Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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 16, 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: VID00640
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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Consul Ayme Telegraphs Washington
of Martinique Horror.
\Va.<1.ington. May 13.-Secratary
H ay Ls1.a. 9t.(ivt 1 the 1~iliowing cable-
grain *!ata. May 11 fromt United States
Ayn# itvu Gua~tlklupe. who went
to VI-t le Fran'P..'Martintique, by in-
r T'Iti tI u `1011this t'0V(rflMeT1t:
T* l ; 1sa.itt r is romptn1.-to. Th#. city
,.s ;%.i:.I I! .ut. Pn-:I Ireutis an! i, hS

r;i *!vris144 I. *,i ~are hoin'-
I'~ an't iltilz rv. liv'sig~g es t Sthat
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Ili Sa, :*'' ...oar-, ri''o. alt meats and

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V I *o' 'i'.;att t()iom th- i t% ry of Saa.


N. .i--u~e Catastrophe More Terrible
Tha.' zat First Reported.
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To Provide Relief for Survivors.
N,-w York. May 13..-- Plans are be-
Ing nmaturt' for a n:;(ating in this city
of all f(rnwir rt'si 'lnts tof Martinique.
It pr',,bably will h.' th I, i Til -.lay oven-
ing. It is beliv. in,'n of Martin.
iqui. will coMn0' toi Nw York from
all cities within a ra.ifis ,f .5' 0 imilps.
It ;s intt.nd4 ,, to tak -' 'ihl steps aw
nay hI Ipomsil, lokitn to r(,!i-f of
th<' survivors oft the i<'astcr caused
by th," crujption.

Volcanic Lightning Kills Sixty.
N. York, Maay 1 -A '-l isatch has
r, :a( hti d her t from St. LIi-ia. says a
I.4ahi,;1n ,!isp'atc-h to The Tribune, de-
s, rib, tig a terrible state of affairs on
St V:n.i'nt. Thi northern district of
th,. islatid has been compIletely de-
Ettliy,'d h!y volcanic eruption. Sixty
ptjrsons were killed by lightning while
trying to escape.

Uncle Sam Will Send Ships.
Wahingtoun, May 13.- The presi-
dent1t, after a conference this morning
with several inombeits of his cabinet,
has odtrlt'd the war, navy and treas-
ury depIa'tn'tnts to cou-operate in the
ado; )til on t stetis for the relief of the
Martinique sufferers. The state de-
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tole fat.lIforda full theror 4thntt t:rat

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oil F-t Kiring, W. W. InA.iiW. Ki.'Z' K
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I came to a will. by the- river -ide.
A half male long and neatly xa wide-,
With a foire..t of stacks and an armv rcA m
Toihng~ at turnace and -hove-l and pt-n.
What a mag'nificent plant, I criedl
And a moan with a -enudge'.,n hi- i14L, repaedi.
t'. )U.rjran -
I qtutere,' a train and rxde a:I .la'
ton a regal c.,ach an.I a raght c-f %a,,
Which reahed at' arm- all -,ver th '.1-l:tt~
I n a -y'.tet too large t-. uin-.1-,.t~ta nI.
" A -piw-ndid riptuls'rty tha-' I cri. I
Au4! a rman v ath a plate, nlol~il. t ?retj'I~rd
t-. M rgan N
I itdi a gr.-.t -hip tram an.! tru,
a.10111 ;.etta tat t') kret-] and ti alian I'..
At1 ta!the -hip a- oriv ,t a m(kn-t ert fl! I
I' TIa it -ICr1`3 t he ;a- I u,!T
A,;',1 aaa a -t % tia ak-1a10m, a:-.i<, T ,*

I dweit :n a nation .1.7:t--l %:~11,'a!
hfer ;q,.4Al- we! e- !!1:111% h--- t- w e 'a 2
if.-r e.: n war and.! -.Tc. .e anq!.-t.
A hat a --,ani"''! ia at t .-I ,,..
An.! a mu't~ With !I:- "'-1 I:; th.- a r :t I

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Frtout ten to fifteen t'airs ef Irialx po*
tat(*, are now Aliipi'iad from Hasting-s
It saeems~ that the 4 Vaine,'ville News
is" lagging in its e ethuu'iasm foir the
4 ii1woaary.

Admiral Schley s'ays that no nmail
ever heard him peak one evil word
again-t Admiral *nanip~on.

If Bryan, ase an editor, cati re~ai
his popularity. be will certainly bie en-
titled to the honuor-' ofgreatut-~i...

When you s"e a 11ala t we:riiag
Panama hat it i- utli'i-t a -iur. -%i4
that he hia-,. line o,f ,'r,.imt at ,n,
hal.erdasher'.. Few l.eopile are -
reckless with their money tliat tlie
I(ay ,'ash for a Pananaiia.-Atlantn
.Mr. F. ('. Hodt antal .iht! lret-n Lav
returned freom ('tiCus anl we're rekt.i-
terdl at the Montetzua \'wledines
day. Mrs. Homd io a dlaughlte-rf Maj
R. 4 ;. Wright, of IOxfaiorl. whl, i- a
present tick at the Mariani coijintt
h,.-pital in tlii city, but wih,, i- rapilhl

Mr. and Mrs. I. 4;. Blake, M\ias- Ir
ma Blake, .Miss Mary Drake. Mr. au,
Mr-. J. M. Beutmn, Mrs. tu. M. Matrtil
antd children, Mrs. (. J. Spurlin, Mi-,
others went to Silver S.pring- Wtilne.-
day and remained ill day. The party
spent a very pleasant day ti-lhinii,
boating and picni'lng generally.
Savannah is trying thie kerosetet
remedy oan the disturbting and mnictrobe
distriloutirg mosajuitA,. and we hipe,>
all other towns will follow the "F'or-
ett city'ss example. It i, titne for
man, in hi- might and power antii
knowledge, to say too the gnat aind thl,
monluit4, go: and notit wait uilpp the
go at once.
If the great Methodlist church of the
south is satisfied that the $ 2>te.oA was
jaid to it by the unitedd States gov-
ernuuent improperly it should return
it, as no church can atloprl to hold oni
to that which is not perfetc.tly hlouastly
obtainede. This monliey lias already
iheenl held too long bay the ctliirch, anid
at the meeting of the lhihopls at DIal-
lax, Tex., thi-a week restatutiotan ,-hould
be made and tie matter eitndtel. lMe-
tropo lis.
<'aptain J. IH. Stephens,
agent for the Plant Sy tem, w:Va in
tkiala aitId made 11" a pleasvtlit call
Tue-ltay. He lha- ien 'I tllriiltl i lht
interior andll we't -..t.-,t -**-t n i;- .'t, ti(
state and is very miii'v in U. Il er.d wV itlh
thile e u'couragii outtlo,.k. HI.- ...\- tit-
farmers of F'ltoridl are l bt'e'in itl in-.
tensely interes--ted.I in fattet'-ngo bt,-f

Whist Club Entertajend.
MNr'a.It. A. N'teat her' wa" the v'ra-
e'aI~lao-vtessa of the- marrit-il ladies
wli- -10Plu W~edesnday afteriaoon. She
W J.4 4liarniingly wa--i~to- tby her
#laughltf-r, Mi-s E-th.-r %Weatiaerrm and
her neivow 1,Ii,-4' Ii'ttie [Dye.
liii- wit ile I t.-A st fmettill- 4f (tit+.
4,14l u ita l U net t-xt fall :Aid % 'ts A very

of f lipt-11111 ivil~V ig -.4) ill I'1 I for tile
jearca''-e (if 'till*-prize. evach imctii I oer
vm%- % plriz..-'a.*ooI lhat al1 art-"ieft carried
ho-icia a %Iavtuir r-.'T. 'T. Muaroae

"he %4-4-4 all' iweel1her c hoie or'ifall thle
Iprio-. 'Tlla- next Iii let h k't ad -cc qlad
eliaiiaep, aal c Mi- Mara.e l'M-
licjk, the tt atv. i1l-!"t lifMr." andi

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e4Il afte r t ai. 'i i i f tt t iI- Ir i/t
Ih i- ,.'i.r.W lI'*..Ia- Ule io-i
the tlja,'.t !h 'c) a~ *~.~:faill oial

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Will Bore for Oil.
MIr. .1011 \V. a-4 4ilii' (-
day for M -'-- tit i t-, \'i-a Illi- \ I ft- ta 1, 1
dauarhter-'.fit- 'u1 ~~i-lllt'.
weekly, an I \wliezi hert r" ilh-
gin bo~ring f1'. or(il ini .-arii, -t-.lie laMt
already i-u -chua-.'d ua'h i mie.ry uandl ho.
entered jlt'a 'lntI'Ii~i'tra V.itli exjwtrt
wrellborear-tor.taiI.~re to)the edt-11ath o
:;tooooi feet, a lit \%iil uiwk a'aantluueetl-y
night an'Id &y V'Ailt 1a 11,11.1t) -. -t af4
drills until tis ii ~t-lo' i i- rewa'ledl, ui
le'.,4 oil is i" ve'ta at a l.~do-jath.
Mr. Pearte011 i- aI-x.'-fillgldy a'tAlgUitl t.
and i-4 provin-ir hi..' faith lay a large .ex-
penditure ono'miii-v. lie ia. baalready
sunk -'evera' to -t w4,1,, lli :[fit- llt di-
I'ation1-i ctinipal.rt-41 %oit a ah rriinitonn-,
4,rt ita''. w -t!- m-it pi o;irin'Il r4+ Hill, Fe \ .
i- alt' '_,ethe llt' afavqa ir ati~t,- H' iritla
te'- i I At a depthl 4), cant' limililre.'e
at:.l t wa-ntv tyfee--t, after lpa_-hi hgth rmigthm
caaalsc, :s't'mart opt water, w'ai-'hi lie ati-
ai\ z.e.'i, ii,,e~i tl the -x i_telce )r nearly
Ala a atilte ae"r 4rude fol.- ii

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day ani artic'le- froimiIh lie'p-n of i )ii ver
Rhuineeloim avm' i hi-At the i'iimiary v t-
Of ''our-ac it is knoa.4-n Ili-it we, -tivair
the S-44-'teli. %% e fv I' t l#eau-Aite we
believe it. t'lot.etho t~iire.-! '.'-14,111 that
ea lt, n Ie- lvisaee I. \Ve (N.v. i't Iiectiu1-e-
We loelieve it, wear~.-mit-alilveef'r. t
our thc-'iry 4 'gov~ertmuit-Wa. We.- rfvor
it beaaul!, e lwe le I e''eit, t-P Ie t hf lila ire
dta'jiovrat ia, .*3 -eit. We a.. t'e'Iit lhe-
Caut'4a-.e we-blie jve, with '[lfII iliAaa .Jt'1r-
W4ill, thait til'Ie- illCCPI. cala 'e ti'a-!''I.
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t- -i t i- e ti) i F irtn or1-t Vt--are alac t ia~ V I; 2 ,I -v ,ll,
Some Fine rlori da Horses. aal Iand hal t lI"l 1ci-,, fifl It Cala'.'#a";I)-
Mr. Wili ('happl-eIl, (if Kt'nelric'k,w-a -i'buttao, ill Oalatc'-aa-', ijr
illIm licalla N~eallit-LiltyWith three title w""'ail aac'ali ..01-~t ~
l-'Imrioa a rai -etd1 -4, It '.Nlai-'hi t.~ itedcl U Il'hllc '1t1TAI ailI-ingt ';,'a;I I I tilegt, ,ta I
4 -to -it Io-rA IcIe ad fit Irat it oi Faa all e 4141es t jhIad oltvia'lt Ioftc l ithe -4 .1-1, tal I'i l0r itIa v.-
uea- two.,'' ar-it'-' el'lam id we-ght-ie.e at ()lie Ih1L, "''114:11 fail iwt.d 1-tcl*,'iI..t' I. thzt tilth-
3ea aela e Ilii1ll*. anall at t'iga te c if.lIIif 1! l% 'wl''' of-4lcit j,j j1111 ipl'tiat,
iiillth lol41 poeunid-- Ihi sc, -4t''id ''i1 ltlaw-l.!l' ajjin A I ti i -
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thimrdli-a1 viglit adav' i 4)141andI has' 11.4tYet f'-atIl M1 lat
I 'ce.'iV. w igihie'a huti Ii-a in ota-verv rt.-'.lae-at l.tAe "lail a'.) t, i t i t IiI
a lt'-'auty'. T'limeiaathier i' lwil three a'aalts a a~rl3it)'-,ic-Id, uaiiia -,tei:-aa'alii-
are illuh-tratiem,ll icf w.hmat e'ani lot- ela)IIC l~e'flre it ia,1#t- -u -.lI-it i-t a? r~
ini hFh-rich ll fie twa- it water eif raija-nag It al''app '-ir fl..O11 ti~. ll' .'t--a-I~t Iatl~l
-ttitwk. I 'arv hfia'ii i1 like-.%-' t a 'h't'I t the., ,lIf
M r. ot laal'c.llpt-1 -aIha-u a lk: rupa tthree-'ait.''al''--Ili) tll;- l',!Iita\ivtt~'Il
1h1.zaclre.-alacre farlhl aiie mlil -tla-atai~f ruile.; -V. Fhat ll,.aa\'-Y -tef.
K-e-aialrit'k aal t~i h v- I I 111-t-' ~arth otf drt]i~tliva'ltitta'-l-,'- t.Ijaa
(Ila':a )1:I the hard'cl aial. lie, ;ia alfigt iir l'tla-,r --'-.if tt-th ~l-Ia-all la-t.-
tooa. 2 vl- -aslisek.'i't attellti- i t,(ea thit- iaN- lvii. i it ll 1 tet-ttt-r. it '~'- t .) t~
I-"1iline staaa'k. lit- bIot-I ''.'vt-as--er-1 that that-- rt.'-a!' it a' !11ac i':ItHO al'. v -l'
-'. taa'.'aile -Ltiqch 4- i- fiie hII, '-ae."4 g all Ile :ot' illV w' -
1*i':aiatl hre as' ii(ll hiealt-ueira-' ire.-i el- 'lts l'i'-lTh'lt'\ afI ijl
a.!' 't'ntc'kv acid a'h'tlentaf-ially 1thirl~tumii tilt,~a..?i I ~ t-llh~-
finrziie.'rlill Maricai a'eitmltV I.(, ltatat i"h lei- e l iii cII Af'a l'i'.l tbit j'' lIlle'' ia
i ire'a' .'ceh-a. lil. Ii' li latitI iL Its 'azial I- iitt-' I 11M4i'l ilt- Idiall \%.:Il ft~lf il-'l t- h l t-
N1I-r. W. Il'. M' dl ao eam'iNI a clitaili ,:.t'I. a:aaIea
fimiI'er InaI a.i'her' ~eha' ccipartial trial. e wt ~~'4'iV*elk.I
faaor loeve'ral w eek'- *ipast. While theretii' ai.a'e'vi-n'-.
he erialei tirce cre-lgehiaat= :;ea We ar-' walliia'r. at :tallyrrla-, tooI- i ve
f'et inll ength, caielea1041t #c-l\'-ii fte.t th Vt ill-llhiA tl'i d lia e"Wiia
le.-ng~tla.three a'I--tlaize -anid a nitilntI nlevi'era~~l~l~ -ai i-tlp

re tla 14 i Ht-e i-a uietai: -t. aInglthtis' is;a -.talie..:te
11N3ir .1g.\ver',ttisiexd l._-owthaid enioten-~ allt~liil-.'Itta.~lta. 'ii'

iiimae~s'hertal. is -isidll c~ta-i ie 'i. a lat L I'll i i
-atia. ~ifi ce le ut~taal~ tthe..~' tt life ill1;- t alt' Ilat'lkii-t el o-i.'". fa'cT iI -'I
Miafrai,'J. A.hael liat-11inawit that' 4)fthe il- l a2iaa-lt'' ht ~

-;I If!ah -ilt-aia t!' la' th'd l't-- Iii l'al.aiat -
%l iw r.Cnc 'alil i'. 1-d 4- ard l

'One Editor Outspomen,
Tl'h, editor of the West ',oint ;,a.
New' -ty- very pointedly: "We ain't
'upportin' of no man who 11)wallnts tto
lake liiker harder to git."

The healthy oil maln wears. hii gray
lhiir'- like a -ilvver tcrow) What if ht-
be threeselre anil tell if thlire i- stiHf
tire in hli!- eye, tir iness. i'a hi-a t* l ,
,ttil'nanll i hi-' vaie atil wis idllm ill
''litunel He colaimands. love and
rev'rt-nce. Yet how few wear the
mantle of age with dignity. I)tn
tvyed. ,iiuerulois of speech, ihaltinig inl
'1 -te-, hi, li'li h in iniil, they "lag
sul-rlltus onl tlie stage ." lra in
(,uit tile fag 'ied l ,f life in a lif, nple
existet,'e. The secret of lietltly th I'.
age ia hitalthy milidtle age. 'Ihe
u ,ntil whli takt-s 'ar., of hi- -toia ,'li
whlo kt-e'ep his lodly properly nouri-h-
tal. will finld that thile lly Ilot-s nlot
f-til himn in toldl age. 'The grtat value
*f l)r. Pierce's (;ollent- Medli-al I)i--
lnveryh lie- in the lIre.ervatio, o4f the
working poWer of tthe stoiinh allnd
othll-r organss of digestionai and i ultri-
tion. Frontii thi.? centre i-s distrillutfedi
the ilri-l hment of the whole abody,
thle salt tof the lood. the line of tilhe
bonliie, phoslphatet- for thle brain anil
nerves.. A -sout ll, toiach miean a
-iourlri man. A man who keeps,, h.-
,tiolma,'h ound lay the use of "'joldten
Meli'cal Di-scovery" will wtar the-
'rowi n eof gray hair as befth-- a Wnil).
ir'lch, with dli.liity and ease.

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that tile time i-j not far itar? when mrrw-
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l~tiit4 wt'-la.r'ai :."htritlau'M eiqiiti~ ti IsI
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In l-r-1po~rtiont to t hose e itgageelthaI --re
wa'.'it greater percentage eaf lee.m ". 'ill
t lie- e-:trly t lain i n the liter Iki~tit L-
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A Two-Barrel Compliment.
11111 .1 f'.I'. l'iaallae.the alale" elit-
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fibll(. It.-- is ip4k'enii of a~.4 aa'-aniiqiate
;,,r at l''lhaeV geii.-''al ta) 'i.aaeI Iti
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wo td w hat 'consltitute it.-elle- the husband needs a moral and bal-
vi,' New I.t'tt. r. anciing force at the hearthstone.
When defeat overtakes him, when
.lJud < T. I. C'rtwford is justie of
mi-fortune comes upon him, the home
t!he pea must ie to him a refuge of rest and a
i.- Il vs y fee., l- healtlh, and for awhile
awhileparadise of contentment-a pool of
wa.s aluo-t totally blidi. He feel.,
Betlheda into whoe broad bosom he
that a pul'li," police i- a pulbic' trust. r
can plunge and have his strength re-
xtI It!I IttIII-01 oIt I11itAld )Ile newed, his courage restored and his
(Hit-.lutit- 4-f hi'ich. frol'l whatever
t f ambition rekindled. He then is able
' i-: t -,, ti" i- t al,'1l to pt-rif'forit So 1
S f to go forth, attack and overcome the
whi-ti be wa- -tiri.ken with Ii inlii *,t- I
i disappointments, troubles and misfor.
he Iro'iiilv f,'rwarIled to the V. U" '
Stunes of life.
t@r or lth i -i-1:t iol That gtell .- I
SHut, if at home he tfnds no tender,
maiil, in i ll, kindtts of his i heart,
S.,, thiiing influence--he finds no quiet
rtt.. iii *t Ilit stt Ie-*Itu iftil letter :si k-


Ocala s "Grand Old Man" a Shining
Example of the Beneficent Influ-
ence of Tender Womanhood.
.At tiit- ol g ,'ti aiinniversary of the
mInarriage- .'f 1e-ier::1 and Mrs. itobert
I uliocek a great iniwv liecautiful andl
elia.-te exprt-lr-ion-4 were used iu refer-
et I.-e to thie ijobl t character oif ihe
bridle. And they were all true.
hot. biscuitA r .^ Toi tavc tried to exiggerale her vir-
hot biscuit rolls ,,,,,v..
tue-s wuli have t. Iee as futile as an
kes and muffins. attl pt to gild thie sn or enhance
tile beauty of the lily.
The tcourt-ship of the young lovers
wder, absolutely pure. was a repetition of the "old, old story"
of "true love never running smooth."
DER CO., sFW YONR There were parental objections, but
love "laughs at locksmiths,." and at
S. 1i. luto-n... pr.,mine,.t *.iti tht- hour of midnight the hearts of the
S/ .&t < ia '-ir. :t- ,, () fond ",i m Coe tidple were made to beat
I .lia 'it ti at e .I 1 tol- rtll--.. a p;eta- & 4|' vi-t. ML Iu,-... V t v i t Su ,-,,.t ,' eI I t.*, have proved that
Sti-.e i.j-1ight :ni fore.,'ight of the young
i.., i- :. wife werE' tar kee-inior atid more pene-
tratinvi tllani that Eof hi.r parents, and
toi T .1 .: :- .1 -. : f .. ..- t;!ui r. tht. t |ltl
; t t- u i .. -..- I < *illlli 1-- ,tl -r ,:.i.t thr,.uihi the- fituit, tiilld w ith
ill:a \. 1->. ;.. ,- |:tl t \% "V- "t -on tL-,u d- and hour -,-cupt.
b w ,. l; i I lie iueausureatueit ,he made of her
t|i tv Ia.' i a ; it- i""" --. t., I e it Il tibl. I'FlE, E t i lrlllit Alt t'aih.let outag lover il no re'-t et failed her.
Siiake ::,-t i The inut-c.E o t a wife for good or
t,, l< nakf *' :; !'., *" ;i/aitl "; h im :i ",i ii L.
evil i.- all powerful. A good wife is
---- to iher hiusbatid wisdom, courage,
Hot 1. .\. A liuf.rd wat- i ii Savan- -trength and elnduratue.
I; Ii, :.t t .d Slhwt li w'a- '1v.' E i.,at ,,. Mr. It illu-trate I iu the life of Mrs. Bullock.
.. I:rwi. i ,-it. i,' ,I ilt- I'iait Sy- T'imiough her tact, firmness and
lt-i.1. T'IE. ,.t ly T.. : : \A .I .. 4..,' ," lit ,h- h,iltoi l,, pre- the life ,of a pioneer and among a peo-
-liit Mi l-.r o % i'll a loviilr cup a- a: ,te \l -whto imrtialers- were those of the
Ttiark -. tIli ii : > r.<,ia ,ion a :an-l t-- pio eit-r -(rit tieral IulIli'k resisted the
t." ':(t. tmtI iptll tion is that hedged hliliti in on
MIr-..I1. l. I .t'. n (t- ;(ta .l : fe. all :idet atl d led a life of almost total
frite.E- I.:-t ,tiirday nitiit a .,np li- ati uente. 'lThough the greater part
til. nt:t. iv 'o t -- .1 ry Ilr:k.., ,.f Au- ,f hSll life was p-, nt in the public ser-
hlurt, Al. Itri-.t thlt. 'v.'nitg Nli vice. he tiever iiidulged in the social
I r k. ,-, it,, --,i -,,:,,. It u ifull uu-,. gl-.t ni'or wast.d his time at cards,
Mr- 1. :t. n *.- :,--. ,- t'.,y h.r -i-. I aitt y.-t ltevtr list his popularity
S .r. i-. < .i. ta.i M .- .IIl rl' :tIlal l aiy 'lIs of his fellow citizens.
I, \ It,. :,l' I .',. : 1,1 .,,- i,, t ,,,,. Afte-r their eloptement and m marriage
1 an.5 ti .i.' i.Ii, >j.. ,i ,' I.' ,1,. i w th- i oui g couple had nothing to give
S. thutika .support, hope or encourage-
S-uenL iut love .ud the ambition which
MIr I .. ... *t i r, tt i .: ':. on low- lr,,imi it. "-ud their career illus-
S. E i'i 4v Iii,,i ," ft i Ii v:tIv Iih- trat- tile t' truti of the saying that no
,ial. wI:- i, 1;.h w lit t. u .iet \iMr. J..e^f Cl,tlitili,,in i i hopeless where the wife
S,.hlnIItiii. of .; irniilty, h. I- the ipos.e~e, tirnness and decision, and
-eiior iim.- itilir oif (tlie .-'liul;ia:l in a t ex rci'i a wise economy.
lh-I.' l'ho-pi'tie (,oIIi.ny. ." whi'li l'he-.- splendid points were all in
\Mr. .Al -,ol i-- t~ i...A\lit-ri.:an it nt. Ni" \Ir-. It ullohk's favor, and through
S-.ihi!lOani uill i uI Iail 1 ill is .lVouWi- pr.isperity and adversity made her
Sl.V f .r :- \. :ir id A ill I ., ve liii ri* <, houie a heaven and her influence in
tI. atll-.iir- ,f the ',tnilljp;tlny, *tidl M. the community a benediction.
Al- .11 ill :lv. a y-.r'- l.'atv'' of :I- M:ain is strong, but there are times
-,t'.. whe lihe needs the tender touch of
Mr. \V. .1. 4 liiirt.-i. wlio-t ,'ard wlwomantt's sympathy and encourage-
hIt- i t i.i l-f'it our p01',1 for .-ev.'ral m-nt, and the white mantleof charity
.*' k-. .point- to his record in the low- to cover his. error.
er Iluse-, :- a r'a,'Ion for tuttidficle '1itie strongest mian, the stoutest lie ill *I, It- ,lity iii the 'dtate heart, thlie birainiest intellect, cannot
-.,'imtE. M I. "- fl 4it'1 inI our rgion'i long t.itiure a bad domestic influence.
are u ii, :l it w ill r ,iuirc i.I-'lihg I Man delights in activity and enter-
o' lIt,' f ii' oppotltIentt to g,-t axi pri-e; hlie likes the applause of his fel-
.v \-,-i !irt f our p'oiple's votes. We !w-S. but needs in the home tranquil-
lhear rizwir- that lie will haive ti.oie ity, contentlment and a tolerant and
ioppoitioii,. aIi our popltIle will Ie loving heart.
gl:al to kLnolw Iltrouli the New--Letter In the evere conflicts with the world

The Fraternal Unlen.
A large gathering assembled at Ma-
sonic Hall Friday night at the enter-
tainment given by the Fraternal
Union of America
The rain in the afternoon modified
the heat and made the evening very
The program as already published
in this paper, with a few changes, was
delightfully rendered, and delicious
refreshments were served.
The entertainment was voted one of
the most pleasant the lodge has yet
Aa Approaehesr Marriage.


Whenever you have anyth in,, in I0ur
line requiring instant ar.d delicat,.
attention, give it to u-.


be won as a soldier and a civilian-
climbing from a private to the exalted
rank of a general in the army; from a
private citizen to a member of con-
gress like the misfortune that befell
many of us'-lie found as age was en-
croaching upon him all of his earthly
possessions swept away in one night.
Able to draw his cheek for $50,0 onoe
day, the next day unable to buy a
hickory shirt.
In this dark hour of adversity his
wife-cheerily and uncomplainingly,
as when a bride-again took up the
heavy burdensof life at the cook-stove
and the tub.
Has the Bible exaggerated the state-
ment when it says that-
"A virtuous woman is a crown to her hus-
band. '"her price iq far abeve rubtes."
A Firemans Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although
every joint ached and every nerve was
racked with pain," writes C. W. Bell-
amy, a kloomotive fireman, of Bur-
liugton, Iowa, "I was weak and pale,
without any appetite and all run
down. As I was about to give up, I
got a bottle of Electric Bitters and,
after taking it, 1 felt as well as I ever
did in my life." Weak sickly run
down people always gain new life,
strength and vigor from their use.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed
by the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
Price 50 cents. 2
Death of L. J. eodero.
We know the readers of this paper
will be pained to learn of the death of
the above named gentleman which
occurred some days ago at his home in
Havana. The cause of his death was
Ithe rupture of a blood vessel, and it
was very sudden.
Mr. Medero wis a very ardent sym-
pathizer of the Cuban revolution and
sustained serious losses by the Span-
iards capturing his plantation, de-
stroying his sugar cane machinery
and other property.
At the time Mr. Medero was in this
country and made his home in Ocala
and made many warm friends while
here. Immediately after the termin-
stion of the war he returned to Cuba.
He was an uncle of Miss (isneroo,
who was the heroine of the war, and
she visited him in thi- city shortly
after her marriage to ('arlos Carbo-
nele, who was on tUeneral Fitzhugh
Lee's staff.
Mr. Medero leaves a wife and twelve
children, one of whom was born in
this city.

Cures Wheno Doctors Fail.
Mrs. Frank Chaisson, Patterson, La.,
writes June 8, 1901: "I had malaria
fever in very bad form, was under
treatment by doctors, but as soon as I
stopped taking their medicine the
fever would return. I used a sample
bottle of Herbine, found it helped me.
Then bought two bottles, which com-
pletely cured me. I feel grateful to
you for furnishing such a splendid
medicine, and can honestly recom-
mend it to those suffering from ma-
laria, as it will surely cure them."
Herbmne, 50c bottle at the Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. m


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Ocala Meat Packing Establishment.
Mr. Simon Benjamin. one of the
proprietors of the ()cala iq-*- factory
and meat packing estallishmeAnt.
came in Monday afternoon from At-
lanta and will remain in Oc4la nearly
all summer.
The object of his return is to super-
intend the extensive Luild'ngs and re--
pairs that the firm will eree.t f,)r the
purpose of conducting a more extn-
sive meat parking establishment.
The members of this firm are san-
guine of success and have sold out
their ice manufacturing business in
Atlanta and intend to consolidate the
business in Ocala on a larger scale.
They intend to manufacture every
thing in the meat packing business.
and the enterprise means a great deal
for Ocala and will accelerate the stq.,,k
business, which is now being laid on
what seems to be a substantial and
which is certainly an encouraging
Says He Was Tortured.
"I suffered such pain from corn I!
could hardly walk," writes H. Rob,-
inson, Hillsborough, Ills., but Buck-
len's Arnica Salve completely cured
them." Acts like magic on sprain-,
bruises, cuts, sores, scalds, lurns, ul-
cers, boils. Perfect healer of skin
diseases and piles. Cure guaranteed
by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 25c. :
Whist Club Entertained.
Mrs. David S. VWoodrow entertained
the Young Ladies' Whist club v-ry
prettily last Friday afternoon. Pro-
gressive whist was played on the
Refreshments were served 1by the
hostess, assisted by ner cousin, Mr
A. H. Birdsey.
There were fourteen guests present
and the afternoon was pleasantly
spent. The club prize, an Indiatn
plaque, was won by Miss Meta Jewett,
and the visitors' prize, a wedgewood
plaque, went to Miss Violet Harris.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Four-
teen Years of Suffering.
"I have been afflicted with sciatic
rheumatism for fourteen years," says
Josh Edgar, of Germantown, Cal.
"I was able to be around, but con-
stantly suffered. I tried everything I
could hear of and at last was told to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which
I did and was immediately relieved
and in a short time cured, and I am
happy to say it has not since re-
turned." Why not use this linirment
and get well?" It i for sale by the
Anti-Monopoly drug store, m

To Cure a Celd in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
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if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-.
nature is on each box. 25'e.

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with hier .inators.

Divinelove i-a ,aertl Al|lw.r. wli
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this i-'a o o6 the year to estaltishl
eeli-IuMO 4y t on ilti.ef.

The ouly mian who ,'an give away
million o(if dollars every day in tl
year and still have soiAiethilig le
live- in the I suited States.

Tom Sawyer, well known in Flo
ida literary circle-, in the last issue
the Hillsboro Press says lie is not sur
who represents Tennessee in th
United States senate, and this Ulo,
the heels of the delivery of one of th
most interesting speeches of the epoe
by Senator < :armack.

Benjamin Franklin said: "Thin
what you do when you run in deb
Vou give to another power over you
liberty. If you cannot pay at th
time, you will be ashamed to see you
creditor. You will be in fear whe
you peak to him. You will mak
poor, pitiful, sneaking excuses, an
by degrees come to lose your veracit
and sink into base. downright lying.

Speaking of one's right to express
his opinions freely, John Stuart Mil
ounce aid that were an opinion a per
sonal poisesion of no value except t
the owner; if to tbe obstructed in th
enjoyment of it were simply a private
injury, it would make some difference
whether the injury was inflicted only
on a few persons or on many. IBu
the peculiar evil of silencing the ex
premaion of an opinion is that it i;
robbing the human race-; pIterity a
well as the existing generation; thosa
who dissent from the opinion still
Ignore than those who hold it. If the
loptinion is right, they are deprived of
the o.a portunity of exchanging error
for truth; if wrong, they lose what is
almost as great a tneflt-the clearer
peI-option and livelier impression o;
truth prduved by its collision with:

When the wall is out of plumb the
l'uildnug is more or less unsafe, and the
higher the wall is carried out of the per-
p-n'lacular the greater the danger of col-
Iapse. It's about so with the health; it
3s out of plumb when the digestion is
impaired, w h en
tht-re is a dull,
sluggish feeling,
with nervousness,
imrrtability and _

lee plessness.
Every day that
these symptoms
are neglected in-
creass the liabil-
Ity to physical
cO lIlapse .
lDr. Pierce's
Golden Medical
liahcoverv cures
diseases of the A
stomach and other
organs of diges-
tion and nutrition.
It puntties the blood and cures nervous-
mess. irritability and sleeplessness by
curing the diseases in which they





of his creation, and as hlona as mloniop-
oly and coivncenitrtion go on the hard-
er and harder will become Ihe- lot of
the toiling muillionis.
That these tconlditionl exit t two,
thousiid l yeais after Christ'-. Ceouing
does not speak well for thti-. who are.
supposed to le His mi-lioualiefs. lnd
if the -hurch had set about a- re,,o-
lutely in rectifying tieli,'- rm,'ile :i- it
has in ere. ting creeds and et-t;iali-h
ing a theology, we believe thalit a if-
feren-t state of atair- would loni -ile.
have beeli ushered ill, anii d e ieli ive
It llt we ,would noth w b,'e near..',r t' it 1v-
ing in this world the l'' lKilnia l 'ii of
Ileaven,"' and ll ~-Ie elie-ve tl(at :all tha -i'
Stings will come'i" i tili'e.
i Some tilt. ti before e lit i iuth 'ih:rit-
MacKVy wrot e thest'e lil s:

ie to siare. ,t ".
n There i- as ploutiful provi-ion of n,., i,; ...,. :
he temnlloal things a- there iI oof spiritual
h things. There is as nuch provided "THE POOR YE HAVE ALWAYS WITH
for tile wants otf the lody as for tlihe ,
wants of the soul.
k .A writer in a rali>
If < o "I temperss ithe wind to the
t. argues 1 w itli :ipp ini nti : r' : 1 '
shorn lamb" and "notes the sparrow's
ir ( fall," whl should we believe Him
e that thav. -h-tll evtaer 1rn .11
merciless and deaf to the rv of tlhe
ir to prev dt thl e ( it r m .ii IW o
weak and destitute "made afler lli.-
n w i i e a stale ito ul i4-.V l .th'l /i'.' '"i- ii-
e own inifce"?
e throlv.
When man reaches his full statue,
d The w r i l" r -;ai\ it is a i. ..'.'.: i
morally and intellectually--when, lie
becomie- what (.od intends tie shall tI I II-,I ,4 ,,iItW,t %! -
'" w itlh I it n ,r ,-r to ;n\\.w t ,t: II ni
become. \hen thle "Kingdlom of Heuav-
tival't' m lael lro< >eii ll foir chli -trit: c.
-s en" shall come upjon the earth, antd l
Irhat wayv ,,t looking "it I' i- ,n l
II want and the fear of want simatli no
liar witli with iti itor\' o! !i, t.n\-
- longer he felt.parith~. rv
throwing rocks' at (lite fre >- ii fir ii-
o If this belief is to lie an iridescenit it h ll : lt ll-iat.te t i ,
e dream, then the prayer, "T-hy kinig- Iut s i litt I'illii l .- r-.
e donm comee" is worse than "s.ouidiniig V.. isake th l ,illitwOit ,I,:uiti, ii"
e brass and tinkling eymlital,o." ma a l .ei,,.l I, ', h,,
y There is as much albunldaince in the .uh iawore tha it is if tha-er1. t,
t hidden resources of the earih to supply no ipity, noI ionlii)irat.i.i ll of othetI-'
. man's every physical want as there is woes in iour heart-. The flivii,- "ii tuonowi
s air enough for him toi breathe and tiIlds devel oeil.ilnt in t-ll iin r..p.,rtion
s water enough for him to drink. s we ca-t tit elf t::,l i ye i 'e t,,
tlie inte-'ests of iour n i' thl.or. .\Ail
e Because some have an ablundanie ihat'.s se potent toi lr.l. X!t!. 4ii thile
I and others have not a bar. sulbsist- contelnilatio'of :lithe -iileiiri,.' "t.l
e enee is not for the lack of Divine wis- privation, f lt* ti- r.
f don-is loot because enough has not "Itiitacid t'.en otf te':rld'iil> li.' l..,r
-iss anll i il iixi-4l e'Vil il tIle i r#ini\ of
r been provided, but is because (jod's .i,4i1,-,l 10 i ll.V ,te
( :ril" 4-u0i>\ rIa tItit, let 1- :i ,".'e, t tile
Q righteousni-- hlas not been fully es.- trie, c.,,ilid-id t, l lv ,- lithe Divinle
r tallisled, .: d is because His pu3irplo ses iverni tili --; ,,ilrI-lve to tlit w rk
f have I e#.ten lcontravened anld set as.-ide (of< 'liri-liat!i ei;;:iit( "' v i!l -lii-.e-1t .i-,
S ly human enactments. wilt, Ih II --lil. Illoat VW'.-h d :1-,f
.gaill ill it iI'_f er Ilis .rt. rl o. tI" < 'lri--
Christ vomning into the world was
t ian grace-.
not for tihe tourlose of establlishli iig a t'lle let i-s a.v.ept th' tr-l ii- with
theology-it was notl for the purpose thanikfulies .-1 and l;aor lo ciltivit,.
of creating and erecting creeds, but a ll, foster s -ieti.niii i. :o a I':l,.n
the great purpose of H is coning brotherhood et -twe. thi1 lh rih.l al nl
p,)oor, aitl feel thltt rle m cth at < n
was to foreshadow and 1lmake poorake t lie i. t atl 't, lh iv' h
Iliake til- l11. h, n:il ,il 1i1. ,r Io, 0 ;i,'ll
real the "Fatherhood of 4 tl1 ami l te otherr will limake lilte ,,i lii.r
Brotherhood of Man.' than it h:- IP, een hn imnil f.-Il.'
lie a love for tlie children of rmen aniong deliewe eniiuii was e'-rea' ed fir all ;Iail
the lowly, by putting himself in touch an aburiiance to paire, amil if II- i
with their sorrows anid puttingoi His beiiefleient pluripose,- wer ot nitr.-
shoulders their burdenmi. vened by a few itiiin ,,,,r'm Ithieat i
He came to dignify labor tly work- their share lhroughli th' i. ii.-tii..nllt iof
ing at the earletiler's Ienlich and se- laws in-piredl by rei-d *s-li-ll'i.e-.
leetiai a- His associates and disicileos there would 1i- ivii need f, r .: si ile 1
lain mell fillowinig plain avocationsl living creature to -e dlepa-ionoi.I, pill
Now if it lie true that lid created the charity of another.
the world for all and with enough for The pliryer, *" lhy kiflgloin ,eo lil. 1
all, why--with an abundance --should imeains that ini the ltrraimt-iei.t a,,,le I
there le sutilering and want? Why distribution of should the great masses of mankind hle no neces-ity for any onmw :-kini "
in all ages and in all lands be decreed alms.
to a life of toil, be denied all comforts The argument tid tlhi -i~ oi;. of t



As the world grows older, as its flow-
ers grow richer and its fruit riper, as
the wonders of creation unfold theam-
selves, its mysteries seemu more and
more marvelous.
Joining the ends of the earth to-
* gether by delicate instruments and
sensitive wires; signalling nlessagts
for long distances without wires; look-
ing into the depths of opaque bodies;
condensing water into steam and
making it suppo!y the pliwe of beastsof
burden; harne-4ing the lightning and
making it serve the double purpose of
furnishing light and power; iManIu-
faeturing ice ina the heat of suntinuer;
, liquifying the air; arniniig the way.
farer anild the mariner of the lapprtoaclh
of rains atnd storms, aund foretelliing
the t.,nini awl the going of the
windl-, do Tiit diiliiuish lut iintensilies ,
man's admiirtiion of aio'l'is glory and j
His ulInI. lten' e
'lThe inidted, of Imiai'S toy-
ing within the faiore.s of nature, like the l
child with its playthings, and step tby
step as lie advances in intelligence
conltinuiig to vex creation iiinto reveal-
ing more' and iiuore of hier $-ecrets,
unfolling Ill reIa and imore of lit er ibeau-
ties, anwl mioret antii mre I yinim ltre
her tonditrfiil hotlties, iltre.asesi
liain's I.elif iin l o.l' l,, rft..iioi :liald
Itil tie's. j
attire lia:s li..,.iid vi Aiio h for Ill'it i
Ito ik111%o 1 hll 11 it 1 matters l 1ot how 01lnlig
(thlie w irblt i- to e-nildtlre; tllao li the
vensui of tbe poph l aIt ion of the earth
Ite taltinlat(ld iby thle billion., :a wi-e
lro' ii s madei fr all and e'iioliugh

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Parties indebted to the oldi.tirm of
Liddon &, Standley will please call on
the underitruned ard settle the samje
as all accounts have been placed by
mutual agreement in my hands for
collection. Any claims against *!aid
firm that have been overlooked will
plea-e be presented at onoe.
5 .2 4t C'. A. LjiioN.

Eggs for Hatching.
1 make a specialty of eggs for hatch-
ing from pure bred S. C. Brown Leg-
horn. i;ood hatch guaranteed. High
class Belgian Hare-. Write for price
and booklet. It. O. Connor. Ocala.
Florida. 5--tf

We take this opportunity of an-
nouncing to the farmers of this and
adjoining counties, that it is our in-
tention to add to our established ice
manufacturing business, in Ocala, a
modern, well equipped Meat Packing
Department to meet the demands of
this new enterprise, we invite the
cordial support of our farmers, we will
be in the market at the opening of the
next season to buy hogs paying cash
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Under Entire New aaaan nag nac It *III 1 .616ia.1 Hit SC.A
New Balls n oomm. it0 hemS le, '%q'; bI 1

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vc-up; alnd the clock bIy two uljid.-.
Th'-e dr'-igu i- very pretty .nd the
prt-e.-nt a mo-.t valuable one.
A very -tronug friendship has existed
Between t;eneral Bullock aud ('ol.
gre%-tijan Sparknma for more ihan
thirty ytar-, and accompanying the
,resent was a very beautiful letter
reciting the friendship that had .,O9
l,,g exist e It tweel then. aud MIr.
.:parkaitllni took tlis (orca-sot to teftfl

t, fit-tieral Bullock's- -ervi, e- t, thl
-tate atil lI h1 the -Atue were at-
ptreisated by its people.

What is the Meaning of It All?
SNever in the Lnitiry of Florida have
,,,lite- tbeel o quie.-celit a, they are
today. A spirit of getieraJ l-atif.<-
tiii or "'d-,n't aretiJt-e. ,-ealis to 1e-
.ve-rywshe-re pre-va-lent.

It now ltiok- a.- if senator Maliory
Siiil bave no ,o e n.iti: Il hih ra.e fior
tile si-niate, andi Mr. 'sparknma j nor
Mr. Davis in their race fr coiare-.
Int thi- :otuinry there are ouiy three
ca'lidate. f-o legri-lative honor-,,while
hitherto there have never been les!
thalln ix, aud the parties holding the
iriprtuatit ol(4t- o(.f treasurer, tax a,-
-t"-or arnd tax collector halve nlio op.
po-I itiinI, and no oMie is even inalieed for
the ,'l('ie of -,Lounty VmoLiisz.-iotjer
anil regi-rrit1,t a fliu err
\'ll:tt i- tihe mleas ing of it all"

You Know What You Are raking
hen yo.u take (drove's Tastele I
Chill T''oiee, becau.,e the formula is
plainly pirinteil ou every bottle, show-
in i that it i.- Simply Iron, aud qui-
ultie ill a ta-teless form No -ure, noi
jpay. .50).

No Home Is Complete
Without a .-*wintzn machitiv. Buy a
-ingei- and \out have the best. Sold
on t long ne and easy installments.
Old ima4-hine!- taken in exchagt-e.
Netdl-. ol allnd attachlmetits always
onl hand. Machiues rented \ the
Weevt or nimolth. Rlepairing neatlI
and 'quickly doni. All order- by mail
will have our prompt a:td careful at-
tention). Before purchasiniit elsewhere
call and exahmilne our FLamnily isia-
chine. It will be a plea-ure to ,-how
you that we have tile bet 1;a,'hilne on
earth; they are Simple, Strong, .-i-
lent, Speedy.

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In sending your orders &,.ways F-nl!encijh t,,c, ,e,- tr. t ,*.~
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(Written for the Ocala Banner
Sweet, softly o er the lea a breath is wafted
Rich perfumed with "China bloom and the
While from the air the lark with song ingrafted
Trilus clear its praise from heart that over-
The early morn is calm. as one juct waking
From slumber-the benuming of the night-
It'sarm extends in silence fondly taking
la the sweetness, as a lover, with delight.
Herald- with glittering spear above advancing.
Proclaim the advent of the Tord of day.
Aurora's tear-droo. glistening soft, enttancing
eoAth sight and soul. their beautcou- charm'
I'he v.htulu| receiving their tmnpetartl- shlow-
In gladness gleam., and toss their jewded
Yea. down amid the petal* of the flowers,
And in the web and arch of spiders' nests.
On grass with blades bowed down in meek
On leave- a pendant-needles of the pine
on vine- with tendrils clinging fast or %oaring
In radiant beauty-lo a- gem- they shine.
E'en on the germ. gray stone it-- .heen is
show ring.
A balm to heal or hide the wounds- ol time-
Asich.rity it' t. ihute-tears--bestowing
On nang to a -sense sublime
Aiuti I -;aai .iid the scene .o beauteous-
Mv toni.e i mn.iate thu neath. ah' al is
p. aiM.
V< a upward with my heat a-throb adoring
W'.nc worJId'-- ,lg---praycrtul. loveful essays
A tri: hty God who e glry is finite. the silent otthring 'w bring-
S.i, tho theyble--t pt&iscthat hath niiu limi
A:'. ththy -well the choir that in thy pi e-



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Written for the(k-ala Banuner.
She stool among them, beautiful,
fair, stately; among the throng of "de
colette" enstumed women, she their
acknowledged "queen." Those coral
lips smiled on but few, yet many hung
upon her smiles. Arms like chaste
marble, bust and throat white and soft
ascamelia petals; eyes black and en-
ticing. In the brilliantly lighted, in-i I
toxicatingly perfumed ball room none
other o fair! "Thou art all fair, my g
love, there is no spot in thee." "Thou |
hast ravishbed my heart with thine c
eyes, with one chain of thy neck."
Queen of the ball-room, all eyes art Q
upon her; fairest among women; imen c
wormhipat her shrine. Out from the 5
crowdof men |ir(se t one, brilliant, I
talented, learned. He--her favorite.
His arms are about her, her Io.sont b
Imubdug against his, and over the S
waxed floor they glide, their feet keep
tug time to the "two-step."
Yes, "thou art fair, my love, none
other tn fair." "Thy cheeks are con -
ly with rows of jewels, thy neck with h
chains of gold."
What matter if a noble form paces t
toand fro, reutleeely to and fro in the
quiet home; what matter if a man
yearns for the bride who came to him
years before; what matter if agony is n
imprinted on his fine couutensuane?
Mhe is fair-meu crowd to |ay her
homage; her favorite, her "prince" is o
beside her; the music, the jewels.
shimmering robes, the stately menS-
ure, the cadent swell of the siuous t

sweep and glide; what matter if a r
tiny form which towled so restlt-slyI re
through the hours of the early even-
ing, lies -o still and whit- in the little
eot at home? The amorous waltz e:
compenlates for all! and her prince is T
whispering such words! "Thry lips are ,)
like a thread of scarlet and thy spAeech w
Is comely; thy temples are like a pit 'e (
of pomegranite within thy lo.kI. 1
amn my beloved's and nmy lebloved is n
The carnival te ligts gone
The carnival over; the lights gone- m

out; the wife is home at last; and thb
stately form in her shimmering ro)ei
glides silently into the room-into thb
room where the man she wed sit
pondering over the past.
The bright-robed figure stands ei
lent, cold, stricken dumb by an awfu
Daylight, young and faint, lighted
the apartment. On a cot rested ;
tiny form, one waxen hand resting
still-ly on her breast, the other clas ,e<
by the hand of the father; two eye"
wee ,l.ted, tile dark lashes gentle
resting on the lily cheeks; from tle
tween th- pIarted lips came no breath
no sigh- i child asleep, sleeping hII
last, Ion,, dreaniless sleepl' "T"h- sil
ver cord is looked, the golden Ihowl i:
broken at tihe fountain, and the sou
has returned to the (,od who gave it.'
A voice breaks upon the awful si-
lence: "You are home frol the dance
'Twas a carnival, in truth, I frow! alid
you the queen, miy love? You drainttd
the cup of sweets to the dretv, i-u
doubt. Did you meet your favorite
there? Yes? He called you fsir as thie
rose you wore; ha! ha t what did lie
liken th )se ruly lips, to 1eetlar, rich,
red wine? Your jewels fla- iii Ihli-
soft, pal- light, did they ulaizle your
lover's eye-.? and ithos l-ietieliful arni,-!
once I felt their chlai !! lha, ha 1
This eveintar I -It Iy ,, r child a n i
watched hl,-r fall a:leep. Shi ~ ill
wake never nmre-no earn ival 1Ihall
take her aw:ty frioim i Itiaink I.odl.
she at le:,st i- inAii[ ."
A ha'i'l 4-l-ped lir throat, hI-i
swan-like thrlir it: a .lhokini, 4-ry, :a
convulsiv, twitch. .Sh k wat dteNil !
and th tianiie kL-|it silenit watch i
over his dead.
Will fludu the moral in mny sinll-l
Might Was Her Terror.
"I w. uld 'ioughl nearly ali night
long," writes Mrs. ('has. Applegate, of
Alexan iria, Ind., "aniid could hardly
get any sleep. I had conilsulmptio -i
bad tha' if I walked a blc.k I woui!d
oughh frightfully and slit i.ood, Ibut,
when all other medicines failed, three
?l.ool bottles of Dr. King's New Dis-
eovery wholly cured me and I gained
5 pounds." It is absolutely guaran-
eed to -ure colds, coughs, la grippe,
,ronchitis and all throat and lung
roubles. Price 50k and $l.Al. Trial
bottles free at Anti-Monopoly D)rug
Store. 2
Democratic Club Meeting.
Pursuant to the call of t ommittee-
ian N. M. Allred, the DI)emnocratice
"lub of this precinct mnet at thie court
house at noon Saturday.
Mr. Allred explained tlihe olbject of
hie gathering, and said that a reor-
anizition and election of new othicerrs
ere necessary.
General lidtert Hullo-.k was una'ii-
iously elected presidnt, Mr. \. W.
lyatt secretary and Mr. l. \V. D)t-
is member of thie countyy exe'uti've
4 general Bullhok in assuming the
hair gave some initere-ting history of
ie early settlement of O(cala a"d

-eminiscenles of elections in the
eeonstruction era.

We enter a second announcement of
anditlacy this week, that of iE.' '.
hagard. Mr. Thagard, it seems, has
uly to let the people know of his1
willingness to serve in order to be
hiosen for the service. His conduct
f the collector's office has been emi-
ently satisfact )ry.--Belleview News
The New York World says that Ad-
airal Satmpison died heart-broken.

The liniment bottle and flannel strip are
familiar objects in nearly every household.
They are the weapons that have been used for
generations to fight old Rheumatism, and are -
about as effective in the battle with this giant 3 -
disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers
would be in modern warfare.
RhW-m ti-,n is caused by an acid, sour
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Harvie Jordan in Atlanta Journal.

'I he future of our country, and ii
deed all countries, depends large
upon the country loy. The know
edge of this fact should present tI
higilest incenltiv'e (to e'Vey ia11t llI
gaged illn agricutllnae t(o mii1i1ul t1l
,-haracter of his boys iuponi a s!:ilidI;r
which will tend to elevate their liv,
above the -coolliilonl standislard whis-
actuates tlie utr-liiiary individual i
the ranklsk if .ommierial activity. ('.i
tivate tlhe t ill-t, elevate tile staaUd; r
of morale Iy 1liildlinig lut a .ii:trat'
whieih i-a iure all -trllong enough t
resi-(t evil intlitires froni ally sOUI '
Teach the country Ih,,y (ri','n the lda ti
ing of hi, intellectual faculhtls ti:tA
right ituti ju-tie'e should prevail :t
every hazard. That mn rali(y is a ir
tue as essential to a It iglh ,lses ,f IlII
hiood a- is hioiesty of purrpo'e or in
teglity of hefiit Thle f'lther shloil
presently e t liye ltly tlyhe tpe of ii'ii

tilat fatheI's t.: hin '. T'I'he iiipr,-s
itli- o4f Mi. lllll W' ill et I l I ,-[i t., ii | inI l t
avt- :i44 1 1,iii g', of IIw %;:. 11 % li-iln it
Ie.y dlev.l- i' i t ia' 'eib ii l. I t li
ch:lta 'l-mT s l ih.. !.>\ I. l-iselilt'.1 l 1I
\', e il t- l e' i-s y ,,iv III I -i iiitl l .11 '- % ili l fe-lt illn w Itl:ltv- .r , ,A l ,f lif,. I. I
f till i rtfr. r Ill:t V I." ftiti '- 't i t ,. I s
rf -tni Ill. eI litl'.tf; f *:lll l l] | lre h- :l ; I
c:t il sturl ce ill li *- :,. ;fI i i," Il'I]
w llo w% r- )1. t ii11 i i l ,,I ,n :l1
thingl- else.
'ie a li l ,i It ,. Ir.'e. I .:t1 li lii-
tiinlly in tih,' -IlII-hi "I i'0 i ,ow n 4r. -
atioll ands e j > % -i I" Ill'"- ill-. I i.t -
ings whlicl'i :I .' -1,1,\4. ii, ipisoil aIl Ull-
defiled co'ii-t'i *, HeI" \ iil .# li!:ppyY
in I1h-e cf' l- ii l' -- .. : ,' t aii ng i ut
justice to, Ili- i .i i. l : .'et l .- w ill
lie deter.h i llI -dt i'l :. I kl.. j I .- 'e :tilI
fairline-us fr l i !i h lilt. t li inll
lie tl ulifuh ;t .' ,; ;I'tolt'. I,'l t lilt
young ,lll Ill I li e I'lly :!n i,"r-:..qI \ IiltI
lie ilniIorlta( t I tI f lt tL il -i ; r
mlakes the manti, a;tll at 'lnire of its
,rotper allppr. ti. iim tr d ovel.I liirnt
by thit inldivi luil mil k '% tlh- pig.ymy,
which is thle uSi tlltet ;'an l l'-at imi-
ilmportant of :tnyi tl (iloid'- cr'atiois.

For Those Who Live on Farms.
.Dr. hlergini, Palina, Ill., write-: "I
have used I,llbr II d's Sn4ow Liniilnlit;
always recommenlit it to lmy friends,
as I antm coililten-it that there is- no
better made. It is a dandy for burns."
Those who live on farms are especially
liable to many a idenltal cuts, l imrns
and bruist--, which heal rapidly when
Ballard's Snow l.iimienit is applied.
It shoiilt always Ih. kept in thile house
for cases of eiesrgency. w., iaiind
SI .lw at Anti-Monopioly I rug Store.


I'itsr l of i r ilat:l e i excliaigs iare
makiig a lilight on thie above named
distin ui-li i jiri t lhe-ais-e hlie -ilp-
piorteid ai'ilmer: and iiHuckneii-r iii I sG.
The Ohala Banner is not tlie special
*chalmpion of Ju'lge W'all, .'yet it feels
that the war mide oni him is not fair,
forl .Juige Wall !iA what few men
wiho acted with him iln that campaign
had tlie manihoosd to do-lie maidet an
open conlifessin of ihis errori anid rean-
nililnced his allegiance to the[ organ-
ized democracy.
I under date of ( l.tober 14, 1S9S.. aind
under tlie caption of "Nohle Joe
Wall," here is what thile Ocala Baiuer
said of Judge Wall's Ilrave and manly
"In a stirring and imosi)t elos1losent
address delivered recently at Plant
City, I generall Joe W'all made anill oipeni
confession amid repentance of ihis -iiis,
stid returned to the faith iof his fmti:,.rs
asid was reltapltize- at the fuiit oft
ltare democracy. The incident is a
very happy and iii'iriln o4ne-.
"It will be rei -teitred tha-tt (I.-ier-
il Wall was a Ipres identiial el-tctor oni
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\\e mliri-t p -uhl l nli e wo,'ll of r+
iv't! \'" :* 1 'i r not l *.c o .e too ,lo\ I
I t I II- l i I \ (I i l ie l I \\I I l
I o',-' iu t g lie jii-t a- heari t ly lih
I 1 of e\ y mal !o -l- ranKs
1 i m-c in lin i ivc L-s :ope at h in
pii:ttio.. I hl is- l- awaty \\l ill a 'ni
iilii",l | --if m i-lll. WV f II we r ,n, nll
t- I (is tl i1 t1 li et J: t- c"tl aii-laai. not
witlhslandiiig all the 1de al, ..l1< ry inl
ey ,i ialsl Ir.inel.'e Ir. 1;ir', i : I .0ivM' ,
\ix i tiliioii li' ve iu( ieli'ed liill-alle
\' ->t -, \t f n.-iii-lt i t (it -pji ir oft Ilhe re
l.l.lI,' ,r" i -I f Ili ull ,ll of tlie i ItV i 0o
,.r.,' r party
"WVe do ho1t birlieve Ithat ioit1es \-al[
-nmil itaiue to ,ili I, ,oia i l. e ai sw rr
r tI-t (lie oeit ,i)-ie li ,, -t I I liat a iily of
tile Amerianll people.
"\ are hliopeflll 't (lie rIetiull. alwrI
ho|Ipetiui oit (he deniocrati,' partly.
"( enlieral Wall's repelntalnce and ie
turn, tlie catindor and ii.leliess allnd
inispirationll ot his conduct atal l exami-
pile, tile sw epiji g victor, ry illn < i:e,
thie deiiociatic gain- aiind r pultliciii
los-es in Matine and Vermont, tlie ex-
jpi-oilre of thhe hy1pi.orisy ,of thi, New
York dernlocra.y, are all hopeful -igin-i,
and we heiieve's ioilnt to a Iatituiali
democratic victory.
"When we learn, as \%e hayiv nowi
done, to no longer place New Yi'ork as
a pivotal st.te, or even in llie ldeo-
cratic -itolumn the better it i- for the
party and thlie more li.,ieful its (out-
"New York lias been too long it
Jonah to the ds-emocratic party, and
should long sillne havi l'eell to,-e-d
oiverhoard aind into till sea.
i It u of i hi- load o)f bypocrisy saiid
corruption, this great itiltins a:ti iout
its neck, really always to -traiigl.e it
when opportunity ofl-ers, \we I-li.-eve
the denlocratic Ship will right it-.lf
and sail over smooth seeas ilinto a tii-
uniphant harbor.
"The signs, at least, are propiiouils,
and the gallhering inds aire blowing
briskly from all directions.
"We believe that iiotiiini. can lilock
the way to Bryan and oI .le Whlieel-
er'.s triumplihant march tol the while
"']hleir tramp in that tdirectioi is
sweet music ill tlhe ears of thile lnatiton.
"Plopulists gold demo.aats! joini uli
and let's make their election \t ry
nearly unanimous.
"*Follow general l Joe Wall's exalli.
ple and let's make 190I4 a year of deI-l-
ocratic jubilee!"






A Pies fc'

C i. '- a a $ i a I ,

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liveillsseit le 'lIt~ I

'"Te T~aispa Tinmes' c: 'reii -dn'
*ay:- there is i't donI t .)f the siu' -.ity
of the repentance id tlie genuine
welcome accords .,,in in making his
eloquent coufe .ou waR a scene of iin-
generalal Wall has set an example
for honest democrats to, follow. Full
and free forgiveness always followss
cuNft-ssion and true repent s lie. TIhe
latch-string hangs on the iouilside of
the entialnce of the detinoiratiri hosii-
holI, f ri thle It-lf1t of all s.1,'lI I,, li-
gals. For them tli lt fatted call i-t .Ilain:
and thile chief Seals at tabl.l are' re-
served. We aire glad that t-eineral
Wall was givell atll (lelt-llt welouiaSe.
\ e wait iiisr- ci s fe--.i'.,ll r mor e I'-
pelltancel-s llas Ilimor 11 e lli'es. We
want a great tii iw raltii- revival. We
want ilt d,(osrq s thli4,o Vln I iaii feur lite rte-
turi 'L of i" th |<>llhl-stl- :inll gdhi densiiI,
'ral-. We want (lie popullits o t Flr.
ida to return to the (deli-ratic l'i-''*-
hl-Id like tilt y recently did in liteor;la
undl are going tsoi 4 t" do ill Northl
C'arolilna. l'dlitial e lealiine-s, politi-
'cal refirmiii in, political regeinea'.
lionl), i- lteded, aili we ielleve cantll
onlly liee -*.nr-ed through the party
foundia I ,y I .i tteruii, and iwhic.h -6ill
auchors~ t (t. principile-- aill faith of
it- fioulsle i .

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t;" t.'! aitlfilj'I1iteittto the Vahlidty'
44 ~' I,-, '~ I-/I tait. sII 114itftI h-' cotitiiittee
ar -v'ii -eti'iI I\-ei-eily 4 the 'ari-
aaa il~t ~1 off thll.a-utIity, aHIM If

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Club Meeting at Martel.
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Rome (Ga.i Daily Reccrd.

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25th appeared a very complilientary
article of Mr. Syd L. Carter which we
think needs a little correcting, as it
may mislead the voter. We are cred-
itably informed from the foreman of
the grand jury that they signed this
article at Mr. Carter's request, stating
that he knew of no other candidate in
thie field and that if lie lost his fat job
lie would be ruined, as lie wculd be
turned out on the world without any-
thliin. He must have forgotten ahout
his large diary and one of the largest
farms in Alachua county. Since this
article was signed by the grand jury
of Putinam county, they have learned
of Mr. Neil M. Allred's candidacy and
we understand that a nimjoity ,of the
jury have already promised to support
Mr. Allred, teeth, eyes and toe nails,
so you -ee how easy it is to play a trick
at the proper time. We must remem-
ber that there are other pebbles on


One Country Campbell Com-

ptete Press, tapeless delivery.

table distribution. :33 x 4 bed

cost 81800.

One Geo. P. Gordon Jolbber.

size 9 x 13. two sets roller stocks

fourchases. throw-off and teamn


Harvesting Machinery Ever Made in
This Territory.
Saturday afternoon a most unusual:
sight met the gaze of every passer on
Broad street, in the neighborhood of
the Griffin Hardware Co.
There were 46 farmers' wagons in
frout of this place at one time. No
one coul-l imagine the cause until Mr.
J. II. Manners heLded a corps of men
and loaded these wagons with 75
Deering mowers and rakes.
This speaks much for the "Deering
Harvesting Machinery."
The Griftin Hardware Co. are doing
an enormous business in this line.
During Saturday they also delivered
30 Planet Jr. Cultivators. Mr. Charles
Wainright, of Philadelphia, who rep-
resents the manufacturers, is here and
w ill remain several days delivering
the large numblier *)f orders taken
tiirough the Gritlin Hardware Co.
Saturday marked the largest one
ilay delivery of harvesting machinery
ever made .y -iiy hardware concern
iu tIIs section.
Photographs were taken of the store
anil Wtatonls as they stood loaded.
Mr. Manners is very much gratified
Sixth his sales this year and remarked
while loading the wagons: "The Deer-
intg again king of the field."
Home is proud of her many progres-
sive firms, and the Record has statedd
before that Rome should be the cen-
tral distributing point for northwest
These are the same make of mowers,
reapers, binders and rakes that Hub.
bard & Me.Dufl, of Ocala, are agents
for and have been selling so many of
and pleading every purchaser.
All Deering mac h inesa re guaranteed
to give satisfaction, being lighter and
le:s numilber of pieces to get out of
repair, and are superior to all other

< all and inspect these mowers. It
will soon be hay-making time. Hub-
,ard A- M, )uff, Agents, O)ala, Fla.


Stirring events are transpiring in
our village these fine days.
Demo rats met lasi Saturday pursu-
ant to a call and organized a club.
Hon. M. L. Payne was unaLimously
de-.lartd county vommitteeman from
this precinct. E. S. Smith was elected
to perform on the trapeze, or a Santos-
Diumont airship, as occasion t.fers.
The ice cream, strawberry and cake

festival for the benefit of the Baptist

lchrch last Tue.uday evening was a
notable success.
.tlltir dlew a1liu)p, We e-weth thee
Kissouui luvetl dal again.
For our cukes :ire looking -tt-dy
"iunc thi last few drop. of iauu
And ainn lebtn- --ohl pity, Buo~t lU
rinknk, the while, but hoping ou
That your mii'sture will pierce them
(;c. title dew drops please come downu.

World Wide Reputation.
White's ('reami Vermifuge has
achieved a world wide reputation
as being the best of all worm de-
stroyers, and for its louic influence on
weak and untthrifty children, as it
neutralizes the acidity of sourness of
the stomach, improves their digestion,
and assimilation of food, strengthens
their nervous system and restores
them to the health,vigor and elasticity
of spirits natural to childihood. 2..c at
Anti.Monopoldy Druw Store. m

Not All the Oats for Carter.
In the isue of the Times of April


Do not I i1 1 '. ti- \% )to nil-
Ver; i-e a: -" i!.'* "' .,.-.., ine for
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te li-.,it 1 1 i 1 illr i a "; iV fi. tir

The "'',l 1. ;* i', ,,, I i It n, .tih or
Wel'kli4-s of .in .'l: i i'i -. Th.
Double I'etii *4 .4'1..a 'I -. t1 oilf hr
ltrotllh"0f; p4iji'-. n;l, ,' .-l. Uili Hlie
WIll'Itflriti-D iiA,:lt- II I aV, w .4't 2a '>iggllt
the be't t eo' ii ,' 1 '.1 iin,' l, luiv.

Wlite torCIiRCULA i"--,hi.,

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For Sale.
One ten-ftot double farm roller, illn-
despensible on truck farm. 4 out 'l,.
Price 20). Three second-hand six-foot
Acme Harrows, $i. One l.;x.-4 foot
canvas tent, used but one ilmonlith pho14-
pate prospecting. I'ost $z.. Price $;;o.
One Buckeye stump puller, very Ipow-
erful. 4 'lears two acres at onet getting.
Cost $145. Price $5*1 C'. W. Fox,
Fruitland Park, Fla. 19

Plant roses now. Nic- variety at
the Greenhouse. l.2tf


To Whom it may concern
D. IQ02. I wiil apply to Hion. RobertI Bullock.
County Judge of Marion county. Floridal Ir ait
order granting me as guardian of John Ii.
Hopkins and Edward Hotustoun IIHoLkin-
minois, authority to sell their two-thir.Ts inter-
est in all that piece or parcel of landt in -FtK!
county, known and described as follow%
Commencing at southwest corner ..t the ltr
phen Fernandez grant, th-nce running smth ow
degree% 4S minutes east 21 -!-:," chain- th. ,itn
north 35 degrees 30 minutes t-ast '4 -i
chains, thence to point of commnle-nt t nlit
thence running north 44 degree 1- t minute-
West To 31 l oochains, thence north -. ldeg '''
minutes, e 22)-:o 0chalin. thence- south 4.t '1I
greens 4r minutes. east 15 i.x) cl:s. thence s~4ith
I- degrees 30 minutes, west iI S-I(, chain- tI
place of beginning, all in township 13 month. .tf
range 21 east. and containing 2. ,-. i. act ;ref.
Such application will lie made anl I pr-t.- pr.
rented at the office of said county jiil. it,
Ocala, Fla., at 10o'clock a ni or as xn tht-r,
after as the same can be heard
HATTII. K. HOI'KIN'S e.ii.rh.liti
Sf John I. and Edward Houistoun Hpllk'n-
Jno G. Reardon. Counsel for '


Hargrave%. purchaser of* Tax Ce-'rtit..,l,
No. uis dated the 3rd dlayof A Ii :-'
has tiled said certificate Ill my office. a;iI hI.'
made application for tax deed to itsie in a.,-c- ,
atice law. Said certificate embrct three t-
lowiag described property situat,, it Mar.i,,
county. Florida, to-wit s.1, o! nw4'. '< .-, t;
is. r iS.1
"The said land being assessed at thl latle .,f th,-
issuance of such certificate in the, namite- u*i
ktiown. Unless said certificate sha!l l.e redletm-
ed according to law, tax deed will issut- the rt,'.
on the 14th day of June A. D i).c2.
Witness my ofcial -ignatu-e anld e.l t: -
the 6th day,of May, A. D. :!ao2
(Seal) S T. SI'TRI NK
Clerk Circuit Court of Marian Caaatilt


S aud by virtue ot tie liu;al by the Honarahle Janica W. Ju,!' ,,
the Circuit Court of the United Stalts. ,anihe rnt
District of Florida, in chancery, on the i-lt *'av
of April A. D 1x,2.. in a certain cause th, r' ;n
pending wherein St .AN W. ELDKi-E e- rte.
cutrix and administratrix of MARIA E.lkit-.I'
deceased, is complainant and THE CARMI
CHAEL & SON COMPANY, a corporation ar-
anized and existing under and by virtue ot the
faws of Florida. et al. are defendants. I. the un

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chases. cases, ea.e stanl,-. et

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"Rebeold the candidate' Hie comelth a ____ ,__ __.
up like a flower and retireth from their. 1 7 --
rae. tu.,ted. Hi. frie-nds till him with h alnt- atmuowspi.*-re. He swell- -
v'ii hik, a t.iad h mid 'alleti the t ths Hi. -.sai let l tr e iall tan,,I kiud
1.- 'i .-t ai al t *l .4ilh slie.'- B RO & BRO

,e~ .. i,- ,le *-tli" i I li.,,-vn t
w ti- i ni.- t-tlh a prea h er, and as he l
.v. i him in pion -tons 1 Sotisfoctio Guarn- Dlivied to Your Place
-ta l'-th to lward and ciurieth his teed on Every Barrel From the Mills

rtett.h i tlr a d utoirhe b tit. He _J(oeth_-_
h alti, a *-t \ I ,ri tlet h d hiirt < ld feet'. lHe -
fit-. 1.41 1'16. -a X11Isiketih f.rti: WHOLESAT,Ii DEALERS IN

i-l isai It.l I* t .1t iliw t ,ich. lietl r- '

I L o i 1.1 Il -h u .* llda lee.- i ll h-

h < tl ti < i h m. : h14 ii eth,41 -1-
ftf ite; he u. ie.4de th a S s *ll -
k.*f l i.e atiti a large kep tiitite-. l he ^ \4l7
i""lde-t u"."hi- -.ui(taDt<. with ale.tar- 40 h at evr doll.aryo spend
*-lit ala t y. After the e-lAion li. 110-
re- wth out ehaek of the harn antd kicketh
I...amaw-If tand te xreti 0 I."e hair ati vall- Apo.--
*tit hietilta Ifotterdants fool. lie ro T o the Retail Dealer !
turiatth to Uhe lou*e avid addrewsasethli a-
hiimsef to the a ife of his, hor-om 'i: 'e- d.
bd a driveling idiot; look now u" ona -
daidr in(.let<.o d-waded dune who hath rnot ien- ting a Dollars' Worth or every dollar you spend. Whatever you may
,i I an his wife relieth 'I told You !-0" 11 I
w.hih au* imt;. gotort ;and want we can se! on ot an advantage. We are in a position to sell
drnewiueth hi-e sorrow in drink."- A
A uwswbcyHeraljd. goods as cheap as they can be bought anywhere, besides from this point

tI-- you have less freight to pay and quicker delivery. W e carry a com,
%ify *-Sl5i eriest- c i.el. t 'e. fr ntii i'. 41 -
',' ."' i..'" -'i" ii' i'.'" I- plete stock and can fill your order on short notice. All contract goods
tlea y l .y" thinl oi ilv tilrt+ mIEiltht l da
"'':':1:#,f;;;"";" '";"" 0 are sold at Factory Prices. We keep on hand a full line of Tobacco.
1 i*** of their lplumpiler-- atit l :.taoenn -
t 'I'"ll"" 'i". 'r,.( ","'" C.- Cigars and Cigarmettes:
tieh re-ise|dy Our i'dest little .is'l I
aiu.t ,all lustily for couirbi -yvrui, *,-
'" .,.,,'",,. ,,' "'-'. ,Florodoro and Sub Rosa Cigars, Old Virginia Cheroots, Sweet Caporal and Dukes'
*-aie lv Aats- Iot.iolv drug -ture. re
.--... -, Gigarettes, Dukes' Mixture, Bull Durham, Sesation, U. S. Marine and Cameo
Ib bi,-utiful **r si-- i < ( ll< 's ly, e r-- -
"'"'""''"",-".. .:":"'""'n- $ Smoiing Tobacco, Varied Assortn)ent of Chewing Tobacco.
I*-taI a lark. ,.u t0ttie f a T j)*F-tla itim

,,,,,,r,..,,,,i. i,,.1.,. i,,,. W e have iust received 300 sacks Salt, and 200,000 Oval Butter Dishes.
ti1 -t:taut of a a little rirl :tapp'ar.ieti\ "

ii' eA.ra.a v, Our Matches we buy in carload lots and thus can make it to the retail

"-"" f'"i l-. ir..",, I. dealer's interest to buy from us; we have the Blue Hen. Midway. Race.
S lli111 i t,

I*.,., ,.,ra.rul.,f ather ,f' th- Globe, Coast, and Atlantic, all good sellers. In fact, we keep everything
0-r-.' h I the- r ial tif filthl ,I ill ,i4i1. ,
"".t" te.- ai.. I.. usually kept in a first-class Grocery store. In heavy goods we sell
11a1s that h*- lay i.. n l it i f- if." f ,r a
It 'l l." 1P were' %waort' of Je-1u-.
tht tat-re- %-% ala itt-tato- "i t ih(f

"11H 0 May, Corn, Oats, Bran, Shorts, Purina Food for Horses and
A 1 the-w lheroic 3ii-Vl li 414% ill til rea r .

S....... ........ Mules,. Cotton Seed Meal, and Praott's Poultry Food.
J,,ia \\ iay- ,'.v :**I d e

,,'"" :,' .:'". An order from you by mail will receive the same careful attentio;-, tat h-

,.." .... ,....",",.. it would if you came in person, though we solicit an inspection of r
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"::'T".:7.'':; ..a'- '- stock. We are confident that one order will lead to others, and there
arme Mr \a\ :smake-i %a-' u-nistc aw ieg,- 11- f
.. ...i"at.e t'.f ..,s :- fore cannot afford to make misrepresentations Yn, io Z'Il I
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