The Ocala evening star

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


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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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OCALA OCCURRENCES Weather Forecast for Central Florida HOSPITAL WORK


EDWARDS (Courtesy of Postmaster Groves.) The following ladies met at the hos-
Christmas presents at the Green, pitable home of Mrs. William Sinclair t; ar

house. I I! Jacksonville Dec. 13.-Rain tonight yesterday afternoon, namely, Mesdames -

I and Friday, except fair extreme south I A. E. Delouest, D. E. McIver,
AT THE CITY MARKET J. M. Bell, of Cotton Plant, was in portion; warmer tonight extreme Benton, Scott, C. Rheinauer L. Otten- 7u

town today. north portion. Moore. sosser, Sage, Redding. McConnell Bit-

tinger Miss Eagleton and Miss .
Dame is prepared to serve oystersin Trant-
Wholesale & Retail ButchersWESTERN any style.If CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED ham, to discuss hospital matters and t
I devise means to assist the present in-
with Local Applications, as they can-
you want the best oysters In town stitution and methods to increase its
I not reach the seat of the disease. Ca
to Dame's. usefulness by securing a lot from the
MEATS, FISH AND CEDAR KEY OYSTERS RECEIVED go tarrh is a blood or constitutional dis- and
county get subscriptions and put
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EVERY DAY The McCarthy Store has some nice ease, and in order to cure it you must up a building in every particular

new Irish potatoes. take internal remedies. Hall's Ca- adapted to the particular uses of suchan
I tarrh Cure is taken internally, and edifice.At .

Fresh Cedar Key oysters In alii acts directly on the blood and mucous this
CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCelery meeting it was decided to
styles at Dame's.Handsome surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is nota
give New Year's
a eve hospital benefit .
quack medicine. It was prescribed to take the form of a charity ball, i
and All Other Vegetables in Season Pot and Tub Plants by lone of the best physicians in this which will constitute
a dance and a
the Greenhouse.
cheap country for years, and is a reuglar
supper. Tickets are to be one dollar
FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108 prescription. It is composed of the
J. D. Robertson returned yesterdayfrom for those who dance and eat, while
combined with the
best tonics known
a trip to South Florida. for those who look on and eat, the
best blood purifiers, acting directlyon
-" -- -- price will be 50 cents.

ESTABLISHED JAN. 17, 1897 The place to buy patent medicinesat the mucous surfaces. The perfect Most of the ladies! present expresseda

cost is at Garrett & Gerig's. combination of the two ingredients is willingness to contribute towardsthe
what such wonderful resultsin
produces table and suitable .committeeswere
Parks' unmatchable dry roast coffee, curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
appointed see that all

MUNROE AND CHAMBLISS the best by test, at H. B. Masters'. free. F. J. Cheney & Co., necessary for the occasion arrangements were r

Props., Toledo, 0.
carried out and will appear Jn print in SmutrfiGS
County Treasurer A. R. Griffin was Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Bankers good season.
in the city yesterday from Anthony. Hall's Family Pills are the be?t.
Miss Trantham has been an active

Borated Talcum Powder; nicely per- worker in the hospital cause and se-
i fumed; 10 cents a box. Tydings & Co. LIME cured more aid for its maintenancethan ActsPIeasantfy and/} m !.

any one present and was com
RECEIVE DEPOSITS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN For rent-A four room cottage in mended for her deeds.
, Mr. Webb, of the Kendrick Lime good Cleanses the
sirable: location. Apply at this de-I Works, was in town yesterday and toa This matter is now before> the public System

TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS question how the demand for lime and we trust none who are able will Gently and Effectually :

The largest line of capes, from 65 continued, said it was so good and be unmindful of the good cause.C. when bilious or costive;-:
SMALL ACCOUNTS RECEIVE THE SAME ATTENTION AS BIG ONES cents to $7.50 each, just received at
steady that he could not near meet the

M. Fishel's.J. demand for the product and would immediately J. Josephs, of the Montgomery ftvsents Snf the most acceptablefbtm
A. Campbell returned yesterday erect another kiln. Cooperage Company, went to Homo- the laxative principles or land

afternoon from a visit to his family sassa Tuesday and pocketed twenty- known to act most kne cJaljs
at Sorento. Keep in mind the library benefit, "A two fine ducks, twenty of which he

Trial by Jury," at the opera house Fri- yesterday expressed to friends at
MRS.L.T.TOMPKINSDEALER Center tables and library tables, day night. Admission, 50 cents. Let Montgomery.Dr. EFFECTS

pretty shapes and elegant finish at attend who' can possibly do
everyone W. H. Powers, the local surgeonfor BUY THE GENUINE MANpfc. BY {
Mclver & MacKay's.Fred so and help out a worthy cause. the Plant System, is treating Tom

IN- Pebworth, and very successfully, too. CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCa
Williams of Fernandina, for- There is no better table! set in the
When certain repairs now being made
merly bookkeeper for the First Na city than at J. H. Vereen's Railroad SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
FINE AND FASHIONABLE are completed at the Waycross hospital LOUISVILLE,KY. NEW YORK. fUCFor
tional Bank, is in the city on a visit. Restaurant Moderate rates and the
best service. Mr. Pebworth will go there and remain sale ky drwBBr11prce S0 per tottl.

Our Queen Anne Hair Tonic has until well and able to resume

.. MILLINERY been greatly improved and the phenomenal Remember "Trial by Jury," the work. His trouble has been diagnosedas

sale continues. Tydings & charming operetta, at the opera house catarrh of the stomach. WOODMEN ELECT OFFICERS

Co. Friday night. Benefit of the public li Greenhouse telephone, No. 2. Call .

JFanllll wmda I 1))Y'eai; mf brary. them up. I The Woodmen held their regular
rll E) 1W Have you tried the Railroad Restau monthly business meeting Tuesday

rant under the present management?
night and elected the following officers
rf f@ fJ If not, lose time in doing i
no so.
ia e t : Consul Commander, J. G. Spur

------:1/ ONE PRICE TO ALLAnd lin; Clerk, C. K. Sage; Banker, Z. C.
John Vereen of the Railroad Restaurant -
Chambliss; Advisor Lieutenant, W. )8
OPPOSITE LIDDON'S STABLE OCALA, FLORIDA believes in giving his guests. ,
Cason; Watchman, C. H. Dame: Sentry -
the best there is to be had, and his
4 that Price R. R. Carroll; Manager, M. Fishel;
the Lowest
-- -- tables are always supplied with some Camp Physicians, Drs. Izlar and

% Florida and Western Meat delicacy.E.. W.. Davis, Esq., a prominent Consistent with mood Value. Thompson.transacted. Considerable Among other business things was arranged -

young attorney of Ocala, Is asstingState's for was the unveiling of the
monument erected by the Woodmen at
Attorney Carter at the present

term of court-Gainesville Sun. H. Ea MASTERSOr the grave of deceased Sovereign, H.
K. Smith, which will take place Sun-
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, FISH, POULTRY, SAUSAGE, VEGETA Friday night, at the opera house, the day afternoon December 30, at 2
BLES and EGGS brilliant little operetta, "Trial by o'clock. The local lodges Knights of

Jury," by local talent. Good acting, and Gents'' Honor and Fraternal Union of Amer-

sweet singing and fine music. Fifty Clothing Furnishings ica, of which he was also a member,

Everything Good in the Market Line cents for reserved seats. Everyone will be invited to attend the unveiling. j

should attend and contribute towards The members of the lodge will meet
Dress Snit Cases Trunks
.. maintaining and better. equipping our Bags at lodge room next and following Sun
CUSTOMERS ASSURED THE BEST OF TREATMENTJ.W.DAVIS public library. day afternoons at 2 o'clock to rehearsefor

Fifty cents .will stop your having and every thing pertaining to Men's wear, members the absent unveiling without ceremonies.a valid All excuse ,

chills and fever. You ask, how? Be- will be fined 50 cents. Installation

cause it will buy one bottle of Garrett's is the most reliable and fully up-to-date of officers will take place at the

TELEPHONE 78 CITY MARKET Chill Tonic. Garrett & Gerig'sDrugstore. next regular meeting and an oyster

place in Ocala. Buy your i I supper will be given, to members only,
and Messrs. Carroll and Fishel were
LADIES, get your Christmas pres-
appointed a committee to arrange for
ent for your hubby, buddy or some-
body else's buddy at H. B. Masters' Presents same.R. .
NEW STOCKOur Holiday V. Relf, the umbrella mender,
Cothing and Gents' Furnishing Depart.
ment. who has been in Tampa for the past
weeks has returned home and
six ,
Maj. Bond, who bought the Jack Due from us and cqmbine utility with desira- may be found at his old stand in frontof 1
New Stock of Elegant Fall and Winter Dress Goods is Arriving from property, has built a commodious and the stairway of the CommercialBank

Nw York and Will Be the Most Complete We well constructed stable for the accom- bility. I building.Dr. .

Have*Carried in Years modation of his horse and trap. E. Van Hood left this afternoonfor
Havana, Cuba, to attend the Pan-
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Don't use any of the counterfeits of --- American Medical Congress. He" will
FULL LINE OF TRIMMINGS OF ALL VARIETIES DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Most of We do not sell goods at cost, but we CALLED OFF be absent about two weeks. The

them are worthless or liable to cause do sell goods as cheap or cheaper than Doctor's brother, Dr. Hood, of Atlanta -
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERYBIG injury. The original DeWitt's Witch those who advertise that they sell at The coupon voting contest has been will remain in the city .and look -1;

STOCK OF SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDRENWe Hazel Salve is a certain cure for piles, cost. Try us and save money. Ty- called off. One by one, after getting a after his business and practice, 3

eczema, cuts, scalds, burns, sores and dings & Co.Armour's. very flattering vote, the young ladies Hugh D. Auchlncloss, of New York.
Have an Immense Stock of Up to Date Goods. Come to See Us. skin diseases. Anti-Monopoly Drug have requested us to withdraw their one of the principal stockholder?-In. ,
Baked Beans Three 1 -
G. A. NASH. store. : names. We regret very much that the the Dunnellon Phosphate Company, arrived -
pound cans, 25c.; two 2 pound cans, contest could not have been carried toa a few days ago and Is registeredat

Chir.aware rare combination of 25c.; three 3 pound cans, 50c. Either successful and friendly close. If not the Ocala House. ,1
-- -- delicate effects with glowing and plain or with tomato sauce. Once successful, it has at least been friend.

beautiful colors. To see is to buy, at tried, always used. At H. B. Masters'. ly, and the young ladies whose names FOR PNEUMONIA :

A11i the Ocala Bazar. F. P. Gadson, Su have been placed in nomination have ;
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
erican Beauties perintendent.A each and all received liberal vote.A .
dainty little pills, but they never fail a Dr. C. J. Bishop Agnew, Mich.,
report has been circulated to
large assortment of hand painted to clease the liver, remove obstructions says: "I have used Foley's Honey e-
what extent we do not know, that the
and invigorate the system. Anti. and Tar in three very severe cases of
celluloid novelties catch alls music
attraction chosen as the prize for the
= =
pneumonia with good results In every ,
Monopoly Drugstore.
rolls, photo rolls-and toilet bric-a-brac,
contest is not a proper one for ladiesto '-
AntiMonopoly ;
case. There is nothing so good.
rr. now on display at the Anti-Monopoly ,
Sunshine makes Dame has the best oyster cook in attend. Possibly this had some- Drugstore. -
Drugstore. An inspection Is invited.
town. Give him a call. thing to do with the ladies withdrawing -

the Perfect Rose and See these different pieces before all their names. We chose this at BOND $4500

r ; are sold. Don't buy your patent medicines be- traction because it was a high priced :

W Val & P. P. P. the Perfecta Call on J. C. Maughs, city ticket fore first calling on Garrett & Gerig. show; also because it was just a Lukenbill, the defaulting agent of -1:
the who month before it and
people selling"patents"
They are are appeared, we waived -.1.1a
.. rw agent Plant System, Ocala House, for the F. C. & P.. at Fernandina,
Woman. tickets via the Plant System to all at cost. thought-and still think-it a first preliminary hearing and was put under 1j
class one. There is some ballet, some
points in Florida and the North. Best a $4500 bond. i
i As a remembrance to some friend, opera, and a good deal of the spec .
time, closest connection, superb ser do not fail to see the souvenir chinaat
tacular, in its composition, but as far
vice. Complete information may be the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Photo THE BEST SALVE IN THE WORLD
as we know it Is strictly first class.
1 P. P. P. obtained, also literature, folders and scenes typical of Ocala, also Silver Colonel Wrenn, at any rate, has it is Banner Salve. It is made from a {

N maps of the most popular resort points Springs. Always remember home. booked to open his Casino, at the Tam- pescription from a widely known skin

and hotel accommodations. pa Bay Hotel, and he books only the specialist and' positively Is the most
If you want a pretty calendar for salve for piles burns, scalds,
best attractions. It would have costus healing l'
'- People far and near are taking our 1901, call F. J. Huber, the
on passen-
4r .y,, a. (Llppman's Great Remedy.) hints. They know that Toys have ad- less money to have selected some ulcers running sores and all skin dis
f for the Plant System.
rts' Thousands of women are ger other show. eases. There Is nothing so good. j
vanced in
price. They come see
r. + I
suffering needless pain and Drugstore.
that ours are at bottom prices. Come ""]
The most effective little liver pills
?' humiliation from Blood I
early and avoid the holiday rush. The I
made are DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
Poison, due to the absorption
Bazar. F. P. Gadson, '
s They never gripe. Anti-Monopoly
of impurities from irregular .
Ingerson, of Hutton, Ind.,
I \ ; ( menstruation or other causes. COLD and cough cures are numer- Drugstore. says he had not spoken a word abovea Bring or send your woolen, silk or 1

,.: iw P. P. P. will put roses of ous, but the one that leads all othersin Club I I whisper for months and one bottle satin goods to the New York Steam
Try Armour's Country special-
-.S health in cheeks disfigured .! merit, is Foley's Honey and Tar, ties: Chicken Tamale; Pork Cutlets; i I i lof Foley's Honey and Tar restored his Dye Works, South Orange avenue, and. ;;

--. by redness pimples, moth, vulgar which is in great demand these days. Tenderloin Beef: Veal Cutlets; Chicken -.I voice. It is used largely by speakers have them cleaned, dyed or pressed. ,:.:';-
r- or eczema.
and singers. Take no substitute. AntiMonopoly creased renovated
Anti-Monopoly} Drugstore. : Soiled or garments
1 a sovereign specific Fricassee; Sliced Tongue and 3
I .
made to look
and as good as-new.
for all forms of Blood Chicken; Veal Loaf; Ham Loaf; Cot- '
Toys.-Nothing seems to depress Goods dyed any color desired and warranted -
Poison Rheumatism Catarrh tage Loaf; Cottage Head Cheese;
Toys. week in the midst
fast colors. Any kind of repairing -
big line of men's, youth'sand children's -
Hamburg Steak with Onions. Bayle'sLunch
and Dyspepsia. of the unpleasant weather, when a done. All work done prompt _
clothing and men's sweaters .
Herring in half and one pound ;
r % /j Georgia M. Bloom, Macon, Oa., few outsiders are talking weather, glass jars. At H. B. Masters'. I and hunting jackets just received atM. ly. Will call for and deliver your 1
= writes: "I had a tired feeling and there was a crowd of impatient buy- Fishel's. work by dropping a card to
//, was run down. I got a bottle olP ; ers right in the thick of our Toys. See The N. Y. Steam Dye Works. _
A fine line of shoes-ladies', gents',I i :
i' P.and It cured me in a week'stime. <
them at the
L Before that I could not eat I Bazar. F. P. Gadson, Su- misses' and children's-at special low When you need a soothing and healing

anything. Now 1 eat at every meal" | perintendent.The prices at M. Fishel's. I antiseptic application for any purpose .

I use the original DeWitt's Witch j jFGr

LIPPHAN BROS.T8SB3Eb Savannah, Qa. persou wno disturbed the con- Call Seymour's mill, telephone] No. ; Hazel Salve, a well known cure for CASTORIA I

Sold by Anti-Monopol ugstore, Ocala, Fla. j gregation last Sunday by coughing is 25, for a two horse load of wood, pineor ;, piles and skin diseases. It heals sores
i requested to call at the Anti-Monopoly mixed pine and oak for $1; or all without leaving a scar. Beware of Infants and Children.
T -1 -- ----------.- i Drugstore and get a bottle of Foley's oak, $1.25.IT counterfeits. Anti-Monopoly Drug -

- i Honey and Tar. It always gives re store.A The Kind You Have Always Bought

Potter Wall Paper Agency lief. IS ABSOLUTELY FREE --. ----.... -A..__ <
clean: attractive dining rtn, .--- -
The latest thing in music cabinets courteous and attentive waiters d .P ';

and parlor cabinets at Mclver & Mac- Tydings & Co. will sell you a bottle. tables supplied with the best, at eI .. .

Wall Papers =nd Decorations I Kay's. of I Railroad Restaurant -

Nunnally's candies, always fresh, Smith's Chill and Fever Tonic I A cold, cough or la grippe can be NG

PLAIN TINTS, INGRAINS, EMBOSSED GOLDS AND SATINS, ETC. and only 60 cents per pound, at Gar- and if it does not cure you they will 1 "nipped in the bud" with a dose orj woof "\

rett & Gerig's Drugstore.i Foley's Honey and Tar. .;ware of
In ten vofcfcnes. beautiful
I return the purchase price. As a gen- bind-
PLAIN, FANCY AND GILT MOULDINGS, 5 CENTS A FOOT i substitutes. Anti-Monopoly"
Drugstore. ings, $7.50. Publisher's
i B. Masters has just received afresh eral tonic for that tired feeling it is price, $12.50. .
BORDER, CEILING AND SIDE:: WALL PAPERS AT ONE PRICE EACH; i and complete line of the best I superb. Remember, if it does not I .ited.Other books'just as low. Supply lim -.

Ten Cent and Wall We Offer the Border to Match at I California II I O. .S 1:0Rt.A.. Ocala Music Co.
That is, For a Ceiling 1 Lemon Cling Peaches, Bart- I back.
cure, get money
you your
i Sears The Knd: You HaB AIi\3JS) Bosghi:
let Pears. Red, White and Black Cherries iho _
Ten Cents Roll of Thirty-two Yards. Other Grades at Same Rate. '
j I Peeled Apricots, Green Gage and I Look for the Red Triangle on "I Ezntorsfi: 1# 'BArv_w4o y-,'4 .tR.:;..,.'wythemo&thoalma88Iveh1theworlt SALVE-
Office No. 20* S. Magnolia St., OCALA, FLA. R. A. HALL Agent. Egg Plums and Muscat Grapes. package. None- other genuine. I }" --




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Board of Public Instruction in ,
and for Marion county, Florida, met I ""

this day in regular session with the .-' .
of Them All following members present: B. A. BARSAINS. -- .. ;::";.f.':!.''
Weathers, chairman, and :M.: S. Moser.B. .
sickness.. I. Hull was absent on account of

The minutes of last meeting were .

: Y GBEHT EXIBIT1 N read and superintendent approved.The made a reporton '

I Oak the schools Kendrick, which, Santos were and referred Water to From now until after the Holidays,,

him for investigation 'at last meeting

Of dolls china jewelry bonks] notions on account of their low average. He will offer unheard of in.aUlines
toys, reported that he had visited Kendrickand we Bargains .
Martin and found that there were
etc, eighteen children at the two places,
and had made arrangements with Mr. of Clothing for the working man
Townsend to carry the children from ,
Novsr Goi11g On Martin to Kendrick, which he thought

would port was make accepted a good and schood.the school The or-re the business man or the boy and youth: :

dered continued, provided the next

At the month's average shows sufficient increase We have the most and
to justify the board in operating biggest, complete

the school.He .

Ocala Bazar I j Santos and reported had but a had letter that talked from he had with Mrs.not the J. M.visitedI teacher Lid- cheapest stock of Clothing in this part;;

dell, the supervisor, and both thought

You need no search lightto ] there larger would average be no than prospect five or of six makinga ; fliat of the State and reduce the stock.

Mrs. ridden had proposed to teach
find Bargains. the children at her home for $15 per .. .
month, which was less than any one No house in Ocala '' *

WE ARE FILLED I 70 JM DOORS would another agree that school to for, carry and this that the term children he either recommended to to- Jd carries as fine a stock ofreadymade .

continue the school or allow Mrs. Lid-
dell to teach as proposed. After the r ? Clothing for
WITH board had given the matter careful
consideration it was ordered that the Ladies as we do."T e 4 ..
school be closed and discontinued, for
Goods the following reasons: First that the have the finest, most stylish .
Holiday average is too low to warrant the run
ning of the school; second, it would be and
prettiest l'p-
setting a new precedent to continuethe ,
and Toys school, even at a reduced salary
est stock of Ladies Rte,
in a private residence as proposed; Capes r : r. ..
third, that while the board has full a 1
And are ..offering Special Inducements confidence in Mrs. Liddell's ability to that has ever been seen in
teach, the law is very positive that no .
in department.: teacher shall be paid out of the school s t town. Any prico desired.
every funds who does not hold a teacher's
certificate.The pOur
superintendent also reportedthat Immense Store is filled frorr front to rear and from floor to ceiling with Bar aias..

Come and See Us Before You Buy Water Mr.Oak Hinton school and, are Mr.making Fort, of the Everything is carried. Our stock HATS FOR MEN AND WOMEN is second t.,'jibVc? '
site statements in regard to the dis- In Shoes we are hard to beat, carrying an immense line of all priced and staled] goods, with

tance Mr. Fort's children are requiredto special ba:gains for the children and working man. We have on our shelves more DRESS
walk in order to be carried to the
r Hats Neckwear Goods Notions House
Dry Grahamville school. It was ordered GOODS AND DRY GOODS of every description than you ever saw in one ,stores

and Kitchen Furnishing goods crockery that as long as the patrons will not OUR NOTION, HOSIERY AND CORSET DEPARTMENTS ARE COMPLETE,
come and work together that the board
will not pay either party for carrying .
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.. china goods and Standard their children to another school.S. J;
sent in his
., Benjamin resignationas
I' Books for Xmas presents.FRHNK trustee of the Ocala special tax district HATS DRY GOODS *-
,which was read and accepted.
and the patrons of the district are

hereby notified that the law requiresthe ..:';. ;c
P. CHOSON.Super1ntenden. place to be filled by the Board of .
Public Instruction upon the nomination -
of a suitable person by the pat- Sf AND
"t.n AND '
rons. :r
Anumber of applications were in for .
,. Next Door to Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. an increase of salary, all of which '. .
were refused.A .
communication was in from the
patrons of Oak Hill school asking fora SHOES NOTIONS
special tax school district, which rg
OCALA LUMBER CO was referred to the superintendent to

have same published according to law. .' .
The superintendent reported that he

;'IS'AT' ALL TIMES PREPARED TO FURNISH ROUGH OR had presented Drugstore the for bill$ the the AntiMonopoly amount- Come in and let us show you through. It will be a. pleasureiTous t : ,

due the board from the American .
PLANED. LUMBER IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED Book Company in books per contracts, and you will he sure to buy. < ': '" .'
which books;: the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore -
had received and sold, and that
'.1. the said drugstore had given him a SOUTH SIDE OEPUBLIC
U In need of anything in our line write to or call on us. Factor;' opposite fifteen days' acceptance for the $300.: KLEIN CAMPBELL SQUARE

Plant System depot. Mill near Montague. less freight on books, $10.54, and account ,
against the board of $1, amountof
OCALA LUMBER COMPANY.: draft being $287. .

On motion, the superintendent was
instructed to place the draft in the

1"DOUBLE, VESTIBULED SEAB ARD bank amount for placed collection to the and credit have of the the McIVER & MacKA'

school funds as soon as collected. .
jLMITEb(! AIRLiNE The superintendent reported that he ,'t.'
had sent to the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore

S for the 200 Cooper, Estell and Leading Furniture Dealers of
RAILWAY Lemon Histories, which should have
been taken up for the 200 Field's His- _. u .
DAILY SERVICEMagnificent tories given in exchange free and the
s. A. L. Railway. store sent 166 Cooper, Estell & Lemon Central and South Florida
Histories and thirty-three other histories -
Lv Ocala 4:15 11 52
a.m. : a.m. .
of various kinds.
Ar Jacksonville 9:30 3:55 S. A. L. Railway.Ar -err tOUR
a.m. p.m.
On motion, M. S. Moser and the superintendent "
Fernandina 11:30 a.m. 5:50 p.m. Lv Ocala I 4:15a.m112an i were appointed to notify STOREROOMS AND WAREHOUSES ARE ENOUGH TO CONVINCE THE PEOPLE THAT', WE-.
Ar Savannah 1 50 11 50 .
: p.m : p.m. :
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore that the
a.m.Ar JackSOnYllle 9:30 a.m. I:5a p.m.
Ar Columbia 5:35: p.m. 4:36 a.m.Lv Jacksonville 9:30: a.m. board could only accept the 166 Cooper CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF FURNITURE IN THIS SECTION. OUR PRICES ARE TO SUltAtC
Ar Camden 6:43 p.m. 6:43:
Lake City 11:30 a.m. Estell and Lemon Histories. and
Ar S'uth'n Pines 10:00 p.m. 10:05 Ar LIve Oak 12:19: p.m. that a bill be presented for the thirty- WE BUY A GREAT MANY GOODS IN 6ARLOAD LOTS, AND BY THIS METHOD SAVE OUR CUSTOMERS
Ar Raleigh 11:31 p.m. 11:50 a.m. I
Ar Tallahassee 1:38 p.m. for histories at $1 each, less 20 per
Ar Henderson 12:48 a.m. 1:10 p.m. ----- -- cent. A LARGE AMOUNT. OUR ASSORTMENT OF OOODS IS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. CALL
Ar .. 13 4 38
Petersburg : a.m. : p.m.
The superintendent reported that he
L. & N. Railroad.
.Ar Richmond 5:03: a.m. 5:35 p.m. had gone through the treasurer's reports AND SEE THEM. IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO WAIT ON YOU WHETHER YOU BUY.OR NOT.
Pennsylvania Railroad. Ar Pen acola 11:00: p.m. for the years of 1895 and 1890, *
Ar Washington 8.15 9:30 Ar MobIle 3:05: a.m. both in the office of the Board of Public IN ADDITION TO FURNITURE, WE HAVE THE FAMOUS STANDARD SEWING MACHINE, WHICH
a.m. p.m.
Ar New Orleans 7:40 V
: a.m. ,
Ar Baltimore 10:03: 11:25 Instruction and in the clerk's office
and had found that for 1895 the school
Ar Philadelphia 12:2: p.m. 2:56a.m. S. A. L. Railway.Ar .
New York 3:03 p.m. 6:13 a.m. hoard and the other county funds bad .
I Lv Ocala 1 1..58 a.m. 1:41 p.m.S. received exactly the same amount of
A. L. Railway. Ar Tampa 6:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. money from the redemption of lands
Lv Ocala 4:15 a.m 11':52 a.m. at Tallahassee, and for 1896 the coun- Wagons Buggies Harness Etc '
Ar Portsmouth 7:00 a.m. 5:50: p.m. ty, other than the school had receiveda ( 9 !, 0
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small amount more than the school
Pullman service North and South; also from Jacksonville to funds, which for both years were in WE HAVE THE ONLY UP TO DATE STOCK OF WAGONS, BUGGIES AND SUPPLIES FOR SAME
New Orleans. Dining car Savannah to Hamlet and Richmond to New York.N. accord with the claim of the trustees
Y. P. & N. R. R. leaves Nor folk daily for Philadelphia and New York. of the Ocala subdistrict against the .
Steamers leave Norfolk daily except Sunday for Baltimore and Xew York a school board for $221 redemption -..v .::.
nd daily for Washington. moneys placed to the credit of the PER. PAINTS AND OILS. ;

L. S. Allen General Passenger Agent A. O. MacDonvll, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., school board, that should have been .
Portsmouth Va. Jacksonville, Fla.
funds. He therefore thought the .. .
John Dopier, Agent, Ocala, Fla. W. W. Condon, Ticket Agent. claim a just one and recommended its WRITE TO OR CALL ON "

payment.On .
motion, the report was accepted, MclVER AND MACKAY OCALA FLORIDA.
THE OCALA BICYCLE COMPANYELECTRICAL and the superintendent instructed to ,
give the subdistrict credit for the
AND BICYCLE amount on the account of the board THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING '

SUPPLIESAll against the subdistrict for money advanced -
for teachers' salaries last term. u u

Kinds of Repair Work Done There being no treasurer's report before on December 31st, may teach New
Promptly the board, the superintendent was Year's Day as a regular school day. The
write to the treasurer to Bailey-lebby CompanyCHARLESTON
instructed to
and the board will pay for same, but in
know why the report was not in.
will New Year's be paid'for
Reports and accounts amounting to
where not taught. >
ELFINJUVENILE $4970 were examined, found correct 2nd. Whereas the State Teachers', S. c.Machinery .
WHEELS and ordered paid by warrants on the
Association will be held in Tampa
MONTEZUMA BLO CK, OCALA, FLA.CIFIC. county treasurer. Thursday. Friday and Saturday following -
The following resolutions were Christmas, this board desiresto &
passed: call the attention of the teachers of implies:
1st. Resolved, That it is the order
t the county to the great value and benefit
of this board that all schools in Marion
to be gained by being present at
RY county close for the holidays on December this meeting and strongly recommends Iron, Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks,
21st, and give at Kist i'no their attendance. Wheelbarrows and Link Belting. I .
week for Christmas. It'here it is desired -
3rd. Resolved. That the Board of
by patrons Public Instruction of Marion county PRICES QUOTED
L IN best, two weeks be given.
causes may extends to the State Teachers' Asso-i i Contracts taken for the erection of plants for putting up machinery ,taU
.MISSOURI and KANSAS, to COLORADO, OREGON and CALIFORNIA Schools beginning after the holidaysCA.STORIA. elation an invitation to hold Its next!
annual meeting in Ocala.W. I kinds, or for repairing any kind of machinery, engines or boilers, by a

\ . D. Cam, Secretary. competent machinist who will be supplied on short notice. -

,-. sere the Iha Kind' Y3U Have AlMjg Bought G. Wake Wells Agent Ocala, Fla.
.. .\' .I.E.. REHLANDERr.'r Fotey's Honey and Tar
''t.. _:'.?: "'... T.--P.. A.':,'CHATTANOOGA' TENN. cl/ children.a/esure. AY Pplatcs. OFFICE WEST SIDE MONTEZUMA BLOCK
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New Officers Elected-This Worthy GENUINEAlligator. Program of Exercises of Grammar Department HOLIDAY JEWELRY

Institution is in Need of of Ocala High School I

FundsA Friday, December 14 -n

FIGS meeting was held in the office of (BROWS) Song, "My Old Kentucky Home"- The Most Beautiful and Best
Dr. A. L. Izlar of the directors of the School.
INDIA RELISH Marion County Hospital Wednesday Price- Reading, "How Mr. Goodnight Re Selected Stock of Jewelry, -,. :.
i evening for the purpose of electing officers tires"-Walter Young.
TOMATO CHUTNEY for the ensuing year. Recitation, "The Toast"-Tillie Pas
Dr. S. P. Eagleton having vacatedthe teur. China Cut Glass Silver Novelties Etc
CRANBERRY CATSUP office of president by death, Dr Iz $$25O Composition, "My Visit to the Sea- ,
lar was elected to fill the vacancy. Dr. coast"-Roy Benjamin. -
Van Hood was made vice president, I Reading, "The Origin of the White, That
have carried in is
CHILI SAUCE C. L. Bittinger secretary and Ben the Red and the Black Man"Gussie I we years, now on

Rheinauer treasurer. The old board We'll seta pair Roller. '
Recitation "The Barefoot exhibition in our Store and is attracting .
'. of directors was re-elected, consisting aside fornn tillCbristinaSjifyou'l' Boy"-- .
of Drs. Izlar, Newsom, Van Hood Charley Gray.Composition. "
Smith, Thompson, Ben Rheinauer, Bit "The Ostrich"-Ethel the attention of the appreciative ::
: MUSTARD tinger and Dr. W. H. Powers to fill the Layne. i:
vacancy caused by the death of Dr. S. let us. Reading, "Helping Hands"-Sam Christmas Shopper.We : :-
P. Eagleton.The Burnett. '. .. ..
AFTER DINNER CHEESE "Suwanee River"School.Story .
secretary's report showed that Song f
from February 26 to the present time, Box "The Light in the Window"-
thirty-seven patients had been admit. Mary Gates.Recitation. have an Unusually Pretty Liiie of 4
ted. Of these a few were free pa- "Jim Dludso"DruceMeffert. .
THE TEAPOT GROCERY tients, while a number were part pay. 6T Goat 1 "; -.
This refers to their board, care and Reading, "Bardell versus Pickwick" CHINA. ;
: -Gilbert Barker.
medicine and medical attendance.The
EXPOSITION POLICE RECORD report of the treasurer showed Apollo Recitation, "His Mother's Song"-

that only $24 remained in the treasury Alice Richardson. in varied beautiful designs and patternsand
Paris, Dec.% 12.-The exposition police and unless our philanthropic peo- Brownor Composition, "The Indians"AnnaMixon.
report just out shows a total of pje were willing to tax themselves a of Cut Glass
13,097 arrests on the fair grounds. mite for its maintenance, it would Reading, "A Dinner Pail Story"- some exquisite pieces "
The causes are thus divided: Murder, have to close ts doors on the first of Louise NixoIkRecitation :,.
4; murderous assaults, 115; crimes January. This institution and its Black "Clear the.Way"-Lillian p
against morals, 362; minor assaults,, corps of patriotic and generous surgeons Thagard. Our show filled with dainty 1
cases are
1192; defacing property, 401; theft, have done a noble work duringthe Reading "Too Late for the Train"- ; ii -
4603. year for suffering humanity, who J. $2.00Other Leila Farris.Recitation. '
Strangers arrested were 1189. Of have received more relief than the "The Pumpkin"AnnieMathews. TOILET AND OTHER ARTICLES a

these forty-four were Americans, attending M. D.'s received pay, but all 1
which was less than any other nation, done in the name of sweet charity and Kinds at Smaller Prices.J. Song, "Auld Lang Syne." : i
except Denmark and Polynesia, which unselfish feeling for suffering and M. NEELY, Ocala, Fla. The Grammar Department gives in Sterling Silver .
had one each. The total number of helpless humanity.It The Shoe and Hat Man such exercises as the above program .
objects forfnd and turned over to the is an institution our people shouldbe indicates every Friday afternoon, beginning
police was 66,317, including a satchel very proud of and an appeal to at 2 o'clock and the teachersand .
containing $45,700 in American money them for what little aid is needed to EXTENDS OVER TWO DECADESSt. pupils of this department will always Nothing makes a handsomer or more
which was never claimed, mare than keep its floors BDDllDn be glad to have their Men Ait
open a
SOW umbrellas one set of false teeth, hearty and prompt response. Those .'Louis, Dec. 12.The case of Mary -: present. 'appreciated present for a girl or lady than
248 single garters, twenty-two corsets Hillman, of Leavenworth, Kan., begun
who are not now on the list at 25 centsa : High School Department
wrapped in newspapers or otherwise, month will find the books open to twenty-one years ago against the I one of our guaranteed gold or filled case
three burglars' kits, five crosses of the receive their quarter. It takes $40 a Connecticut Life Insurance Companyto Song-School. ,
Legion of Honor, fourteen foreign decorations month to run the hospital and its only recover about $20,000, alleged to be Declamation-Hibbert Weathers.' ,
one pair of women's russet means of support are its pay patients, due in policies on the life of her hus- Essay-Bennie Condon. wc4.E: :
slippers only slightly used and many who, as previously remarked, are received band, John J. Hillman, was submittedto Recitation Miss Violet Harris. ,
other queer articles. for $1 a day, which includes the United States court of appealsfor Essay-Miss Annie Mae Standley.
This museum, with the,exception of food, nursing and medicine, and in this final decision today. The transcript Recitation-Louise Harriss. we have a nice line of them .. '
what may be claimed before May 1, sum there is no profit to the institu in the case contains upward of "Courtship under Difficulties"-Osco .t
will be sold at auction for the benefit tion. It was therefore resolved that 3,000,000 words. This case has been and Guy Zcwadski and Lottie King- ,

of charity. Ben Rheinauer appeal to the new reversed and remanded a score of man.
council for a monthly appropriation to times, and in resisting the suits the defendant Song-Misses Farris, Bull, Jeffords Handsome Clocks in quaint i and
OPEN ALL NIGHT assist the hospital, with the following corporation is said to have and Sylvester. ,
expended not less than $100,000. Debate-"Resolved, That culture Sets
directors to assist in personal appealsto pretty designs. Carving very
We have a night phone, number 73, members of the "city fathers" in gives more pleasure than wealth. ,
and render willing service at any hour their respective wards, namely, Dr. Affirmative: Irene Benjamin, Evelyn appropriate for a present well made
Pelot and Edna Jeffords. Negative: ,
of the night. Ask your physician to Powers, first ward; Ben Rheinauer
call us. Garrett & Gerig, Pauline Sullivan, Edna Dozier and Silver-
fourth ward; C. L. Bittinger, second and very handsome Sterling
Postoffice Store. Leafy Sylvester.
Drug ward; George MacKay, third ward.
Mr. MacKay was appointed to see t Song.Decision of judges. headed Canes and Umbrellas.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! Mrs. William Sinclair and ascertain ,
Address-Mr. F. T. Harris.
how subscribers at 25 cents a
We will have some books for the I month she had secured to assist the A Big Stock of Silverware .flat and
holidays on Tuesday, bought at a low hospital.The STORY OF A SLAVETo ,
price and will be sold the same way. subject of an entertainment fora hollow beautiful. design and wprlc *
Call early, as the supply is limted. hospital benefit was discussed, but be bound hand and foot for years ,
Ocala Music Co. no definite action was taken, as it was by the chains of disease is the worst manshp and fully guaranteed. The

a understood a number of the ladies of form of slavery. George D. Williams,
ASTRONOMICAL CHARTS the town who love their afflicted and 1 ems'r 1 of Manchester, Mich., tells how such public is cordially invited to inspectthe
suffering fellow men, were now at l a slave was made free. He says: .
We have a set of Trouvelot Charts, work and would give a charity ball on "My wife has been so helpless for five stock. -1-
with Manual, fifteen in the set and New Year's eve for that purpose years that she could not turn over in
published at $60 by Scribner. On motion of Dr. Van Hood, a com- bed alone. After using two bottlesof
Our price, $11. Ocala Music Co. mittee on resolutions consisting of Dr. THE WAY CANDY Electric Bitters, she is wonderfully A. E. Burnet-t
-- Newsom, chairman, Ben Rheinauerand IS DONE UP improved and able to do her own ;
C. I... Bittinger was appointed to "
work. This supreme remedy for female -
FOR RENT draft suitable resolutions on the deathof Does much to sell it to those diseases quickly cures nervous- The

Desirable furnished rooms on Ockla- our efficient and lately lamented who are guided by appearances. Our ness, sleeplessness, melancholy, head-
president. Dr. S. P. Eagleton.The such ache, backache, fainting and dizzy
waha avenue. Apply .to post office boxes are as tasteful as thingscan
following important resolutionswere This miracle working medicineis Jeweler
box 937. be, but we want cur Confectionery
then adopted and the board ad a godsend to weak, sickly, run down
journed. judged upon its merits. A taste is all people. Every bottle guaranteed.Only I

SERVANTS FURNISHED Resolved, That the president of the the test you need to make, and you 50 cents. Sold by Garrett & Ger- -

board have full and complete chargeof find our Candy even more than we ig, Druggists.GO ST. DENIS HOTEL
Those wishing to secure servants, the management of the hospital, .
can do so by applying to N. A. Hill, such as instructions for the nurse, claim for it. T. W. TROXLER.A '
city. Box 1000. 25 cents will be the arrangements for food, medicinesand TO HALL FOR IT .:

charged for the service.ST. supplies (provided, however, that FEW CATTLE .,
the nurse shall have always on hand If you are looking for something in For the Season
LOUIS SLEEPERVia blank orders signed by the president, McQueen Chaires, of the Chaires the Green Grocery, Fish and Oyster Open
in order to delays line, go to Hall for it, without looking
prevent unnecessary Brothers, of Old Town, Lafayette
Seaboard Air Line Railway in case of emergency), and the county stopped over Wednesday nightat elsewhere. tf MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1900 .. .'....
carrying out of the instructions of the this place. He had with him fifty
Beginning November 23th: the Sea- Under New Management. Everything Thoroughly First Class and the'Entire
board Air Line Railway will operatea board of managers. head of beef cattle, which he was drive FOR SALE OR RENT ...
through sleeper Jacksonville to St. That no bills be paid by the treasurer -I ing to Gainsville. He informed us ho House Newly Renovated. Rates, $1.50 to $2 Per Day. Special Rates'by
except such as have the order and his brothers had delivered twen- Desirable residences and cottages in
Louis, via Monticello and Montgomery the Week. S. N. DILLARD, Proprietor.
ealving Jacksonville 7:30: p. m. bearing the president's signature at ty-two hundred head of cattle to Tam different parts of the city, almost any 1
and Montgomery at 8:10 a. m., arriving tached. pa and four hundred to Gainesvillethis size or style desired, for rent, and will ,
St. Louis 7:44 a. m. That the price of $1 per day for at- year-Xewberry News. sell on most advantageous terms.
tention in the hospital shall not In- Have you property to rent, or do you
RECEIVED clude surgeon's fee, nor drugs and 300 IN CASH PRIZES desire to rent propertyIn either case, PETER INGRAM -:
JUST dressings.Dr. apply to S. D. Moody, in city building.
W. H. Powers, a late acquisitionto
Something new: Fox's Nutted the medical of the Given away to the person guessingthe '
profession city
Dates. Delicious. At Dame's only. was received as a new member with Dr.nearest Thacher's:: to the Liver number Medicine of packagesof sold $1000 WORTH OF GOODSA. Merchant Tai 1oMERCHANTS'

great cordiality. He is a pleasant in January. 1901. Dr. Thacher's Liver H. Thurness, of Wills Creek Coal
DOG SHOW gentleman, bright and engaging in his Medicine excels all others as a blood Co., Buffalo, 0., writes: "I have been
speech and manners and in due time purifier and liver regulator. Dr.Thacher's afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble -, BANK BUILDINGA

London had a dog show last week will establish himself in the confidence White Pine Cough Syrup is for years, passing gravel or stones,: BIG LINE OF THE NEWEST DESIGNS AND COLORS IN FALL
that In'interest was a close secon,} to of the afflicted of this community a sure cure for coughs and colds. with excruciating pain. Other medicines .
the great annual horse shows. Car me as he has with all he comes in Call at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstorefor only gave relief. After taking AND WINTER SUITINGS AND TROUSERINGS TO SELECT FROM.
flesh was present that represented halt contact. a package of the medicine and fora Foley's Kidney Cure the result was

a million dollars and dogs whose own guessing contest blank. surprising. A few doses started the COME IN AND BE MEASURED AT ONCE. .
ers refused to part with their pets brick dust, like fine stones, etc., and
for $50.000: consisting of deerhound3, found that her little ones are improved FORTY ACRE FARM now I have no pain across my kidneysand
collies, bulldogs and mastiffs.! more by the pleasant Syrup of I feel like a new man. Foley's
Figs, when in need of the laxative effect Improved. Good land. Cheap for''I I Kidney Cure has done me $1000 worthof .
PREVENTED A TRAGEDY of a gentle remedy, than by any cash. Inquire at this office.A I good." Take no substitute. AntiMonopoly Atlantic Coast Lin'eIn
other. Children enjoy it and it bene- Drugstore.

Timely information given Mrs. fits them. The true remedy, Syrup of RARE CHANCEI
George Long, of New Straitsville Figs, is manufactured by the California MALE HELP WANTED connection with Florida East Coast Ry and Plant System, Schedule Effective .
Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy and Fig Syrup Co. only. will sell my new 1960 model Mon August 5, 1900.
lives. A frightful cough SALESMEN wanted to sell our -
saved two arch Chainless Bicycle at a bargain.Has
had long kept her awake every night. DRESS MAKINGMrs. been in use less than a month. goods by sample to wholesale and retail No. 78. No. 32. No. 32, Daily, Florida and West Indian
She had tried remedies and doc- Jules T. Cohen. trade. We are the largest and Limited-Vestibule coaches Jacksonville a
many Leave Miami .. .. ... 7 15 a
in line in the
tors, but steadily grew worse until J. W. J. Hodge is prepared to Apply at Peyser's Cigar Store or at only manufacturers our Leave Port Tampa .7 30 a 7 25 p to Washington. Vestibule
urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery. do all kinds of dressmaking. South Ice Factory. world. Liberal salary paid. Address, Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping ti
Co. Savannah, Ga. Leave Tampa.. 8 00 a 8 00 p
One bottle wholly cured her, and Fourth street east. CAN-DEY Mfg. Leave St. Augustine. 6 20 p cars Port Tampa, Tampa and Jacksonville

she writes this marvelous medicine FINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE Leave Jacksonville 8 00 p 8 35 a to New York without change.
also cured Mr. Long of a severe at- LADY TEACHER WANTEDA Now is the time when croup and Leave Savannah . 1 40 a 1 05 p Connects at Washington with Colonial
tack of Pneumonia. Such cures are Your choice of either one of my two lung troubles prove rapidly fatal. The Leave Charleston C 48 a 5 22 p Express, via steamer Maryland, for
positive proof of the matchless meritof lady teacher wanted to instruct houses. Modern improvements. Termsto only harmless remedy that produces Arrive Richmond . 7 25 p 4 00 a Boston. Only one night on the road.
this grand remedy for curing all five children in a private family in the suit. Ch. Peyser. immediate results is One Minute Arrive Washington .11 20 p 7 39 a
throat chest and lung troubles. Only month ,and i Cough Cure. It is very pleasant No. 78, Atlantic Coast Line Express,
country. Salary, $10 a Arrive Baltimore . 1 03 a 8 57 a
bottle guaranteed.Trial take and can be relied upon to quicklycure connects with trains from, all points
50c. and $1. Every board. COUNTERS FOR SALE Arrive Philadelphia 3 50 a 11 12 a
bottles lOc. at Garrett & Gerig's Those having the qualifications coughs, colds and all lung dis in Florida, and connections made lot r
proper Arrive New York 6 53 a 1 43 p all In the Carolinas and the :Virginias.
Drugstore. and references apply toStar Office. Three counters for sale. Anti-Monopoly eases.: It will Drugstore.Foley's prevent .consumption. Arrive Boston . 3 00 p 8 30 p points. Through Pullman buffet'Klee-: 7 t.
Ocala Music Co.
.. For Pullman reservations, rates and ing cars Jacksonville, via Richmondand '
OASTOn-XL Washington, to New York. -
information apply
all other
Bws the The Kind Ya 8ae A! ars Bock ROOMS TO RENT A great variety of lace curtains and I Honey> and Tar F. C. BOYLSTON, Agt., S. P. COLLIER JR, ,
'tigutl1r8 d m/f.J.-o- : Inquire of Mrs. C. A, Haines, second rugs, in beautiful, patterns, at McIver St. Jacksonville, Fla. SoUP.-JL"
heals and the cough 208 W. Bay ,
lungs stops
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tOn1y Pleasant Lemon Tonic As indication '_...-__ ...c_ _,_ -: -. -=_-_ _=-___ .-=_': .: ':
Replies to the Many CongratulationsFrom an how out of a dismal

Cures indigestion, headache, mala swamp has grown the most beautiful
Daily Paper in Ocala Voters
... ria, kidney disease, fever, chills, loss city of the world, we append a small

Gentlemen: "Deeds, not words" is of appetite, debility, nervous prostra- sketch showing the topography of the
BITTINGER AND COMPANY my motto. That I thank you and the tion, heart failure, and appendicitis,
country then and the customs then r
energetic workers in the good cause, by regulating the Liver Stomach,
Proprietors and Publishers which has led to this triumph, a tri- Bowels and Kidneys. prevailing at that date which are in.

umph in which am personally Inter- strong contrast to those of the pres-!

C. L. BITTINGER, ested, need scarcely .be said. I am as Mozley's Lemon Elixir ent |

Editor and Business Manager. untried man, but it is my purpose Cured me of Indigestion. I had suf-- Congress' first deliberations in 'S l

... ""C$. Tuesday to prove have not to you been that thrown your away votes, fered for ten years. I had tried al Washington were quite as uninspiringas !u : .t. N '& ". )"'N
most every medicine, but all failed. the unfinished edifice in which they
R. R. CARROLL, City Editor. and that have honored individ-
you an Since taking Lemon Elixir I can eat were held. When called together,' The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beenIn
ual who will at least endeavor to
anything I like. W. A. Griffith. November 17, the senate and house
his gratitude by head, heart and use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
Entered'at the Ocala Postoffice as sec prove Reeve3Ville, S. C. had to adjourn until the next day for <,
unflagging work. I shall try to look and has been made under his '
ond class matter.WILL'S want of a quorum, and the senate continued -! : personal .
after the city's best interest, and in Mozley's Lemon Elixir to adjourn from day to day un- fT n supervision since .its infancy. '
to the health and welfare
ot the same. I shall endeavor, to the Cured me of indigestion and heart dis- til the 21st, when the necessary num-: Allow no one to deceive you in this. "
HUNTING RESORT ease, after years of suffering, when all ber appeared. Saturday, November, All
Counterfeits Imitations and but
in "Just-as-good"
best of my poor ability, to walk the 22 are
President Adams visited the
other remedies and doctors had failed. capitol -
straight path and to discharge the duties Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of l 5i
Word comes from Orange Lake that N. D. Coleman. and addressed the members of both .
the only "Pansy on the Beach," Will : appertaining to my office without Beulah, S. C. N. D. Coleman. houses gathered together in the senate -; Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.WhatIsCASTORIA "

..' .' Hopkins, so well known to our people fear or favor. chamber. Representatives in those ,
I : has established a hunting resorton Once more I thank you for the high Mozley's Lemon ElixirI days wore their hats during sessions. '

the lake, where sportsmen can find honor which you have done me. Ladies were excluded from the gal-
M. Fishel. have been a great sufferer from .
horses, dogs and boats, and if desiredto Respectfully, dyspepsia for about fifteen leries. Urns filled with Scotch snuff

be entertained Will will see that trouble being my liver, stomach years and my were placed in each house, and em- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric :'
creature comforts are not wanting to MR. PERKINS' THANKSHon. ployes were charged with the duty of
those in need. bowels Elixir, with cured terrible headaches. Lemon keeping them filled. In the senate Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

Ducks are very plentiful, sport is D. S. Williams, Ocala, Fla.. good, and I am My I had appetite taken is a and house were employed official contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

fine and In four mornings last week My Dear Sir: I beg leave to thank barrel of other medicine, that done "penmakers," who mended the goose substance. Its age i3 its guarantee. It destroys Worms
Will Hopkins pocketed sixty-two the Board of Trade of Ocala and your- quills then in common use. There ,
me no good. Charles Gibhard.I and allay: Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
ducks. self personally for the extreme cour- were also official sealers, entrusted':
1515 Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
tesies which were tendered me duringmy with the scaling of letters and packages -'

FRATERNAL UNION ELECTION stay at Ocala. I am sincerely in Mozley's Lemon Elixir with red wax. The "stationery"; and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the '-'

hopes that the result of the Convene furnshed in both houses included pen- Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

All members of Concordia Lodge No. tion will be to the great benefit of Cured me of enlarged liver, nervous knives, sensors, razors, pocketbooks,i Tho Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
181, Fraternal Union of America, are Ocala and must pay a high complimentto indigestion and heart disease. I was kid gloves, perfumery, bears' grease
urged to attend lodge tonight in Ma the organizers of this meeting for unable to walk upstairs or to do any and an "innocent beverage called
the in which the details kind of work. I was treated by many swichell GENUINE! ALWAYS
sonic Hall, over Peyser's cigar store. splendid way among whose ingredientswere CASTORIA
Election of officers will take place for were carried out. physicians, but got no better until I good French brandy and Jamaicarum.

the ensuing year and as there are several Again thanking you for the courte- used Lemon Elixir. I am now healthyand This was always charged in the Bears the of -
sies offered I remain vigorous. C. H. Baldwin.No. Signature {
time ,
candidates a hot is expected. "stationery" appropriation as "syrup.
Every one who wants an office Yours very truly, F. Q. Perkins. 98 Alexander St., Atlanta, Ga.Mozley's Pennsylvania avenue, heading, a? ,

come out, and those who do not, come Lake Mary, Fla., Dec. 4. laid down on paper, from the capitolto -.':,
.and help the other fellow get one. Lemon Hot Drops the presidential mansion, was near- ,

IT SAVED HIS LEGP. Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, ly the whole distance a deep morass,
OFFICERS ELECTEDAt Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage, covered with elder bushes, which were ., :;

A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga., and all thrat and lung diseases. Ele- cut through to the president's house. ,
a regular meeting of Tulula gant, reliable.25c. There appeared to be but two really "
suffered for six months witha
Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F., the followin at druggists. Prepared only by comfortable habitations within the
? officers were elected to serve for frightful running sore on his l leg, Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga. bounds of the city. The roads in every The KM You Haye Always Bought "

the first six months of 1901: W. T. but writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve direction were muddy and unim-

Cole N. G.; J. H. Williams, V. G.; H. wholly cured it in ten days. For Ulcers GOLD STANDARD ORANGESMr. proved. A sidewalk was attempted in
C. Jones, Secretary; sM. M. Little Wounds, Burns, Boils, Pain or one instance by a covering formed of In Use For Over 30 Years.
Treasurer.Geo. Piles it's the best salve in the world. the chips hewn from the
N. M. Alexander finished gathering capitol. It .
Only 25c. Sold by Garrett &
Gerig, _
the oranges from Mr. Ed Parkin extended but a short distance and wa!) _" _' _- ,,,
Druggists. :, -- 4< H-: __ 'r'x- .;. .t:::, ."'
W. Peck, the author of "Peck's son's grove, known as the Edwards of little value! for in dry weather the

Bad Boy" and ex-editor of Peck's grove, at Alva last week. The grove sharp fragments cut the shoes and in
Weekly Sun as well as the once gov WOOD FOR SALEA consists of a little over four acres. wet weather covered them with white "

CI nor of Wisconsin, is to become the"funny" Twelve hundred and fifty boxes of or mortar.DO -
two horse load of stove wood oak
editor of the comic supple- anges were taken from the trees and Star job office Is turning out OJALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP
ment of the New York Sunday World and pine mixed or all pine, for $1; it is estimated that there are 300 box YOU NEED AN ELECTRIC BELT some of the prettiest and most artistic -
all oak ;:; Delivered
$1.25. to houseor
and will write a new series of "Bad your es of grapefruit on the trees in this job work that has ever been done
Boy" papers, entitled, "Peck's Bad .office.. Seymour's mill, telephoneNo. grove. Mr. Parkinson receives $1875 Dr. J. Newton Hathaway has per- in Ocala. Our new job printer, Mr. Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Boy Grown Up." If these late effusions for the oranges on the trees and the fected an electric belt which he is pre White, is the best in this part of the the best work. Clean and attractive -
are half as amusing as "Peck's grapefruit will bring $5 per box on pared to furnish to all patients who state. We have the biggest and best "

Bad Boy," what a treat for the public! have lost confidence and hopeas the trees, bringing up the total for this need It, at a nominal charge. Writeto assorted stock of job stationery in shop; skillful workmen. .

well as health, because: they four acre grove to very nearly $3400, J. Newton Hathaway M. D., 25 Bryan south or central Florida. Bring or .
thought their kidney disease was in or about $850 per acre. Mr. Parkinson street Savannah Ga. send In your orders. Geo. F. Williams, Proprietor.? .

TO THE LADIES curable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a pos- paid $5000 for the grove about ,, \.'j. .,, ,
itive -- ---
for the and dis-
cure discouraged
Dame makes a specialty of serving consolate. Take no other. Anti-Mo- three years ago.-Fort Myers Press. ?\ : ; ;"
oysters in any style. 'You will find a ':'
-----. ---- "
neat and cozy dining room and courteous ---- -- BISMARCK'S IRON NERVE )

attention. PROFESSIONAL CARDSR. Was the result of his splendid health. Christmass. -

Indomitable will and tremedous en-
WILL SERVE OYSTERSMrs. ergy are not found where Stomach,

D. FULLER Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of
J. E. Barganier, at the Club order. If you want these qualities and
House, will serve oysters In all styles, DENTIST
the Dr. .
success they bring, use King'sNew
at night from 7 to 11 and solicits the:
Office Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank Life Pills. They develop every
patronage of her friends and the public power of brain and body. Only 25c.

tf OCALA, FLA.J. at Garrett & Gerig's Drugstore. Comkig

Don't forget that on December 18th: .
make for 1901 models,
the ladies of St Catharine's Guild will
we will offer our present stock of first
have a Handkerchief Wave at the armory Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bldg class wheels for both ladies and gen- Fall and Winter are HereOur
from 5 to 11 p. m. Everybody is
tlemen at from $8 up, new and second
cordially invited. Admission free.
Ocala hand. Come In and l let us show you
some rare bargains. We have the Special Liue This Season\iMEN'S

TERMS CASH only first class bicycle repairer, re-

builder and enameler in town. A big LADIES' AND BOYS' READY-MADE CLOTHINGMEN'S
line of bicycle supplies of all kindsin ,

TWIOLAWIY. stock. Ocala Bicycle Co.,

Means perfect fit and best wearing Montezuma Block.

Clothing socks made Department; 25 cents. H. B. Masters' a 0Dyspepsia THE SANITARIUMMiss CLOTHINCM

I Wells has the Wilson '
SPECIAL RATES, House this year, and will conduct it as E N S SUITS I Blue Serge---All wool 1 0 00

Cure a first class boarding house and retreat worth $12.50 to $15.00 at I
Seaboard Air Line Railway for the sick. Special accommo-
dations have been prepared and thoseof Fancy Striped Worsted-All Q Blue Serge; --All woolworth 9 00
Richmond, Va.-on account of annual 11.00
convention of Southern Digests i what you e"t. either sex coming to the city for wool, worth $12.50 to $15 at tl $11.50 to $13.50 at I
medical or surgical treatment or den
tion al Association, tickets Educa-I It artificially digests the food and aids
and tistry, be it for a day or a month, will Fancy StripedVorsted- also have a full line of middle-price!
Nature in strengthening reconstructing
sold Dec. 26 and 27 at one fare for 00Ve
the round trip, limited to January 8, the exhausted digestive or diet find a will pleasant be provided place to for stop.each Special patientand I worth $12.50 to $14.00 at. Men's Suits, such as 3.25, 3.75, 4.00
It is the latest discovered
1901. gans.
ant and tonic. No other preparation a trained nurse will constantly be Black Clay 'orsted-All woolworth 4.50, 5.00 and 8.00. Don't Forget ourSuits
Havana Cuba-on account of Pan- in the house.GUARDIAN'S. 10.1 00
it in It instantly in all and Sizes.MEN'S
American Congress, tickets will be on can: approach relieves and efficiency. cures $12.50 to $15 00 at are Styles
sale December 21, 22 and 23 at $42.95 permanently
round trip, limited to January 10, 1901. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, NOTICE Black Clay Nor ted- PANTS
Flatulence, Soar Stomach, Nausea, 7. 50
Notice is that I will
L. S. Allen, A. O. MacDonell Sick UeadacheGastragiaCramps! and hereby given worth :10.00 at Of the above wa have a full lino and in
to the Hon. R. Bullock
Gen.Pass.Agt. Asst.Gen.Pass.Agt.John apply county
Dozier W. W. Condon, all other results of imperfect digestion. Blue Heavy Flannel---All woolworth the latest We have them for
Price 50c.a nd$1. Large size contains 2VJ times : judge of Marion county Florida, at 9.00 patterns.
Agent. Ticket Agent small size.Book all about dyspepsia mailed free : his office in Ocala, Florida, on the 26th $11.00 to $12.50 at the Business Man, Working Man and
Prepared by E.C.DeWlT1*CO Chicago I
day of December, 1900, for authorityto Blue Worsted All woolworth for the Man. The man we
Clay --- Dressing
When the stomach Is tired out it Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala. Fla 10.00
must have rest but can't live sell at private sale all the interestof
a we $12.00 to $14.00 at cannot fit is not you.BOYS' .
without food. Kodol Dyspesia Cure the minor heirs of S.V.. Moody, t

"digests what you eat" so that you can, ERVTL; PIllSRestore deceased, in the following real estate, '
eat all the good food you want whileit CLOTHINCVe
to-wit: The north half of north half .
is restoring the digestive organs to
health. It is the only preparation that Vitality, Lost Vigor and Aianbcod( and southwest quarter of northeast _

digests all kinds of food. Anti-Mo- Cure Impolicy.Night' Emissions. Loss of Men quarter and seven acres on east side
-*** when that have the
all \ make wild
01 y \\\aatux diseases---- no statement we say wo Largest
nopoly Drugstore. r/ f all etfect-cif-a'msc, or of the southeast quarter of northwest ,

Help the public library by attend. )1- -'exeoand nerve tonic tiidirretUju..A sndIp., U ILLS U quarter, section 6; also the north two- Best and Cheapest (for the quality) of BOYS' SUITS and

ing the interesting operetta, "Trial by joiblooci bnilder. Eriutrs'LiO thirds of southwest quarter of north-

Jury," at the opera house Friday Y cheeks the Pink aud glow restores to pale they 1 50 west quarter, section 3, and east half PANTS in Central Florida.VC have snits at 75c to 86.00
light Most of the best local dramatic fire of yoiit'ii. By tinail'50c ;) CTS
7 \ furI of northeast quarter of section 4. All
.i per box. 0 fx> *
talent as veil as the best musicians, $!3.50,with our bankable xe Pants at lOc to $1.50. All the} latest
ganrantee to ,
vocal and >tetrumental, will lend their or refund the money* sta. N-WI for ciicula cure m township 14 south, range 22 east. are lrttterns.LADIES' .

aid. and p-py of our bankable guarantee bond.Nervita This, 28th day of November, 1900.

EXTIH.STRE( ; (jTf Eliza P. Moody,
Many persons have had the experIence Tablets CLOTHING
of Mr. Peter Sherman, of North Imltdte Result Guardian.Nov. .
Stratford, N. H., who says "For yearsI (yELLOW L.\BELI) 28, Dec. 5,1,19, 26.

suffered torture from chronic indigestion Positively.guaranteed:Undeveloped: cure or for blirunlen Ltws of Orga Powe_': CAPES-All Kinds and at Prices never before so LOW. JACKETS( -Only of '

made a, well but man Kodol of Dyspepsia me." It digests Cure tion Paresis,Hysteria;, Locomotor Fit. Iii Ataxia! ;,pity. Nervous Paralysisnd: Pro<-tra the Senator A. T. Williams sold last the Latest Styles and at prig es that will make you wear one COME and SEE THEM

what you eat and is a certain cure for laqnor.Results of Esce.ire IV-of TI>IKI Bv mail in plain ]>;trVnie.$1.00 a ., of Savannah, Ga., 120,000 acres of 1/1JAIS1C-We most up-to-date ,
dyspepsia and every form of stomach box, 6 for 65.00 with
antee bond to our bankable guar timber land, siuated in the counties of unequalled Some at $ oo $5.00 and $6 oo in Flaunel, Sateen
trouble. It gives relief at once even cure in 30 days or refund anywhere $1.50, $3.00. :} ,
Madison and Jefferson. Tht
in the worst cases, and. can't help but money NERVITA paid. Ad-lrc-MEDICAL Taylor consideration was about $200,000.- and Percale \Va rts.Ve also Lead Oihcts. SKIRTS-we hw the latest of the
do you good. Anti Monopoly Drug CO.
store. Clinton( &Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILL Fernandina Mirror. day, such as SATIN D-Laine, TAFFETA SILK, SATIN, BRILLIANTINE, SERGE

Ladies will find it to their Interest Sold by Wm. Anderson. Ocala Fla The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore has and the Famous RAINY DAY SKIRT We hive the most aborted line of BROCADE

to inspect the nice line of flannels, on hand for" their holiday trade the Skirts in Ocala. WRAPPERS( -We have too many to be;in to quote prices
suitings and elegant line of dress LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. largest and most varied assortment of
goods lately received at :M. Fishel's games and Xmas wares ever had for Come and Examine Them. We know if you look now you will be our future customer

Help is needed at once when a per- Runs Through Cars their customers. The clerks are busy NEXT \V E E K 'S AD.1J
T For Gents' Hats and Shoes WATCH
son's life is in danger. A neglected To Pensacola, Mobile and New Or. arranging; this stock as it comes from a, Furnishing, ,
the various factories. All
leans. purchasesare
cough or cold may soon become serl-,
To Birmingham. Nashville and St. made direct from first hands thus SELL AND NOT KEEP.:
ous and should be stopped at once. Louis. *. enabling this store to uphold its repu- Our New Motto is to
One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures
To Louisville Cincinnati, Evansvilleand tation of selling cheaper than all com
coughs and colds and the worst cases
bronchitis and other to Chicago without change. petitors. They have just opened a
of grippe
throat croup and lung troubles. AntiMonopoly For rate, sleeping car reservations, large assortment of hand painted celluloid THE BOSTON STORE
Drugstore. etc., call on or write novelties. An inspection is in- '
vited to all.Terkeeween. .
A fine line ui gents' and children's Oil Liniment the best

clothing also a big line of hats to suit Florida Passenger Agent liniment on earth, sold and guaran- OPERA HOUSE CORNER OCALA, FLORIDA. _

every one, Just received at M. Fishel's. 206 W. Bay $t", Jacksonville. teed by Tydings & Co.

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