Vol. 1. No. 13.
OCALA, FLORIDA, JULY 3, 1895.
PUBLISHED EVERY DA V IN THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAV.
IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN.
Somethings You Know and Some Somethings
things Somethings You Don't Know.
Fresh Sweet Grapes Now for same company called the Bashi Bashi-sale
sale Bashi-sale at Dukes's Green Grocery. Bazouk Artillery, the rules govern-
.W. F. Boyd of Bushnell was in
Ounce sailors, 50c, at Mrs. C. A.
J. S. Jolly of Rochelle was in
J. J. Gerig went to Wainsboro,
S. C., last night.
J. J. Harris of Gitra was on our
H. T. May field of Brooksville is
in the Brick City today.
Dr. Hartshorn has returned
Miss Jessie Russell of Floral
City was in town yesterday.
Thomas Sherlock from Bay City
spent yesterday in our city.
Wdteimekns on Ice and fresh
Country Eggs at P. Dukes's Green
Wrn. II. Moor of Jacksonville
was at the Montezuma yesterday.
T.J. Richardson, master of trains
from High Springs, is in Ocala.
Nice Sweet Grapes, Cuban Man Mangos
gos Mangos Honey Peaches, Plums, Mel Melons,
ons, Melons, etc., at Charles Constans'.
Rev. T. J. Davenport has gone
to Tennessee for a few months' va vacation.
cation. vacation. M. F. Mool from Lake Weir was
up yet rday and subscribed for
Two nice cottages to rent. Ap Ap-ply
ply Ap-ply to Dr.'R. 13. 'Fuller, over Mer Merchants'
chants' Merchants' National 'Bank.
C.J.White, chief train dis dis-p
p dis-p itchcr, from H igh Springs divi division,
sion, division, is in town txday.
Mayor Reardon left last night
for Savannah, where he will re remain
main remain a few days.
Miss Bertie Badger will leave in
a few days for Kentucky, where
she will visit her old home.
Master Tommy Thompson left
last night for South Carolina,
on a ten days' pleasure trip.
The ladies of the Baptist church i
will serve refreshments on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, the 6th, instead of on the 4th,
A nice suit of furnished rooms
to rent, consisting of bed room,
dining room and kitchen; close to
square, nice location. Address
P. O. BOX 85. I3.IVV
Dr. W. N. Chaudoin of La
Grange and Rev. N. A. Baily of
Leesburg are in our city to attend
the State Board of Missions.
Any person desiring a nice home
with one acre of land set out with
bearing fruit trees, can secure one
by paying a small amount of cash
and easy monthly payments. En Enquire
quire Enquire at Star office.
The Ocala Rifles will give an
extended drill tomorrow at the old
camp ground and in the evening a
sham battle will be indulged in.
All friends are invited. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served free.
Fourth of July holiday rates on
2d, 3d and 4th, good until July 7,
at one fare for the round trip to
any point in Florida. On July 2
and 3 to any point east of the Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi and south of the Ohio and
Potomac rivers at one and one
iiuru iarc lur ruunu inp, goou un-
til July 7; via F. C. & P. railroad.
In the field maneuvers to be ex
i i ti i c4.ii c 1 y
I Rifles and the mixed force of
ing sham lights will be rigidly en-
forced to prevent possible acci accidents.
dents. accidents. No two bodies of hostile troops
shall approach closer than 100
Military judges shall decide the
relative value of the various offen offensive
sive offensive and defensive movements, by
giving a certain number of points
against the body of troops losing
after each movement. The final
result will be announced after the
Minute and careful examination
of all ammunition served out is ex expected
pected expected from .each member of the
two commands, to determine abso
lutely its harmless character.
The infantry division will be uni uniformed
formed uniformed with blue trousers, blue
coat, cap and leggings.
The artillery will wear white
trousers, negligee shirts, red
sashes, red tie, and white cap.
The officers of each company
will be uniformed slightly different
from the privates.
The infantry division will be of officered
ficered officered by Captain Davidson, Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Sam Birdsey, and Lieuten Lieutenant
ant Lieutenant Walter Lancaster; the artillery
by Captain Proskey and Lieutenant
The first command will contain
about 35 men and the second
Ten Ball Roman Candles, 5c.
each, at the Bazar Store.
Miss Minnie Coogler went to
Brooksville today to visit friends.
Rev. J. M. Pike returned from
his South Carolina trip last nght.
Percy Williams and wife went to
Columbia on the 1:05 train last
Miss Louise Bonneau went to
Charleston last night for a few
We have a story on the third
page that will be of interest to the
I Roman Candles and Fire Crack-
ers for the fourth of July at the
J. G. Furguson left last night for
Columbia, S. C, where he will stay
for a few days.
Mr. Porter has returned from a
trip south and reports fine crops in
the vicinity of Plant City. The
orange trees are putting on vigor vigorous
ous vigorous growth. Some of them are
alive fifteen feet above ground.
He noticed large cornfields that
will produce 30 or 40 bushels per
acre. It is fast being demon
strated that Florida is a good agri
cultural state, and its future does
not depend solely on oranges
Annual convention of the Chris-
tian Endeavor Societies at Boston.
For the above named occasion the
F. C. & P. railroad will sell tickets
at the following rates: All rail,
$38.25; via Savannah and steamer,
34.40; via Mallory line, $31.90.
Tickets sold by rail July 6, 7 and
8; via Savannah and steamer, July
1, 5 and 6; via Mallory line, July 4.
All tickets limited to July 31. Iron
clad signature forms required lim limited
ited limited to a continuous passage in
both directions. For further in information,
formation, information, tickets, etc., call on
R. G. Blake, city ticket agent, or
John Dozier, depot ticket agent,
D. E. Mclver,
UNDERTAKER and EM BALM ER
Carrying a full line of Undertakers'
Supplies, Wooden and Metallic
Caskets, Burial Robes, etc.
Orders by mail and telegraph
Jeweler and Engraver,
At Carlisle's Drug Store,
n. k. wiuinm,
Done in Latest Style. Call
and o-ivc me a trial.
John V. Pearson,
Bought, Sold and .Rented.
Do you want to invest your money
where it will bring you
20 per cent. ?
If so, inquire of I. Stevens, who
Building g Loan
or we will loan you from one to ten
thousand dollars on good approved
real estate. Remember the place,
at A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store,
OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP,
C. V. M c O O V,
The oldest and best established
Barber in the city. Only expert
ISRAEL & BROWN
have taken the stand recently occu occupied
pied occupied by Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs.
Scott, where they will be pleased
to see their former friends and
patrons and many new ones.
Prices Greatly Reduced
to suit the conditions of the times,
and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed in
the Cheapest Garment.
Call and inquire for yourselves
and see our celebrated
Air kinds of Dressmaking done at
- OPITICAL GOODS.
Gleaning, Repairing and Engraving.
GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS WORK.
North Side Square, Ocala, Fla.
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George D. Courtney's
City Market. Grocery,
is the best place in the city to buy your fresh
groceries. A complete line of Staple'and Fancy
Groceries constantly on hand. I keep every everything
thing everything in the grocery line. Country Produce,
Chickens and Eggs bought and sold. Bread,
Pies and Cakes fresh from the bakery.
One Door North from City Market, Ocala, Fla.
air ina and En graving:.
All Work Guaranteed at
Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.
and eat up the food your
We manufacture All Kinds of SCROLL WORK, BRACKETS, MOULDING
TURNING, WINDOW and DOOR FRAHES, CABINETS, and all kinds o
Carpenter and Job Work. A full supply of
Rough and Dressed Seasoned Lumber Constantly on Hand at
LOWEST cash pRiees.
NORTH OF F. C. A P.
s, notions, Mioes
Trunks and Valises.
Agents for Buttericks Patterns
OUR MOTTO: We study to please our customers.
e and fancy Groceries,
Corn, Oats, Hay, Vegetables, Etc.
Chickens and Eggs a Specialty
Butler Block Corner Orange Avenue and Exposition St.
Ocala, : : : : : Trida
Low Grade Prices,
ry you to
family should have, when the
Are putting up suclt Nice
Window and Door Screens
for so Little Honey.
DEPOT. nPAl a ci a
FINE DRESS GOODS,
: : Florida.
The Evening Star Tiirn off so as not to use s,a,,t re-
. maining undissolved. Add as
The New Brunswick Restaurant,
PORTER & HARDING, Publishers.
SUBSCRIPTION 50 CENTS PER HONTH.
$5.00 per Year.
Tomorrow is a national holiday,
as you know, and printers want to
celebrate as well as other people.
The printers in the Star office are
no exceptions, therefore the Eve
ning Star will not make its ap
We hope all will feel that we de
serve a holiday, at least on the
fourth of July, and excuse the non
appearance of this paper for one
To our readers we want to say
that whether you spend the fourth
in Ocala, in the country or abroad,
may you all spend a "glorious
So far as we have been able to
learn, there has been something
like 10,000 taken in by the rail railroad
road railroad ticket agent ot this place dur during
ing during the past month.
Ocala is proud of her honorable
mayor and present efficient board
.f aldermen. .There never has
en a time when our public af af-1
1 af-1 rs were in more competent and
. much water as you have brine, and
apply, being careful to dampen the
I entire plant. The finer the spray
the better, as it will adhere to the j Board $3-5Q per WeeK.
plant better than when dashed on
heavily. An old broom or a bunch
of broom straw will do the work
well. Make application as soon as
the white moths begin to lay their
eggs, and repeat the dose in two
weeks, oftener if there are heavy
rains. The moth lays yellow eggs
on the under side of the leaf. In
a short time they hatch and the
worm when quite small begins to
work. Don't give him time to
mature at your expense. I have
always had perfect success with
this remedy and prefer it to all
others, as it helps the growth of
the cabbage ; there can be np
thought of poison,"
Misses Richards & Rusk,
Regular Meals 2s Cents.
Hot lunches, coffee, etc., at
W. H. Chaille,
hours of the day and night.
rs served at moc
Open Monday. H;
Az. H. R. Fredrick, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
tra dishrs served at moderate j Board and Lodging
nrires. Onen Monday. Haislev j
Diseases of Women and Children
Opposite Post Office.
If you hav: anything that is
seasonable advertise it in the
Star and you will find customers.
If you hav? anything 'o say, make
it known n a paper that reaches
the people, and you wll have the
It s-ems than there are quite a
number f our subscribers who
fail to receive their paper regularly.
We will try and find out where
the fault lies and remedy it, for we
want you to get every copy. In
the meantime, if you lail to receive
the paper let us know of it.
A Ticket-of-Leave Man Caught.
Officer Lyman's and Deputy
Sheriff McCullough's resources
are 25 apiece greater than when
most of us sought our repose last
night, and it was made in the fol following
lowing following manner :
About 2 weeks ago a colored
convict by the name of Allen Ken-
drick, who was up for some small
offense, made his escape from the
convict camp at Oxford.
He made his way back to this
place, where his wife lives, and
this same uc.ikness for his family
is the cause of his loss of liberty.
His fai'hfu and virtuous spouse
was nor I kit in nn-l ng another
protector, hihI not b-ig in any
need of two. informed McCullough
of her husband's return, where whereupon
upon whereupon that diligent officer made
preparations to gather h m in. Ben
hung around Kendrick's fallen
household for several nights, when
last night he was rewarded by see seeing
ing seeing his victim approaching the
premises. Mac communicated the
intelligence to Officer Lyman, and
together they approached him and
ordered him to thr w up his
hands. The prisoner drew a gun
on them and was promptly cov covered
ered covered by two 44 guns. Then, see
ing the game was all up, he sur
Red Oak House,
Board and Lodging.
Nice, large, airy rooms, best of
table accommodations, pleasant lo location,
cation, location, one block south from F. C.
& P. depot, on Magnolia street.
Rates from 75c. to gi.50 per day.
Special rates by the week.
D. S. LITTLE, Prop.,
Miss M. J. Wilson,
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
Office opposite Arlington Hotel.
R. D. Fuller,
will give private instruction
in any branches to a limited
number of pupils. An excel excellent
lent excellent opportunity for students
to prepare for required exam
ination next session.
Nicest Location in the City.
Special Low Rates by the Week
MRS. T. J. OWEN,
Travel on the different roads
through th s section of the coun
try is picking up considerably, and rendered with good grace They
the road officials speak very en- took their prize to the Hotel de
couragingly of their business pro- Hodge, where he registered tern
Corner of South Main street and
Fort King avenue.
Rates, gi.50 and $2 per day.
Special rates by the week.
Best accommodations for the
money to be had in the city.
W. H. Lucius,
Best of accommodations, quiet and
Also have desirably located Cot Cottages
tages Cottages to rent. 1
Mrs. D. M. Hick's
We carry a complete and well as assorted
sorted assorted stock of Up-to-date Millinery
Goods at the
Lowest Cash Prices
Call and examine my stock.
Office over First National Bank,
E. F. Brown, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon.
Stalls 1 and 3, City Market,
will keep constantly on hand a full
Florida and Western Beef
Phe LfoWest Prices,
Box 382, Ocala, Fla.
Treatment of Cancer a specialty.
portions and future outlook. This porarily until the officials at Ox- porj ?vfutton. Chickens, Ks and :
is good evidence that the country ford can be heard from.
is getting back to its old dimen
sions in business prosperity.
Our officers are never lacking; in
bravery or promptness in the dis
patch of their duty.
Vegetables of all kinds.
Try our Silver Churn Butterine
Mrs. G. A. Brown's.
Best Fire Crackers, 2 packs for
5c. at the Bazar. Store.
To enjoy the scenes of nature
one needs to be up these exhila exhilarating
rating exhilarating July mornings about 3:30
o'clock, just at the dawn of day.
when the birds are at their best in Croton Busrs and cekrouche..
I Prnfaccfir T? f lor r TTti -! Ufofao
..... I u.vuuvi 1.1. U VUAIiV tJVntOi
singing ana an nature seems to ex- entomologist, says they can both be ex
ert itself. As said by scientists, I terminated in this simple manner: Just
ulMi before nightfall go into the infested
A J I rnnma nnrl nrifF mti hnoh mfn 1 1 rfnrl rro
and invigorating part of our lives. ni3Cier baseboard, into drawers and
cracks of furniture in fact, wherever
The annual readjustment of the
salaries of postmasters has just
been completed. The readjust readjustment
ment readjustment is based on the business
showing of the office, or the
amount of mail handled, as shown
by the revenues taken in. The
changes thus made fairly indicate
the relative thrift of the towns
where the offices are located, and
it is with pride that the" 'Star
points to the fact that Ocala comes j
t the front; "with a very satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory increase.
Orders from a distance
Fish. Game and Poultry.
Northern and Florida Vegetables.
there is a crack and in tho morning. New York, Chicago and Florida
iiju iiuur win uu luuiiti jiiiereu viin
dead or demoralized roaches, and they
can bo swept up and burned.
Keep this up until the eggs are
hatched, and you will get rid of the
pests. Buhach is tho Persian powder
made from tho pyrethrum flowers grown
in California. Among tho older rem remedies
edies remedies are poisons made of prcsphorous
paste or a mixture of red lead, indian
meal and molasses, which they eat rav ravenously.
enously. ravenously. In order to havo success with
buhach tho powder must be pure and
fresh. If tho powder is efficacious, the
person using it will know it, because
its tendency is to make one sneeze, after
tho fashion of snuff.
Tho Diversity Club.
j A uniquo club has existed for six or
Dpnth tn Cahhap-e Worms I Koven 'ears in Bostou al,cV ha' u't only
ueam xo oaDuage worms. j existedf bat growu a:ul iiourished. it is
V. S. Minor of Fayetteville, Ar- called thoDiversity club. It includes all
irnK h- t ikena nrize offered tbo omen employed in tho Congrega Congrega-kansas,
kansas, Congrega-kansas, n..- taRen a prize onerea tioanl bouse, from Miss Dyer, who edits
by the Philadelphia Practical ; tho home department of Tho Congrega-
Farmer r the best method of .tionglist. dewn to the smallest typeset
ter. ic nas auout 4U members, it holds
four meetings a year, at which guests
are present and a regular programme is
Who is upstairs in the
Large, Cool Rooms
in the Gary Block, is able to please
all customers Come and see me.
Hair Cuts. Shaving and Shampoo-
ins: done in first-class order.
Thomas J. Clary,
Justice of the Peace,
First District, Marion Co., Fla.
Office in Court House.
Prompt attention given to all Civil
and Criminal Cases under my
W. H. Marean, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Electro-magnetic and Massage
Treatment employed in treating
Chronic Diseases. Diseases of
Women and Children a specialty.
Office, corner of Second and Main
streets. Residence, corner of
Second and Watula streets,
John G. Reardon,
Attorney at Law,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all Courts.
James D. McOonnell,
Attorney at Law.
Room 3, Merchants' Block,
First National Bank
James H. Hill,
E. P. Allen,
worms on cabbage,
"For 12 years I have had perfect
sue lss in dest ro) ing green worms
on cabbage with a half strength
solution of salt. Stir salt in a ves vessel
sel vessel until it will dissolve no more.
Melons on Ice delivered to any
part of the City.
carried out, with papers and addresses, j Vegetables and all kinds of
Attorney at Law.
This clnb has not only been a source of
deJight to its members, bat has been
found most useful in promoting mutual
acquaintance and a feeling of fraternity
and solidarity. It is entirely democratic
iu its methods.
Candies, Nuts, Tobacco and
Stop when passing and examine
County Judge's office in Court
Attorney at Law.
Room 3, Merchants' Block,
At junction of all Railroads.
firs. M. D. TAYLOR,
All kinds of Builders' Materials
;at hard times prices.
pay two prices for your
or any other kind of Builder's or
Repairer's work while H. Stacy is
;at your service. Estimates given.
'Mrs. Maud Duran, Proprietress.
:Service and Cuisine first class.
Best Private Hotel in the Town.
.Special Low Rates by the week.
T. P. Lloyd,
Attorney at 'Law,
vo o Ictsr v il 1 0 9
'Will Pkacticc in all Courts.
G. J. HAGOOD
is now selling
WOOD CHEAP FOR GASH
1 Load $i oo
2 Loads ----- i 75
5 Loads ----- 4 oo
io Loads 7 50
Yard on Ocklawaha Avenue.
Large, cool and comfortable
Trooms nicely furnished. Best of
-accommodations for the general
.and traveling public. Rates gi.oo
per day or $4.00 per week.
North Magnolia Street.
First National Bank Block,
IFine Livery Turnouts and Saddle
Orders by Telephone or otherwise
will receive prompt attention.
FOR SALE. Inquire at the
svhere also accommodations for the
traveling public will be found.
Florida's Favorite Melon.
i Fame," Florida's Favorite
Melon, on Ice, delivered to any
! part of the city at Gray's. Nice
;lot of chickens just received.
jersey Block Ice Cream
is still in the lead.
(wards & Son
Baptist Witness Building, corner
Fort Kinc: and Osceola street.
J. W. Davis,
Dealer in all kinds of
Florida and Western
Vegetables and Fish.
Bring in your Produce and try my
The World Renowned
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
which has been for a season with without
out without a representative, is now to be
seen and bought of its local agent,
W. H. BARRET!
Office, Ocala Drug Store.
and Country Produce.
Stalls 6 and 8 City Market.
May God most hih e'er vat:h between us,
Though sundered wide our pathways be;
May He who led his chosen paople,
Keep watch and ward :twixt you and me.
When lured by pride and vain ambition,
When worldly joys a snare may be,
M.tv He who guided ancient Isra3l
Keep watch and ward 'twixt me and thee.
When sorrows come and shadows deepen,
And dark and dread our ways may be.
May He who watched and shielded Judah
Keep watch and ward 'twixt me and thee.
'Mid storm and tempest, clouds and sunshine,
'Mid all the changes yet to be,
May He who led his sons from bondage
Keep watch and ward 'twixt me and thee.
A Caged Bird.
A dainty room, all blue and gold;
a glimpse of sky, smiling and ten tender;
der; tender; a fleck of sunshine; a low,
white bed by the window, and a
fair-haired, blue-eyed girl. A lovely
picture it was, but one lull of sad sadness,
ness, sadness, too, for our Edith was crip crippled
pled crippled for life. She had watched the
bit of blue, with feathery, fleecy
clouds scudding by. Somehow it
always made her feel easy-like to
watch the sky when it smiled so.
Then, with a sigh, she had taken
one of the lilies from the blue vase
on the window seat and was gaz gazing
ing gazing into its golden heart, when
Aunt Evelyn came in dear, good
Aunt Evelyn, with her great heart
overflowing with love and tender tender-est
est tender-est pity.
'Considering the lilies, dear?"
"Not exactly that, auntie. Belle
brought them to me as she went
on to school, and somehow they
keep reminding me of these lines:
God's plans, like lilies pure and white, unfold;
We must not tear the close-shut leaves apart;
Time will reveal the calyxes of gold.
And, auntie, I was wondering
what his plan could be for such a
poor, crippled life as mine."
'No, no, dearie, not a crippled
life, but only a little, frail, crippled
body. Trust his plan to work out
ood for you, my child, and through
this grievous cross your life shall
grow wondrously fair and beautiful.
I hope, Edith, you may be spared
to see this 'lily' unfold; but if you
never know why it was best, trust
him still, for our Father never
makes mistakes in his dealings
"I know, auntie, and I do try to
be patient, but it is, oh, so hard to
lie here helpless when I intended
to do so much! intended to make
my life sweet and beautiful and
helpful, and now I must be a bur burden,
den, burden, instead of a burden-bearer.
So hard to lie here and do noth nothing.
ing. nothing. My poor, little life sterns so
Then auntie knelt by her side
and asked the Good Shepherd to
be very near and bless with all
peace that beloved lamb of his, and
I crept out and sat on the door doorsteps
steps doorsteps in the morning sunshine, my
tears dropping one by one on the
head of old shaggy Carl poor old
doggie, he saw I needed comfort
and had come to be sorry with me.
Such a hard morning it had been
to all of us, despite the balmy air,
blue skies and trilling of bird song.
During all the weary months since
the dreadful accident we had honed
she would some day be well, but
that morning our last hope died
out, when the physician, hai said
our darling would be a helpless in invalid
valid invalid for life. And, instead of
comforting her, I had taken the
little, white hands in my strong,
brown ones, and cried over them,
and she had forgotten herself and
all that she had lost in the one
thought of comforting me. "Never
mind, Nell dear, it is all for the
best in some way. Perhaps I was
growing selfish; perhaps I was for forgetting
getting forgetting others in my own great
Dear, brave little sister! How
patient she had been through all
the weary waiting time! And
when all hope had gone, her one
complaint was that she could do
nothing for others. Sweet, unsel unselfish,
fish, unselfish, her life had ever been one full
of tender solicitude for others a
beauti fu' ministry of helpfulness.
How happy we had been father,
Edith and I never once dreaming
of the sore trial awaiting us in the
j future. The years had gone by
j like a song, a poem, so full of
beauty and sweetness and happi happiness
ness happiness they had been id us.
I was a plain little body, and had
no especial talent, though father
always said I had a great knack of
making people comfortable. Edith
was our darling, the very sunshine
of the dear old home; and how I
gloried in her matchless beauty, so
like the golden-haired mother, who
went from us when I was eight
years old and our baby only four.
Fifteen years had gone by since
then, and I had watched the little
yellow-haired girl grow up to
womanhood, gifted and beautitul,
but as sweet and unassuming as
the blue-eyed violets are.
In childhood she had given her
heart to the Savior, and her daily
life was a continual testimony of
now closely she walked in his foot footsteps.
steps. footsteps. God had blessed her with
a wonderful talent for music and
art, and these gifts she laid on his
altar, to be used in his service.
Her days were busy, full of calls
from every side for help in this or
that, but never was she too tired
or hurried to go to her pastor's aid.
Sometimes it was to lead the choir
in the home church, to help in
Sunday school or mission work, or
to visit the sick and bereaved.
Many had been the long after
noons spent in the close, stuffy
little mission room, teaching the
neglected little ones ot the 'city's
lower district, singing song after
song, for the children who, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, had never heard aught else
than noise and brawl in all their
hard little lives. And how they
Such had been our Edith, so
ready to go in ways where ih?
Master would have her go. How
dark and mysterious seemed to us
the providence that bid the busy
little worker, "Be still."
That sad morning as I sat on
the steps in the sunshine, unheed unheeding
ing unheeding the birds twittering and chirp
ing among the purple-crowned
lilacs, I kept wondering how Aunt
Evelyn could see even the faintest
light in the dark cloud lowering
over us. And when I went back
to my sister's side, I found her
wrapped in peace, with never a
shadow in the sweet, calm eyes, as
she listened to auntie reading that
sweetest of songs: "He maketh
me to lie down in green pastures
He leadeth me beside the still
"Trust his leading, dearie, for,
though the way be rugged and
steep and full of thorns, there are
sure to be 'green pastures and
'still waters' for the resting of his
weary ones. And, Edith, never
grieve for the work taken from
you, for the Lord wills you to
serve in other ways. Do you know
that here in this room you are do doing
ing doing good by just being sweet and
'Only yesterday I met Miss Mar Margery
gery Margery and told her how pleased
I was with Rena's progress in
school, and the dear soul would
take none of the praise, but said:
Mrs. Moore, you must thank Editn
Lain for all the good I do, for
when I feel down-hearted I always
go and spend awhile in the blue
and gold room and come away re refreshed
freshed refreshed and with an inspiration for
doing nobler work.' And dear old
Mr. Easton says he preaches better
after he has caught a glimpse of
Beulah at your bedside. So, dearie,
don't feel as if you were doing
nothing because you must lie here
and suffer, for you are a blessing
to all of us, and I think we are
better because of our little, pale pale-faced
faced pale-faced girl, shut in from the rest of
I am glad, auntie oh, so glad!
I'd never mind the suffering if only
I could help in some way the ones
that are such a blessing and com comfort
fort comfort to me. I know I have a great
deal to be thankful for, and I do
try to be thankful for all that God
has given me and he has given
me so much! Father said I should
not pass my days in that lonely
room upstairs; so he fixed this
lovely trotit room n!i blue and
gold; my favorite colons and ulicu
he brought me down lure he taid
it was to match my eyes and hair,
and then he kissed me and said I
was his sunshine. He holds pray prayers
ers prayers in here and sits with me hour
after hour, never seeming to know
what a burden I am. Then L can
see the girls as thr-y pass on to
school. The dear girls are so good
to me Only this morning Kelle
! went a whole block out of her way
to bring me theve i:es i:h the
dew on them, and Lulie is to bring
me a book tomorrow. Th.y never
fail to come and teil me about all
the hice things happening every
day; to let me know they new r for forget
get forget Edie my precious, precious
girls! And Arthur" there was a
wistful look in the b'ue eyes and a
tremor in the sweet voire "cmes
sometimes, and we t-dk pboir the
sweet old diys and try nt to com complain.
plain. complain. I try to cheer him tip. Poor
Arthur! I arn sorry lor h's Kke."
Then she looked through the
window to the sky, and Aunt Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn knew what a struggle there
was in the faithful, loving heart
for she knew that Edith had given
her heart to Arthur Landes two
years before, when btr days were
bright and joyous, with not a
thought of the invalid's couch that
was to be hers until life should
How little did the dear child
know of the blessing to him she
was even then, and how from that
sick bid was going forth influence
for much good through him.
"Mrs. Mo'ire," he had said to
Aunt Evelyn, one day, "I have de decided
cided decided to give my life to the minis ministry.
try. ministry. When Edith can live Christ
so faithfully. I ought to be able to
preach his gospel."
In a moment Edith, smiling
again, said: "Auntie, can't you
think of something for rue to do?
It is hard for me to do nothing but
!:e here .-ind read and think."
Why not write, Edith? God
has spared your hands and eyes
and given you a bright mind."
"Do you think I could?'
"Yes, I do; and perhaps this bed
of suffering is only the preparation
for your life work."
Ere many months went by the
world was charmed by a new
writer a gracious woman, who
came in such loving and tender
nearness to its great heart of sor sorrow.
row. sorrow. The world murmured bless blessings
ings blessings on this woman with iur won wondrous
drous wondrous gift of song, but knv not
that she was a caged birdhfi:, sing singing
ing singing behind the bars
Years came and went; years full
of pain and suffering, bur L;rined
by the sweetness and j.fi:'uce of"
the one passing away in tbo morn morning
ing morning of life.
A few days before she was cal'ed
to the house of niany mansions
she reminded Aunt Evelyn of the
"lily sermon" she had preached to
her years before.
"Have you seen the lily unfold
yet, dearie? And are you ready to
thank God for his plan concerning
"Yes, auntie, I thank him for
all for the weariness and pain
that has helped me lift some of
the weight and sorrow from other
hearts. Surely 'my times are in
his hands such dear hands, too;
so full of blessing and mercy and
tender compassion." Mamie Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell in Christian Observer.
270 SOUTH MAIj STREET,
ASH EVILLE, 7N. C
The Best, Most Complete and Most
S'tvlish Line of
Large Shady Grounds.
Convenient to Street Cars.
Rates from $7 to $10
Reduction made to Families.
Mrs. T. -H. Gary.
The Traffic a Public Nuisance.
The wickedness and folly of
sanctioning crime by legalizing it
is so self-evident that we wonder
any argument is necessary to prove
this, especially when the results
are so direct and harmful as those
produced by the liquor traffic.
Why should not the manufact manufacture
ure manufacture and sale of a liquid poison that
intoxicates and benumbs the facul faculties,
ties, faculties, produces degradation and
misery, pauperizes a large portion
of the community, fills our prisons
and makes each person, who par partakes
takes partakes of it liable to become a dan dangerous
gerous dangerous and irresponsible citizen,
be suppressed by law
Looking at this matter from any
and every standpoint, the conclu conclusion
sion conclusion is inevitable that whatever be becomes
comes becomes a public nuisance or a pub public
lic public injury must be subject to legal
enactments and effective penalties
in proportion to the magnitude of
ttie injury inflicted on the com community.
munity. community. v Uquor selling, because of the
evil it inflicts on the community,
is a moral wrong and should be
made a legal crime, with adequate
penalties to secure its suppression.
Jut license it never I
The sanction of law to poison
the people for a money considera consideration
tion consideration s a terrible outrage, and is no
better nor worse than a license for
Mormonism, a license for stealing,,
arson, highway robbery, or any
other criminal act or method.
To make compromises with
those engaged in this criminal
business is to abrogate all the
sanctions to virtue, and set up
false standards of morality, para paralyze
lyze paralyze the public conscience, and
thus break down all the barriers
that moral and Christ'an ethics
have set up to stem the tide of
vice and political corruption.
Rev. T. L. Paulson.
It 13 to bo noted that Shakespeare
thrice alludes to tho leviathan and ten
times directly to tho "whale, twice to
tho shrimp and Foms eight times to the
herring "Hero comes Romeo without
his roe, like a dried herring, and there therefore
fore therefore lacking tho better part twice to
minnows, onco to mackerel, onco to tho
gole with a pan and to fish generical generical-ly
ly generical-ly many times. Onco wo hear of mussels
differently spelled to wit, when Pros Pros-pero
pero Pros-pero says, "Thy food shall bo tho fresh
brook muscles. In tho same play Cali Caliban
ban Caliban exclaims: "I'll fish for thee. I'll
get theo young scamels (limpets) from
tho rock." Gentleman's Magaziuo.
f The Wrong One.
Sho (pointing at a star) Ah, there
Voice (from the darkness) Yez are
mishtaken, mum. It's O'Reilly. Life.
J. W. Woodward of Summerville,
S. C, has opened up a shop to re repair
pair repair Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry
of all kinds on seort notice. Work
Our Little Store,
Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla.
. SHERIFF'S SALE,
Under and by virtue of an execution issued out of
and under the seal of the Circuit Court in and For
Marion county, Florida, in a matter wherein M rs.
Elizabeth V. Tompkins is plaintiff and II. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson as assignee of the late firm of Tompkins
liros., composed of V. T. Tompkins and W. D.
Tompkins, defendants, 1 have levied upon and
will on' Wednesday, the 3d day of July, 1895, sell
to the highest and bidder for cash, within the legal
hours of sale, on lot 557 of the townsite of Dun Dun-nellon,in
nellon,in Dun-nellon,in the town of Dunnelion, Marion county,
Fla., the same being the leased premises upon
which said property is located, the following de de-scii'jed
scii'jed de-scii'jed personal property, to wit:
Four pieces of pants cloth; three pieces of cam cambric;
bric; cambric; two pieces of lining; 2 pieces of flannel: one
lot ladies hose; 14 pieces of gingham; 5 pieces
check homespun; 12 pieces of eiiov homespun;
7 pieces cf white goods; 16 pieced of dress goods:
21 pieces of calicoes; 133 pairs pants; 90 co;-.ts and
vests; lot ladies' vests; lot n ens undershirts; l-.t
ladies' waists; lot corsets (24): lot frilling; 1 -t la ladies'
dies' ladies' belts; lot albums (S); lot Lice: iot men's
scans; two men s overcoats: lour alpaca coj.ts; 2
doz. napkins: lot collars; lot handkeichiefs: lot
gloves; lot picture frames; lot note p:per; box note
paper; lot suspenders; iot memorandum book- and
pads; lot towels; lot hardware: Jot drugs; dozen
axes; keg powder; 5 doz. bottles of extracts; dozen
syrup pitchers; 42 tin buckets: dozen goblets: Jot
lamp wicks; three me;t dishes: dozen dish pans:
lot of chimnevs a'd lamp g'obes; lot of paint in
pound boxes; lot of plow castings; lot of sa.olio
(22); 2 doz. cans corn; iS cans cherries: 18 cans 3 lb.
tomatoes; 36 boxes diamond dust; 10 pounds of
North Carolina tobacco; dozen bottles catsup;
dozen plates; two cans, and tea in said cans: lot
shirts; lot pants (127); lot coats (20); one show
case and contents; lot of cheap shoes; lot of cheap
children's shoes; lot of cheap chilldren's shoes (27
Mil JMIJC i
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines and
Fancy Gcods, Stationery, &c.
Soda, Water and Ice Cream.
Physician's Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
Post Office Drug Store.
W w Wx' V1 Wy Vv" W VvV?
J. k Pittman & Ge
To The City Council.
Are you a member of a city
council? It you are, the Witness
.desires to put a question which
you may answer at your leisure It
is this: If a city councilman gives
his vote to license a saloon, shou'ri
not that saloon be placed next door
to his place of residence? W
think it should. As it has to be
next door to somebody, it should
be located next to the man wno
votes to give it license. To us
this appears nothing but justice.
If he has any objection to this pro procedure
cedure procedure his mouth would be stopped
effectually by his previous conduct
It might therefore be a first-rate
plan to group the saloons and the
city councilmen who favor license
together. True, the locality of the
saloons would change occasionally
if this were the rule, but it would
put birds of a feather together.
1airs); 9 pairs ot ladies' snoes; 3 pairs patent
eather pumps; 117 pairs irents' shoes; pairs of
shoes; S3 pairs of ladies' shoes assorted; 3 trunks;
800 lbs. nails; showcase and 13 ladies' trimmed
hats; lot straw hats; lot men's Hats; lot ot embroid embroidery:
ery: embroidery: 4 white vests: 2 alpapa coats and vests: K bovs'
suits; 7 white coats; 10 light suits. 26 umbrellas;
show case and contents; tmesd case and contents;
showcase and contents; 11 ax handles; a pair iron
hames; ;? pair scales: coffee mill; box potash: lot
stove pipe and elbows; 3 spiders; roll wire netting;
oil tank; 5 lbs. of bail twine; 2 snathes; 1 heater
and lot pipe; 8 valises; show case and contents;
thread case and Jot buttons: 2 hanging lamps com
plete (Ii. cc I..) ; 1 mackintosh coat
lanterns; 20 split baskets; iron safe (Mos-
ler Safe & I-ock Co.); office stool; wood
desk; 2 pairs trace chains; lot of crockery; plow
stock; 13 cases 3 lb. tomatoes; 20 cases 2 lb. toma tomatoes;
toes; tomatoes; barrel fuses; 12 joints stove pipe; lot lamp
chimneys; or so much tnereot as win satisly said
executicn and costs. 13. DUPRE HODGK.
Sheriff Marion county, Fla.
Albert Wright, Plaintiff's Attorney.
L. P. J 0 mean Laboratory
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Dealers in Coffins, Iron and Wood Wooden
en Wooden Caskets, Burial Outfits.
Charges lower than ever before in
Ocala. Also dealers in all kinds
of Second-Hand Furniture.
Prompt attention given to
orders by mail or telegram.
ANALYTICAL AND TECHHICAL GHEMI8TRY,
P. O. Pox 402. Ocala, Fla.
This Laboratory makes a specialty of Chemical Analysis of
hosphate, but all other kinds of analysis will receive prompt
attention. We have the patronage of the Gie des Phosphates Phosphates-de
de Phosphates-de France; Messrs Thuiller & Clarke, the Consolidated Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Co., and their clients.
WlI Assays and Analysis of Earths. Waters and Fertilizers.
The Imost approved methods followed. All rates as.
reasonable as consistent with high class of work.
Jg Laboratory located on second floor of-Southern Express Co's bid"-..
A. E. HOLLAND,
Local Agent of the American
Detective Agency of Indianapolis,
I nd., undertakes the recovery of
lost. or stolen property, investiga investigation
tion investigation of crime. Collecting a specialty.
Books and ilagazines.
Scribner's Magazine for July is
full of good things. This maga magazine
zine magazine is a great educator and 'de 'deserves
serves 'deserves its immense circulation.
TIjC Ladies' Home Journal for
July contains all that is necessary
to be known about summer dress dressing,
ing, dressing, summer eating and summer
visiting, beside many timely and
Mrs. L. C. Clark, Trained Nurse.
15est ot references all over city
and Irom all local physicians. Call
at Woolf 's Bakery. All correspon
dence answered promptly.
OUR LITTLE STORE
If we always take the cash,
we are sure to get the hash
Handy to Depot.
Best of Table Delicacies.
Rates $1 per TDay.
Special rates by the week.
North Magnolia St.
The Ocala Photo Co.
oriraits and lieivs,
BABIES QUICK AS A WINK!
Our Little Store.
Bacon, Flour, Meal, Grits, Lard,
Butter, Sugar, Crackers, Soap,
Starch, Tobacco, Cigars, Canned
Goods, Etc. Etc.
Also patentee of the Famous
useful hints about dressmaking: Guano Distributer, which may be
and housekeeping and much more seen al UUK Ll1 V1
interesting matter. v Ocala, Fla.
Ocklawaha Avenue and Main Street.
Opposite Ocala House,
Ocala, - Xx,oxtii.
Meals Served from
7 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Charges Moderate but Strictly Cash.
Special Orders Extra.
N. B...THE CARBON EETTEZ IS OUR SPECIALTY
and is made only by us.
Call and see Samples.
MRS. M. E. HODGE,
Dress Making and General Sewing.
All Cutting:, Sewing and Fitting done in ths Latest Style, at the Lowest Prices and
on short notice.
"Rooms Upstairs, Yorth Side Square. Ocala, Fla.