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venmg tar PORTER 2 IIARDLG, Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION 0 CJ;NTS PC flONTH. $5.00 per Year. 5 els. per Copy al News Stands. Ym:x you hear a man announce that In: has q lit politics and reli gion, watch him. He who neg Icc's his country's welfare and for feits his Clod is somewhat dangerous. The orange grower is nov; toss ing the new mown hay." Orange sprouts have made a good growth. A good many orange and grape fruit buds have been put in. while the average that lived was small. Those that did live are do ing well and making fine growth. 'Parson Brown" orange buds are the favorites. This orange ripens an arm would have to be ampu tated. The injured man is a son of E. B. Whidden, former manager of the Ocala House. An incompe tent physician set the wrist which was fractured and otherwise out of joint, and did such a poor job that Dr. Thompson had to treat it again, but it was too late to save it from dibfiurement. The other arm a'so sustained a fracture. Dr. Thompson says ther is no foundation whatever for the report that the arm would have to be amputated. test Styles I g CIRCUIT COURT. Saturday's Proceedings Given in Brief. State vs. Creola Crew., for j murdering her new-born child, was j called, and parties all being present and ready, trial was continued. A ; jury was empaneled and after hear-j JUST RjbCE I VJfai 9 E3 m 2 sla very early in September. Many i"g the evidence retired to consid-j Use our Eczema and Tetter Cure buds wiH b put induring this nonth and next: to remain dor mant until next spring. Weir Park item in Times Union. Magnetizing horseshoes with happiness from the heads of happy oeople and then making people ffl cted with melancholia wear iem is a clever notion of a Paris ctor. Whatever starts in Paris the way v-f medical experiment . sue to have a hearing- in En?- land and America. It -has been popularly supposed that h3ppr nt-ss is in the heart, but as it would he difficult to put a horseshoe around the lvart of the healthy nnd hippy, the Parisian scientist takes another ard more intellec tual view of it. His horseshoe on the head i a sort ot visible mind cure in pctive operation. Boston Transcript, Do Not Ln G inns and eat up the food your family should have, when the SHOT IN CHURCH. An Eighreen-Year O'd Colored Bny Shot During Services. Last night at 8 o'clock, while service's were bing held at St. PhilippX a new colored Baptist ohurrh erected on the Flemington road, alvu-. Hht miles from town, wo c-4!o H b ys, about eighteen rs old, were sitting side by side. One of them, Sam Samson, begn valUing, and the other, Jim Wilkin son, remonstrated wi n him and tried to keep him quiet, where upon Sam, pulled nut a pistol and shot Jim, th2 ball entering the center of his thigh and lodging somewhere in the limb. The weapon used was a 32 cali per and inflicted a very painful, hough not necessarily serious, vound. Eirly this morning Jim's father loaded him into a wagon and drove into town, when Jim was taken up to Dr. Hood's offue, where, when seen about o'clock this morning by a Star man, the doctor was probing for the ball, but had not been able to locate it. Jim was good good grit, and al though not under the influence of any opiate, did not flinch or utter a groan. Sam is still at large, and no warrant has been taken out. er tne case anu reiurneu a veraict ; tor on cutaneous diseases: sure of guilty as charged in the indict- j cure for erysipelas, Ty dings & ment. The judge passed sentence j of six months at hard labor in j Take vour prescriptions to county j iil of Marion county. Tydings & Co. and get their Case of state vs. A. S. Morgan j prices. Only pure druzs used. for murder was continued till next ! pjne fresh water fish today on ru term ana oona nxea at iooo, to oe ice at imck. s, stein au. 11, approved by clerk. 1 City Market. 11 State vs. Jim "Owens, for larcer.y. j R E. Vonge, jr., has in stock a pJ -i-t- - - r 1 r 1 1 1 r ' ' "1 . " f u. upon appneanon 01 aei-naant ana 1 supply 01 patent gas iiRnier. ou , R h n(j DresseJ Seasoned Lumber Constantly on Hand at counsel, bond heretofore fixed at ; "S"1 t"t- macmne, men turn iuc ; -j , lowest srsh pwes. cock ana ngnt tne ourner at tne m MOr,., , 0 n . . . fUr n,of,l, ,nl NORTH OF F. C. & P. DEPOT. OCALA, FLA. Yankee Novelty Works B Are putting up such Nice cJow end Door Screens so Little Honey. We manufacture AI! Kinds of SCROLL WOK, BRACKETS, MOULDING TURNING, WINDOW and DOOR PKAHES, CABINETS, and all kinds of Carpenter and Job Work. A f ulS supply of $203 was changed to 50. Case of state vs. CaptainWilli 1ms was continued till next term. Court then adjourned till Mon day. OYSTERS, OYSTERS! the bone. Call and see them R. E Yonge & Co's. ru Ln ji 11 n a ru n ru PATRONIZE GEO. A. NASH,- Fresh, fat, finrj, today by the quart, gallon, or in the shell, on ce at L. S. Black's, stall 11, city i market. OGALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP, DEAELR IX A CORRECTION. D-. Thompson asked us to state that in the case of Pete Whidden, who was badly injured b a fall from a scaffold in Citrus county some time ago, the Times-Union Hind local papers stated that he was Dr. Hood's patient, and that Additional Locals, Gottlie"b makes Flash Light Photos of Theater Parties, ,Ballsf Banquets, etc., at short notice, and guarantees perfect satisfaction. Miss Hattie Curry, who is teaching' in Candler, spent Satur day and Sunday with her parents in this city. Fresh, fat oyster today and every day nbw at L. S. Black's, city market. Y. A. Irvine, one of the leading photographers of our city, return ed today from a short business trip up the road. All the Dark Fall Shades in Percales 36 inches wide, for boys, girls' ana Jadies' Shirt Waists, at ioc per yard at the Bazar Store. The National Protective Legion of Waverly, N. Y., on Sept. 26 paid to John Yatch $15 for one week's sick benefit. Sam Birdsey and Al Wright will leave Wednesday for New York, partly on business and part ly on pleasure, W. C. Archer, mattress maker and cleaner, will return Friday and resume his old business. For Sale. Five shares in Ocala Building and Loan series D. Ad dress Box 201, Oca. The first dividend of the First National Bank, it is expected, will be declared in a very few days probably during this week. The National Protective Legion is incorDorated under the suner- vision of the insurance depart- if ment ot New York. Mrs. Syd. L. Carter of Gaines ville came down yesf rday to visit her husband, States Attorney Car ter, who is stopp:ng tt the Arlington. O. V. M c C O V PROPRIETOR. The oldest and best established Barber in the city. Only expert workmey employed. re Notion FINE DESS GOODS, and Embroidery, -' Trunks and. Valises. ' Agents for Butterickzs Patterns , OUR MOTTO: We study to please our customers. Ocala, : : : : : Florida. nncitatvaniBian Dres MRS. M. E. HODGE, Making and Genera! Sewing. ;tAHCutting, Sewing and Fitting dene in the Latest Style, at tlie Lowest Prices and on short notice. . KoomsUpstairs, Morfch Side Square, Occla, Fla. p. ii 0 lit CZlilUS OCALA, FLORIDA. Per Day. Rates $2.00 -to $'2.50 .Open the Year Round Special Rates by the Week. Free Sample Rooms. IBellview 0 0 270 SOOTfel rATklH STREET, 7VS EVILkE, AT. C. FIRST-CLASS BOARDING Star. Large Shady Grounds. Convenient to Street Cars. Nicely Furnished.! V 4 fj Hates from 7 to $10 per Week. -Reduction made to Families. Mrs 1 Gary.