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- ft F. E. HAEEIS. Editor. Transient advertisements must be paid fur Id advance. AU advertisements must take the run of the paper, unless otherwise stipulated by contract, and then additional charsrt- will be required. Local or read!*? notices, other than callirs attention to uew advertisement and loeai hand bills, 10 cents per line for Irst inserti,.-i. and 5 cents per for each suraequent. Bills for advertisirnt are due after the t usertfon, or when presented, except wbcti otherwise contracted for. All communications for puh.ication should be addressed to tbe editor. Cotn’aunicati ms pcrtaiuinir to bossiness, or remittances, should be addressed to the manager. Correspondents wanted at every pour office Marlon county. Con.muni ati'jns for uub .ication should be mailed in time to reach Tut B vnrsk office not later than Wednesday, to insure publication for the week intended. All of Florida’s big hotels are now open. Atlanta wants the Mitchell-Corbett fight* There is a deficit in Chicago’s treas ury of over $3,000,000. Atlanta is going to have a big Inter notional Exposition this year. Senator A. M. Williamson again has charge of the Phosphate Field at In verness. _____________ There is great distress iu the city of London and Ballard Smith says it is in poverty’s grip. The trade of Great Britain is duller than it was last year and gloomier times are predicted. The Jacksonville sports are pushing the preparations for the tight and are confident it will take place. Rooms have been secured at the Leon hotel, Tallahassee, for Hon. Wayne MaeVeagh and party. Suppose the farm products were just double what they are, would the distress throughout the country be any lew? There are “times and times aud half a times.” We have now reach ed the “half a times,” aud if things don’t mend we will soou get beyond the “half a times.” The World, through its efforts, gave tree to 30,000 children. Of the tremendous throug every ue got a present. There were thirty thousand merry hearts. , The Citizen has got as far along a„ te say “An esteemed contemporary.” The next step will be “Our esteemed contemporary,” and then watch out for a Mltchell-Corbctt boust-a-boust. It’s bouud to come. * The big publishing house of J. W. Burke <& Cos , of Macon, Ga., has been placed in tbe hands of a receiver. Li abilities between $90,000 aud SIOO,OOO, assets about the same. The creditors have been secured iu the sum of $35,- 000. A (Gycrgin. paper rtfering to General ’ <3S£wtA*4^. nß ,’ **** lhut he isa -"gladiator whose ltn.!!., armor has been burnished by tbe white bauds ot purity and truth.” This is equal to jthe most tropical rhetoric that can be spuu by any Florida editor. In publishing the names of its edi tor and sub-editors the New York Herald sets a good American example that other great daily papers should follow. The profile should know who the writers are aud this is but simple justice to the writers themselves. It is an American custom that should continue. __________ The Savannah News is censuring Governor Tillman because the people of South Carolina tiud it difficult to pay taxes. Governor Tillman is something of a reformer but he never elaimed that he would reform the ele ments and prevent flood aud storm, and his dispensary policy, which is saving the people of South Carolina thousands of dollars iu the way of taxation, is violently assailed by the News and other iutluential ue vspa pers. Give Tillman a chance, and if P * uwTSJirhev him down al cast hint Aside like the barren tig tretf. It will be no G >rgia. The canvass with in and withoV, he party promises to be red hot. ? A * r Mhe direction and inspiration J £om Watson the Populists are lo ifake a herculean effort an/ iuteud nominating a ticket from cou lUljle to governor. Already General Element A. Evans and Mr. W. Y A kiusou have announced themselv' '* candidates for the gubernatorial nomination on the regular democratic ticket aud the 'SSI*!'" ah News is urging South Geor •ito put forth / <t candidate also; so promised all along the line. The year has not been a fortunate one for the owners of railroad stocks and bonds. According to the figures of the Railroad Age 12 per cent, of the entire capitalization of the rail roads of the country has gone into re ceivers’ hands siuee the beginning of 1893. This represen ts 71 roads, or 73,- 090 miles of track, and a bonded in debtedness of $750,000,000 and capital stock of over $53-1,000,000. These fig ures are more than double those of any year siuee 1884. They point to the unsettled busiuesscondilion of the country aud the over-development of the railroads. For Over Fift Years Winslow’s Soothing Syrup lias -Men used for over fifty years by mill • Mas of mothers for their children * while teething, with perfect success. It soothes tbe child, softeud the gums, Allays aU pain, cures wind colic, and ajyrtjjiebellt remedy for Diarrhoea. It relieve the poor little sufferer ■ftyHidiiktely. Sold by Druggists iu lrHiKl? art “f the world. 25c. u bpttle ask for “Mrs. Winslow’s SGSIIr QBYiup,” and take no othei HOW POiNTS THE POLITICAL COM PASS? The hottest campaign likely to be fought in many a day will b® witness ed in Georgia this year. General t lemeut A. Evans is fight ing for the democratic nomination and while his friends take pains to let it be known that he early responded to the “call to arms;” that be was many times wounded, and surrender ed only when the last gun was fired, still the most prominent feature of his candidacy is that he is in full sympa thy with the common people; that there are great financial and other wrongs that eau and must be correct ed by legislation ; he claims always to have been in political symputhy with the needs of the people; that he has always opposed all forms of centrali zation ; has always been a firm advo cate of the rights of the states; is in sworn enmity against all trusts, com binations and monopolies, and is making his canvass along these lines. His competitor for the nomination is a much younger man and has no war record back of him, having come upon the stage of action since the marl alarums of war were hushed at Appo mattox. Mr. Atkinson says that the demand for his candidacy comes from those who desire practical aud helpful legislation; from those, though frugal and industrious, are struggling under the burden of financial depression, and who believe that it is in the power of government to briug relief by the consummation of those political re forms to which democracy stands committed. He intends making his canvass upon the strict construction of the platform of 1892, just as it was explained to the people. He says there should be noduplicity; no evasion; no hair-splitting argument as to the meaning of words;.no equivocation. He says that on every hand are seen evidences of depression and distress and that the stoutest heart is appalled by the shadow of impending finan cial disaster, and while the governor of a state can not deal directly with the solution of national questions, the indorsement by a party of one with pronounced views on these subjects gives great prestige and weight towards the shaping aud direction ot legislation and that the effect of a sovereign suite upon national issues eauuot be over estimated. 8o far as it may be iu his power to control he says the campaign shall be fought on vital aud living Issues. That the past must be consigned to the past. The dead must bury their dead. And so from Virginia is heard a voice that in that state political parties have come to a “ parting of the ways.” A partition wall has been erected di viding the dead past from the living present and henceforth politics iu the “Old Dominion” will be fought on questions of present moment and with men who are iu sympathy with them and who are not rivited to the mem ory and traditions of the past. A writer from Norfolk to the Baltimore Manufacturer’s Record says that the senatorial bon test that resulted iu the defeat of Fitzhugh Lee is nothing •u>re nor less than the legitimate “parting of the ways.” It means, he says, that the old leaf of history, blot ted over with tears, regrets aud with blood, has been forever turned, and a uew page presented to the wm-M.— V uew page requires nejg n ' en new methods, uew ideav The leaders of thought action in Virginia in ' Vjs-64 cannot, in reason, expect or hope to retain the leadership in 1893-94. More than a generation has passed away since then, and the world has moved rapidly on, while Virginia has lingered by the way, meditating re gretfully and naturally of the pust, without fully, firmly and fairly facing the future. The times demand new men, younger men, schooled uot so much in the arts of war or iu the arts of the politician developed during and subsequent tothe r onstiucli< u pe riod, as men schooled in statecraft of more modern paterns and ideas. It is not because the State of Virginia thinks any less of the “old,” but be cause she thinks more of the “new.” more of wLatisin store. It may be truthfully said that the young South is in the saddle, but let us add, their faces are turned forward instead of backward. It is a very hopeful sign indeed. It may make some heart burnings and not a few regrets, but it is the natural “piartiug of the ways,” the division of the old aud the new. This is the condition anti outlook of politics in other states than Florida. How shall it be here? Sliail we con tinue to w eep over the dead body of Caesar? Shall we erect no partition walls dividing the innoxuous past from the momentus present? Shall we meet vital and living issues with men, who so far as the present is con cerned, are but memories, aud mum mies of other times. Shall we uot rather meet them with men wboi-e blood is vitalized with a knowledge of the wants of the people and who will answer their cry for political relief as one iu sympathy with them and sharing ttieir burdens. Anew political revolution is dawn ing upon our people. “Old things” are passing away and the “new” is being ushered in, and it behooves those wl o would do their country a service to get iu the (rack of its light. A Heals BBS | I Running Sores. | | Cures !j the Serpent’s j j ’ Sting. Q|* (BLOOD POISON stinate soree ami ulcerstli ,(( —yield to its healing powers // Wit remove* the poison and builds up the system A 111 A viluib.e treat! ve on tha JiaeaM an Jiu inauneni // \\imailed fte ((I SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. j|J Paper Shell Pecans for Seed. Splendid variety, fifty cents p< r pound. Jxo. H. Bass, Mclntosh. Fla. TRYING TO KILL THE PRESIDENT. Infernal Machines are sent to Him bat Discovered in Time to Prevent Danger- Loveland, Cal , December 29. Quite a sensation was caused In this city this morning over tbe accidental discovery of two infernal machine ad dressed to President Cleveland. The machines were ail ready for mailing Ad inspeetionof the machines showed they were filled with deadly and pow - erful explosives. A rigid search will be made by the police for the fiends who want to end the life of toe Chief Executive. It is thought that thv men who prepared the machines are free silver advocates, who wanted revenge for the Presideni’s action iu having the silver purchasing clause of the Sherman act repealed. The D ad Year. The record of events of importance during the year 1893 were most re markable. The Courier-Journal says that the very elements seem to have conspired with his Satanic Majesty in order to signalize the year in the an nals of the world, and (hat it will bold unenviable prominence there can tie no doubt. There were more great disasters, more horrors by lumi and sea, tbau have been recorded in any twelvemonth for half a century past. Death was busy, and he h s on tils list 'more prominent names than for many a year. ' Governor Tillman gives a great many reasons why the “dispensary” system is better than the “lictnse” system; and Floridians, tspecial y those who expect to become members of the next Florida legislature, would do w T ell to give Governor Tillman’s “reasons” a thoughtful perusal, and if it be found that thedispensa.y system works well for South Carolina; if it lessens the consumption of liquor; makes the temptation to drink less, and lessens the commission of crimes, as he contends, and at the same time largely increases the state’s revenue, why not make the law 7 operative here in Florida? Perhaps with some lew alterations it could be made very pop ular. A similar law has worked mir acles for Norway and has grown very popular over there. Anything that will lessen crime aud taxes and the j whisky habit ougiit to commend it seif to the favorable consideration of Floridians. Who built the pyramids? The king who ordered them built? No; the plain workmen win) added stone after stone aud stoue after stone. Who built the dikes of Holland? The gov ernment that ordered the enterprise? No; the plain workmen who carried the earth aud rang their trowels on the wall. Who are those who have built these vast cities? The capitalists? No; the carpenters, the masons, the plumbers, the plasterers, the tinners, the roofers, dependent on a days’ wages for a livelihood. Aud So in tne great work of assuaging human suf fering, aud enlightening human ig uorauce, and halting nutuan iniquity. In that great work the chief part is to he done by ordinary men, with ordi nary speech, in an ordinary wanner and by ordinary means.—Talmuge. - tr Coin,” is the name of a monthly paper published at Chicago, price 5e a copy or 50c for one year. It proposes to make the financial question plain, easily understood aud as interesting as a novel. We are much plaesed with the sample copy we have seen. 1-or the next few years, and until it is set tled, the money question, is going to he the leading factor in politics aud it is a duty every voter owes himself is to keep posted on this question so as to be able to vote intelligently. Coin proposes to give all the information a man needs. CHILD BIRTH • • • • ' • MADE EASY! “ Mothers’ Friend ” is a scientific ally prepared Liniment, every ingre dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro fession. These ingredients are com bined in a manner hitherto unknown “MOTHERS’ • FRIEND” • WILL DO all that is claimed for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diininirhes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book lo “ Mothers ’’mailed FREE, con taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sent bv express on receipt of price SI.SO per bottl* BfiADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ga. SOLO BY ALL DBUOGISTa, One of those peculiar porsouages, who would rather discuss a column of figures than a Christinas pudding, has been estimating the cost of the holi day just passed. His estimates are based on reports of the volume of holiday business collected by a com mercial agency. The sums and totals are all guesswork, of course, ,but as the possibilities are that the guesser is in the neighborhood of the truth, his figures are interesting. He thinks that the Christmas dinners cost $30,- 000,000; the decorations of churches, houses, etc., $3,000,000; tile china, glass and pottery purchased, $8,000,000; the books and other literature, $8,000,- 000; tbe pictures amt other art works, $3,500,000r the toys, $4,000,000; the candies and Christmas trees, $3,550,000; and the jewelry, trinkets and sundries, | $35,000,0ut), making in all a toial ap ! proximating the reserve fund of the ! national treasury. Ami all expended i because of one day’s celebration! I Verily, Christmas isa great iustitu j tion _ La Grippe. | During the prevalence of the Grippe ; the past season it was a noticeable fact i that those who depended upon Dr. King’s New Discovery, uot only bad a speedy recovery, but escaped ail the | troublesome aftereffects of the malady. This remedy seems to have a peculiar power iu effecting rapid cures uot only in cases of La Grippe, but in all dis eases of Throat, Chest and Lungs, aud has cured cases of Asthma and Hay Fever of long standing. Try it aud be couviueed. It won’t disappoint. Free Trial Bottles at Jaa, B. Carlisle’s Drug Store. Flower seeds for fall planting and. Bird Seed* in hula al The J. B. Sutton Company. THE OCALA BANNER, JANUARY 511804 The Mnsselmans Paradise. To enter it the believer must cross seven bridges, at each of which be must answer questions relating to bis past life Having crossed the bridges, be is at tbe entrance Thtre are thirteen doors. The first act is to take a bath, which gives to the body great brilliancy. This abode of delight is built of bricks of gold and of silver held together by a mortar of musk. Spring is eternal. Four oceans soothe the senses—one of water, one of milk, one of honey, one of wine. Waves of perfume en velop them, so powerful as to be noticeable five hundred days’ tuarcu away. Lastly come tbe castles of th.- houris—seventy castles with seventy rooms, containing seventy state beds and seventy tables ready set, and in this east!# 1,039,700,000. Tin* to each of the elect. He himself Las seventy robes of green brocade embroidered with rubies aud topazes. M. Camille Flammariou, a French savant, iu a carefully prepared analy is of the im-teorology of 1893, con cludes that the year now eudiug is the dryest cu recoid. The New York Herald says that since 1890 an extra ordinary dr ugiit has been gradually overspreading the entire globe. It now thinks the backbone ot this ex ir (ordinary drought lias been broken and that 1894 will be an auspicious year for the American farmer. Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If “La Grippe” has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding those org. n to perform their functions. If you me afflicted with sick headache, you will find speedy and permanent relief bv taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only otic at Jus. B. Carlisle’s Drug Store. The proposition to issue bonds does uot meet with the favor of the South ern members of Congress for the moment, but how lorg they are go ing to continue their opposition is only a matter of speculation. Only a short time ago Carlisle himself was opposed to the issue of bonds as well as to the demonetization of silver. Both policies now find in him their stoutest champion. 8o you can’t most always sometimes tell just how long our pub lic men are going to stick to one line of policy. Rankpn's j :i Buchu ! u ♦ and l ;; Juniperj i /Gleet. j i nTTfI Till I ij || jj JL" /Rheurrjatlsm. J 11 I■9l fl nA iKldftey Troubles I El ILJ 111 11. J /Loss of Appetite, Z sgj> © £3*Sses£ 'Catarrh of Bladder! i \Orine Suppression. J ; If you have any urinary trouble* ! of any kind, try a bottle cf ,thisj | wonderful medicine. It doesn’t < ;; cure everything, but it * ;; Is a Specific j" ;; for all ;; I Cicfnev Diseases.* ;; For sale by all druggists. Sold hv Jus. B. (nrliide. luala. Only oue drunk before his honor this morning. He was whiteand paid $5 and costs into the city treasury. B( turned with a New Years’a Feast- Miss Mattie Richards, oue of the controlling spirits of the Vatoldi Res taurant, who has been making a visit to her Gulf Hammock possessions re turned yesterday morning, bringing with her a magnificent specimen of a Florida wild turkey, which tipped the beam, when dressed, at eighteen pounds. The interesting feature connected with this dead bird is that Miss Rich ards, who handles a rifie with as much skill as she does the brush, drew sight on him and laid him low on mother earth. Bhe says Gulf Hammock is the par adise for hunters, as she saw fully 100 wild turkejs, and as for fish, all you have to do is drop your line in the wa ter and they take the bait. Captain Wingate, proprietor of the Guif Hammock House, one morning caught 250 pounds of fish. It is needless to add that Miss Rich ards’ trophy formed the basis of a sumptuous New Years dinner at the Vatoldi, aud greatly enjoyed by all who partook of it. Ocaia House E. E- and T- Office- Mr. Hugh Haycraft, the affable and fine looking 8. S. O. & G. It. It., tick et agent and telegraph operator, has moved his office from Burnett’s jew elry store to the Ocala House. He is prepared to send messages to every part of the earth. The Naked Eye Can’t detect tile microbes of disease, and yet they exist by the million. They permeate the system, pollute the blood and poison the vital organs. Disttse is the inevitable result. RADAM’S MICROBE KILLER destroys every specie of microbe and cures every form of disease. It’s the latest and’ greatest discovery of sci ence. No matter what form of dis ease you are suffering with it will pay you to investigate. A 50-page book" of valuable information free. The Wn. Radam Microbe Killer Cos., v LMigtu St., New York CU - Agt. for Ocala, GLO. D. 'JLYLER . QRS. ELMIRA HATGS*. HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS. Dr. 3TU*o Sfi'dical Cos., Elkhart, Iml. Dear Sirs: For 20 years I was trouoied wl'tJ heart disease. Would frequently have nuas-g snells and smothering at night. Had to sit up or get out of bed to breathe. Had pa.n la ray left sid* and back most of the titno: at lost I been:-. . dropsical. I waa very nervous end nearly worn out. The least excitement would cause me to THOUSANDS Eii with fluttering. For the last fifteen ye.irn i < ould not leep on my leftside or back until beqan taking your .x lirart Cure. I hud not taken it very long until 1 felt much better, and I can now sleep on either side or back without tbe least discom fort. I have uo pain, smothering, dropsy, no wind on stomach or other disagreeable symptoms. lam able to do all my own housework without any trouble and consider myself cured. Elkhart. Ind. isBB. Mr*. Elmir* n*Tcn. It is now lour years Since I have taken any medicine. Am in better health than I have been in 40 years. I honestly be lieve that />r. Mi Inn’ .V fll 1 M K_ M Heart Cure saved my life '■w * ■ ■“ and made me a well woman. lam now 02 y arn Of atre, arid am able to do a good day's work. May rath, 1892. * Mas. EImIBA Hatch. Sold on a Positive Guarantee.. Dr. MILES* PILLS.SO Doses2SCt. Sol bv Vnt's- l >’i >,t oly Drug store. Officers! of Kuigkts of Pjthias Elected Last N gilt. A. G Gates, Chancellor Commander; Herbert Crock, Vice-Chancellor; J. W. Lilly, Prelate; E H. Likowski, Master of Work; l‘. E. Williams, Master of Arms; L. A. Hendon, K. It. A S.; H. C. Groves, Master of Fi nance; W. W. Clyatt, jr., Master of Exchequer: B. D. 1 bulge, T. J. Owen and F. W. Hunt, Trustees; 11. C. Groves, Dr. It. lMzlar and L. A Hen don, Grand Rcpresen’atives; Otis T. Green, It. 8. Clark and \V. A. Bed ding, Alternates. The outer and inner guards will be appointed by the Chancellor Com mander. All of the above named officers wiil be publicly installed at an early date. ( has, E. aud P. M. Langtou, wives and daughters, of Kittery, -Me., ar rived last evening aud are comforta ble quartered at the Montezuma hotel. LOOK!READ!LOOK! Startling News for Everybody. Stock and fixtures have <o go withiu a very short time and the Model Clothing Cos., of Ocala, will shortly be a tiling of the past. We have decid ed to give up business and offer our entire stock of Clothing, Gents’ Fur uishiugs, Trunks aud Valises at such prices for the next twenty flays that will surprise and startle the trade, as we don’t care to move the stock, and yuvf. r givjjqr 4l:e_4**oysfck the-benefit. Everybody knows wc have new-goods, not shelf worn, motheaten, nor have we auction goods. We manufacture our own goods, and can assert that we can save you 50 per cent, and more on all your purchases, as we don’t care to take anew lease on our store. An enormous assortment of tailor-made clothing, in cutaways, sack, double breasted, Prince Albert suits in' do mestic and foreign fabrics of the latest styles, and are able to suit the most fastidious ias’e, but to show you that we are determined this stock must be closed we quote a few prices: Suits actually worth and sold everywhere for $lO go for $3.05; Caesimere Suits worth sl4 sell for $5.75; Dress Suits worth $18.50 only s7.7s;fine Corkscrew Suits sold everywhere for S2O aud $22 must go for $10.90; Pants as low as 75 cents; boy suits worth $2.50, for only 90 cents; Overcoats, good value forslo, we will sell for $4; Dress shirts for 40 cents, which cost anywhere else $1; latest styles in neckwear of all descrip tion. Trunks and Valises must go like everything else in the store and we will make prices that will surprise everybody. We propose to sell all our goods within a very short time; rath er sacrifice it in selliug cheap than pay freight. No use complaining of hard times w hen you can buy goods at your own price. This is a chance which only comes once in a life time, but you must come at once, while as sortment and sizes are complete. Merchants will do well do well to call on us and take advantage of this ex raordinary big sale, as this stock and fixturts must be positively closed and at once. Our goods are ail marked in plain figures positively no deviation in prices, only one price for all, aud goods warranted as represented or money refunded. Come early and convince yourself that tit is gigantic sale means what w r e say. Parties indebted to us will please call and settle, as we are winding up the busim ss. MODEL CLOTHING CO., Under Opera House, Ocala, Fla. DR. BARIiiY Eye, Ear, Nose ad Throat Specialist. SPECIAL AT PENTIUM GIVEN TO FITTING GLASSES. Consultation Free. OFFICE AT CUAILLE HOUSE A Lawyer's Opinion of Lawyers. Tlie bar of Carlisle, l’a., has refused I to admit women to the practice ot j the law, and iu justification of this j retusal, ex*Judge Herman says: I . While women may be physicians, | journalists, ministers, telegraph opera 7 i tors, clerks aud typewriters, it does not follow that they cau compete with | meu in the profession of law, where the ablest meu are found an i pitted rsg-iiustoue another, j There is uo gall about this? A Happy Man. We refer to Captain Win. E. Mu- Ray, because yesterday he cancelled $5,000 of his indebtedness, received a fine diamond ring from an old Tar Heel friend, a lovely watch charm from an Ocala admirer and -ays for his years, forty-six, has built moie miles of railroad than any man living iu Florida or the United Slates. W h.v then shouldn't Captain Xrlclvay Ue happy" i There seems to be a cool forbearance Jon the pirt of Jit ksonviile’s two morning dailies. the Times Unit n never mentious the name of the Citl zeu aud the Ciiiz *n never mentions the name of die Times L'niou. This is a strained formality that we do not think eau long con tinue, for it is just as natural for newspapers to tight each other as j it is for chickens of the male gender, ’and a strange cock having perched itself on tlie dunghill of the l’.-U. it is natural that the T.-C. should pluck the earth, ruffle t:s feathers and use its spurs on the stranger. The people are anxious for the fight to be gin. Human nature is built that way. ,A FRIEND Speaks through the Boothbay (Me.) Register. of the beneficial results he has received from a regular use of Ayer’s Pills. He says: •• I was feeling sick and tired and my stomach seemed all out of order. I tried a number of remedies, but none seemed to give me relief until I was Induced to try the old relia ble Ayer’* Pills. I have taken only one box, but l lee! like anew man. I think they are the most pleasant and easy to take of anything I ever used, being so finely sugar coated that even a child will take them. I urge upon all who are in need of a laxative to try Ayer’s Piils. They will do aood.’’ For all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, and Bowels, take AYER’S PILLS Prepared by Pr. J. C. Ayer & Cos., Lowell, Mas*. Every Dose Effective Bound Over Jenkins Lambright and Albert s. ; . - vens, afft-r their preliminary bearing before JmLe Hill yesterday afternoon, were bound over to await the•<:tied of the gram! jury. Their committal was the result of the testimony of Dave English, a ne gro, who assisted Dr. Barney Rhodes in getting the parties to acknowledge’ they did the murderous act. Albert Stevens was permitted to give bond In the sum of $2,500 for his appearance, but at this writing has failed to furnish it. Turkeys for Sale. At reasonable rates. Apply to Jeff J. McConn, and aud w 11-23 2m Sparr, Fla. Tbe Titnes-Uaio n’s Washington cor respondent says that Grover is pre paring to make some elegant New Year’s gifts to deserving Florida dem ne ra ts. - The debris from the World’s Fair buildings are being given to the poor of Chicago for fire-wood. If You Saw Your Own Wood and saw enough of it. your digestive organs may perhaps be equal, ostrich like, to any task you impose—even to the digest ion of lard cooked food. If however, like thousands of other people, you have learned that you must ‘ ’ draw the line at lard,” this is to remind you that there is a dean, delicate and healthful vegetable substitute, calw °o & COTTOLENE o° \ which if used in place of lard, permits you to eat pies, pastry, patties and such “ good things ” without fear of dyspeptic con sequences. There’s abundant proof, but none so convincing and so pleas ant as a trial for yourself. We invite it. For sale everywhere. Made only by N. K. PAIRBANK & CO.. CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. J. WISS & SONS’ PRACTICAL ORANGE CLIPPER ! Length, 7J* luchea. wTi^s?n <^*pl>er * ar * “nule of the very ftnmt mat*, be ript!^eu“ rr *“ tßd ’ *“ d fauuUUefeotive will IjlP.hJ <nmrt with edge* .Uffer 1. win . M. umn .Xwimk.w. \ flftv w Some Advice is worth folio ving. especially the advice make all your purchaw* i* the iine of carriages, saddlery and furniture at E. L. RUOT 4 CO. It's an advice to save money and you always save on everythii| you buy at this leading store of its kind iu this part of Florida. la the carriage department, we are offering good op**n buggies for MO. Top buggies from SSO up; Buggy harness from jt>.so: wagon h&raoa from $7.50; saddles Irorn $2 up. Also a full line of lap robwand blankets at prices to suit all. Respectfully, E. L. BOOT & CO. Ite tRATES) liet To Give everyone a chance, th<: Ocala Steam Laundrv has reduced J its rates on the following goodr Counterpanes 10* Tab'e Cloths 5a sheets lie Pillow Cases 3c Towels 2e Napkins lc N. J. JOHANSON, Manager. BURNETT,' The Watchmaker, ! MERCHANTS’ BLOCK V ith ar tre coiieofion of Diamonds and the Finest line 01 solid nd plated silverware ewelry. ecc., ever brought to Ocala. Headquarters for Watches. Largest assortment Lowest prices Palace Drug Store J, B. CARLISLE Prop. FINE DRUGS ANTE) MEDICINES WALLPAPER, PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES, BRUSHES AND SOAPS. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. J. M. MEFFEKT, Manufacturer of the famous “Square Brand Lime” LUMBER, VEGETABLE CRATES | ORANGE BOX AND BARREL MATERIALof all kinds LOVELL, - - FLA -, SEEDS - NLW CROP SEEDS, TURNIP, CABBAGE AND BEET SEEDS A FULL LINE of PURE DRUGS andEDICINES | SmiOHEBY, TOILET IRTICLES. ETC. Atri Ji rOh k.kAB ORVHaRD HPRISQIS WATER Th OMRSCj T S RJ’tiMIAM ALOOOUShOLDAS AND THE QUAUT* I Hawke’s Celebrated Spectacles, trv. i . . **• ANDERfcf/f*. dM " nolfiilf and I fttftiiJ D?Uitp)ot l-t Wli M ill BILLIAHI) ROOMS Nothing like them in the City. You find there what cannot bf found eisal where. Nothing too good for their customer*! Lovers of Billiards and Pool will hnd the tables unequaled, witfl best of attention. Gi W. LYONS, Proprietor