness by
curing the diseases in which they
"* Fir three eart I suffered untold agony."
w11tr Mrs. H R. White. ot Staustad. st.nste~tad


Who ,an e timate the number of
me-u killed iii battle, or have died
fri.m wouuds received in battle'!
\\ho <'an -timate the number who
have died from diose a- contracted in
calnl, -
Vh\t:, can ..-titate the number of
calptive--men, women and children-
iho have ben.u pitileSly -lain?
In the very twilight of history we
read of big armuie".
We are t(ol that Jeroboam went
intto a battle with oAH,onW picked ment
anti of that vas-t ho-t 9*oo,, were
-iaini. a numtier twi,-e a- large a.s the
-xml,;t:-,l armnii- under Meade and
Le-e- thie -antLuihnary heights of (et-
ti -til ri.
vt iu i."iefore that time e.t--tri', w ho o mnally bloody battle- a- to
have a.ehieved almost universal em-
1lire. had a -tandii)g army o(f oN,E'ot 1.
intfaiitry. "i7.;.io chariots and -4.' .0
The feor,'e- f X+-rxe- are t"tituated
.- have le,-en more than a million, .
.-ee what powerful armie- were
Snuiiaeitnded Iby Philip. Alexander,
C':,-ar. Hfannibal, Frede ck and Na-

If laidl -ie lby -ide the killed w ,uld
ilatio3 tilme- girdle the earth.
'Illire would be tleft n1o ,ipt of earth
the foot outld tr't-ad exxcep.t tlilatoi a hll-
11nli 9cl lrpse.
\\'at i- it all for ?
1 1te ratifliati'oin of lui.t and amioi-
ti,' i.
A few glilttring diamondilis give in-
-1oiration tn, the war in South Africa,
and the lu-t for empire is keeping upt
the wtr in thile Philippines.
\\t- boa-t of our civilizatiot, alnd
Chri,-tianity and yet it i- admitte-d
that a gett-ral in tnhe American army
gave the order too "',urn and kill all
over teln."
It ha" been nearly two thuouamud
year- -ince 4 hirist wa- iorn.
l'.a'e on earlti. good will to men,"
was his- et lit-cltion.
The t, ongue- of hi- misi.ioniarie- have
leen heard ill all land-.
The Ibast i i made that His intha-
elot-- Ia r let-rneated the earth a -
thei waters have covered tilt-' -eata.
Every iviliz/.d nation hold- alhft
the Ibantier of the cro(.".
Spire-s poiitti ior heavenward are ta-
miiliar 'iiht-: ini cities, town- and vil-
lase- in the Old and tlhe New World :
tlh- war dog- are unimu/led, andi tle
"nlie-enit-r of eIea<'e" i!-a i doflatrou
worhiplel-r at tlwe -'brine of the man
in uniform.
ihe "rough ridt r" is the hliero of the
I 'hristian.
In thi- twentieth et-ntury gre-at
('hiri-.tian naititon are t'uilding :tr-
niored battlel-ehip-, iirea-.inlg thliir
. tatiiiniHg artite-, and iimaking a hioli.-
day plarathde of the ItIiopili, of ^*.'
anid the miniitert of ('lhi-t are flit-
'i: away their tan liurlinu mnale-.,,e.
ion- again'-t the little friv',liti- t

It i, hi-.tory reiteat i.g itself.
It i- Nero tiddtling while tHo, :'

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An C1 C' i-i we9 W- title h-i-
kipto-I Mtt t-4:e-
'-he'n(! cl
And 0111k. %t 'trye Thce- wt 1
:l '1ut ,.h11"t Au'iJ.,i' -I;-
Iiin maLiteght!'

Vu %II 01V'a'
l", hl*p tkill't
I'l it.!W- 111,1Yp.ti
P, -:itollttIII o Pa

Tinte-Un-n t ui L

yulle Sunl, mto Ihave 3gyreto it,111
course ref naatiet, %L.illf i- % rittel
largely thus:
But the due'ixocral- ,mt t mtne*t t-vt r,
Ii'-uI wit it Uuizited ifroetit anldedtetr
mination to renueely ex i-t inir evils.
it lioprw- to !-Ucctt-d9l P the-re ever Wa
a titte ill the laii~trv -~f tlie, I'Litec4
I States when tlt-e teitii. orat it' eae1'r~
-AbouioI make au *:,rnt-!e~ttl'er( to i~
together ujeen Iorinicil -1- Aic,-t-litable t.
all otenioc'ratse, und tol l inmate a('1ii'.
d idate w ho, will ie w tinIr--tl y ave -p
table. it will l,e Nvi. he-tilth- i;' xt llatt'dil
(1eniif' *rat iq* (011vento i inite~t". I
tha- is donetele'therewill, i- lt 41,09 l'iit
,u ot- -. liifaot 1,,a[j r- to lbe *el
evident teitlay ,nditioal voeool t-olefitr,.a'
I will a[[ereeiite 'li .ite l ft Iih
:co)Ldition-i''I ,- t Oi l -p i11lm oI 4
ncl~xt ealjeatbrli.
There j' Liot iiiu nftm- --ti r K ~ t
onf whIiich ev'eni Brya ii to l Hiill sta :ioI
t 4in tow ther -e m u--' t~ tl, eLit-. tiLL .et~iet (~i

WiD, ()f olimo- r e lit .? aro %ill te -.t
e1 f ti e Ies .z lel m t- ieo i rtaltie"ce
1Thei- vuNo4 iati& ''- :r' cfr Jt ,,r-1i

lile uja th tetvii I il. 'AIe e it 1, ill-

V. ith t -acli 't pi -pr, t nejrt em. ier l t- -,,itk
Ingth lIi-'rank" il the ..tie~~.) lool T.

i to r~ ise ritin tilt- vt-ad t, -t okla- cn-yi. t
with cld br-'aktherI th:tt loirtn x ai- -'ehai

wtohi ld bea ileooet- lai~ nx wit! stxirt-

h ave bee-e-it ti tatIte t.**, tr, *tI
I w b,*k a littic. 'I lhil we .-re i--lie-
oiL Aili dooll oorth h jeiot~te
Lut tht-se lhave' It.,' liipel 1:111-t- at liii-
Itifie. 'V" It%- tiil1.4-1i/et. H.* il h1 o oei

tert thilt l i e le ** f O'i V hpartyi i..~t

tiii :ll .11 era lii i *1 *:otehl l
j~0 liet' ii IitiI II 9 lit I v Iii
agreeitar fi etin '*I, p_!:1 P lut like'
(liauzre-t-iel .il :,Isf f I l ande
tile agizielhe i- Iiii1!. \l&ko a ;I'at.

williti lld it:t kI t Iit t !1, e-ot T'd i4t
be fildi'i- or
The Ct'i1'itail 1--L,- --iftilt-!ha-I nWO
It14e,11211 ;%.t .1.2 hA 4~ iti ie f, atiel

goaverutii"ule1 ta0tl--1-i:aa

o~ej~wrt t "wI iatatieth-eI-ta rt'

a ioe l t r '-Iloielt ky-t. whitI; tilt-

hoAriln'eraV :"-,[ ()(it, e a't', ai re-'-

muen vaii w )r1 .k to t~'t a- '.4it haoi the
tlto'.,rvhttwe ille'that el. d1 Oe 9.which
t'elle-i.til :'It' e--iotoiz-, ueigitY .inlthoul-

ataphwn.,'v wou omo-. l'ke 10)9 I. ttdr erie-
whii~'l Hit t~- 10t, e-li li_.-4r t00!' thitoso
fit to, entitertatitian ll n lit ma nda tulreniidI.,r

Si -ley,,' ndlltl't ti4-irt- too vote
with u-i. why n' 't ail l)w thij ieltet- e r-
it of Voitting ri.-lit (cit ieoll the-ir I 'c
~hIait nut tbe .0o) witjhaHill atill 4('It-Ve-.

Blessings on Him who Invented Sleep.
Xt hile I am au [ Ihave nlie-iter
fear nior hope: tneither trojuit-l or'glo-
ry, awl ble--7iimgs 'iiihimi whoi)iivviitedo
sle p- tth#- iiatitletiotht. cover- all lImn
mall thloughits4; tilit' fe-04t 14 that8loJeit-w-
huinger ; thet odrinuk that qjuencohes"
th im-~t the tire thoat w'arm-1: thv (-,clId


China Seens for Information.
Plie' desire of tlie I hini-e goveeri.-
:ilent tio einourage the stualy of we.t-
Sern mietlihods i indic'atedY Iy loh fol--
lowing imperial edw-t. whi.-hi vt'-
i<-uel o,,n February I1
S '"ur international relatini-' atr- off
t, lhe utriiu'-t iin mportaiue. At tl.e
S ,reownt time, when we are -feeking to,
re st re property to thle peIople and
i the government, we- ought more than
S-eve'r to gather together thie- )of
-uperior merit. If thl wiho, g.
abroad will dlevote them-elve. earni-et-
ly te, the inve-tigation of fore-iinA
illethod of tgover enlit ald ttli-
*ienle't- of tith -e collltrit-~. We ill'i
l hope to, increase 'otir talent"- a- iIn
I -omite eli a sure too flieet It lit -e,-ol- f
tlie government. At pre-tnt. Ihe r-
are- lii:tly -tudeniti fr'lii tliho^ ':lri'il
S r(fvinlioet..ze alot. t 1a l:tij i i;L thi -i-
-.Ivt-'l with 'i*urrent att'tir-, wl iho : Ia\
Si e .i t ltro:d t oo -tudy in fjorei,_r -.*i'o .l-
to letri a t proifes.-ioli. lthi.4 l*,rat' ,
tlo:- l-t-i- r h eeli oblailied aIt n,'l- t rI-
iinpt-rirtl cl:a inien a i, th,- itl.t
bliarier-, alild it i olr ii'lIv ni ti --'iry
that they bentoi mo t lire d-.i-
ate l. I.e-t L lthe liaip-erial 'o--ilrt "aiAl
thl l ie ii tenant e'ineralh- o4*f the- e.:-liti
J banilnt-r- -elIt't young lien f'ro i I
iobanner l,,tw-eien the oe-- of -iftev-iL
Saind twenty-live, of good o'ltr,'.-t.r.
intelligent m inds and -0 iitd ,<.<, ,-.
and prepare a li-t tou i e. e o: 'to, the
graitll 'eunil, wh o may r,.t-prt It, I-
arnd awaitt our appointment f :tl. ,4f.
i, l'ial to re-t-Xilaalii tn d at, lii k.t :t -: e-
Sle-ctioii of a '-ertain t louiit # r, wliio,
-hall be furnii-lh d wi:h iiitai aiit
sent abroad to travel ali -tu ly,
availing tlhi-liiel've', of tlile oejjplittu-
Snity toI fauiliarize them-n-flve-, with
foreign methods allnd ent -rgie tlhe-ir *.x-
perhince, that they in ty a-.i *t tlie
court in its purpo.,e to for theservive of the gcove'rnm-l-it.
'"-"ipe,'t thi-. "

What Makes Nations Great
It i- literature that maak-- hlttith-
great. It i by Horaier abind I .li lii
that Athein- exist.!: it i- by T. ivu-
iand Juvenal that voinf- o diiiin:t:-
it is by RabeIlai-, Mo.liere ai.od V\.ta:re
that France reigns. Three vite i,,.;Iy
in hi-itoury deserve the name of urni-,
which -eemin to -um Up at a given ie.,- I
wrent the whole of hiiumor tandl te;- -
ligence. These three citie- are Athi-
enls, Rome and Paris., ltI hlie l,- ,,f
Italy is expressed in the word, I, nts.t"
the whole of England inl thet we r'l
Shakespeare.-Victor Huto .

Spring Ailments.
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and dilipnpejor. The hardo,-t row k
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: tl%11uW-at p oif heitrt."-t ritijv-" Iotu
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: iis rage'andati :eiaii-1l i) tothe imirvioii .f
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:atll -h irt live-ct w,,it, f-or myi beilct
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WE EAT vK'I.06

A. To Our Ncw .
We are now On the north s-de. h e p
Square, next to our new Livery S'. Come to
see us when you want

Buggies. Wagons and Harnes&

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Hubbard & Macduff,,

Ocala, Fla.

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THE FARMER BOYO gohoies-fly aa'a;jmri-e.1 )prY
-- Niay o'pifor ft rrint-r- tboy~- hitbav of
p jroveni theirf- t i .*t-i for tble-' I ii!
8T A FARMiER SOY. # to ML1j.jIY l3 t1-, W~tht_ Ii'k1 .,,i~T ii' 10Jl

LLboentzi tO-tatid at lie-t-at qoe -t'[ boi'ihe ta i
Written ly t-lal Vie p.allf ilaV.A!io;, vn01
Between the age-4 Of ttn andStilltn '.ejtI 9101t-111 faiiaV *!i: \fVH
yer is the igelfdwhen tieheoly''all 111l 91ja a! i ai l.ta h, r
in a large measure, to 3 e )mullded ilit' Ii t hey :qfrt. V. ut U -r tI') il*' t h'frii
what we would have hi-li bel mite. atli tilMl! t ait t''ci: it.I I'lla H a :.f.r
Before that age lhe will !-how thie hat1tT *r t! = i di re, :i-!.n:it*#- a C
natural l*ot of his mind anid thii, ill rar,-i-:d i-t-i. a ~' ;O .' :? l!f
pwrt, may serve aso our guide; but bie- -~~~,*di..i~.~,*~~.
tweeD the ag"sof ten atil twe'iity he ~ :l'A ,~- ~ ~-nt
mzusttobe .-Wiled into tile patthi'-; we r-'. I. 'bI
would lhave laim to follow it, aft.-r ta~3~f-r t'ir \ L'

Year... 11 1.I
By ttile ,aa% 'if i~iiaztr,,ti-,11I nv -. -I.rr.: ;:t. VlL
(.111m1pare the 3v"11~.11 11- t o[-t,' ~ iiathiii' i i-';tv-r -.U',jI i ~ '
luetter tA thina ~.~'~t If **, x'al?'- .. r~a'..r.. ~

Wiac 0 I,. i. t ''1- *i' %4 111' .1 :j Ng,- 1!,i,'fill-

he w ~it 1e ea iiett- tt an aatrlie :zi-''v= ''-t-,-f- 'H

a ild Iylitwillt to t.. Iwoiity 1,e 1a1lt,.z 02 L~ ~1 :.~'

ways wl ill i- %:ti det t-of ie e Iit- [lie tlh t Ihe f r I V~h -i n .1'I

of* thel istruggling l tow njlab on.11t-, all t-~ tl U ht 119 tH I I I- -'I
are haini touneningt'ai. Bu 4111 kin.-.:ttair eri'-r.:tI .*- I
There boe tought no-t .efound wa~i it -t.It3't. 'r*-: *.. =
suc m n a te elltrine Irn ti -na nd '' tra-t iiit i.z icy t- i K': :i

ad allounwill farm.tithat .a-, n ant-yIita l ,.
therentgo to build up thesltatill0A,
bie tter, unt'rained it rrne.T here a,1l'-.TI : t'..hi s. -:
to y gr w llar oer ieiastat ofetter nait-ty4)'tible artnr tlt it ~rI .'. a
su pl te de an oreo~iton la icktr.a- II.-tI, .. w.,1, .,!,HI h.''*-

bsiorers: tey all m ten Afromi'.'1'the- rank-K ~c .\i
rr~Iu eroftimeworit. t uIaah~vt tl~- flie:. mitat.'Jit lt-t'i l '11-, 0 1 .!I t 1.9-'
ofarthoe sraglng itoweur auillintg'a ath
mar~e hitedtoe unternding hriat' V.'lh.''aBut r- V,-tli-.
farmerboyIoght n tatoefg9uu9 aut-hisrt aI ''uijj11 -i,

them.abode of eoJorit tilie ttt a1xiIl*-tahl-

Vaau I 4o -x I -A1. t; It:, I V N
w a he lfar er Th ey ai e wani t ed. fi~t-t .t ii ki L il fa .*' h i a: r ''~~~ V~

no w l n tled e tf Narn ture a rnt %%a lltture'-- 1 In -
t h elet o)aui l d u p'tl e t, t ll i e v o. i'. lt- ,i a I v
tw ttea r, o) ine re'n led ; jit h re I'hiat '~1l w u tr t voth'e t' .911 : i' !v-itii r t -I ir fV

honrie tyadie tandityardftie df'xarneu, .-V
a n d w h erea e rh i mn en t-i~e l ltw e a rnd s l.t l !' tII t at I!-; I:'. t ii tt *'i i i i,
Ulbti e nt h 1ra ey h sca ntr -t [mak ~e IH -* 1. 1 1,i* i
wantsoed inypalitmnic;s lt p rea l wtAl. I tli:i' .'- ~t h~\ ~
thei law vilai ~' mid .'iiia'-s~k1'9' I :t1.tt1 U.,v ii i. 121 t

have 1.een itijctwtetlifinto' then&aIV Hi I i byj :11i, L "~.' *
without mannaaiiiii oe tor him in' r. '111l01v b 'w*~ I .ii't:Va .~
waiateiilat the 5.rituarit-A to a'haao-.' Caa
our official' mx'n 4Of iu~teigrttv a giat rii-.t- t'al"ii i.I U 94 t.''.i-I I
wtmrthint-tsei; at (our Cjt`Ctj44Il7--, 14)tat -t Y-11'-~a'. 0t:0t til.' !11ti v 1--- t :l to'I
their ballots for tic-ant, ularili't lilt-?l I nfu .411.aral &~' .* !T~
who will dimohar&ge their t.lutaes haii-leU1 .a' ttaW..
estly asid faithfully. They Are watitetiajI~aTi''- a'' a'L
in our legi--lative haltlis ttei -Iiml-NtN our ,~ 'a uu ahik.~I. u--ia
lIsmsand giv'e then force, atto 'ltt'a-k atM tIvI I VU -A iA t "14 At Ia' *0 t
t~ne Ia kacity (if (aorlbooratiaato.4 aargmI i't t T9 ~~'uh~4 Ia' t1all
to rolothe iie~aile. 'lThey'art-%Mil1
in our eourits of' law, tArn meet-t mit q tii,.k 'o a-it't''tit C-tattah-h a hii' *r l-
aud iwliartial jua'tic'-* t;o l2Lw-Iare!kt-r.., thuitimstlvc'-. I it f:1

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DIo not always received. the symp1athy .1'.Atli" 9\l
thev deserve. Their ax~iintii* are i .thl.. u'
iniaginary' tar natural and U--''od' .t h. rIf:;.
lif. l)iM-ase and tntfinult'4' lhotilal U' t *tlw..t'.s1- ,iw'
ated with old age. The t. % e 4A the- v .1'?inI1-t.
may be as bright anti the o 01am11Ik'xia in as far ISas an'* of
his younger and moire vi 4ksous ('Qnljaaiin)i.'1.

and controls evviry' pan rLfathe lload% -stltziogtllcl'.- l: i'' '-.
muscles elastic and supple, the Itaiflt. -tiotTr l aai' l ti.. i~ : 99i-
this life .fluid is wi gll uted oa r i~it mv~. >, I i i i. ?I- ~ ~

a ~ ~ ~ : 4a '1a"ad j*a la Ii lie 111l

via 'i'i A m 10- 1) '~a Ita I -V ifI [-' -; t l I III

ir too n',' 1,-4l%4.-at' Ia i LkIta al ie h i-

Strikes a Rich Find.

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cerestingy Informatio~n whic!i rempe'
ance Folks Want to Know.

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For Secretary of State. Mon. James E.
Broom e.

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World Wide Reputation.

a'- Itt'ilIK the .tw-t O -I!t' u-01-11 hi at-
'.tro3'er*,I and for' it-At" t'(io-ia'ifI'ieiia'" onl
9.4eak auti unthrifty cti9.IIr-ii, as ~it
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*4 ve a4 ve an ruplov 10 the AuguAta C-
mt; *, The poem ai a tlshute from the Alf-
, u .soa, s t. the wry eand mem rv f Gen-Ra-
l tl h Iy iI l y, )
'.*t.m the battle cat. ^ ^ W .
it rnm1 tho 'te-ruelt cunfliat -
-v ,. ti rang at la t
A,* A EsoNIftE eat yUy couch_
.h e e t er death k pall

I,' i the s,. ,h t % I&_-I t
.:A( L man n4s the white dol-s
,-t."'.'.:tlr,,".' 'o th ewhat we are n sn s or an gvin alr
A-'rh x 0t, of hontitoil, 4010 1- T Et
r.',i. .th I.Ioing maiden hEAP h
t"-!. m V native (1 ..1 *d

til YOU TAKE NO CHANCES in buying your
t k "uR-1 down bil. I ur tl

.' J .. '(': Groceries from us, either by mail or in person, as we

..;* guarantee to give you just what you want. 1hat s
Th po, workbUK r u iu wlnd v *n thi l tat ltio ii for a "full diier

.::::; : what we are in business for, and by giving value re-
l. R. H. lalmer. th distingu Ied ol--

Lhap, fatall juries.
Ar ho orra, of N York -

,-...h r. *,j, *eh... *. *
When t.enlator Hami|ton was in the ^-- .
I uifid Statee *enate he introduced a ^ -
,r..-..t,-.> .i.. .1.iZ. We buy our Groceries from first hands, thereby savingall the inter

llia tt for ofit te or to -licit their _

"""-"'"' mediate charges, and by buying them in large quantities and paying :
The Emperr Julian is credited with
"'"",:. ,, : ''' cash we get t the LOWEST PRICES that RELIABLE GOODS can be
Ilitt latltI holds wifd evea'a uuntl our -

day. Tt-whomtw"r-hipdonot bought at. We give you. this advantage, making our profit as low as -
alwi.ay a~et o ty him. u m- aout

,.:d*r,,,f ,,o,,,,o.,l or-- can be to do business legitimately. ,
awsaiit for the Filitieet it is tr.dan- 1
..a"'w"ai '"h a We claim to give you the best goods that can be bought, and at
[ o f.htie .i thed it ft iugit whet eftu.

prnssueyttria di vin ae of New Orleal <|inio

'r p "."" T find a ors" f<.rm of prices as low as they can be sold at :
Im tamek you d ill byave trolley kiy caer vIr -
N. Sillsad af:t riooerandiceiy ad r ved forever cent spent here
r organ, of New York TED WE REFUND YOUR MONEY
l-tt, afdistinguished puclate of the t-u *g

atanoli chure. ii dead. He hti party f utur tre 4
Wh en lt at or Hliam toewage int the re-
""'"" ""n "'""""'i""' For the houses we do business with are reliable and t ust give the p
havt hig ofhilid that expiret is ta will te -

0. varwd for tiv lyre4idtett |tnUeve-lt ill 0 0 A
. "lw"... ..,-f..ral Quality they say. There is nothing in the eating line too good for our
We are remuindeI by the JAeshua 0
"- .. "" 'that "a 'ile 'oldit customers. We want them to have the BEST going, and in the future.
tled truly weltiomei the proditral -tontj 4
"' at u ""h rejoicing, ie didn ot tuP""o -0
lw "'.";'"eetfaintd 'i t';- ito as in the past. we shall see that they get it. Give us your orders and
ruie it it hmit liUaswlf. Nor did tell
..r," ".-.. ,aveti.." t...czv t--r we will take care of you and see that you get what you want at reason
-u, h a t ltng: lite only wanted t .,.do ll'- able prices. We carry in stock besides
The Florida ludian war claii bill "w.i1
thlit lha bienII before congretse tso Itnmg 4
Ias* |aXmed tleetenate and will srs. >- _I
,,tl, mtltile mouste today..If M),si r- MOP urin a F ood fo
:'" "- "".e:ry: I' ay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Shorts, Purna Fo d for Forses ard
lUti. y. t.enleral bullock, of I hid e itt. a1 f

:r.:aid a Mules, Cotton Seed Meal, and Pratt's Poultry Food.
an *uttauiK it u l tehaite.
4 'ratie SprinUgs Institute will 4o|i
..d mnarial traiig.: mi do- We have the largest and best assorted stock of Staple and Fancy
aii4tag ": e-X eIt'h low; surroundini -- Al iA A A A A A A 4












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