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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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...,, Ocala, Fla., March 6th 1900. lJUWn--Ure\TCKllIWdlnrl 1
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The Board or Public Instructions -
CASIO RIA I
in and for Marion countyFla. DOUBLE DAILY TRIPSA I 0S

., met this day v.ithM. S.
j It 31' new schedule and reduced fare from Silver Springs
i For Infants and Children. Moser and B. I. Hull present. e
down the Oclawaha and
return to Ocala for only $3.
Mr. H. K. Smith being: unableto


1iIS1flm llr The Kind! You Have chairman attend M. S.tein.Moser was made MORNING TRIP I; J

pro
l f Minutes of last meeting were Leave Ocala at 8 a. m. and return in time to take the southbound 1

t I ,,=: .-: .- .-,.---, 7: ,- Always Bought t read and approved.The train. s W

I'' Aefab( !tteToodandReguta-PICp aration for Assimilating question, whether the AFTERNOON TRIP cam,


I tin ti the Stomachs andBowels of Bears theSignature board would grant the Ocala and Leave Ocala at 2 o'clock and return by 7 o'clock, or later, LIPPKAN; BROS.. Proprle'ort! ,

/itt1 Bellview schools longer terms, as if preferred.This Druggists, Uppman's Block. SAVANNAH. 64.

asked for at the February meet- will take :you over the most attractive put of this Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug

--r-- ..: ing of the board, was taken up Store, Ocala, Fla.
stIonCrecrfuIr famous trip without the delay and inconvenience heretofore ..
Promotes D1g and decided, as the school funds
I nf ssandrfest.Contaics neiU'.er' encountered. Guaranteed that several live alligators will be
r t of were so far behind, the board SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
i Mineral.C .
+ frn.Morpoine nor seen every sunshiny day.
I .
could grant no longer terms than Under and by virtue of a certain decree in
'NARCOTIC. t tr Tickets on sale at Plant System Office, Bay street, Jack chancery rendered by the judge of the circuit
were already contracted for. court in and for Marion county Florida on
S..a.r sonville, and Ocala House. the 8uth day of January,1SK\ >0,in a cause where
In accordance with Sec. 8 Chapter in Louen M Green was complainant and
A A'tlldIrSAlIl'l1.PJTCJlEllSI1IJ Parties of twelve or more from Silver Springs down the Claude E. Connor, et. al., were defendants I.
r 4578 of the legislative acts of the undersigned special roaster appointed insaid
Jiyv Ocklawaha for $1.50 each. For additional particulars write decree to execute the same,will,on
AIxJawo# ,
1891)!) an election is called to be
, k >t.wJ.ra- I. MONDAY. APRIL 2, A. D., 1900,
to F.
PHIL BROWN
Mix Sutl 0 I nJI held In the city of Ocala onT within the legal hours of sale,offer at public
J, JTRirj Ocala House. auction in front of the south door of the courthouse
h fwdWvatSAlm, t4rsdayApri119th,1900!) for the Manager in Ocala,Marion county, Florida to the
flam Suit- : highest and best bidder the following prop
ftan/ud Stiaaf purpose of electing three trustees r erty as described In said decree, or so much
ahfcynM*tlnv. ./ t Use thereof map come into my possession by
r. Y for 1 !IJP Ocala Special Tax District. that day.viz:
for One roll-top desk,1 table with cloth top 2
A Remedy Constipa Also to fix the rate of millage to BARGAINS AT NASH'SiAll covered counters lamps, 3 chairs,1 stool,all
tion.Sour Storaach.Diarrhoea, I stationery. 2 maps or Marion county 1 large
1VorrnsConvulsions.Feverish be le\'wA and collected for said I map of city of Ocala, letter files 1 plat! book
For OverThirty showing U. S. government surveys, mapsmade
ncss end Loss OF SLEEK speci" tax school district for the of our Present Stock of Drygoods and by S. Ii. Richmond,18 abstract books,
.. i together with all other books,blanks,papers
next suing! two years. Shoes atBargain. I otlic"-flxtures and furniture, and all property
facsimile
Signature of ., belonging to the Marion County Abstract Co.,
The: following persons are ap- or which has been used in the abstract business .
Years I, lyanJ" of the defendants mentioned In
NEW YORK.J : pomtta:: inspectors and clerk of said decree:
P.rices And in event the above shall fall to bring
said election: W. L. Ditto, W. the amount mentioned in said decree,I will
also offer for sale all claims
I and demands of
C. JeiTords and J. T. Lancaster, Claude K Connor against various parties for
J abstract work done Ly him since August,1883!:! ,
I inspectors, and C. L. Sistrunk, and yet unpaid:
hlso a Beautiful Line of
And also, all equities of Mark R. Bacon,as
clc'-K. partner with Claude E. Connor,under the firm
COPY OF WRAPPCn. I \V. H. Russell G. J. Strczier name of Marion County Abstract Company,or
that the said Marion bounty Abstract Com-
,1\\' ____s 7/ NE W GOODSWhich pang may have against the said Claude K.
s and Miss Marion Pasteur
TMf CtPTTAUN COMPANY.NEW VOMK. Orrr.CALAthMBER were ,
Connor for funds of the company either be-
,. -.-:.: --: '':ii- .:: _: -: 10" ,. r fore or subsequent to dissolution, used by him
committee to act with
appointed
a
to law. J. C. MILLKB,
contrary
will be bold at Prices Never Before
the county superintendent to ex- Special Master in Chancery.

--- amine and recommend to the Heard Of in Ocala SHERIFF'S SALE

county board by the first Mondayin Under and by virtue of an execution issued*
out of and under the seal of the circuit courtin
May, the best text books to be Don't Fail to Call and See and for Marion county, Florida dated AprilII
CO ,18H8, in a certain cause wherein Ilibbert B.
I used in the county schools, accord- Master's is plaintiff and John S. Perry is defendant
C. A. NAS I. ,I have levied on and will on
ing to their judgement and investigation MONDAY, APRIL 2.19uO\ ,

for course of study now We Again! Have the Butfsrick Patterns Ito to Date the same being legal sales day, and during
Is at all times prepared to furnish rough the legal hours of sale offer for sale at'the
laid out. court house door in Ocala.Florida,and sell to
the highest and best bidder, for cash, the
or planed lumber in any quantity desired A communication from Mr. C. following real estate, situated in Marion
county, Florida to wit: South half -of
McUraney, asking permissionto All Patronsare southeast quarter of section 2, township 14, .
our south range,L east. Sold to satisfy said execution ;
INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTYIf move and use the old West and costs. PERRY II. NUGENT,
I sheriff Marlon County Florida. ,
Lmadale school house was read. I
in need of anything in our ]line, write to or call on us. hi Love ,
The superintendant was instructed TAX DEED NOTICE
Factory opposite Plant System depot. Mill near Montague.
to ask Mr. McUraney to have Whereas William Miller has presented to
me tax certificate Xo. 23, sale of Novembers: ,
With the rich tenderness succulence and
all the to communi- flavor general the
OCALA LUMBER COMPANY patrons sign a IbW} coverhig following'' land In said
excellence of and all county Marion to wit: Southwest quarteTof
meats
high grade prime
Ocala Florida cation giving theIr consent for the my mycuctomers northeast quarter and south half of northwest
Telephone 69 connoisseurs in steaks and roasts. quarter and northwest quarter of northwest
are chops
old building to be moved. quarter,4,400 feet square in northeast corner
of northwest quarter of northwest quarter section -
-- -
Mr. C. C. Rawls put. in an ap It 25: township 11, : east and
is Gratifying demanded
from
upon said certificate has mea
Florida Central & plication to have the Fantville tax deed to said land. .
To know that efforts to cater to the tables of the Therefore take notice that after the expiration -
.**. schoolhouse enlarged or an assistant's my of thirty days from the date of this notice
critical is successful and I of f unless redeemed in accordance with law It Is
as am an judge
room built. The application expert my intention to issue a tax deed to the said

Peninsular R. R. was ordered filed and laid meats, I will serve the best in the land at the most William the Miller provisions for the of said chapter land In 4974.accordancewith Laws of

v Time Table Effect November 19th, 1899. reasonable prices. Florida. h. T.SiSTBUNK.
__ over until the regular meeting in Clerk Circuit Court.

June, when the board will make Dated February W. 11/(1)/
m03T880D1T. 10 ItSOJpm'
SOUTEBCTOC.He.. 8 IS J U

t fft& ........ 800ajn l lt :=:: Lv Ja- ... in TooP i 020am 1"1P( estimates and consider all appli- J. W. DAVIS CITY MARKETLAWRENCE TAX DEED NOTICEOffice

........ ........ ..
847H211050am
I'JantCity.. Olbpm630pm Fer _a Sam 15pm 725am ........ cations for repairs and new build- .
Dade CltvrWildwool. 9 3':gum 10 31pm ..Ar 1U; "'i foam 840pnifeSOpra 950am ........ of clerk of circuit court
........ ....... .
: 1'd slam .-.. -...-..... -........ ings.Treasurer's. Marion county,Florida.To .
-- .V Bsugin. lOOUam1019am 8 fpm
T \1flDtirPrk 757am ... ... ........ ........ Ar Met..> ........ ........ whom it may concern: Whereas, A. J.
".. CrliniD...... 8.2aw: / ......... .... .... Lake City nnv... ........ ........ 112$ m d 8Slpm 82pm report showing total & CO. Perry has presented! to me tax certificate No.
... ........ ........
ApopkaArlavftres 9'JluJD 7 45i>ra Live Oak.. ........ ....... l.n.pm 1080pm440am) 2.5-J7.hale of Nov. 2, HW,covering the following
.... 943am \I( ........ .. Madit[ .... ......_. amount received $S, G4.37, dis- land in said county of Marlon, to wit: 8% of
&Jam
Itr Tavwrea: 948ara 9 ........ ........ :Io tic: llo.. ........ ........ 119pm330pm fcw'!<|section 28!, township IT,.outh range 22,e-
eliburr. 1015am1040am 10 IApm................... .. 2aavliaaee ... ......... ......... 33apm 600am82cam bursed $7,241.42, balance in treas.$1,722.9J. Established 1863 fcwaerec\ and upon said certificate has demanded
Ar ildwood. Quincy .. ... ................... 43\1pm from me a tax deed to said land.
ty'i1dw J: 13Qviam i 12: ........ ........ liver J'tionLvBa ......... .......... 525pm t.a TlHTpfo-c take notice that after the expiration
Bf.lIcrl-w.. 1128am Warn ........ ..... .. -- of thirty shall from the date of this notice, un
Cult. 11 SUm 2: ........ '..dwtn .... 1000am1059am ........ ...... Reports and accounts amount- have redeemed said land in accordance -
N buYer op ........ ......... WQOIBSalo ColliMissIoRFRUITS ffl8IGnants with law it is my intention to issue a
ng Ar Larks..... 10'' ......... to examined
1' 7pm1041pm. $4,071, were '
ing
M Eiwthorne.If l;:7pm ........ ...... II Waldo ....., 1125am ......... .. tax deed to the said A. J. the
... ... .. said land in accordance with the Provisions of
W ldBaldwin....... 127pm 5 ...... found correct and ordered
910pm 1 .. ..... paid by 4574 Laws of Florida.
ti ur.'le.368pmTTSm 7 ; ....... ..... warrants on county treasurer.W AND PRODUCE Dated Feb.. 10,1\1tl\ ). Clerk S T.Circuit SISTRUNK Court.STOCKHOLDERS .

11 11 : D. Cam, Secy.It .

20 North Side of Faneuil Hall Market] IEETING
.. -- -
f/rC'& r }(.i .
Atnhr iO lOam 3i Cam.. .. .,.....LvWe.1do.. ....11 Roam 10am 200pm ........ Saved His LegP. Notice is; hereby given that a meeting of the
Oliaear'lU SCaiu ,. 125pm L. ..... ArJaaerai.le..1.Olpm: I 4\am;\ 28unm....... BOSTON MASS. stockholders of the Imperial Phosphate Company
Ar'JCalde 11:20pml 6 122pm ... .. Archer .. .. ... ... 900am1050pm 315pm685pm ... ... is; called the same to be held in the city
lJd..-..... 7pm813pm 5 i> ........ ..... C darKy.Lv .. ..... ......... A. Danforth of LaGrange, of Ocala, Florida,at the office'Of the company
.j ..... ... .... .1. : ::sit in the Jeffords block at the hour of 10 o'clock
t.a. 5f Waldo ..... 1115am1213pm. ....... .. I REFERENCES-
< suffered for six Specialties
'tu.4m1. .3'Onm _7? Ar Hawthorne HBapul.Vfcim ........ ......,. 1:1.: intensely a.m.on Thursday, the 15th day of March,A.D.,
: m.. .. ,leer Sp'ng ... ................ ......., I!! trrrhs'viLh a frightful running Faneuil Hall National Bank 1100., Said meeting called under the by-law
1 21 0:11a. .. .. 140pm 11Cam.................. !I Boston Fruit and Produce Exchange PeachesIelons, bOUtlieniFruit of the company stockholders, on a request from a majorityof of
.. ""'lielleview ... 20pm ........ .. ....". ,II I sore on his leg, but writes that Boston Chamber of Commerce Truck the the stock. representing H-.R.a majority PVLES,
Wildwood 2y! 2 4t'm and
lion ... .iTOrn 10 Jam pm
rtrT"tl':!l.jlwy ............. ... 1.4Spm11'2OLpa [... Wildwood.. 24'pm310pm 32C>am .. .. ........ j I bucKlen'brmca Salve wholly R. G. Dun & Go's. Commercial A ency President of the Imperial Phosphate. Co.
.t..ali; m' ...... ... 143pm: 33P m Ar Leesburj.... 4bOam. .... ........
.. ____ ___ .
.. M .ntio,Bo'.......... ........ 155pm 443tE Tavar i .. 838pm 520amTOOam ....... ........ curs it in ten (hFor- Ulcers, .n.
)t.Jj't .&............ ...... :3 4'.lm ttoUp'l.. Lv Tavarei ... 3 3apm 5 4.,Iim ....,... ........ I
II 1Jn Oak.. ....... 53am( U2pm 8.;Spin Vr. Apjpka.Orliils. 424pm ... ... ........ WouuUs, Burns, Boils, Pain or MacKAYTJle
LYty.......... 1allu .' 52o: ....l l'Hipu' : SGOpm 820am .. ...... ........ McIVER &
Sf ".1" ... i iallil 6.(lrn..1115aIl'. AVinrer P'rk _;52Tpm237pm: .... ........ ....,.I.U Ptle>, it's the best: salve in the
Ay's t. f 74txaa| 4".tri| 30W u'.::;\\rf. dwoodAr IF&Jwm42.5am: -::::::-:- ........ world. Cure guaranteed. Only
w"I T I 31h..1 '. tam li4prr' Ivan, .. Dado: City .. 35 pm ........ ........
Ai : Pl ut City... 444pm 528am. ...... ........ 25 cents. Sold by Garrett & leading Central Florida
sr.'alu.: : ..., !f50r< :t. OaStm 1O5pm, 9'iiain Taap*.. .. .. 530pm 630am ........ .......
*lLy ?\.:<-pt tuned/. Gerig, druggists. Dealers.
Xo. 14. Pullman Car Tampa to New York, via Jacksonville. Furniture and House Furnishing
>0. 13,Tnrouah Pullman Sleeping Car New York to Tampa, via Jacksonville.
No.3, Through PaUnan Sleeping Car Jacksonville to New Orleans.
No. 1,Through Pullratn Weeping Car New Orleans to Jacksonville. FG & SPECIAL RATES The largest and most complete brand new stock of Furniture:
No. 4. Tkrouph Pullman Bleeping Car service Jacksonville to St. Louis, via Lake City.No. .
A. Th' :atigh Pullman Sleeping Car service fet. Louis to Jacksonville, via Lake City.
For full Information (impossible to !rive. in this condensed schedule) apply to your n...... i I! K\v \Vest-On account grand suites from the cheapest to the most expensive. Iron, brasstrimmed
if ant or write to General Passenger: Office. ;
K it MAXWELL, A. O. UAcDONKLL, Ifc A.i. S1iIPYA1SYd : lod i:p K. of P., tickets will be on

,..r r.,...-.P.,'..Anti.. fn..e. Mar ..r_O....n-.-PH i'._A-*'nt. __ AS9't--Gen.Psaa.Atent, I' s.. ; March 12 to 15, inclusive, beds. Mattresses of all kinds. Springs, any rice. '

--- -- ---- --- limited to March 20, at $2 L for

the round trip. GREAT ASSORTME OF MATTINGS


v .r OBllE & OHIO R. H. 'l'avarcs-On account South in all grades, Rugs and Portieres. Handsome Pictures ; Picture Moldings, hundreds ofdesigns.

J Floe it. a Chautauqua at Mount Side Boards ; Chairs, beautiful willows, dining and office. Office Desks, three

o ." ,, 9 1-1 C> I Fl T 1-1 f'-J E: Dora, March 8 to 18, a rate of sizes. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. In fact, anything in Furniture. We have three

one anj! one-fourth fare has been Making


To St. Louis, Chicago and the West arranged on the certificate plan. Picture Framing, Etc., done by skilled workmen.

DeFuniak Springs-Account of

Through Buffet Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via I I Florida ChauUuqua: tickets will Harness Etch

the Plant System leaves Jacksonville at S p. in., connecting with bo sold Feb. 12 to March 27, in- Wagons, Buggies, ,

the Mobile & Ohio's West India Flyer, the best equipped tram 1 I

in the South. For general information, tickets, etc., apply to i,I elusive, limited to March 31, for We have the] only up-to-date stock of Wagons. Buggies and Supplies for same, Harness,

ticket agents of the Plant System $U.SO for the round trip from Wall Paints
Saddles, Robes, Etc. in town. Builders' Material of all kinds. Paper,

C. M. SHEPHEUD, L. Ji:. S:'ENCER. T. F. & P. A., Ocala. ond Oils. Complete Undertakers' and Embalmers' Department entirely sep.r te. .

O L-n. Pass. Agt, Mobile, Ala. 235 W. Bay '-t., Jacksonville, FlaWM. : Write call
o.&a.ret.a '1; 0 1. ::r.A. IInt -. or on
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BEN U.S :igrs .
McIver and MacKay


Bakery and Groceries ,
Fancy The bubonic plague has reached OCALA FLORIDA

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San Francisco, and a China ...
THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING '
OCALA FLA. man has died of it.




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Drummers Credit Us OCALA HOUSE CURIO BAZAR

With the best work in the
doing
:E'h:1c
] : GradeOT7ZUIOS Orars
state. They are good l judges. Show EiN

F your appreciation of a good thmg9Y

your patronage. 'New York Dailies and Magazines

THE OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY H-C-YLEn'S OANDY
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Volume V I OCALA FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900 Number 226 -

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BOARD OF TRADEAn : BOERS HAVE FALLEN BACK

EDWARDS BROS.

Average Attendance and a Chance AK1NOABSOLUTELYPLJRE From their Strong Position Sear Os-
for a New Enterprise. O
fouteiu.
CITY MARKETTHE
This body held its monthly POWDER

meeting last evening In the city Special to the Star
LEADING WHOLESALEAND
council rooms. The attendancewas Poplar Grove Camp, March 8.-

good though there is room Makes the food more delicious and wholesome General French still pursuingthe RETAIL BUTCHERS

for improvement, as this organi- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,NEW VORl(. Boers, who are in disorderly

zation is doing a good work in retreat. They suffered heavily Western Meats, Fish and Cedar Key Oysters

looking after Ocala's material interests from shell fire. The Received
yesterday's: every: Day.
:
E. C. Allen county commis- Hon M. L. Payne of Fairfield,
In which every businessman main force of the British
is interested and should lend sioner, In common with his trucking I when questioned :Monday in regard at Abraham's Kraal, are twenty now Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other

neighbors, lost his crop by to his reported candidacyfor Vegetables In Season
his presence and his support. The miles from Bloemfontein.The .
the freeze. He had seventeenacres county clerk, in the presenceof
secretary was ordered to notifyall
of cabbage which would Clerk Sistrunk, remarked that FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108
members in arrears to squareup
have netted him several thousand' he need lose no sleep over his opposition 4
with the collector by next *
dollars. His potatoes were just as he would not be m the Established Jan.17, ItoJtJz
meeting or, according to the I
coming up and in beans, he has race. S
rules of the association, expulsionwill .
a rule to plant four patches of i MUNROE AND CHAMBLISS
follow. The date of the i ,
PALMS CITRUS PLANTS
beans week FERNS 1i
monthly meeting is changed from a apart. They escaped -' '-dr i iIi Bankers0C
the frost, as they were justoming : .At the Greenhouse.
Wednesday to
Tuesday night in
I
up. i: LA: FLORIDA:
every month. Please note this. I

A letter was received from STAMPED LINENS, Receive Deposits Have Money to Loan

Frank G. Perkins, manager of FRESH CANDY 1 I REDUCED PRICES TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS

the Planters Manufacturing Co., It tickles the taste with a I I Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Large Ones

at Like Mary, that he would be toothsome twang. Makes I I, Pick over this lot, tumbled. Support Your Home Bank

in Ocala sometime this month to folks long for a palate as I(,Doilies, Center Pieces Tray Latest Arrival .

consult wide town lot.uDeli I I Cloths, Scarfs and the like. .
our people in regard to as a Was not like the above
cious!" flavored!I" We've broken the price in two
starting a cassava factory here. "Finely
'I cut,but consists of new, tasty and NE'-V STORE
just to gain your better acquaintance. -
Every business man and property "Fresh crisp and dainty! up-to-date styles in Ladles' Ox- .
.
owner should keep this in mind. are the expressions dropped fords-buttoned and lacedandbuilt
C. I. about store. J. G. FERGUSON & CO.
Yongue addressed the my candy
on the newest lasts and of We are now writing our advertisement for ncx
meeting the of utilizing Everybody wants a bite. Successors to Mrs. D. M. Hick. up
on desirability
I material selected for good service. week, when we will have our store in good shape, so that we
the waste wood from the Everybody can have one. I
They are perfect-we want. you have for
can everything handy
rim and spoke factory. T. W. TROXLER. Klieinauer & Company you.
.
to see them.J. Our stock Dress and Goods
comprises Dry,, Fancy
Mr. Yongue was requested to !Lead in all novelties and M. NEELY
!j spring Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, Hats and Notions.Quick .
go Into details give figures cost Wanted.
dress MERCHANTS' BLOCK, OCALA FLA
goods. ,
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of i I Sales and Small, Profits is our motto,
plant and of
probable output
Wanted cultured I
the by a lady of More Goods for Same Money Same Goods for Less Money
same and when r ady' to report -
mature Wood for Salei Assessor's
age, a position as house- | County Rounds
there would be a call meetingto i I Don't forget it is
hear it. keeper in a refined family. Ap- i, I will deliver to your house Tax Assessor J. C. Mathews is

The board plicant is also a competent nurse, three:fourths of a cord of oak or on his annual trip over the
tendered a vote of for invalids children. The Boston StoreNo.
thanks to the city council for the this office.or Applyat pine wood eight'feet long, for $1. county and has made the followIng -

use of their chamber.U. Leave orders at the postofiice. appointments: 25 South Magnolia Street
E. TIBBS.
Fairfield, Friday, 9, a. m.
Go to llheinauer'sFor :i Reddick, F-iday 9, p. m. (Formerly occupied by Mrs. Hick.)

D. C. Entertainment. your shirt waists. Newest I During the spring season for a Elmwood, Saturday, 10, a. m.
OCALA FLORIDA
styles. jl nerve tonic and stimulant, use Bhtchton, Monday, 12.

The Ocala Chapter, United Celery Compound Sold at 75 Cotton Plant voting place, ,
Daughters of the Confederacy Three Step I cents a bottle at the AntiMonopoly : Tuesday, 13.:

will give an entertainment in the The Latest Fad, by Nat D. drug store. Heldtsville"'Vednesday, 14. NEW HATSFine

Armory on next Friday after- Mann and all the late music. :, The log men of Ferry Pond Dunnellon, Thursday, 15, a. m.

noon and evening March 9th, OCALA Music Co. I region, near Pensacola are. on a Juliette, Thursday, 15, p. m. Imported Pattern Hats

from 4 to 10 p. m., for the pur- i strike, because of the employ- Buck Pond, Friday, 1C, a. m. received *
Just the most elegant in style and quality ever
'pose.of raising funds wherewithto Fresh Taffy at Dame's. ment of non-union men.
Romeo, Friday, 16, p. m.
offered for sale in the city; and prices in all lines.are
purchase head-stones to mark
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Flemington, Saturday, 17.
I reasonable. A special invitation is extended to all to visit
the graves of Confederate soldiers Lowell, Monday, 19, a. m. i

who are buried in the Ocala Kendrick, Monday, 19, p. m. my store.

cemetery. It is said there about SPRING AND SUMMER Shady Grove, Tuesday,20, a.m. For Style and Quality, I Have the Goods to Pleasa

fifty of them, whose graves are Pedro, Tuesday, 20, p. m.

unmarked, and as this is one of Summerfield, Wednesday, 21. MBS. L. T. TOMPKINS

the sacred duties of the U. D. C., 1900AT Belle view, Thursday, 22, a. m.
Corner Store Liddon's Stable.
'to preserve the memory of the Santos, Thursday, 22, p. m. Opposite

"fallen heroes of a lost cause, they 'Sparr, Monday, 26, p. m.

want to begin this work at once, Ocala, Tuesday, March 27, to

Ere the rude,rude wind hath blown: away.. ,JLJfttB FISHEL'SThe Friday, March 30. PETER INGRAMIMterchant
The white,white sand off the pot,
Where sleep those,In life we've loved,
In death,how soon forgot. Story of a Slave Tai10rIerchal1t's

There will be no admission
charged but a box will be con- attention of the ladies and every' buyer in this and To be bound hand and foot for
years by the chains of disease is Bank '
veniently placed for voluntary adjacent counties is hereby called to inspect the 'handsomest the, worst form of slavery. Building.
contributions. There will be
good music and singing by our and largest line of Spring Goods ever exibited in this city.It George D. Williams of Manchester I have received a large and nobby assortment of Trous
Mich., tells how such a slave
best talent, and a good tune is will in erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at pricesto
these
to perfect .
pay you see goods as they are was made free. He says: "My
promised to all who attend. suit all ta tes.
wife has been for five
Light refreshments will be servedat styles, beautiful in colors and low in prices. Below we men- years that she so helpless could not turnover I II I I I have added to my Tailoring Department a line of

a moderate prices. tion few of them Gents'Furnishings. SCLJjRFS and TIES will
a : ______ in bed alone. After using :
two bottles of Electric Bitters, be a specialty, up-to-date styles. Gold Studs warranted for

Best of All 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. .
To cleanse
the system in a gen- Dimity, Francaise, Aries Plaid for female diseases
supreme remedy -
tle and beneficial
truly manner
.-.... when the Springtime comes use Pique in white and colors quickly cures nervousness, Monarch,

sleeplessness, melancholy, headache
the true and perfect remedy
I Dimity de India Tribune and
Syrup of Figs. Buy the genuine. backache, fainting and

Manufactured by the California PercalesMarseilles dizzy spells. This miracle work- FeatherstoneWHEELS

Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale ing medicine is a godsend to 2

by all druggists at 50 cents per Pique weak, sickly run down people. '- = -

bottle. Reversible Covert Cloth Every bottle guaranteed. Only *+>f

50 cents. Sold by Garrett & \ A Full Line of Samples

Crescent 1900 Models El Coronado, Organdies, Corduroy Gerig, druggists, Ocala. Prices within reach of all

The Ocala Music Co. has just Wool Crepon, Pebble Welt, Alliance Ccrd
These Wheels Bicycle
received its 1900 model Crescent Fresh Oysters ;, Represent -

bicycles in ladies', gents' and chil- Chambray Fresh oysters received every Excellence.

dren's chain and chainless. Call FULL LINE OF DRYGOODS AND NOTIONS day at William Tucker's stall,
and see them. They are beautiesand No. 8, city market. uM0N RCH" NATHAN PEYSER, Agent.SWEET .

the price will strike ;you as Dress Duck. Sateens, Calicos

right. Lots in Juliette !
ELEGANT LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS CREAM FOR SALE
VEGETABLESApples We have a few choice lots in

Juliette for sale. J. H. Parties Sweet Pure Cream should address
bananas Livingston desiring ,
co- Laces
oranges, and Embroidery a Specialty
& Son .
agents.CA.BTORId.
coanuts, chickens and eggs, gro-
HERMITAGE DAIRYSweet
ceries, cool drinks, confectionery,
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tobacco and cigars. All goods Bears the The Kind You Have Aiafl&yt1denature Milk Delivered Every Day-
above mentioned cheap for cash. M. FISHEL

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Judge W. S. Bullock when county teachers' 'associa

'.he Only Daily Paper in Ocala spoken to by a Star reporter regarding the Tongue.99There tion, which was to have met [Saturday : +, i iY

his reported candidacyfor is one slip Nature March 10, is postponed Ctarrht

BITTINGER AND COMPANY governor, said most emphatically never forgives. It is the until Saturday, March 17.

'Proprietors and PublishersC. no. If the nomination was t .
carelessness of the j '
handed him on a silver platter ignoring Card of Thanks f ,

L. BITTINGER, and would be unanimous which signal that the body is in Mr. and Mrs William Giles -

..Uer aid BmilaeM Yaaa If there is a fire in your cellar you put it out
er.
he knows will not be the case, hd' danger of wreck. It maybe through this ftitfiium beg to return .:= with water. If the flames are in the kitchen

R. R. CARROLL CITY EDITOR would have to respectfully de- that the kidneys the thanks to their .
or many many o' you use water again. If the fire is located in

cline the ,honor. He could not stomach or the head friends for the kind assistance ;.... J the second story, water is the agent to subdue
Entered At the Ocala poetoffice as second class gives
matterSUBSCRIPTION i afford to give up his practice for the warning sign. But given them in the late bereave- salvation.

iI I the honor and salary of the gov- ment of their daughter, Gilian. ,
BATES remember the blood feeds J'jJ. W JJ sated, water puts it out.
One Year.......................... ........V 00 ernor of Florida. / h
Six Months .. ............................. 2 50 of the body. 'Il Your body is a house of many stories. It is
Three Months' '.............................. 126 every organ n''elles-Carlton lined throughout with a marvelously sensitive
One Month................................. 50 One district Hinds fffake no slip, but first tone up the sys- ft tiV
In county, i t mucous membrane. Whenever this membrane -
The Star I*delivered by carrier! ,o any part tem through the blood and health trill On the evening of Feb. 26, a 1, becomes irritated '
inflamed the rfeult
Mississippi: reports nearly 100 II i 4 or ,
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ef the city at the above rates. surely f ollo'w. Hood's Sarsaparflla is the number of friends and relatives Jft
ADVERTISING RAT S ON APPLICATIONTHE deaths in six weeks from small is Catarrh. When you catch cold, you have
best preparation man has devised to make gathered at the residence of Mr.
a !itI Catarrh of the head, or eyes or ear or nose.
Some days deaths were so blood. ,
WEEKLY STAR pox. I pure life-giving and Mrs. Wright Carlton to wit- : r Bronchitis is Catarrh of the bronchial tubes.
numerous that coffins could not General Debility-"1 have takenHood's Pneumonia is Catarrh of the air cells of. the
It published every Friday. Subscription, |1 a ness the marriage of Mr. Frank tf/l/j(,
year;M cents for six months. be supplied fast enough and in Sarsaparitta for general debility Welles to their daughter, Miss 1...,/ Ifj lungs. Consumption is Catarrh of the lungs.
some cases whole families died. with marvelous effect. My blood is pure j ,, Heartburn and Dyspepsia are Catarrh of the
and I feel better and FredericA Ola Carlton. The ceremony was
The death rate exceeded 75 stronger. W' 1 stomach. Kidney troubles are Catarrh of the
To Subscribers per Reeb, 98 Herkimcr St., Albany, N. Y. performed by Rev. H. C. Peel- { ,VA-fi, kidneys. Biliousness is Catarrh of the liver.

Ticket for subscribers to the cent. Disordered Stomach-"Nowadays man. Congratulations followed :;, Leucorrhoea is Catarrh of the pelvic organs in

Alba Heywood Comedy Co., Kruger and Steyn have formeda 1 can eat anything 1 wish because i i1100d's after which the bride and groom 'ti,p.- j ///i ( women. Almost everyone has Catarrh in
Sarsaparilla keeps stomach in
my form.
March 14th will be on sale at the new alliance and will fight the order. It is the best tonic medicine.' departed on the evening train for Mwvh some
H. C. PEELMAN. .3. Pe-ru-na is the name of a medicine that
Surprise Store tomorrow, Friday.E. British to death. They think H. Stone, Sherborn, SMass. Tampa.Hocatee, Fla.Newberry -t; cures Catarrh in any part of the body,the same
the powers will not let their republic Catarrh-"Hood's Sarsaparilla hu i' :.JW as water extinguishes fire in every part of a '

II. Upham of South L"lkeI be exterminated. cured my husband's catarrh troubles, and 1 '! w house. It is a long tried specific for Catarrh

Weir was in town Tuesday and I A given me relief from sick headache." has formed a stock- i1 1 J/) fJM *every complication and phase It restores
I '4frs.J. W. Morris, Binghamton, N. Y. man's protective association with Ell t t> the delicate pink membrane that lines the .in-
dispensed newspaper elixir in the Miss Li la Willis of Williston and '
twenty-five members. ] 1 f' \ 2, side of the body to a perfectly normal condition -
Star office. I Miss Nellie Hooper of Ocala expect to SQJJa ati ;,, L l,-i 4 ray roWe and thus makes the sick well. It is auniversal

take the normal course for teachers in t (y ,, b'J remedy for that universal disease-
Stetson University, which begins March Starke has a daily paper, the
Professor of Fantville ,\t-\\ '' ? Catarrh. It is the only true Catarrh curt
Kagey 15. The iK'St teachers from all parts of Hood'i Mill cure liver till;the non-irritating and Herald. M. E. Tison is the edi J.fl \ 'l known to medical science. __ ,1Furniture
before leaving for Cross Keys, the state are now turning their attention !' 'ouly cathartic to take with Hood'i SamparlU tor. May it prove a thriving ,

Va., directed that the Star be to Stetson University as the best place success.

sent to him there. to make thorough preparation for their' Florida and California oranges,

work. The spring normal departmentthere red and russett apples, lemons, Old Age
will be largely patronized by the at Gust
bananas and strawberries at C.
Rheinauer & Co. Ocala
are Florida school teachers this year.MDZLEY'S Old age, as it comes in the or-
agents for the following celebrated H. Dame's.Open.
derly process of Nature, is a

make of men's shoes. Bannister beautiful and majestic thing

$3. Glove foot, $3.50. Ar- LEMON ELIXIR All Night The very shadow of eclipse For Six1y Days

migo, $3. The best values for A PLEASANT LEMON TONIC. We have a night phone, Num- which threatens it, makes it the _

the money. For biliousnesss, constipationand ber 73, and render willing service more prized. It stands for expe-

appendicitis.For at any nour ot the night. Ask rience, knowledge, wisdom and will sell our New Furniture at Cost, to make'room

The Tampa Carnival has been indigestion, sick and ner- your physician to call us. counsel. That is old age as it for Several Carloads of goods just purchased, for which we

called oil indefinitely, which the vousness and heart failure. GARRETT & QEKJG should be. But old age, as it so have no room. Following are some of the goods which will

Star very much regrets, having For fever, chills, debility and Postoffice Drug Store.CASTORIA. often is, means nothing but a positively be sold at cost :

determened to float in on the kidney diseases, take Lemon second childhood of mind and Handsome Bedroom Suites, Sideboards, Chiffoniers,

wave of hilarity and a general Elixir. body. What makes the differ-
Mattresses finest line in the ]
Sofas, Lounges [ country ,
good time. The Tribune says: Ladies, for natural and thor- ence? Very largely the care of ,

The indifference of those who ough organic regulation, take For Infants and Children. the stomach. In youth and the Toilet Sets [the most beautiful in town] and many f

had the most at stake and had Lemon Elixir. The Kind You Have Always Bought full strength of manhood it other articles.

most to gain, seemed the least Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is doesn't seem to matter how we Remember, we also have a complete line of

inclined to contribute to its from the fresh of Bears thesignature A .
suc- prepared juice # treat the stomach. We abuse it,

ct ;s. lemons, combined with other of overwork it, injure it. We don't Second Hand Furnitureand

Bismarck's Iron Nerve vegetable liver tonics, and will suffer from it much. But when come to us to save money. We will positively do

not fall you in any of the above A new shipment of roller-top' age comes the stomach is worn as we say. .

Was the result of his splendid named diseases. 50c. and $1.00 antique oak and cherry office out. It can't, prepare and dis- PITT3IAy & MclNTYEB. .

health. Indomitable will and bottles at druggists. desks just received at McIver & tribute the needed nourishmentto

tremendous energy are not Prepared only by Dr. H. Moz- MacKay's. the body, and the body, unnourished -

found where Stomach, Liver, ley, Atlanta, Ga. falls into senile decay.Dr. RICH BLOOD

Kidneys and Bowels are out of T tv Sl'S!/ Pierce's Golden :Medical Dis-
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This
is
of
woman a picture
AT THE CAPITOLI Sa3n perfect
order. If want these OM
quali-
you is wonderful medicinefor
ifJ. ., covery a health. Her existence Is
ties and the success they bring, am in my seventy-third :year, ] i *. G) old people whose stomachsare not made miserable by Shattered

use Dr. King's New Life Pills. and for fifty years I have been a S "--, .- "weak" and whose digestionsare Nerves, Wasting Irregularities

They develop every power of great sufferer from indigestion, r j o a.>* S i Q.ti "poor." Its invigorating effects fi Dyspepsia, the Blues, or any of,1i2

brain and body. Only 25 centsat cot,tipation( and biliousness. I !or_, ::: .4l.... 0 0 are felt by mind as well as _- YMg the manifold derangements
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: ... 0"C caused by weak or impure blood.
Garrett & have tried all the remedies advertised It takps the from
Gerig's Drugstore, a Si CJ d Q. +i body. sting .,. '' L She is full of life and ambition.
Ocala. for these diseases, and gotno rt rta U1 old age, and makes old people : She is handsome. She is happy.

permanent relief. About! one V to) JJI --- :strong. Rich blood coursing through her
Cliloro Naptholemusis ,f o..l. : rt bJJ "re veins
maintains her
; H o magnificent
the disease
year ago, assuming amore I .--.t. "d ._.... H oS Ladies' and Gents' Shampoo Parlor t 11't 1
insecticide and t"o: q= womanhood, warding off the innumerable
an antiseptic, a severe and dangerous form, 1 Si
2 ] Upstairs, over the Railroad: l ,/ diseases to which_ a
disinfectant. Six ounces makes I became very weak, and lo.3 o J
LJ 'n 2 weaker woman would be
'f
euscep
Restaurant.
M Shampoo 25 cents.
five gallons of strong disinfectantfor flesh rapidly, I commenced bsinr:;; l 0EJ1 1 tible. ,, i
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fl 4 1.4 All diseases of. the ; aor d
y Ca scalp success e
flushing drains, kitchen sinksor Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir. 11 j j "*
1 d B..a o d | fully treated. Hours from 8 a. Miss Alice Hasting!,
water closets. As a preventive gained twelve pounds in three ** .
..B-lflB... K I m. to 8 p. m.MRS. / Savannah, Ga., says
from diseases in the sick months. My: ,.trength and health, b"a CJ CIS l & ANNA M. BROWN. ? ; he was suffering all

room, put a few drops m two my fippatite and my digestion < Children's scalps .also treated. the torture of a terrible

saucers night and restored and 8 8,5 M .ai ( case of scrofula,
every were pe i'ectly now .::=
morniDr'I'I arn ..., ( c and no relief could be
Sold at the AnU.) 1 feel as young and vigorous as I S E 5x RestaurantRestaurant t
obtained
until
P. P.P.,
4 J ; W 4.o r.
store. Call for circulars and aid life. ill
par- ever in my U
r-t J W .... Irippman's Great Remedy
and lunch counter.
ticulars. ... C1 f
: L. J. ALLDRED, .Q r-t was tried; there-
04g Meals and lunches at all hours.
Boorkeeper Ga. State Senate, aN 'u b 0.U suit was a complete _
AGENTS WANTED FOK THE 'j
= rates to boarders.
State Capitol, Atlanta, Ga. uu'v F4 Special weekly cure. .
greatest and fastest selling book 0.. M
I r .' w::: c/2 O Also city dray furnished when is -
I I n (UPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY) the Ideal medi-
ever published-Biography of I MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR .:: cs .CO desired. Pr P I*? cine for women. Its use insures health and the ub.
Dwight L. Moody by his son HP O a J stantial attractiveness which health alone fee-
,
i is the best medicine I ever used LU uo M Q. *3 Tompkins nd wife, propri- !s I I I can
W. R. Moody, assisted by Ira D. H }H :5 jj j" pL C I IH's.g etors, 49 South Magnolia street.or stow. P. P P. is the greatest Blood Purifier known to
for the diseases you recommend medical science, curing all Scrofulous Affections, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism
Saukey. A splendid life story of it for, and 1 have used many tiC z' postofflce box 862 Ocala, Fla Catarrh, Neuralgia, Malaria and Nervous Derangements. o
tho great evangelist's high, un- P. P. P. *s sold by all druggists. $i a bottle; she bottles, $S.
kinds for woman's troubles.
selfish service In the cause of fel- WALTER DUKES Employment Agency LIPPMAN BROTHERS, FW TW Savannah. Qr .
MRS. S. A. GRESIIAM,
lowman. Published with the
authorization -
of Mrs. Moody and Salem, N. 0. The Broadway Tailor The Ocala Employment ency Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Pla..
has opened an office in the :Mitchell -
the family. Only authorized authentIc MOZLEY'S LEMON HOT DROPS. SUITS TO ORDER -
Block on Exposition street

biography. Beautifully Cures all coughs, colds, hoarse- from $12.50 Up and will furnish help of all kinds The Bailey-Lebby Company

illustrated. Large, handsome ness, sore thi oat, bronchitis, $3 Pants a SpecialtyCleaning in or out of the city. Call or ad-

volume. 1000 more agents hemorrhage, and all throat and dress postoffice box No. 862, or
Dyeing and Impairing Neatly _
wanted-men and women. Sales CHARLESTON S. c.
lung diseases. Elegant, reliable.25c. Done telephone when you are m need ,

immense. Harvest time for at drur. l\3ts. Prepared of our services, and your order

agents. Freight paid; credit only by Dr. H. Mozley Atlanta, Corner Broadway and Orange StreetsP. will receive promp attention.I. &
givon. Address The Dominion Ga. Machinery
O. Address Box 134 E. TOMPKIXS Suppliesl
Company, Dept. K., Chicago. Managers
A. D. BROOKS f
Fresh mullet and bottom fish '

every day on ice at \Vil111mrru'ker's L. ALEXANDER Telephone No.9.foored Iron, Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings Nails, Belting, Injectors _
Oysters in any style, prepared Shovels Picks Wheelbarrows and Link Belting. '
J
stall, .N o. 8, city mar- iJ
i by an experienced cook, at Mrs. Practical ) Restaurant _
Anthony's Oyster Parlor on ket. races Quoted on All Kinds oj Machinery, Uther Supplies i j

North Magnolia street.A McIver & MacKay have the CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful Meals at. all hours; special low
Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up
handsomest and largest line of estimates made on all contract work. rates by the week. Only first
big stock of handsome dining Gives more and better worK for the money machinery of all kinds,'or for repalrmg.any kind of machinery, engines -
chairs, couches, hassocks and willow and oak leather-seat than any other man in town. 1ADMINISTRATOR'S class colored restaurant on the or boilers, by a competent machinist, who will be supplied on

center tables at McIver <& Mac rockers that has ever been car- square.. MELISSA MACK, short notice. GK WAKE WELLS, Agent, Ocala, ifla.
Proprietress.Buy
NOTICE.All
Kay's. ried in Ocala. Office in A.E. ButiulCs Jewelry Store
creditors,legatees, distributees and all

A. T. Morris' cigars at W. E.Connell's \i*ANTEDSEVERAL trict Office Mangers PERSONS in this state FOR to DIS-represent persons estate having of the any late claim Martha or A.demands Jones, againstthe deceased your 1000 mile ticket for $30
me in their own and surrounding coun- ,are hereby notified to present the same to
wholesale agent, also ties. Willing to pay yearly $600. payable the undersigned as administrator of said over the Plant System from Miss Bring yourjob Printing
weekly. Desirable employment with unusual I estate on or before the llth day of May. ISwQ.PEKHV \ .
for the retail trade, in the Montezuma opportunities. References exchanged. Enclose H. NTGEST, Jessie Maughs at the city ticket to the Star OfficeTHESTAR
block. I self-addressed stamped envelope S. A. I Sheriff of Marion County and ez-ot&ciu Administrator office in the Ocala House. '
Park.800 Oaiton Building,Chicago. of said estate. 3-i-Y.



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: OCCURRENCES CITY OF TOLEDO, \ SS. 1 4
The ladles' of the Methodist
LUCAS COUNTY. >'.:,. gricaltnte. 1I
br o church, have for some time past, FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath Was ,March 1,1000. V

Tea at the Armory. been arranging to give a grand that he is the senior partner of Mr. N. 1. Gottlieb of the Ocala

P entertainment, and the plansare Photo Company-Dear bin The
Russett apples at Dame's. the firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co.,
now being completed. There doing business in the City of To- photographs of the phosphate

Strawberries at W. E. Con- will be given in the Opera Houseon ledo, County and State aforesaid, mines, together with your letter --u 1' f ;

nell's.'Vmdow. the evening of March 27th, and that said firm will pay the and bill, have been received. I tiwfi

:j: shades at the Surprise 1900, an entertainment that will sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL- have referred your letter to the

Store. delight and please all who at- LARS for each and every case of representative of the Paris ExposItIon -

I tend. Particulars later. Catarrh that cannot be cured Commission here, and .'
Mattings in new patterns at by .
Rheinauer's.Sick the use of HALL'S CATARRH i have asked him to prepare vouchers -

W rT'fr a R. A. Stickney has had electric CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY for your signature, which J

Not hole proof exactly, but headache is cured byHood's lights! placed in his residence on Sworn to before me and sub- will be sent you at an early date.E. J

very near it, are these stockings Pills. Ocklawaha avenue. F. E. Har- scribed in my presence, this 6th E. EWELL, .,

for small feet that we offer at G. D. Mendenhall of Juliettewas ris has had his residence wired for day of December, A. D. 1836. Acting Chemist.

the cheapest prices. They are of in town yesterday. electric lights also. A. W. GLEASON, .

fast colors enforced at the Nice variety of Flowering Begonias I i I Glossier melon and Rocky Ford [SEAL] Notary Public. The'infant daughter of Peter ACTS GENTLY ON THE t

wearing parts, and very'durable.We at the Greenhouse. cantaloupe seeds, guaranteedfresh Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Mcintyre died at 3 o'clock yester-

have never sold better stock- and genuine, at Tydings & internally and acts directly on day of whooping cough, and was KIDNEYSL1VER
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C. H.Dame has strawberries.He Co's. burled today by the side of her
ings at the prices. the blood and mucuous surfacesof
will keep them in stock. AN-D BOWELSGLEANSES
And in the ladies hosiery department A lot of Avon China just the system. Send for testimonials mother in Greenwood cemetery.The .

there are some rare Tropical and semi tropical opened. We can now supply full free. / regular monthly meetingof THE 5VSTEM :J

bargains and the latest up to plants at the Greenhouse. sets of this ware. The Surprise F. J. CHENEY & CO., Concordia Lodge No. 161, F. EFFECTU ALLY 1DISfZ

date. 0. G. FINCH, Mrs. C. H. Dame and two Store Toledo, 0. U. of A., will take place at 7:30 fL5 '

The Alliance Store, children are ill with the grippe. Rev. Fred Pfeifer arrived to- Sold by druggists, 75 cents.Hall's o'clock tonight. All members are iff G<:EDS Ls'.J EAYA Gtif 5 t"EIlS jOVERCOMES
Pills thebes urged to attend.
day from Bartow to spend two Family are .
Will Ross of Fort White i is in .'" <<

R. D. FULLER the city on phosphate business.J. weeks in the.city with his sisters, t. :Mrs. Claridy and children of

Mrs. Weihe and the Misses Weather Forecast for Central Florida Talladega, Ala., who have been AB ITUAL GoNSTIPATION
DENTIST VV. Halloway and wife of Pfuifer. : spending the past month with PERMANENTLY

Office Om Mentals1 National Bank Chicago are at the Ocala House. (Courtesy of Postmaster Groves) Mrs. Claridy's parents, Mr. and ITS BHt 't0 SE[TrrCTS..

OCALA FLA. Capt. W. N. Camp of Albion AT THE OPERA HOUSE Jacksonville, March 8.-Partly Mrs. VV. 0. Massey, returned t I 1

transacted business in town yes- cloudy tonight and Friday. home last night. BUT THE. GtMUIN .K'r'o'D OYI

J. E. OHAOE terday.C. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 14 WILLIAMS. During the late cold snap Ike ( UI9RNIA I fiG SYRVPCNfR l

H. Dame has just receiveda Nichols of Belleview bad 4000 hills d"Iaw"" Q, L" .hG, New ,-]
Special ISDifagoment of the PrInceof xr 7 c. era r.r.A'trca.aubrau
DENTAL SURGEON fine lot of apples, both red and Comedians There were twenty-eight arri- of watermelons up. He saved ORW&JT""fa me m&.

Office Upstairs 1st National Bank Bldg russetts. ALBA HEYWOODAnd .. day.vals at the Ocala House yester- 1000 hills by covering them. At ilheinauer's I INovelties '

OCALA FLORIDA Claud Campbell, son of J. A. a strong company of American -, .

TERMS CASH Campbell, has a position in '1' 'd- and European artists. Prevented a Tragedy in straw goods for men, ,i

ings drugstore. Miss Gertrude Moore the bril- Corsets.The Timely information given Mrs. ladies and children. t 4v

W. C BULL Everybody is invited to inspectour liant violinist.Mr. George Long of New Straitsville, -

beautiful line of wash goods. Gust eve Ulerich, violincel- I Ohio, prevented a dreadful trag- What to toad

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Rheinauer & Co. list.Miss well known R. edy and saved two lives. A Do you read the leading ,

: Ethel Beatrice Carpenter, frightful cough had long kept her
Ocala Fla. See our complete line of Chinaware & G., P. D., Thom pson's monthly magazines, are you a :,
the sweetest ballad before awake She had
singer every night.
lover of books do to be
care
; cheaper than ever before. you
Glove and
the public. Fitting tried remedies and doctors
PLANS,ESTIMATES AND SPECIFICATIONS The Surprise Store.A many posted on literary matters'1
Furnished I'romptly and at Short Notice. The most popular attraction of ; but steadily grew worse until An up to-date idea is the

SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LOCAL WORK big shipment of fresh candy, the season. %'fltawmi wr.x eau! urged to try Dr. King's New "Magazine Circle." Members

Mail Communications Promptly Attended to peanut, cocoanut and Broadway Seats on sale Friday morningfor 4rrWs .Dla A.Of Discovery. One bottle wholly 'having the privilege of reading
by the Old Reliable W.C.BULL. taffy mixture at Dame's. Y NWItUt
subscribers. Sale opens for ( cured her, and she writes this eight of their favorite magazines

Mrs. M. J. Watch has arrived general public Saturday at the -g&V. marvelous medicine also cured each month at about the expenseof

Co to theProduce from St. Louis and is with her Surprise store. ,'" Mr. Long of a severe attack of one. This is the 20th century.The .

husband at the St. Denis. 1-i : pneumonia. Such cures are pos- world is moving rapidly. To
:: itive of the matchless meritof
StoreFor Extracts In all flavors-peach, FOR SALE-A 200-egg hot proof keep up you must be in touch

banana, cherry, orange, vanilla, water Reliable Incubator, nearlynew \J'I this grand remedy for curingall with progress. The thoughts of s
J Jt + throat chest and trou-
lung
,
lemon-at McCarthy Store. and in fine condition. Nine great men are portrayed in the.
Ice, Salt Fish, Pickled bles. Only 50 cents and $1.
I leading monthlies. The "Magazine -
hens and cock breed
one ,
Meats, Poultry, Fruits and We have something nice in pure Every bottle guaranteed. Trial
Brown Leghorns. Both at a bar- Circle" supplies just what 1
Vegetables. gentlemen's handkerchiefs, from I bottles 10 cents at Garrett &
gaIn if taken soon. Box 144, r I Uerig's Drugstore, Ocala. you require.
5 to 25 cents. J. W. Hodges.
Oys-ters Ocala, Fla. ; Over one hundred thousand 4

Tom Davis, from near Summer- ambitious men and women a
Highest Price Paid for All Kinds of Go to the Montezuma barbershop : The Best Butter
field, was In town Wednesdayand throughout the United Statesare
tor first class work. P. C.
Produce reported his wife quite sick. Davis, proprietor. We have the choicest creamery already enjoying these ben-

butter in town at 35 cents a The of lit-
efits.
cream current
D. W. HALL, Manager.Exposition Those wishing fresh, sweet assorted crackers at W.
Fancy %WARNU'SRUSIPROOfCorsets. pound. Guaranteed fresh and erature is obtained at so triflingan
cream for parties, etc., can have E. Oonnell's.Vheatthe.
Next to Rank
Sheet Agnew fine. RICE & MOORE.
in other
no manner.A .
the same by notifying Geo. B. expense
\ best feed you can "Magazine Circle" should be
.Tyler.Do The best
selection
for chickens-at the John For Sale Rent
get or organized in every church, society
you wear sox? We have the McCarthy Store. for the fastidious
Desirable residences and cottages club, community and ;a
latest in stripes, any color; also
J.V Large fancy lamps, beautifuland buyer. At Rhei ; in different parts of the neighborhood interested in litera-
sox with white feet. ,
I I Hodges. cheap. See them. Just received nauer & Co's. Dry city, almost any size or style desired ture and self culture. Some

at the Surprise Store. for rent, and will sell on towns have several "Magazine
fi.
FOR SALE-A good, gentle Goods House. Agentsfor most advantageous terms. Have Circles" running successfully.The .

pony horse, buggy and harness. Remember the Confederate tea Standard Patterns. you property to rent, or do you plan is endorsed by clergy. :
at the Armory tomorrow after- desire to rent ? In either
Cheap for cash. Apply to Pete property men, doctors lawyers, teachers,
noon and evening Refreshmentsfree. case, apply to S. D. Moody in
Mclntyre. professional and business men
city building.
A nice line of fresh candies at everywhere.Our .
We have every day fresh Florida -
I Mr. Ottensoser and family W. E. Connell's, Montezuma I booklet, "Magazine Circles
cabbage Northern rutabagasand Old cemetery lots cleaned up
leave today for Key West, on a block.Armour's. and How to Organize," will be
Cs tft'rt apples at CO cents a peck. and cared for by the month. We
pleasure trip. mailed to address re
famous Star brand any upon
Rice & Moore. will plant them to shrubs, vines
:Men's and boys' suits, some- sugar cured hams at Rice & and other if de quest. Address Consolidated
THE BEST SERVICEAnd Take your meals at :Mrs. An- flowering plants Book & Magazine Co., 93-99 Nassau -
thing new offered at bargain.J. Moore's.A Greenhouse Co.
thony's Ladiesand Gents' Res- a sired. street, New York.
the finest food in the city i* to be -
,
W.
had at the taurant and Oyster Parlor, near Hodges. pretty line of book cases and A new keg of sour pickles just <

McI vcr & MacKay s. Round trip tickets to Havana, hat racks in antique oak; hand- opened at McCarthy Store, lOc. a 'otlee to Teachers
RAILROAD RESTAURANTEvery
Cuba, via Plant System, and be- some in design and finish. !Ic- dozen.A .
We have just opened a big as-
seasonable! dainty is on the
aver & .
ginning November 1st winter MacKay.Stove handsome line of
sty-
very The normal term for public
bill of fare. TheRoact! Steaks, Chops sortment of stiff bosom and neg-
flavor tourist tickets to principal Flor- wood cut to length for lish, up-to-date neckwear of all 1 school teachers in Stetson Univer-
and other dishes are of fine and lige shirts, all colors, from 50
satisfying substance. Nowhere else cents up. J. W. Hodges. ida resorts. Tickets on sale to $1 per two-horse load. Free de designs. J. W. Hodges. sity at DeLand, Fla., will begin

can you dine so well for all points in the United States. .livery. Seymour & Smith. Phone FOR SALE-A good, gentle March 15 and.continue ten weeks.
Chas. W. Whitesides, the accommodating ..).a.
For full information relative to
50 Cents horse; cheap. Apply at the Alli- The text books and course of
at the
day clerk schedules, resorts, rates, etc., Bow about a trunk at $'.50 and ance store. d-w study are arranged with special

_J-i'( O ALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP Ocala House, is confined to his I call at the city ticket ollice in the $j* Get one and have it packedat view of preparing teachers for the
with bilious attack. D. M. at the Hole in
room a Boney
Ocaia House. J. C.
Maughs, J. W. Hodges. June examinations. The special
Solicits your patronage and the Wall has trade on his
city ticket agent. a big
LosT-An ear trumpet, in a rate for teachers is the small sum
rn guarantees the best work. Clean Queen Annie Hair Tonic. Everybottle famous 5 cent cigar "Dixie
black silk bag, Wednesday, near Morning Joy coffee in two- of $4 per week or $10 for the en-
and attractive shop; skillful guaranteed to give perfect: Girl."
the park. Return to Mrs. J. C. pound cans, our best, at McCar- tire term. This includes tuition,
workmen: satisfaction. Tydings & Co.
Phillips, South Third street. chy Store. Five hundred designs that decorateThibaut's board, washing, lights, fuel, etc.
GEO. F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor A number of beautiful toilet! wall will be admitted to
--- ... LJL| ,, Fresh fish, both mullet and Sawdust delivered to any partof papers. Teachers any
sets, with or without slop jars, See R. A. Hall, agent, 301 South of the classes in the University
J. A. PITTMAN & CO. bottom fish, received every day, the city at 50 cents per load.
just opened at the Surprise Store. Magnolia street.St. without extra charge can enter
I kept on ice and delivered any- Seymour & Smith. Phone 25.
& EMBALMERSDealers
UNDERTAKERS where in the city by William The Grecian Ribbon Belt, the Margaret's Guild during any time during the term and .
R. J. Knight of Crystal River, will only be charged at the rate
In- Tucker. latest novelty, combining elegance lenten season will meet every
one of the most extensive turpentine } style and perfection. The Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in of $4 a week. All the railroad
CASKETS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES
Mrs. C. R. Burt who has beenin of the state
producers was I will rates
only which holds skirts tight to Grace church instead of the rec companies give special
Office with Pittman & Mclntyre town for a week, was called to at the Ocala House yesterday.Do the waist at Rheinauer's.A tory. St. Catherine's Guild will to teachers going to Stetson Uni
Cordeal today to the bedside of
the Plant
DeLand
OCALA FLA. fresh line of apples, bananasand meet Thursday afternoon at Miss versity. is on
her sick daughter, :Mrs. F. M. You Need an Electric Belt ? Porter's. Services System about 100 miles south of
Long. oranges at W. E. Connell's, Irma every
Montezuma block. afternoon at Grace church at 5. Jacksonville and is easily reached

Piano Tuner "Opportunity is the cream of Dr. J. Newton Hathaway has I I from all parts of the state.

time." Now is your opportunityto perfected an electric belt which: The Anti-Monopoly drug storeis Cream of Wheat, the

take Hood's Sarsaparilla and he is prepared to furnish to all having a big run on its hot most delicious breakfast Stationery, box paper and en-

Pianos and Organs tuned regulated and re- derive the most benefit from it. patients who need it, at a nominal drinks. velopes, cheaper than ever offered
paired in a first class manner and all work food put up, at the
.
guaranted. Special rates by the year. Also The blood is now 'loaded with charge. Write to J. NewtonHathaway > CASTOn.A.: before 24 sheets and 24 envel-
The Rind You Have
Bears Always Bclgtt Store.
make a specialty of repairing fine violins and dangerous impurities which this :M. D., 25 Bryan tie John McCarthy opes for 5 cents at the Anti-
guitars. W. S. PIKE Signature 1.#+#. _
P.O.Box 651,Ocala Fla medicine will promptly expel. street, Savannah, Ga. gf I A new lot just opened. Monopoly drug store.




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