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The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily (except Sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556

Notes

Abstract:
The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).

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7q. M\ a ord-he tr Allow no one to deceive you in this. paintings, or "lovely miniature, system sLu-hed oat in a years special a.manner owiileln ofofbtsowna ; Ocala at 2 o'clock and return by 7 o'clock, or later,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but 1m- .
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Infants and Children-Experience against EXPeriment. so tine and high a kind that to Treated i twenty practice rears enjoyed of the by any most specialist extensive This will take you over the most, attractive part of this

Y spend much time and labor upon this country.U doe to this Dr.IIalhaway's Individual system of ami treatment.nuiform roccenj famous trip without. 'the delay aud inconvenience heretofore

What is CASTORIA them, and to be ambitious for an r-XCiaslre I veariy In fPte from of doctors hundreds in all of part requests*of ihe encountered. Guaranteed that several live alligators will be
V Treatment world, a-Kiu; for the privilege ofnrtnKDr.Hathaway'sin'ittioJoftreatrneat.heboiieves
excellence (that which excels) of seen every'sunshiny day. r
Itwt-ertoatthwnone t* id8 himself the knowledge
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare that kind, is at any rate intelligible. of chief his which rem-dlei may,a be? ho done ia tx by>the well tmrt'llfnl aware of use the of n Tickets on sale at Plant System Office, Bay! street, Jacksonville

I Boric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It But the people who spend SKID 6yt-t Dr.Hathaway'atreatmentvr anyBleodand and Ocala House. .

contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic weeks in engraving 'Home SweetHome' Diseas9a.blooddlsea&winwhateverstage! .
cures a ulcersores. Parties of twelve from Silver down the
jrabstaiice. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms Llotchef",pimples etc,and Rft only re tirea the Fkln or more Springs
on a ten cent piece, or doing and scalp o tinr natural condition but eo rtirules Ocklawaha
for each. For additional
and allays Feverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind the blood that the diahels! permanently and completely $1.50 particulars, write .
driven!rom the system and all thU without .
anything else of kind which :
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation a administering poisonous or da'tzcrou draes.l to PHIL F. BROWN,.

and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the when it is done, is not worth the VariCOCeiO and and His Stricture treatment is a method of Varlcocele eaclustelybieownandin90percent. Manager Ocala H4use.AT'NASH' .-

Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep doing, they are, I cinnot but Stricture of! all call resnlte In a perfect
and permanent cure. No operation is required and -- 1
The Children's lanacea-Tl1e.l\Iother's. Friend. think, the v ims of an ambition no pain or inconvenience are expenenced by the '' ;...... ..
# patient. The expense of this treatment is much leas y .
than that of any opf ration,or hospital or inrtitnte
that both false and foolish.
is treatment,and 1' both safe and sure,restorlnff the
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS organs to a condition of perfect,normal health. iARGAINS'
"If one is beginning life witha Kidney teetquestlonuankforthosewhohavc Dr.Hathawa has just prf\parelta new '

few fixed rules, one of them 01.I.i... thisblank suspect Kidney trouble ana I-
Bears the Signature of he will cladlysend free tc wAll
may well be: 'What is it that is evel''onefho ends The demand Mm hi?name for Dr.and Hathawav's address. new of our Present Stock of Drygoods and

best worth ? Can 1 do It? New COOK book .Manliness' Vigor Health"haf Shoes at
doing FREE already exhausted' the flr!'t edition
100.000 but for a limited time a copy of
And if I can, is it worth while this book will be sent free to anyone w ho sends hie .
Consultationname Hathaway to Dr.Hathaway.
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throwing away time ana strength FREE. forconaultationandadviceatafhei PricesAlso
: hw office or by mail. BarQain:
'. upon what is not? Take the I NEWTON HATHAWAY M. D.

matter of our reading. One of 95 Bryan Street Dr. Hathaway&:Co.Savannah, G.

The KM You Have Always Bought the things that, when we are MENTION THIS PAPER WHEN WBrTIKU. a Beautiful Line oNJ

... young, we do not realize is that,

In Use For Over 30 Years. when we are older, and find ourselves F. C & SPECIAL RATES E \/\/ GOODS

.. THC CCNTAUM COMPANY TT MUHHAV(71111. New. VOMK. CITY. among other people and
: .:', '. ''; -': ::;. : .; -..: ''". .' : : -. Key West-On. account grand
hear them talk of what we know lodge K. of ?., tickets will be on Which will be bold at Prices Never Before
nothing about, one of the keenest
mortifications of life will be the sale March 12 -to 15, inclusive, Heard Of in Ocala

limited to March 20, at $2 L for
consciousness of our own ignor *

THE BARGANIER HOUSEChoice ance. We will remember then, the round trip.'TavaresOn. Don't... Fail to Call and See


private board in a comfortable and roomy house. perhaps, the books we have read, V account South C. A. NASH.

and of what poor stuff many of Florida Chautauqua at Mount
Large and nicely appointed rooms and a carefully supplied
Dora March We Again Hare the Bullenci Patterns Uj) to Date
them were; and we will realize 8 to 18, a rate of
table. Special terms to parties spending some time at this
house. that, if we had given the time one and one-fourth fare has been

that they have cost us to books arranged on the certificate plan.

MRS. J. E. BARCANIER Proprietor. worth reading: we would have DeFuniak Springs-Account of All our PatronsV .1

been fit companions for educated Florida Chautauqua, tickets will
DXTo. OS North :IVXAlxL Stroot.;
people, and happy and at ease in be sold Feb. 12 to March 27, inclusive in LoveWith
Next door north of the Agnew residence. are
their society. limited to March 31, for

"And so of almost anythingand $14.80 for the round trip from the rich flavor, tenderness, succulence and general

THE everything else. It is not so Ocala. high grade excellence of my prime meats, and all my

.0 L..I IN/ E: work much that that one makes wants a to true do better and New Books at the Library. customers are connoisseurs in steaks, chops and roasts.

.. ambition that It is
honorable he
as Gratifying
Prisoners of Hope, by :Mary

1MheelREPRESENTS wants to do the best. The peo- Johnston. To Have and to Hold, To know that my efforts to cater to the tables of the

ICICLE PERFECTIONSee ple who do the really great thingsare by:Mary Johnston. lone March critical is successful, and, as I am 'an expert judge of

the people who have gotten, by S. A. Crockett. Red Pottage, meats, I will serve the best in the land at the most
Samples first of all, a sense of proportion,
by Mary Cholmondeley. That reasonable prices.J.W.DAYIS. ,

R. E. YONGE, JR., Agent, Ocala, Fla. I and who know what it is upon Fortune, by Charles D. Warner. .
which it is worth while to
I spend
The Light of Scarthey, by Eger- CITY MARKET
their time and of
by means whichto
.ton Castle. A \Vest Point Wooing -

teach their fellow-men. ,
help or 7 --j: ,
Florida -
Central & by Clara Louise Burnham.
"The table cloth in Leonardoda .
1[ } Louise E. Gamsby Librarian. .
Vmc 's of the
great picture &C0.stablished
Peninsular R. R. I March 5, 1900. .
Last Supper, and what Da Vinci

Time Table Effective November 19th, 1899. did with it, are both rememberingjust CJA TOnA" E.LAWRENCE 1863CoQMissiofl

10 11 \ here. The picture has been ..,;:l-2 the Tno Kind: Ga Have Always Bsu. MADMINISTRATOR'S
.l'1'Om. SOUTEBOTO2.Lv ). a 18 I a -
l engraved and copied all over the .'giat :9of #
.Jft. I... ...: 800am847am 800pm918pm == :::::::-:- .. "' H'f1l-A- WQolBSaIo fflBIGQants
Jicisoartlls.! 920am725am 920am725am 1liii Ctl
..l-lantCit1.: ........ ........ .. fersasllaa.: .. 800pm615pm ........ world, and most of my readers
pade; City 98tiam 1031pm .. ...... Ar Baldwin... 950am 840pm 950am ........ r

lr. L'drr .. -r---1050amWnter 1220am...... ........ .......". Lv Baldwin.... -... .... -........ 1000am 817pm183pm have seen reproductions of it, NOTICE.All .
FRUITS AND PRODUCE
Y P'rjc 67am825am
tt Ar 1ilcClenn .. ...:.... ........ 1019am1128am
OrUaio...... 630pm745pm ........ ........ .' y with the wonderful figures of
.. .. ..
Lake .. .. .. ......
I. . Olam ........ ........ .. City 82pJA creditors legatees, distributees and all
.tpopta... .. 048am(48am 900pm ........ ........ .. Live Oak .... ........ 1218pmU9pm 1080pm i Jesus and St. John which are its persons: having any claim or demands againstthe
Madia. ........ .....:. 280am440am estate of the late Martha A.Jones deceased 20 North Side of Faneuil Hall Market
..
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.. .....
''Iff 940pm II D1onticeno.. .:...... :......_ ,
320pm But when it ,
........ ... crowing glories. are hereby notified to present the same to
tur| 1015am 1050pm1160pm 'all'h'.e ......... ......... 3 38pm439pm 6 00amSwam the administrator
dwood.. 1040amrWUdwood. -.. .u Quincy ..... ......... ......... was first exhibited, it is said I II estate undersigned on or before as the 11th,day of May of, 1900.said
: 1055amtlftam 1230am ........ ........ iVerJ.tion .....J... .......... 626pm 940am. I I'EAaY II. NU.EM, BOSTON MASS.
hllnilW'h' 160am ................ that everybody exclaimed, 'How : Sheriff of Marion County and ex-officio administrator
E4&... 11 61mM 225am ........ ........ Lv Baldwin .... 1000am1059am 850pm ........ ...... of said estate. 379.
N IOer.p'ag ..... .. ........ ........ Ar Starke...... 1007pm ... marvellous is the painting of the REFERENCESSpecialties
?. wtaoree>. 1a57pm; 417am505am ........ ........ Waldo ...... 1125am1130am ...".."..".. ."..... Faneuil Hall National Bank '
M. Aldo..... 127pm ........ ........ 1041pm threads of the table cloth!' until Peaches Melons SouthernBoston
win. 810pmTTSm 700am.. ...... ........ Tropical and semi tropical Boston Fruit and Produce Exchange ,
.'a 58pm 755am .: Leonardo incensed that they Chamber of Commerce !
: at the F TUlt and T
11 plants Greenhouse. i R. G. Dun & Co's. Commercial A enc, HICK .
78* U should ignore in the picture what

CeW Klr. ==- =::: -:-- -- was really great, for somethingthat

Iff er .....10 loam 315pm445pm .... ......... Lv Waldo ...... 510am 200pm230pm ........ was an insignificant detail,
II ..
m..m..... ... .
1050am 1252pm
845am ........
M a 140< .. 1120pmUTpm.... : 600pm 122pm: ._..... .. ArOsnesilie..12Olpm" Archer ............. 900am 315pm615pm ........ seized his brush and impetuously McIVER & MacKAYThe
.'r. e.c.... 5 05amfi ........ ........ Cedar Key.. ...... ......... .. ..
...... ....... ........ : : the details the tablecloth
315pm810pm 0am painted m
... .
Lv Waldo .114 aim 10 r5p ........ ........ .
........ ........
..:.. _7 Warn Hawthorne 1c13pm1185pn .. .. ........
". Silver Sp'ng ......... ..::::.. ......nS all out. It was a fine lesson leading Central Florida
1 at. Ocala .,...... 140pm 115am .
&l1evi"w... 202pm 150am :::::::: :.::::,? in proportion which we may '

r 'tion ........ ....... 1210pm 10 20am Wildwood, 2S2pm242pm 240am ........ '..H'b recall to help us distinguish in Furniture and House Furnishing Dealers.
utacar ....... ....... 1248pm1201pniLvlvildwodd: .. 820am480am ........ ........
I ell&&liuea.... ..... .... .. 143pm SSfpm660pir! Ar Leesburg... 810pm ........ ........ any work between a mere ambI- The and brand of Furniture in
stock
II iootieella. ........ ... ... 155pm34f '41pm: Tavares .. .. 838pm 520atm......... ........ largest most complete new
It D.... ....... ... ... pm525pm Lv'l'avar9i.... 888pm 543am' ..... tion to excel, and an ambition to
Jve Oak... ....... 53fam U2pm 8 ::5pm Ar Apopka..... 424pm TOuam ......
.... 01\7.. ....,..V 63am \ 10 0pm OriaalD...,... 500pm 820am250am ........ ........ excel in what is worth doing." suites from the cheapest to 1 the most expensive. Iron, brass
IUf.. ....... 727am 630pm64&pm 115am Winter Frk 527pm .. ..... ....UlL
Ar Baldwin... ... .... 743am : _2UOamt Lv Wildwood.. 237pm35ipra .. ... ..... .. trimmed beds. Mattresses of all kinds.
.i. Springs price.GI5i"ftT .
tt !sta.. 8 18pn< 743am 648pm 3 loam Ar Dade City... 425am......... ........ any
A"hbo'rll1.... li t pn. 817am 725pm o uam Plant CityM. 444pm 528am030am ...... ........ It Saved His LegP. ,
erpsd U .... 6 n' S5am PQmm; 9 35an TasiJ.. .. .. 53Upm ...".... ... .. .
j moept Bund/. A. Danforth of LaGrange, ASSORTMENT OF MAIlINGS
U.Through Pullman Sleeping Car Tampa to New York via Jacksonville.
13-ThroucL PuJmau Sleeping Car New York to Tampa, via Jacksonville. Ga., suffered intensely for six

I 18.3 1,,'l'hro.t hrou L Pol'jnan Pullman Sioepun Sleeping Car Car New Jacksonville Or'.ean! '"to to New Jacksonville.Orleans. months with a frightful runningsore in all grades, Rugs and Portieres. Handsome Pictures ; Picture Moldings, hundreds of
t. Pullman Sleeping Car service Jacksonville' to St. Louis, via Lake City.
?a8,Through Pullman Sleeping Car gemce St. Louis to Jacksonville via Lake City.Por on his leg, but writes that designs. Side Boards ; Chairs, beautiful willows, dining and office. Office Desks, three

t yta\! or Uformation write to General(impotsiDle Passenger: to O li rive<,e. in this condensed achedole) apply to your ntan B cklen's Arnica Salve wholly sizes. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. In fact, anything in Furniture. We have three

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---- -- ---- --------- I. Wounds, Burns, Boils, Pain or Picture Framing, Etc., done by skilled workmen.

Piles, it's the best salve in the


f OBiLE & OHIO R. R. 25 world.cents.Cure Sold guaranteed.by Garrett Only& Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Etc.re .


Gerig, druggists. have the only up-to-date stock of Wagons Buggies and Supplies for same, Harness,

1--1 c::> ,- L-II'J e:: Saddles, Robe, Etc. in town. Builders' Material of aH kinds. Wall Paper, Paints

1'oJored Restaurant and Oils. Complete Undertakers' and Embalmers' Department entirely separate.

To St. Louis, Chicago and 4he West Meals at- all hours; special low Write or call on .

Through Bullet Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via rates by the week. Only first

the Plant System leaves Jacksonville at s) p. m, connecting with class colored restaurant on the McIver and

the Mobile & Ohio's West India Flyer, the best equipped tram square. MELISSA :MACK, MacKay

3 in the South. For general information, tickets, etc., apply to Proprietress.A .

ticket agents of the Plant System, OOALA FLORIDA :

C. :M. SHEPHERD, L. E. SPENCER, T. F. & P. A., new arrival of Whitman's .
THE PEOPLE WHO/ HANDLE EVERYTHING.
Gen. Pass. Agt., )Mobile Ala. 235 W. Bay 3t., Jacksonville, Fla package candy at Council's.




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I Drummers Credit U Us y'' T y'4, y y 'y j" A T' 4 OCALA HOUSE CURIO BAZAR t

With doing the best work in the

state. They are good judges. ,Show Pino Grxracl.0cronucos cigars
your appreciation of a good thing
s- by your patronage. .

F THE OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY New York Dailies and Magazines

J HVY2ER'S:: CANDY


Volume V
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, Number 225

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COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGSTUESDAY'S Mr. and Mrs. Lenox Beattie, I

Edinburgh, Scotland; George EARDS BROS. f

PROCEEDINGS &4KIN6 Terry and wife, Waterbury,

J. A. Campbell of the Ocala Conn.; G. E. Nye and wife and <

Water Company agreed to sup wm POWDER F. B. Malcomb, Chicago; W. C. CITY MARKET 1

Murgatony and wife, J. S. Milton
ply the new jail with water at the ABSOLUTELY PURE
and wife, Mrs. T. O'Connell and THE LEADING WHOLESALE ,
rate of $52 a year, which he said Makes the food more delicious wholesome Miss Helen O'Connell, Wilmington -
was a cut of 50 per cent on regu- Del. AND RETAIL BUTCHERSWestern i
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,hEW YORK. were among the arrI-
lar rates. After considerable vals at the Ocala House
chafing about yester- Meats Fish and Cedar Key Oysters
payments of quar- i day. j
ter rents on the superstitious 13, Dr. Smith, of Anthony madeus i 1 Miss Vassie Baker of Wellington Received beery: Day. t

Mr. a pleasant call this morning.The Kan., a sister of Mrs. Curtis
Campbell agreed to make I \
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,! .. .. Choice Florida Meats
.
\ \ Celery and All Other .1
.
truckers of that 3
the rent $50 for the j ill and the place are I and Miss Lightey of Judeson, a /' -- ,-t -
Vegetables In
old rate or $15 a year for the moving bravely forward, and niece of Mr. J. F. Curtis, are c I / r t.1:iI''i1ft Season -.;

court house and $20 a year for the making new crop. making their home with the lat- ll! Y FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108 j

armory. On motion of Liddell, ter's family in Ocala. i1-- ,.: .
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Mr. FRESH CANDYIt 1.'
Long was appointed a committee !;h 'I.
Established Jan.17. 7SU7
of one to draw up the con- tickles the taste with a PALMS FERNS, CITRUS PLANTS .lTI,i \ .; 't f....:"!\1 :I!!

tract with R. A. Burforu, countyattorney. toothsome twang. Makes At the Greenhouse. r' I "....<'I/, <1.:.v;,":LiI,f': I MUNROE AND CHAMBLISS

folks long for a palate as .-),-I-) --_oJ_ _.-....-...;...;.. __fL -
I.. N. Green Bankers
appa red for the wide
as a town lot. "Deli- There were arri-
twenty-nine
F. C. & P. r- ]read, asking the cious!" OCALA: F
"Finely flavored! vals at the Ocala House yester- NW FLORIDMReceive
bo' <- )r &J flu, claim: deed to a "Fresh 'V"
0
and !
crisp dainty day and fifteen at the Monte- Deposits Have Money to Loan
lot soid the railroad Will Sm-
by are the expressions dropped zuma. The Latest Armal
clair, adjoining Mclver & Mc- about TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS ,
my candy store. Was not like the above
Kay's warehouse, which origi- Everybody wants a bite. STAMPED LINENS Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Large Ones
cut,but.consists of new, tasty and
nally belonged to the city and in Everybody can have one Support Your Home Bank.
up-to-date in Ladies' Ox-
styles
REDUCED PRICESPick
which there was a Haw.: It was T. W. TROXLER.
fords-butto't'd
and laced-and
granted. over this lot, tumbled.
built on the newest lasts and of
Mr. Long told an interesting Wanted. Doilies, Center Pieces, Tray material selected for good service. NE"\V STOREVe
incident of a deed for title in the Cloths, Scarfs and the like
case of William Jones, one of the Wanted' by a cultured lady of We've broken the in two They are perfect-we want you
price
mature to see them.J. .
age, a position as housekeeper
original settlers of Ocala and a in a refined family. Applicant just to gain your better acquaintance. M. NEELY, are now writing up our advertisement for nfX

blacksmith and wheelwright, who is also a competent nurse MERCHANTS' BLOCK OCALA, FLA week, when we will have our store in good shape, so that we
had his
shop at the corner of Os- J. G. have
for invalids FERGUSON & CO. can everything handy for you.
or children.
Applyat
ceola or Railroad and South Third this office.D. Successors to Mrs. D. M. Hick. County Assessor's Rounds Our stock comprises Dry Dress and Fancy .Goods
streets, but now among the "" .
Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, Hats and Notions.
things of the past, as is the Tax Assessor J. C. Mathews ion Quick Sales and Small Profits is
our motto
former owner of the lot. D. Dunham and bride ar Three Step
his annual trip the I
rived at the Montezuma over More Goods for Same Money-Same Goods for Less
In the early days when Ocala yester The Latest Fad, by Nat D. county and has made the following Money
was "out in tho wilderness," the day. Mr. Dunham is an eaten :Mann, and all the late music. appointments: Don't forget it is

party of whom Jones bought his sive naval stores operator at Tay- OCALA Music Co. Ft.'McCoy, Wednesday,7,a.m.

land, instead of giving him a deed lorsville. Greenwood,Wednesday, 7,p.m. The Boston StoreNo.

for record, handed to Jones the nest of Alls Mr. Bressoy of the Munroe Jitra, Thursday, 8, a. m.

seller's deed and said, "Here i neighborhood is ill at the Monte- Fairfield, Friday, 9, a. m. 25 South Magnolia Street
your property." Mr.\ Long said To cleanse the system in"a gentle Reddick
zuma. Friday, 9, p. m. Formerly( occupied by Mrs. Hick.)
that the town site of Ocala wus and truly beneficial manner, Elmwood, Saturday, 10, a. m.
originally 200 acres; that it was when the Springtime comes, use. Go to Rheinauer'sFor Bhtchton, Monday, 12. OCALA FLORIDA

from the government, and John the true and perfect remedy your shirt waists. Newest Cotton Plant, voting place, -

Reardon, father of Hon. John G. Syrup of Figs. Buy the genuine. styles. Tuesday, 13.Heidtsville.1.

Reardon, as an official, made the Manufactured by the CaliforniaI Wednesday, 14. NEW HATS
I During the for
spring season
a
transfer. He spoke of the indif Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sal enerve Dunnellon, Thursday, 15, a. m. .
tonic and stimulant, use ..
by all druggists, at 50 cents ,
ference of property owners about per Juliette, Thursday, 15, m. FIne
bottle. i I Celery Compound Sold at 75 p. Imported Pattern Hats
making a record of their deeds in I I I cents a bottle at the AntiMonopoly Buck Pond, Friday, 16, a. m.
the county clerk's office. In 18;7 Fresh Taffy at Dame's. drug store. Romeo, Friday, 16, p. m. lust received, the most elegant in style and quality ever
when he was county clerk, while Flpminsrton. Saturday. 17. offered for sale in the city and nnWs in all lines- are

inspecting a lot of old boxes, he Lowell,-Monday- 19, v.a. m. reasonable. A special invitation is extended to all to visitmy

found the deed to Ocala's town Kendrick, Monday, 19, p. m. store.

site and recorded the same. SPRING AND SUMMER Shady Grove, Tuesday, 20, a.m.
For Style and I Hava
the
Quality Goods to Pleas
R. L. :Martin\ appeared with J. Pedro, Tuesday, 20, p..m. .

o C. Mathews\ tax assessor, and Summerfield, Wednesday, 21. *
MRS. L. T.
TOMPKINS
had the value of lots 4 and 5 in 1900AT Belleview, Thursday, 22, a. m. .

block 28, Belleview, reduced from Santos, Thursday, 22, p. m. Corner Store, Opposite Liddon's Stable.

$2000 to $1000. Sparr, Monday, 26, p. m.

Sheriff Nugent appealed for Ocala, Tuesday, March 27, to
the release of Will Phillips, who M. FISHEL'SThe Friday, :March 30. PETER INGRAM .

had a sentence of one year and

had only two weeks more to Story of a Slave Merchant Ta.ilor
serve and had behaved well. His
liberty was given him. The of the ladies and every buyer in this and To be bound hand and foot for .

Mr. Long moved, and was sec- adjacent counties is hereby called to inspect the handsomestand years the worst by the form chains of of disease slavery.is .Merchant's Bank Building
onded by Mr. Morgan, that in the *>*
future all escaped convicts shouldbe largest line of Spring Goods ever exibited in this city.It George D. Williams of Manchester I have received -
Mich., tells how such a slave a large and nobby assortment of Trous

turned arrested over, when to the caught turpentine, and will pay you to see these goods as they are perfect in was made free. He says: "My I erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at pricesto

or mines. styles beautiful in colors and low in Below wife has been so helpless for five suit all ta tes.
camps phosphate prices. we mention I have added
years that she could not turn to my Tailoring Department aline of
The petition for a ferry and a few of them : over in bed alone. After Gents' Furnishings. SCARFS and TIES will
public roa.dat Tobacco Patch ____________ using
two bottles of Electric Bitters, be a specialty, up-to-date styles. Gold Studs warranted for
the Ocklawaba
landing, on river
was referred to Chairman Allen, Lawns in all New Shades. Foulard, Batiste she is wonderfully improved and ,twenty years, Collar Buttons and Sleeve Links. I* carry a
able to do her own work." This good stock of Umbrellas at low prices.
for .
investigation.The Dimity Francaise Aries Plaid
remedy for female dis- .
supreme -
petitIOn to change Moss
Pique in white and colors eases quickly cures nervousness,
Bluff ferry to Morrison landing Monarch, .
sleeplessness, melancholy, headache -
was The refused.petition requesting the Dimity de India backache, fainting and 3 Tribune I and

PercalesMarseilles dizzy spells. This miracle work- '
of .
opening a public road from < / FeatherstoneWHEELS
ing medicine is a godsend to <
Moss !
Bluff via Ekctr" rail Lynne
Pique weak, sickly, run down people.
to Gra..3inv' ,e W:1grant.ed.: : The f1I1H
Ci+"'i" was dir\.rtttl t post same. Reversible Covert Cloth Every bottle guaranteed. Only
T'iewcr P'i:; \\' .-L. Smith, 50 cents. Sold by Garrett & t. A Full Line of Samples

J .. Ullage nd Ed. Cordery.Sheriir El Coronado, Organdies. Corduroy Gerig, druggists, Ocala. Prices within reach of all

Nugent's feed bill for Wool Crepon, Pebble Welt, Alliance Ccrd
prisoners for February was Fresh Oysters j These Wheels Represent Bicycle -
Chambray b-'
$140.20. Fresh oysters received every 1. .. Excellence. ,

Nathan Mayo, for AntiMonopoly FULL LINE OF DRYGOODS AND NOTIONS day at WilliLin Tucker's stall, "' "
drug store was authorized to No. 8, city market. 'MONARCH NATHAN PEYSER, Agent*
Dress Duck. Sateens, Calicos S
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ELEGANT LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS Lots in .J I4lietteVe SWEET CREAM FOR SALE

VEGETABLESApples \ have a few choice lots i in

oranges, bananas, co- Laces and l Embroidery a Specialty Juliette for sale. J. H. Livingston Parties desiring Sweet Pure Cream should address

coanuts chickens and & Son, agents.OASTOn.XA..
eggs, groceries -
cool drinks, confectionery, HERMITAGE DAIRYSweet
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tobacco and cigars. All goods Eem tie!: Tt.a Kai You Haig Always! Bought Milk Delivered Every Day-
M.
above mentioned cheap for cash. FISHEL .
Sk mte.
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THESTAR'the COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGSContinued Constipation, Olin, Kendrick; Dr. U. B. Parra-i I -.rte

more, Eureka: Dr. LlSk, Graham- i \
Biliousness f t
Headache f fi
( from First Page, ville; Dr. T. J. ..Fnnk, Orange

Only Daily Paper in Ocala -'. L Heartburn, Springs; Dr. C. W. Lindner, I. ..: .
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put the West dl Int'ctant"ppa- Indigestion Dizziness Sparr; J. \V. Stevens, Fort McCoy : i;;

BITTINQER AND COMPANY ratus into the urinals at the court I ; N. P. Williamson, Kerr I. I t trrht
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Indicate that liverIs I
Proprietors and PublishersC. bouse. The fluid to cost $2.25 a I I out of order.your The City, W. W. Jackson, Moss Bluff; r f!

gallon and will last a month. best medicine to rouse A. S. J. McKinney; Stanton; i

L. BITTINGER, The petition of Rad Morris A the liver and cure all M. Turnley, Lake Weir; E. S.

Alter, BB* BaalBea Ma*.er. Will Ross and others for a \. these ills, is found in Upham, South Lake Weir; Capt. If there is a fire in your cellar you put it out

R. R. CARROLL CITY EDITOR over the Withlacoochee rr _., Hj $ you use water again. If the fire is located in
Gaiter, was laid over till uext Summerfield; Dr. W. R. 0 Veal, '' '
Entered at the Ocala poatoffice as second class 25 (-I'., d. Sold by all medicine dealers. r the second story, water is the agent to subdue
matter8UR5CRI1"l'ION month. Will proposes to outdo Cotton Plant; Dr. K. D. Sistrunk, it. If in the attic, water is still your salva-

Maurice Strauss along this line. Juliette; W. J. Folks, Romeo.I I w tion. Fire is fire, and no matter where: located

One Year ...................RATES...............'5 00 From next meeting on he will record of vital statistics, and in The question of ascertainingthe i L4-_= t. I fy, water puts it out.
Six Months ................................. 260 haunt the board until the bridgeis accordance therewith named the exact mileage of railroad side Your body is a house of many stories. It is
Three Months............................... 1 tf
One Month................................. 50; granted, at least that is what following persons: Dr. E. C. Pas- tracks and spurs in Marion countywas ; I 1,. lined throughout with a marvelously sensitive
mucous membrane. Whenever this
The Star la delivered by carrier to any part he said in a letter to Mr. Long.NO ley, Fiemmgton; Dr. S. H. Butch, taken up, discussed and Mr. i brane becomes irritated mem
of the city at the above rated. Bhtchton Dr. H. Uartrell Fair- IT / or inflamed, the result
ADVERTISING RATES OS APPLICATIONTHE BIDS ; Allen named as a committee of is Catarrh. When you catch cold, you have

field; Dr. B. P. Wilson, Reddic.k one to consult a surveyor and as- Catarrh of the head, or eyes, or ear or nose.

WEEKLY STAR No bids were received, per request and Lowell; Dr. Napier, Orange certain the cost of acquiring such ,4 t' Bronchitis is Catarrh of the bronchial tubes.

It published every Friday. Subscription, $I a of the board, made at its Lake, Mclntosh and Boardman; information and negotiate for the Pneumonia is Catarrh of the air cells of the

year;to cent for six months. last session, for a poor farm, so William Knoblock! Martin; 0. (j.Chloro My lungs. Consumption is Catarrh of the lungs.
that
the information
z Commissioner McLeod renewedhis survey, so i 4 ::' ; Heartburn and Dyspepsia are Catarrh of the
'
could be forwarded to Tallahassee stomach. Kidney troubles Catarrh of the
\aldosta, Ga., had a $50,000; generous offer, made several .s ) /J are
and the property go on the ...; kidneys. Biliousness is Catarrh of the liver.Leucorrhoea .
fire Wednesday. years ago when this important 1
is Catarrh of the in
Naptholemus tax books for 1900. pelvic organs
subject came up for consideration, w women. Almost everyone has Catarrh in
An informal discussion was
Arcadia's steam laundry went to donate eighty acres of land tj some form.Peruna.

went up in smoke last week. near Kendrick for a poor farm. Is an antiseptic, insecticide and a then had on the utility of using is the name of a medicine that

The land is said by those who disinfectant. Six ounces makes soft rock instead of clay for building :,, / ; cures Catarrh in any part of the body,the same
our hard roads. The commis- l-- as water extinguishes fire in of
Bargains in Dry Goods. know to be excellent quality five gallons of strong disinfectantfor ,, every part a
sioners visited the hard roads, I house. It is a long tried specific for Catarrh
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pine land-high dry and healthy. flushing drains, kitchen sinksor
Kheinauer & Go's drygoods : examined them thoroughly and in every complication and phase. It restores
Messrs. Allen and Long water closets. As a preventive the delicate
were yx; t pink membrane that lines the inside -
offer wide fruit
department yard decided that in the future only
named a committee to inspect the from diseases in the sick t of t1and 1e body to amakes perfectly normal condition
of the loom for 7J cents. soft rock should be used.
land and locate the farm, and, if room, put a few drops in two thus the sick well. It is a
Yard wide Sea Island 5 cents. Received from licenses for Feb universal remedy for that universal disease-
to for suitable saucers every night and morning.
Best brands of calicoes 5 cents. necessary, arrange ruary, $184.3G. Catarrh. It is the only true Catarrh cure
buildings to be erected for the Sold at the Anti-Monopoly drug '
known to medical science. *
Checks and homespuns 5.4, G-4, BILLS L .J
purposes intended. store. Call: for circulars and par-
8-4,104 and ll-4five cents a yard
Nine bills
. ticulars. justice cost were pre-
Bleaching, 51 cents, lower than BURIAL PERMITS sented, of which T. D. Crawfordwas

the present market price. The state health officer, Dr. credited with seven, amount-

100 dozen ladies shirt waists.D. Porter; called the attention of ....e.d. r-r\.J, w. y. ing to $86,86; the other two footedup FurniturB at GustStxtyflays
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the board to the fact that it was -A ?- fcjo > $22.99 the least number
M. Brier, formerly of the fii .-""' >c cs
the duty of the board under the 0 rn o known for some time, showingthat

Racket store in Ocala, is conduct- law to appoint agents outside of == C; """ s Zrc the era of peace and good For

ing a similar business in Gadsden, incorporated cities and towns to 5S <(i will among the people of Marion
fj ..... u
Ala., where C. E. Connor and issue burial and rn o. County
permits keep a ,.-4 ...j-J >- H prevails.
family reside. = .1"4""' I- o 8o53 5 .-TO Salaries, county supplies and We will sell our New Furniture at Cost, to make room
IIIIMJ -I
Clearance Sale IkI.mI: ;5...c. 2 c:: CJC oroners' inquests, etc., footedup for Several Carloads of goods just purchased, for which we

Bismarck's Iron Nerve Notice the advertisement in II Ii 11 :3: LI.I.FS5530 $565.57. For roads, $355.95. have no room. Following are some of'the goods which will

Was the result of his 0 Adjourned. be sold
splendid GLCO positively at cost :
this issue of Pittman & McIntyre. i
health. Indomitable will ana m Handsome Bedroom Suites Sideboards Chiffoniers
These gentlemen have just simply Wll&tt ,

tremendous energy are not bought more goods than they :i roO cI = e Old Age Sofas, Lounges, Mattresses [finest line in the country],
found where Stomach Liver
have room for and are forced to ;..c d ptj Old age, as It comes m the or- ,
S W Toilet Sets [the most beautiful, in town] and many
and Bowels of
out :
Kidneys are c
sacrifice many goods to make = Wsslm:: derly process of Nature, is a
= other articles.
order. If want these
quali-
you beautiful and
room. The gain, as ever, is their Co) _""' majestic thing.
ties and the success they bring, customers. TJ : rn, S The very shadow of eclipse Remember. we also have a complete line of ,

use Dr. King's New Life Pills. ;Q- 1 en which threatens it, makes it the.
iibl D Second Hand Furnitureand
They develop every power of IlJII1J.' rn ..2CO = more prized. It stands for exp

brain and body. Oniy "5 centsat The Boston StoreM. :C:): E:: w w .. -J.vO rience, knowledge, wisdom and come to us to save money. We will positively do
cr
Garrett & Gerig's Drugstore, Handlesman, proprietor, is .J .- counsel. That is old it as we '
004 as
say.
....... Q) age '
.... 01"4""'+ .
Ocala. open for business in Mrs, Hick's .+- y td ..; <4.V! should be. But old age, as it so PlTTMAN & 1\1 C N'fYRE.RIOH .
....
<( "" .. ig
former stand. The
The {Woman's Missionary goods are -- C) 0 P4-J.n often is, means nothing but a
not all displayed yet and the d < second childhood of mind and
Society of the 'Baptist church = -3 & 1
spring goods have not yet arrived j body. What makes the differ- BLOOD.
will hold its regular monthly SbOSa2n
flfn
but there is a great assort- = ? the of
meeting tomorrow (Thursday) ence Very largely care This woman is a picture of per
ment of goods and an abundancefor o u the stomach. In youth and the --, fect health. Her existence is
at 3:30 m.Tax. r.4
p. all. H 0 4 l-tPH- ? full strength of manhood itdoesn't .t:1 not made miserable by Shattered

Nerves, Wasting Irregularities
to matter how r ,
seem we
Books Open ilheinauer & Company Dyspepsia, the Blues, or any of
WALTER DUKESBroadway treat the stomach. We abuse it, 3 the manifold derangements

Tax books for 1899 are now Lead in all spring novelties and overwork it, injure it. We don'tsuffer ', caused by weak or impure blood.

open and will remain open until dress goods. The Tailor from it much. But when .. She is full of life and ambition.

April 1, 1900.E. age comes the stomach is worn She is handsome. She is happy.

P. THAUAKD, Alba lleywood's Ui-Chloride of SUITS TO ORDER I I out. It can't prepare and distribute ,- ,, --_ Rich blood coursing through her
t rom 12.50 Up veins maintains her magnificent
Tax Collector.
Fun
the needed nourishmentto
womanhood, warding off the in-
.
Will cure everything (including $3 Pants a SpecialtyCleaning the body, and the body, un- numerable diseases to which a

A Bargain in Books the blues). He treats the entire Dyeing and Repairing Neatly nourished, falls into senile decay.Dr. .. I :

For sale, a file of the American system through the eye and ear. Done Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- ,susceptible.i I

Monthly Review of Reviews, I Throat examined while you laugh. Corner Broadway ani! Orange Streets covery is a wonderful medicinefor ,

from August, 1896( to December, No pain, except in the side. You old people whose stomachsare __ F.jl 9/ Savannah, Ga., says 1 1r
i f"
I P. 0. Address Box 134: whose lt 'f.- she was suffering aUI
"weak" and
1899, inclusive.. Also three odd but it don't hurt. You digestionsare I I I
yell, cry, the torture of ter.scrofula ,
a
Its effects \\. ::: Ij.J. -/=>O .
volumes. Apply at this office. but it's from laughing. Hey- "poor. invigorating .\.1.1/1, q j'j.: ,;J( riMe case of t

vood is supported by a L. ALEXANDER are felt by mind as well as '\ 1' 'I? ; ;; and no relief could be
companyof
F !: !
body. It takes the sting from : _
Open All Night i artists all the best in their obtained until P. P.P., I
Practical 1
l
makes old -
and .
old .
age, people 'B< L Pp mans Great Remedy .
Wo have a night phone, Num- line. Net a dull moment, but a CARPENTER AND BUILDER strong. -'J"' !_' was tried j the re.t -

ber 73, and render willing sen ice merry-go-round of fun. To appear J ,r suit was a completecure.
Ladles' aud d'ents' Shampoo Parlor .
Careful estimates made all contract work.
here on the evening of Wednesday on .
at any nour ot the night. Ask Gives more and better worK for the money tt
than other in town. 1 Upstairs over the Railroad
March 14. any man ,
your physician to call us. OJPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY) is the ideal medicine -

GARRETT & GEUIQ Restaurant. Shampoo, 25 cents. P P P for women. Its use insures health and the substantial
Postofllco! Drug Store. All diseases of the scalp success I II' f attractiveness which health'alone can be
(Crescent; 11)00) Models stow. P. P P. is the greatest Blood Purifier known to :
treated. Hours from 8
fully a. medical science, curing all Scrofulous Affections, Dyspepsia,
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE The Ocala Music Co. has just Ii m. to 8 p. m.MRS. tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Malaria and Nervous

greatest; and fastest selling book received its 1;))00 model Crescent ANNA M. BROWN. P. P. P. -s sold by all: druggists. $r a bottle ; six Rheuma.j;
i Children's also treated. ,
scalps LIPPIVSAM BROTHERS ::mfOR:
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ever published-Biography of bicycles in ladies', gents' and chil- 0P : BLOCe, an I_ J

Dwight L. Moody by his son, dren's chain and chainless. Call
Sold Ocala Fla.
by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore I
RestaurantRestaurant ,
and see them. They are beautiesand e 1e
W. R. Moody, assisted by Ira D. .

Sankey. A splendid life story of I the price will strike you as and lunch counter. -

tha great evangelist's high, unselfish right. Meals and lunches at all hours. The Balley-Lebfey ia Company

service in the cause of fel- Special rates to weekly boarders.
Wood for SaleI
lowman. Published with the authorization Also city dray furnished when .

of Mrs. Moody and will deliver to your house desired. CHARLESTON, S. C.

the family. Only authorized authentic three-fourths of a cord of oak or Ike Tompkins and wife, propri-

biography. Beautifully pine wood, eight feet long, for $1. I. etors, 49 South Magnolia street.. &

illustrated. Large, handsome Leave orders at the postofllce. LIPPMAN BROS. Proprietors, or postoffice box 862 Ocala, Fla Machinery Supplies
Druggists Lippman's Block. SAVANNAH. GA.
E. TIBBS.CASTOR .
volmno. 1000 more agents Bold by Anti-Monopoly Drug

wanted-men and women. Sales Store, Ocala, Fla. Employment Agency Iron, Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings Nails, Belting, Injectors

immense. Harvest time for !IA The Ocala Employment Agencyhas Shovels Picks, Wheelbarrows] and Link Belting. ',

agents. Freight paid; credit TAX DEED NOTICE opened an office m the Mitchell
/V/ces Quoted on All Kinds oj Machinery or Other Supplies
given. Address The Dominion For Infants and Children. Block on Exposition street ,
Office of clerk of circuit court.
Company, Dept. K., Chicago. The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears :Marion county Florida.To and will furnish help of all kindsin Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up
whom it may concern: Whereas. A J. all kinds for kind of engines -
I Perry has rt'o'nt..d to me tax certificate N'o.iVJT. or out of the city. Call or ad- machineryof or repairing y machinery
the ASigna.ture .sale ..* Nov. -'.l-W,covering the following or boilers, by a competent machinist, who will be supplied on
Stationery, box paper and en- la',1! -aidcounty of Marion to wit: ,.14 of dress postoffice box No. 862, or
WELLS Ocala Fla.
of short notice. i. WAKE Agent ,
jwl4.sretion :!S.township IT,outh rangy: :!"": e- ,
velopes, cheaper than ever offered Wi acres, and upon said certificate has: de- telephone when you are In needof
manded from me a tax deed to aid land. Office in A. E.Burnett'i InuiT Store
before, 24 sheets and 24 envelopes Therefore take notice that after the expiration our services, and your order
VT.\ TKn- E\'EIOL I'KllMi.VS' FoR I>lS- ot thirty day from the date of his notice. un-
for 5 cents at the Anti- Office Managers in this state to represent lef: you .hall have redeiif ,- land in accord.1p will receive promp attention.I. .
me in their own and surrounding coun with law,it is my intention to ii-sut-
Monopoly drug store. ties. tiling to pay yearly text, payable tax deed to the ..a1d.\. J. Perry for ihf.a.d E TOMPKINS / Bring your Job Printingto
wekly. IVsirable employment with unusual -. laml! in accordance with the provision-of Managers
Fvucy assorted crackers at W. opportunities. References exchanged Enclose chapter ''t;I. Laws of Florida A. D. BROOKS f the Star Officer.
E. Connell's. .self-addreSM'd stamped envelope, a A. Dated F.-b. in. !'*""". -. T M:>TRCSK.I No. Park Sou Caxton Building Clucago. ; 'k 'ireui' Court. Telephone



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r AOOURRENES formerly cashier of the defunct CITY OF TOLEDO, > SS.

Merchants' National Bank of this LUCAS COUNTY. ) The-(Ecu... .., United

city, is visiting his daughter, Mrs FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath Daughters of..w' confederacy iofi4II
Russett apples at Dame's.Strawberries that he the senior of
is
Bullock who is sick. partner
Ray quite wig gIf(an entertainment in the
at W. E. Connell's. the firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co.,
Armory on next Friday after-
Glossier melon and Rocky Ford
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doing business in the City of Toledo f
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seeds noon and eveningMarch: 16th, /
cantaloupe guaranteedfresh
County and State aforesa'',] _; ;
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ra Window shades at the Surprise and genuine, at Tydings & '.att from 4 to 10 p. 'm., for the pur- 1.
irW and that said firm will no
Store. ose of raising funds, wherewith
Co's.Mr. sum of ONE HUNDRED 'JL_ \ J K
I -strtrchase head-stones to mark
\V. B. Fuller is sick at his homein : Hood of Dunnellou visited LARS for each and ey case j, .
his little Ella who t5 graves of Confederate sol-)
daughter
this city.Mattings. Catarrh that cannot bKLeured >tI
oy -
makes her home with Mrs. Sex- dhrs who are hurled in the Ocala a.. -
the use of HALL'S "Ciir* RH r 4
r T r in new patterns at ton in Ocala, yesterday : cemetery. It is said there about t a
CURE. FRANK. J. CHENEY.
Rheinauer's.All .
fifty of them, whose graves are
Not hole proof exactly, but A lot of Avon China just Sworn to before me and sub- 3
liver ills are cured by unmarked, and as this is one of .
very near it, are these stockings opened. We can now supply full scribed in my presence, this Cth
Hood's Pdls. 25c. the sacred duties of the U. D. C., r
for small feet that we offer at sets of this ware. The Surprise day of December, A. D,1 86. .
to the of the .9
preserve memory
the cheapest prices. They are of Nice variety of Flowering Begonias Store. A. W. GLEASON, i ---S-
fallen heroes of lost
a cause, they
fast colors enforced at the ; at the Greenhouse. The [SEAL] Notary Public. ACTS GENTLY ON THE
managers of the hospitalwill want to begin this work at once,
wearing parts, and very durable. : C. H, Dame has strawberries. shirts I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
appreciate: a few night Ere the rude,rude wind hath blown away. KIDNEYS LIVER
f We have never sold better stock- He will keep them in stock.C. ot different sizes, if any one feels internally and acts directly on t The white,white sand off the spot. II 'I. ,

ings at the prices. the blood and mucuous surfacesof I Where sleep those,in life we've loved
E. F. Sanchez of Gainesvilleis inclined to donate them. In death how soon forgot. AND BOWELS
And in the ladies hosiery department the system. Send for te;:,timo- ..
registered at the Montezuma.W. Hot soda, vigoral, has that There will be no admission THE 5YSTEM
there are some rare nials, free.
rich charged, but a box will be conveniently GLEANSES
makes weak
M. Watson of Scranton beefy flavor;
.bargains and the latest up to F. J. CHENEY: & CO.,
people Sold at 5 cents placed for voluntary ., F E C TtJALLY
strong. a
date. 0. G. FINCH, Pa., is a guest of the Montezuma, Toledo, 0. PELS '
glass at the Anti-Monopoly contributions. There will be 1 IS ?W'EF 5tat.

The Alliance Store, Mrs. Robert Murrell is very Drugstore.FOR Sold by druggists, 75 cents. good music and singing by "our 1\GOLO.. JEAOJ04 G S

I sick at her home in the fourth Hall's Family Pills are the best talent and time fE"Er'
SALE-A a good is
good gentle
R. D. FULLER ward.C. horse; cheap. Apply at,the'Alliance best. promised to all who attend. SEES*"I""""

DENTIST H. Dame has just received store. d-w Weather Forecast for Central Florida Light refreshments will be servedat !

a fine lot of apples, both red and a moderate prices. I PERMANENTLY

Office Ovar r Merchants' National Bank russetts. Rheinauer's is the place to get (Courtesy of Postmaster Groves* ITS EHEHCIAL[ ffECTS.BV7 .

your spring goods. :Matting at Jacksonville, March '7.-Probably Mrs. R. F. Ward and daughter : I ;
OCALA FLA.DENTAL H. L. Anderson has
sufficiently
$5! to 20 for a lorty-yard roll.
showers to-night and Thurs- Miss Eula Neely, after a pleasantvisit THt GtMUINtMAHTOrw CYSYRt1
recovered to take a drive about
J. E. CHACE the city. The Daughters of the Confederacy day. WILLIAMS.Corsets' to Mr. J. M. Neely, Mrs. (!lI9RNIA! fiG ?@

will meet Friday afternoonat I Ward's son, have returned to ..",,'IVl'..,....... ..... .. ,U'fe-,,,' ,t.W,.YO, ..
11" Ay. Co"" "" (0 .Y. "
SURGEON I! Everybody is invited to inspectour 4 o'clock at the Armory. The their home in Marion, Ark. JAU w*u ewfiWTi PAUL wt m VTM.

Office Upstairs 1st National Bank Bldg beautiful line of wash goods. public is invited.

Rheinauer & Co.
At Itheinauer'sNovelties
OCALA. FLORIDA Prevented a Tragedy
Florida and California oranges,

TERMS CASH Pomade vaseline, for the toilet, red and russett apples, lemons, Timely information given Mrs. in straw goods for men,
sold for 10 cents at the AntiMonopoly The well known R. ladies and children.
bananas and strawberries at C.
George Long of New Straitsville,

W. C. BULL Drugstore.See H. Dame's. I & G., C. P., Thomp- Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy -

our complete line of China- Fresh mullet and bottom fish' son's Glove Fitting and and saved two lives.I A What to Read
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
ware; cheaper than ever before. every day on, ice at William frightful cough had long kept her

The Surprise Store.A uzl l awake night.. She had Do you read the leading
Ocala Fla. Tu:ker's stall, No. 8, city mar nraut every
,
rYh'l'/Vfr&.Q.u.vnt WJ tried remedies and doctors monthly magazines, are you a
big shipment of fresh candy, ket. -t.f.21 ft .it A4 many

PLANS,ESTIMATES AND SPECIFICATIONS peanut, cocoanut and Broadway 'N'QJV'(1J.,.J but steadily grew worse until lover of books, do you care to be

Furnished Promptly and at Short Notice. taffy mixture at Dame's. Hot chocolate, coffee or clam ffl ito- urged to try Dr. King's New posted on literary matters?

SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LOCAL WORK bouillon at the Anti-Monopoly t Discovery. One bottle wholly An up-to-date idea is the
Extracts In all flavors-peach, Drugstore at Scents a glass. "
Mall Communications Promptly Attended to "Magazine Circle. Members
cured her, and she writes this
ra
ty the Old Reliable W. C.BULL. banana, cherry, orange, vanilla, Iq i/
Buy your 1000 mile ticket for $30 marvelous medicine also cured having the privilege of reading
lemon-at :McCarthy Store. I .
over the Plant System from Miss l .. Mr. Long of a severe attack of eight of their favorite magazines

Co to theProduce We have something nice in Jessie Maughs at the city ticket <' ';;' pneumonia. Such cures are pos- each month at about the expenseof

gentlemen's handkerchiefs, from office in the Ocala House. itive proof of the matchless meritof one. This is the 20th century.

StoreFor 5 to 25 cents. J. W. Hodges.J. Oysters in any style, preparedby this grand remedy for curing Jibe world is moving rapidly. To

all throat, chest and lung trou- keep up you must be in touch
W. Pearson, who has been an experienced cook, at Mrs.

Ice Salt Fish Pickled I sick at his home here several Anthony's Oyster Parlor on bles. Only 50 cents and $1. with progress. The thoughts of

North Magnolia street.A great men are portrayed in the
Every bottle guaranteed. Trial
Meats Fruits and days, returned to his mines today. I I
Poultry, bottles 10 monthlies. The "Magazine
cents at Garrett & leading -
stock of handsome dining
big -
Vegetables. Those wishing fresh, sweet Y 'I Gerig's Drugstore, Ocala. Circle" supplies just what
chairs couches hassocks and
,
cream for parties, etc., can have
Ousters center tables at McIver & Mac you require.
the same by notifying Geo. B. The best Butter Over one hundred thousand

Highest Price Paid-for All Kinds of Tyler. Kay's. %VAPNES[ RUSTPROOfCorsets. We have the choicest creamery ambitious men and women

Produce.D. Rev. J. R. Biggs, editor of the Go to the Montezuma barber butter in town at 35 cents a.. throughout the United Statesare

W. HALL 1Ian Stumbling Block, has returned shop Davis for first class. work. P. C. T he best selection pound. Guaranteed fresh and already enjoying these ben
proprietor.A
ger.
from a business visit to Citrus for the fastidious fine. RICE & MOORE efits. The cream of current lit-

Exposition Slrtfl. Next to Asnew Rank county. new shipment of roller-top, erature Is obtained at so triflingan

L antique oak and cherry office buyer. At Rhei- For Sale Rent expense in no other manner.A .
Do you wear sox? We have the or
desks just received at McIver & "Magazine Circle" should, be
latest in stripes, any color; also nauerCo's.. Dry Desirable residences and cot-
.., MacKay's.Wheatthe. organized in every church, so-
: sox with white feet. J.V Goods House. Agents tages in different parts of the ciety, club, community and

Hodges. best feed you can city, almost size or style de-
? for Standard Patterns.A any neighborhood interested in litera-
Charles Peyser has rented his get for chickens-at the John sired, for rent, and will sell on ture and self culture. Some

McCarthy Store. most advantageous terms. Have
handsome residence on South towns have several "MagazineCircles"
nice line of fresh candles at you property to rent, or do you
Wenona street to Ray and Fred Large fancy lamps, beautifuland desire to rent property? In either running successfully.The .

Alvvorth. cheap. See them. Just received \V. E. Connell's, Montezuma case, apply to S. D. Moody in plan is endorsed by clergymen

fit With every cash purchase of $1 at the Surprise Store. block. city building. doctors, lawyers, teachers,

will give nine bars of Octagon Armour's famous Star brand professional and business men
we McIver & MacKay have the
..
soap for 25 cents additional. Rice handsomest and largest line of sugar cured hams at Rice & Old cemetery lots cleaned up everywhere. .

& Moore. willow and oak leather-seat Moore's.A \ and cared for by the month. We Our booklet, "Magazine Circles

Gt' arfir- will plant them to shrubs, vines and How to Organize will be
FOR S.o\LE-A good, gentle rockers that has ever been car- pretty line of book cases and
and other flowering plants if de mailed to any address upon. re-
horse and harness. ried in Ocala. hat racks in antique oak; handsome -
pony buggy
sired. Greenhouse Co. ConsolidatedBook
Address
THE BEST SERVICE quest.
and finish. Mc- .
i in design
Cheap for cash. Apply to PeteMclntyre. Men's and boys' suits, some- & Magazine Co., 93.99 Nassau -
Awl the finest food in the city \* to be I lver & MacKay. A new keg of sour pickles just street New York.
offered at I ,
thing new, a bargain.J.
'had at the : opened at McCarthy Store, lOc. a
We have every day fresh Florida W. Hodges.The Sawdust delivered to any part.:1 dozen.A .
'
RAILROAD RESTAURANTEvery of the city at 50 cents load. Teachers
Northern per Notice to
cabbage rutabagasand
finest line of spring st.'leladies' very handsome line of sty-
seasonable dainty is on the Seymour & Smith. Phone 25.
at CO cents
apples a peck. Oxfords. in town at Rheinauer's lish, up-to-date neckwear of all
bill of fare. The Roasts
Steaks Chops
The normal term for public
Rice & Moore.
Stove wood cut to length for
and other dishes are of fine flavor and designs. J. W. Hodges.A. .
school teachers in Stetson University -
satisfying substance. Nowhere else Take your meals at Mrs. Anthony's Round tickets to Havana $1 per two-horse load. Free do
trip livery. Seymour & Smith. Phone T. 1tIorris' cigars at W. E. at DeLand, Fla., will begin
can you dine >o well for Ladies and Gents' Res- .
Cuba, via Plant System, and be- '..).;>. Connell's, wholesale agent, also March 15 and continue ten weeks.

50 Cents taurant and Oyster Parlor, near ginning November 1st winter for the retail trade, in the Monte- The text books and course of
How about a trunk at $4.50: and
Mclver &
MacKay s. tourist tickets to principal Flor-
I zuma block.D. with special
study are arranged
$5? Get one and have it packedat
(Ot ALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP ida Tickets sale
resorts. on to
We have just opened a big assortment I II J. W. Hodges. M. Boney, at the Hole in view of preparing teachers for the
I all in the United States.
Solicits your patronage and of stiff bosom and negige : points the Wall, has a big trade on his June examinations. The special

guarantees the best work. Clean li shirts, all colors, from 50 For full information relative to Queen Annie Hair Tonic. Every famous 5 cent cigar "Dixie rate for teachers is the Small sum

-J and attractive shop; skillful cents up. J. W. Hodges. schedules, resorts, rates, etc., I bottle guaranteed to give perfect Girl." of $4 per week or $10 for the en-

workmen: call at the city ticket ollice in the satisfaction. Tydings & Co. tire term. This includes tuition,
Fresh fish both mullet and Five hundred that dec-
GEO. F. WILLIAMS, ProprietorJ. Ocala House. J. C. Maughs, A number of beautiful toilet designs board, washing, lights, fuel, etc.
bottom fish, received every day, city ticket agent orate-Thibaut's wall papers. *
sets, with or without slop'jars, Teachers will be admitted to any

A. PITTMAN & CO. kept on ice and delivered any- Morning Joy coffee in. two- just opened at the Surprise Store. See R. A. Hall, agent, 30! South of the classes in the University

where in the city by William pound cans our best at McCar- Magnolia street. without extra .enter
charge, can
UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS Tucker.C. The Grecian Ribbon Belt, the
chy Store.T. St. Margaret's Guild during any time during the term and
latest elegance
novelty, combining -
-Dealers In- M. Brown of the Racket J. Morrow and wife of Lake style and perfection. The lenten season will meet every I will only be charged at the rate

.9 GASKETS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES i store is having a thirty-page, City, Minn., are spending a few I I only which holds skirts tight to Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock inI of $4 a week. All the railroad

Office with Pittman & illustrated catalogue printed at weeks in the city at the home of the waist, at Rheinauer's.A Grace church instead of the rec- companies will give special ratesto

Mclntyre this office. Several thousand of Mrs. W. C. Bull, Mrs. Morrow's I tory. St. Catherine's Guild will teachers going to Stetson Uni

OCALA FLA. them will be circulated in this cousin. fresh line of apples, bananas meet Thursday afternoon at Miss verslty. DeLand is on the Plant

county. I and oranges at W. E. Connell's, Irma Porter's. Services every System about 100 miles south of
Do You Need an Electric: Belt ?
w Montezuma block. afternoon at Grace church at 5. Jacksonville and is easily reached

"Safe Bind Safe Find." For- Dr. J. Newton has
Piano Tuner : Hathaway of the state.
The Anti-Monopoly drug, storeis from all parts .
tify yourself now by purifyingand perfected an electric belt which having a big run on its hot Cream of Wheat, the

enriching your blood and he is prepared to furnish to all drinks. most delicious break. Don't Tobacco Spit aid Smoke' lour Ute Anat.

Pianos and Organs tuned, regulated and repaired building up your system withHoods patients who need it, at a nomi- To quit tobacco easily and forever,be magnetic
in a first class manner, and all workguaranted C.A.STORJ.A.: : : fast food put up, at the .roll of lift,nerve and vigor, take No-To
pecial rates by the yt'ar.Iso; Sarsaparilla and you may nal charge. Write to J. Newton Bac.the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
make a socially of repairing fine violins and expect good health throughoutthe Hathaway, :M, D., 25 Bryan Bears the __/ The' Kind You Han AtayS BflJgtt; John McCarthy Store.A trong. All druggists,50c or II. Cure(U&rllhteed.
guitars. \V. S. I'IKE, Signature! Booklet and sample tree. address
P.O.Box(\51.Ocala Fla. coming season. street, Savannah, Ga. cf new lot just opened. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New Yor"j



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