The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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Vol. 1. No. 16.
OCALA, FLORIDA, JULY 6, 1895
Price Five Cents
PUBLISHED EVERY DA V IN THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY.

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IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN.

Somethings You Know and Some Somethings
things Somethings You Don't Know.
B. B. McCaa is in the city.
Ounce sailors, 50c, at Mrs. C. A.
Brown's.
James Glens of Silver Springs is
in town.
W. E. McKay of Oxford was in
Ocala yesterday.
W. B. Denham of Palatka was
in Ocala yesterday.
W. S. Trimble from Standard is
at the Ocala House.
J. S. Jolly of Rochelle was on
our streets yesterday.
Mrs. W. P. Trantham has gone
to Savannah for a visit.
Young fat chickens and fresh
eggs today at Grays.
W. B. Hearing of Wildwood was!
in the Brick City yesterday.
W. D. Hunter from Orange
Home is at the Montezuma.
Col. N. Barco and wife of Citrus
county are in the city today.
Kdward HaUlro and wife left
this morning for Fernandina.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Baskin of
Anthony were in town yesterday.
Watermellons are very cheap, a
good load can be bought for 3c.
each.
Mrs. B. H. S-tnders of Hernando i
is visiting Mrs. R. S. Blake for a
few days.
Mrs. R. L. Harper has been.
qu te sick for several days, but is j
much better.
The days are all two long for the
man who is waiting for something j
to turn up.
Mrs. McCorihey came up from
S-inantonia, bringing her two little
girls wiih her.
Nice Sweet Grapes, Cuban Man Mangos,
gos, Mangos, Ho mry Peaches, Plums, Mel Melon
on Melon etc., at Charles Constans'.
Miss Minnie Siebert daughter of J
Capt. Siebert of Fernandina, is
visiting Mrs. G. A. Carmichael.
Mrs. A. E. Hdldiness, who has
been visiting: Mrs. Trantham has
returned to her home in Boston. 1 J
Wm. Clyatt, Jr., and wife have
gone to Cotton Plant to spend the
Sabbath with the parents of the
latter.
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. 13. 1 w
Prof. L. P. Jumeaui the able
French chemist has one of the
best equipped labratories in the

state, supplied with all of thef?re Children 75cts. For

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chemicals. It is a pleasure to
visit the Professor in his commo commodious
dious commodious rooms over the Southern
Express office.
Any person desiring a nice home I
witn one acreoi jana set out witn j
bearing fruit trees, can secure one
by paying a small amount of cash j
and easy monthly payments. En
quire at Star office.
We saw the first pears of the
season this morning, a farmer
brought in a wagon load of excel excel-ent
ent excel-ent ones. The freeze almost
ruined this important crop, also
entirely destroyed the Japan plum
croo for this vear. but in neither
case are the trees injured so there 1
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will be a heavy crop next year.

C. S. McCrary left today for
Chattanooga.
T. A. Whittaker of Jacksonville
is with us today.
M. A. Richie of Savannah is at
the Ocala House.
E. Gaucher of Dunnellon spent
yesterday in our city.
R. J. Knight of Wade was at
the Montezuma yesterday.
Miss Nora Newsom leaves this
afternoon for Summerfield.
H. C. Chambers from Orange
Lake spent yesterday in the city.
Little Bessie Walker of Craw Craw-fordville,
fordville, Craw-fordville, is visiting her aunt Mrs.
A. E. Moring.
Hon. John G. Reardon has re returned
turned returned from Jacksonville, and the
city can again feel his protecting
power.
There are certain parties in our
city who are seriously thinking of

organizing a Cotton Manufactur
ing company.
S. S. Stroup, John Walmouth,
J. C. Graham and L. Rcece of
Warnell came up on the excursion
today.
Cheap excursion to Lochloosa
via the F. C. & P. Tuesday, July
9, from Tampa. Rate from Ocala
25c. for round trip. Arrives at
Lochloosa at noon.
Florida may be "froze" out every
generation or so, but she can't be
kept down. Her recuperative
powers are wonderful and they
strengthen with ae. Ex.
W. H. Corral!, auditor of the
pant a5ystem is in Qcala today,
Now woe to the ticket agents
who "have done those things
which they ought not to have
done."
Our Cuban neighbors at Marti
City, gave a nice display of fire fireworks
works fireworks on the evening of the
fourth. We hope to soon have
the privilege of helping them cele celebrate
brate celebrate their Independence Day.
Cuba Libre.
Baptist Young People's Union
of America, at Baltimore. For
the above occasion the F. C. & P.
will sell round trip tickets on July
16 and 17, good until Angust 5,
to go via Savannah and steamer,
on sale July 11 and 12, at $24
round trip, limit August 5.
Cheap rates to Picnic Island on
the Plant system. On Wednesday
night only, at I2:30i a. m., train
leaves Ocala ; arrives at Tampa
8:45 a. m., Picnic Island 9.30 a.
Port Tampa 9 30 Thursday monr-
ing. Leaving Port Tampa 7:10 p. m.
Tampa 8:00 p. m. Round trip
ucKets ana lniormauon can on
C. F. Fa ires
City Ticket Agent, Ocala House.
Annual convention of the Chris Christian
tian Christian Endeavor Societies at Boston.
FoT"the above named occasion the
A - x w ou. uaio
at the following rates: All rail,
538.25; 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, s 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-
formation, tickets, etc., call on
?VGV?la.ke' cty tick.e aent' or
JonnDozier, depot ticket agent,
Ocala, Fla

D. E. Mclver,

UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER:
Carrying a full line of Undertakers'
Supplies, Wooden and Metallic
Caskets, Burial Robes, etc.
Orders by mail and telegraph
promptly executed.
Miller Block.
eller
Jeweler and Engraver.
SPECIAL PRICES.
At Carlisle's Drug Store.
n. k. wiluto
Tonsorial Artist.
Hair Cutting,
Shaving,
Dyeing
and Shampooing
Done in Latest Style. Call
and give me a trial.
Montezuma block,
Ocala, Fla.
John W. Pearson,
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Phosphate and
Timber Lands.
, ty Property
Bought, Sold and Rented.
Ocala, Fla.
Do you want to invest your money
where it will bring you
20 per cent. ?
If so, inquire of I. Stevens, who
represents the
Georgia State
: Building 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, Fla.
PATRONIZE
OOALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP,
O. V. M c O O V
PROPRIETOR.
The oldest and best established
Barber in the city. Only expert
workmen employed.
Mesdames
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
Seamless Waist.
All kinds of Dressmaking done at
shortest notice.

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AND 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 ofStaple'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.

High Grade Goods,
Low Grade' Prices.
Repairing and Engraving.
All Work Guaranteed at A. h, E. BUTSiett'S, Jeweler.
Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.

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OUR MOTTO: We study to please our customers.
Ocala, : : : : : Florida.

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DEALERS IN

Staple and Fancy Groceries

Corn, Oats, Hay, Vegetables, Etc.
Chickens and Eggs a Specialty

Butler Block Corner Orange Avenue and Exposition St.

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The Evening Star,

PORTER HARDING, Publish srs.
INSCRIPTION 50 CENTS PER flONTH.
$5.00 per Year.
5 cts. per Copy at News Stands.
TOBACCO.
There is a total of about 16
acres of tobacco in Marion county
this year. Small as this seems,
with proper attention and cultiva cultivation
tion cultivation it will make a large yield,
ranging all the way from $0 to
5000 pounds to the acre, and from
5 cents to 2.50 per pound after
being properly cured.
Being only a small acreage to
any one farmer, the tendency is to
better cultivation and consequent consequently
ly consequently better yield. The tobacco in industry
dustry industry in this section is rapidly on
the increase, and will undoubtedly
be one, of the leading industries in
a few years, possibly taking the
place of the vanished orange in industry,
dustry, industry, giving better returns for
the money invested than that un uncertain
certain uncertain crop.
Ocala, being the manufacturing
center of central Florida, will nat naturally
urally naturally offer great inducements to
the growers to plant our fertile
hammock lands to this profitable
rop.
No section of the state has the
;t Ivantage that our immediate vi vi-c
c vi-c nity has in the rich hammock
rids, well adapted to the growing
ot tobacco.
Select good fresh seeds from th
best imported varieties ; prepare
the ground thoroughly, and above
all, only plant as much as you are
sure of being able to cultivate
thoroughly, and you will find it a
good money crop.
'At a safe estimate there will be
a crop of 2,000,000 pounds of cot
ton in Marion county this year,
which would be increased many
folds if a living price is assured.
Why should we pay a double,
exhorbitant freight charge on
every piece of cotton cloth we use,
when it could be made cheaper
here and build up a new industry.
An interment thirty years after
death took place in 1867 in Berlin.
The deceased was a celebrated
beauty, Rachel Levin. She had
ordered in her will that her coffin
should have a glass plate in the
top, and that it should be con constantly
stantly constantly watched for a month, and
then deposited in a particular ves vestibule
tibule vestibule for thirty years; all of which
orders were scrupulously carried
out. Louisville, Courier-Journal.
Picnic at Bullock Park.
Communicated,'
The picnic at Bullocks Park on
North Lake Weir on July 4th was
a grand success. There were
about 250 in attendance composed
mostly of the Christian Endeavor
Societies of Belleview, Candler,
Weirsdale and Lady Lake.
The .speakers of the occasion
were Mr. Lou .Green, of Ocala,
Mr. Gale, of Weirsdale, and Mr.
N. N. Campbell, of Lake Weir, all
of whom made excellent addresses
upon the subject "Good citizen
h
ip.
The Lady Lake band furnished
fine music and added greatly to the
pleasure and interest of the day.
The band is composed rf the fol following
lowing following young men: C. A. Sum Summer,
mer, Summer, J. F. Mote. W. H. Rupe, Jr.,
T. R. Hah, J. R. Summer, J. W.
Young, J. A. Jackson, J. T. House,
W. G. Vinson and T. FY James.
Mr. N. N. Campbell made the
address of welcome in his usual
graceful manner.
The dinner served in the Park
was abundant and elegant, and
withal tne day was one of great
pleasure.

ARE SERMONS DULL?

REV. MADISON C. PETERS ANSWERS
A QUESTION.
It Is the Dull Soul of tlio Listeners That
I':'.ko the Preacher Prose Minister
Preach Too 3Iuch Sermons Xeed Not
lie Great to Ha K.Toctive Plain Truths.
Ill Jiis sermon at the Bloomindale
Reformed church, New York, Sundaj,
Juno 1G, Rev. M:ull3o;i C. Peters spoke
in ensvrer to a question propounded by :i
newspaper man, "Why Are Sermons
Generally Dull?" The text was Mat Matthew
thew Matthew xi, 7, "We have piped to yon, and
ye have not danced. The preacher re replied
plied replied to the newspaper man as follows :
I want to speak tonight in answer to
a question a- newspaper man recently
asked, "Why Are Sermons Generally
Dull?' Candidly I do not think that this
question underrates the ministry. The
most attentive and regular churchgoers
do not fall behind this man of the world
in speaking freely of the dullness, the
sameness and the inconsequence of the
average sermon. A preacher of any but
the highest powers who ventures to de detain
tain detain his hearers beyond half an hour s
regarded as a sort of social criminal.
The impatience of preaching may well
demand the attention of the public press.
Of course some people come to church
for nothing and go away with nothing,
and the nothingness is their own. Their
own dull souls make the preachers prose.
A Beeclier would be dull to a dull soul.
Eyes kept long in the dark go blind, and
long disuse of the soul's power to think
of divine things throws it down to death.
But still the fact remains that sermons
as sermons go are dull many preachers
are like the Irish sportsman who aimed
at nothing and hit it every time. Good
old Andrew Fuller once exclaimed, ' Oh,
the holiness of their living and the pain pain-fulness
fulness pain-fulness of their preaching I"
We have to preach too much. Garrick
and Foote agreed that Whitefield's ora oratory
tory oratory "was not at its height until he had
repeated a discourse 40 times. In a re revised
vised revised sermon there should be a pleasuro
much the same as that received from an
excellent piece of music. Our congrega
tions now demand 01 us two sermons
each Sabbath, a midweek lecture and
other addresses as occasion may do do-111:111
111:111 do-111:111 d. Our congregations demand too
much in the way of pastoral visitation.
A sermon need not bo great, eloquent,
magnificent. But instead of glittering
generalities and pious platitudes put
something in the sermon to glow,
brighten", convince, subdue "thoughts
that breathe and words that burn."
The- themes which cluster around the
pulpit are the grandest the human mind
can contemplate and may well inspire
the loftiest efforts of genuine eloquence.
Sermons are generally dull because
people very often, do not know what the
preacher is talking about. Our Lord's
discourses are wonderfully plain. They
should bo our models of style. A learned
teacher published a commentary 011
Matthew. The text was printed in large
type and his notes upon it in small. He
presented a copy to an uneducated wom woman
an woman in his congregation. Some time aft afterward
erward afterward he asked her how she liked his
book. "Indeed," she answered, "doc "doctor,
tor, "doctor, I am sure it is all good, but some somehow
how somehow or other the fine print is not so
plain to my mind as the coarse print on
the top of the pages. I can understand
Matthew very well, but I can't get any
meaning out of your comments. ' Are
not a good many sermons like thac?
The people are tired of sot terms and
theological phrases. Instead of telling a
Christian congregation every Sunday to
believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, thus
telling them to do what they are already
doing, let the gospel be applied practical practically
ly practically to society and the affairs of men. Let
us have ministers of the present and
not mere mouthpieces of the past
voices and not simply echoes. The great
need of the pulpit today is that broad
conception of a mission which is in involved
volved involved in the petition of the Lord's
Prayer, "Thy kingdom come. If the
popular notion that religion concerns the
relation in which the soul stands to God
is the only true idea, then much of
Christ's life and teaching was not re religious,
ligious, religious, and the final judgment will not
be a religious court. Christ's life was
as much secular as sacred, and he came
to the sacred through the secular. The
gospel of Christ comprehends not only
the salvation of the soul, but the estab establishment
lishment establishment of a kingdom here and now,
the laws of which express God's wilL
The work of the church should be as f ar ar-roaching
roaching ar-roaching as human activity. We are not
only to fit men to do the will of God in
heaven, but hasten the answer to the
Lord's Prayer, "Thy will be done on
eartli as it is in heaven." And, if the
preachers had always in their sermons
grasped Christ's idea of the kingdom
and recognized its relations to the world,
the world's history would read different differently.
ly. differently. Tho church ought always to have
been the first to right tho world's
wrongs, but with a narrow conception
of her mission she has sat with hands in
her lap while other great organizations
have done the work, and although these
organizations drew their inspiration
largely from church members, yet the
success of these reform movements
and benevolent enterprises are not
the churches success. Christianity, is
broader than the church because the
church has separated herself from the
spirit of Christ. Make Christ not mere merely
ly merely tho center of a mere theology or the
patron of an ecclesiasticism, but let us
'7?in Christ as tho Saviour cf vz?zz.

Christ as the brother of man, Christ as
the hope in every discouragement, Christ
as tho reform for every wrong. If tho
pulpits by their silence on the great pub public
lic public questions divorce Christianity from
the forward movements of our civiliza civilization,
tion, civilization, they must be content to occupy a
little place in tho world's thought. If
the preachers would hold their grip on
the masses, they must not withdraw
themselves from the world, but get off
their stilts and come down among the
people, and be the people's men, for
Christ was the people's Christ I
The New Brunswick Restaurant,
Misses Richards & Hallett,
Proprietors.
Board $3-50 per Week.
Regular Aleals 25 Csnts.
Hot lunches, coffee, etc., at all
hours of the day and night. Ex Extra
tra Extra dishes served at moderate
prices. Open Monday. Haisley
block.

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 $1.50 per day.
Special rates by the week.
D. S. LITTLE, Prop.,
OCALA, FLA.
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. 6-6r
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Stalls 1 and 3. City Market, j
will keep constantly on hand a full :
supply of j
PfnriHn and Western Beef
Pork, Mutton. Chickens, Eggs and
Vegetables of all kinds Wifffr
iryouromei uuu
on Ice.
T. A. YANCEY,
Butcher,
City Market, Ocala, Fla.
Fish, Game and Poultry.
Northern and Florida Vegetables.
New York, Chicago and Florida
Meats.
Orders from a distance given
special attention.
The Boston
Tonsorial Artist,
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 ami Shampoo Shampooing
ing Shampooing done in first-class order.
Wffl. JAHES.
Gary Block.
Charles Constans,
Foreign and
Domestic Fruits
Melons on Ice delivered to any
part of the City.
Vegetables and all kinds of
Country Produce.
Candies, Nuts, Tobacco and
Cigars.
Stop when passing and examine
my stock

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W. H. Chaille,

ntlemen's
Board and Lodging.
Opposite Post Office.
Miss M. J.Wilson,
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
Nicest Location in the City.
Special Low Rates by the Week
and Month.
MRS. T. J. OWEN,
PRIVATE BOARDING.
Best of accommodations, quiet and
homelike.
Also have desirably located Cot Cottages
tages Cottages to rent.

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Mrs. D. M. Hick's:E-F-Brown-M'D-
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MILLINERY Physician & Surgeon.

EMPORIUM:
We carry a complete and well as- ;
j sorter! stock of Up-to-date Millinery j
Goods at the j
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Lowest Cash Prices j
Call and examine my stock.
Millinery.
Phe Lfdtest,
Phe LxoWest prices,
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Thomas J- cl?
Justice of the Peace,
j District Marion Co., Fla.
Office in Court House.
Prompt attention given to all Civil
and Criminal Cases under my
Jurisdiction.
OCALA, FLA.
Albert Wright,
Attorney at Law.
Room 3, Merchants' Block,
OCALA,
FLA.
James H. Hill,
Attorney at Law.
County Judge's office in Court
House.
OCALA.
FLA.

A. H. R. Fredrick, M. D.

Physician & Surgeon.
Diseases of Women and Children
a Specialty.
Office opposite Arlington Hotel.
Ocala, Fla.
It. D. Fuller,
Dentist.
Office over Merchants' National
Hank.
OCALA,
FLA.
James Chace,
Dentist.
Office over First National Bank,
OCALA.
FLA.
llox 382, Ocala, Fla.
Treatment of Cancer a specialty.
W. H. Marean, M. D.,
II ome op a tliic
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,
OCALA,
FLA.
John G. Reardon,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in all Courts.
Union Block,
OCALA, FLA.
James D. McConnell,
Attorney at Law.
Office in First National Bank
Block,
OCALA,
FLA.
E. P. Allen,
Attorney at LaAV.
Room 3, Merchants' Block,
OCALA,
FLA.

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laning Mills
At junction of all Railroads.
Hrs. M. D. TAYLOR,
" Fame," Florida's Favorite
Melon, on Ice, delivered to any
Proprietress. part of the city at Gray's. Nice
All kinds of Builders' Materials !lot of chickens just received.
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Repairing,
Bricklaying,
Building,
Plastering,
Pipe Fitting,
or any other kind of Builder's or
Repairer's work while II. Stacy is
at your service. Estimates given.
Address,
H. STAGY,
Ocala, Fla.

Jersey Block ice Cream
is still in the lead.
Exposition street.

JJ. Edwards! Son

Central Hotel,
Mrs. Maud Duran, Proprietress.

rService and Cuisine first class.
Best Private Hotel in the Town.
.Special Low Rates by the week.

BAKERY AND

FANCY GROCERIES

'T. P. Lloyd,

Attorney at Law,

Trade Solicited.

Baptist Witness Building, corner
Fort King and Osceola street.

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City Market,
Dealer in all kinds of

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'Will Pkacticc in all Courts.
G. J. HAGOOD
is now selling
1700D CHEAP FOR CASH

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Yard on Ocklawaha Avenue.

SniTH HOUSE

Large, cool and comfortable
rooms nicely furnished. Best of
.accommodations for the general
.xmd traveling public. Rates $i.oo
per day or $4.00 per week.

North Magnolia Street.

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Meats, Poultry,
Vegetables and Fish.
Bring in your Produce and try my
Goods.

LIDDON BROS.,
Liverymen
First National Bank Block,
Ocala, Fla.
;Fine Livery Turnouts and Saddle
Horses.
Charges Reasonable.
Orders by Telephone or otherwise
will receive prompt attention.

Cheap City Lots

FOR SALE. Inquire at the

Aired Hotel,

vhere also accommodations for the
traveling public will be found.

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. BARRETT.

Office, Ocala Drug Store.

wards Brothers

DEIJLERS IN

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Chicago and
Florida Meats,
Turkeys,
Chickens,

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Sausage
and Country Produce.
Stalls 6 and 8 City Market.?
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, Most Complete and Most
Stylish Line of
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Largo Shady Grounds Grounds-Convenient
Convenient Grounds-Convenient to Street Cars.
Nicely Furnished-
Rates from $7 to $10
per Week.
Reduction made to Families.
and Clitldreinis
Mrs. T. H. Gary.

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Temperance Column.
By the Ocala Temperance Keform Club.

Edited by Hrs. Kate Liddell and Miss Daisy
Hoore.

The Club meets every Sunday afternoon at four
o'clock in Temperance Hall. The Public
are invited.

The Ocala Temperance Reform
Club meets as usual Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Ocala
Musical Club will furnish several
pieces of music. Everybody welcome.

DIED.
O. K. Mo wry died at his home
this morning at 4 o'clock after
being confined to his bed for less
than two days. Dr. Fredrick was
in attendance and when called last
night said that without a s speedy
change for the better he would
not live through the night.
Deceased has only been living in
Ocala a comparative short time
and was in the employ of Mr.
DeVaun, having charge of the
latters shop in his absence, was
highly respected by all and we
deeply deplore his death which was
caused by censumption and heart
disease combined. He leaves a
wife and two daughters to mourn
his loss. The funeral services will
be held this afternoon under the
auspices of the Masons of which
order he was a member.
We extend our sympathies to
the bereaved family.

The Safoorv
The business of licensing' Whis Whiskey
key Whiskey is against the peace, welfare
and morals of the people, and
goverments are organized for the
preservation. Without the law it
would be stamped out as a nui nuisance.
sance. nuisance. The key to the whole
problem is: There is no equation
between protective or regulation
law and sin. Sin cannot be pro protected,
tected, protected, thus justified by law. The
supreme court says: "The statis statistics
tics statistics of every state shows a greater
ainount of crime and misery attrib attributed
uted attributed to the use of ardent spirits
obtained at these retail liquor

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saiuullb tuau any "Lllcr urce. The f0ii0Willg is a sample of the
Such a business has no moral right whidi a printing office

liiiuci pruiceiive or reguiaiion iiw. foreman addresses his iinder-

Why does the saloon live? Did studics: Billy put George Wash-

you ever asK vourseu tne question.' ton on tl d t, fi

vwuai &uuu UUCb u' ur 11 cv'r : ish the murder you commenced yes yes-done?
done? yes-done? The saloon, however is 1 t1n.. eot ti. pn:ntl ne

An exchange says: "After the
Lord made man he saw how help helpless
less helpless he was, and straightway made
woman to wait on him." Yes, and
she's been waiting on him ever
since to become better.

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Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines and
Fancy Goods, Stationery, &c.
Soda Water and Ice Cream.
Physician's Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.

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without a defender upon the ros
trum. No public speaker will take
the negative of the real issue.
Prohibitionists say the saloon is a
nuisance, that it is injurious to the
health, the morals, the peace, and
the financial interests of the peo people.
ple. people. No one will be found to deny
this in public discussions. Anti Anti-prohibition
prohibition Anti-prohibition speakers discuss any anything
thing anything else but the saloon, and yet
that is just the subject they are
logically bound to discuss Per Personal
sonal Personal liberty, sumptuary legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, Timothy with his weak
stomach, these all receive much
attention, but no speaker of self self-respect
respect self-respect or with a reputation to
preserve will argue the merits of
the saloon as a promoter of health
and good morals, a contributor of
law and order, or a purifier of poli politics.
tics. politics. The saloon is absolutely
friendless among the reputable
public speakers andWriters.
W. L. D.

cules and then distribute the small-

nox; you needn't finish the run-a

way matter. Lock up Jeff Davis

and let the pie alone till after din

ner. Put the Lady s Pair to press
and go to the devil and put him to
work on Deacon Fogg's article on

Eternal punishment." r Sumpter

County 1 lmes.
GAS! GAS!

W. G. Barry,

Practical Plumber and Contractor.

Barrys patent air and gas bur

ners are cleaner, cheaper, safer

than wood, ripe gas lights, hre
places and all kinds of stoves for

heating. Not necessary to buy a

stove. Lstimates furnished on all

work. Satisfaction guarnteed.

A. Pittrnan & Go., j L. P. J u mean Laboratory

FOR

P. O. Bo
7i.

The members of the Ocala Lit Literary
erary Literary and Debating society met
last night in the Baptist Witness
office, and not having a quorum
present, adjourned to meet again
next Monday night in the Witness
Hall. There will be important
business to come before the soci society
ety society on that occasion, and it is
hoped that there will be a full at

tendance. There is no institution
in our city that is so helpful to our
3'oung people as this society, and
we trust that all will appreciate it
and give it their hearty support
Sevral hundred acres of land
near Junction City, said to con contain
tain contain cement and fuller's earth,
has been purchased by a syndi syndicate
cate syndicate of New York and England
capitalists. Col. H. S. Duval, the
representative of the company,
says the development of this
property will soon begin and twill

give employment fp five hund hund-lred
lred hund-lred people SuhVpter Co. Times.

A. E. HOLLAND,

Local Agent of the American
Detective Agency of Indianapolis,
Ind., undertakes the recovery of

lost or Stolen property, investiga

tion of crime. Collecting a spe

cialty.

TRAINED NURSE.

Mrs. L. C. Clark, Trained Nurse.

Best of references all over city
and from all local physicians. Call
at Woolf's Bakery. All correspon

dence answered promptly.
OUR LITTLE STORE
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If we always take the cash,
we are sure to get the hash
AT
Our Little Store.
Bacon, Flour, Meal, Grits, Lard,
Butter, Sugar, Crackers, Soap,
Starch, Tobacco, Cigars, Canned
Goods, Etc. Etc.

Also patentee of the Famous
Guano Distributer, which may be
seen at OUR LITTLE STORE.
Ocala, Fla.

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 all
orders by mail or telegram.

Delmonico Hotel.

Handy to Depot.
Best of Table Delicacies.
Large, Nicely
Furnished Rooms.
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Kates $1 per Day.

Special rates by the week.

North Magnolia St.

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ANALYTICAL' AND TECHHICAL CHEMISTRY,
P. O. Box 402. Ocala, Pla.

This Laboratory makes a specialty of Chemical Analysis of
hosphate, but all other kinds of analysis will receive prompt

attention. v e 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.
Assays and Analysis of Earths. Vafers and Fertilizers.
The most auDroved methods followed. All ratnc

reasonable as consistent with high class of work.
Laboratory located on second floor of Southern Fix-press Co's bldg..

The Ocala Photo Co.

opj''tMontezuma Hotel.

inesf Photos, Portraits and Views

French Cafe.

Ocklawaha Avenue and Main Street.

Opposite Ocala House,

Meals Served from
7 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Charges Moderate but Strictly Cash.
Special Orders Extra.

BABIES QUICK AS A WINK!

N. B..

the OARBONET7

IS OUR SPECIALTY

and is made only by us.

Call and see Samples.

TDres:

MRS. M. E. HODGE,
Making and General Sewing.

All Cutting. Sewing and Fitting done in the Latest Style, at the Lowest Prices and
on short notice.
Rooms Upstairs, Worth Side Square. Ocala, Fla.