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The new capitol
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Title: The new capitol
Uniform Title: New Capitol (Ocala, Fla.)
Alternate title: Sunday capitol
Alternate Title: Daily capitol
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Brick City Print Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1893
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1894?
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, <1891>; J.W. Hanlon, <1893>.
General Note: Description based on: 1st year, no. 184 (June 10, 1891).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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will sell round-trip tickets to' Jack-
ille, limited to day following date
lie, for $2.50, account of special at-
ions at the "Zoo" and Sub-Trobicial
Position.
Special Rates F. C. & P. 1R. R.
inual August excursion tickets to
; Florida on sale August 27th, with
to September 6th, 1893. Live Oak,
b; Madison, $4.00; Monticello, $4.00;
thassee, $4.50; Quincy, $5.oo00; River
:ion, $5.50.
eating of G. A. R. at Indianapolis,
On sale Sept. 2d, 3d and 4th, with
hme limit Oct. 2nd, 1893, at $31.80.
r further particulars as to routes,
apply to R. G. BIAKE,
City Ticket Agent.


s Among the incidents of childhood that
stand out in bold relief, as our memory
n reverts to the days when we were young,
e none are more prominent than severe
sickness. The young mother vividly
remembers that it was' Chamberlain's
a Cough Remedy cured her of croup, and
o in tnrn administers it to her own off-
'spring and always with the best results.
For sale by J. B. Carlisle Druggist.

a Judge Hood and little Hood Harrison
returned home frqm Homosassa yester-
day. The judge relates in a very inter-
esting manner his terrible hardship try-
ing to find home among the many inlets,
and how he got lost, mentioned in this
paper several days ago. Mrs. Hood is
still at Paradise with Mrs. E. B. Richard-
son.
A party of Ocala sports visited the Red
7 Bevel country, a few days since, and pro-
ceeded to kill all game that came in their
way, regardless of our game laws, aud
concluded their hunt by carrying away a
dog belonging to Mr. Peterson. If this
is repeated, it is very probable that their
game will cost them pretty dear.-Phos-
phate Field.
The physician whose shirt.-front and
visage were spattered by the young fe-
male reports that the latter was not
wholly to blame, inasmuch as the medi-
cine consisted of bromide of potash in
ikh, and it was necessary to employ
very rude measures to enforce its admin-
istration. She igpAetter.
The senate is leisurely considering the
bill to repeal the Sherman law. They
have been there long enough to have re-
pealed-a hundred such vicious laws, but
the truth of the matter is there are too
many men in the senate who should nev-
er have been sent there.

Hutchinson, who keeps an ice cream
saloon and restaurant just west of the
Arlington, caught two persons trying to
break into his kitchen Thursday night
and fired five shots at them, but, so far
as is known, without effect.

'Rt. Rev. Wm. C. Gray, D. D., bishop
of southern Florida, will. officiate in
Grace church, Ocala, on Sunday the loth
inst., at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., and at
Trjnity, Orange Lake, on Saturday the
9th, at 10:30 a. m.
Important to City Property Owners.
The work of listing city property for
taxation is nearing completion and those
who have not yet listed will save them-
selves some trouble by attending to
the matter at once. W. L. JwrWBTT, t
7-6-4sun Assessor.


Thanking my, friends "and patrons for favors. in the past, I solicit a con-
tinuance of the same and guarantee satisfaction.

Works Near F. C. & P. Depot, Ocala, Fla.


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DISTILLERS AND JOBBERS OF

PURE NORTH CAROLINA HAND MADE CORN WHISKIES,

Apple and Peach Brandies.
And sole proprietors of the celebrated "KEY"
brand of-fashioned hand made Corn whiskey packed
in cases of one dozen bottles. Lowesl prices fur-
nished on application, in quantities to suit purchas-
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SEPTEMBER 2. 1893.
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DAILY EDITION.


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BRUSHES and SOAPS.


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THE OCALA NEWS DEPOT


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Rheinauer & Bro.


New Crop of Tomato, Cucumber, Bean, Turnip, Cbage and Beet Seeds,

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Pure Drugs and Medicines, Stationery,

Toilet Articles, Etc.
Agent for Crab Orchard Springs, Water, Thompson's Bromide Arsonic
Springs Water, and the Star of Bethleham Mineral Water.

All Goods Sold as Low as the Lowest, and the Quality Guaranteed,

HAWKE'S CELEBRATED SPECTACLES.
WM. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Druggist and Optician.


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Real Estate ajd Loans

UNION BLOCK OCALA,

The following property embraced in tne Sande
man aId Rogers estate is now on the mar-
aet for sale at reasonable rates.

() Th property includes the beautiful tract
of land iear the head of Blue Springs, consist-
ing of ru acres; three-quarters of a mile of
river running through the land; part set in
orange, each, pear and other fruit trees; house
and larg barn, enclosed by wire-fence.
(2) Beantiful home place at Gulf Hammock, of
30 acres, .ext to Capt. Wingate's famous Ham-
mock Hotel, the headquarters of lovers of sport,
bouubed (n the north and west by the Wekiva
stream. ihis place is an ideal Florida home
place, hiaS a fine old house on it, contains bear-
ing orange, peach, pear and pecan trees, and is
very welladapted for tobacco culture.
(3) 12zo ares of good farm land at Cotton Plant.
Very cheap.
(4) 40 acres of land at Pannasofikee, next to
F. C. & PE depot, divided into town lots.
The Rogers estate is also on the market, com.
praising: The large tract of land (48o acres)
south of he EIxposition in the city of Ocala,
which wi I be sold in lots to suit purchasers.
The land is suitable for tobacco growing and
establishment of cigar factories or colonies.
The health nf t place in' the city-all pine land.
Uasy terms. P'erlect title.
Also beae ring orange grove on Silver Springs,
containing 40 acres., This grove is so well
known tlta it,a eeds no mention here. Has
borne 4ooo boxes of the finest fruit, which is fa-
vorably known in the North.
Two or t iree good lots in the city of -Ocala at
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Sto the;uame of "-Dan." A liberal
Frd will be paid for his return to
7-tf J. K. HICKMAN.
A- Good Thing (o Keep at Hand.
.i0 years ago we were very much
et to severe spells of cholera morbus;
low when we feel any of the symp-
, nt usually preceded that ailment,
as sickness at the stomach, diarrhaea
wne htcome scary. We have found
Itbeili.a's Colic, Cholera and. Diarr-
Remedty the very thing to-straight-
- out in ,such cases, and always keep
out. WeA: are not writing this for a
.estimon; l,, but to let our readers
whatt is a good thing to keep handy
Fthouse. For sale by J. B.' Carlisle,
list.
Iliams & Nichols, only white barb-
11 Ite city, Montezuma block. Or-
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I tportance but Wdrthy oaCrefn (D
S 'sideratfon Oad Perdisl.
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What aiiout the sewerage system? ,,

tlkier heavy rain fati yesterday .'

tJule Co.efi returned yesterday fro
e~' York. .
Rain -stopped many news items to lia
, pent yesterday.
Always keep to the right when thee
S 'ig a pedestiiian. '
i : Abe Brwn placed a new Herring saf
S: in Hlis'st6re yesterday.

^;.,: The CATo Is dtippled Jpday 4)y' tl
: ; .sickness oflm ri ompositors.

S ohnnie Owen, the photographer, Ih
S returned from Indian Springs. ,

A -Roberds,' of the- Brooksville S"
Y.t'' r" 'ian'd wife w'ere-jn.the city yesterday. *
A fi n sortment.of Imported Liu p
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,--in Georgid tre .
b e otzdo~~.zedbt oi summ.

l racially, bts
other mediate S
tion. : "
Geo. Wallace re~tadl from Georg
yesterday where he has' been visiting hi
family.
.Mr. and Mrs. E: Hiller and children
m leave tomorrow for New York via th,
Clyde lin
Mrs. A. F. Harold and daughter Ell
leave today for Cincinnatti, on a visit tc
their old home./

When a merchant buys a safe, it is at
indication that the sock and old tin can
have overflowed.

Mrs. James BaAkin died at Anthlony
yesterday morning, and will be buried
,today, t that plape.

i The loss of property in South Carofina
e and Georgia by the storm is now estima-
ted at over $5,ooo, ooo.

The wholesale"destruction of bats show
a friendly spirit towards mosquitoes and
other,pestiferous insects.

Mr. M.'C. Renick, and ,the Misses
Irena Porter and Birdie Warttnann, of
Citra, were in the city yesterday.

SIf youi want pure six year old whisky
Scall for Private Mark at Zacharias & Co.

Jno. Seigle, of Gainesville, passed
through the city yesterday from St.
Petersburg with a drove of horses.

Rev. S.V. McCorkle returned on Thur,-
day. There will be service at the Pres-
byterian church Sunday, a, m. and p. m.

The Ocala Literary Club, an adjunctof
the Library Association, will suspend its
meetings for the remainder of the sum-
mer.


There are too many canines in Ocala
that have a fondness for baying the
moon and too" many cats with high C
voices:
S Rev, C. H. Nash, of Bartow, who has
; been in the city for several days visiting
kin folks and friends, left yesterday for
the north.
'The K. bf P. meeting, which was to
have taken place last night, was post-
i ned until next Friday night on ac-
count of the rain.
The sanitary inspector has donned his
war paint, figuratively ,speaking, and
those who violate the sanitary laws may
-- look out for trouble.

There will be preaching at the, Chris-
/- tian church Loid's day, September 3, by
A. T. Reitz.- Subject: "Obedience to


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No' New Catses-Two Yellow Fe
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" T KXNCUTCIVF OFFICE,
ST-.iL l. H .-err, F, LA., Aug 29,1893.)

)'y'een officially notified that the
kIa-Yof September has heein desig-
,t. the Columbiati Exposition au-
-. as "Florida Day" at the World's
'"4 understand that there will be
,:al lii'lltfud-displa) of fire-
Yh' "*vit j Otti\ the OTcasionr
.e fore, hope the people of the
1l use every endeavor to increase
ady creditable display of Florida

i-n the several departments of the
.tl ou,by-forwarding articles for ex-
:t those in charge of si-ch depart-
., and that-a large attendance of
Srs frim' Florida will be present on
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Speci,. to NEW CAPITOL.
TAMPA, FIA., Sept. I, I8'93.
*4he case of sickness yellow fever) at
r) M'pa is d8 njas w wll as-coull- tie
r peectiW with to .o-ale ~ yellow leveti
"extprts, DTrs: Mt~irray and Porter, attend.
ing.the patient, the former ,otitending
tha -it, is not yellow fever, while tli'e lat-
ter declares tihatit is;.
There is no other sickness at Port Tam-
.pa or Port Tampa City, and it is hoped
that none will develop in the near future.
*Strict quarantine is maintained, and
Severe prcaution is being taken to pre-
vent sfckiess.
Here's One Way.
Here' one way to support a daily pa-
per: Let. those who'don't have any ad-
vertising to do -advance one year's sub-
:scription and-the paper will live. Two of
O6ala's: prominent' citiieng have volun-
'teered to do this, and there are many,
.others who can afford it. Say that fifty!
citizens'of Ocala subscribe and pay their
five 'dollars in, advance. This will be
,'enough to contintiue the paper to the busy
season, at which inme it can take care of'
itself. I4t takes at/least that niuch m6ney
to pay a month's expenses, and if:we.
c:an secure enough to guarantee for the
present' month, the paper will then take
CE '- continue always.


AN EYE WITNESS "
Tells of the Ho' ro" f otlie,. aedat "P
City.- of. Sava'llah. 'v'y',, '' "f)
Julius Cohen* of Ocala, agd a passen-- "d-
ger eonthe steamship., City of Birming
ham of.the Ocean SteaMnship ConrpantT;.
returned horue vesterday.-mornmin .\ A
C -han was bestiged \ ith :visitors all day \ r"
at his place of-busipess aiixious to hear I
all' they-could about the disastrous storm .V
and the fate of the Cityv (f S-.v. .-i -
His account was -ho011 inteieskiu1 .uj d '
amusing. He'says -that the -City of t j
Saan'.fah'was on her WY to Boston--- 1
went ashore Sunday 'evniuig.- Her pas,1
.-engers and ceew were compelled to re- I
maifi, in the rigging until Thursda
morning when the steamer City of Birm-
ingham came to her rescue. The trans-
ferring of the passengers was an easy
matter as the sea, had become calm the
morning they :were taken on board. Mr.
Cohen sayrs he never saw a happier '.' .
crowd in his life when they got safe ,an revw,
.the Birmingham., They wee much 8-
haggard land almost ,tacrted; soni- had,
hardly anything on jinthe way of clothes.
The passengers on the Birmninghaul sup-
plied the survivors with various pieces of su:I,
wear, gave them-stimulants and plenty and
to eat, They suffered for three days L'.
without waterior food. .. snc.e
Th-e City of' Savannah is a total wreck.
The, Birmingham passed several wrecks,
eaci one being offered assistancee. Thi !
ste, er also experienced, some,, roUg
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UR. ISjncamlpment.
onlis o tickets will be sold vi
) 't Tennessee, Virginia & Georgi
",- from all points in Flotla a
reduced rates.
,se tickets will be on sale Septemn Ie
Aind 4, and wlllbe good to return an'
.U~n't Wh' ,'- L- (K^, r,
Frrm Judianapul-, to Chicago and re
mrn'the fare will be $3.65.
Thib will make the lowest rate an(
longest limit yet offered the public, anc
no better opportunity to attend the
World's Fair can be had.
The`East Tentiessee, Virginia & Geor,
gia railway is the only line running Pull.
man sleeping cars from Jacksonville tc
Indianapolis and Chicago via Cincinnati
without change.
This line traverses the historic battle
fields of Georgia and Tennessee, runs
around the base of Lookout Mountain,
and in sight of Missionary Ridge.
Any one contemplating a trip to Chica-
go, or intending to attend the encamp-
ment, will do well to write W. H. Doll,
Dist. Pass. Agt. of the E. T.,V. & G. Ry.,
82 West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.
He will take great pleasure in giving
you all the information you may desire.

Sound Sense.
Here is what Peter Cooper, who died
worth many millions, said of a newspa-
per: "In all towns where a newspaper
is published every man should advertise
in it, if nothing more than a card stating
his name and business he is in. It not
only pays the advertiser, but it lets the
people at a distance know that the town
in which you reside is a prosperous one
of business men. As the seed is sown so
the seed recompenses. Never pull down
your sign while you expect to do busi-
ness."-National Hotel Reporter.

Not Built That Way.
Our race for the postoffice will not
weigh a feather's weight in swaying us to
the right or to the left of what we con-
ceive to be the plain path of duty in the
present great crisis, of the Democratic
party. So our competitors need have no
fears. A principle to us is greater than
all the offices in creation.-Ocala Banner.
The proprietor of the CAPITOL, repro-
duces the above to indorse it. Because a
man is an applicant for a government of-
fice is no reason why he should sacrifice
principle to policy.

Good News.
Oe other Medicine in the world was
ever given such a test of its curative
qualities, as Otto's Cure. Thousands of
bottles of this great German remedy are
being distributed FREE OF CHARGE, by
druggists in this country, to those afflict-
ed with Consumption, Asthma, Croup,
severe Coughs, Pneumonia and all Throat
and lung diseases, giving the people
proof that Otto's Cure will cure them,
and it is the grandest triumph of medical
science. For sale only by Anti-Mono-
poly Drug Store. Samples free. Large
bottles 50oc.
\
Constipation and sick headache posi-
tively cured by Japanese Liver Pellets;
0So pills 25c. Sold atAnti-Monopoly. .







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SECRET SOCIETIES.


I It .';- daily par"r played la aria rl uaty.

The Brick City Printing Compay, Pubishrs.
Office 24 and 90 furt King Avenueo.

J. W. HANION, EDITOR.
WI. V HARRIS, BUSINESS MANAGER.

TBRM8 0 [Bi OONM :
Single y.07 5 six monte h.a... o
One month --- 5o u yro Mon- .---50
Delivered by carrie in the ity and sent by
mail, postage paid. to any addre-,
.imple copies free to any address. All sub-
scriptions payable in advance, and no paper
sent after time expires. Address


To give every one a chance the Ocala

Steam Laundry has reduced its

rates on following goods:

Counterpanes-- ------------------ 10c.
Table Cloths-------_..- 5c.
Sheets----------- ----------- 3c.
Pillow Cases -----..-------------- 2c,
Towels---------------- ------ 2c.
Napkins -------------- -- ---- lc.


N. J. JOHANSEN,

Manager.


/lA A'O.V LODG1E; o. 9 1F. & A. MA
.DWIN. SE'INCER, W. M.
I. H V/HITFIELD. Secretary.
Meets Second .:nd PFuu; th Mondays in each monih.

oCA LA CH4f^'-,r j R. A. M.

S. H. RICHMOND, Secrt" y. x
Meet's First Monday night in each month.

H'ZAWOOD COUNCIL. No. S R. '& S.

H. C. WRIGHT,; A, /. steo.
H.. MO- !ES, Recorder.
jMeeit the .hird Moanday in each month.

1DONCE DE LEON LODGE OF PERFECT-
tr ion, No. A. .& A, S. R.
F. A. GARDNER, yen. M.
S. H. RICHM41OND, Seoetary.
AMeets first and third Thursday in each month.

T LULA LODGE NO. 2a, I O. 0. F.
A1. M, LITTLE, N. G.
H' H. CHAILLE, Secetary.
Meets every Tuesday night.


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.


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$1,000 REWARD.


R. P. TZLAR, M. D.., .

Physician and S c
QCALA. -1
Office hours--8 to 9 4. m., .

tOHWN M. THOMr'SO NQ

Physician and
Twenty years experience in a uPpi
Banner Block, \ t

Wr V. ?KNEWSOM MA


OCALA LODGE No. z9, K. of P.
F. iW HUNT, C. C.
J LILLY, K. ofR. S'S.
Meets Every, Monday night.

OCALA CONCLA VE NVO. r3 K. of D.
F. G. B. WEIHE, Commander.
S. SIS TRUNK, Secretary.
eets first and third Thursday at 8 o'clock p. m.,
Masonic Hall, Davis Block.

IMPROVED ORDER RED MEN
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H. CROOK, Sashem.
7: J. CLAR Y, Chief of Records.
Meets second andfourth Thursday of each
month.
OCALA M. M. 1., ASSOCIATION.
W. C. BULL, President.
J. H. MALLETT, Secretary.
.Meets first and third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. in
Masonic Hal.

OCALA POST NO 17, G. A. RA


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Besides a General Practice, Dr'
devote himself to the treatment
which he has made a study for
years, removing them quickly, w
and with the least possible pain.

W II. MAREAW, M. D.,

Homeopathic Physidacian

Special attention given to th
chronic diseases and diseases
women and children. Consump
Piles and all diseases of the r
successfully. a
Consultation free and confide
Gours 8 a. m. to 12 p. m., from 2 a.
Office one square Noyth of Ocala I
jYAMES QTIACE,


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Capital, $50,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $55,001

A Regular Banking Business Transacted.
Safe Deposit Vaults in Connection.
Private Boxes to Rent, $3.00 to $10.00 per Annum.


E. W. AGNEW, Prest. W. H. Coucg, Vice-Prest. A. MCINTYRE, Cashier.


NOTICE 01F' APPLICATION FOR
j CHARTER.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned, four weeks from the date of this
publication will apply to the Hon. W. A. Hocker
circuit.court judge at his chamber in Ocala for
approval and endorsement. A charter for the
incorporation of "The Southern Mutual Burial
Association, a charitable corporation not for
profit, the character and object of which is to
form a mutual association with principal office
at Ocala, Florida, and such other places as the
board ot directors may designate; whereby a
fund by mutual contribution shall be collected
to provide for persons of small means antd indi-
gent persons a decent and respectable burial
and at the discretion of the board of directors
to provide a fund for the maintenance and care
of members during sickness.
P. J. BARCO,
R. R. ROBINSON,
SAMUEL LODGE,
A. B. EDWARDS,
SWM. G. TIMMONS,


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To N. Nathans:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT A
writ of attachment has been issued against you
and your property attached to satisfy the de-
mand of E. W. Agnew and B. A. Weathers
-copartners doing business as E. W. Agnew &
Co., amounting to $16.oo.
Now unless you shall appear before the county
judge of said county at the court house in Ocala
on the
18th day of September, A. D. 1893
at 12 o'clock noon, judgment will be rendered
ag,nst you and your property subjected to the
payment of the debt. Dated this August 7th
1893.
E. W. AGNEW & CO.
8-12-i-aw. Plaintiffs.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
State of Florida, County of Marion.-Before the
County Judge.
To George, Gainer-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT A
writ of attachment has been issued against you
and your property attached to satisfy the de-
mand of W. Luffman and John W. Luffman,
co-partners doing business as W. Iuffman &
Bro., amounting to $9.80.
Now unless you shall appear before the coun-
ty judge in and for said county at the court
house in Ocala on the
4th Day of September, A. D. 1893,
at twelve o'clock noon, judgment will be ren-
dered against you and your property subjected
to the payment of the debt.
Dated this July 22nd, A. D, 1893.
W. LUFFMAN & BRO., Plaintiffs.
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. G,7v' J:ort.
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RATES


RATES.


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For a lame back or for a pain in *he
sie or chest, try saturating a piece of
flannell with Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and binding it onto the effected parts.
This treatment will cure any orninary in
one or two days. Pain Balm also cures
rheumatism. 50o cent bottles for sale. by
J. B. Carlisle Druggist.


For Sale.
Remington Typewriter as
A bargain. Inquire at this
R. Mathews, Ocala. Prices.
Mother Putnam Blackbe
are a household remedy. It
in cases of diarrhoea, dysen
ailments of the bowela.
Zacharias & Co.


L as new.
ce or J
27-3t
Cordials
valuable
and all
sale at


%as CAPITOL,
Ocala, Florida.


Tvrawr 7n,


Under no circumstances will this paper be
responsible for the views of correspondents.
Rejected manusciipts returned with pleasure
when desired.


PROFESSIONAL CA


MASTER'S SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL
decree rendered on the 27th day of July, i893, in
case of J. L. Hinton vs.T. C. Beach et al, I will o
Monday. the 4tlh lday of September, 1893,
within the legal hours of sale, in front of the
courthouse door in the city of Ocalh, expose for
sale to the highest bidder for cash the following
lands, to-wit: Lots 1-2-1t-12 according to a sub-
division of S ,4/ sec 27, township 14, range 23
east, according to map of Clinton recorded in
Book "A," page 458, Miscellaneous Records
Marion County, or so much thereof as may be
sufficient to satisfy said decree and costs.
W. W. CLYATT, JR., Special Master.
W. S. BULLOCK. Solicitor for Complainant.


, Entered at the poatodice as matter, of the aec-
ond class.


MARION LODGE No. 378, K. of H.
/. R. MARTIN, ADictator,
J. H. MALLETT, Reporter.
Meets first and third Wednesdays in every month.


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13S IN--


The long-promised annihilation of the
Tallahasseean, Gov. Mitchell, Commis-
sioner Wombwell and sundry other of-
fiaials, individuals and newspapers in
Florida that are not "in accord" with
Arthur C. Jackson and the Times-Union
crowd, has at last materialized.
The T.-U. of Sunday last devoted sev.
eral columns to the publication of Jack-
son's wail, containing absolutely noth-
iog in the shape of fact that had not al-
ready been published in the Tallahas-
seean, and not one single atom of proof
in refutation of the charges preferred
against him.
His own testimony, consisting of the
most vehement abuse of everybody con-
nected with his exposure and disgrace,
and his frantic denials of guilt, go for
nothing, for the simple reason that no-
body who knows him (and who does
not?) believes a word he utters.
The documents on which he bases his
pretended defense mainly consist of his
own writings and those of Gay Metcalf,
of the JunoSun, who'has stuck to Jack-
son with a-devotion worthy of a better
cause.
In his desperation this wretched crea-
turef following the example of the
Times-Union, adopts the swashbuckler
style of that Falstaffian warrior, and de-
clares war upon "the men and measures
that now prostitute the faitst state on
earth," and promises, "by the glace of
,And," I the imnnion wrxtchfl. in-tr n(e,


F OKRECLOSUIRE AND I N.T NCTION.
In the Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit,
Marion county, Floridna-In Chancery.
Mary Ann Harris, Complaintaut, vs., John C.
Lamb, et al., Defendant.
IT APPEARING BY AFFIDAVITS E1RE-
tofore filed in the above stated cause that Dela-
van C. Scoville, and Charles Rou n, defendants
therein named are non-residents of the State of
Florida, and are residents, of the city of New
York, in the state of New York, and that the
said Delavan C. Scoille is over the age of
twenty-one years, and th :t the age of Charles
Rouss is unknown to the solicitor L. N. Green,
making the above mentioned affidavit; it is
therefore ordered that said non-resident, defen-
dants, Delavan C. Scoville and Charles Rouss,
be and are hereby required to appear to the bill
of complaint filed in said cause on or before
Monday, the 2nd Day of October, A. D1). '93,
otherwise the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed by defendants.
It is further ordered that this be published
opce a week for four consecutive weeks in the
NEW CAPITOL, a newspaper published in said
county and state.
This September ist, A. D. 1693.
D. A. MT ,IR, Clerk.
By, S. T. SISTRUNK, D. Clerk.
J. H. HILL and L. N. GREEN,
9-r-tw-f4w Solicitors for the Complainant.


Physician andSt rgeon


(Second floor, Gary Bloc te
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OCALA,


FLA.


E P. Bl.OWNT, M. D.,

Homoepathic Ph ician
Office *in Agnew-Gary Block, O ,ala, Fla.


Brown will
f CANCER,
twenty
knife,
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/OS, BUMB Y, Adjutant.
T. R. CHAPMA,. Cimnnarhdr.
Meets id Saturday an '

LEGAL AD.VERT
TASTER'S SALE.
In the Circuit Court, Fifth Jus.
Plorida, in and for Marion Co
_,cery.
J. J. Barl, Complainant vs. Calil
Alex. P. Price, her husband, de
UNDER AND, BY VIRTUE C
-ritofil .--d A vin the1 aboe boe caus
special masters uamed and apptnrtet
decree to gxecute the same, will on
_9l sday," tihe 7th day of August, A.
within the legal hours of sale, in front
bourt house door of the aforesaid count,
state, and in the city of Ocala, offer for sale
sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the
mortgaged lands described in said decree, as
follows: The r artheast quarter of section fif-
teen (15), township twerve (12), south, range
twenty (26), east; also an undivided half interest
in the northeast quarter of section thirteen (13)
and the east half of the northwest quarter of
section thirteen (13), and the north half of the
southeast quarter, except a parallelogram of
twenty (2o) acres in the south side thereof, all
in section thirteen (I3), township twelve (12),
south, range twenty (20), east; also the north
half of the southwest quarter, except a pa'rallel-
ogram of twenty (2o) aeres on the north end'
thereof now owned by W. A. Dickerson, and the
northwest quarter of southeast quarter, except
a parallelogram of ten acres on the north side
thereof owned by W. A. Dickerson, all in sec-
tion eight (8), township twelve (12), south, range
twenty (20), east, containing in all three hun-
dred and fifty-five (355) acres, more or less, and
all in the aforesaid county and state, and so
,much thereof as will satisfy said decree and all
costs attending the suit.
EDGAR P. ALLIN,
Special Master in Chancery.
THOS. F. KING, Solicitor for Complainant,
The above sale has been postponed until Mon-
day, the 2nd day of October, 1893.
E. P. ALLEN,
Special Master in Chancery.


. ,'ers have left uS, bargains irt

re still to be 'ad at the

ds must go at any price

1 stock.

for bargains,-,

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eatment ol
peculiar to
at7 Cancer,
arn treated
atial. office
.to 5 p. m.
use.


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No


di pd d Ja lp theTimes-Uni itn the
.l, ht caaimpaiga, in its 'tisperate
'- ;Sailt upon the democratic party of
the state.
The democrats of Florida will wel-
come all such recruits to the insurgent
army or squad now being marshalled by
the T.-TU. against good government,
"with open arms to hospitable graves."
The Tallahasseean offers a reward of
$1,000 in a "certified check" to anyone
who can discover in Jackson's howl a
single item that will be declared compe-
tent legal evidence by any reputable law-
yer disproving a single -charge that has
been made against him.-Tallahasseean.

AM UNIQUE EXHIBIT.
"How we apples do swim."
St. Clair-Abrams has reversed the de-
oision of the supreme court.
Wilk Call has held up the appoint-
ment of W. A. Graham as postmaster at
this place.
George R. Davis, director-general of
the world's fair, having had a taste- of
Arthur C;- Jackson's cider barrel, revokes
Gov. Mitchell's suspension of Arthur as
Florida's world's fair commissioner.
Davjs' gall and brazen effrontery is a
fitting exhibition at the world's fair, and
that of Abrams and Call should be
placed close alongside.-Jasper News.

WHAT has gone with the increase of
the currency that has come into the
country or been issued during the past
month? $40,000ooo,000oo I gold have been
brought back to. us and $3o,ooo0,0ooo of
new national bank bills have been issued.
It looks like an increase of $o,ooo,ooo00
in one month ought to be felt.-Tele-
gram. Don't know, sir; but no part
of it came to this office.

THE doctors down at Port Tampa differ
as to whether Neuman has yellow fever.
When such men as Porter and Murray
disagree in a case of this kind, the best
thing to do is to double the quarantine.

THK purchasing clause of the Sherman
act has been repeAled; now let us have
.the confidence.-Telegram. Sit down
and restawhile. The senate has not yet
acted on that clause.

Steve Ryan, who spent thirteen months
in jail in Atlanta for contempt of court,
was released from custody Thursday.
Ryan gets his liberty, his creditors get
, nothing.


DENTIST.
Office in First National Bank bmriuing, ad floor.

T ,I. INLE. ,. '"
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Attorney-ai tl
R.id ROW}:)." "-, ,
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OCLA 'LA

R iL. .ANDEIRlj'ON.

Attorney--at1 law.,
Marion Bloclk, Second ,rrloor.


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ABE ZAGHARIAS,


The One Price Clothier


Closing Out Sale

To make room for Fall

and Winter Goods.



West -Side Public Square.






FREE!



Two Magnificent Oil

Paintings to be

Given Away.



For Further Particulars
CaH at Either

Montezuma Wine d Billiard Parlors


-e State,


Practice in all the courts of t-


W. K. ZEWAXSKI.,

Attorney-at-- Law.
Ioom 5, Gary Blocit, (Ocala, Florida.


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S H. RICHMOND,

NOTARY PUBLIe,
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
UNION BLOCK, OC$I A.
Office open from ro a. XI., to 4 p. _.


CARMICHAIL SON,
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AT F. C. & P. POT.


Fine Wines, Lipardil' Beer,

Havana and DI n io igars.


Cooking Stoves and Heaters,

Plows, Farming Tools,

White Lead, Mixed Paints,


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Bar and Sheet Iron, Steel,

Iron Pipes and Fittings,

Supplied fpr Phosphate Mines.


OTICE OF ATTACHMfIENT.
State of Florida Marion county-Before
County Judge.


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OCALA,


-OR-HAWKE'S RYSTALf SPECTACLES
OR- EYE GLASS' LENSES. -
THE VATOLDI RESTAURANT. THE FINEST It TE itORLDL!


S. R. BIRDSEY.


A. H. BIRDSt*-r- r


These glasse-: are poKfiyei r .mot supplied to
peddlers or traveling -Oculist or Opticians at
any price and can only hb had flatiS the local
dealer. .
Every PaWir Wairrelbtted,
and are fitted by tle so ,Ut,tpprvAed method.

No CHAR GE fof FITTING.
All eyes fitted and fi* guaranteed.
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THE MONTEZUMA






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,SPAKi.NGof the Jackson suspension,
the*Times-Union says Gov. Mitchell "has
mounted a whirlwind he can't ride."
The other fellow has tackled the whirl-
S wind.

TglREB should not bestanding room in
.fr democnratHic nrPrvv fn e F'ra>crti ccrne


I~-~~I2PH~ ~C~


711-11 1. -.C n ..r 'n .


JBJB&S rrJL- IR as -A as VLw a I e)-x


THE NEW CAPITOL:


SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER


REDUCED


AB$OUNTELY PURE


'ACDUFF


HUBCI~RD


HARDWARE, STOVES AND -TINW.ARE

---CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF----

4rnes' Shovels and Levee Wheelbarrows

TlIe Best on i a rtlk.

Iron, Steel, Picks, Mattocks, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Pipe and Mill Supolie.

Pacckling and Belti'

Largest Stock in the State South of JacM onville

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.f SATISFACTION UARANTEED.


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GRAND

CLOSING OUT

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SUMMER STOCK

To Make Room For


Fall and Winter, Goods


C. Rheinauer & Bro.


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SasI),


boors, Blipd5,


THE MONTEZUMA


Wine and Billiard Parlors.


Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccoe0,


FLORIDA.


S. R. BIBDSEY & CO.


COOKING AND HEATING STOVES-


WE"i[ dv' v r imp hainr1





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Lv Jack'ville,S.F.&W. 6
" Callahan 7
"' Wayeross, 9
" Jesup, E.. V& 10
Ar Atlanta, Union 6
Lv 'Depot 6
Ar OoltewahE.T.V.&G 10
Lv Chattanooga ,' 11
Lv Knoxville, 2
" Bristol, N. & W. 7
" Roanoke WI
Ar Shen'hbJuc't.(S. V.) 5
" Washfgton,(B.&O) 7
Lv Roanoke, (N. & W.) 10
Hagerstown, 1
" Harrisburg (C. V.) 8
"Philadelphia,(P.R.R.) 11
Ar New York, 2
Lv Roanoke, N. & W.1 i
Ar Norfolk, 1 l0l


From Jacksonville--Tuesday and Saturday at 5 p. m. ; returning; leave
Sanford Thursdays and Mondays at 5 a. m.


General Passetiger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
M. H. CLYDE, A. T. M., F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., Fla. Pass. Agent,
5 R Towling Green New York. 8 West Bay St., Jacksonvitle, Fla
THEO. G. EBIER, T. M., JNO' L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent,
5 Bowling Green, New York. Paot Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla.
A. J. COLE, Passenger Agent,, J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent,
5 Bowling Green, New York. Foot Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla
WML P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,
80. DELAWARE AVE., PHILADELPHIA.' 5 BOWLING SCREEN, N.Y,"-
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THE FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR RR

,s the Shortest and Quickest Route Between Florida and Borthern Points East and West.

Laches the Principa Tourist Points in l0orida, and the Great Hunting and Fishingg Grouilds.

Its Course is Through the most Prosperous Settlements, over thile highest Heathly ridge land Among
the best lands, the Finest lakes, and the most Diversilled scenery in the State,


CHICAao gnor L/vetAnn A WTYORGt SOUTHERN DIVISION-NORTH BOUND.
f dniy:F fast Mail-Leave, Tampa 6:00 a. m.,, Ocala
Sy u8A 10:37 a. m.. .Baldwin 2:19 p. m., arrive Jackson-
,. l ville 3:orip. m., Callahan 3:oo p. m., Fernandina
,6 r iLLr AetLESTON 4'4 P. m.
f ...,n Night Express--l.eave Tampa -, 5 p. m.,
S" Ocala 1:55 a. m,, Baldwu 5;.:, ,- .., acksoille
Scoil 'S. 7.:45 .a. in., Fernand1na 9:5o0 t. 1. Pullman

Zp.' .. SOUTHERN DIVISION-SOCiUHI1 i' -'ND,
^-e / Iast -_'Ii%^ i iatMau-J-Dariyi-dc nt xinrvs Ln.c. e
.... Pernahdinina zi35, a l.% h ,':45 P. m.,
a v Jakesonville ;4o:p. ., Batdi 1:29 p. m.
Cn arriv'e.at Ocala 5:04'p.Wa, Tamp.q -5 pm.
A E rN, Night Express-Daily, Ictvee I-e rnandina
4 30 p. m., Callahan 6 -o p. ni Jacksonville
':50 p. n., Baldwin S:o, p. in.. amrr .,- at Ocala
S2.05 a. m.. Tan.pa 7.55 a. m. Ur.t connection
6ill made at Tampa wll h LeajuLt-i for Key West
and Havana: at Jack.our. ile anlt CaIllahan with
trails for all point- North l:;,t South and
\'WesL.
O P r. ,,, V-q .STERN in~% !i-.[('N--'WE', BOUND.
r" E XZ 1 0 0 ',,, 'i,'" Fast Mcail--ILcae Ir.,:.ksunviolc 7.w a. m.,,
,, d' V,\ BaldlI win 11 .4oa a .n I "i'.-i1! aS te 2"'*,5 p. Tl., arrive
r 1at River Juution i; 1 p. m., Peiisacola soo
THE p. in., Nrlv Orleans. 7 1 '1. Im Car, tei-through
F r.nR ,'IaL l!-(peri llet !ween lsiont ille and New
O sNIr1cLAR Aceouimnodlatiou- I., ive Jacksonville 6:4o p.
'- Conn dtB or all 'la, in.. .Ba Id -.vin a, 40 p. .. d I rrv at M Rivei Juntion
*[ ^ T^ sr. 'i I,') (ji a. t .
THE NASHVILLE SPECIAL. WESTERN DIVISION--EAST BOUND.
Fast MIail--Leave New Orleans 8:3o p. m.,
(Via Iake City, Macon and Atlanta.) arrive Pensacola 6.30 a. m., River
Leaves Jacksonville 7.00 a. m., and 6.3o p. in. JundCici 12.o8 p. m., Tallahassee 1.45 p. m.,
Lake City 9.oo a. m. and 8.35 p. m. Macon 4.45 Baldwin 8.09 p. m., Jacksonville 8.47 p. m.
p. rn, and 4.2o a. m. Atlanta 8.20 p. m. and 8.1o Accommodation-Leave River Jundion oo
a. i. Chatnooga 12a. a2. p. in. Accommodation-Leave River Jnndton 7:00
a.r.e Chattnooga 22 a. m. and 2.1o p.a. a. m., Taliahassee Io:So a. m., Baldwin 9.oo p. m.
Arrive Nashville 6.25 a. m. and 7.30 P. m.
Through Pullman sleepers Tampa to Nash- Jacksonville 10.30 p. m.
ville. Only one change in ( Union Depot at CEDIER KEY DIVISION.
Atlanta) for sleepers to St. Louis, Chicago,
Kansas City and New York., Berths sold Leave Waldo3.20 p. m., Gainesville 3:56, ar-
through, rive at Cedar Key 7.35 P m.i Leave Cedar Key"
'7:45 a. m., Qainesville 11:28 a.m., arrive at
Waldo 12:1o p.m.
Trains conneA at Feriandina with steamer
for Brunswick and all points.
CONNECTIONS.

At Tallahassee, for St. Marks, the Famous Hunting and Fishing Resort, at Waldo, for Cedar
Key and the Great Hunting Grounds of the Gulf Hammock; at Cedar Key with the f*Belle
Suwannee" for the trip up the Suwannee River; at Hawthorne with the J., T. & K. W. Ry.; at
Citra with J., T. & K. W. Ry.; at Ocala with S. S., 0. & G. and J., T. & K. W. Ry's.; at Dade City
and Plant City with the South Florida : at Tampa with Manatee River, 9t. Petersburg and Havana
Steamers; at Fernandina with Brunswick and Mallory Steamers; connecting at Brunswick with
U. T. V. & G. for Macon, etc., at Jacksonville with railroads for the North, St. Augustine, and
from Indian River points, Clyde Line, New York, St. Johns River Steamers; at Gainesville and
Live Oak, Monticello Bnd Lake City with 8. F. & W.; at ILake City with G. S. & FP.; at Lacoochee
and Toronto with Orange Belt; at Tavares with T. & G. and J. T,. & K. W. Ry's.; and railway for
Eustis; at Silver Spring for Ocklawaha River and Palatka Steamers; at iver Junction for all
Western points; at CALLAHAN for North, via either Columbia, S. C., or Atlantic Ccast Line; at
Lake City for the New Route to the North. "
For best map of Florida, complete time cards-, information about sleepers, etc., applA:to
R. G. BLAKE, City Ticket Agent.
N. S. PENNINGTON, A. O. MacDONELL,
Trafic Manager. Jacksonville, Fla. Gen'l Passenger ALg. "


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STATIONS.
A c c o m- Pas'gr. Tampa Tampa Pas'gr. A c c om-
modation, and Mail. Passenger Passenger and Mail. modation.
6 30o am 5 3o pm 8 oo am Lv........--------Ocala,..........---- Ar. 55 pm o oo am 6 15 pa
7 02 am 5 47 pm 8 16 am .__------Martel-,- ------- I38pm 941 a m 547 Pm
7 25 am 6 oo pm 8 27 am ....------ ,eroy,_.....----- I 26 pm 9 28 am 5 16 pm
7 35 am 6 c6 pm 8 33 am ...---------Piedmont,--.----.-- i 19 p m 9 21 am 5 oo pm
7 54 am 6 t6 pm 8 41 am ---------- Juliette,----- I 1pm 9gIo am 4 4o0 pm
8 10 am 6 30 pm 8 5 am ...--------...Dunnellon,- ---........ 02 pm 855 am 4 oo pm
7 35 P m Lv.-------- Crystal,-....------Ar, 7 50o am
8 oo p m Ar....----- Homosasa, -......---..Lv. 7 15 am
9 50 a m 7 05 pm 9 3o a mLv........---- Hernando,.......----..A. 12 22 pm 8 18 am I 55 pm
Io 15 am 720o p mn 945 am Ar. Inerness Iv. 12 io pm 8 oo00 a m 30 pm
Io 25am 9 50 amLv. I --- --Ar. I12 05 p m I 30 a m
I0 45 a mi I 07 a m Lv.--------Floral City,-,---..A 11 50 am I oo am
1i 35 am! io 23 am ------- Istachatta,----- ...... 33 am o IO am
12 20 pm 10 40 am -.--- Pemberton,---........ 15 am 9 35 am
I 25 p mi n 27 am --L--- Dade City,---- ..... 33 am 8 2ao am
3 oo pmi 12 3o pm Ar.. Lakeland ------ 925 am 6 45 am
3 30 pm 12 35 p mLv. -------' Ar. 920aI 6 15 am
I 05 p m Ar..------.Plant City.--------. ,Lv, 8 o a m
I 55 pm .---------Tampa, .S1 8 oo am
2 17 p r ---....-Port Tampa City,-..... "
2 30 pm ---......Port Tampa,---..... "
4 05 p m1 |Ar._..---..---Bartow ,--........-Lv. 8 20 a m 5 40 am
50o and 5T, through trains without change between Ocala and Tampa, making Iclose connections
at Lakeland for Bartow, and trains North and South on South Florida Division, of S, F. F. & W.
Railway. At Bortow with Charlotte Harbor Division, Florida Southern Rrailroad for Ft. Meade,-
Arcadia, Puntas Gorda &c., at Port Tampa with Plant S. S. Line for Manatee river points, Key
West, Havana, Mobile and all points North and West via Mobile. For further information, maps,
tickets &c., call at city ticket office, Burnett's Jewelry store, Merchants block.
B. R. SWOOPR, I HAYCRAFT, W, M. DAVIDSONJ
s8uperintendet, City Ticket Agent. Gea'l Pas$'r AN


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MAKING' A NAME. .
..... thing About Title@ or Honor Among
the Europeans.
In the old world distinguished men are
often honored, or supposably- honored,
by being given titles of nobility; but it
sometimes happens that the recipient
of the honor does not value it highly.
Recently the famous. Italian musical
composer, Giuseppe Verdi, whoso name
in English, would be plain Joseph
Green, read in the papers that he had
been "created" marquis of Busseto.
The composer literally leaped for his
pen, and wroto the following note to
he minister of public instruction:
"I read in the Perseveranza that I
have been appointed a marquis. I beg
you to do everything in your power to
prevent this appointment from taking
., effect. I may be remembered here-
after; but I shall be remembered inuce
more if I am not made a marquis."
Verdi is said to'have expressed the
opinion that, after having spent sixty
years in making the name of "Green"
illustrious, it would be rather hard
luck to fose it for the unknown desig-
nation of the marquis of Busseto.
Not long ago Pruiw 1 Bismarck, who
might eabisWav6 pased for the most
famous matt? in Eurdpev was 4ismisse4
from power by tN .ing wmperoy
iam. -.At t%'ame time he was ere-
ated Laueuburg. ,
i ot, like Vi, retse the
hohr, "ltZaccepted It with the sarcas-
t htf arOk that the title given hin by
thvpeporo woiil; e "a handy thing
fr him to have .when he wanted to
travel incognito."
'One great European statesman, Mr.
Gladstone, might have been an earl or
a marquis long ago if he had not pre-
ferred to remain a "Mr." His fame,
the world acknowledges, would be less
if he had exchanged his uhap as his
great rival Disraeli did, for .a title,of
nobility. t
','3 Really to have a great:hagme, .one
must have mad6 it himself, To inherit
such, a name is a good thing,' but to
make it is mugc better.

HOW AE-RICANS CHEER.
To a Brheor t hetidits of a World's
F;.'s. .JFt trowd Sound Life Ilisses.
^'.i.Vrhe arrival of the prlident and his
party called forth what to liy British
ears was a most -unexpected vocal
demonstration, say a t writer in the.
Review of Reviews. vl',he people not
only cheered lps 'Hlitith crowd- are
wont to c eer' They indulged in
sounds whi-h are to as expressive of
strong derision., 'the literally cater-
wauled. I Was almost ag surprised as
WA Milton makes out h&fallen hero to be
when, inj4teadof the -applause he an-
ticipatede he was greeted with one vast
hiss. I suppose every nation develop
its own style of plaudit. The Ger-i
mans have their short staccato "hodh,"'
the British their sonorous "hurrhalb;"
while the Americans have selected the
shrill feiinq yell. Asking, a frCOhi-
cagoan the reason of this straknf ef-
-erenoe, I got for answer:% 'I guesthey
want to make as much oise ais tey
...". -" .S they find they i'Wkp lt
at way." %- -f-,mg allowance for thispeye iLarity
no royal persona
B:have been more rapturously
than was the plain citizen' ?
Cleveland. In the simple T[ rning
dress of the orz tldze|with '
ribbons, or me Iocora
6on his breast, w Inothing ti is gf
to distinguish himh froife. other meln,
this ruler of more than three score mi-
lion men- stood out in iustruotivq, eq.*-
irast to the brilliaritly-uniiforikd r-
a sentatives of European r.lty .e-
Shird him. It was an obo.T' ..les'on
which could hardly be lost.i the fi-
dreds present from Inouasn ical st s. .

SOME JAPANESE CdjdiS.
Usual Aooompanilments of the Native
When Out of Doors.
In Japan almost everyone, says the
Waverly Magazine, carries a lantern.
By day and night. it is dangling at his
Sbelt. It resembles a thin, flat box.
Each end of the box is fastened to a
sort of paper, which, lying in folds,
forms, when drawn out: a lantern.
The Japanese usually carries also atiny
wooden box, shaped like a cylinder, to
hold his candle. A smallmedicin-e
chest/,with half a dozen 'little boxes,
each containing a small portion oi
medicine, a fan, a pipe and a short
sword, all form part of the outfit. The


belt of a Japanese is, therefore, a very
important parrt of hi dress.
His slippers consist of a sole with a
worsted thread at the upper end,
through whioh the great to6 isitKrfiSt
to keep the sapper on. His pillow/is a
framework of 'halebone, or'some8 su'ih
substance, into which the back of the6
neck'near the head fits; This Is to
keep his knot of hair in order, for he
0des not hlve his hair dressed evrh
day; and, therefore, is obliged'tdftakr
care of the piece, which is greased and
bound into a cue, the rest of the head
being closely shaven.
The rich Japanese send their cbhil
dren to school in inferior garments, Tri
or4er that the children of the poor iay
not be, ashamed to wear theit shabby
clothes.
Soldiers of the Sultan.
Gen. Lew Wallace says that the
Turikish cavalry is admitted to be the
finest it all Europe. The soldiers o61
the' sultan's Oircassian body", a ,4
whom ?'ull .Run Russell called ".he
most picturesque scoundrels in t i:
w94d,0' are, Gen. Wallace says, "blood-
thirsty and treacherous, recklessly
b&ave and exceedingly beautiful.: Evh
among the meanest of them you seP
noble, well-set heads of finds po~d.",
The pultan himself is a man of king
Sbearlf,- but with a thin fa9c anrd
0ooraless eyes,*keen as a f-'alon'.
WOel he appears in pubtio on cer',-8

S white Arakbian horse, wi heoe mag-
ages very skillfully, and his manner is
most gracious as he bqws right Uad
left to th1e people. This commander
; oqf tbi faithful, according to Popular
.: Tuh belief, has never sgned a
death warrant, and doubtless the
reputation is deserved, for such mst-
ters may eassiy be attended to Vicarl-
*, i w v. .. ...


"ASENGINE

-is an fexl)resit I for sound
sleep. Nothing is "I9ratifying to "*
the nervcs;- nart, and head, as per- Re
feet sleeI- a couipanion of goodL ,
digestion dad ahealthyfiV. A r TYT7
tired ddis'tion fails to assimilate, or .IP. J
take g ffbof, the food gre eat. Some- ".
thin" bracing or invigorating is
needed for the liver, stomach, and
intestines.
This is where you will find Dr. .
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets do the
most good. The) are tiny, stugar-
coated pills, ,scarcely larger than
mustard seed, made, of 'concentrated
botanical ext ractsi "These "PIllets"
are easily dissolved in the stomach fIMr EXI
and absorbed i-dn the blood, stimnu- R
plating a flow of 'bl from he liver, ItEMKI l
and arousing to actvill the gland- "" ANDCH
ular secretions. Thus they act in Lv acsonv
nature's own way. Waycrosa.
They're guaranteed to give satis- ^ Macon,
faction, or money refunded, in all Lv 1 "t'1 De
Bilious Attacks, in Sick Headache, AA''ato,
Constipation, Dizziness, and In- Chatt"anog
digestion. _r I ;Lexington
digestionCincinnati,
Ar Chicago,
It cures Catarrh in the
Head perfectly and per-
manently Dr. Sage's Ca ................
tarrh Remedy.SOLD VEST
elegant day cco
I I nilH and express
sonville to Cincil
THE WORLD' F IR nectingih SO
trains for Chicag
bule Sleeping Car
Jacksonville to
change or delay
.top-overs allow
AND THE AMERICAN RAILWAYS.. o ars aol
for berth r'vcIr
W.H. DOLL,
THE QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE,
widely known as the road running the "
"Finest Trains in the South," is in the
.field to carry everybody from the south OCEA
to the World's Fair at Chicago. No part
of the southern country left uncared
for by this great railway and its connec-
tions. The through car system is an ad-
mirable exposition of the wonderful
capabilities of American railroading.
From New Orleans through sleeping cars
run daily, morning and evening, carry-;
,aug, its passengers via Cincinnati or
.Louisville, as they may select. r
From Shreteport, Vicksburganid Jack-
-son another through sleeping' car liqe
come~ toj oin and become a pWrt of the
magnificent vestibuled. through ttaius,
whj#otwassing through Birmingham and f
t Ifus Wills Vallex of Alba ntpi is
j Chattagtdoga by the train, from
ille, Fla., "Brunswick and
Ga., over the E. T. V. & G. Ry.,
proceeds north over the beautiful
ncjnthati Southern, through the grand-
s.*it'Valural scenery qnd most attractive
historical cointrvin Phe world, to Oak-
P4ale, where another magnificent Pull-
tman ca. is received, coming from the
.lchm.inoudad Danville system from
cSarlesto it;,C., through Columbia, S. Be R PRI
C., the Bi'ful French Broad country,
and fille, N. C., and Knoxville,
Tepn.
The time to Chicago is made so as to Savann
afford the mojfIconvenient hours for de- Sava..
partures fro4.Cpeb principal cities, and
arrivals in Chica .
Passengers caa'.purchase tickets good
over one line norfl| of the river, and re- s''
turning via another if they desire- a
variable route without extra charge Or Leave Jacksonv
they can go via Cinciunati, returning via saine-v
Louisville or vi ersa. Arrive \aycros:
Round trip ti ts on sale at reduced Albany
rates. Agents ot e Chicago line will juo_.
on request assist iJ king up rooms or Savannah
". Thomasv
accommodations for IpKtMHthe fair. Bainbridg
Everything tha rfect sys- Charlesto
tern can devise to a)raise and Macon---
patronage of the traB public has Atlanta..


1"4 Pensacola.
been provided. Any of the agents of wa\mingt
the company named below will cheer- Mobile--
., New Orle.
fully give all possible information and eldon__u-
Chattanoc
assistance. R. H. GAlRATT, New Or- Nashille
leans, La. I. HARDY, Vicksburg, Miss. Rchnione
Louisville
J. R. McGREGOR, Birmingham, Ala. W" ashingi
Baltimore
E. T. CHARLTON, Chattanooga, Tenn. Philadelp
W. D. COZATT, Junction City, Ky., or New \or.
S9 Cinriunat
D. G. EDWARDS, Cincinnati, O. St. Louis.
S Chicago--


No 14 cares P
carries Pullman a
Aloutgoiuery. No
sleeping car to Sa
H N" n S-' nRti anl. Clicago
WiVc ro., AlbanyI
sCtLliree it coIipa1
R. G. FLGlul
SPECIAL INENCiCEMENTS
,t.
are Taed- to sell instruments during the dull
sumni month' and in order to our large stock -
moving, we devise this L.
< -
SPECIAL SrMb1FVR SALE.
BEAUTIFUL UPRIGIIT PIANO $25 down and $Io
per month after trial in your own home. l
FINE PARLOR ORGAN $5.oo00 down and $5.oo00 per
month.
Nearly new Pianos, Organs and Machines at
bargains or for rent at lowest rate.
Ndw music, folios and musical collections. W. W
Small instruments at prices to suit the times.

Send for Circulars.

OCALA MUSIC HOUSE, THE F!

u oo.. Liquors, Bra

BLUE FRONT, MONTEZUMA BLOCK
Gig
Ocala, Florida.
At. for Lrddean B at.es' R M jLJEway-


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West 3xp. I- A. T West Exp. West E:xp,
V1 v Pa* Mail A. C. Lila Via
ATI) s. Monlay.. No. 14. .No J e u p, Ga Central
No. N,. 7 No. 12. No. 12.
:llc ---------- ----- 7 qO am 7 00o a i 2 oo pin 6 20 pm 6 20 pm
.-.- -----. ----. .. 7-, a .7 -3, a t.. 7.30 a R i 3 05 pin o- p III o-:' p lu
I -..------------- -----. _.. -...-.- --. ,.'----- Co p,]1 3 o p m
------------- -------- 9 a5 a n 1 a T 05 p m 55 p Inm '55 p In
k .....---- .....-- ....-- ..---. ____.. ..... i 10 a 7 o p m ------ .. .....- ---------
.---.- -------.. -..... .. 2 00 p In ------ --- i- -- m-
---------------------- -... ... 10 24 a m i 30 p 111 10 pm ----------
..----.----.-.-.-----. -.-- 122 0 pm 32 pin --- -----. i 7 o a in
fille ----- ------.c.- --. P pI .---------- ----------- -------..---.-- ---.----..
ge ----.................. 2 pm .--......--- ---- .......... ---------
)OI11t---- --------- -- ;- -- ----- ---- --- ----------------------
n- ........--- ...-.- ...- ,_._i 5 o5 pm i a ]m !--- i o5 a In
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-------- .---- ----- a I i a
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._- _, i 15 a oo m------------
t l ----- -- -.-.. .....-- ... 5--- .. ....---............ ........ 11 a -

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------...--- --... ... 6 40 aM --------- ---. -- --- ........ : -.5 p n)
a---- ----- ------...... .. S a..M. I ".o am 3 o pm -... ... .------2. --
--.------ ----. -- 12 3 p I-............ i ........................ -' a -i
o ---- ----. ..... am 10 p m ...... ...... -- a
------------.- _! a 20 a n 4-am ------
his ---------. o 46 am 3 4 a -- .......-- ---- -------- --
S.---.------------.... -.. -..... ... I 23 pin m --------- ------------ a
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ROUTE."
20p .. ..
905p
025p 5_050
r"a if15sa
625a 165p
635a 8210;
I5 8a 6 47p
130a 7 20p
2 15p l 5a
7 30p 7 00a
1 Sp 12 20p
if5a 825p
S30a 10 30p
I52p 12 20p
5 10a 9 t0p
S30a 110a
L 25a 4 30a
03p 7 33%
1 35a 12 20
S00L 9 10a
ille at 6:20
inati with
to Chicago
ar Savah-
ant obser-
m Atlanta
d at noon
hattanoo-
hugh Pull-
Washing-
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tre ftrem.

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CALLING AT CHARLESTON, S.C., BOTH WAYS.
ISTAP i AIAERlD TrXMI6WEE.


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.ver.


FROM NEW Y(
Pier 29 East Ri
Friday, July
Tuesday,,/ Aug,
Friday,
Tuesday,
Friday,
Tuesday,
Friday,
Tuesday,
Friday,
Tuesday,


FROM JACKSONVILLE;
FLORIDA.


28, at 3.00 p m--....."ALGONQUIN"---......Thursday,
f at 3 oo p m...---" SEMINOLE ".-----Sunday,
4, at 3 00 p m..---.." CHROKEE "-----..Thursday,
8, at 3 00 p m---..."AI,GONQUIN "---......Sunday,
i1, at 3 00 p m------ ...." SMINO "--.. Thursday,
I5, at 3 oo p in------" CHEROKE" --------Sunday,
18, at 3 oo p --....-"ALGONQUIN "_--Thursaay,
22, at 3 oo p m..-- SEMINOL "..--...Sunday,
25, at 3 oo p m---....---.. CIIROKF ".....Thursday,
29, at 3 00 p in---...."ALGONQUIN"...---..Sunday,


August 3, at 8 30 a in
3, at II oo am
r0, at 3 30 am
13, at 6 oo00 a m
17, at 8 oo a m
2o, at ii oo a m
S24, at 2 oo a in
27, at 4 oo a m
3I, at 7 30 am
Sept. 3, at 1o 30 a m


II. LIMITED." I "TO Ab.ORTH."
,S, W. 6 20pLv .iaek'ville, S~ : 6 20p
7 00P .. Callahan, 7 00p .
S" 9 01 .,o Waycross, 905a ....
R.T.V.&G. 1025p ". Jesup, E.B 1O5p
320a Lv Macon, 3 2a 11 15a
ion 625a Ar Atlanta, rOi-.y 6 25a 155p
pot. 6 635R Lv Detj'. 636a o10p
910a Ar Chattanooga f 1130a 7 20p
10 17a Lv tte. 11 40a 7 25p
1 0 Ar BurgRin, 10 p 25a
G.& C,. Rte. 11 40a Cincinnati. 10 40p 7 20a
8 r p Lv Cho, ON 1050p 802a
C a. 1. &1 4Op ArChicago 3ct ,es. 800a 515p
(Mornon) 8 o0a Lv i n ..* 7 45p
Ar %M.i-,j-1i, ^ 7 00a
... .. 7 50a
.... .. Lv C of1. ...... 815a
.......... Ar Chicago ( ,' 5 5p
........... Lv Cin inti( I Choi e o ... 8 26a
,A FARESIS. Arst.Louis r. .,tes. ...... 6 20p
BULED trains of Train leavb.l (ksonviHe at 6:20
coaches, baggage p. m. runs solid( Cincinnati with
s cars from Jack. through Pullmina Sleeping car to
nnati, there con- Chicago without} change, also has
LID VESTIBULE Pullman car Savanah to Atlanta.
go. Pullman Vesti- The Atlanta and ,lristol observation
rs, through from vestibule coach attached at Oolte-
Chicago without wah Junc.to the WashingtonVesti-
bule" carrying IuIlman Sleepers to
wed in Louisville New York and ashington, Close
wed in Lousville, connections inde in Louisville
adianapolis. and Cincinnati f.r St. Louis.


"SHENANDOAH VALLEY R


For Sanford, Enterprise and Intimediate PoiF'ihtso-i on .er
STEAMERS ARE APPOINTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS:,

STEAMER:' EVERGLADE," Captain W. A. SHAW.


v.ations, rates, folders, etc., apply tr
Di.;t. Pass. Agt., 82 West Bay Street
B. W., WRENN, Ud


Trains leaving Jacksonvi
p. m. runs solid to Cincin
through cars Jacksonville t
without change, also has c
nah to Atlanta and an eleg
ration vestibule coach fron
to Bristol which is attached
to the "Washington and C
ga"Vestibule carrying throw
man Sleepers, Memphis to
ton and New Orleans to N
Dining car attached, no ex


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, ticket agents throughout Florida, or to
acksonville, Fla. J, J. FARNSWORTH, Dir. P
Veral Parenger and Ticket Agent, Knoxville


STEAkMSHIP COMPANY.


Sa0a rinah tk New York.

SIr\' oF IAAA, N, H ....-__l ri Sept. I, 9 oo a m
'. T.tLLAH. T,;-> -- I _.' :... Sinu., Sept. 3, I oo am
NACOOCHEE Tue., Sept. 5, i 30 p m
CItTV or A.UC1STA.-........P r i., Sept. 8, 4 oo am
CIT\ OF BIRMInaHtAM.. Sun., Sept. ro10, 530oaAl
,'KANSAS CITVY_........-...Tne., Sept.; 12, 7 o0 p m
I NACOOCHEE -..---- ------ Fri., Sept: 15, 900am
CITOF AUGUSTA...----....Sun., Sept. 1i7, o10 30 a m
CITY OF BIhMINr.HAM_-.-.Tue., Sept. TQro2 30 p m
R KANAAS CIT....-- .......F r i.1 Sept. 2. 7 oo p in
-"L'uit';tlTr..-............ bun., 3ept. 24.. o a.1 m-
CITV OF Au(itl.TA-.......--le. Sept. .6, 330 p m
CITV OF BII.MINCA. M ._ Fr i., SepL. -'9, oo s nt

Satvanibnah to Boston.


CIT MACON ----........ Ihur., Scpt. 7.
C v cYOF SAVANN.\H.---..Thur Sept. i4,
;"ClT OF M ACiN.-----....Thur., Srpl. 21,
S-CIW OP SA\AN.\N.-- Thur., Sept. 2S.


." .tv iah to Philadelp
(74,',,- ...p D oe- NrI t s Gb .l ,;f c ,
a9.jss on. .......... sept. 5,
rL.-------------- 1ou., Sept.5
J...i.U -- ------- .'Tur.,. Sept. [4
D orL".-- ...."-'--u-.0-.Sun Aug J.4,
.. G.. ADERSON, L.int.
Savanna


LCE S.,l. Agl. -
Jacksonville, Fla.


SLERPITNG CLR NERVI(? Ei.
ullman sleeping car Pef Tnt-a pa, Saufurcl and Jd.ksobi\ Illc to New York. also
tleepiug ca o Sanlord abd Jaacksinmlle lt ChTiago ia \waycros;, Tnhoma-ville aud
j. 7S calies Puillnanu sleeplg Ifar Jacksontil-e to N-w lVoik. No i2ca.rrie lucjal
vannali. No i- catches Ptluinlit sleetliug car to Atlauta. Chattanooga. Cincin-
via Jesup. No. ia catrles Puasilman ,loepirau car Jacksouville to Chlcago via
y aiid Montgouitr\. Through ickri; sold to all point and sleeping car -;pace
ny'i office G4,1'yest Bav streh, t, at passenger ;tati.,.
NG, Supertendeut WV M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l. Pas3engcr A-t.


S\ --LEADERS OF-

I lllllriuio momIFlorida and Western Beef,
Mutton, Pork, Veal, V en-

LYONS, Proprietor. Fis and
Vegetables.



NEST BRANDS O FPolite attention to all.

*
candies, Wines, Beer,
Customers and orders receive

rars, 1Eto. r j' Prompt attention.


.MJS 1,D. AWS AdUL&4 W U AX XMIr*P_,,AU,


THE NEW CAP


i OCALA, FLA.,


SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER


2, 1893.


IkTHE CLYDE STEAMSi iPc


I N WoNew York, Charleston and Florida Lines,


MANUFACTURERS OE'AND DEALERS IN / f


ne


ES, BOILERS, MAiHINERY,|PIPES, ETC.


pairing all Kinds of Machinery Promptly Executed.


The MagnificentSteamships of this Line are appointed tosail as follows


- BY


"- I ,


- POW:


W 8rks Neatr e Factory, on-Florida Southern lilalw .


garMUEL SPENCER, ceiver
*u .HAS. M.McGEE, HEN&Y FINXK; Receivers
nchiedule in effect Ju 90, I893. *
CARS JACKSONVILLE T CHICAGO Without Change or Delay.
,URSIl I'TICKETSt- P-it priln-rt and reduced rate to the WORLD'S FAIR.
iKSO- I Rates to all Fa tern Points Ltuaresque Shenandoah Valley are as low as by I
NAT any all Kail route an from Florida ivill be honored nia Chattanooga if desired.


ST. JOHNS RIVER SERVICE.


ah, Florida iand Western Railway
Corrected to June 4. Trains will leave daily as follows:


Silver Springs, Ocala and Gulf Railroad

TIME TABLE-Corrected July 9th, 1893.


A-A IAIACEYi Di1

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Nlo


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One Way to be Happy.
Is at all times to attend to thecomforts
of your family. Should any one of them
catch a slight cold or cough, prepare
yourself and call at once on the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store, our sole agent,
and get a trial bottle of Otto's Cure, the
great German remedy, free. We give it
away to prove that he have a sure cure
for coughs, colds, asthma, consumption,
and diseases of the throat and lungs.
Large sizes 50 cents, I
Mr. Geo, Wray, piano tuner, can be
found at Condon's. Old pianos made
equal to new at small cost. 8-25-4t
G A. A Encaumpment at Indianapolls.
For the above the Florida Southern
railroad will sell round trip tickets to
Indianapolis on Sept. 2d, 3d and 4th,
good until Oct. 2, for $31.80. Round
trip tickets can be purchased from In-
dianapolis to Chicago for $3.65. This is
the quickest line to above points. Train
leaving Ocala at 12:oo noon makes direct
connection in union depot at Jacksonville
with through vestibule train to Cincin-
nati which carries sleepers arriving at
Indianapolis at 2:oo and Chicago at 7:35
second morning. Direct connections are
made with through sleepers via Albany,
Montgomery and Nashville, arriving at
Chicago at 8:59 second morning. Tickets
to Chicago and return good fifteen days
from date of sale, $39.10. Tickets good
t~iti!l NWVt13th, $47.35. -Fer-f-rter par-
ticulars see F. C. ALWORTH, Agt.


i
t
r-
1il-


No advertisement will be discontinued unless
authorized ,u writing and signed by the adver-
tiser.


The DAL.Y CAPITOL is on sale at the Ocala
News Depot, the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store


--BETWEEN--


and n' W R. McConnell's.


CAPI TOL'S
Arrival and
Going Nortk.
o10:37 a. M.-

.oso a. m.
6:15 p. m.
. n.00 N.


MINIATURE SCHEDULE.

Depatwre of Traln att
I Gotrg SothA.
P. C, a P. 5:04 p. m.
2:0.S a. m.
7:50 a. m.
s. s. 0. a G. : a. m.o a
a0. son: m.
FLA. SOU. { 306 P.m.


-AND THE--


01
- "


WNM. BEN ,

PROPRIETOR OF THE


Ocala Bakby

AND DEALER IN
4W-
Choice and Fresh Groceries,

Plrak aa PiP Candila nlitS att j


FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY. 9
Hafele Block, near First National BaPR. All the Popular


LOUIS VOLK, Temperance Drinks,
Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.

The Old Reliale Wathb-
maker and J eler, Cash paid for Chickens
S.. and Eggs.

Magnolia Street, Ocala, Ila,
,V GET IN THE SWIM!

Has just received a r1ew -
stock pf goods which will be .' ,*
--P--C ~*--
sold to customers, not at cdt,
but at a living profit. UU


Repairs a Specialty. ,
SOcalas Greatest Attraction!


PON a DELIGHTFUL BATHS

Tho ,Pacc.
,-" Open Every Day.
Where the Best\ 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.
SSunday 7 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Western Cuts, Veal
f Ladies, Days.
Pork anl flh MPa _--' Exclusively for Ladies at Published Hours.
ork and Uter Meats Tuesdays --......--o a. m. to 4 p. m.
Saturday 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
OAN BE OBTAINED EVERY DAY.
S. Ladies' and Gentlemen,' Day.
Wednesdays---- .......... 2 to 4 P. m,
V I K No gentleman allowed to enter pool during
Vgb o ll In s ladies and gentlemen's hours unless he be ac-
companied by a lady.
Boys' Bay.
Prompt delivery end 'all order r
Saturday ---.....8 a. m. to 2 p. m.
stisfcor Men can bathe during boys' hours.
guaranteed satisfactory.
All hours not reserved above aire open for men.
Boys can bathe during gentlemen's hours.

J. A. BISHOP & 104 1 9ates.
Admission to pool room ioc
Admission including bath in pool--....-- 25
-DEALERS IN- Admission including bath in tub-----........ 25
Admission including bath in pool'and tub :40
Admission ticket not transferable 5 baths $r.oo
!D E C<4.. 4. T Boys under 12 years, Saturday hours,----- 15I
l -Lstate Girls:under z2 years ladies' Saturday hours 15
C. H. CAMPBELL,
PhOSphate La i Suerintendent.

Orange Cro es. MAGNETIC NERVINE.
And Town Pro pe ty I solar with written
gutarantee to cure
aI Nevoup Pro tra-
l S1 tion, Fitcs, izzi

nessaaHcadache and
Neuralgia andV.Wake-
fuledss,cause by ex-
Office Over the Alliance Siore. Tobacco andAlco-
hol; Mental Depres-
.*BE .RE MER sion, Softening of
the Braiausing Misery, Insanity and Death;
Barrenes impoteecy, Lost Power in either sex,
T TPremature Old Age, Involuntary Losses, caused
by over-indulgence, over-exertion of the Brain and
SErrors of Youth. Itdgiki t.i Wuk-er a-n their
NaturalVigor and doubt l'e thi, Jois oif lire; cur,-v
LucorrhoeaandFemnle W'-ukusi A moutli' trt-ur-
S m ent, in plain package, b w ialt, to any addrle-, 1
perbox, 6 boxes $5. Wi'h %-r.\ 5 orderwe ~ng\' a
Written Ouarantee to tr-e ,.,r reni mlt:mou-ey.
LS.'irculars free. Guaranie i,-ued onl- by uor bi-
DEALEgRS IN ,utusive agent.
SAnti-Monopoly Drug Store, Ocala. Fla.
FLORIDA AND WESTERN IwEATS amberlain' ee
Ointment.
POultr! and Vegetables, Aertainnre for Chroni aSoreEyes
StTetter. Salt Rheum, Scald Bead, Old
*, Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
Stalls 6 and and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
stalls Hundreds of cases hve been ared by
y T i it after an other treatment had (ailed.
CITY MARKKE. ia put up isu and 0eent boes.

LOUIS FOX, $500 Reward
Ur F will nay the above rzcwarb for any case of Liver
SPECIAL AG ENT Complaiut, Dyspepsia, Sick 1 teaiache, Indigestion. Con-
. stipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with West's
1 complied with. They are purely Begetable, oand never
HUU fail to give satisfaction. SugarCoated. Largo boxes,
Containing SO Pills, 25 cents, Beoware of counterfeit
and imitations. The genuine manufactured on!y hpo


MISCELLANEOUS.


W ANTED-SMALL COTTAGE OR RESI-
dence for private family. JApply to GEO.
N. HALLETT, at Weihe's. 9-Itf.
FOR RENT NEW SEVEN ROOM
[dwelling all modern conveniences, situated
on Oclawaha avenue. Apply to P. McINTYRE,
at E. W. Agnews' & Co. 8-30-4t.
OST-IRISH SETTER PUP, 3 MONTHS
old, yellow with white feet. Suitable re-
ward will be paid for information or return of
pup to r,. W. MANN or to this office.


FOUND-A FINGER RING. OWN:R CAN
have same by calllngat thisoffice, proving
property and paying for this ad. 22-tf


4


in


Is riding day atthis time of the year. You must take your outing in tl. e ,
saddle and purchase your saddle at E. L. Root & Co.'s. The stock is a
saddlery exposition in itself and you'll find here a complete line. Drivers
can also, find a superb display of pleasure vehicles such as Carriages,
Surreys, etc. Every thing in summer furniture is also here, and buyers
should make it a point to come where the largest and finest stock is shown.


ANYONE WISHING TO LEARN IN AN
Seas and practical manner to speak, read
and write the Spanish language should send a
postal card to C. B. BALINO, City. 22-6t
K OFP. BADGE iOUND. OWNER CAN
Shave same by calling at WEIHE'S, de-
scribing property and paying for this adver-
tisement. 8-24-It

S.CRAND


^CLOSING OUT


This week


special bargairs are offered and double value- gtyeo for-bV., es ..

X..-~~ AP'^


i---OF--


SUMMER STOCK,,

To Make Room For



Fall and Winter Goods

\C. Rheinauer

C. Rheinauer & Bro.


-g X


;'k, FR


Repairing in all Branchee.


I


St.


Lookout Mountain
with its magnificently equipped
"Inn" under Eastern manage-
ment is 'now open ready for
guests. The East Tennessee
Road agents will sell Excur-
sion Tickets at low rates.
.1, !. W. WRENN. G. P. & Tkt Art,


A Large Map of Florida, Souvenirs, etc., etc., by Mail. Address
G. D. ACKERLY, GEN. PASS. AGENT,
af


THE NEW CAPITOL: OCALA, FLA.,-lATURDAY MORNING


'TEMBER


2, 1893.


The Pullman Car Line


THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR





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,ERCHANT TAILORS.
S ". ^'.


LOUISVILLE, CINCInATI srllOilrN I ULI
AND-AND4


uller,x


N 0 R T H W A ,TI M
Pullmau Vestivuled Service on Night jTrains. OCALA'S M
Parlor Chair Cars on Day Tiainu.
The Monon Trains make the Fastest Tme be-
tween the Southern Cities, and S- .
raer Resorts of the Northwes
W. H. McDOEL, CGeneral Manager, j.
FRANK J. REED, Gen'lP s. Agt,
For further particulars address
n. W. GI AD
ToLL IHA1iL !!


BREAKFAST BITS.

The sun did not have an opportunity
to do much kissing yesterday.
Those who retire early and rise late
have little to fear from malaria.
yer R _P- Ali ratm
ehicago and Atlanta yesterday.,
Clerk Jewett has a number of irons in
the fire, but none of these suffer from
neglect.
The banks have plenty of money and
they thoroughly understand the art of
keeping it.
Services in the Episcopal church to-
morrow. Morning service 10:3o; even-
ing service 7:30.
Leave order at D. W. Hall for Ice
delivered at factory prices. 4-9tf.
Mr. Jas. Hobkirk, of Citra, and one of
Marion's solid orange growers, was in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. McCorkle and Miss Belle returned
Friday from a pleasant visit to Mrs. Wm.
Sinclair, at Candler.
Blitch's bull bat law, had it passed,
would have prevented lots of fun for the
sports of Ocala this summer..
There is great suffering on the Sea Is-
lands in South Carolina and an appeal
for outside aid has been issued.
The Florida Southern will sell round
trip tickets to Jacksonville on the 4th,
6th and 8th of September for $2.5o.
Mr- R. A. Alford, formerly connected
.with the Dunnellon Phosphate company,
has returned after an'absence for several
months.
Joseph A. Mills, one of our watchma-
kers, returned yesterday from White
Sulphur Springs, after an absence of
nine days.
Another squad of sports played sad
havoc with the bats yesterday. Rain
don't seem to be any objections for this
kind of fun.
Fisher's wood yard gives the largest
and best load of mixed wood in the city,
delivered free to any address.
Dr. McCorkle, of this city, passed
through the cholera epidemic in Ala-
bama in 1873 and a yellow fever epidem-
ic in Tennessee some years later.
Julius Cohen brought back with him a
hat that is a curiosity. It is a beaver
and a man can have all the fun he wants
kicking it about. And it is no foot ball
either.
Mr. Geo. Wray is the only tuner in the
state who has reduced charges on all
piano work. Tone regulating one dol-
lar, which takes the metallic sound out
of it. ,
One. merchant- ,admitted yesterday
'morijting to thae CAPITOL that he had
done the best b~sihess during August he
ever had for that month. He advertised
in the CAPITOL.
One of the sportsmen, after returning
from "batting" Thursday evening, said
thst unless a man could kill three bats
South of four shots, it would be.cheaper to
buy beef-steak.
$1,ooo.oo to loan in $50o.oo amounts,
on first-class city property. Apply to
.P. Q. Box 748, Ocala. 8-22-dIw
The death list of the storm victims
continue to increasein South Carolina.
It is now thought that on islands near
Beaufort and PortRoyal at least a thous-
and lives were lost ..
S Williams & Nichols, Ocala's white
S barbers, are doing ai rushing business.
SBoth were donned in new suits yesterday,
[* and looked as .neat and as happy as a
yellow fly on a horse's back.
It was George W. Robinson that killed


the two bears, and not George K. Robin-
son that killed several bears, as stated in
the Times-Union yesterday. Such glar.
ing mistakes are becoming obnoxious.
Acting mayor Teague had Eliza Don-
nelly up before him yesterday for disor-
dely conduct and using profane language.
She was discharged. Two others were
up for violating the city sanitary ordi-
nances.
There is a giganticscheme on foot ope-
rated by a setbof thieving cut-throats to
rob thecitizens of this county out of some
8000o acres of valuable lands, which will
-be hipped in the bud and duly exposed.
.' -Dl, e.so^1. a o Tt~:n1,


EVERYBODY'S COLUMN

CHEAP ADVERTISING.

Cash in Advance.
Local notices in this department inserted at
THREU CENTS a line each insertion. No ad-
vertisement published for less than 25 Cents.
Payments requested in advance.


EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK


E= .


JEWELRY.


WATCHES.
s + *
V #4. I< ft E,


AI


I


It Costs No More

to go via


SILVERWARE.
Merchants Block.


LOOKS.


i 'PICAL


Mammoth

en route.


LINE


TRUNK


to the


Jacksonville, Tampri Key West Ry. Jno0,. H, Durkee Receiver; Fla, SOu, R, R. q.;
Johns & Lake Eustis Ry. Co.; Indian River Steamboat Co.; Jupiter & L.. Worth Ry.


World's fair

at Chicago

than to miss it!
The Louisville & Nashville Rail-
road affords choice of routes to
Chicago, via Cincinnati, Louisville,
Evansville and St. Louis, with per-
fect lines of Pullman Buffet Sleep-
ing Coaches through from Florida
to our Northern Terminals. For
Information as to time, rates, etc.,
write to C. P. Atmore, Gen'I Pas-
aeager Agent, Louisville, Ky., or
J. A. STELTENKAMP,
Fla. Pass. Agent,
90 W. Bay St., *
Jacksonville. Flo


TRAVERSING TROPICAL FLORIDA

Through Trains betw North and South Florida, Comfortable Coaches, Pullman Parlor,
Buffettand Sleeping Cars, Safe Service and Reliable Route, extends South from Jacksonville,
reaching all prominent Sunmer And Winter Resorts. Carries you through the

Orange Groves, Fruit Farms, Vegetable Gardens,
Pine-apple Plantations, Cocoanut Groves,
Hunting and Fishing Grounds'.

A CONTINUOUS LINE
Jacksonville to Juno-onLakes-.Worth.
Jacksonville to Tampa-on-Tampa.Bar.
Jacksonville to Puntsa Gorda-on-the-Gulf.
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS
To the East Coast,
To the West Coast, /
To the South Coast_
VIA
IN LANDAND UPLAND LAKES AND CREEKS
RIVER, GULF AN-D OCEAN SHORES.,
Traffic TrAd5 Tid'virards, Trav-l
TC TYropical TrAI\k g ii\q.