Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Publication Date: January 10, 1901
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID02682
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 2052267
oclc - 11319113
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621

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I than it has in literary production. Today -

our American scholars are the
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arship, while American literature can .

not be said to have yet secured a foothold


rTI'I But, within upon the the dizzy century-we heights of may famp.say Leading Furniture Dealers of!

within the last third of it-the growthof .

I 1 I education and literture has been

For Infants and Children. almost startlingly rapid-the former, Central and South Florida

in the expansion of old universities
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the springing up of new ones, and the

'CASTOR4: The Kind .You Have requirement of potent, original workin OUR STOREROOMS AND WAREHOUSES ARE ENOUGH TO CONVINCE THE PEOPLE_ THAT WE

all the universities; the latter, m

L_' Always Bought the production of a New England and CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF FURNITURE IN THIS SECTION. OUR PRICES ARE TO SUIT ALL.

Southern poetry and fiction
A\fcgeabkPreparationfor( Assimilating destined to live as faithful apparently transmitters WE BUY A GREAT MANY GOODS IN CARLOAD LOTS, AND BY THIS METHOD SAVE OUR CUSTOMERS
UteFoodandRegula-
tingtheSlomachsnroBowelsol" Bears theSignature of local color. In the matter of A LARGE AMOUNT. OUR ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. CALL

education especially, the foundationsare
I deeply laid. ? \ 'v w AND SEE THEM. IT WILL BE A PLEASURE. TO WAIT ON YOU WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT. ._ "
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IN ADDITION TO FURNITURE, WE HAVE THE FAMOUS STANDARD SEWING MACHINE, WHICH- -
Promotes DigeslionClmfur- BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONLast
LEADS ALL OTHERS. CALL AND INSPECT THEM. .
';:J ness Rest.Conlains neither
( Opium,!(orp.une' nor Mineral of Session of the Old Board-New

:.,. NorNARC01.'IC. ,, Members Sworn In Wagons Harness y
Buggies Etc.WE
r.n.Thryx + Ocala, Fla.. Jan. 7, 1901. j B

qOld1T.ttNo.maERI" The Board of Public Instruction in

,.lx.Srnnal&r&w t Soal. and for Marion county met this day in HAVE THE ONLY UP TO DATE STOCK OF WAGONS, BUGGIES AND SUPPLIES FOR SAME,

Sa1ritfenbp regular session with the following HARNESS, SADDLES, ROBES, ETC., IN TOWN. BUILDERS' MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS. WALL PA-
!Surd tll ", I n members present: B. A. Weathers, PER. PAINTS AND OILS.

IJI=b fit. chairman; M. S. Moser and B. I. Hull
tarn Set d- COMPLETE UNDERTAKERS
Minutes of last AND EMBALMERS DEPARTMENT ENTIRELY SEPARATE. *.- '
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rtmititl&igafflavor.Nirt4n rrnt meeting were read ..

s U S e and approved.A WRITE: TO OR CALL ON .
Aperfecl Remedy forConsli Pa- 'I. communication from the trusteesof ..-
Ron, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca the Reddick special tax school district -

11'orntsConvulsions,Feverishness was received, asking the board MclVER AND MACKAY OCALA FLORIDA. -

and Loss.. OF SLEEP. F or 011 (Q j r to allow their school to run one month ,

longer than the five months and that THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHINGpolls
Facsimile Signature or
the extra month be paid for out of
ff i iC& the
; ..
Years nrst moneys collected from the district
NEW ={. Thirty of 1900 . . . 34.00
after the incidental expenses of JBULED SEABOARDI :
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the election are paid. On motion the
Total receipts . . .$ 518.81 e1L
superintendent was instructed to run
Disbursed during month . 515.93 IiMITEb AIRLINE
-- -- the Reddick
-- t school one extra monthat
Balance in treasury . .$ 2.8S
$45 and the '
amount be charged to
The term of office of the presentboard S
EXACT copy or WRAPPER. the special tax district.

.,,... The bond having expired and there being DOuBLEDAJrr RAILWAY
;; .. II'M of B. P. Wilson, B. S.
no further business, the board adjourned I
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.
Dansby and Z. A. McClaren, trusteesof ,
-'. '- .", ., : -,': .. '. .-, ::.-: ::; :. '.: : -- :j.; .. > the Reddick special tax school dis- sine die. -s. A. L. Railway.Lv -- ---

trict, with John Sheuby and S. F. Rouas Ocala 4:15: a.m. 11:52 a.m.
sureties in the sum of $200, was Ocala, Fla., Jan. 8, 1901. Ar Jacksonville 9:30 a.m. 3:55: p.m. S. A. L. Railway.

examined, found satisfactory. and The members of the Board of Public AI' Fernandma 11:30 a.m. 5:50 p.m' I
an-
-"W --- -& Instruction of Marion county elect Ar Savannah 1:50: p.m. 11:50 p.m Lv 0 ca 1 a. 4:15a.m. 11:52 'a.m.
.
OUR COUNTRY IN THE NINE. 1 this. day it is regretable that the free- proved.A ed on the sixth day of November, A. AI' Columbia 5:35p.m. 4:36a.m. ,. AI' Jacksonfllle 9:30 a.m. 3:55p.m. ,
petition from the patrons of the AI' Camden 6:43 P.m 6:43 a.m. Lv Jacksonville 9:30 a.m. -
TEENTH CENTURY ing of the slaves was accompanied by Patt's Island school was read asking D. 1900, Mr. G. S. Scott, for district Ar S'uth'n Pines 10:00 p.m. 10:05 a.m.AI', Lake City 11:30 a.m.

chise upon them, it is also true that that the board No. 1, Mr. B. R. Blitch, for district No. AI' RaleIgh 11:37P.m. 11:50 a.m I AI' Live Oak 1.19 p.m.
extend their
From the Baptist Witness I chise upon them, it is also true that term one 2, and Mr. B. I. Hull for district No. Ar Henderson 12:48 a.JIl. 1:10 pm.1 AI' Tallahassee 3:38 p.m '
month. The
request was refused.
Now that with h 3, met on above date and AI' Petersburg 4:13: a.m. 4:38 p.m.
have even
,
we entered the new suc a disadvantage, the organized by .
The petition for special tax school Ar Richmond 5:03 a.m. 5:35 p.m. L. & N. Railro d.
century, people are debating as ID United States may call itself blessej district electing G. S. Scott chairman. -- --
at Oak Hill was ordered pub AI' Pensacola 11:00: p.m.
Pennsylvania Railroad.
what constituted the greatest thing of in that deed of freedom. Had the in- lished.A The superintendent's salary was AI' Mobile 3:05 a.m.
the century just closed. The question stitution of slavery continued for another fixed at $75 per month and on motion Ar Washington 8:45 a.m. 9:90 p.m. Ar New Orleans 7:40 a.m. .
communication from the Anti-Mo- Ar Baltimore 10:03 a.m. 11:25 pm.
may or may not be important. It i Is generation, not only would the nopoly Drugstore was read, asking the the superintendent was authorized, Ar Philadelphia. 12:2': : p.m. 2:56: a.m. S. A. L. Railway.
important if it is of such a nature a.s country have greatly suffered in the board to rescind when necessary, to employ help to as- AI' New York 3:03 p.m. 6:13 a.m.
the action it took at
to form a possible: integral part in the loss of the spirit of industry in the 1st him in his work. S. A. L. Lv Ocala 12.58 a.m. 1'41 p.m..
the last Railway.
meeting, not to accept the Ar Tampa 6:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m
development of human affairs in the great South, but social evils of far thirty-four different kinds of histories, The secretary was instructed to Lv Ocala 4:15 a.m. 11:52 a.m. I

present century. As we see it, the greater moment than now confront us books, etc., in lieu of the Cooper, Es- make a list of the necessary stationeryfor Ar_Portsmouth. _.7:00 a.m.. _5:5Q: p.m
matter is too broad to be decided. It would have been our heritage.In tell a year and ask for bids on same
& Lemon histories. On motion from the different Magnificent Pullman service North and South; also from Jacksonville to
will appeal to different minds differently. science and invention the United the board refused to rescind its action publishers. New Orleans. Dining car Savannah to Hamlet and Richmond to New York.

I The politician or statesman, the States has been a potent factor during and the superintendent was instructedto There being no further business, the N. Y. P. & N. R. R. leaves Nor folk daily for Philadelphia and Ne\V York.

educator, the scientist, the reformer, the nineteenth century. Although we notify the Anti-Monopoly Drugstorethat board adjourned to meet the first Monday Steamers leave Norfolk daily exceptSunday for Baltimore and New York a

the missionary, and! so on, will all may not lay such claims toward the the board would in February. W. D. Cam. nd daily for Washington. .

have their ideas on the subject, andit perfection of any of the sciences, as the thirty-four histories require at paymentfor $1 each, Secretary. R. E. L. Bunch, Gen. Pass. Agt., A. O. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.,

will be risking nothing to say that such, as some of the older countries, less 20 per cent., for the thirty-four Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville, Fla.
they will not GLORIOUS NEWS John Dozier Agent. Ocala Fla. W W. Condon. Ticket Agent.
agree. our service in this particular is not Cooper, Estell & Lemon histories, and

The :Mail and! Express says that the to be despised, and foundations have superintendent instructed to collect Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of --

greatest political fact of the century been laid for possible active leadership same.A Washita, I. T. He writes: ".'our

is the growth of the United States.Its within the first generation of the petition was presented to the bottles of Electric Bitters has cured

rise from a seaboard state, with a present century. As to invention, we board from the patrons of the Ocala Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which hail I liP Sou1ftei r RaiMag

population somewhat less:: than that of may claim nearly everything in sight. special tax school district, asking that caused her great suffering for years.

modern Holland{ to a continental, :More than one half of the world's Mr. J. M. Barco be appointed trusteeto Terrible sores would break out on her:

and then a world power, with a popu great inventions have been produced fill the place of Mr. Simon Benjamin head and face, and the best doctors

lation more nearly homogeneous than i from American brains. And, as the who resigned. On motion, Mr. could give no help; but her cure is i DIRECT LINE AND QUICK TIME TO

any state in Europe and more nunurous I inventive genius of the American excels Barco was appointed and the superin- complete and her health is excellent."
I WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHIL ADELPHIA NEW YORK
CINCINNATI

than that of any state in Christen that of other nations, American tendent instructed to have all the trus- This shows what thousands havp, -

dom. save Russia, is significant, not commercial and financial ability has tees to make out new bond and file proved.-that Electric Bitters is the! LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS, CHATTANOOGA -

only as the greatest specific fact in failed to find its superior in the counting I I with the superintendent by next meet- best blood purifier known. It's ibe ST. LOUIS, and KANSAS CITY,

the political history of the century rooms, exchanges and bourses of ing of the Board of Public Instruction. supreme remedy for eczema, tetter,

but for what has already meant to the the world. The richest men in the Messrs. Munroe & Chambliss noti salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running AND ALL OTHER POINTS EAST AND WEST

world. and, most of all. for what it i world, probably, are Americans, and fied the board that the $3500 warrant sores. It stimulates liver, kidneysand "

mast mean to the! world! henceforth the point of it is that these men have held by them against the board wouldbe bowels, expels poisons helps digestion i. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS .

It is further significant that upon made their money and not inherited due February 7, 1901. and proposed i builds up the strength. Only

tho soil of America has transpired one I it. America is a land of colossal tor- that if the board was not able to pay 50 cents. Sold by Garrett & Gerig THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESSVia

of the greatest reforms of the century, tunes not specifically on account of the warrant, to extend the time four I: druggists. Guaranteed. Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.; .

that of giving liberty to 8.000.000 of abounding opportunity so much as or six months or any time the board :
THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL .
slaves. Freedom to so many souls puissant; financial ability. desired. After consideration it was CLOCKSA c
Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.; :
constitutes a stupendous quantity in I Educationally, our country has not ordered that when the warrant becomes :'

the world's civilization. Although at proved itself pre-eminient any more due that it be taken up and in beautiful line of Clocks just r e- THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED ,_
ceived. Ocala Music Co. Via Jesup .
lieu
thirty-five $100 warrants be is- ,
sued. THE CINCINAT I DAY EXPRESS,
This season there is
a large death
Treasurer's reports Nos. 46 and 47 Via Jesup; .
rate among children from croup and
were examined, found correct and approved lung troubles. Prompt action will Through Vestibuled Trains; Pullman Drawingroom Sleeping Cars; Elegant
as follows: Dining Cars; Through Coaches. ..
save the little ones from these terribiediseases. ;

a Treasurer's Report No. 46 We know of nothing so certain Through Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, Via

Balance in treasury from- last -- to give instant relief as One Minute Asheville, N. C., and Knoxville, Through "THE LAND OF THE SKY.t

Family SVIodioiraes report . . . . .$ 68.36 Cough Cure. It can also be relied Through Trains via Southern Railway are now operated
upon in grippe and all throat
Received from and lu na In connection with
comptroller, the Plant System from Jacksonville.

For Coughs, Colds, Grip, or"Cold" one mill state tax . . 2,645.40 troubles of adults. Pleasant to take.
I) :
C 0 II g hH h 0 n I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Summer Excursion Tickets at very low rates on sale June 1 to Sept. 30, 1900
Y
l I I in ANY PART of body. Received from J. B. Whitfield, I

--- ------- -- -- --. --- tax sales . . . . 364.94 The Railroad Restaurant offers the -'
I I-OL.MAS. Micli.. Sept. 27..1900.:) best service in town. For rates, schedules and information, call on or address
For a whole year I ('011111 do nu work) and Received from E. P. Thagard, .
.
Kidney I d and 8 a cae h e walked with only fnurditl'cttIIt by hoMinx; 011 to a rliair. I doctored levy of 1899 . . . 116.50Received : W. T. COSBY, T. P. A., :
jliy>iiiani butre.orivfdiioroliof. O .A. S TORIA. 212 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
The u-o of two txittles otC from E. P.
U ...... E. Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure Thagard, Bean the _J Ito Kind You Hare &!ways Bought J. M. CULP, W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK,
gave me pcrftrt ('UI'('. J. M. MelitNNEY.: levy of 1900 . . . 32.00 Signature Traffic Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Asst G. P. A.,
U.3! '--- GENEVA.: Crawford CO..l'a.. June K; rjno.) Received from E. P. Thagard, Washington, D. C. Washington, D. G Atlanta, Ga.

00(I end d Liver F.1)"lpl'lasandllolllX.bon.I Three! year'--a'> I had: 1 a vxrre hit.akin attack;out on of polls of 1899 . . . 31.00 _.- ---,----.-. J.
Inc head and attended Received from E. P. Thagard,
for several laonti.sivithocttc+ult. I then! NEWS AND OPINIONSOf
took 3 bottles of Dr. Fenner's Blood and polls of 1;100 . . . 5.00 Atlantic Coast Line
Remedy and N e irve Tonic I Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic' and i secured -
a complete cure. J- J\SK: HAIIKMAX.: : National ,
Importance ----- --- --- - --- -
Total receipts . . .$3,263.20
Great Blood Remedy for Spring. :
Cleansing )hnn.1nIlRn. Ky.;: Sllt. 7..IXO'-
:
In connection with Florida East Coast Ry and Plant System, Schedule
13eadachesConstipatlou"Tired"Nervous.. __ My wife has Miflend ion; wit! I dp'I'l'p>ia. Disbursed during month . 3,252.99Balance Effective
-- -- --
Itrll.'dallofthcl pepsin preparations and all August 5, 1900.
of my own prescriptions without avail. I The Sun -, ------
finally pre Cure ana tho ucof it efft.eted a cure. Many I treasury $ 10.21 No. 78. No. 32. No. 32, Daily, Florida and West In-

O yspepaCu P P I r e i I' observation ot her similar have cases been that Lave cured come by under his I>my ys- I II Report No. 47 Alone Contains Both Leave Miami . . 7 15 a dian Limited-Vestibule coaches Jack-

d pepsi.n'uri'_ _Dr. F. J._LEKAXGOOD. Balance in treasury from last Leave Port Tampa .7 30 a 7 25 p sonville to Washington. Vestibule
I My Dear Dr. Tenner. I'mlonia, N. Y. --- Daily by mail . . . $C a year. Leave Tampa . 8 00 a 8 00 p Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping
. . . . .
.
-- ---H I I !hate used Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief for report $ 10.21 Daily and Sunday by mail .$8 year. Leave St. Augustine. 6 20 p cars Port Tampa, Tampa and Jackson
I many years for the di-eaes. and accidents Received from state treasurer Leave Jacksonville 8 00 p 8 35 a ville to New York without change.

; fully for which equal it to is all advertised you i claim and for have it. found it tax sales . . . 89.63 THE SUNDAY SUNIs Leave Savannah . 1 40 a 1 05 p Connects at Washington with Colonial
i J. BOYD ESPY, Leave Charleston . 6 48 a 5 22 p Express, via steamer Maryland, for
G De 61j R 1 1111 of f Received from state treasurer the Greatest
D.l i U n e i Presiding Elder M. E. Church. Sunday Newspaper in Arrive Richmond . 7 25 p 4 00 a I Boston. Only one night on the road.
Used for Cuts, Bruises Burns, Old Sores, tax sales . . . ..7Received 7 the World. Arrive Washington .11 20 p 7 39 a I
Sprains, Colds, Grip, Sore Throat, Colic No. 78, Atlantic Coast Line Express,
) from E. P. Thagard, Arrive Baltimore . 1 03 a 8 57 a
Price
Dysentery, Bowel Troubles is 5c. a copy. By mail $2 ,
_. ._. ,_., unfailing. a year.Address connects with trains from all points '
-- --- county levy of 1899 . 50.20 Arrive Philadelphia 3 50 a 11 12 a
I! Akron,Ohio,Jan.8, : in Florida and connections made for
\ 1:100. ,
DrM. 31. FEXXKH FmIonia,\. Arrive New York . 6 53 a 1 43 p
V. Received from E. .
Sf V I b san c e "W6 hav l Mild many. d.-izens of your St. Vitus' Dance P. Thagard, Arrive Boston . 3 00 p 8 30 p all points in the Carolinas and the Vir .
B *Stx-rifc l>VM.in&: and hen every." i-a r"luu> been,\ .F.UtltRilh has' proted CO. county levy of 1900 . 320.00 THE SUN, New York ginias. Through Pullman buffet sleeping
For Pullman reservations, rates and cars Jacksonville, via Richmond ., ..
Received
from E. p, .
Thagard
Ask your druggist for Almanac for 1901 containing descriptions of the Remedies and ,
all other information apply to and Washington, to New York.
Certificates of the most remarkable cures ever achieved by medicine. polls of 1899 . . . 14.00 Foley's Honey and Tar
F. C. BOYLSTON. Agt., S. P. COLLIER, JR..
For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug-store and all other leading drug tore.. Received from E. P. Thagard, j for children.* / ,suro. Noaptafo S 208 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. SoL P JL



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