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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 23, 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: VID00641
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M I. ..I 1. -N il I- ill ( ;la Tu'l'te s-
,lt\" i l, i'ilitih on. He help'l ed ito
illit .h tI:i e lill. a Iu it.l t head oit goi l
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tr'u.. t thi v hu-i ti rouii'd for their
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Ocala in Gaintsville.

'i-' nk i;I im ,ol h( :la, wa- iln thel
Y.\ -). lilo tim,1 N e (-terdlty.
1. 1 \ li: t\ i. of ( l:sl t, is i thIlie
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P', !, iji it.,iim :iiilt f;:ti ily w ill retifurt
:iil -.-tt-l iI i wli ter tawl perhaps
;i:1 .t-i4.-o4i4it e 'lPeri 'intl'it residents of
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'I l.e. 4 ~-'il:i l iiier t tends tio tiese
wot'ihy :ntii eiiterpri-ing parties a
e.,riiri.l wt ,lo ite oil their return.
A Sad Accident.
I ;tei'ral!l l:nr!-t Itullock received a
* ;e"!ili T'lie-:lay from Ili,.son, Mr.
.iirt-,,i till wkk,o4f White Springs, an-
iintuW'il.g tli:tt inll- wife- had aecidelnt-
all:\ -lilot anld killed their little daugh-
t r. Tlietlnin, aIred six years. Thie piar-
ticul ri- il- inomt known, but it is sup-
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At the Churches Sunday.
Rev. Hiiobert H. Morris prea'ined the
ba.4.alaureate serrmnli of the( )oala highl
.school at tilhe :ptist lichurgh Sunday
morriilln, and in complli mentl t t Mr.
Morris and the O)irtla high imchool here
were ino services in the Presbyterian,
Mlethiodii t or (l'ristimi churches, and
the membership oif these churches, al-
imost in a body, %orshlIliped at the
Baltist church.
The theme of Mr. Morris' discour-e
was "Tru.e i greatness and lie handled
his subject in a most pleasing and
forceful manner. He preached for
nearly atl hour and frm every point of
view hi s'-rmiol wa pronounced tile
finest hear'l in this 'ity in a long time.
His text was takeni fio n 1Mathew 1I-)
Mr. Morris dwe il on(i tile conception
of greatness froi tie earliest times all
along down i theages' tilhe present
time, andl frio !hlie little child to the
full grown man. lie began bly show-
ing thie coice.lptio llof greatness by the
anuients in the writings of Homer.
and by the ( reeks in the writings of
Virgil; at the intermediate period as
illustrated iln the life of Joan of Are,
anid lie paid this young heroine a
lmagnificentt tribute.
In passing he paid beautiful andi
sublime tributes to Shakespeare, ('ar-
.lyle, <'roiiiiwell, Napoleonl, Washli ng-
Ioni anld Lincoln, clothing \\ ashing-
toni %lilt the full measure of greatne..-
as estiiimatt ii fro iiix the ihuiimali stand-
lie ended, however, by saying tlait
tihe measure of true gleatness, isi il-
lustrated in lthe life of the lowly Naza-
rine and Iless. as quoted by him in the text,
ihas never been and never can lie ex-
Tlie choir, which was coinposed of
Mrs. It. t. Lake, Mis. Will (,oin,
Mii-,.s Lena Bullock and Etliel Mark,
Mes-rs. A E. ;erig, \ Dale, 1;.
A. Na.lh and J. J. Gerld, with Prof.
W. S. Pike organist, sang very beauti-
fully twsianthems, "Hark, Ten Thous-
and Voice-.," and "I Will Praise
Thee," andal Miss Mary Drake, of Au-
tourn, Ala., played Imost exqui-itely a
violin solo-h from M.a-earni'- ('avaleria
Ilusticano, afttr which the benedic-
tio n was pronounced biy r. Morris.
In the evening the regular services
were held at thle Methodit .hiurchi
conducted by the pastor, Rev. Howard
lRev. i. H. Morris preached as usual
at the Presbiyterian chiur('iich Sunday
At (lthe Baptist church h Rev. IL. B.
Warren plreached an eloquent ser-
mon on the subject of "The Judgment
of Christ." At tlie conclusion of the
service the ordinancli e of laptimni was
adminiiiistered. to .Mi-s Belle Strunk and
,obert Alien hithrford.
Mr. Wari'en will blgii a series of
s 'illullo flex I Siidtiay uligh olil o miolei
ch' tia ei, .s The it. t os f ithe -e'ie" will
ble the "..h1.1 .Swe.el i,;ar;," which
will be followed biy ie "M.odl.- HUi.

aziuil," he ".\lm.l W fe," Iihe "MI-
tiel Soni," the '" idel. Mother-in-law,"
There were ino services at the Chris-
tian ll linr lis.copm chlurclies Sunday
night, as Rev. Mr. Marshall was at
Fellowship to till his regular appoint-
mient and tiev. Mr. Mc(Grath went to
(Grange Lake to hold services there.
Council Meeting.
Tile regular fortnightly meeting of
tie City Council was held at thle City
Council chamber Tuesday night.
All the tuembers were present ex-
cept Aliermen Yonge and Owen.
The larger part of the session was
consumed in considering the ordi-
nance for raising revenue.
An ordinance for suppressing gain-

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George J. Strozier Makes His An-
nouncement and States His

Sii'ee tgivin lLY iimy re':i-.ns for oit
el lii thallii- 'itit .'. I ir:tve ii:ii .i.n-
sura eiips froli a!l -4. 'i :, ..t.f tihe t 'iui.n-
ty to the ellff ct., lhat i I toiil, allow
lily name to go before it the vote-rs that
I ioull alnd wou il l t'electe'ld willithout
making a canvas, iproviled, his%,owever,
that I would give tihe people mly
views upon the moist important qiies-
tions that are likely to come up at t lie
next legislature for 'con-iideratioln.
Hence, for the above rat-on.-, I will
allow lily i nlllie to be i, iilii l fir
legislative hlionor. ald will. illn iy
feeble way, attemp-ilt to give \ o,,li my
views i iupon smit.e ;;f the illipo tliil i--
First, I il ivertainly oppl -eIl i i e
no fenllce law, as te people ar-' n11 noii
eqotlitiion for the enactme-nt if -ii-li a
law. I therefore wouid ne- ei* yV faIr
and liloorable means ill lily Iower to
defeat a bill of thit*t nattiure.
Second, I am highly inll favi l o4:
good pensionn laiw.. liecause if there is
at people on this earth that dets.imal
consideration it i the old .sellier-. .\t
the same time, I think that (lhe lat
should be properly framed so tiht i
one coutl draw a lspension except t li,-
who are justly entitled Io it. I a'-,
think that the law ouvht to be aim .-l-
ed so that any widow (of an ol -d,1ili. r
could secure a penion th:it si .- i.
honestly entitled t'o.
Third, I believe that if there i- ay
question tliat demIands the at tenlitiio
of our next legislature it is the -chool
question. Of course I will aldmit tll:it
we have a very good syste im n- it i-,
lul it is by lno meanti4s complete. FI',r
instance, we are today support inl. -,x
ditlf reut st ite seliools, makinli: liari'i
annual appropriations for their main-
tenalnce, and .all but one are local ill
their nature. Hence wout it noit Ie
much better aind at less expense toI tle'
state to dispense with all of ti1e-li but
one and raise thie standard oftlhat lit e
so that we would have noi supllrior ill
this beautiful southland (if oils, aind
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Dealers In and Manufacturers of

Yellow Pine Lumber, RIough and Dressed.
Flooring, Ceiling, Miding, lath, Shiniles. Turned Itl'm-tir-, N. \ 1-. ima1ii-,
Etc. Scroll Work and Mantles of every description. .~4t ir-. ( iriii-h .'** at-
Pulpits and Railings, Sehool Desks and Seat.s ,oim .in|i d .'i. l..,ir l-,
Beds, Tables and Kitchen Table,. C'ypre-.- iTak-, i il.\ % ..
Also agents for: Colt's Aeetylene Ga;s i ,e-ner.ataor- for nitik iiit tihe i.-ti :lte-t
and best lights. Patton's Sunproof 'Paitse, Ilr-lie., LIe. I'it i.-l'si 'late
(Gltass Company. Estimates and Information Promptly Furnished.

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Alonmo P. Baskin.
Ity reference to our announlcelment t
c.lumll it will l.t tee4l that the friend~
of tile above named Igenitlemau in dis-
trict" No him for a member (of the legislature (i
from this county, Iubjtc t to the ratill-
,'tion of the demoaciratic' primari' s. .
Mr. Baskin is not a novice ill thii
iphition, he having, already served the
people of Marion county in thi-. eapa.-
.ity. Indeed, it was Mr. Ilakin who g
hadl the honor of redeeming thi- co'.in RO
ty from republican control and hi. 1i
re'otrd a- a demo rati'c uemnl-,wr was -
in every way e mlmendable. "%
Mr. Ita-kin is an exceedilngly up- I t
ritlit and tco'n.'ite-tiotus genltlemali:tl
anad far awove the average in intrl- i-
ligele. Hlie is safe antd eonllrvative, Il
and if the deumoirattic party see.i tit t1 ro

agaili elect him to this losition wle dlo

aott Iblieve it will have oo,.'s-ion to re-
gr*'t its action.

Mr. Weedrew to Goe Abroad.
Mr. D. S. Woodrow leaves in about
ten days for a business trip to Antier-
dam to ~te the directoi- of the lol-
laud PLosphate company. f concern he acts as manager iu Flor-
ida. Mr. Woodrow's wife and daugh-
ter will accouitlany him.
The Holland Ph, 4'lplate icompanyll3
lately leae-d their prIoperty to Mr. .Ed'i-
ardl Holder, who sulblea-'d it to
M,~-rs. luttgenbach & ('to. The 11l1-
land liPho-jphate eomlpany -U.-e.tedtl
tie Netherland, Phol-phate iuilmpany,
ownilisg :aIt'out tifttei huiidrtd arrest ,of
select land at fiF.vgeral'l 1in lhr
nando county. Th- elt"i.l- .n ti l.
pr, Ierty are very rich aii'i of ati igh
grade, but deep in the ground, and
water has to bIe voitended with.
Ittoth the Nethterlatud anid liollau I
co(,ilanliets havelr trikd jumpingg thi-
watet with ,ce litiOugai piumups of Ia st-
capacity, but %ioh littleVt-Ucet-, as Iti.
ramiy .-ea,-o, ot, llate years have i, *-i.
very heavy :a*tt u relial-le in I it
t1le i t .ilinRig. It I% believed', ,i -
i.vt-'r that theitl,,i., hatecau be u,,ii. ,
-u..--.-fully with a dredge, a. t 1.,"
douilt1 tIhi- will I,, tried l y .---.
IPuttgenita'h & ('<.-
While' abroad Mr. \%'o1od.... 'li
endeavor to intert-st cajlital Aith lli
view of turning into a stock 'l ti,, i'
ioidy of timber lands he hI ji'-t aw -
.quired for the (Central LuiIt-,I r Ia'il-
painy. This conmljali ,yowI- -i. X iti .-
saud acresof heavily tim ,eitd i:iatll.-
between (cala and S.lver t.erit.L-,
and the whole tract is e,,-. I nt1 wa-
teredt, and it is Mr. Wo ,dmi, '- intent-
tion as soon as the tiilt.r i- ('ut
from the land to fenuc it, cultivate i'.
and use it a- a stock fari. I-lanitiiit
the velvet bean, which now lh- u,'h
a great reputation as a fet-d, a:.sava,
peanuts, poltatoee a-di <.i,r 'too't crol',-.
1 he idea is a goa Ii otit, antd "te lo e
that Mr. W\\o i n trurryig tout lis lh;i-.

SODelightful Moonlight Ride.
A number of young leoil'e erijoyed
a nioonlight ride to, Silvtr SI.rinig-
\Vedne-day night. (
The ride wa- given cotn>nliult i tary a
to Miss Mary Drake, of Aublurn, Ala., a
and Mims Marie Patrick. of New York.
but owing to sirkne"s P'atrick "
was u unable to go aitd vihe a? ,,recatly 1
mi ilse. i
The trip to the Springs was made in i
a large wagon and was thoroughly hi
delightful. I
On reaching the Springs nlti." of
the aarty enjoyed a trip on the water
after which a plicnic lunch was srved. t
The night was a beautiful one and a
the picnii" was a great success.- in every d
The |following wa, the party: 'A
Mitm- Mary Drake, Gertru'le Pereda, i
Sue llarno, Isena and Malic Bullock.
,ara and Violet Harris, .Mf.-r<. ,,
eephlien Jewett, W. H. Powers, .1. H. Ii
Mathliews, T'. K. 'Slaughltt r, (. 1 .
Miller.T. W. Lutz, S. E. Hillhr ai,,

M r. .lameA E':ges,-r :atl Mi- Jaw-l.N '
4. tilverhittise wl re il:ua l .l 'l' |;u-,':.t ''
iht at s .;o lh k at thlier' l-,ilel e i
f tlie Ibride's gratidl paretiit-,. Mr. and1 r
Ir-. I;. A. 'armnichael. t
iev. I. H. P1. lniiiiner, of Anthony, ,,l
meiiated. la
It wa-a vei v pretty hlaole wehdil..Z, O
tlini, witlt --e'l 'ily lby a few intii- tl
late fl iend.l u
Ben Hopkins Dead. w
The frienlidl of the above nllalllte
'ntlemaii in tllii t'ity regret to lt'arn '
f hi- d-atli, whi tli' ourtred at hli-
tinte iin J:a.'k-oiivill TITuesdlay after- i
on. lie hliad tlie mifortulle Io I'
wallow hi- fal-e teeth. ald died flrio ;n
a .
ite accle-lit.
Mr. I). ('. Head, formerly oif santos,,
I '
noIw with the Warnell I.uinber
till at Plant ('ity, anI i4 -building a
Iad faor that company in the diree-

tion of Arcadia. The road is being
built for timber along the route and
4ill be extended at the tliiuler is

Palma to Jennings.
In a splie'ial cable to the Jacksonville
Metropolis Presidenit Palma is lepor;-
ed to have said to Goveruor Jeunineigs:
"%%'e -hall take up the important
work ofo animation where the United
Stateo- evertimenut left off. a:d you
people ill Florida need have no fear
that y.-lliw fever, dreaded
,scourge. will tilal :iany foothold again
in thi- island. It lih now disaaippare ,i
after having ravished thi" islani for
nearly two e'tuturi*e-, thank, to Amieri-
'ian i-alitatiill itetolds which, under
the w~i-'" adm inistrati(;n of (ovterinotr-
';*-nl ral \\V,oId. have obIliterateld it,
and I iintenid t,1 -ipare no ipainis or ex-
luein-,' ill k,'eejping Havana amid other
*t*c- frt.e frnu it. Y,,u may re-t a--
-ti. *.1 that I ailn'iAl evt'-ry 0word if this-.
al'i 1 li 1*-'" that a'.,, iniiit ii,'ati'll I'Ce-
tl ii I' liirid itatriuj. tt. all lith year al toull. I
ki.'W\ tlitere -. a feeling in the 'l'ilted
".-.ttl- thiit <'uihant- are arele---, bult a-
l ." : t I anll l>rc- lt-ii-t initation \ill
lit' % 'atchlel. S.o, governor. ou eef't
h1avL to,. apretrheit-nion 'ot'ermiiiii l tihe
\Ve w)oull like to a-k, tlhrtuighl tihe
columin-i. f your iaptler'. if there i- alny
per- oni wilh ha-i u.eit (reen'i AIugu-t
Flower for thilte urle f Indig'estiill,
D)yl,,-l,-ia. an liver Trioulide.- that
Ila niot, liei ired-andi we al-ot meItan
their Ie-it-, -ucli a- .our -tomiaclh,
fer.menltittioin f food. habitual c't.-tive-
ne-a, ni-rvo-,u dy'pel.-ii, headac'lhes.
    f t'o, ati*y trouble 'coilne *!",llia3,1 fr liver.' Thi-, medicine has
    Ie .ti ..old for inaiIy years ill all civil-
    i/i-ti '.-olttri -, anl we ws..h to corre--
    ia,:,nIt will y',u and s ilid you one of
    oiur io<.ks free of co-st. If you never
    trie-l August Flower, try one bottle
    fir-t. We \ have never known of its
    failiilli. If -.o, something more serious
    i- tilte matter with you. A!k your
    o:, t d ruggii"t.
    4. ,. *i:F:N, Woodbury. N. J.

    What Does It All Mean.
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    Mr. Wilon teleh-izplih Mr. Je- e
    '. Miller ,to meet himn at the traill .
    tind the-e two zIentlemnen were in lclosep
    itid conidelti'tial l "conlllunionl" whellt
    MIr. Harri-s aplear,, iupion tthe
    T[o ilim re M.r. Ni miller's lre-o-en'e elin-
    irely was liiuitt uinkindl in the Star, I
    ulit Rotwithlstaniling wh-ich iff it ll ,
    Riterview hini it I'may oltain fromli
    1im motie very direct anli interes'ti I:
    .. .t
    A Death at the Hospital.
    r-. Swea're genl. of s"liinter co'n- I-
    y, about t welty-tlhree b :ai old, ,lie.l
    t the .Mari,,n County Hii-pIital ye-'-er-
    avy m lornintg.
    lter letaitii- were -eii.t to 4 xif. r-,
    :here hr r-!;ativ,. r t-il., for intetr-

    hlie taie ito ,'ala r r fr |r1dI:I' .e

    ult ath overtook Iir t.. f..r.- t o]". "

    Married '

    aa t I '

    IiV It will d'.-

    v'to I 11 14 ; taIt I' twe i; th t' waz tu I

    I~ e it li.. a I i "rI '. u -ce#4V de4'lth
    fitI v1' 4 1i -V If .:, ;!- j1i 11 si't 't alwa''1,

    ha-el it, altal lay tWa I,,i-tii ait'the armit-
    [ilat ilII l 'isIl it ill!,- kkt'il h:it'- lilt, i()
    [i, Itwlaal y and ri i-ilag '-( If tij'.'t
    Iigll i t '' the iti fa:-ti'l. -;
    ''l'Tiia.-tv v:,-!. ia it- ijilt I-(-t' lithat' if rri-
    *ry It I -' I t I '0 II *j iiili ana1 l 6-'et

    It i a ~ ial'' m d': wn ''a i hh

    a ~ ~ ~ ~ 1. 1' l ,I '~ t'e' it,~'

    ~a~tv iii hiul .'a *~I-lit.ittty atil lav
    a~~~~~~~~~~~ c' ''ai i -'a ru' he lai' alit.'

    'aa-" Ii h i- --Aaa :'taal ntir~lt L! t t I P

    (a,W ttI v aa \ ta%-' ro ~ ar 1at )vit.

    t'hat Ili'Ajta at '"'at. ho a t'a- is n'v'tal t
    it h a nd Ia (41t- pifP\#-thi' 4't) i ij tha ilt-i
    M~idai' i lwrtyi ll Ahi'-v tic11 t-tl i n 1 "'t th
    oi# l a'jatt P .,ttoi It- a,-r -ifia4 i

    ta' ha It eaa l 11-1r 11.1 Iituh la' t'Ia \ srd al

    i Fl o-le 44tlt h'1i t-41 ii1r th,'I'jat- 'a-l. sit
    I' Ou I ItAI"-ral- llat- ('1 11 -311-f) Ii A*t'

    kw I at.itIle tt'fil pt r IitaIion' ( all sla e' .

    kchintz" vnal i!, rgr'atitudle : iiiht't' 4 ill

    Pe hitw we ii iii Ole venieratedIt l-t of
    he- s.iste-r nahtiontit ethe i11,49tof free








    Cubans Are Very Frank in Stating
    That They Had No Idea That the
    Flag of the United States Would
    Ever Be Hauled Down

    \\ iar,, in i,. '- iI. ,,! : I li'. i--i,. ,if
    t!ii- Hlta ai : li', -t ;ali l it -:it- tii:it itl-
    llo-it all of tho" lpapt-- i,.. ';i'.tli
    preI, 1)Ve '*** i I c.mI. II 4 ut-
    ti !-0't 1 1i ,f t i 'aa ; i 1 iht i n li1 a
    ilia. Iii,+ i,-t t,'iv a iha ,' ,ity- iti lth 'ir
    Ip,:,i i- of It l,- it i ;t Iat Iir It .'
    w:a y Itlia t th l i tI ti,(,n !ii- I *.-
    c.a r I ied outr. '-.!l w h: \er' i:'r-
    a,'t,'ri/'el I a '- thi, iIA,-. l iIl I ;itti-A.\in r-
    if"tli pl,-t r- ar,.- ow ,,,ii ,e ,i wilu t
    the in,-t *- nlpliin n11:'ry ,-aiitoi ria -
    prai-int (he I iit,.,l StI'.-- ; ,tl -h ,w.-
    iniL the gratitut ,- wh,,t I I felt for lit
    Ihiite i-land.
    It s- from tili e t,'l- of tiltie pap -
    that tiy iev r full.\V iwxe.i/a tiue
    tlhVey were to e fI, 1i i y ti,. \ ni i d
    S tate.- ltlitil tlhey \ W i.. I ibial 1] t"
    rai-e.l over Moro. i
    I. M luil,, *A lliih h tia- !, in one f ,t'
    tile paper' ln -; hi 'elIy p..-. ,
    aliiythiiiig Att a i ani,. *at iii 'I: a i''.A
    slayi vsu o \vitl| ; ',.r\ -t1.1,1i e, it,,rillI
    i ite -tlluijectI o, f l.,t .\ li,. ri'- t l ..

    1i.-t uni!,i"y !. 1 i -,-- .>n, !ith
    nit0-t .itter a; ti-.\ia ',ia i [i. i.r ,,
    ltie i-landil i ial,,,r ti ,.- a i ii ,'I i 'l a ,a i tn
    :of "4 'u!:i :tiia l ti, I nit'.i ** *.!t -" i 1I
    tli>h follow i'n 1 .' : ; i' I t ,
    iut-rianti !l ,, :

    J~. A. a iak

    Eh .Iller

    Al-re A.Qtti've
    L. I 'ai-t k-u

    J-. M:. hhafrri

    1'.iiW. T1Kx. Pser
    1. It. Miutiril
    L.\. Mim'Ier
    Ia1" l S 1. TayoR
    [ti. .1 M. ritr

    1. F.NEt' rv.

    J. \l.HBra'wn
    4'N. I Iarne-
    4'. Da.Iutiiekn

    B'. A. W'ieather-rs
    E. T. Helveii--tiui
    M. Fi.- I kpl

    4'. 14. !D11t1g11

    H-.1. Andtlr-,in
    4). T. 4ree~t
    J. H1. BelIl
    J. W't. S t e v- 11!

    E,. 1'. i'iag,-ird
    C hu:". V. Nlill#.r
    X.S. Maast-r
    KA. h. /swAit,.kl
    St. V i k t
    L. J. Hruttit ic
    .1. 1. l.ia llIhe'4 'k


    Indian War Claim Bill Passes Con-
    gress-Over $700,000 for State.
    The people of F'loriai'l have ample
    ..anll'e for rt-ejoiciig,z. tie ilh l i,..i -
    i,,. ,1o 1iii,11i 1tiuis ill pa--e l the
    hitoal-e lif' replre''-'lt!mative. 'tlle,.-,a yv, it
    h a t iivt a Ire,-a'ly I:a-- tlhe -a:lte. 'l'hi
    Ltiil it-,'l 4la wllal i- k lnownl a- Il,,t
    1' l ril'i t I i a in .:ar 4'1 iiti lill, w hi'li
    liht- t, -i ii.-hi.i tire for ov.r ftortv
    ye:ar-. 1 ilie :tanrl !imle :L':tin it ha li
    Ih'-tII Ii ,'ftorl" cita ,_rr, lutt f,,r miie
    '.lu-i- or other it never oilitl l Iget
    l;a--'e. W i i th,' e Flior li.dial l i'-t
    itlteres. ed ill thIll ,l ijai l:tti tilt lr l,-,uye!d upil tolie point of ex.
    plecet-'l pai-stui' otilethilit wout1ill h. ,
    li-t'l tof defeat it ani cal'at dle-ioal ,ilei.-
    "y,. Mai thi- t i- the fir-t tiniel thatit
    lha'- ever 'otlile throw lih lloth hou-,-0,
    :1ll4t if ap:l r vl' -4l iv ty lie pre-bilt-tit Ilihe
    lill will lie paii antl it will atIniouit t
    soaii.thii ove tr 7iiie.
    "I l-e !;e'.ple of Fll>rioll owe. l a delt of
    gr:ttitaet- to S .nalr- T-aliatf,-rro aiiii
    \lttillory airl Itep tre-e atitiv- Spark-
    maniti tlini Davis for their p.lmlliil
    work ill t ii n lly plu-ltiLs r hli- h, ill
    thlir,,ughi Thlie t-al atllmiiit of th-
    otniu hillll iI ,1ls,4l'"t.
    ;i aDA VI -D' Il-ATC'H.
    I >itri-.sSilli lI)a';iDs' v- iispatctlh ,o I.
    Metro(poli,< was -hort atinl ".Wet. [,
    wa. a- follows:
    Washinigton, May oi ., 1'oi'.
    'To the Metro)olis. Jacksonville. Fl :

    *iitlt ; lout t hey leave w, the' theiir j,o)wer aini *4tht-irtir u-
    mI's'otl ate h' if~ior, alit Ike it, ext'111tIL~'
    tile love anditad luiir.. (-)f I 11 4'. (.,:&I I ja -.
    "'This ,ingular 1 off ;'.diti.eal lI..i-
    e~ty i,4 anlexam le I jthatirlie -r,'a[
    n'art h-*A neric'an re.taial ic -41-t-t~ip th4 le
    adillbit jtilU-4 nationl-i ftil te '.. 't I's'lla
    ,our igratitudek '4a dtet.lar-thiit li hal.R'Ile

    uwolrt' "'TironI)' lian tlw ie aiio-trtlu,
    filro'e for artii-.''


    Call For a Meeting in Ocala on Satur-
    day to Discuss Important Office
    of Railroad Commissioner.
    ToI le t e I'll 1.1 i
    Wea-, ft'he iIt &tt~.rrl/ethe
    i9zrt-at. 1111 i-fitriacetootea t. he-ippjer- of
    ti i= -tate '4r thje pri'per .ailrtiai
    :ieIIaL tNr*f.1zto tbe -vlo .ti~qlifor!.Iliitah'I
    '':. a'ltlat. I*' lte *Itli''e of rail i'a d

    fr(ii tilt li- r- 4-ut.ain ; :igri-yn e liwe
    art' tlat t tohave tit- e j'rijieriiit U E

    Icriaat t-Illi ..., tal wilat ar-e tile ayuali-
    'irai':t)ilI- thatt %kill 4-'itlle theit-IItoo tile
    Vt-,. amil l 4-tiit-'ti''e41-f tile .4hiijiillg
    V.A [i ,-. W hotret'i~rt'a-k that n
    Ilita'tin--k v li'I- Ideliii 4 ii'itla tilnSt tiurolaY',

    ltrt- lAthi-crfc t..-itleriiiul t.ill.' j ilt-1iC

    r-~ v 1 1 'a -:Ii it, i 1 1 ri Ia't- I* tIi's I it1 -

    llo'- -1 01.

    Jil* tlAinvaizzil will -~'vi.-on at' it to-

    t. v r iper rt-alize tile iitiij~iarta!J.'
    lot, thai-l'. lti-ttil ai ndit ,, fs il'''', i





    The State AssociatlOfi Of CO*Rty COrn'
    mis sigmavs.

    Al*i aaij,11 14il h 1 it,'elilil. '? tai't- ili
    ,.-'~ ttiaih i at of Illie 4 'ttI11 I 4 ta l11ai

    "'itlil 'f I"Iarsalt 4tT1 111,'1.1iaA' ita

    tip trala a.'. ,t ii iiioj l*'' ?C s- Ii~L$.% I-I''
    I it, riI'% 'a. iiv'lme .'I'ara'it. 'l It t'i ill 44 Abi'I.

    ta it' "It:[$,, 'to l a'I ~t 1ta' te.,I

    Ia 'fitt' I. tdieI

    ja-r tav. anl ;a sta~l~a 'It'i

    I ait-a !e ter; I.

    iii* -t Irk

    ove I li't. ai' & A a'. ,.

    h ta It I r.i IIit, ,,

    I'I It' t I

    WI Ia14. rg1~

    To Cure a Cold an One Day
    "I's k e 1Ax -j!Iv'hlla ,.1..Ia

    ai.'i-l' tIe.ltre-.

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    ~.aV V() tiE' 'woj l)14.. Iota the People :af eld IV 1iPel.

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    VAl"ot lPoWDEP,

    Makes delicious hot biscuit, rolls,
    crusts, griddle cakes and muffins.

    A cream of tartar powder. absolutely pure.

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    %%,too N4 'a i

    New County Executive Committee Met
    Saturday Captain S. R. Pyles
    4 E~ected hjrman.

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    IOCALA BANNER This Territory.
    LITUIM Sa ~ )t ii r, I:i y a'it ciii' urAIII~'tuiilia
    IA1~IUNnina ~ ~sigh i&fe.-t h gj- r -%-'t ii I a-
    the I sr t-t, IIa ~ai (the

    Handsome Reception Gown- The New tr ii ..* ..N
    Long Shooilder Effect. 4011" 1-1l11 1a ,.'..,* ... '..

    Lii.'W tA.IgW*fill-atmiilo-ri- .1. It:ikin't
    I I f ta~a h.-'ti'~a II.' ~ .

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    .- t fa I- 1 ili :*i-'ha The4 ii411i'' ht l inPi~e-d a'i 'I- l t i a1- *'1

    F- tu10-t 1 ii I'* : '- r" i1I',- ttit kJtl. Ii g la I1 1ave-' h n l:t"'

    -h1' 1 t Iiil-v't I' uIUI't' Jr. t ~i I %:1 t"r- IL r tilt11

    4.4~~~~~~~~~~ -ata ~j4 ~ ~ '-'v'av. ltn wl 4)i [IrI u I I t Yi tkif I I I I U P
    retvilt, tilt '1t:1I11117. t, I :illto

    ..'iza~r~tiu. ret al a-t WI I'l 64 'ittI' i 911r( ') i re I 1111r11 *Ia-u li~i-
    :i ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 ii l''I'~i 'i W-lt,'ii ra' y A l-o maer a pof 1-;-,'4 rcIl i ri,
    1-Ya..' i.ioliii 91141 IiIiI-r!I

    To -i.
    Mr- '

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    The Hagerstown Spoke and Bend-

    ing Co., of Hagerstown, Md.,

    *i *ti 1 .1 lt Ii f,,* .ili ,' i
    t\i i ll o' I,,f, Ii-|, -i. 4 tt r
    g i llie %- lw i ,l '* I \,V i ti .. ..n lt r

    T. W. LUTZ,

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    i.r 5..4tu SCiat.r.

    F .7r 1T*%ANN e'.ic I

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    ; 0.St4!. tor

    Worl' Wie R;..putj
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    4 ~ a t-u It'f~ika'I ii

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    I or Repr. .''vL

    tor Repr,,eflta*&v-

    announcement for State Attorneyv

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    OfT For a Summer Outtng

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    *\' i' %% !I ra' ,1 t 7 I.6I *4I vt I 't-

    Cures When Doctors Fail.

    I4' ,V'-.[4 1 :.1 t uiS4it 01.1 ar'

    441 .ikaIL ile';r lki---d .icitie the
    1 4 4'''alt t'(-IfI' .tt I A t -cu i'tlp .i

    IA t .* 4 .4I %C,'.".1 h- Iw i"44ch. f llfI

    Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Four-
    teen Years of Suffering.
    "I I Ivi ten li alll.'"- with -rlatle"
    rl'hlntit:ii-n flor fourteenn year-," -ay"
    Jo-h l1-I' .'r, ,,f rI <' i ni#i,,o1 n1. (c:al.
    " I W'v i- hl ol, ti i :i r illlid ititt <'<,i -
    -*;itiiy afftiredi. I tr,',l ev rything I
    ,r-lit h h ar if :lA .t a3t I4.-t Wa'vf tlu, to
    try ( 'la tl'r!ti,,'- l'.in w which
    I diidt aniti \:.'w i rinediatItely re i'liteve l
    amit in a -hliort timie u'tr.'d, andi I an1
    ttirieIl.' \\ hiv i ,t '-" i tt i t llli;. 'zItt
    atil g't vt ll '" It. iL for -,ale bty thle
    .Aiti-.-lnopoly dv rug sto re. In
    Notice of Meeting of School Trustees
    T'lr, will I te a tiiim ting "f thel '
    tl.i- -tet- 40,' Hit, <,> ali .-li,-v 'h, ,l ,li-
    trw't ,i Saturdlay. MaN -t1, P#02., at
    ;::" 'p. I., at thle 4 fierl in tflit' ity of ()'-ala, fior the lpur-
    ,o,e ,olf takiiiZ, actti<'u, as to re coln-
    uiendiat'ii ,if ta'eaiher- fo)r tlie etuiniig
    term'Ii I the l l'11tday, \lMay 2., at :::01 p. ,!.. for the
    purpose, of taking action tias Lo re inetnlation of tea'her- for the eil-aliig
    term of Howar Ari'aa|tte'y. Any per-
    .',iis wlho iia y ujit have herittofore
    ell their applli,'aionis will lea4e do
    so onil or bl'fre tihe above date's meu-
    tiotinld re-p'ectiv. ly. The trustees will
    :it sa 41 intuetin i lAdlly i hear andiil oL-
    i.*' r anything l'that. Iay ie loffert-d l"by
    way of o' to aid theii iiin the discharged of their
    lu i,- !I.. A. Hi K-h 'I,: I,,
    'li: iriaiii ,Boarti of 'l'ru-ti e.
    For Those Who Live on Farms.
    lir. Hergiii, 'atia, Ill wiit-,-: "I
    li'tve tiied Ballirt'-W iLiw Llniliinel_ ;
    always r.-4'lmiituelail it to my friends-,
    as. I1 aia ,odltieiit thliat there i-4 Iit
    better liar1t. It is a tliudy for biirn's."
    Those who live o)t farms are especially

    P Boux tSOcm i. F Ia.
    ) range S'prizai'4 Ifa.tittife will ',#i
    J iut' 1#for it i fo u rth iterma4)f niormal

    Ile-~tit. .\4'14-.r" 1 L Ii'gi-on,

    IT-tnosille, FLla. 4'It)14" o Itid % 7I'

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    WM. LAIRD,
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    Fine Moss MAttresses.

    Old Mattresses Mae* Absolutely as
    Good As Sew
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    A rt all in now anil radly for \* >itr .ii p-, -ti-in *'\, ., -i *. f. f .!,r
    dltpartnim nt" is now cotiipl,,te is n,v,--r if t-.r. -.# s i.ilv .iir
    ID RY A.N 1) 1 RESS < ()I).. w lii,'l is r -l,,,* *ilt i r -1n i, -
    alld ciount'rs art all tiller I 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' Furnishing Goods, Etc
    i iur p>ri<''s are too we 11 known tkno in ,, nit-titn hi r,


    The Boston


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    We Have Moved Our Store

    X To Our New Location.


    ! it )I. LA R A N I." % I

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    FRtDAY. MAY -,"';

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    THE~ (;LATLA' RAN hMAY1~

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    AX. HAUMS, Editor.


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    The instinct of moelesty natural to(
    every woman is often a great hinirance
    to the cure of womanly diseases. Women
    shrink from the personal questions of
    the local phy-
    smcian which .i h. ..
    seem indelicate. ...
    The thought of .
    examination is
    abhorrent to
    thel.i, and so
    they endure in
    silence a condi-
    tion of disease
    which surely
    cnsentes from
    A1 to orse.
    It has been
    Dr. Pierce's
    privilege to cure
    a great many
    women who
    have found a

    s-ts in his offer .
    of fiee consult- ..
    tion by letter. ".
    All correspon- -.
    ence is held as -
    strictly private
    and sacredly
    con 6fidential.

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    11PS i'i:Al Till. T'*P WFEtJ.ABU[E T

    AICE tIIT:J'-!-T~ANI) IN Tff HRM
    WIE'-'TcH TillT-,('40IN140% PEOt'LE,

    111K Bl TS. F,(0111 WILLThEF -.50Al Till
    REIJXIA s4tilt4: -l1

    a I lit-'k f''r -i 1eC~, .ce~Il

    Nine-.t)II-mil--?ti Hiti I ZI r *41.t r, of

    -eei ii Ile!wiei-ale L'1;i mid'e4~e .4

    Ttiv1 *el Ii H'-m P i-tFil~tv it
    Ac'1 64 1 4 Ili i V'~. -

    'I'i. -ate lic 'I ile~ ~t- ;t 11,11 te*'

    at toi'e ' .'~tP1 ta;e-'* 'cb e l J1c-i ( .(1 :111

    A-I tt a rl-, I i' aI 1'cel% i Iti I I tlf cclIeit I t* I, ;teI

    It is '-rintt.,h-df'a-I ~it 1 l ;er oft t 1 1

    tlhat Y4111l44'htl eve--titell ItIe- fhqtd'et~l If1

    1-y ol's-erviug tiut- ;c:AlIt-aerer's xt I e
    Thie ismly Ittaw-jiealsl-r iciijteiliii flwt
    11141 511laniguage i7- -0011 10ltoice d -"
    tiiiti'd. It was et-%tulci-hit-I ill H".a t
    New E.'hrota, 4 is., atid wa. after-ward
    remnove-d to Tahzhe-'ual,, 1. '1'. It was~
    run I y the C herokee gioevrzilielt :tiie
    a- that is doomed the new-4,ca~*r tdies'
    with it.
    The Vegetable G(twrowr-' A-- eiatcU41n
    -of L1esburg, G. 'W. Frankliin, nian-
    ager, hase shipped thissceaeoutIll -tilid
    ears of vegetable,,n 511(1:;2.11foil '.ik-
    :ig_#.-'e While iprices have noit rnatiee1
    as high asat other times, they have
    leeen in the main good anld -ati-fae.
    tory.-Leeslbmrg C4-imnercial.

    5aeidle '-day for Iorayer atit fxting 1rt-r
    thme guidauee Alf' the IIIiirit" in determl-
    iniiug whether (or Iietfit-theyshatiil ie'-
    eep'lt that war ('hiul Nhpfi-. "'e aloo
    not blihervc.hioweve-r, that liii- will
    interfere with the final aotepefItaitcee
    oft it.-A~tlatita .J-,aetrl.

    PIemtig Politics in West Florida.
    Itelmetillitigto tean11item tthat retwently
    apieared4 in the ( teaha ltinner, the
    I'ensac'(ua lPres' s W-:~ ell, j-4iltivs
    are lively .-necigli over lit re ill l-svani~-
    Ilia eqountV, hatid if you joeojele otetr iln
    ea-st Florida are' diqgtiied at the' lack
    tif intet'rst ntaimifest.NI ill your 7eet ciqm
    ("slleertiiiing lwejtjie-c, just' vofne oive~r

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    In the Matter of C

    Christ's Mission and God's Creation


    we .-liatvoe -.heowithatt I 'lri-t's mi'.'-
    ni11 %4-u% ito prjcr4aimti l n t-e go!94*-l of
    "'Peace -411it EAi IN, ;lpXd IItI ftoM II.'
    11 hatlite-i fI Ii-a pllrjce eCit tfollows'!'
    that11 II i fit t t11e.l ti t')tc df1j,1efesl war

    \Vleec -i' that imt elie-v-i -if comr.-Itest

    %k lt I rthte-Iieehave- t-,'.ilecit 41 ag:ilotit

    4t-liliife 41,4111:1-iht.111141 thte t-'sttl'li-lllkt-lit
    eef ... I1f:t Ilit cre- '4-, Itlhat w'e !-.114)1i1t! oelk y
    -*- 'th- '4.r !=1-ritittriuiifiiiull itt ill
    iiii-i l'iill tt14ls ?
    I ktettltt (-fe-ppo- iog war the llUr(Al-"e
    t'3" ,* 'llft 1 rmftly glric t1 itd war a n (

    'I ie ito .I'tari( 411has 11ir 1wi~ien ithe

    11t4if~INig4 of the I 'tiri-tiali era_- fromf~
    t I t. I itilt. elf ( ii"ti iita it t ie tee( ;ruitk.atai
    Ill *1.#- 1-0 Lt!teII tiel&Z ccf tlktt'c t fttl tit c-ti -1-
    lit* t,#'e--' eev--I)(' 4 ititti~ati iiatieIi

    :t 1.. iuye-111.let h

    I :' *i.-I i- tilt- r.r~tuter e t I i l'lei

    Ii i gtOl*- .11 i lis t 'l- :tf.'st lt'eV*

    11.4 ~ i ce itc-it;the -edit' IANihly.liht'e lleele

    Itt'.tt~e cf tlts ( e't. ilig t hi'4lct- tii

    F.: 6thli, W;i'e ill tgo Ment"
    Wit, lvit. otv lci that iltilt- ereatjeim
    4)~f tit- w-rMe cr1 .,I elj e v jiedo t'l1' cugh fC' r
    evi-ry c'reat-artun and % ithIan abundiiclce
    U ) jl 1-0.
    e's i- x reil ii ii 's1 pel3' ins
    foiit...i 'r tile btotcev a sfeet' tht- elfl
    11l'ie lalvi-li 'Aith tol.odily gifts a'-

    Hie c rtatkAtbt ie 'snl rdw ithlout lt Il cO
    or tolt-tii-i laid made 'all thinjg-s leati.

    tI*-\ very 'slac.3TW, a tu~r andl form.
    TI e' air we bireati'-, and t 1halt sit'-
    t-tfj~j i's lf#' u i ve-i tel 11'.' ill 'Jilt] 111'ii4'e,
    Sli t(!-allli t-t'Vc-Clice t-hiau'sed No mnir
    h3- sa 6011 toi i t4fi'i4i~it i-vt ii if' it1
    wet-'e li silito id'-c, let-eziii'_c it i.;
    4 14 il'- atifht biall-- isi i th fcer the
    wa- f F the fi [ t inhtal- itant of tile eairth.

    E-very'3 toan -i ciii11I hav'e ail lie t' e'e--cI
    tcUt ly 'lii IkIlt' lt1tVt- ftIIet'ti-V 0111'

    ili sujclyiving thite nv- ector mani (.,,, t
    eI iel fleet ~~~44ijL.htle'e:tltlt ti

    The Methodist Book Concern Money.
    Jutge Ii. Me'O nathyl. t l thi- ,.ity,
    thlirotwuLhl the (olulII II i of the
    Florida I 'hriqtian Advocate, un-
    der the title of ")Dollars oir the (liurcht"
    reviews the questioiu )now agitatting
    the southern Metlihodist. antent the
    lSs,it(iN received from evongres-r for the
    destruction of the Nashvillhe Methio-
    dist perintiniLi estalislihieunt Iey the
    Federal fopr'es during the civil war.
    Judge Met'ncatliy -ayv- that "soilili-
    eru seiator"- in thile di-chlarge of their
    duty wishlied inifniation on a certain
    alleged fat. They asked the repre-
    ,entative'- of the lihurch if that
    alleged fact existed, and they itiferin-
    ed them that it did not exist, though
    they k:iew that it did. On i the
    sltretngth of this nlis.reser-nitation,
    and the a-lsura. te of set'atoir, frien'lily
    to tlte I'ill that the-se relpre-,etativt-e
    were getitleme-u whose word wouldd Ibe
    relied t upil, tlih' kproopitiion tboi guard
    the fund ag-aint attorney's 'fe-es was
    defeated aid the :appropriation \twas

    lcieand jiniere (i'jc-iit hr ..ri"
    thoat it llittt.r- it, ,, h4 11 I pill!eft nt. i ~-W)rl41
    1'*' to) "enotute. sicr Imwee4.t'.cr d. -t-i,," i~a t

    l,.-'-tii rt-at#il for alt hid-],%lit i :tit i ul incl-
    :Uwet'. o -viertre.

    fe)r 'ia tif 111.1 ite 'et-.fei! It.r -I*
    1-4 it IIIIt le hite' A~ll-t-- t !It' flll'-eit'-
    thalt le- JlI!~ee i. f'sjf ill 11:xtli
    1+-gisi 1atuenalai k.--au'-' littx hMt-. 't-
    a-jiflt 4 'ee wj-eeti lial liI 11:- I et'i i.1tt-it
    a tA l t C I 0Icele~t ~~ cI t 1 14 p /J1 t,% l lik
    ttitend ted1,r all
    If tile v -e'4i-rj-. ite) i #%- e; t L ~
    %4,141 .iie t- fHitt Ikti)i'eA tiri't! "Plike l
    4je0c''. W ite. lat lc-c "ii t') hi jut i- its 1-111t,'

    (III L~m l-it a ti ,eL f-it t) IIIh im.

    BW tit; nv fiittl lt- a It-o! I-e fuse' fr-eili
    f Wm4~ lisiilhlidaw",ittte- 10i *T HI.;-IAm-
    ,-I 'A hatt ft-lif-t:, d r-:I, .!V-

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    tee'V 'h' IChCe-ittt:t I i ; ;
    hIt. t' --i 'A:- fatl i- is I ,isle-

    It reerty. %u
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    A ilt- that wsfill 1:1 i !1 1" -e

    ale'r et.lq.jF- :,, 1 6- 11i- t i *f h4 .Z 'l

    I' -it U-.1il t 1 a II sI

    ilr ,al Vdlt irtahl it. IIi, u upw. fi Ar

    tlk i-1c,".-ije c s' il- I1!F I Ii ; :I
    hav- te *Ii a lkiit t[' V.- :1 !,d leeI:, I tl k C. r
    allt'r --e11111, i~e Ist 11#l'-,1 l"'tk i-

    thiS l t lit- i feIfelit l.4i !.'I t t V. 1 ii-11
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    Put his Money In a Hole.

    ltt I k L(o Iiie- st I hI v a I i I %*!t- I ei % 1 ie;,. 2i W v t

    rioi da a %%e.ItZ -:vi otimi'the 1 lepe- Owir xfci Ii ee

    3111 (t'l~sI a it the -re' .43 v li ii-r, :i 'lt-
    ammynolu-tt itce) Ice' 1r.'. -hilli el 'het

    hiieheh 11111i t I 1111Vc.. H it-V. um 41f
    Iein a Yagr, carry thet i-i- 'f teeI,) I

    es~t aeiihlaijc'V 'A0fS, lie W4,1114 !1e- 1111t- i 4

    ti4lifla l it W )I1. e-, ie't cleciiI h-~I' t4 ill-I

    lcf'cther it. I tw w-11% lo'dc l ealit -i'vl tha
    t he t %ht eIi v r' nIcIy Iii, i ll,. e'v -r Ii a- e'o

    iIIIf--)fIIii 1i0ll I llri -itz 'A 0ji ,iet.. : 1 .11 1

    in th~ie wh i -dr e l tit-lm td'iii iti.jr
    artil. o-, I t i Ii k- :&ic1s d vtt. --IN
    v f-r I Iii a I I I I l I I i I -'A *I f I I 1 I I

    iii le 'I Ii'elt re~I A I -r'I fI'.I

    ill all t htcl -alike :~iellVe .4 Hit uk

    v I-I-' I- I I f keo.-te I .

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    -itIIti tlc' W hat I t wipi ltI f ~

    i-f hie'-l'y 'f-t c litwlin~itelWth iii-Ii i ke

    root ant ic pI e---iI Iel e .-t i 'a
    tno iig leve t I t a arat-c-v I.-fe.I e t i tile,

    ',4 e b h vi"' Ictt-feo 241'A A I I L I e' jtl- '

    tiIf r, )a 1 v q +it- rl :ikc-ifull i-i

    ~~it o vi ~ e reaifie el Iuiti! Hflt Ir. 4ltw
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    mai-f: k ta -,~rp';tetv iri'sh i-tf --t liot hI,

    4 eltC-mirc-(' 'A w~itith the.-re)i-m o ef Dhi-

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    Democratic Harmony.

    re'.i it iIll'o.' i! jtat-it Icif -ltalteiu -I-
    I'tk-t- recnly kIv3d-i t ic' 'I-'illgie'ttI' i11.'k

    w.e-re itchwcleto-A4
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    hurling toe upon the other, and van-
    ishing "swiftly itto the turbulent aby.s
    o f-hade; so that, to the eyes and fan-
    h Pa:Ia I 'ies of the affrighted wanderers, the
    1,r un-uthltantial vapor.s were as the bod-
    e ,.,,. Iv firms of gigantic foefs-THE AOEyT
    -" There, amid that appalling sWene of
    .,'ni m r.on, death and de.trui-tion, Bulwer vividly
    i"*' 'ainti t lie f-ear and terror of the iol-
    .', Alowers of Isij, and of the hail t, the
    n r *.r-- um -er. the beautiful Neapolitan and
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    I.,- '!,,:IIItth. mnat-Mvs vwith their
    ii -* ly 2"4'ansi 4--.s'djsi'while it

    ~- I I:I:-Ii t thIA t rIt-ifw-t tfo rre iIt
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    li It I I,- ItI'.f-t,- "f t1 ii..leirv,-t IIh Olk~it~st
    '41t It Yiljl. 4!- ( T -hvte-r (if )ally
    Link A !mdetiati'aa frm il1w.terpors
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    The Marvels and Mysteries of Crea-
    "Iielhiild the lilhes4of the litld how
    tthf\ grow."
    ( Out oif the lla lainal air. tiuriiing l Siil lile, ( Iod can
    'ibrin : t lhintg of beauty, and tie can do
    a- Hie wants t, with it. 'ThIy are sup-
    .,,4 i(-d. i ,1 ,t li they row, si m ply
    tw :tui-e the-y ,-ive forth beauty and
    .t rfuime. 'llit- live because there is
    Litf- i illtli-1n. 1.-t uht toiling and
    -l il.t.' a l,orl timeun anld thought
    thi::.t ve ,-anti,4ot considerr the beautiful
    things. even' as our Lord said, and
    wliile we "-*ek" and "give" may we
    I .al.< "r.row."-Melittourne Timues.

    St:-itor < 'armuack is kept busy apolo-
    giziiig an l shaking hands.

    You Know What You Are faking
    When you take Urove's Tasteless
    ('iill Totiic, because the formula is
    plainly printed on every bottle, show-
    ing, that it i., timnply Iron and Qui-
    ine in a tasteless forni No cure, noL
    Ip a Y +",'.
    No Home Is Complete
    without a sewillt macllhinli. Buy a
    Singer and y>ul have the Ibest. sold
    41on lInIig time and easy installments.
    Oild imarhiiies. taken in exchange.
    Net-ile-S. oil and attachments always
    on hand. Machines rented iy tihe
    week or mnithl. Repairing neatly
    and quickly done. All orders by inail
    will have our prompt and careful at-
    tenition. Before purchasiw: elsewhere
    call and examineli our Family ma-
    chine. It will Ie a plea ure to show
    you our sto4'k, and we will ColVilnce
    you)i that we have the best machine on
    earth; they are Miruplel, Strong, Si-
    lent, Sp eedy.

    L'. L. Brooks, M. S., Magnolia and
    First streets, O).al;a, Fla.

    A Sign of Purity.
    Havarian and RIheinheit bottled
    beer is lthe tinest product of the Mont-
    goimery Brewery and is absolutely
    lpure. See that yo)u get the genuine
    Montgoimery be. r. Every label has
    the red pilot wheel on it. Ask for it
    and guard your health against geriums
    of disease. For sala at all first cla-ss
    salooll. 4-'2
    For -ale by J. F. Ed wards.

    Parties indebted to the old. tirmn of
    Liddon & Standley will please call on
    the under-mitned ard settle the Patme
    as all accoulits have been placed by
    mutual agreement in my hands for
    -ollection. Any claims against said
    firm that have been overlooked will
    please be pret-ented at onee.
    4t ('. A. Li.l ,IN.

    Eggs for Hatching.
    1 miaki" a s'secialty ot eggs for hatch-
    ing from pure bred S. ('. Brown Leg-
    horns. .ood hatch guaranteed. High
    class Belgian Har-s. Write for price
    and b<4oklet. It. 0. Connor. Ocala,
    Florida. 5.*-tf
    We take this opportunity of an-
    m sai.........

    The Montezuma Hotel,


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    I 'l'.iA MS.4I> PER It i it

    0:' OPEN Uj1jjE YEAR ROUND

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    The Jusg and Keg Trade Made a .S4Ng il F'ntalurv.
    In sending your ordn- %alway% %end enough t,.. r ti'. "* ... -
    -gallon jug. 15c.--gallonjug. 2sc. 3 gali(,n It,. 3-c ke'. f
    I ell more whiskey and better whi4ke- than any h,, :,-e. *'
    eat goods and full measure.
    A trialorder wiltconvince you that* w ir- th pe r.
    Your.anxtousto olea e. J. F. EDW ARDS.

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    too thi-, fo-ar k ?--hfowij the calminie,.,. and

    0 AT ~ O O PI f.:irlt-s* tof toir uroudigsaae'x
    *0 li tinrhe- pe'tjli- tit turn hrt.r-n their
    0 id plt ri-i wtar!,h'&iji and id ldlow ini the
    * u erI'cr nfr.% ailed IDescription. *
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    ~' .A. .4 t~s:i%% fill Spring Ailments.
    Hl-ieis ana~l-jiitand tired fo-t-ljzj

    S -. tii~gi~-'hiandi in act i ve, tilie d igestion)1

    :1, ~:iiijipairet, %ith11 little )rF no appetite,
    11(i amblition for anything, and a fteo-l-
    -...' *S~I'~ d-t4~4-.n...l ~ ing tli~tt the whole bom! and mind
    11etdst,4 Ic'iti [l&(u ,.- rhie 1truble I~., that
    'It. 1. t ii'.- ~ l'a~k- turittg %niter4- there 118' libeen an ac-
    tl~j...i'*.'4tiitaltdijt' iinitiatlai''inid aseiiatter inl tie
    1 tfti...a- i.t iL~=-%ftelIo1, 1t(-0 11ne will retnove iIt'.
    *~ t- i~ i.* iri:&? t h-ir fatt tte vCairI -) Itile --cretiiin't a rittlit exit,
    A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t ill- S4IU~ i and by a t't tomiie effit-et fully restore
    tll# waste-al tis-sue-s and give -trength
    i"la il ldace (f weakness". si at Anti-
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    -________ _________Bishop W. A. Candler. 0 t1mi oid l t. A i-ti~'4 oj .*trt
    f he :1,.4 ral h :10, pro juled fll- Ir Ill- i.4hII ~-r'y Or
    fugitive -!2tvo-* Its, thlsK" iowivr- 4)1de

    # NCIENT DVERTISEMENTS, Ia'-lline~wtit) it tilt-h I'1.4- 4 tile t-ivcr
    two) e#jjoii~oof fill, tti ii .oA i itiitit'i
    j 'I ie a t-, il !" U41 M- u t 14 D.rintvit-l olirilo!w toi ,loh roovilteol 1.1-tilt-a 0 i iiiti* o
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    fa-h~isai. TilIe vt-ry pIoefriloI9 v jo hA tisle 11'4 uof it.1 0100_,fil.#xjO~tI 4 t v~tj tlo ojl-~.t ~ A Ii\ m f~
    or1my.. opf it-i loo ularity we.rti 1iost!v aItoi otr#.(1, 11133 I e (to i -hv ally ;#6-, -oll (toeit- bill. .1J1oIl it Pim~iio-v .\d:tiis-
    flit-t*.tlto it, make the Ioa-t aIlto~wtlt, -Iaoj~icilli it ~toTswit, ji1noto toro ~ve t leotoo ii ts I
    f-or it in o th er -o w h ie n i it h a- ve it- eil to) i .*,:ur .- i t sarj' e~otil t- u ~ fit Ift t
    to tI ',lifool is 1Tile cam 4,ri lt th e t-i:t.*1 It iti# ox -tt f 'A n t ,tetttsd jtare gii II lF~lf5qjNtI lp. iftkt* d

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    together with all thtIl-itt l
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    toot o *4, a 01i tOM. allsti-eland Ia t littt
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    for Newt',ttfutip hirtii at itit I t 1Ill t j,.., foI" 2: 1~ l t 1

    iug'' if not iatg tooI th.-:r Inob- o

    DJr. Mooo~re givi-- a numuber oof ail-
    verti.4etuet-nt!. tof iegroo-lavo- foor -all
    in thle t- oWinof Il itltoii. that h.It'lo igh
    uIpbu thet kind of -lavery then voi0k-

    &1-4) the reaslotls f, r it'. t-vvtual tlt di--
    af4;eartIene from the hitit of the-
    piiojiw, Puritan. PiLt- mnst .0 on4-111111-1
    reas-Am given fotr thle -alt-oof the b,9l!Fot
    i-A "Walut ott etiiloo.y -- Wt5i.oI being
    atiterierted mpaii-s it was io i I.nger
    Iprbt*ital et'-o keepo theml~. I ut it loaiol
    iwt-ter to mell them.
    Here i!- aitadverti-memuet from Mhe
    Iudepew.i'dent C4hronicloe.,odated l \arot
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    "T0o be -.4)10 very chleapo. for no) other
    r i-t- 04 I t-is I or % ito ,: -I 5 ,,

    W~ht-ile \kt-reot- t jo Itrvi it- ii ,1 ,
    alilo thit girl? limo fitHs- ad%,i00t,- r
    -sparats-li Jat-nt-itlo iA o*tsi;A,ltl ,!-
    rt-s~aity,4 Or, '.a-. tlie iiituIoot, ,p4, ,-- .'

    unry 4,IT hi, te t lk F dok;!itt.-,!
    '*I'u o w-old a Iit-arty. 5! nti L .t.Io
    Wt'44.-io, &[&-bil:t!so 0*0-xr!4 4otu...lit 1

    Again inthat-. ?io- J Lotr 'Li
    1 7'o-4 wx* miasi'rto-fta-,'ov-t-t,.'1

    hin It'Weediuiolv likeh~ly nt-r., irn. atofI
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    It may have e Lten thfloat ht.t- ov#-r-
    ti.,croof oeitr2.t',a.! ht
    o~f March 9. l mer'A i ho- I t mv I.00,0 10
    stitoi. If *1. thi-As otto).ok 111 10-t-t'fl 1o-
    Juc*ed. it totv-l,1141 twi010 o. i oo
    likely tiot.gro gui V of to tit o- .4 t o-*.t," And !!te arattoii-r 4,w &It-.
    He Was evilleiitly 1oot na11it-iioo- to) j
    tier tis er jparttits if Ithey wt~- refot.,
    noor ior.t-tas~tt tier to) their liix-Icr if
    thti-\- wer, L "tiItaI o 'lie rni Ittiotooo
    loanilot .41141 ebaitld it tultu- appeoar- $-ut
    not4 llthe- ttluf tla:-. I Irity
    %0oiitit. fit-watafte -If etll ii'hi or U4414. i,
    1111111311 t"Ic-oh aliotbl t i
    If tlai-A last cast -e lit hoartie.-..
    l' ist idA11111Wlie dt of tile lit xt ., It i!.
    tot h sIi it 1 extra-torllnarv i' otiarc I
    tae-.itate too tratiiooftr it too tit#- ci otlmulito
    tof a o-oumthaerta jealotorlesot I ot'tend ia
    juotot ,~i-wn-tif tort ojoiety. 4Certainly 11,)
    -oiii-it allVert isevntibot *ever sajovtared iin
    anyi sou therun Itaso.r during aull tile aystit
    41f --lavtiry. I 'topy it With -1100 )g it -.
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    it- rIst- a 4, -~t~ us iio '-i I i t to

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    ev-Iil the fcdf.-,raul lipz o o itlito it
    priorr to thie vt-t r I 0. I ac Nit-, ) ri I s

    cur intsIhat -i..tto s r ol-owhio'roii in the
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    gratiotti 'or itmlooOatiton 0f -tio'Iit lor-oti-
    &S' all. Of tht, -lttk- t1o W '-X:-t n -11*lls!


    The treatment of Catarrh with ai.;ti;septic and .
    astringent washes, lotions, salves, n,.Hl'itc d t .cco -
    and cigarettes or any external or local applicltio'n, is .
    just as senseless as would be kindling a tire on tp of
    the pot to make it boil. True, these give tcmnporarv
    relief, but the cavities and passages of the head and the
    bronchial tubes soon fill up again m ith i'ucus.
    Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh, for it
    checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and
    vapors which should pass off through the skin. arc
    thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inntr skin, .

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    What is Doing in Social, Agricultural
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    w l- ti c of Wt:T;.it S. 4 )hio, i' v- it
    vitiv i~r et-u~ir. \I-- Bl~ianch i i~~jue.r.
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    S)ur 4'-omninit i'y was vi-it,-ed with :a

    itle rain Monday.
    Mr. J. H. .1. ount- i- on the i.-ik

    Mli-- I.-**'-#.- i.-kin ha:.- returned home
    after an ex'e-ndild vi-it toi her parents
    at ( '-klAwah:i.
    Little Hlugh Douglass i4 quite ill.
    Mr.,. Win. Jo)t, has the finest .ot-
    tOn pat'h ill the ,i:,ounty if not in the
    whole countryy .

    'he re will be ?ervi.e- at the Olivett
    Bapti-,t chur.iih uudlay, May %th, at
    "p. in. by ltev. M r. Warro u, of A)h-ala.
    li-.s, Ruby auin Bessie Ph'lips are
    visiiting relatv es in our couiinutinity.
    'Tlhe Suunday-so'liM.l is 1'
    li iely.
    On a,'ount of -'arn'ity of l ttorers

    ~everuai if our most prost-perour farmers
    hlive pur'lihasedi Aelf binilers to gather
    th,-ir sp.leinidl 'r,,j o4f oats.

    The airl is tht- other of the woman
    jusit a.' the lo,)y ii- the father of the
    mian '[The period when the woman-
    Iv fuictio'i, begiiit i i wnie' to 1e* c'are-
    fully wrn--('ltild 'tt I Musidered. Irregu-
    latity ov r tderauremtintt at this time
    may be jipromptly met andl cured by
    the u-e of Dr. Pieree',s Favorite Pre-
    s-ription. But ne-gl.-Iit at thi., critical
    peril umay entail year, of future suf-
    feri i. r'~avo,,rite Pre-,.ridtion acts
    diirn'tly upont the wwomanly organ-.
    ..iving the at perfet-t vigor aud abunl-
    ant vitality It re-tnove- the obstruc-
    tions to health and haippinesi.,, and
    ttelivers w,;mianhoild from the cruel
    .nelaget of "femuale weakness.." You
    pay the Ipostage. Dr. Pierce -ives you
    the tbook. lThe People'x ('Common
    sene Medical Advier, 1Poll pag, ,, .OmI
    illustration-i, i-. 'sent free o)u receipt of
    -tamips to pay cost of jluailiUt ouly.
    Setd I 2 oue-teit stain for the paper
    bound book, or 31 -Itamp.-s for :loth
    bound. Address Dr. It. V. Pierce,
    Buffalo). N. Y.

    First Florida Peaches.
    Florida pea'ches- are being sold in

    this market now. They are bringing
    $', a crate. aud the variety is very well
    matured and look nice. A. J. Bradley
    & ('. reeived the first Flor'ia peach-
    t-s last year M:y 29. This year they
    reeviv-d a -hipiumet just ten days ear-
    Iter. Mr. lradley's information, n1 from
    fruit growers is to the effect that the
    crop will be a large one, and from the
    au'i ook the fruit will be far above the
    avetl tf-.

    Mr. Bradley expects to receive his
    tir.-t shipmtenlt of (ieorgia mieaches
    Saturday. Reports from the fruit
    b* It of (;eorgia, he says. point to a big

    crop.-Savannalh News.


    Awful Tragedy at Hastings. PIETi
    Fi d ingqs of at i 4!ul r~..y. .
    front l 3 .tii ~ .Iaisl -. I

    ItE Ofas -th4.~ai at w3.vpis, 1 ~

    CERTAIN LANDS OF 1i'd-A%T- -

    \'4 i.,nait rm~ly on -

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    v-t in ;4!1.that pxec:e -,r;.- *- .
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    -legrew-. 1; flI7ut"'eae-t 0 &1.A-
    north 1 iigtet"- -- m:uua!--t .i
    ch 'n. therie.' to ;-in t i' '' -

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    N I tC I-.I fI .R F*B Y G I ',*EN TrIr I IXIT
    ."'aFnl4 I '4 rttie .it tht- ntial '1-ctr_-v e-
    t~y th-- H).r--b-Jini.-.. 'X4 ~
    the. Circuit Court o4 the V raced -t~a:'!- ~-tt.
    1iJIqrict .,I chance:rv 'in the.' t
    A April. A L) : .N2 7i1 't ,o:!t~amica-i-c t ~r'-!n
    spending wfl.-rt-itl -AN W. ELDREI-I -i-
    cut ri x Li nd a InIt i~hslt?,aIri tx .) I M 'A1-8-4EL1)kI-I
    .Ie-c.'-rated. 1, cuinptalllJzrrand 'riua-:C.Ikm!
    IC111AEL &tSE NCMIAN.a 'rpormna?:4 l
    gaali/ei and4241 xistimzg underand !,y vi rvit'i. it.
    laws (if Florida. et &I. are Ilctendiant-. 1, hetini




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    vil1'. aiet ml r eit-fI I .&

    with a youu.4 iivt.-ir Idd T i

    Jnie you it., ~ tt I .. r

    The (.1.111ill .at. a. r :- i. I

    iily tixere auvi~tjr---zI:
    Wetl t to St. ALIUg -til- 11-tl IJ-1' 6* '

    foun The '\ -1 ir ; ,--l I i

    .tlteili' mudA I..Vi ai r ~.-h~A 1.

    unilM-idqtj~aYel w.-Init'lre f .'-I

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    aiuret-dJLiuloo......'-i, i' .
    iaV.but tWe I.,i 2. -t*t i*

    two i l'a d Lf[fci rt-t, i--l c.ii :IIL l'i-11

    hea-ad with are v-.
    ''ihe *'bildre-n 3i!r t --'- 1
    u arte-a. rlhe oitle-, tI: hi !A
    af ter *4vo''iij- A. n'.* \ .t 1
    k- tv w kedt flifem i!j x t..-' I i Ai K.

    he loVCiIed e iz~t I,!-ei11 i

    Plant rose- b'W*-\ 4- Ir
    the Greenhqn'-e-.

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    M~r. I'ev .Jordan -if tleiiitvitle- se*m s
    t bo v, s' r), uiii t-aat taoeia.-.Ito vlt
    vilit- lht-'rt- o~f late., the iouthe-ru ;'~rt

    L.-c.Ls irat A ilt-ii or Ski&e P-ini!i'
    vinitit.&g her !-is'te-r. Mri. H. A. o-
    tli .4wo *k.
    The- paenio has teonue anid gone. but
    it w:oi a kxappy day f-er the y,)uu~g peo)-

    4Ids- of Ho-ioltville, Gmit.-rville. and -ev.
    end iiotht-r pltu'.-! thi~r were represented

    at Elie jiivlie*. -There was ni) jirlogr in
    t'ir the- tl:tv. ia- it wa.-e eilt o~r the

    wi \ kth '"il!f..k z er. rrope-
    11 ~i.e.' e%% hen -r werea[il.t-,n ti :u I. a't (I

    thingi tI hLt.t-'ve w-ti f-r -et-vral yearQ.'.n
    ther mfteriioein MIr. C Mi. Turner. o4
    4 b.ala.j iiadle a )lli4~r4h~ f the
    ,vi'e~k. Ihe 4)Ubjj rIeIti Wh111We~lt to)
    e'att'h fl-li for Utne j.l'n ze were very

    SU"e'e~fiil. They --augt z iat ore fi-h

    titan wa-, eAten ho; 'iiir.iUt

    eiaite-rvillt. Iac' itiithe wie-' k tS.21title
    Coie Antiolall jiret-sut -ujj,)yMd them.-
    I~*v,- very ijiiii'*a. Tiy, tpeeia1Iy.
    I Wisah I knIew wil-t votng wail that
    wa w ho, 'u 1, 11no t fe ed IhIi h.s.Ii- j

    a few Suu'1aws avgo. "He sai.e he would
    le.'I weondi.'r whjy? j A q'i.


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    at Itn -t" tIIot will m o'b' th ingr in tlhe
    dir ..--l i, whi...*-h it-, fure h i- exper< l.
    &$A that, t. t.v v .rin w sitloti NONE BETTER THE VE ES
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    geet vear th1,- liv oe Ir *al er-4 oif tihe
    ie.'at l rah'.i. l .rto t <-ligd live -t t ..r t.;**".*r 7:AB... ,.
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    4* I ** i at i* st1 Mt .uia af thtlUr
    I t.*i t a tur t it.. -r it of .r-a'l fiht we tind ;.- -

    al. 1;, t1 ar1 daillt r l the Ietail Dealer !
    tl t, ihe .latf ori of bee a .tr.-
    .ii'. a it a- a -e ',a;..,::.., ,..,,.,,,. When you buy from us you have that which means you are g
    t .***y or .el eiln i oe-vi i - n.Ir..te ,-...-.aie a ting a Dollar's Worth for every dollar you spend. Whatever you tr:ay

    .:'"' "".>"k" .e want we can sell you at an advantage. We are in a position to sell
    5 l,,r, etlteti e-i 'l ltha u v r -
    ;...;,+,...y .: ,.:,.,, goods as cheap as they can be bought anywhere, besides from this point
    ---'* fs \* o l Ilal ch a- '
    .. ., you have less freight to pay and quicker delivery. We carry a comn-

    :'. '"',. ,.".gta :,.. plete stock and can ill] your order on short notice. All contract goods
    i.1. away.,i ta. yet Le... fair- Ci ar a Cigarettes:
    ...... a are sold at Factory Prices. We keep on hand a full line of Tobacco.
    I i the %a i tof -l a S\ t ,t :i- 1~
    .. a. a.I. r.A Cigars andCigarettesW

    .'" """"'"''"<'"" "-^- Florodoro and Sub Rosa Cigars, Old Virginia Cheroots, Sweet Caporal and Dukes'
    o i *1 |' ii 1.MI lt \ ,ti' ll At. \ t:1-
    Tat, I'm.w'ft. ia e iotcoW Gigarettes, Dukes Mixture, Bull Durham, Sersatio, U. S. Marirye and Cameo

    L ...t -itl- ir Iu i- l ,t .:ii v il t a h
    ,, ,.,, ,,..,+,,.- Smoking Tobacco, Varied Assortn)ent of Chewing Tobacco.-
    ,, .. .. lt liro llit i lt- ruihA-. .it -
    *0 1: *' t'ta I. l.'- Il -, tit Il i '
    S A .-.4 We nave just weived 300 sacks Salt. and 200.000 Oval Butter Disiws.
    F(erbu Ttn StafetiSt beside
    '"t"'. ""' f "-'"-- A Our Matches we buy in car load lots, and thus can make it to the retail

    S* 1 it r l- t l t
    S' '" l- dealer's interest to buy from us: we have the Blue Hen. Midway. Race.
    I ,. r I '. ;lt- e t.r. :itnlt* le' .. i b u
    ,Globe. Coast, and Atlantic, all good sellers. In fact, we keep everything

    S- usually kept in a first-class Grocery store. In heavy goods we sell

    :' :, ':" ;,M- I Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Shorts, Purina Food for horses ad

    S- Mules, Cotton Seed Meal, and Pratt's Poultry Food.

    S' An order from you by mail will receive the same careful attention tat

    ., it would if you came in person, though we solicit an inspection f our

    ,. .7'''.,,- -. stock. We are confident that one order will lead to others, and there. :
    fore cannot afford to make misrepresentations You are always --
    "" .... \ ;.A ,tl l" "" t-ore cannot afford to make misrepresentations, You are always w ,i "






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