The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
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v. ; 61 cm.


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


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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).

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University of Florida
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.F' .. steamer* 'acht Gypsy of the Sl Johns
river and removed her to Lake Kerr.

Miss Winnie Wilmott intends leave Furniture Dealers of :&
u ing for New York on the 9th, and will Leading _

I U flU go from there on to Philadeplhia '

to attend school for the next two

.., w o. .., w ., .. For Infants and Children. years. Central and South Florida:;: fOUR :

Mr. Hilburn is having some work .. ,
CASTOR1AJ I f The Kind( You Have done on his place. He is also havinghis


Mr. L. W. Morgan, of Churchill, has

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Agefable rcparalionforAssimilating dance was given by Mrs. Dick WE BUY A GREAT MANY GOODS IN CARLOAD LOTS, AND BY THIS METHOD SAVE OUR CUSTOMERS .
tbeFoodandGcguIa- J- Sleap a few days ago in the honor of

ting the stomacl>S andBowels l of Bears ..theSignature two young ladies from the North and A LARGE AMOUNT. OUR ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. CALL

1 Miss Wilmott, of Lake Kerr.r
There has been a great deal of discussion


Promotes DigesUonC errul- I school house half way between Lake
: nessafldResLContainsneilhC1' of Kerr and Williamson's, but Lake Kerr.

OpiumMorphine nor>IiweraL L. flatly refuses to do it, and will not

:NOT"NARCOTIC.frape send her children if they move the <
I Wagons Buggies EtOD
... I I I house. ,

ofOULrSSMELPffClERfimfJu e :Mr. Waldron of Eureka, has moved

'* Seul,1lX..ft111f4 Si into the Foss house on Fifth avenue. WE HAVE THE ONLY UP TO DATE STOCK OF WAGONS, BUGGIES AND SUPPLIES FOR SAME,

1 ; August Bud. S
Anise lord I n
ffgonNwE CITRA ,
II.nls(7nrdel Jlrgarifsr Rev. H. A. Hodges has taken five
pw I : :
of Neuner
Q the children to the Methodist {
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perfect Remedy farConsb( PauonSourStoinachDiarrhoca- S U Orphans' Home, at Macon, Ga. He WRITE TO OR CALL ON '"*%

extended his trip to Atlanta, takingin : "
\\rormsConvulsio1\Sfeverish- C {I' the Southern Epworth League convention MclvER MACKAY OCALA fLORID: :

ness and Loss OF SLEEK I 4I I 0 r U Y er i and returned Wednesday, I. AND ..'. '

bringing his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Sum
mers, for a visit. .- 4.,,buy,
dLffiaztfr. I: x Thirty Years H. Wartmann was recently .+"'-

NEW YORK. thrown. from a surrey and badly SHERIFF'S SALE <

I Ij I jury.Mr.bruised, although escaping serious in- What is this t Man GOod For? Under and by virtue of an execution -..

"p9 James White is home for a issued out of and under the seal
I short visit from New Mexico. He is of the Circuit Court in and for Marion -
]EXACTCOPY OF WRAPPER. U fi J R accompanied by Mr. Bell, of the Han- As He Is-NOTHING County, Florida, dated April 20,

over Copper Mike. l 1896, in a certain cause wherein B.

.... THE CENTAUR COMP4NV. NEW YORK CITY.. .. The family of Mr. James B. Borland Ir L He might be-MUCH Dupre Hodge is plaintiff and T. E.
'.'... ,_ .'f : .- : _;?': : .. accompanied by Mr. D. S. Borland Buser is defendant, I have levied on rand

and family, from Myers, are He is a nervous wreck. His life la will, onMonday I
a burden to himself, and his presence
spending a month at Seabreeze.Mrs. f
September 3, 1900,
r a dread to his family and friends.
Frank Kells and baby from
His irritability is mining the sales and
= Y same being a legal day, .
New York, are visiting A. S. Kells. '" his business, and his con
during the legal hours of sale, offer
r R.E.YONGEJR. Mrs. E. Smith returned from Maine :< stantly increasing miseries,
real and for sale at the courthouse door in '
last week, after a two months' sojourn imaginary are
driving him into the Ocala, Florida, and sell to the high

ELECTRICAL AND BICYCLE with relatives. /i grave. This unhappy est and best bidder, for cash, the fol..
Allen Stevens returned last Friday man is only one oi
SUPPLIESAll lowing real estate in Marion County,
from Glen St. Mary and Pablo, accom- a million in America
------ If there Florida, to wit:
Kinds of Repair Work Done panied by his wife, who has been at were no re-
lief for their con The southeast quarter of the.

Promptly DeLand.A dition they might indeed southwest quarter, and the southwest
number of young people chap 1- pray for death.
fit OLIVE, ORIENT, CLEVELAND AND eroned by Mrs. M. A. Rice, spent But Nervousness and quarter of the southeast quarter of
its morbid horrors Section 7, and the northeast quarterof
:, ELFINJUVENILE Wednesday at Orange Springs, enjoy-
vanishing before the
are northwest quarter and north-
WHEELS ing a plunge in the fine sulphur water. the marvelous work
west quarter of the northeast quarterof
Mrs. Stuman, of Reddick, is makingher of advanced science. ...
Section 18, all in Township 16,
Montezuma Block Ocala Florida. home at present with Miss Rosa
Johnson. P. P. P. south of Range 19, east.

-- ,---- -- ----- ---- --- sIippman'a Sold to satisfy said execution and
Miss Gertrude Harrison visited in ( Great Remedy) overcomes at once the acute symptoms of costs Perry H. Nugent,
Ocala last week.E. every form of Nervous Derangement, and soon makes the patient robust
HOLBROOK NORMAL COLLEGE L. Wartmann is having some improvements and ambitious. P. P. P. is the beet combination of green roots and Sheriff Marion County, Florida. ...

made in his store. barks that was ever put together for the cure of Weakness, General
Debility and Nervousness. It is a good tonic and the best Blood PurifierIn
FOUNTAIN CITY, a Suburb of Knoxville, Tenn. Rev. Mr. Baers of Micanopy, filled the world. P. P. P. is Nature's specific for Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, MASTER'S SALE
the pulpit of the Baptist church last Catarrh, Malaria and all forms of Blood Poison and Scrofula, whetherin
Thorough course in Ancient and Modern Languages, Mathematic and Sunday evening. adults or children. Notice is hereby given vir

Sciences. Literature and History a specialty, leading to degree of B. L. t P. P. P. is sold by all druggists- a bottle ; six bottles, $5. tue of a final decree for the foreclosure

from the best schools in America PROPRttTORS' of a mortgage wherein William
Conservatory of Music under instructors EASTLAKEMr. Lippman Brothers, LIPPMAN BLOCK. Savannah, Q a.
I Young is complainant and Kate Crow.I .
and Europe. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. I
A. L. Pearre and family (four
I ther, as administratrix of estate of
Schools of Art, Elocution and Business. Every teacher is a specialistEvery
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fine stalwart ), left Stanton
sons ---- -
Samuel Crowther, et al., are defend
department offers rare advantages. No better: faculty in the South.
Diploma given when each school is completed. district Wednesday by wagon and TA ,. --.. -.. ..-.. --. ants, dated July 21, 1900, I will sell In
horseback for their new home near front of the court house in Ocala Marion f
Location and environment unsurpassed. Fresh, pure mountain air, excellent Florida Central &
Pensacola, an extensive farm of 600
water and beautiful scenery. Terms very reasonable.We Art county, Florida, between the legal
acres. They were accompanied by H.
have all the advantages of the city (being five miles from Knoxville hours of sale on
W. Snook and his eldest son and heir. Peninsular R. R.
cars every hour), and the advantage of being out of the city. Monday, September 3d, 1900,
Their departure is regretted here. the
Next Session Opens September 4, 1900. Time Table Effective June 3, 1900.1iO3TE3CV. following described real estate In
organized some to Silver Springs, oth- .
satisfaction of said decree to-wit
For full particulars, catalogue etc., apply to
President W. C. BLASINGAME, Fountain City, Tenn. who have been sojourning for some 10 Ii 6G4TEBOCir I 8 I 13 I Z3vTaza. All of lot or block numbered twenty-
months at Eastlake, have returned two of
((22)) Caldwell's addition to the
........ 800am 80upmLvJuktonTlIe.9JYam; ; SOOpm D2IJam 745pm
...... south to Mitchellsville. '. Plant City.. 847am 91apm ........ ........ FerUi1.t 1u..172.'ia.m 615nD 1 2Fam city of Ocala. Waldo W. Martin,
----- -- Dr. Archie Allan and family have Dade City.. 9 S am,1031pn., ......... ........ Ar BaldwU1 I 9.Uarnl 84uvm 95.aID ........
Ar Wildwooo.. 1)I 5Uam,1 2 2;aml. :.:.:.:..:.:.: Lv Baldwin--i--: : :::=;.:-:=. 1J dam Special Master. .
arrived at Eastlake: and taken up their tv Winte.-p'rk 75Sam .... ......... ........ Ar}I'Clenny. ..... I....... 1J I'SIn 8w'pm
Hall. .. Oraads....... .8 pm ........ ...,.... I..akeCitY. L........'.........llMDlf: 9s:. m .
Franklin Type WI.tersThe residence at Cranberry .. Apopka..... iOlam 1jjpm ........ ........ Live Oek ............,........ 121 nllOOOpmArTayares. SHERIFF'S SALE -
Geo. E. Snow is making preparations .... IHelID 910m.\ II :Ma ison. H.' ......../........ 1 11D L 9UamLvTavare3 ,
948am 94itpm ........ ........ Monticello ........ 3JJID 4+Jam
to go to Porto Rfto. He speaks .. Uesburg... I015am iO'Uhpm! ........ ........ 1'all1uJe.. .j..j., ........ 33Spm: etOamAr Under and by virtue of an execution
Neatest, Handsomest and Most Spanish fluently. Wildwood 10 Oam 115Vpm ........ ........ U Quincy ... ..... ... ........ 4 a9'm 8 25amtv1' issued out of and under the seal of the
Durable Machine Made' ffl.t Btol1eview... 11:!fam 15lJam ........ ........ s I ''' I circuit court in and for Marion county,
: ., :; If Cala......... ll:lam 22Jam ........ .LvB11dwin.,10tCam,; 850pm ........ ........ Fla., dated March 20, 1900, in a certain
'LIGHT AND COMPACT ,f.: $;$ LAKE WEIR bih-erSp'IIg ...... .. .. .. ................. Ar tarku..llII5.uU ltJOlpm...._..
.. v= .r ; :sf "'r'w: I. Hawthorn& 1257pm 417am ....... Waldo.....I125aJn'1.Hlpm; ......... ........ cause wherein Caro S. Murrell Is plaintiff .
Fewer Parts Than Any Other: First ;; ""t :":. :..:Ji.. ; ':1 ;..t: ; .bWal lo. ... 505am .... ......
.: --- ,: ..... .. .. ,., We hear rumors of a hotel being < 12'pm
\ "' "" -,7.. ,, .. and Robert G. Murrell Is defendant
-i\ -.C.r: "'f o' c'; '7.:'' _!:: JJII. Ba.flwin.! .. SlOpm 100am ........ ........ -
.Class Machine ,1:[..' :_ ........ :. .r....,:;!,";'''''. .,':Io..b opened here. People, especially from Jal'k.itAllv'le 15-5am ........ ........
\ ...,...,:.-. .#7...".,_"'." ',......-t ->!t.. 3-.-'=--i.-: '\ 35Spm -. I have levied on and will on
VISIBLE WRITING .'.!::4"; ,,J.J.-t'4.t.,,, .";" '." :.:.';''.,:'1..:. _: '.: '1. Ocala, are beginning to realize whata ; ; tll Monday, September 3d, 1900,
PERFECT ALIGNMENT :-B,; / i ..:.jL flt, fj this is for coolness
't, : p..r.'t-, ... ., .; charming spot the same being a legal sales day, and
r.. ''"' ;: ; ; and during summer .
Any Size or Kind of Type Desired.Fully 'C. .,.;. --F---... ..e"Z, "? -:; Archer... IOOam 315pm. ....... LvWaido..113Cam! 510am 200pm....... during the legal hours of sale, offer'
-" Pi.#.' ''' .. ........ 64..am1 ....
Guaranteed ; > "- months. Ga'aeTille.! 105am; H.jpm'1252pm ArGiaarille..1201pm 23rpm.ArWaldo. ... for sale at the house
; court door in
't i..z... ;t.!. :... : :W .. 112trpm 600pm 122pm ....... .' A her ... ..,......... 900am aUpm,........
PRICE $75 --- -=.=.]-: ". Miss Lillian Frost, Messrs. Harry LvWa1Jo...... Hjpm -5tkam -........ .-....... "C 1arKey I. =:;: ... ..... ,pm....., Ocala, :Fla., and sell to the highest and
Lapham and Frank Ditto returned to .. H9.rke...... 215pm 54tJam '....... ....... I..vWaWo- .. 11l4.1am- I OMJpm .88...... ........ best bidder for cash the following .
.ArBaldwin.... SlOpm 'lOOam.. ... ...... ArHawthorne .IH3pm1la5pm: ........ ....
Terms to Suit Your Convenience. A Few Second Hand Machines at Reduced Ocala Monday, having spent a most -- Silver 5p'ng' .... ....-..' ........ ........ real estate in Marion County, Florida,
Ocala .. ......{ 115un ........ ...
Prices. Call at mar Office and See 11" l40pm
the Machine Write 1
or to weeks the lake. a
delightful two on
I 13e11ev1ew.! 20pm lrh10m ........ ......_ to-wit:
R. R. CARROLL, AGENT, OCALA, FLA. Messrs. Lapham and Converse drove ;;:: Wldwood Y32pm 24Uam........ ......... East half of lot number 62
.. .. .. i 1--- 1, block ,
t l'liver J tion .. .2 lopiul --
.. .... ....... .. ..... LvWildwood..' .42pm!' y.Mm ........ ........
... from Ocala Friday. They returned Quincy. 12-8pm 1"Olp336pm m : ;;: .
.. ..... ........ old of Ocala. Sold to satisfy
a. -- .:: .r, -: :aua.a.see.... ..... ......., 14Jpm: :Let>8b\lrg..1 31p.rtn+ 43uam. survey
and Miss Jen- K Tavarei .... + S20am; ........ ........
Tuesday, Mrs. Lapham ionlireUo ....... ........ 155pm H.5pm \ JlSpmj said execution and cost.
.. L1'Tavar8iS .... 3 45am...... ........
..... S : 9/
nie Bull accompanying them. .. Live Oak.... .......slam 4 4Jpm42pm 835p50pm ArApo1Jka.... 424pm WiLm ........ ........ Perry II. Nugent,
.. m Orlaido...,, 50 821em ........ ........
Lake .. .....,.. \ \ "I !pm
Mr. Earl Mark, of Ocala, spent a I' -clpuDl.City .. ........ 7 2am21am 53apm0pm IlJ40pm 115am ? Wiater l"rk. _t.p m ......... _......_. Sheriff Marion county, Fla.
OCAlA LUMBER CO few days this week with the campersin rHaldwin.. ........ 73nam: 848pm 2016m! l..vWildwood.. i 123:pml hAnl ....... ........
tv ald\\'in.. 819 ,i 7 38am;!'8 l8pm Bl5am 1 Dade GSty... 3 Mpm! 4 2am ........ ........
General Bullock's packing house. ...
Plant l'ity...)! 4 44pm :.; .....
.. TAX
General Bullock of Ocala was a oAr.. Yenaaiaa.J&kcndle:: .... 551Jpm 9Zam 812am 7 IIlXIpm:r:5pm: 5 9Sam;2&m TaJ& .... ..'' .:;opln 6'lam: ................. DEED NOTICE
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Is at all times prepared to furnish rough guest of the campers Sunday.OCKLAWAHA }-Daily. Sloping Car Tampa to New York, via Jacksonville (Dining Car.) Whereas, Dr. D. A. Smith has presented '
NQ.lj: ,Through Pullman Sleeping+) Car New York to Tampa via Jacksonville(Dining Car.)
fo. 2, Through Pullman Bleeping Car Jacksonville to New Orleans.: to me tax certificate Nos. 19
or planed lumber in any quantity desired J.'o. 1, Through Pullman Sleeping('..r New Orleans to Jacksonville.Ko. and 20, town of Anthony, sale of November
4, Through Pullman Sleeping Car service Jacksonville to St Louis via Lake City.
Mrs. Ellen Scott ,of Quincy, accom- No. 3, Through Pullman Sleeping Car a-rviee St. Louii to Jacksonville via Lake City. 4, 1895, covering the followingland

INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTY panied by her two children, is visiting D.E.For MAX information WELL. apply to your A.nearegt O. MAcDONELL agent or write, to General Passenger I.. ...8HIP Oflfic>IAlf, in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:

her sister, Mrs Blair. 3rd:!: Vice-Preb't and Gen.Mgr. QMI. Pm.Agent. Asa't ften." PM Ageat. West half of southwest quarter of

If in need of anything in our line, write to or call on us. Factory opposite Mr. William Hall has a contract to southwest quarter section 10, and that

Plant System depot. Mill near Montague. supply a firm in Leesburg with eight part of southeast quarter east of F.

hundred pounds of beef weekly. MOBILE & OHIO R. RIrv C. & P. R.. R., section 9, township 14 -

QCALLLUMBER COMPANY Robert Blair and his sisters, Misses t south of range 22 east, and upon said

Annie and Clara, went to the barbecue certificate has demanded from me a

Telephone 69 Ocala, Florida at Oxford Saturday.Mr. .rI-1cF .,.. LINJ : tax deed.

,Yo Younge is carrying his hand Therefore, after the expiration of

in a sling. A large splinter which he thirty days from the date of this notice

got into it some days ago has proved To St. Louis, Chicago i and the WeS 1 unless redeemed, it is my intention

DH. MOFFETT'S g Allays Irriislion, Aids Digestion, painful and serious. to issue a tax deed to the srjd

1 fr--- II Regulates the Bowels, Mrs. Turnley and daughter. Miss Through Buffet Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Plant Sys- lands.. Dated July 31, 1900.

? EETHIN Strengthens the Child, May, returned to Ocala Saturday.Cd.:5TORt1 tem leaves: Jacksonville at 8 p. m., connecting with the Mobile & Ohio's S. T. Sistrunk,

ati It'lU' Fr fAT Makes Teething Easy. West India Flyer, the best equipped train in the South. For general information Clerk Circuit Court.

... .' r BA P'6 (Teething Powders) jLJiiLTEETHINA Relieves the Bowel : tickets, etc, apply to ticket agents of the Plant System.
ASA Troubles of Children of The Kind You H3V8 t
AlftajfS Bfl'JfM
Costs only 2a cents at Druggists, ANY AGE Bears signature tie _J) C. M. Shepherd, L. E. Spencer, T. F. & P. A., Foley's Honey end Tar

Ort>U2cesta fe C.J, MOFFETT, M, D,, 3T, LOUIS, MO. cf Gen. Pass. Agt., Mobile, Ala. 235 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, F13.I heals lungs'and stops the cough

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D. FULLER Room Dickison Chapter, United Daughters (Courtesy of Postmaster Groves
mouldings. R. A. Hall. ) the 8th inst Dr. S. Potts Eagle- jt .fit 4C. ?}

DENTIST Joe Mellett is ill at home with the of the Confederacy, hereby tenders Jacksonville, Fla., August 11.-Generally ton was appointed local surgeon for

fever cordial thanks to Miss Blodgett and fairtonight; Sunday local rain the Plant System, to succeed Dr. Iz-

Office Over Munrce & Chambliss Bank R. A. Alfred is I the ladies of Grahamville for five dol. south, fair north portion. lar. Dr. Eagleton is now also a memo
sojourning at Port
Inglis.! lars and sixty-five cents contributedby ber of the city board of health.W. '{ d"Rri +c. i

OCALA, FLA. them towards the Jefferson Davis:
$100 REWARD, $100
G. A. Carmichael is reported a little monument fund. The package containing
i. E. CHACE better. the amount was dated July 7, E. Cason, of this office returned
The readers of this paper will be
I Those new sash buckles at Burnett's but was not received until today, August yesterday from Marietta and Atlanta,
pleased learn
DENTAL SURGEON I to that there is at least
are pretty. ; 11. They will therefore please where he has been visiting his wife
one dreaded disease that science has
Office I II excuse the delay in acknowledgment.OUR and relatives at his old home for the
Upstairs Commercial Bank Bldg I Tom Wallis is in the city visitinghis been able to cure in all its stages and
past three WE'cks.VhUe in Atlanta
i family. that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis
Ocala, Fla. COOL SODA IS GUARANTEED Mr. Cason saw a number of ex-Ocala
C. J. Garrett is out again after along the only positive cure now known to 2 a. 1j/f/ t r'; tftS1OSiitUiFliGS
people them being John Owens
TERMS CASH illness. the medical fraternity. Catarrh beinga
,, :Mr. Zacharias, Mr. Fox, Julien
THE HEATED BROW AND QUIET constitutional disease, requires a
Mrs. Dean, wife of the ice man, is Conner, Mr. Moses, Mr. Shepard, Lou

I"l:;:)i.. .,' ", ::I.'' .-<< ill with fever THE NERVES.T.. constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Hendon, Capt Wells, Richard Williams
; v"'k': wt '# "-'
1.rf' Cure is taken
:",'o ; ,{, ; 'iIh,5' 1 W. TROXLER.The internally, acting
f.n'L i ? .. H. C. ,Jones of the Ocala Bottling and C. F. Faires.
/1 .;11j"'r.' 1A'y bt7'7rl:. directly upon the blood and mucous
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( ", ,,, ... / ; / Works is the sick list.
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1.J.j'o.o. 1.I.. ,...;:- '!:;..'I1 1JlrrtJ''I"P.'Ili. / : .; '/''i handsome and commodiousstore surfaces of the system, thereby destroying Mr. Chazal is the liveliest memberyet

jai wrc'--.---'..."""' --ava-. Charlie Witzig has recovered froma which H. L. Anderson is having the foundation of the disease, on record of the Ocala capitol removal

: : :. ;! '!'" .. severe attack of illness.
.-II'h!1J"I', : ,, '-,1' ," .,', rl,11' -/:'!" I ,' built south of the market is almost giving the patient strength by committee. His business takes
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/ ,' ",","".,.. "':" &JI'#-' Q;: .I Save money on patent medicines by finished. In a few days it will be occu- building up the constitution and assisting him all over the state and his deligU
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tw I f\\\,+.,l.l.\'J},.-.J'.,: .;;'.:.."'..-.:" '.(.J-fP 1I'.f buying of Garrett & Gerig. pied by a hustling young business man nature in doing its work. The seems to be in interviewing people on

:'/!' ,.f.;\" ....,, ('JJ:v <'..../.. t';-_ /f: Will Hocker has been in Atlanta on with an up-to-date stock of grocerle3. prietors] have so much faith in its curative the train he travels on and explainand

.4:1 r ,-,' 11[ 1I [ business for the past week. "1 am a switchman," writes A. J. powers, that they offer One convince them that Ocala is strict

Hundred Dollars for any case that it ly in it. A good second is Will Sin
The place to buy patent medicinesat Jennesse, of 5201 Butler St., Chicago, Actsfle&autlyandfiv&ptly
J1/ L i I CZ fails to cure. Send for list of testi! clair
the live matter.
\ same Theyare
i3VERY cost is at Garrett & .
"and am out in all kinds of weather.
!1 I \ \ monials. Address, a team whose labors should cause
big shipment of pineapples at I took a cold which settled in my kidney Cleanses the System
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo 0.
every Ocalan to smile inwardly and
Dame's; eight cents per pound. and was in very bad shape. I Gently and Effectually

V CONSPICUOUSShoes tried several advertised medicines Sold by druggists, 75c.Hall's outwardly with satisfaction. when bilious or costive.
Edwin Spencer and have
family re-
are I Family Pills are the bestA
with benefit until I
no was recommended Douglas Eichelberger has returnedto
turned home from Lake Weir.
always conspicuous and it Presents in the
very pays most accepfablefarntthe
to wear good shoes. It pays to have :Miss Jean Teague, of Lady Lake, is < to take Foley's Kidney "Cure. little child born Miami, where he will again engage laxative principles plants
Two thirds of bottle cured was yesterday
a me. AntiMonopoly in truck growing. Mrs. Eichelbergerand Anotvjj to
your feet trimly dressed if there is a visiting her father, F. A. Teague. Ocala Fla. morning to Mr. and Mrs. Roland actatostJbeaeficlally.
: Drugstore, daughter, Miss Annie, have gone
hole in the inside of your glove. Herbert Crook and wife have gone Marsh and died in the afternoon. Mr.
For the next thirty days we will sellour. to Philadelphia, 'where they will re- TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
We sell a shoe at $2 which we think to Seabreeze to spend a few weeks. Marsh arrived yesterday from Valdosta -
Sideboards Hall main until Miss
and Racks at re- Annie completes her
xcellent for ordinary purposes. We Ga. BUY THE GENUINE: MANFb.6Y
Mrs. Sara Harris, of Panasoffke-3, duced prices. Mclver & MacKay.The : musical education.L. .

have them in ladies' shoes, both high i iF visiting her nephew, F. E. Harris. The newly elected county treasurerand CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCO.SAN

and low, black and tan, and in gents' wolf in the fable put on sheep'sclothing J. Brumby, of the Florida Miningand .
:Messrs. Pasteur and
William Tucker receives daily fresh assessor, Ayer FRANCISCO. CAL.
)because if he traveled his
also. Calf vici kid lace on I
or or con Manufacturing Record Jackson-
bream and trout at the city market. will move to Ocala to reside when LOUISVILLE KY. NEW YORK. H."
gress. Give me a call at the old stand.G. own reputation he couldn't accomplish they enter their official duties. ville, the new monthly trade journal, For sale t/druggists price 50 f per bottle.
Borated Talcum Powder nicely 't his Counterfeiters of De- upon
; per purpose.
A. Nash.
been in the city for several days
fumed; 10 cents a box. Tydings & Witt'd Witch Hazel Salve couldn't sell We do not sell goods at cost, but
visiting his mother and sisters.
GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE Co. their worthless salves on their merits, we do sell goods as cheap or cheaper

Mrs. C. Bogie left yesterday for Mis so they put them in boxes and wrappers than those who advertise that they LEMONS AS MEDICINE Piano IunerPianos

Opportunity of a Lifetime to the Right sissippi, where she will remain indefi- I like DeWitt's. Look out for sell at cost. Try us and save money. .

Man nitely. them. Take only DeWitt's Witch Hazel Tydings & Co.
I They regulate the Liver, Stomach,
Salve. I; cures piles and all skin F. P. Gadson, who has been in New and Organs tuned
Go to the Montezuma regulatedand
The film of C. C. Rawls & Co., Monte Barbershop Bowels, Kidneys and Blood as prepared -
diseases. Anti lonopol} Drugstore, York for the past two weeks purchasing ,
brook, Levy county, Florida, are desirous for first class work. P C. Davis/pro- by Dr. H. Mozley, in his Lemon repaired in a first class manner,
Ocala, Fla.] his fall and winter goods, has returned -
of closing out their stock of prietor. Elixir; a pleasant lemon drink. It and all work guaranteed. Special

general merchandise, that all their Orangeade at the Anti-Monopoly Agents-"Po1itirnl Battle" by Mc- home. cures biliousness, constipation, indigestion rates by the year. Also make a specialty

time and attention be given to Kinley, Bryan and others. Official The choicest day board can be had
may Drugstore- Made from ripe Florida headache, appendicitis, malaria
book giving candidates and all issues. for the least at the Ladies' andGents' of repairing fine violins and gui
their orange groves in South Florida. oranges. money kidney diseases, fevers, chills,
Extraordinary tr-rms. Outfits free. Restaurant next ta McIver & tars. W. S. Pike,
will ,
They dispose of the will
good Soda water and fresh Jersey milk' heart; failure, nervous prostration, and

merchandise and building. There is and cream every day, at the Hole in National Publishing Company, Lakeside MacKay's. all other diseases caused by a torpidor P. 0. Box 631; Ocala, Fla.

not a better stand in the country. The the Wall. : BIdg., Chicago, 111. Fresh fish, both mullet and bottom diseased liver and kidneys. It is

business has been profitable and growing William Bonus has had a substantial fish, received every day, kept on ice an established fact that lemons, when i .
Miss Lena Bullock is spending a O AlA HOUSE BARBER SHOP
Block of general merchandise is fence placed around the lot which and delivered anywhere in the city by combined properly with other liver U
short vacation with the Ocala colony
clean and fresh and suited to the demands at Seabreeze. was purchased by him sometime ago, William Tucker. tonics, produce the most desirable results Solicits your patronage and guaran .

of the community. To the on the west side of his bakery. Don't buy your patent medicines be- upon the stomach, liver, bowels, tees the best work. Clean and attractive .

right man with fair cash capital this ThtreVitI be preaching at the Fifty cents will stop your having fore first calling on Garrett & Gerig. kidneys and blood. Sold. by druggists.50c. .
shop; :skillful workmen.Geo. .
Christian church tomorrow morningand
is an opportunity of a lifetime. No chills and fever. You ask, how? Because They are the people who are selling"patents" and $1 bottles. .
evening. F. Williams Proprietor.O. .
triflers need apply. }jt will buy one bottle of Gar- at cost. ,

Stock $3,500.;; It will be sold at a M 1'8. :Marcus Turuley and daughter. rett's Chill Tonic. Garrett & Gerig's
Miss Jessie Maughs, at the Ocala Rev. John P. Sanders WritesDr.
bargain for cash!: or part cash and Miss May have returned from a visit Drugstore.The .
House is for the French Line
agent H. Mozley Atlanta Ga. I have
good security.For to Lake Weir. :
quicker you stop a cough or : steamers. Parties contemplating go- been relieved of a trouble which
details, call on or address, C. Do not fail to see the CaliforniaPinks cold will a'T-
the less there beof
danger ing to Paris will do well to consult her. greatly endangered life, by using
C. pawls & Co. Montbrook my ;
Levy and Carnations at the AntiMonopoly fatal troubles. One MinuteCough
lung Claret ice at Garrett & Gerig's foun.tain Mozley's Lemon Elixir. My doctor
ounty, Drugstore. Cure is the only harmless reme- is cooling, these hot days; in fact declared my only relief to be the

Terkeeween Oil Liniment, the best that immediate results. You
dy gives the ices that they are putting acrossthe knife, my trouble being appendicitis.I Dyspepsia Cure

f MASTER'S SALE liniment on earth. sold and guaranteedby will like Anti-Monopoly DrugStore counter hit the thirsty spots. Re- have been permanetly cured and ,

is Tydings & Co.I Ocala, Fla. member the place.In am now a well man. I am a preacherof Digests what eat.
Notice hereby given that by virtue you
have a few more good milch cowswith Hustling young men can make $GO the M. E. Church South located in
of a final decree for the foreclose India, the land of famine, thousands It nrtl cially digests the food and aids

sure of a mortgage: where in C. C. young calves, for sale cheap. N. per month and cxpen es. Permanentposition. ( die because they cannot obtain the town of Verbena, Ala. My brother Nature In strengthening and reconstructing

Shooter is complainant and C. H. Mers y. Mayo, Ocala, Fla. Experience unnecessary. food. In America, the land of plenty, Rev. E. E. Cowen, recommended the exhausted digestive or

D. M, Boney, at the Hole in the Wall, Write quick for particulars. Clark many suffer and die because they the Lemon Elixir: to me. Ship me a'' gans. I t is the latest discovered digest-
and Annie E. Myers are the defendants I ant and tonic. No other preparationcan
\ dated July 21st, 1900, I will has a big trade on his famous 5 cent & Co., 4th and Locust streets, Philadelphia. cannot digest the food they eat. Ko- half dozen large bottles C. O. D. approach it in efficiency. It Instantly

cigar "Dixie Girl." Pa. what relieves and permanently cures
sell in front of the courthouse in dol Dyspepsia Cure digests youeat

Ocala, Marion county, Florida, eFresh mullet and bottom fish everyday The lack of energy you feel, the It instantly relieves and radicallycures Mozley's Lemon Elixir Dyspepsia Flatulence, Indigestion Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Nausea,,

tween the hours of sale on ice William Tucker's stall, backache and a run-down conditiongenerally all stomach troubles. AntiMonopoly and
legal on Cured me of a long standing case of : Sick HeaclaclieGastraIgiaCramM

Monday, September 3d, 1900, No. 8, city market. all mean kidney disorder. Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. chills and fever by using two bottles.J. i all ot lien results ot imperfect digestion.Price .

the The Seaboard Air Line train from Foley's Kidney Cure will restore yourstrength Henry Schoeftin has moved his storeI C. Stanley, 50candti. Large size cont'atns2itimes!
following described real estate in 6mallsue.BookaIlaljoutdy8peislamullearrePrepared
and vigor by making the kidneys -
satisfaction of said decree, to-wit: now arrives at 2:50: instead of I into the room formerly occupied by Engineer E. T. V. & G. R. R. by E. C. DeWIT'r' CO Chicago
well. Take substitute. AntiMonopoly
Ollie Mordis and in addition to his
Lot numbered one ((1)) of block numbered 11:50: as formerly. i : Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.Miss either business will sell fresh meat. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.

twenty ((20)) of the new SUl'yeysouth Baby Talcum Powder, borated and I Mozley's Lemon Elixir

of Ocala WaldoV.. Martin, perfumed, 10 cents a box at the AntiMonopoly :: Sara Harris and Miss TdlliaPyles V. B. Conklin, Bowerville, 0., says: Cured me of a case of heart disease l:.
who have been visiting at
"I received benefit from Foley'sKidney
Special Master. Drugstore. more and indigestion of four years' -
Jlrooksville.! have gone with a partyof Cure than from months of
Write Dr. C. J. Moffett, St. Louis, I tried a dozen different: medicines. -
young folks to Bay Port for a c" treatment by physicians." Take no
Mo., for his valuable little Teethina None but Lemon Elixir done
iog expedition. substitute. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore,
Wash-List Book, free.: me any good. Tules Diehl.
Thirty-six dozen bottles of Wintersmith's Ocala, Fla.
Corner Habersham and St. ThomasSts.
The Surprise Store has just re-
Chill and Fever Tonic just received -
qty.: rr Buy a $75 Franklin typewriter on
ceived a handsome case of warrantedjewelry ., Savannah, Ga.Mozley's .
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. easy payments. No better or more
in all lines.
Everybody uses Wintersmith'sTonic durable machine made. For particulars -
Our line of is complete, and Pleasant Lemon Elixir
purses for fevers. to take. and to see the machine in daily

YrYr 1 we invite your inspection at an earlydate. No cure, no pay. use call at this office. I fully indorse it for nervous prostration lII

dl' : Garrett & Gerig.L. I headache, indigestion and
:Vi-i Queen Anne Hair Tonic is the best New California Perfumes Just re

-f ,:4r M. Thayer and J. W. Paine have preparation for cleaning the scalp and ceived. Palo Alto Pink, just the rage, constipation, having used it with

joined forces in Havana and are doinga promoting the growth of the hair. at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore most satisfactory results after all

hustling land business. Now is the time for dandruff. This other remedies had failed.
You will never find any other pillsso gjLIPPMAN
H. M. Connell has sold his Valdosta, tonic will keep the scalp clean and J. W. Rollo.
prompt and so pleasant as DeWitt'sLittle :
Ga., laundry and moved to Lake City healthy. Tydings & Co. Early Risers.-Antl- Ionopoly West End, Atlanta, GTRUSTEE'S BROS.. Proprle'ors,

G-(4 errr I and opened another laundry. Rev. W. H. Coleman has purchasedvolume Drug Store, Ocala, Fla.unnally's .. OfUQgUts. Lfppman'S Block. SAVANNAH-.

Robert Hyman has rented the Gaff- a ;;?- work, entitled Pulpit SALE Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
THE BEST SERVICEAnd : : ?\ candies, always fresh,
r.ey residence on Fort King avpnua Commentaries, compiled) by three hundred .
the finest food in the city is to be :-.nd will occupy it next week.J. of the best writers on theology, and only CO cents per pound, at Garrett Notice is hereby given that on

had at the & Gerig's Drugstore.It Monday, August 20, at 10 o'clock, L. ALEXANDEEPractical
W. Harvey has moved to Ocalafrom which will be a great help to him in
will surprise you to experiencethe I will sell in the city of Ocala, Fla.,
RAILROAD RESTAURANT Cordeal and has rented the Mrs. his pastoral duties.PREVENTED.
benefit obtained by using the at public auction, the book accountsdue
Kvory seasonable dainty is on the Burt cottage in the first ward.
dainty and famous little pills knownas the estate of C. G. Leitner, bankrupt x
bill of fare. The Roasts, Steaks, Chopsand Lime Juice and the A TRAGEDY CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Pepsin, new DeWitfs Little Early Risers.-AntiMonopoly amounting to twenty-one hundred Y

otherdishe s are of fine flavor and drink, at Garrett & Gerig's fountain.It Timely information given Mrs.eorge Drug Store, Ocala, Fla. and twenty-five dollars and nine- made all
Careful estimates on con
satisfying substance. Nowhere else' is palatable, and aids digestion.Tampa ; Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio,
Extract oflalt gives strength.Sold ty-one cents ($2125.91), a list of whichcan tract work. Gives more and better
dine well for
can :you so dreadful andter'
prevented a tragedy
P. P. P. Pleasant Purgative Pellets be seen at office.
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Ten > my work for the money than any other
Fifty Cents contain no calomel.) Nothing saved two llves A frightful cough cents a bottle. This August 6, 1900/ G. S. Scott, in town.

Price, \'j cents. Tydings & Co. had long kept her awake every night. Trustee.OPEN man .

Chinese are dangerous enemies, for She hail tried! many remedies and doctors .

they are treacherous. That's why all Rev. E. M. C. Dunklin, of Candler, but steadily grew worse until TO LEASE ALL NIGHT L WALTER DUKES '

passed through town today on his way Turpentine, tie and lumber, privilegeon
counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch HazelSalve urged to try Dr. King's New Discov

are dangerous. They look like to Fort White to conduct a meeting. ery. One bottle wholly cured her, and 1346 acres near Juliette. We have a night phone, number 73, The Broadway Tailor
j J. R. Moorhead 1.
Dt>\Vitt's but instead of the allhealingwitch Fire-clay cooking vessels, with as- she writes this marvelous medicinealso j I and render willing service at any hourof
hazel they all contain ingredients )bestos-covered bottoms, the fine'tthing cured Mr. Long of a severe attackof ; the night. Ask your physician to .

liable to irritate the skin and made. At the Surprise Store. I Pneumonia. Such cures are positive NOTICE call us. Garrett & Gerig From $12.50 Up ,

cause blood poisoning. For piles injuries I proof of the matchless merit of Postofflce Drug Store.
Postmaster H. C. Groves returned x
and skin diseases use the original this grand remedy for curing all Is hereby given that I will be in Ocala: $3 Pants a Specialty
yesterday from New York, where he I'
and genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel throat, chest and lung troubles. Only September 1st to return to owners any FOR WHOOPING COUGH
has been for the past two weeks on Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing
Salve. Anti-Monopoly:: Drugstore, business. .";0 cents: and Rl. Every bottle guarantee repair work that may be in the shop Done

Ocala, Fla. -1. Trial bottle 10 cents at Garrett of ray late brother, W. J. Hunter, lock- "Both my children were taken with
The greatest skin specialist in America & fSerig's!; Ocala and all other smith. George Hunter, whooping cough," writes .Mrs. 0. E. Corner Broadway< / an1] Orangi Streets 3

See: the new shirt waist sets at Dur originated the formula for Banner drugstores.CAISTOR.IA.. Custodian, Orange Springs. Dutton, of Danville, 111. "A small bottle -

nett's. Salve. For all skin diseases, all cuts : of Foley's Honey and Tar gave P. 0. Address, Box 134Foley's

or sores, and for piles, it's the most A1il2 Kind Yea Hare AfoayS: Boiifjit; Just received, the prettiest line 5 of such relief that I used a 50-cent bottle,
Bears tie !:
BASE R SALVE., -, healing medicine. Antl-Monopoly: I Biesature 11 #- oak leather-seat Rockers in town i at which saved me a doctor's bill." AntiMonopoly Kidney Cure

the most hcaiing salvo in the world- I Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. I V Pf t ( Mclver & MacKay's. Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. makes kidneys and bk&er right*

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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONOcala the term of school is only five months,

THESTAROnly which will include three holidays for IS A PITY SO FEW WOMEN MASTER'S SALE .

Fla., Aug. 6, 1900. schools opening In September and; Notice Is hereby given that under a

Daily Paper in Ocala The Board of Public Instruction in four for those opening in October, and final decree on foreclosure of mortgage -

and for Marion county, Fla., met this the pay for the holidays, if allowed, Are Entirely Free From Pelvic Catarrh.Miss wherein W. S. Bullock is complainant -

BITTINGER AND COMPANY day in regular session with the following will amount to $SOO, therefore the and W. A. Sutherland and

members present: B. A. board will pay for no holidays during Miss Anna Carsten. found
t and Publishers Clayton, Ill.,says: I Pe-ru-naan indJ? nsibleremedy. Inez i L. Sutherland are defendants,
Weathers, chairman, M. S. Moser and this term of school and one hundred "Your Pe-ru-na did my so much good.1 It meets all their irregularities,critical dated 23d day of July, A. D. 1900 I i

B. I. Hull days must be actually taught. That ._ I believe I should periods, :and peculiar weaknesses. I will sell at public auction in front of
f '
C. L. BITTINGER, Minutes of last meeting were read Thanksgiving, Christmas and New ,_: ". have been dead by JIt' Anne Randall, Caro, Mich.,says: i
=- the court house door In Ocala Marion .
Editor and Business Manager. rY this time had I not "This letter leave well I do ,
.. and approved.By Year's must be given, but not paid for. 'I -me sincerely '
used it. I am feeling think, by reason of yonr good advice and county, Florida, on t
petition of patrons for and That no teacher will be allowed to
r R. R. CARROLL, City Editor. \t so well now. great medicine,Pe-ru-na. It has brought Monday, September 3, 1900,.. ...
against teachers and after giving all teach on Saturday to make up a holiday -
I 1 i# I have not taken back my health to me in my older day?.
i between the legal hours of sale the
communications careful the or lost time.
r any medicine for I am now anew woman,physically. I
A POTTERY PLANT board made the following changes: The trustees of the Ocala school district four or five think Pe-ru-na the best medicine in the following described property; _.

Miss Belle Milligan, moved from presented a claim against the s. T : months. I can market." Beginning at the northeast cornerof

Northern capitalists propose to start Water Oak to Indian Lake; Miss Cora County Board of Public Instruction of '1 cheerfully recommend 'Women are even more subject to catarrh the southeast quarter of section

a pottery and soap making plant at Beal, from Indian Lake to Dinner $t21.12 for lands redeemed in the city .. b ;., /J", Pe-ru-na to than men. The,chief cause is the five (5)), township 14 south, range 22

7r f! Jacksonville, to cost 35000. The fac- Pond; Mr. Joshua Geiger was given of Ocala since 1895, of which all re- :-'' ;it" ./ my friendsDlrs.lienryhllie,"'' delicacy of her organism, as comparedto east, thence running west nine chains -
man. This explains why in part at
and nine links thence north
tory will be located on the St. Johns the Water Oak school; Miss LouiseV. demption money was placed to the twenty
Anna Carsten, 502 Scott street least few
so women are entirely free
,, river, near the yards of the Atlantic, Hane, appointed to Cotton Plant, credit of the county school board Clu>toi. Hi. Iil wadet'is.., from catarrh. Catarrh of the pelvic organs chains, thence west four chains and

Valdosta & Western railroad. No better and Mrs. M. A. Ross to Hurricane when it should have been divided. says: "I was a most miserable sufferer is generally called female disease. fifty-five links, thence north five

I material can be found for pottery Pond; Mr. Elbert Stevens, moved from The bill was referred to the superin- from falling! of the womb,weak ovaries, Miss Sadie Martinet, the prominent chains, thence west six chains and

j purposes than the kaolin of Florida. Marshville to Key Pond; Mr. Henry: tendent for investigation and approval and leucorrhoea, which caused me to be young actress, writes to Dr.Hartman in thirty-six links, thence south five

I Van Hoesen, from Key Pond to Marsh- and payment deferred until after the confined to my bed for a long time, regard to Pe- chains, thence west twenty chains,

i ADVERTISE OCALATo YUle; Miss Jennie Payne, from Oco- I. secretary's report. being too weak to bear my own weighteven ru-na, ad fol -, thence south twenty-two chains and

nee to Summerfield; Miss Daisy llilli- The board took up the business of upon my fert. I was treated by 10ws"Itgives. fifty links, thence west seven chains

making to meet the the most reputable! physicians in our me greatplea- and fifty links, thence south twenty-
Oconee.Mr. arrangements
give all possible publicity to gan, from Summerfield to city. They could do nothing for me. I L
sure to recommend _
Ocala for the seat of the state capi- Hadsock, of Romeo, appeared' school expenses for the coming tmu am most happy to say that in three I Pe-ru- two chains and fifty links, thence.east

tol, this office, if desired, will print on and asked that their teacher be of school. Messrs. Monroe & Cham- months after I began taking Pe-ru-na I uatomemtiersof + t thirty chains, thence north twelve

the backs of your envelopes, in red changed. The request was refused.A bliss and the Commercial Bank were was well-entirely cured without any my profess h chains and fifty links, thence east seventeen

ink, the "compass and wheel" and accompanying letter from Mr. J. I. Whittington, both asked to submit bids as to what appliances or support of any kind." }on. I have chains and fifty links, thence

y e, advertising matter, make supervisor of Shiler school, stated terms they could let the board have G. A. Proehl, New Portage, writes: found it most ; north twelve chains and fifty links to

ing no extra charge for this work. that the patrons had had a mating money. Munroe & Chambliss submit- "My wife has been sick for about live helpful. I consider point of beginning, containing one

: Send us your work and help the good and a majority had voted for Mr. Lu- ted the following: "To the Marion years. In the first place the doctor Pe-ru-na hundred and fifty acres after except-
called: it It.'n': :aand treated it about of especial ing five
a chains
strip wide from
cause. We have in stock any grade, cius Farmer for teacher, but there County School Board-In reply to
I. one year, when it turned to ulceration of benefit to women and particularly recommend south side of the southwest
cotton or linen, and any size or colorof vas considerable dissatisfaction and your inquiry we will say that we are quarterof
the womb she then treated for that
; : was it to them. My dressing tableis
desired he the board should p.'l prepared to furnish board with the northeast quarter of said section -
envelope thought your
: s a I for two years, when the doctor gave her never without It."
more setting teacher. It was ordered ,I what funds you may need for the ensuing up. She could not walk for nearly two Everywhere the people,especially the five ((5)) which was heretoforesold

THE HEAVIEST CONSUMERThis hat the appointment of Miss Ellen i year, that is, from October 1, years. She then tried your Peruna.She women,are praising Pe-rn-na as a rem said exception containing ten

Blodgett as made a month ago, stand. I 1900, to October 1, 1901, at he rate of has taken three bottles and it did edy for all forms of catarrhal difficul acres. Raymond B. Bullock, e;
firm Is the heaviest
consumerof Election returns for the Dunnellonand 6 per cent per annum. We will accept her wore good than any other medicine." ties. Send for free catarrh book. Address Special Master.
gas on the list of the patrons of the \ vast nuitiit 'ae of have Dr.
individual and women ;; Harfm.-n f'olnmhnRO.GLiABSNO .
\ Pantsville special tax school dis- and pay warrants
,gas company. Our gas engine is run
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tricts were canvassed. Both places I charge interest on each from day of -
all day and most of the time half of
receiving all the votes cast in favorof I l I register." The following was sub-
the night to supply for the
presses and the linotype. Nearly special tax school districts, it was mitted by the Commercial Bank: MID-SUMMER SALE! 'I Notice is hereby given that by vir
declared that each of the places shall "We will pay all warrants as they are tue of a final decree for the foreclosure -'
30,000 cubic feet of gas was used in
be a special tax school district, to be presented at our counter, keep a cor- of a mortgage wherein William
known respectively as Dunnellon special rect register of the date of payment, To Close Out My Stock of Young is complainant and Edward Sa-

It Is very evident that the keen, observing tax school district No. 4 and and carry them till such time or timps bie and Rosa Sable are the defendants

business eye of Jake Brown is ,Fantsville special tax school district as the treasurer may have funds to dated July 21st, 1900, I will sell

again on his well selected stock of No. 5 respectively. The following redeem them and charge you interest Dress GoodsAND in front of the court house In Ocala, > f

goods. No sooner has the depressingand persons were declared elected trus- :straight from the date of payment by Marion county, Florida, between the -

debilitating hand of fever lifted tees to serve the next two ensuing us till paid, at the rate of 8 per cuiit. legal hours of. sale on

its prostrating weight from his form years: For Dunnellon, R. H. Sanders, per annum, we agreeing that at all Monday, September 3d, 1900, ,

than he presents the printer with G. P. Bridges and C. H. Hollings- time.we may be notified by the treas- ALL SUMMER\ FABRICS.t the following described real estate in'- .

worth for Fantsville C. C. Rawls J. urer that he has funds on hand, that
"fresh copy. It is in evidence in the ; satisfaction of said decree, to-wit:

Star of this date. When it comes to B. George and J. P. Nixon. It was we will surrender to him the amountof Shirt Waists, Summer Corsets, Ladies' and Gents' Sum- Lots numbered one ((1) and four ((4) .

talking and recommending( grocers, also declared that a majority of the warrants he may be prepared to redeem mer Under Clothing. of block numbered three ((3) of range

Jake Brown has no equal in Marion votes cast at Dunnellon were for a I and cancel the same on our register one of Goss's addition to the city of

county and his stock comports with two-mill levy for special tax district so interest shall cease." Ocala, being a part of the southeast

his talk, which is always worth 100 I purposes and at Fantsville for a mill I, As both propositions were on the NOTIONS STRAW HATS; quarter of the southwest quarter of

cents on the dollar and that on a bedrock levy. The bond for the Fantsville j I same terms except that Munroe & section seven, township fifteen south,

basis. Consumers, take a look trustees was fixed at $400 and for the I I Chambliss' offer was at 6 per cent E-rc. range twenty-two east.

at it. Dunnellon trustees at $500. The superintendent I while the Commercial Bank's was 8 Waldo W. Martin,_ .

was instructed to have per cent, the former proposition was Special Master,..iADMINISTRATOR'S _.
The Florida political campaign be- I.will sell all goods in these lines at COST. -w. ': .
bonds and all necessary papers pro- accepted and the chairman and super- .<
gins August 23 at Jacksonville. The > '"" :.
perly arranged, made out and exe- intendent were authorized to draw up '.
state democratic executive committeehas Come in and Secure SALE '. .
a Bargain.
cuted. the proper agreement with Munroe &
named some of the orators, who --
Both the Romeo and Dinner Pond Chambliss.The .
are the Palmers of Tampa and Orlando Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
schools were allowed to run; also the board confirmed the recommendations -
Parkhill of Pensacola, Dr. Butlerof }I. FISHEL. administrator will sell on
Leroy and Homeland schools of the trustees for all of the
Leesburg, Hon. J. T. Wills of Monday, September 3d, A. D. 1900,
Messrs. Douglas and Proctor, patrons teachers of Howard Academy, as follows -
Starke, Congressman R. W. Davis of in front of the court house door for
of the Oconee : Principal, B. F. Hartwell as-
school, appearedand ;
Palatka and Hon. W. S. Jennings, with I Marion county, Florida, In the city of
asked that the location of their sistants, C. H. Stewart, Miss Mary Mc-
Ocala, for cash, between the legal
others later Ocala i is put down for
on. :
: school house be changed, stating that Clellan, Mrs. Ida Richardson, Mrs. A.
October 8 for big rally. PETER INGRAM hours of sale, those two certain Judgments
a they could locate it more in the cen- A. Jones, Mrs. H. Chandler, Miss recovered by Wilson H. Couch
The Star is delighted to hear that Arnica E. Murray and Miss Rose
ter of the neighborhood and make a
against E. W. Agnew, In the circuit
the yellow fever scare at Tampa is Welters. L.I
much better average. The request Merchant Ta.i1orIIcrClfint's court of Marion county, Florida, bear .
over. It was not yellow jack at all. Treasurer's report was L
was granted, provided that expenses ing date, one of said judgments October -
The fifteen days' limitation is reached found correct and follows -
of the change be met by the approved as
30th, 1895, in the sum of six thous-
and we breathe easier.
patrons. : and, eight hundred and seventy-seven
The good people of Griner Farm section The McIntosh trustees appeared be- Balance from last report. .$ 576 06 \ ] Bank Building. dollars, with the further sum of twen-

enjoyed a picnic yesterday and fore the board and stated that they Rec'd from state treasurer ty dollars and sixty-nine cents costs,

Buford Leitner was largely in evi- wanted their school to run eight tax sales . . CO 04 I have received a large and nobby assortment of Trous said judgment being recorded In judo

dence. months, but were afraid the subdis- Rec'd from McIntosh school ment book "B," 173, and the otherof
erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at pricesto page
trict would not have sufficient funds trustees . . . 90 00 the said judgments bearing date November ..

STORY OF A SLAVETo and asked the county board to con- Rec'd from E. P. Thagard, suit all tanes. 6th, 1895, in the sum of seven I

tract for eight months and if the funds I county levy of 1899 . 1 744 00 I have added to my Tailoring Department a line of thousand, four hundred and twenty

be bound hand and foot for years should fall short, the trustees would i Rec'd from E. P. Thagard, dollars and eighty cents, and three

by the chains of disease is the worst reimburse the county from their levy I I polls of 1899!) . . 714 00 Gents Furnishings SCARFS and TIES will dollars and forty-one cents costs, said /

form of slavery. Geo. Williams, of of 1900. After making the calcula- Rec'd from E. P. Thagard, be a specialty, up-to-date styles. Gold Studs warranted for judgment being recorded in judgmentbook

Manchester, Mich., tells how such a tions, the county board found that it I polls of 1898 . . 230 00 Collar Buttons and Sleeve Links. I a "B," page 175, together with the
years carry
slave was made free. lie says: "My would probably have to advance $140if ,
execution issued thereon, with all the
wife has been so helpless for five ;years, eight months were contracted for, I Total receipts . . .$3 414 10 I good stock of Umbrellas at low prices rights incident to the said judgment.

that she could not turn over in bed and on motion the superintendent was Disbursed during the month. 1 971 00 Sidney J. Bowie,

alone. After using two bottles of instructed l to contract with the Mc- Balance in treasury . . 1 443 10 Admr. de bonis non of the estate of

Electric Bitters, she is wonderfully improved Intosh teachers for only seven months, Reports and accounts amounting to Wilson H. Couch, deceased.COMMISSIONERS' .

and able to do her own work." I according to law, the McIntosh specialtax $469.19 were examined, found correct All Patrons

This supreme remedy for female diS-1 school district to pay for two and ordered paid by warrants on tie our

eases quickly cures, months. county treasurer. W. D. Cam, SALE

sleeplessness, melancholy, headache, I Bethlehem asked for an assistant Secretary. Are Delighted
Under and by virtue of an order
backache, fainting and dizzy spells.
teacher. The same was refused.Mr. dated August 1, A. D. 1900, made by

This miracle-working medicine is a D. E. Stroble's daughter was BISMARCK'S IRON NERVE the Hon. Robert Bullock, County

God-send to weak, sickly run-down granted a permit to attend the Charter With the rich flavor, tenderness, succulence and general Judge of Marion county, Fla., In the

peopL. Every bottle guaranteed. Only Oak school. Was the result of his splendid health. high grade excellence of my prime meats, and all my I matter of the petition of the admin
% Indomitable will and tremendous en- istrator of the estate of Eliza W.
50 cents. Sold by Garrett & Gerig, .
Mrs. Reeves was granted permitsto are not found where Stomach, customers are connoisseurs in steaks, chops and rO 1.sts. Uhler, deceased, to sell the real estate
Ocala, and all other druggists. ergy
send her children to the Central of the said estate, I, the undersigned
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of .
in the
school. It is Gratifying commissioner duly appointed
Wanted-One young man from Marion A letter from Mr. R. E. McMaham, order. If you want these qualities and order aforesaid to make sale of the

county, Fla., to prepare for the of Chandler, was read, protesting the success they bring, use Dr. King's To know that my efforts to cater to the tables of the said real estate, will on
Monday, September 3, A. D. 1900,
coming railway mail service examina against Miss Blanche Hull I New Life Pills. They develop every critical is successful and I judge of f
teaching as am an expert between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2
tion. We furnish everything includ- Chandler school. Miss Hull was sustained power of brain and body. Only 25 meats I will serve the best in the land at the most p. m., In front of the south door of the
cents at all druggists.FOR house in the of Marion
ing books and maps. Address, enclosing and appointed to the school. court county ,
reasonable prices. Ocala Florida offer and for
stamp, Interstate Correspondence at expose
:: The taxpayers of Reddick and Fair- sale to the highest and best bidder

Institute, Cedar Rapids, Ia. field presented:: a petition asking for SALE CHEAP T. W. DAVIS CITY MARKET for cash the undivided half interest of

THE DREAD of people with weak an election to create a special tax One double seated oi.e n< rse baggy, the said Eliza W. Uhler In the follow-
ing described land in Marion county
school district The nearly new. One No. 4 Freeman feed
lungs who suffer with stubborn coughsis same was ordered to-wit Northeast
state aforesaid, ; :
consumption. Foley's Honey and published for four weeks. cutter. Cheap for cash. J. B. Sutton.CASTORIA. quarter of the northeast quarter and

Tar, If taken in time, cures the cold, Petition of co'.ored' patrons of Orange the north half of the southeast quarter

heals the lungs, and always cures incipient i Lake asking that M. L. Fisherbe The Bailey-lebby Company northeast of section 22 quarter, and the and west the half northwest of the ,

CONSUMPTION. AntiMonopoly appointed supervisor, was referred I quarter of the southeast quarter, and

Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. back, and another meeting called for For Infants and Children. ,the southwest quarter of the south-

The best meal in the city for the August 17th to elect a supervisor.It CHARLESTON, s. c.Machinery west quarter of section 23, and the
The Kind You Have Always Bought southeast quarter {)f the northeast
be had at the Ladies' and
money may was ordered that no school be al- quarter, and the southeast quarter of

Gents' Restaurant, next to Mclver & lowed to open before the second Monday Bears theSignature A & SuppliesIron the southwest quarter of section 24,

MacKay. I in September and that all schools of #p-r-, all township 17 Glover south,W.of range Miller,25

Millions will be spent in politics this j must commence by the first Monday Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks, Commissioner.

year. We can't keep the campaign j in October; that schools be allowed Wheelbarrows and Link Belting.

going without money any more than i: to begin any time in September, after GRAPHOPHONESFor NOTICE TO CREDITORS

we cankeep the body vigorous without the second Monday, that is most con- .nnces Qaotea on All Kinds of Machinery or Other Supplies All having claims i or demands

food. Dyspeptics used to starve them- j venient to patrons and the supervisors $5, 7.50, $10 and $25.:! persons against the estate of Eliza W.
Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up machinery :>fall
selves. Now Kodol Dyspepsia Cure are requested to notify their teachers Columbia Grand, $50. Uhler, deceased, are hereby requiredto
for kind of machinery engines or boilers, by a
kinds, or repairing any ,
'Ito Ocala Music Co. the to before -
present same me on or
di :rests what you eat and allows you and the county superintendent at
competent machinist, who will be supplied on short notice. the 10th day of February, A. D.
eat all the good food you want. It once when the patrons desire school .
G. Wake Wells Agent Ocala Fla. 1901. This, August 1, 1900.
radically cures stomach troubles. AnI I to open. Wall paper and papering. R. A. R. Bullock

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Royal l Milk, Royal Toast, Cream Lunch Thin, Toronto Milk Biscuits, Baby lIon. William II. :Milton died suddenly REDUCTIONSAnd

Lunch Biscuit, Butter Gem, Banquet Wafers and Vanilla Wafers I at Marianna. Fla., on Monday night,
'J August Ij. William II. Milton, the son
of Governor John Milton was born in
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED VEGETABLESAs Jefferson county, Ga.. on December 4, :'

1820. lIe removed to Jackson ,
Good as Can be Put Up and as Near the Fresh Article as Can be Had county i1 Meats Fish and Cedar Key Oysters
,, Fla., in 184 Mrs. W. Y. Atkinson, wife of the p Received t:.very Day.

a TPPTPROCEX late governor of Georgia. William H.

Milton graduated at the University of Clearance Sale Continues.A Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other

Georgia. Farming and the practice of Vegetables In Season >
OUR FINE CANDIES law engaged him until the beginningof Few Are Left
MEANS PLEASURE AND GRATIFI- the civil war. He enlisted as a private -
Ocala Building and Loan Association And the Cost Price Gets Them.
CATION TO THOSE WHO ARE RE- in a company organized in Florida -
held their monthly sales on the stabU5be Jan.17. 1WO7
In 18GI he
GALED WITH THE CHOICE FLA- was appointed adju- J.M.NEELY
Cth and disposed: of $1,000 at a premium tant general of Florida. He resignedand
raised a company of cavalry. He
reliable building and loan organization CONSISTENCY OF OUR
I was made captain in 1862.:? He served
is going forward in the prosecution CHOCOLATES, BONBONS, CREAMS Bankers
through the war and in 18C3 was raisedto
of its mission wituout blare of I
any AND CARAMELS. the rank of major. He took a prominent -
trumpets but continues firm
T. W. TROXLER. part in politics after the war. Miss Effie Burnett, of Winchester,
foundations for homes.IT .
In 1SS1 he accepted the office of state's I Ky., who with her parents formerly Receive Deposits Have Money to Loan

THE LEAGUE SOCIAL attorney under Governor Hloxham and I visiti" Ocala in winter was married TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS **
through successive reappointments : on the 8th inst. to Mr. William Allen Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Large Ones
held the office until 1SD7. His health Northcutt. of that city.
hold of
League one Support Your Home Bank.MRS.LT.TOMPKINS.
A. Danforth, of LafSransc: Ga.,
their pleasant social sessions at the failing, lie resigned the position in
su.Teied intensely for six months with'
1898 and retired from active TO CLEANSE THE SYSTEM
residence of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Davis participation
a irifehtful ninn'ms sore on his leg,
Thursday evening. The social was in the politics of the state. William Effectually yet gently, when costiveor
but writes that liucklen's Arnica
well attended and was a moat enjoyable -I H. Milton was the son of John' bilious, to permanently overcome
Salve wholly cured it in ten days.. For
Milton the war governor of Florida.Ihis' j[habitual constipation, to awaken the
one. I II
Ulcers, Wounds, Burns, Iloila. Pain or Has Just Received and Opened -
I ancestry: dates back through along Kidneys and liver to healthy activity,
I .
Piles, it's the best salve in the world. !
; DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRIC BELT line of men who were famous in !without irritating or weakening them THE FINEST LINE O.FFrenoh
Cure guaranteed. Only 25 cents. '
war and renowned in peace, and is di- to dispel) headaches, colds or fevers, ,
Sold by Gairett & Gerig, Ocala, and
Dr. J. Newton Hathaway has per. rectly traceable to John Milton, the use Syrup of Figs, made by the California HatsI
all other druggists.
fected an electric belt which he is pre- JlO Jacksonville Metropolis. Fig Syrup Co. Pattern
pared to furnish to all patients who
need it, at a nominal charge. Writeto SHOW CASES WANTED FINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE

J. Newton Hathaway, M. D., 25 Dry- EVER BROUGHT TO OOALA
Can be purchased at same price, and I
;an street, Savannah. Ga. Wanted second hand show cases. Your choice of either one of my two
terms, paid for many makes not as'' Will pay cash for same. Apply at this houses. Modern improvements.Terms My stock of goods for Easter and the summer is the finest and

good. office. to suit. Ch. Peyser. most complete in the city. An invitation to visit my store and -
Patronize your home merchants. =--- view the most exquisite French designs in art is extended to the

Ocala Music Co. NEW HOME MACHINESJ. ladies of Ocala and Marion county. ,

FOR SALE OR RENT A. Pittman & Co. are sole agentsfor Yours for elegance and style in millinery,
standard make of typewriter, for
Marion county for the famous light
Desirable residences and cottages indifferent sale at a big discount. Good as new. MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS
running New Home Sewing Machine.
parts of the city, almost any Apply at this office.

size or style desired, for rent, and will EMILLINERY STORE
sell on most advantageous terms. FOR SALE ..1

Have you property to rent, or do you Have you seen those beautiful iron, For sale cheap, a square piano, in
desire to rent ? In either brass-trimmed beds at J. A. Pittman
property good condition. Apply at this office. .

building.A case apply. to S. D. Moody in city y s & Co.'s? FOR RENTA CRESCENT BICYCLE NEW AND SECOND '

BEAUTIFUL MACHINE five room cottage in the first Columbia and Hartfords, and a full

A REAL TREATis ward, partially furnished, $3.50;; per!.i line of lamps, bells and sundries of
The Eldredge month to yearly tenant. Apply at thisOtI''e. every description. All makes of bicycles HAND
assured those who purchase our !
i repaired. Ocala Music Co.
Wo have them. Price and terms ICE CREAM

the lowest Ocala to be attained:Music Company.anywhere.The The most subtle skill has trans- PIANO FOR RENTA HAIR AND SCALP TREATMENTMrs. bought out the interest of Peter McIntyre, .

formed ingredients of the greatest purity first class upright piano for rent we are hustling for trade and are offering great -induce
to responsible at this
FATALITY FOLLOWS FAILUREto into cream of the most exquisite oflice. party. Apply Anna M. Brown treats, successfully ments in our immense line of

flavor. Our delicious confections are all diseases of the scalp; arrests -

use Foley's Kidney Cure in time. If I not excelled by any made in the city falling hair, and restores hair, SECOND HAND FURNITUREand
taken in earlier stages of Bright's disease
and by very few made elsewhere.We prematurely gray, to its natural color.
and diabetes: it is certain cure. still make cream in any quantity Wanted, a house with seven or eight ; Distance no objection. All letters

You have noticed the ]high death rate desired. rooms, nicely! located and near the I I promptly) answered. Hair shampooedfor House Furnishings.We .

from these diseases} and it is not wiseto I Peach cream every day hereafter, square; willing to pay good rent. Ad- I 2;i) cents. Call at 198, North Or- cash for them and
right paying
are buying goods ..
ignore early symptoms when a medicine from luscious, fresh peaches. dress, Box ;517; city. ange street, or address to Box 830:; ,
like Foley's Kidney Cure can be giving our customers the advantage of it. We have lots
Ocala, Fla.A
-Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, BEST WAY'TO. CURE BACKACHE of useful bargains in Second Hand goods. We can Show

Fla. Mothers endorse it, children like it. Backaches are caused by disorderin HISTORY OF FOUR YEARSA you eye openers in New and Handsome Goods,

to.A..S'.1'.0 n::A. old folks use it.Va refer to One the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure file of the American Monthly Re- Yours for Business,

Bears the _/ The Kind You Hate\ hItials: Bought Minute Cough Cure. It will quicklycure will make the kidneys right. Take no .' view of Reviews, from August, 1896,

Signature .tl.ll.l-- all throat and lung troubles. substitute Anti-Monopoly) Drugstore, to date. For sale cheap. Apply at J. A. Pittman & Co
of (.{.;* 7X Anti-Monopoly Ding Store. Ocala, Fla I r Ocala] }'Ja, :lthls. office. ,

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"rill move into the] room formerly occupied by the] Surprise Store (Opera House Block) and in order to keep from- moving over

the goods will sell our up-to-date stock] of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings at and .




It will only mean money into your pocket by pa) ing us a visit while] the sale continues. Our goods have

GOT Ie C3C, MUST C30 AND N/N/I IL-L.! .. GC,

that is i if


Will have anything at all to do with it. You will find the work of a dollar at our store something wonderful, for we ]have droppedthe

prices Dorn, Down Down. It will pay you to look over our assortment, it will give your eyes a feast and your thoughts

food for satisfaction. ; and will show you an easy way to procurejuist what yon want and need for a trifling outlay. If you

'. don't need the goods right now, it will pay you to Jay in a supply for next season. Never again will a money saving clance1ilic

this present itself. Stores don't move every day. SAYE MONEY: 'HEYO IT CAN. .


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