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: September 26, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00659
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
alephbibnum - 002052272
lccn - sn 88074815
lccn - sn 88074815
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Other version: Ocala morning banner
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ry3f-:fetu-I to, sy that thte edittor 'if the
O)calat I avitner staliol- Ily everyv utter-
alICe znltole ill the I *hIeit"'OO alit]: Kwoani:
4 ity jI'at to r1,11S te oy tilie allie, i- iit-
dhid at the time o their aoleo;'tiaon.
N-m-liter.- -altl tt- tloutibo:inti t-~~iI
11111; (t' t,f 'I 'i-t,'a Biamiao-r, t'allat-ir ly
woirol. ilioto-nle,et e@r imltlietio-uhtl. that
it?. vojateor Ea:- !, -! faith ini anyv -f the
ear lie-r (or latf-r uttt* anaec, -if tlf.~~dea-ie--
crxti" j10111t%. -tatv -or at,~l
TIIkee t'o81 .* at'I ii 1 -li.t I wrI'tr l-to. tdayS
that itf ever Ili* 1;- lokta 3a1ijbite intthae

.9' :t~l at'-'. If thal- g''vo'rililieit'aa iv-i the
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it- Ie:rtr ,,!72'.-*!, i'kto it coont r, ,, ,rt-v
i-lut t, rav. I Hill "htoild up"
eboit.utiue- ait is getting to ,e ii.,re
* igeranlt at x'
P'reideut lHoo,,evelt. although he
talk atai,.-t "tru-t."- ii annoyed to,
ilav oproachers. do so. He no doubt
f .i-h that preacher- ar, supl.plosed to
e' .iomuewhtat iit"-ere.
\,,w if the .ldewo rat can get to.
getber ant- ti.k together they'll soo n
tave the- re-pubticans on the run. It
:*-,aliwu t .riniinal not to make almost
wry effort to do so.

I wa- rii4 it0 aI- tii-l.- i i;llt i'iw a
o it ever wa-
l':it ed iti i;,i;k-. '!it a greater r it
-,.-i. xi-t- fi it i, 1' t al, whle- 1 I
wa- tile lraiti<-, of !,t i. '.Vtrnm.fil t to
ulilt it free. be-t'ati-e the- governaieii
i- stronger niow a:ind more able ti
uiaintain the palityV between tile two
metals; anil, ,eidet-., there is hIt --il-
ver being discove-red it hprooortion tl
the amount of go The editor of the Ocala Hanner fels
also that nothing has been done siniet
the adooption oif the Chiaro and Kan-
as ( ity platforms to niake govern-
ment by injunction less repugnant t-,
our institutions and their tradition
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Sthanu wueu iItis plank was SMade a
Mayor ?ethh lAw did not witness the
e laor pare in New York. part of the democratic creed.
Clo:wlat.-r parade in New York. Low
iw b ttracte admixture ,-1 fakerisin He feels that nothing hlia occurred
si-d an extremely pooor apology for since the adoption of thoie platforms?
maytor of a ireat city. to make a graduated income tBl\ le..
ntlp. t T-y ha- rang thle tell ni thte Panallma Indeed. the editor tlii- pllap r i-
ht but agy- that tene l. i eite that -lh men a Andrew"
-ta.tlini" o, wear the- m in o,.en ,leti- :
i'ti.1 ,1t i .....i a (. 1 ( 'a r nl ig ie i lo<.- l ith :t, o, i,,n o f t, h
Cl. !i'- at: e the weather I
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. ::i bl.- it bhi!- a s-huttle- o nl en l" itiO that iriai t+-a,-a
I ,5 k and at out as regularly i:-onPi..- iineoualitie of etat!, atl Cii iii.lhaw-
teilt as the- Iltidulum to a hlo'k. Hie- ful col ibinlatiioil of ,'aplitai. ,1; '
au' hte ldid not receive the demo. wealth itself it makes 10 wii.i
ratit pre-ideutial nimiination in e a s a .
"'* has been sulkine in hi tent
s.trlv ever -Iio .-ite-a urry wn a ... l calaimiit hlowle-r aii .la .-,r'i, ow ,of
',uittl a ml~iry WiHS caused *et \\all
-:--eta few days ago by theannounce el
liiei.t that lluI-e]l Sage was- ill at hi.s "Th'h Unitedt -tate- lai-''e a i mucli
i.'om!. When a country gets into a progress said :is rapid p110o gess uisler
,-itionl tlh t the illness of one man j e administration of It i imocaatic
'an alniio-t cause a: Inpaniic int her nmar-
ket ce-rter there i- s-oniethting wrong- I a
adi-ally ron.g, too. It seems almost admiui-tratson of any opaity,
a-.urd to s peak of Wal, street as "the and during the demio.'rati, party',
i.tzintry," but from the standpoint control of atrfir-. it did all it ho Id to
that all tih- Iobusiu.-- interest- view it, s.r e-ery etterri, ,,tui
it .- a fat "
it a fac ~and private, and to make the "ar",
of tlhi- republic luniinouls. pl.rpero

LMW T ANMD DARK aa Its and night, sunshine andt shadow T euni,.r:,toi party lie- anl ot.-
art not more different from each other serve- to live be'lal-i- it i- paiiaty of
than a healthful from :t sickly woritan .. i .
':i healthful w%.-man carr."e wtht nd t it a -c always .untdo
siunmh:ne v.-th her wherever she goes t~tard- tle ri--i it, l :e-r loeiar
^^^^ The 4vom!ian ,

4 -piness and tlhe

f er can atiot
smiile .tand singe
12-hetalth in wor-an is generally trtcv-
Slate to d~s of the dielieate wromuaniv
cw-ramsn. in'womnen have twen re-
ilore-d to hxppne,-s bh% the use of Dr.
Pitrcm's FavomritePrescription. it est~ab-
ises regularity%. :Inrirswetkeuitw rains,
beahs inflaniniatior and ulceration and
ouiffs female weakness. It makes wevak
womencr strong, Nick woenen well.
-Ia fee'l it soy iut%- t ,o inf-orm ycou that I #wd
btelp.a mutUieq for maev vam-re~frumanervous-
ve-winth aft ift -wUptons sand camoalitons a
wines Mrs 0 N Ftmbier f TOWLexington. Ave,
"M Vark. 34 V. "I vwan constantly going to
af a phyrkian (W poombazg tmedwine towrthis
ORtha t CNOWISjuas Imy trouble* became -in-
Woovew an te S ofit47my bobeaud
. R 1W to tuy a Pavevile Pre-
oniptilon kr taking oage bottle ead folw-
to-a adiva I WOZ esinmd dt1 I took
clumI did los Ubeany nwsorme vewwm e
Wo I Cr nuibbfi olIwss 0v
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With n 't t jft i-ottle

i hat- )o4 itn-v -i -teadthaft iot istaly a.1'
OtielI~izill, I-a re -L ta lt e 4f Ii t t
t I at mrtt telN-w' vewe 10 tIt is pi

Wsae e-ti, from ato tluil';tpaper. wotearaa
..:dittorhas -:thtu iht'utiftobservant, o~thele,
Utlt I ei g :tu it o IC er- i ll
iThe-.ToooampnTilisun i. lad tiuhat ittotoFrnIk-
'-we-eall I'art 'agothat- I gra'- oofthsoe stthe-
!htThatUrt Athe New'- ike 7,''f hiLate a
* i-itefl.e*iaen)-N)hn a curd

holito-ar has been more (Ashim. itt.fatthe
following item: 3e 1A *are el
ihe aplaj. ibi~ .ioulghoorF-

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Watterson on Grover-Prefers Bryai
Sixteen to One.
S In reply to the charge that if Henry
1Vatterson is intent on uniting the
democratic party his attitude toward
G rover Cleveland andI David B. Hil
is hard to explain, the editor of thli
'Courier-Journal in an editorial says
"In his recent manifestation of poli-
tival activity Mr. Cleveland may have
been a disinterested man. If lie was
lie made a serious mistake in suppose.
ing that he roii.d contrilibute to th ti
d-lii, ratic tiarmioimiy. ilt we dlol'
tlilank he t ,- -intl'tr-tt' ttr lint I l( i
S ti t -, ;' i i- riw' r in ii, tl,:i. t li
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'artul, I ,'tish. ignor I I and vulgar

,i ,:go fortunem"l' :, r l ei g Ito* .

s -i d ,l iif : ,are skilliil',' ,f '. it lll;l o is
,,wn- it at i l ,ti and desire-.- i i. real ot ,.
,,i,- eve+r siito'' lie ia;ille a.f ago'.

I ae l cte't le U lii tilt ,ie I s t .it e ohi lt Vn -
tfi 1i, l:r- ever ,tail ,or e.oaiI boo i1", b>it
wmut l We hiave henr liir e thao alid
hiealld himnt ifi to nother-. He is aher.
i:rt ful, -li: li. ig aio other e tatd vulgar
ipr, i'e--ioial oloiticiati, liaiviinag had
ltlamt/.i ood fiirtud e a. d being 1.o-
s "No real eraf e kill ii n regarduit or.f his
own ek.iiitiwn ad ,tesirm.. Indi real-
Wet:ti:iral port Bryte -eue i t ten time

ilp1, liimioit if ii eo- iJe fotrtit or otherr .
It co;l:li hve It, other e -.1t hitai too

"No re;:l otelmnao-rat 't.n regard Mr.
('levelaald oti r than a- a mariplo t andl
wre,'k'i. i tweeb, him and lryati
w.. w,.:i port Bryan tean timiest
oe : i,., hiimi and Roo-sevelt we
woi., 1 i : Itoo-evelt.

tCI -lo 'l i qof ii- aiiidacy is a
klnni o,. .i-.t'i; r i t, not in his
Pinion 1:1r i n IIlit ,- ,; i iio d 1f thlte

1t- miif.i'ti" l u-i .-- n dt thlty ieanl
S ii -. ii ; taiIe io tle-

- it r tti., i j lie t a ,,, itii'y.i
'T'I h a till) 11f -' o 1 1111- toizethler
"Iaitt ir- .v l tii ti-:i4 i llt ex ,Iete-l tio
g.-t thle bet-tt-r the other. They lite
;i p.air o, iro, 'c--i, ial p,,liti,'ian.;"
na, uit lit e!-*. It w\a:t- ;i iliC'ky aeo,' -ioili
to Hill. \il, o \ lh!, l.v1, e -olliethiint to,
!,=e But, al a mliattler of fa-t (le'vet-
lanl has always outpli,.ayed Hi!.
"Harn, ,'iy sliould noit Ihe looked for
in that edirectlin. lReal harmony lie-
e.sewhere. Mr. Cleveland if lie be for
once in his life a di-intert-ted man.
anl only mnuiddle thin--. But if he 1e
'out for the stufff' as is his haiit atid
character, lie yet lias thl, capacity to
ki-k the mud in the aces of all who
follow him. Hence we draw the line
on him."
Oar View of Democracy.
'The Ocala Banner's democracy
teaobhe its editor that in the bands of
the people is lodged all soveriegn
power, and every officer-legislative,
executive and judicial-are public ser-
vants and are subject to legitimate



One Defeated Candidate Who is Op-
posed to the Primary System.
The C'rystal Rive-r News tells of the1
woes of a defeated candidate who re-
!ied upon the plromlise- madile hin b1y
t"e people, but who will not ,h .o s any
mriore. He sums up the eoosts antl ex-
pended energy as follows:
"Iost(I I imtonths andI :;;; days ceanvass-.
ini: .1:',4' hours thinking about the
e, etion; 1 bbl. flour, acres of cotton,
2; acre- of corn, a whole sweet lpotatoo
'ropl. 4 shele, 5 hoatls alnd 1 beef given
to harheencs, front teeth and a con-
-iderable ,quantity of hair in :I per.
,olnal -kirmisih, gave 97 jolugs of tobac-
co, -' pair f sbus.penders, 4 calico,
odre.-es, 7 doll, andl 1: baby rattles,
told 2,%s lies, shook hands ;17.' times.,
kib-ed 12'i Ibabies, kindled 14 kiteheni
tire.' cut ;; cords of wood, ptull,.l 474
Iudilidles of fodder, lopiked 774 pounds
,of 'ottonl. hiellotd to pull 7 wagon load,
of covrin, odi, 14 liusliels of potatoes.
toted -;7 1ttih.kets of wator, put upl 7
-toves. waw dog ibit 4 tines, watch
iro ike by 1:itY anid <-ost J.; to haave re-
pairedl, o loaned out .; larrels of flour, 54o
lu-ihes of Timeal, 1 F o0o l,,uild ,,f i'a o'.,
7 po nlill :* butter. 1: doli/.en ir-., ;
ulilm rella. 1:; Ito ad pencii I rI ow-.
11lalo-. liet. I over. o at. .' boxa s p, aier
collar, none otf whit'li have been ro-
tilrnael 'itdt- o' io'eit peratiu hulat-
ing liar. doI.tor'- biill .loI had difter-
ent argumeln witwith wift., result: One
lower vase iulashvd, I Irloman handle
Broken, 1 dish of hash knocked offthe
table, I shirt hosgol ruined, lihands-
full wl.i',kfrs pulled out, et. "

Hill, the tnkissed.
Ilavid B. Hill boasts that he never
kissed a wim-an-as if that was some-
thing to be proud of. He looks' the
part, though.-Montana Record.
It is ouly fair to David 1J. Mill to
consider the possibility that it many
not be his fault that he never kissed a
woman.- Albmary evening Journal.
As the Horn. Dave Hill has never
kissed a womas, extremes would be
represented on a presidential ticket
composed of Hill and liobhn _ile.

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In Favor of Adopting the Constitutional
Amendment for Relief of the
Supreme Court.
1" t )-. ',ht ti n ,I .t! tt I :, H ann,. ?
If all the democratic voters of 4 i'or-
ida had knowledge orf the Itad ctoni-.
tioln of litigants, tion of our Supreimie Coturt, they would
linot hesitate toi vote foor the didolption
of thie Constitutional Anendment fior
increasing the number of judges,. at
thte next election. AAnythini toi ave-
the long delay in -ettlinIg cai.s will ibe
acceptable to tlioe wholl have suffered
from that delay.
I ani interested in a &.ase which wa-
triedI in the 'irOcut ('ourt ot thi,
county in October, ';, resulting in a
judgment against a cororoatio tn for
several thousand dollars. The case
was taken up to the Sujpremlie I court
Solmie tibile in the Siring ,,If 1' i,,.
judgruenit was affiratiedl. In,.teI ,of
payinu.. this just debt the al,,oeratioii
.till -conitinuedo the tight, clailmingli
that tht-e judgment hadl toi be revived 4
or something of the kilndl. anld tlhel'
'ontendlilng that it was a iot revivt.dl
righlit, so tiy o,',,ulo ht|ave a prt.*.xt
for reftu.iing tity. Wthel I e
here dtcidelt against hI i ,t ti
thi- pr-tet el itd efen~ ., thl "v i .. k '
'-tase again to the Sullremie (',,i. il
there it still is and I e ,; e ateil



1We favor the free coi:age oif silver
lbtec:ti-e olr law- f.iv'r the ifr'. t t i. i-
agoe )of aold.
4 uir individual elijef ii that neither
i'ldhthii: s-ilver should lt' coinelld free,
atml ie-ither lie il:tae In,,ne'y.
When il atid -ilver were ado a-. the mlediumn *of exchIange for :ill
pfrotlucts of huillian laIhrM that nionenfit
the peolle beenile a- t :ay in tlie pot-
ter's hands andi i')tt,.e- l'e2atle few
and the clay a% the sittids of th' .ea.
It has scarcly been a week %incr.
we were convelsiig with a gtnItlelia ii
whio, hlia just returned from Alsh-ki.
and lie told us thI t lie -aw in one datl
two, nuigets of gold t:,ken from one of
the mines there. The fortunate on it er
took themi to o)ne of tile banks. they
were placed onl i the scales and weighed
and for one he h w S given '-1,0moi and
for tiie ,theri --lo.M.
If it is possible to, otailn inll.zgets of
gold of that -ize fronm the earth it is
po-.-iile to oiltain great deal larger
one., atnd while it i- imitproblabl. it i-
tiot iiimpossile to discover a iounitain
*,f golhd. and if that were done lt t
d"t-tiny( of the whole world d would lo,
at tlti di-.o al of a siirle individual.
So. followed to, It legitimate concilu-
ai'tai. it will tIe seen that the policy of
making gol d uind silver money i.s
wrong and place- the population ,of
the earth at the nmer.y of a few nmen.
If money were made of all article
that possessed in it-elf no intrinvice
value this could not lie the case, and
oun man would not he given any adl-
vantage over another.
Paper, in itself almost valueless,
should toe thle money of an enlight-
ened civilization.


IIn liI letter for oiiagot froni hii- ldis!rict, Sp-ak r Not lonig agoi there t a- a *2l4 ., ,
ilH ender.oi i:u y fil ocn sionli of m .b, la'w ni .i '
n t .: : '::-m : un T enw law w:-et it o 1 i
I* \ p lI- t : 't i i; i. at! o'l.t <', V il W '
: ..I. ,, a. .Th i iri u it It w :
i : te. l :, .: :: t :! ::,... ,, : : *,..,rt. i n ;-. t i lle ll ,f th a t o u tllkty A io i Ul .
S* '.: n,< ;., :u <, ,:, : '* "* .:,' ;: < .. o ', + '-. v it r..' e,.et>l w ith it- i,,.U ;l -- 0
j :l! <^t "m. -y:a-t:. .,I, h.^ ,^ Upon ter,.. laid .i**w" ':ti.1 dem al: n ,I j
"i t : U l [eill ll ,0. ....i.:0111
; i \ ">1 it i ;' ti : \V t ... T"" ... .t.. ,le n i f ; i
I P ','- .i:... .t.. .. .. ..,t by tho e te w i t.lii l r
:or It atI '.:e< !, -t f r.n r .. t ,e blood of a murderer. \ t tth -tar *1
j *. .'1t .d t .. ,- : : lin the | tw o f th e sta e w -r' ... '
i t10t tr stat.r I to secure conviction f.or the rlilt
! The "services" here lspokvi of by and riowithstainding the fact I tt i l
Speaker Heidersion an to wiitw h hlit I ueathh penalty. uider thle law. -
Siven wenty of tle best yl of |,,ral certainty, and now il a-t *
hlis life, is that palmperd policy f I the civil and military -f It.
'protectionli which l lias placed tlie state were it thie dii- i.- aof Itle &r', -
Amiierican tarne-r and the Americaln erior, that ,i'.-ial oi-dl-I lhed ri- a1 '
lablort-a oan ain uat i liual l*oootiiig with of that mol, toolittatte the bi.-le t'-
his fellow-farmers ailld t Il,,orers in ter of trial and tlimie of pa-ill-i'-1"i- i ',t
every portion of tile lobe. the culprit.
The I1crmimlan farmer. the Italian lie, the governor. r e lul |i-li.''
farmer, the Freichi fariner, and every IBul.o k of the flifth jni. -i:.'tl .it r ','
,other farmer iiin -:tilope, A.ia, Africa, in h,. th oiuv part of at rdiili i -* *il
Australia. Soitli Amterica, Mlexico', f thie circuit court !, r :srt ii .- **in' i
I' lina allul Jaipan, can tbuy farmingii o adiourn tih t olli* rt taI l o L t,.. ,- W-
inijPthliine ts of American manufac- tervihle ili hol :a 't, im i tLrniii '
titre ,lileatp r t lian the Amierioaai .uit e ,.iirt tlli re to \,a :t- ,'all. L I
farmer tai buqy ildent tically tlie l valuee ,,f (ti e l i iiiadei r i'i rlrtl tl *,
implement at i rate s-o marveloly threat of tlhe I1mobh that i te ; i *-
lower tliat tlie American farmer cut was not tried, otonvi'ct-e. t,-:iin t,
scarcely be made to Iteliev. it. d I a Aitli in i-, thai *,
At first llhis pliey was instituted \v k'. tinie that it w.Ii,11 take sl.
to "protect" what was then called is..oner a'ndt kill him without tlie ll't
our "infant industries,' lut said in- and in defiance of thlle law.
dustriel have now;grown hoary head. I believe that the action of a .,ver.ui
ed with age, and are protected now Jenningon that o.caiotn lhad lmorei
taore than when Henry Clay inaugu- evil in it for the state of lorda ti-a
rated the system. the dominating violence of that mon.
What American farmers think The logical consequence of of that s.ort of friendship, and wlay ernor Jenling's yielding to mob wI int
8khuld it he a matter of surprise thai a mob law at Humeterville is inow
the Iowa farmer is at last calling a nd o a uplicate rvCuMie fiol-
halt on a friendship that makes him lowing close 1 in that disgraceful affair.
pay double as much as hi neighbor an that way of ,ispeing of eriti-
acro~se the sea. inal lis seemingly already a vultoiil
I under the workings of tlhi system superior to law and order in this state.
not only has the American farmer to ) urdere.. of Mr. and Mr,.
pay more for the im plemeNts he, IIiofit;o f "r. a id Urn
pay more for the imuplemetat he us Lewis of Ivy county, are in jail at
on his farm than does his neighbor in e;aineevile, out of the oijunty in
every other portion of the world, but which the crime was eomuiittet.
lie hal also to pay more for every ar* They are .fe from the motto, or if nt
tile of domestic. use of Ameri,.an ,ift. they ought to be, and can to
Illnan facture. % y gh ,a i.
il Am 't i iThe regular terin oi i.evy .irvitit
l. Amnerican h ol.usewife hias to tpay ..,rt will e hel i. a few week.
more for her sewing machine: more .hurt Wthelle ian oie trie a few wekt..
n~itr P nr .,e lllg stive; itore'hll h q I whleni the ,.ase t(all lie tried awl, j i-lt,,r .
for lher o.oking ,staove; more for ... i ,.l '
kettles. po i aete out. There ito I fa-rdly a 411 t
'k v l m "s" !t{at these tw ,o m lirater we % ll, i, -l't
evIr1 garm ent s.l- wiil: A -.. ,*
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Sresponsibility, and howhimportaut t)ldt 4k dip
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iVCorsad~Pitiable suffering .and inrk' M4 .latt s" AVU' ~u~thif#,*
giveser" erpins, catarrh of t~hm noeand
swellings biad14.we ;1U14a
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Su.mter Follows Marion's Example.

Was This Our Stetson? Tl'i.- ,iiit,! o ,unity Tiles i-s re-
J, !:: I -*t-,lii \W :.- a t tl i',:l joKii that itI I1 ,. ,,d, rn l. iniovellielit
t:* r h e rel n thiig fo r uIll- ii that .oiinty i. :ian altuial fact, it
i'l,,l i.:.ultes'- .sqo that tle -ei ured anii having I duefinitetly decided to
I! .e-t ti.:,t -uited himi. On ,,ne -c ,begrii at once a hardly r,,.il from Sumu-
,'aii lie- .e-. nt a lot -,f monliey pra- ter\ille to ( oleimaln, and the Timies
|arili a -al.e-tacular play for the holi- expresses itself as -ontidenlit that this
lday e-f.son at his Bos.ton theater. be.gininliili will finally result in all of
"iei the. Stene painter ha.i finished ii the li most ilmortant roads in that
hi.s job Stetson reviewed the result- i county leing played. \Ve are glad to
:nid reluarked : know that our neighboring county has
'It appears to be all right so far as taken this highly commendable step.
yU'Ve, It e t We must h:ve a (,'(ol roads aire a great convenience.
-11aw ',-ene." as ,ur leoplle well know. anid are weil
"Why," renionstrated Ihe artist, worth everycent theyeost.-Lees aurg
"the whole action of the pixy pas-,.'s ('annmmercial.
in the tropi,-s. How -anll you have a
S t' -Raised From the Dead.
1 i" \'.. landis, Iporter for the Orien-
'"'hat s all right, returned Stetson., ,
"Jut y'.u go ahead and paint a ni te l hote ( aut sas
trouaIal 0ow s.enle.d-Bnoklin tlve know what it was to sutler with neu-
trolhi'als .iow sene."-Brmooklyn ha-
gle. i ralgia and I got a bottle of Ballard's
gle. i now Liniment and I 'was raised
Stet-wn l ha- since owned an orange
nroveii. Florida and was wiser than from the dead.' I tried t get some
the artist kniew. m, rre before I had disposed of my bot-

tie, I was cured entirely. I am tel ing

Si v o Oif (l ITY To'r i ,ol. Is. i the truth." '>e, o)ko i aid ,.1.imi at tile
LI.1- ?('a N',IV. i Aiti-Monopoly Drug Store. mII
IiA.N% J.C('iiNi- mniake- o:ththat ,
I e i- the -enoar partner of the tiria of i A Now WrisIe in Advertising.
K.J. tl.e City.f e. countyy and state isis being fitted up as a floatili- exposi-
aforesaid. anid .aid tirm will pay the tonrica goods at Seattle,
,.a.t lshinigttan, sao3s the New N ork Te!-
t i : t' f at egramin. .\lo t Novetul r 1-a she will
tht .-:tliitt ic -tr'i Ie lo iti t, 1 ,,f legin a six month's cruise to poi'rt- in
I i lu- Itu ia, ( China, J:iapani, tile 'hililppines.
FI .\NI J.( 'Il-N\Y .Straights- Settlenient-, Indi%, Mauri-
tiu-, Smothl Africa, Australia and the
a t efr e a i ae.t 'Salidwitclh Iland-. ear'rryin a paity
inniiy j I r,'er'nr,'. til- i thli d:avy of itD ;
,. *of nAmieritcan manufacturers and ex-
< e-itl"e ..A. P. 1 ir'. t(1. .
S_ hilit:- a -l. I .. ( a )N ic. A Panie at Birmingham.
I Notary Pul. Thehiloh colored Hapti-t church
Hall's Catarhb Cure i- taken inter- was holding a convention at Birning-
nally and a<-ts dire'tlv on the blod
tiol huuie, durfce of the- ytem. lam saturday when two men en-
a 1rind for tA'-timonials. free. gaged in a light and the crowd mis-
F. J. CHEINEY t CO.,, Toledo. ) took the cry of "tight" for "tire" and
gW Solt d y Druggists, 7.5. J a stampede and panic ensued which
__ resulted in the crushing to death of
The Florda Cattle Raage, Like the seventy-eight of those in the building.
hisose. Must *o. BRooker Washington had just finish-
It beomem more and more apps- ed speaking. He was unhurt.
rent every day from the report of the Water Cure for Chroni e Coastlpatioe.
males of Florida land to northern and Take twoi cups of hot water half an
western cattle dealers, that the open hour tieftre each meal and just before
range of Florida will soon be a thing going to led, also a drink of water,
of the past. A. a matter of self-pro hot or cold, about two hours before
#_-&i& 0" i _u V-A Mti.61, dim^o *

MCen 0 Ofl

Timbers of oak keep the old

ment to e voted up on that, though I Alabama Paper Makes a Comparison.
II'1 ;I-t W!. a "4t'liI ldt"' ired, +hllil*t The Jaekonville Tijna-Inion antl,
i r re.f {'iti/.en -iolits inll thile fact tlihat in tilhe
Til "! .1 :. ie iidriei, t s a- f.,i- tire n in, i rtauit appropriation lIill4 of
the loni ,-- .in--and public builiing.
A K. ... --Fliida really outranked till tilhe
: ,. ,t.:. 'tlton state, a- this table shows:
S. Florida .. ....... .;, II
t, 4 o .1 isipia ... ... (
'' I '.. a'- to Alaban t ........ ..
South (i'arolin ........ rrMliNy1h
I h :: ht Crnit Ju.' North 'arlinla 1.:,o
TS :';:;" 'ltt, v the verIr. M lissi ip i ....... .' .0,4 NMJ
E. ':-., ,v ,-vinate, Ot.: i;,j .h.oa:; hold Thitre were some appropriations in
""" .', ,, It .vt thie other general appropriation bills,
*-1 N*vO-1- ,%- .. inh: r -vat: : t lbut these were well distributed, and
*ti l ,i :, t Ju ., i ., n .,. tlie relative rank (if the "getting"
S--i :. ,.ch t. u, states is not changed lay them.
', ,,: t. ,,,-.,: co t Out of the three first liampld lills.
S" .. ... n t ty year. the Times-Union anudi(Citizen shIws
S, :w ,.. iv : -,c> tr that Florida got for each man, woman
.'. tl.,n ri 1 ';i ,i .ttiln. ,ll | alnd child of her population ..i. :"
n "" -, ";' y ht rese i lAuiisiana, $'.3li: Texas. $1 *% Ala-
e.ll r m e : y ,,, ,. n ,a ,m, ,,, Qb'I l 7 ; S it h ( 'a r o l i n a 4 5'-
'*,* ., t t.-.h t,, O b i- a ign (d. e;orgia, l o ; Northl Carolina, ;3ke, and
S :. -,: .. t cult ul wh h lie Mis.- iptpi,1 s: or, inll proportion,Flor-
ida got three times as much as Louis-
S .. : ,, -.. ': .* ,',',", iRti'11 unti t1,i' iaia, over six times as m ucli as Texas
*. e h I a. .',t. 'e ,, i.and Alabaia., nearly seven times as
-. u h,. :,!,i at th l much ims 4 etorgit, over fourteen tiniep
,. ... n- i',- .. a! m .h as S'outlh 4 a 'l rlin twentV-
S:: t !' : i. li I.' two in i,;a.. h as North arolia,
7 .. I! &ii atl thirtly-ix times su hell as M 1 i.-
S +, .'' ; v: c :. t j ..<,^ i,,,!,. t c, i sissi.ii i -all in 2-pile of the fa-t that
S : :. l :n h;l v.: 1:y con. Florida's delegation i- the smallest of
1 u t: (t1 ,te ,x ii' m theirth-. tlie stat- iitaned. lBirniinghami Age-
'.' T -' : I ?n t .f a J..e.t 'I the Citc -its raid
.. 1 ich t. i r such divi,.in,. the
*.* ,l'.,, h' r,'-id, nc'Iav be iuV.luded; and Tot Causes Night:Alarm
.1 t,'.,i:' ,: t a htion ri c ur. it ?-hall ; t,. ,. 1 .
t' c t .... -hl i '4ie night 1ily Ibrothlr's baby was
..". I' til 1, W tolher nou*lt J'dlta.'upon uch i iyestiot taken ith croul," writes Mrs. J. r.
S,'Ti i m '.. iit Ila. '. The salaryy ot each Cilcuit Judge Snider., of ('rittenidon, Ky., "it seemed
.... "'. we ,. w. thousand Si vei hund:edd ad titty it would .strangle before we could get
,-t.,-. a dot-r, 'o we gaveit Dr. King's New
;lIi lilTo ny k knowledge several of the cir- doctor so we gavit Dr
fi ,,-P Meto .Di.scovery, lhich gave quick relief
h .t m m.., euit court judges are really ovetrwork. -and pernaently cured it. Weal-
S' r ed--- d that there is need for reliefnd r nty cured Weal
I' *lb here there is no doubt. ways keel, it in the house to protect
t,1 n The circuit judge are appointiv--- *ur children from croup and whoop-
:. ,. hould e he. appo -- ing cough. Ite ured me of a chronic
;..n- they shouldt elective, nd I trust .bronchial trouble that no other rem-
.i ,nt, that the next legislature will provide edy would relieve." Infallible for
an amendment for submission to the ou ld ro ndl ble.
, ^ .I. ....h coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles.
people making this change. ic ad1.Trial bottles ree at. the
-A government for and by the peo- Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3
S.'t a ple is the oldest plank in the demo-
""' rali platform, and the fiuodamental low Boat for the Ocklawaha.
-.o,-, foundation of the Anerican republic, Capt. W. M. Boyd has begun the
I land while in times gone bly this apl- construction of his shipyard here of
*- i-intive power of Florida's executive an eighty-one-foot recess sternwheel
m' ay have seemed necessary and justi- freight boat for Calptain Howard for
"* titlel iby the ienlighte- condition of a servi,'e on the Ocklawaha River.
1:t.t ,-f litr population. ii not the I he present steamer, the Mary How-
*' i ?,:r t il. r the treat as-es ofi tht.i l r< rti. lias e14-ae fouling t tobe o small
'' if t til.. thl-p l e iti t :illl oin w- for l lr- ,'i tp it heing lieee-- ary' to
ihe l o kinow ibtlii ia:.nlv wvll t a 'litr hlilci with ii rhii air lii-
:4T' .- "*o.,- ir t!iti., tn alt ;ir i i-. !if- ,11!. e li, -r "; !', itn ia1iiti n to le

standin It p)ay to use the

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rugged health, muen who ,e
bodies are made of the .sound-
cst materials..
Childhood is the time to lay
the foundation for a sturdv con-
stitution that will last for vears.
Scott's Emulsion i.'the right
Scott's Emulsion stimulates
the growing powers of children,
helps them build a firm
foundation for a sturdy consti-
Send for tree sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New York.
5Oc. and $1.00; all druggists.

Jerry Burnett,


Ocala, Florida.
Finest Imported and
Domestic Cloths. .
Cutting'a Specialty.
its Guarantead.
A Sign of Purity.
Bavarian and Rheinheit bottled
beer is the finest productof the Mont-
gomery Brewery and is absolutely
pure. See that you get the genuine
Montgomery beer. Every label has
the red pilot wheel on it. Ask for it
and guard your health against germs
of disease. Forsalaat all first class
saloons. 4-'23
For sale by J. F. Edwards.

the years..
right .otuff.
"Men of




The Key to the Cure


of Mt.a

GROVE'S CHLONIC CLL CURE tis prto m of a
p Mt MMc bitter taste prepared especially CHONIC CHLLS,
composed of the following wea known vegetabletonic and blood pr :

Fhod Extract PERUVIAN BAKJ, Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT
Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract' SARSAPARLLA

Iff for ordkuary chills, a sweet or tasteless chill tonic is prefured tahe
the Old 25 Years Standad GROVE'S TASTELESS CHLL TONIC but for
chills that other chi tonics don't cure.

Free with every bottle.
No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50 cemts.
Always be sure its GROVE'S.



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Hubbard & Macduff, ocala, ria.



good meat we. .y a.,. .well .,et
it alone. There. is no strengatla
in tough meat-inotead (of iv.
ing, it take. strength too diet
zSit. It pays to t careful in
S,.buying meat be ..o get
L 2the best-tender and ehoie.-
S lPay a little more if need e andmI
S- LI 7put something In your stompach
go which will [ut "Aesh On your
. bones and strong hlood in your
5i heart.

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A New Furniture Estabjishment.

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hit'.ttLie ill this 111t. i~f trade for
'-,.v, uIal yxea i'-ad miade 'a -tudy t f it
ii ll : t'. Various illaas-.

liazti'e a- Iiext 0t,1116't1"it. lie CUaaae
hetre as. a little lii' hE'lE it= tlaal-
'ulzilly ideltiti tied w~ithti lie 1iili'te as

A fl er 4.~il-')lt' I z hai i- stU lt w I IIvI-k 't" .i
4 114t'alu li.t'f i t ol idt-tiill. Ili- edtuca t io ti at
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FIIIIAT -UhnYou i'cfti to cYour lil You di YOU ~i I

lI 2.~ ''I 1111%:t: Ju Zt 9 55 t L CI5Itt 1 Iit (it? 11i.

hate to <.t :yn f' f,-w .min t'u .-ar rt'i rI tLI' n ,o l l' t \ don l that i- if You v ,'
i- 'o.' tloo go ,d for4' thhin. aiHd p,,licY, i t,- STATE LIFE is the BeAt. I -: '. I
Indlianla always iiulds 'no1( lu h (1 t, ic" c 'ni);tlnv'- I;'')p::I.- to i'v itv li:)hiliti.:- '. het, .
Thalt- one caulsC. Here' th. i othel.r [th ri. i e only ,i t,. !c*:,-t It Pays Larger Dividends
any other company in the- [nit 'd States, ii ''iy making its It -i cot t i t..-i:tn -. It -
Tun Thousand Dollar policy to somnt oun wvho \ill prove that this statement isn't tr11 N. '* '
not writing this "ad" just for fun-it c.)st money. I want you to write me lf'r a -:.im1p!!, 1'i6'u\ '"
your ag1e. And if you don't object to receiving al)out fifteen minutes of entertaining intll; It' K' i' "
call and talk the matter over with you. If my talk gives you "that tired feeling" I% ill I' i"t '.
for a year just to rest you. That's all. Just write to


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f t1%, u*scre .- y were (hn)
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I~ ~ ~ ;;1' 1 I Ut,-EAllyamild -say!.
LI .-iaI 1:61 rvilmiried thilt
i 2t t .i-sa."-i I, limp *rne~and
'. tilt- t.0 -aii.U
IMrf lit M %r*i. 4 ixarl" Rhol-hiuauer re-
Ir i .*%I I j,-peay trom -New Yoirk,
maw-unaxsn anid omp-b're rt-,orts. They
ail % hor u'anirr two~t delightful-
1 saud rwt ur ~n aA Itimikiuag the em-
41.ooa "j. at 4of htealit

S.,i. lhit, Ikvi-. a out in a state-
h.-Ut tIhat he will not run for con-
gr., asvy asiore after this term. State-
WIi,, of that wrt from our public
m.a-b arre Ilk Itip V. n Winkle's
drilke.. they d<,nl't 'ount.
Mrsaaltor ( all i. president of a cor-
lliratliou in JakAonville that owns
4**1* ma-re of land tear Mcl ;irt's creek
whi. ia the -fto.kholders want to con-
vTert iituit a ity and annex to Jack-
-1 vile tyan el*etric railway.
Sps-aLk:ttrag 'f tihe lI vy 4-ounty V-aie
tI, Ja. k,,<.n N. ,... Mtro|loi>- says "the
a -. f 'Pi s-tt." 0l'sian why was aln
e .',S i :tt t l.-* *,..;.rr }vtl ld onil the
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They ~ iii keep -Iamie vet-ry legat;
ailt =llle llaItfii nl Trhlt-- of It'ur iliii', '
anli tlie want.- of l'i ,las-! of LIcuaitiers
will toe ,overlo'ked.
Bly thoroughly attention to bu'linei-. .
keeping a watchful eye on the mar-
kets, secu'ing bargains as often
a- they are offered, and taking
advantage of all the ins and outs of
trade, they holi,' to merit and retain
a fair share of the patron se of the
people of (lcai.
('all ion them, see what they have
in stock, obtain and compare their
prices wiuh other dealers, and if iyou
are satisfied that you can save moIney
liy trading with them, and that their
goods are of as goo id quality ns you
'aln get e lewhlas ., iive toli-i thle 'n-
<',ourageilenit of your patroinagte.

The W. J. Chambers Shoe Co.
''lTIh above liaiied cl organized aturday and a-m : I
starter in the line it propo--,s to pur-
sue ha.s purchased the .1. M. Neely
-tock and lease of store and fixtures in
the Marion block.
The Chambers hoe Co. will con-
tiuue the sale of the Neely stock at
prices already advertised and will
immediatley replace the goodA with a
ten thousand dollar stock of which
fuller details will be given hereafter.
Mr. Chambers is a successful busi-
ness man.
He is a successful farmer and a suc-
cessful merchant and is as popular as
he is succeesful and will prove a val.
unable acquisition to the buinut-s in-
tereets of Ocala.
This paper wishes hini, and the
company he has organized, abundant
Just a Little Bit Queer.
Mr. M. 1. Williams, a prominent
lawyer of Arcadia and a former presi- <
dential elector, says a very curious
thing in thie .lavk-onville Metropolis
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It.w. -'th ).t that '-I tto.' t hilt.t- N% ithx
t~iltp-iti~e tjt:I I:-i -.4.a'i ha'" 'I:1li

o ras aa-aI.A-m". It.ha1!.li11hi'r .

h 't ItI fil IallyI

Ed Jeffords Buys Out J. R. Jeffords.
SMr. ld .lfll;,rd lhas lpurcha-s i tlh-
l1t-i,.+s that lha,-s Ite'ln monlttli-ted iy
J. It. lell;rals for tlhe past s-vein year-,
at lt'ecorner allof t. Hanmis-oii avenue
and Cleveland str-et--. He thoroughly
understand- the utin :iess atnd is lper-
sonall quite popular, andt will no
doubt itdo a v'ry sttlivsf:ctory lu'-.ine.t-.
Mr. .1. II. J.elhrd.s will at on a, lpac.kini: ltou-e and dtevi ot al! of ht:,
tilile o pIt ia'kilg: aindt shippiniaZ flilit!-
S;midl v,.-,.tale'-.-('learwater i'e-'-.
Mr. E-i .l!l.,rd- form erly 1,-ihlt-d inI

Does it Pay to Buy Cheap?

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p1iv-mlat me lie at t vv k. TIe1.wLiv A ''t a ~~ trel hEfI.!I
wt 'itliu Il a- at last 2&liatell aiild tip- aJrli r 1 !iiugj IImayten terTl' ie rutIV
(;Ztitervili tvt- have takenadvaltiaur'fm- tile I litedlStates !efa l 1h le
11. iVeuor =11tul'l remember t it' (- Imit i-
o~f it woarkin- flthir gariden, which .ft14f1i r~lcs.a~adtk
:are very nive. w~arninig.-
3lIr. (;. NV HuL ks and faw~ily are 'ek1w, n e 1Xct2.2l. 'It-
jorejiari'ig to imiovt'to L*Ale~t,,. r.. *. -* e 11 .Y 1-1 : *
Mr. Nigle Bailey, of Lee, 1'la., i- '.%.t: ie not t 1fakirg in' --..-<.k' ti~t, 1-
visit zing relatives- and friends ill G ;tit- "-!1 ;4 ra'. ild *:. .-tr-mz- !~t ;.tl:
erville thil. week. ki 1'i t~tt. '1 i't'.
Mr. William IM&{oaiin has again ~ti ~i ~~~t.; ~tx1vz'tzv"111 h.'
couue laoine. Welcome home IW illie .lnI22. tzit!,-' I t'' i k ii 2!)t
N1 liss ..4 qei'rudie Butler', Who hasloa et-I ..- 4, 1!:',\, c-': :-;r*'
slojendhiiag, !Cvuraal izojitli'.with her ..'.-i *- 2 ~ tt'-'t~~ :-2-
ter', Mrs. M. N.Il'z- left ''l'itin:'ay for ~': -l:: t 2 V. .i:
\\ ilol wabdial where -he will speatat ta few .\Tidlyet, thak'ei .:-11t 'i c.Hl u--
dav's with her' father and~ then go 1)tr iz-, f i-triare ini the p'.tit, of 4,111.
IL tt.Ib1i ig V.' her-e :..hewill at tendI t'l i I. tate.'' wit il t i.;' 'I.'. f lt
lI i Btler i-made manaay t'r'ieaad- lat-el' t etic j'''r-mi.diky' 1v 1 it'l p- ', '7j."1
wim rozei-riet her ldepart ure. \W t l'-t L't -,'verwwl''It %- ii. t itt 1 1- le 'r ~ic
-lhe wi'll vi-iit (;aiterville aui.'iii. auinc h ightci' ill tti#' 1~l't1 'tt
Ther ati Lone 'w'lt)-&ei Very .unade- !lc i i' l i~ ILl ~lt!'n ai
--te'i i ere 4x late. lttiair ioy, it i chair. Andt theeavr~'e iitii' Perry
though life to live, lbut'.we all have to leuingalztaaloi~t -'ki-celia to)
s.tanid it. Myv advice it., look before havte said thelt ast word'41ii.' tur-ned
you leap, and think bif. ire you speak. the latst leaf in file iw-a-rlI aldsr vaol ili az
All the lioys of Gaiterviilitt's turned of' political parefermenet whien the~y pUti
out Sundaty nitiht to attend l hureh aton r ftlegvri' .te.'
Heidtville. Rv ila ok l~Tlhese" are the woard., of I ha- 'I'allaliattsee
liveredl a fine sermon which wi&ll lie CrCj~llitaalteN'~alit
longreebrdbthswo were that its authority\ is good henc-tie its
remenherel b twarnwhogjto tie gwveraor, which was


It seems like those oak trees around
the church at Heidtville are very val-
uable. As your correspondent was on
the look out for -something of interest
he overheard one of the brothers com-
plaining about the (waiterville boys
using the oaks as hitching posts, and
even said they were going to move
their horses. Now, you fellows of
Heidtville, come down to ('edar
(;rove every time there are services;
we are always glad to have visitor
hitch their horses to any of the trees
they (hoose-we use them all for
hitching 1 .J stc.
With he-t wishes to Banner,
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Sejptt.nt;,!.r .;, i,. .

Happenings at Belleview.
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"1':i I',t a rNa''l-t V -it t ihi- irotLver

M r. A. I Wiiam- : a li n l't, haver

l I'Ie. v t :i-u g I huI jI r 'eov ivl. is v;-i .tai Nar. I .:-- '. !; :still I 'I

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rftuiriln d to lIhir <).-ala hlone. T"ll
,tllh' out-, tlouulh iiiilroved t il Is
stay at ratl';t lt Mlason'".. i?- still 1'1lI,>
fro ii, !hi. g ickln ss-.
]Dr. J. E. ,i''t.e. M.-srs. F. ]*. T"lli.-?-
ar, E. \\'. Ia;vi aind Tu',n llardi-, of
h h-,la l II wit lli 1 a.oni c lHo"D I' on r".t'urdlaty.
.A fr,,'tly c o'1 'lp in n11;,l- tllhall o,, ,

M1r.;,i.,i M r-. lIE ,.k, y arrivee l l-t-t
w\ .- k ;. i ,i ,t\, ,,<'.p ,tei u [ ti, .. **, f:i-
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9TH I NOflt he plumeWsr~qt
lo- he t(Itld i ae
Costs Ouiy 3 Cuts at Irqgits, 7'f.l1I%. 7111,I A-,
M-'Or m=&U 25 catmW toC. A .M@UVVT. M. C.- ST. LOUIS. 09
0 rpte'xor 1)W. Ualstol wie?. of IV&-. A'-- ig.f'T a
I have found Dr. Wiffletta TEETHIN A 6.&'lcddipe dadil1101004 d Faid 109 boo W ~ 4 "s 1% -
b007 was a teethIng child. every s" laaudj'..s:n d7WIM9 O 0 r '
TEETHUNA, and bean at race i ns tooS 4h UW0ESm o d. B
tht ay o in h fuertd Ihave ntny1% sdUpce a,& of#,- to. so bIto'g-04
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oTered in all kindn-s., to re:jemtber I
the political fate of his'lpredece.ssors. I --- .o 9 -- I
A Tribute to Florida's Confederate I
Soldiers. .L AL A.
In his address on the occasion of the v v
unveiling of the monutient to the
Confederate dead at Harrodsburg, C OI l I E I BI Al INI1 L A
Ky., on the l,;th of this month, ('ol.
Bennett H. Young, of Liiu;sville. paid l l il
the following beaurtful ti iiiute to the
Florida dead(: [ ratin'l of (' mian r,-ii lr J.* J.k ,
"Florida contributed f'ur of those
whoI quietly sleep their I .t sl-elp i l A I(,, T ( )(
thiis plave, made so beauti. 'tlii d kept )
with sichli teind i caire i !i> love of A '" -
this a'i uiaintniity !'~f r tihi-, % Io di thai t the soutl h ii t hi tr h t I l'nct .e I'rl t .\tt'tit,,ii t, tll I. l I '. .
iltmen, withldra\ l roi tl ir t.. x, | ,- ;.: et :a I .

Ipla lnit that I tlrav liir1 1 (]i. t f -i j It-Ilf

< !!l* Sam's C o0p and Oyster Mouse.

It. .-r i lh n i i IO''' .. .. 1S.M. HA NAH '. CO. .

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w,; tl.- l l ,t ,,,,l- a;i,.ve wiin w i't ] ,r l,,itl l.-,i,,.- in a l >,I'.. I ,' ; .,, i ,
rn,-l tIst lt,1.r\ 1i4 wl iu ih i Ia 1,,, ia l t i ll i1.. i, p r, ,o rt' < i, .
tr, ,ontlulln'o irf te" tlit-ir v ',,Ir.'"
liJ-t of ite kLA .H (',,,f tle.i, ut ri, l ;tt I at I ro l-'i NrL-, ,', itaiI-
thlf u:uin -, o4f tlhe fol,,!'iNin Florida
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IA terrible tragedy was enacted in
thi.4 city at an early hour Wednesday

flleI*.4'11g4r oft the St-watbo~rd Aii Line
ImIl Wiy lovttw*4-nic.ik-,ionIville anid
Iai i.'hav i ng I et infof rmi. that
atA IlL''a i-. h.,xn. wt'rt- noi~t as they

flhit- 10111-1 qIII it t. *..] t l~ ti. aiiII j'Ztreii,
t it.le th"tva.i ~lki truin 'ptollt.d
II. ~ btto Ihittr:Ilt .l.'.r and m albjad
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t. 'ia lis '.~&j..tlr.tatizIt t he blaak
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Mr. Sam Hasnah, Losse of theSmo..
toeuma Hotel. Saiildes.
Ocala awoke to another startling
sensation Yesterday morning.
A4 uisul a bt~l boyv was went up to
the room of' Mr. Sam Hannah to call
him and mn ret. eiviug no responset to
his vall tried the door and found it
loteked. Ile reported the fact at the
offi'e U1141 -'Ol le (1?Went t111)t.ld
fiorted topt-ii teflt.*oor. Nli. liamiuiat
'va" fnim (11% ~itilt (dead ill hi lheiland~
life hiad Iseti, .'xtinct f r'.ie vert-Al our-.
rha*l i~aiv .wert, *l(ttil tighltly ais
%%:i- :t-u. ti:1 tratii.hiin and :a ga.., jet
turtitat(.1i iiifll 110 J t hi'ked
li ke :, .t flof rt-tnei lii'''! su jo~itlt
Ile 1. %%-'A.vd1 i ~illy iivreasoii
fo lie rati-havl and Im oo i'~~oii ias-
evr i5 !x, ,1Il h- he*,I iii go-f i;it
It Ilat- l.II t io -3 I ill w1111 .2 -totli l an

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W e have purchasedd thl : i4' l -inl. ofl. .1 AM. \,..;< .1i. d
w ill coltinit t1he 'h ut pri,''e s;l, otf -i 11.,- i al 1t #. r, -*r -i *, i
,disp,,osA of. A Bigger and Better Stock it Coming.
and w ill b lirI n i ;i t,, d: s io rt,.-,l l tI ,. .b... ,,,%. ,n-

WVill w a lblkdled to ti -. liil'.

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The W. J. Chambers Shoe Company.

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brought to this section,

Prices the Lowest.

Call and see us.

Yours for Business.

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If A Burglar

Wants to get into your
house or store, chances are

he will do it.

If he does your valuables
[and maybe your life] will
be in peril.
Our safe d,(posit boxes
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We will about October 1st be ready to

show to the people of Ocala and Marion

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ftr -t.I wh. re-,i.i. t .au .luan tAau- d il
Iostai. Ia iuh alituate*d near the gulf -
Ail th.. woutlh.rn lwrtioj of .the repub- \ -
4 *0J1r .utig fri-nid attended the
S', ral-a Agraiuituial college e and i-
wry niu. it Au love ~Ith l'lorida and
:'" -:IsO, -::. D N T BE DE CEIVED
i. ,- -tittrely rt- ., and re-i dbi
Ia t.. i, if nuIt--ary we will vouch j C V
fer hi- ijit-'rity. H write that he A '-
a ulit ike to f aru i a 'itruiany ,to hell, p--
tlmi*.. the rahtb r-'ur. of hi- 0
r" "'ne*rc:t On account of price. Just bear in mind at the
rt.4-r ti- k- that til- riverir i.n Viga- 41p -- -
b .i ,1 tr a ,, a t- i .ae l',itledl direct- ^i --nl

quality of the goods always regulates the price, and
4i :.!- It,, 'J- ,t.f.'te 0
\ 1 o- 1. ,t fri 1. ertt "ltefore
r* r. a ? i 1 -.*til yuu a ;.-r-

S if -"ie when you want something extra nice be prepared to
',' I lt*q '1-Y "ft"aI' ei0tithan the cost
a. a.. a*.a 2 kflrl- of fruit- 1Ahrla ;-
I ti *Iit n* A -. .*. taut-. *t<*_

*' ::;' "" : pay just a little more for it than the cost of the same
It ,- I i* r t: t ur yoUi i 4

' article not quite so good. We are prepared to give
a Certain Cure for Dysentery and article

te"" iy nihdar you just what you want. both as to quality and price.
N. u .1.banI,, I rad(tfir i'ouLtyv, P'a. O
* I ia- tak i- L .! l-iily with diarr- .
it-wa, atl' waa. abM1ut *0 give uP thk i 4 11 0.
.,..- e,-,tatiuthe W e have the stock, the variety and the facilities for
a a. w af 4 411.t1Tit11o0-,0he l -- -
a .>--< r..uhgg,.t-trll that I take I.-
&a.d I arrhle-a Ien-mejiy I IuirLha--d
i tr;: t.e ,,-3:-- nt'ei.o handling the business, and, buying as we do, can sell
It it aty iv 11 -It! t Again ia-.t *umm 1r 11 1 1 --
I w A a.ufZit "": *" :'": '1L # as low as the grade of goods purchased can be legiti-
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mately sold. If goods are not as represented bring

.**. .them back and get your money. C

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I, New Goods Are Arriving Every Day

... 9*' Oyster Crackers. Cracker Meal, One-gallon cans Georgia

Cane Syrup. FORCE the New Breakfast Food, Evaporated

Apples, Prunes and Apricots. Cranberries. Mince Mar

Sfive-pound rs. New Mackercl. Assorted C kes. Etc "

-, pa A Greater V.ariety This -il; -Ij hTh]* Ev
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Our bu in New York. so ook outfor
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