The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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Vol. 1. No. 61. OCALA, FLORIDA, AUG. 22, 1895. Price Five Cents
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAV IN "THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY.
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IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN.

Some Things You Know and Some
Things You Don't Know.
A fine lot of young fat chickens
for sale today at Gray's.
W. 13. Denham, of Palatka, was
in town yesterday.
Suits to order from $15 up.
Davidson & VanEchop.
J. S. Jolly, of Rochelle, was at
the Montezuma yesterday.
Warren Fitch, of Jacksonville,
was at the Ocala I louse yesterday.
N. S. Volk, of New York, was
in Ocala yesterday.
Reduced prices in every depart department
ment department for cash at The Bazar Store.
W. A. Fulton, of Istachatta, was
in town yesterday.
i Houses to rent from $5 to $15.
Inquire of I. Stevens.
H. T. Klagg, of Jacksonville,
was at the Ocala House yesterday.
All styles Linen Collars and
Cuffs for 10 c. at The Bazar Store.
J. R. Knight, of. Jacksonville,
was in town yesterday.
Chickens, big, little, old and
young, today at Gray's.
Burt Pearson has returned from
St. Leo's college.
Six-room house torrent on South
Third street. Apply to C. D.
' Massey.
Miss May Martin returned today
from her visit to Coronado Beach.
Bring your job work to the Star
office and see how cheap they will
do it for you.
Mrs. Lallie Bangs is expected to
arrive in town today.
F. N. Cooper, Practical Tailor.
Altering, cleaning and repairing.
Over Bazar Store.
The Choral Society meet tonight
in Witness Hall.
Something nice for dinner to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at Misses Richards & Hal Hal-lett's.
lett's. Hal-lett's. S. P. Anthony returned yester yester-from
from yester-from a visit to Indiana.
See our line of Men's Shoes be before
fore before buying.
Davidson & VanEchop.
A. E. Delouest and wife have re
turned from their outing in the
west,
A few White and Colored Vests.
We are closing out at cost.
Davidson & VanEchop.
L. Barchan left today for New
Oak, N. J., where he will engage
in the mercantile business.
See our windows. A "Big Job"
Half Hose Goods, worth 20 c. for
12c. The Bazar Store.
Fred Robertson, jr., of the
Brooksville News-Register, was in
the city yesterday.
Choice, fresh water fish just re received
ceived received today at J. W. Davis', City
Market.
E. B. Richardson's stable will
furnish you a first-class turnout
cheaper than elsewhere. Call and
try his teams.
Major A. Martin, the traveling
freight agent for the E. T., V. &
G. railway, is in the city on a short
visit.

A FERTILIZER FACTORY

GOOD PROSPECTS OF OCALA
HAVING ONE
In the Near Future Captain Wells's
Big Meeting Last
Night.
MANY PLANS PROPOSED.
The citizens' meeting in the
Ocala house dining room last
night was well attended by our
best citizens, over 100 being pres-
ent, and much interest was mani-!
fested in the schemes discussed.
Mayor Reardon took the chair
and called the meeting to order,
and Capt. Wells rose to address
the meeting.
capt. wells's speech.
Capt. Wells said Ocala, with her
population, was entitled to more
business industries that we did
not have enough to employ our
populace, Said he: "We have ev every
ery every advantage, both natural and
artificial, to make a flourishing
city. We only need one other
thing, and that is manufacturing
industries; and that is what we are
here for tonight to discus plans
g
to promote these industries."
He then showed a plan of a fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer plant he had put in in South
Carolina at a cost of 70,000, and
advised Ocala to have one of $100, $100,-000,
000, $100,-000, as more profitable than a
small one.
Some present thought that too
large, but the captain said we
could get the money, and pledged
himself to raise $30,000 of it.
Capt. Wells read a prospectus of
a factory he drew up before the
freeze, and said he had at the time
of the freeze $ 100,000 subscribed,
principally among the merchants
and farmers, and a large amount
promised from the north. j
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ne aavisea maKing ine siock
into small shares, so that farmers,
mechanics, operatives and every everybody
body everybody could own a few, and put in
their time or products.
He thought Ocala the most suit suitable
able suitable point for the location of the
factory, on account of her railroads
and geographical position.
He said if this factory was es established
tablished established so that the farmer could
get a good grade of fertilizer cheap,
then they would go to raising cot cotton
ton cotton and other crops extensively,
and this would at once call for a
cotton factory, which we would
then be in a position to build.
The captain said we could make
a high grade fertilizer at $17 to $20
per ton, whereas now we pay $35
to $40 for it.
He said he had been engaged
for 3Q years in the mining and
manufacture of fertilizers, and
knew what he was talking about.
c. s. Clarke's speech.
C. S. Clarke, one of the largest
phosphate shippers in Florida,
then gave a short and forcible ad
dress, indorsing all the captain had
said and agreeing with him that
we wanted the factory.
He cited the marvelous growth

of Ocala since he came here five

years ago.
Mr. Clarke said Florida pro produced
duced produced annually 500,000 tons of
high grade phosphate, almost all
of which was shipped to Europe.
England used one million tons of
fertilizers annually, against one
and a half million in the United
States.
He thought the reason there had
been no factories started hereto heretofore
fore heretofore in Florida was that when first
discovered rock brought a great
price, and the supply did not equal
the demand. He said the time was
now ripe for the establishment of
these factories. The rock was
plentiful and cheap.
Mr. Clarke said the salvation of
our country depended upon the
utilization of our resources, of
which we had an unlimited supply
and variety. "When this is done,"
said he, "we shall see a steady
boom in Florida."
Mr. Clarke said we were now
getting $3 for rock when we ought
to get $7 per ton, and if we got to
using our surplus at home, so that
we did not have to sell, we would
force foreign countries to pay us
that price, as Florida has a mono monopoly
poly monopoly on phosphate for the whole
world.
A COMMITTEE
of 100 leading citizens of Marion
and adjoining counties was ap appointed
pointed appointed from a list Capt. Wells
had prepared, and it was moved
and carried that an executive com committee
mittee committee of five or seven be ap appointed,
pointed, appointed, with the authority to ap appoint
point appoint such committees.
The appointment of this com committee
mittee committee was carried from a sugges suggestion
tion suggestion made by Dr. Torrey.
Mayor Reardon then read some
resolutions that we build a railroad
to some point on the gulf to give
us a direct outlet, also that we ap
prove of the building of the Silver
Springs road, and aid it all that we
can, which was unanimously car carried.
ried. carried. Capt. Wells then read a resolu resolution
tion resolution that a vote of thanks be given
the press of Ocala for their able
assistance in the enterprise.
The meeting then adjourned to
meet at a future time.
All seemed determined to make
something out of this beginning
and follow up our opportunities.
Space forbids our giving any
more of the result of this most in interesting
teresting interesting and profitable meeting.
Capt. Wells, we must say, is enti entitled
tled entitled to great consideration for the
interesting part he took in this
work.
Pants to measure, $4, guaran guarantee
tee guarantee a fit.
Davidson & VanEchop.
Take your children, wife and
sweethearts, and everybody else,
to Dr. Mitchell's after supper to tonight,
night, tonight, to eat cjeam and drink soda
for the fire boys.
Any person wishing a good pas pasture
ture pasture for either horses or cattle will
please call on B. H. Seymour,
Ocala, Fla. Terms reasonable.
36- 2VV
Have you seen our new 85 cent
Negligee Shirts? Just a few left.
Davidson & VanEchop.

Watches, Jewelry
AND OPTICAL GOODS.
Gleaning, Repairing and Engraving.
GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS WORK.

North Side Square, Ocala, Fla.

A rJE IHrs a

Fred

R. B. Mitchell & Co.

DEALERS IN

Drugs, Chemicals,
Fancy Goods,
Soda Water and Ice Cream.
Physician's Prescriptions
Post Office :

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.

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oppose Montezuma Hotel.

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BABIES QUICK AS A WINK!

N. B...THE OA RBONBTTE IS OUR SPECIALTY
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and is made only by us.

Call and see Samples.

HiHi Grade Goods,
Low Grade Prices.
Repairing and Engraving.
AH Work Guaranteed at A. E. BurOett'S, Jeweler
Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.

Patent Medicines,
Stationery, &c.
CorefuIIy Compounded.
Drug Store.
Photo Co. &23
0 rtra its and Views.



The Evening Star

Grand Bicycle Tournament at
; Jacksonville, Aug. 27, 1895. Music
: by Fifth Battalion Band, of Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. There will be $500 in prizes
The Best, Most Complete and Most
PORTER St HARDING, Publishers.
i distributed. Tickets on sale Aug.
26, good until Aug. 29 inclusive.
Round trip to Jacksonville, $2; to
St. Augustine, $2 50. Apply to
R. G. Blake, ciy ticket agent, or
John Dozie, depot.
Stylish. Line of
SUBSCRIPTION 50 CENTS PER nONTH.
$5.00 per Year.
Sets, per Copy at News Stands.

A number of the leading week weeklies
lies weeklies of the state copied our edito editorial
rial editorial on the United States senator senator-ship
ship senator-ship with favorable comment. It
is very evident that the best peo people
ple people in Florida have lost confidence
in Mr. Call, and his re-election in
'97 is entirely out of the question.
And as for Mr. Charles Dougherty
well,' he isn't "in it."

SABBATH DESECRATOR.
Senator Call has published a list
of Florida appointments for the
months .of October and November,
including Sundays. A man who
has no more regard for the Chris Christian
tian Christian Sabbath than to desecrate it
by discussing, politics with his
friends, is morally unfit to occupy
a place in the'Uni ted "States Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. Let the Christian people of
Florida note this fact.
PRAIRIE SCHOONERS.
Four western prairie schooners
passed through Ocala yesterday
and stopped to rest a few min min-utes:
utes: min-utes: in the shade of the Gary
building.
They were from western Texas,
and bad been since winter coming
through.
Their horses were badly run
down, arid everything looked dilap dilapidated:
idated: dilapidated: They were searching for the
promised land, and said they would
stop at DeLand.
Ths ; people doubtless left Tex Texas
as Texas before the freeze visited us.
A WEEK AT ST. MARTINS.
A Place Where Any One Can
Have a Good Time.
Crowded out of today's issue.
Will appear tomorrow.
ATTENTION, TAX-PAYERS
The tax book for 1894 will close
the 1st of September and property
will be advertised for sale first
Monday in October next.
Come and pay your taxes and
save expenses. F. D. Pooser,
Tax Collector Marion county, Fla.
July 30, 1895.
FOR SALE.
Eight-room cottage in the city
of Ocala. Lot contains 2 acres,
with stable, carriage house, ser servants'
vants' servants' house, well, cistern, fruits,
flowers, etc.
Fifteen acres good land under
fence adjoining, just outside city
limits, can be leased for a term of
years very low if desired. Enquire
at this office.
SAILOR HATS
Two cases just received.
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All
the latest styles" at
Mrs. C. A. Brown's.
Watches cleaned for 50 cents.
50 cent crystals, 25 c. 25 cent
crystals 15 c.
Pins and breastpins 10 c, and
all other work done on watches,
jewelry and sewing machines in
proportion.
Work guaranteed to give satis satisfaction.
faction. satisfaction. Next door to the post of office,
fice, office, in W. W. Condon's music and
jewelry store.

Grand Cheap Excursion via the
F. C. & P. to Pablo Beach Aug. 27,
1895. Colored Knights of Pythias
competitive drill. The gold medal
won bv Excelsior Division, No. 4.
from St. Pvthian Division, No. 5, of

j Ocala, at the Grand Lodge held in
ucaia m i93,wiii be contested ior
by the following divisions: Eastern
Star, No. 1, St. Augustine; St.
Pythian, No. 5, Ocala; Gulf, No. 6,
Tampa; Excelsior, No. 4, Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Drill to take place on the
beach at Pablo at 3 p m. Aug. 27.
Round trip from Ocala $2, on reg regular
ular regular trains Aug. 26. good to return
until Aug. 29, 1895. Everybody
go and have a good time. Take
in the Jacksonville Bicycle Tour Tournament
nament Tournament the same trip. For tickets
and other information apply to R.
G. Blake, city ticket agent, or John
Dozier, depot.
R. D: Puller,
Dentist.
Office oyer Merchants' National
Bank.
OCALA,
FLA.
James Ohace
Dentist.
Office over First National Bank
OCALA,
FLA.
J. A. Pittman & Co.,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Dealers in Coffins, Iron and Wood
en 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.
GAS! GAS!
W. Q. Barry, p-
Practical Plumber and Contractor.
Office in Jlerchants National Bank Block.
Fitting up Shop North Magnolia St.
Barry Patent Gas Burner for
heating- Cook Stoves, Log in Fire Fireplaces,
places, Fireplaces, Heating Stoves, Lighting
Cigars in hotels and stores is the
best to be found in the market and
Cheaper than wood, coal, gasoline
or oil and cleaner and safe.
I have a full assortment of sup supplies,
plies, supplies, such as Gas Pipes, Fittings,
Burners for lights and heating pur purposes,
poses, purposes, Chandeliers, Fire Logs for
fireplaces, etc.
Having had 17 years experience
in the gas business, am fully pre prepared
pared prepared to do all classes of work in
this line and
Guarantee Satisfaction.
French Cafe.
OCKLAWAHA AVENUE AND MAIN STREET.
Opposite Ocala House,
OCAIA,
Meals Served from
. 7 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Charges Moderate but Strictly Cash,
Special Orders Extra.

CLOTfflNG
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ANALYTICAL AND: TECHHIGAL CHEMISTRY,
P. O. Box 402. Ocala, Fla
This Laboratory makes a specialty of Chemical Analysis of;
Phosphate, but all other kinds of analysis will receive prompt
attention. We have the patronage of the Gie des. Phosphates
de France; Messrs Thuiller & Clarke, the Consolidated Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Co., and: their clients..
Assays and Analysis of Earths. Waters and Fertilizers.
The most approved methods followed. All rates as
reasonable as consistent with high class of work,
jg-Laboratory located on second floor of Southern Express Co'sbldg.

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TURNING? WINDOW and DOOR FRAHES, CABINETS, and all kinds of
Carpenter and Job Work. A full supply of
Rouffh and Dressed Seasoned Lumber Constantly on Hand at
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
NORTH OF F. C. & P. DEPOT. OCALA, FLA.

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FINE DRESS GOODS,

Laces

and

Trunks and Valises.
Agents for Butteriekzs Patterns
OUR MOTTO: We study to please our customers.
Ocala, : ? Florida.

MRS. M. E. HODGE,
Dress Making and General Sewing.
AlllCuttln?. Sewing and Fitting done in the Latest Style, at the Lowest Prices and
on short notice.
Rooms U pstalrs, Morth Side Square. Oealo, Pla.

PATRONIZE
OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP,
c. v. m c c o v
PROPRIETOR.
The oldest and best established
Barber in the city. Only expert
workmen employed.
Take your dinner tomorrow at
Misses Richards & Hallett's. You
will get a good meal for 25 c.

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.Notions, Shoes,

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Embroidery,
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HAS MOVED HER IMMENSE
Stock of Millinery Goods
to her old stand on Exposition street, street,-where
where street,-where she will continue to sell all the
Latest Goods
in her line at prices within the reach of
alL, She has everything in the Mili Mili-nery
nery Mili-nery line. v
Gall and See Her-Stocky.
If you want a good daily paper,
The Star will suit you.

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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.
T. P. Lloyd,
Attorney at Law,
X3iooIctririllo9 XIsx.
Will Practicc in all Courts.
John G. Beardon,
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 Law.
Room 3, Merchants' Block,
OCALA, 1 FLA.
A. H. R. Fredrick, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Diseases of Women and Children
a Specialty.
Office opposite Arlington Hotel.
Ocala, Fla.
E. F. Brown, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon.
Box 382, Ocala, Fla.
Treatment of Cancer a specialty.
W. H. Marean, M. D.,
Homeopathic
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.



Temperance Column.
By the Ocala Temperance Reform Club.
Edited by J. A. Aiut d -n.
The Club meets every Sunday afternoon at four
o'clock in Temperance Hall. The Public
are invited.
THE SALOONS MUST GO.
In order that the best interests
of our city and community may be
maintained and advanced, the sa saloons
loons saloons must go. And by such an
.assertion we don't mean for them
to go right along in their ruinous
work, with legal authority; nor
upon licenses based upon illegal
permits, as they are now; but we
mean they must go out of exist existence.
ence. existence. Now, right here, some people,
who, perhaps, may be well-wishers
of the temperance cause, will
-charge us with talking at random,
and not knowing what we are say saying;
ing; saying; that they believe in stopping
the evil influences of the liquor
traffic, but that high license, the
dispensary system, or some other
system, is the remedy not prohi prohibition,
bition, prohibition, as they consider.it impossi impossible,
ble, impossible, and are therefore declaring
that "prohibition won't prohibit"
And then we hear the saloon ele element
ment element taking up the same cry, "Pro "Prohibition
hibition "Prohibition won't prohibit," until we
"have to look closely at. and study
.-some men, to conclude whether or
not they really want prohibition
to prohibit.
We would not be surprised next
to hear of the saloonkeepers them themselves,
selves, themselves, in presenting their peti petitions
tions petitions for signatures, emphasizing
the same cry, "Prohibition won't
prohibit," "if we fail to, get li li-censes,
censes, li-censes, we will sell liquor ail the
same."
Now, we want to show, if we can
briefly, the superior c'atrps of pro prohibition
hibition prohibition over any license system.
First, prohibition has God's
sanction and approval, while the
liquor traffic, in any form, has his
rown of disapproval resting upon
it, and woe to all at the last day
who will be found to have been
stubbornly fighting against God.
Then the liquor traffice is recog recognized
nized recognized throughout the world as a
great evil and producer of crime,
.and surely the prohibition rather
than the licensing of crime should
meet the favor of every one.
The long catalogue of crimes
which are continuously being com committed
mitted committed are not licensed directly,
"but on the contrary are prohibited
by the statute books, but neverthe nevertheless,
less, nevertheless, in licensing the liquor traffic,
these crimes are licensed, and are
increasing to an alarming extent.
We insist upon the prohibition
of the liquor traffic because it
places the law on our side.
But the same old cry is hurled at
us "Prohibition won't prohibit"
and our opponents remind us of
d8S7, when Marion county "went
lry" and club-houses were estab established.
lished. established. We admit, from the same stand standpoint
point standpoint Sam Jones does, that "prohi "prohibition
bition "prohibition won't prohibit." He says
that "prohibition won't prohibit,"
and that neither will an ax cut
wood, but that somebody must be
behind each to do the work.
And right, here we want to say
that if those representative busi business
ness business men who worked so zealously
in 1887 to secure prohibition, had
labored half as hard to enforce it,
there wouldn't be such a continual
wail going up about prohibition not
prohibiting.
But we want to ask the opposers
of prohibition this question:
If the saloon men; during the
two years of nrohibition, were get

ting along so well, rui ning their
secret club-rooms, having no li licenses
censes licenses to pay, and experiencing no
inconveniences whatever, then why
were they so anxioas at the end of
that period to call another elec election?
tion? election? Ah! they knew they were occu occupying
pying occupying a dangerous position, and
they wanted to get back under the
sheltering arms of the law.
And so we want the law on our
side to protect us.
Of course it would only prohibit
as it was enforced, and some time
might be required to make the law
very effective, though we believe
we have a heajthier prohibition
sentiment than we had in 1887.
However, prohibition is not the

'only law that doesn't always 'pro
hibit.
We claim that even low dives
I under prohibition are not as dan
gerous to the youth of our city as
the enticing, gilded palace under
license. Drunkards are simply
finished in the former, while they
are made in the latter.
Let us rise up in our rnjghtand
demand that the saloon must go.
A. B. HOLLAND,
, Local Agent of; the, American
Detective Agency of Indianapolis,
Ind., undertakes the recovery of
lost or stolen property, investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. of crime. Collecting a spe specialty.
cialty. specialty. J. W. D,
'avis,
City Market,
Dealer in all kinds of
Florida and Western
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Meats, Poultry,
Vegetables and Fish.
Bring in your Produce and try my
Goods.
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DEBLERS IN
Chicago and
Florida Meats,
Turkeys,
Chickens,
Eggs,
Sausage
and Country Produce.
Stalls 6 and 8 City Market.
Times Are Hard
and you need not deny it. But you will
forget it when you buy Groceries and
General Family Supplies of -the
Oea-a Commercial & Exchange Corarany.
They also run a Tailoring Department
where they do Repairing, Cleaning and
Dyeing, All work done to order and sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction guaranteed.
S. C. Wright,
Business Manager.
Exposition St.; Mitcrell's Block, Ocala, Fla.

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Jeweler and Engraver.
SPECIAL PRICES.
At Carlisle's Drug Store
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The Plant System have.on their
sum mer, rates to t. Petersburg;
Tarpon Springs, Clear Water, and
for points on the east coast, for
rates to all summer resorts call on
F. J. Huber, Ticket Agent,
Fla. So. Depot, or
C. F. Faires, City Ticket Agent,
Ocala House.
Straw Hats we are almost giving
away. Davidson 8c Van Ec hop.
Excursion Rates via Plant Sys System.
tem. System. On Au. 18 and 19 will sell
round trip ticket to Lake City,
3 26; Live Oak, S3. 50; Bainbridge,
$4 50; Thomasville, 84. 50; Chatta Chattahoochee,
hoochee, Chattahoochee, $5 50. If you are going
to West Florida and want the most
direct and quickest route, donft
fail to call on C. F. Faires,
City Ticket Asrt, Ocala House.
F. J. Huber.
Ticket Agt., Fla. So. Pass. Depot.
The Covenant Building and
Loan association will pay you 8 per
cent for the use of your money, or
loan you theirs at 6 per cent.
Which do you prefer ? M. M.
Little will explain to you.
Cheap Rate to Atlanta via F. C.
& P. Railroad, on Monday, Aug.
19, good for 4 days. The F. C. &
P. will sell tickets from Jacksonville
to Atlanta and return for $5 Par Parties
ties Parties wishing to take advantage of
tehe rate can buy a round trip ticket
to Lake City, good for 10 days, by
train leaving Ocala 1:05 Monday
morning, connecting with train
out from Jacksonville 7 a.m. Mon Monday
day Monday or 6:20 p.m. Monday for At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, making trip to Atlanta and
return cost $8.25.
To Trade. A good improved
Missouri farm, in southeast Mis Missouri.
souri. Missouri. The Ozark mountain sec section
tion section and home of the big red apple,
for a Florida property. Owner
lives in Florida. Enquire at this
office.
Cheap annual August excursion
to West Florida via F. C. & P.,
Aug. 18, 1895. Tickets good for
ten days returning-. Ocala to Lake
City, 3 25; Live Oak, $3.50; Mad Madison,
ison, Madison, $4; Tallahassee and Monti Monti-cello,
cello, Monti-cello, $4 50; Quincy, $5; River
Junction, $5.50. Leaves Ocala,
No. 14, 1:05 a.m. Monday. Tickets
on sale by R. G. Blake, city ticket
agent, or John Dozier, depot.

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W. H. Chaille,
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Laoies a
men's
Board and Lodging.
Opposite Post Office.
We carry a full line of
Choice Staple and Fancy Git cries
also in con connection a first class
BAKERY.
Bread, Cakes and Pies baked
bv best Baker in the city.
RESTAURANT
at rear of store. First class
fare for the local and traveling
public. Give us a trial.
I E iMbU lif ill UU JWt UIIB
Baptist Witness Building, corner
Fort King and Osceola street.
n. k. wiLLinm,
Tonsorial Artist.
Hair Cutting,
Shaving,
Dyeing
and: Shampooing
iPpne in Latest" Style. Call
and give me a trial,
Montezuma block, Ocala, Fla.
V
Large, cool and comfortable
rooms nicely furnished. Best of
accommodations' for the general
and traveling public. Rates $1.00
per day or $4.00 per week.
North MagnoUa Street.
Central Hotel,
Mrs. Maud Duran, Proprietress.
Service and Cuisine first class.
Best Private Hotel in the Town.
Special Low Rates by the week.
L. S. BLACK,
Stall No. 11. City Market.
FRESH FISH' ON ICE DAM.
Fresh water varieties Bream and
Trout.
Salt water varieties constantly on
hand.
Country Produce,
Eggs and Poultry,
Bought and Sold.
E3rices cheaper than any in the
market.
PLANT SYSTEM FOR BOSTON,
TRIENNIAL CONCLAVE, KNIGHTS
TEMPLAR.
On 5ug. 20 and 21, will sell to
Boston via Savannah and steam steamship,
ship, steamship, round trip $34-40; via Mal Malory
ory Malory line 31.90.
On Aug. 23, 24 and 25, will sell
viaali rail to Boston and return,
$38 25, and with variable routes be beyond
yond beyond New York as follows: Rail to
Nevv York and beyond New York,
rail in one direction and sound in
the other, $39.13. Rail to New
York and beyond New York, one
rail route going and another re returning,
turning, returning, $39.93. Rail to New
York and beyond New York, one
sound going and another returning,
$38.34 All tickets good to return
until Sept. 30, 1895, by application
to ticket agent at terminal line.
For further information, tickets,
etc., call on C. F. Faires,
City Ticket Agent, Ocala house
office, or F. J. Huber,
Ticket Agent, Passenger Station.
Use "Dead Stuck." Kill bugs,
roaches, mosquitos. 25 c. bottle at
I he liazar Store.

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The New Brunswick Restaurant
Misses Richards & HaSleti,
..Proprietors.
Board S3. 50 per Week.
Regular Meals 25 Cent.
Hot lunches, coffee, etc., at all.
hours of the day and night. Kx
tra dishes served at moderate
prices.
Hear Dukes- Corner BSlk
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 75 c. to $1.50 per da)'.
Special rates by the week.
D. S. LITTLE, Prop.,
OCALA, FLA.

John W. Pearson,
14 I UUICUIIj
state Apt.
n
Phosphate and
Timber Lands.
(ity property
Bought, Sold and Rented.
OCAIA, XJLwV.
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 Ga$j131ockt is able to please
all customers. Come and see me.
Hair Cutf.jbhaving and Shampoo Shampooing
ing Shampooing done in first-class order.
WM. JAflES.
Gary Block.
Ocala, Fla.
JOHN E. DAVIS,
DEALER IN-
Groceries and General Family Supplies,
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.,
General Country Produce.
Fruit bought and soldi Prices the
lowest.
Two doors west of Mitchell Block,
Exposition street.
, ;
Thomas J. Clary,
J ustice of the Peace,
First District, Marion Co., Fla.
Office in, Court House.
Prompt attention given to all Civil
and Criminal Cases, under my
Jurisdiction.
OCALA, FLA.
he LfOtest,
phe Lfovfest Prices,
AT
rows
0
n n n 'f 10
0 KdJQ UlfUUKdJUXiJT
Proprietor of the only first class
Colored Barber Shop in the city.
I have taken charge of my old
. it
siana on exposition r., inree
doors west of First National Bank
building and solicit your patronage.
I am fully prepared to do Shaving,
Hair Cutting a: d Shampooing in
the latest styl Only first class
men employed. Give me a call.

Millinery.

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WHAT TO READ.
Dr. Theodore L. Cuyler Gives the Names of
the Books that Have Helped Him Hints
that All May Follow.
( Cc7iti?iued from last Issue. )
ang into a wide American popu popularity.
larity. popularity. Dr. Alexander MacLaren
of Manchester told me that he
'was more indebted to Cartyle for
mental inspiration than to any
other man." I acknowledge alos
a debt of gratitude to Carlyle; he
has often acted like a "blizzard" on
my mental stagnation. But Ma Ma-caulay
caulay Ma-caulay 1 almost know by heart. If
Uunyan taught me the power of
idomatic English, Macaulay has
always been to me the model of
perspicuity in the art of putting
things. All his oracular judg-
mf2. T r-jnnnf QiiVcrriViP tn Kill"
, . ... .
ins style is still, to ray thinking,
. i
well nigh faultless. Alongside ot
Macaulay stand my six volumes ot
Daniel Webster's massive and
magnificent orations. That reply
to Hayne in the senate cham cham-ler
ler cham-ler still remains, and is likely
to, as the high water mark of sono sonorous
rous sonorous and lolty American eloquence.
Webster is unsurpassed in the
power of statement, a most impor important
tant important point for every preacher. Too
much preaching is what Robert
Hall called a "continent of mud."
I have my favorite masters of
the pulpit whose discourses have
given me great delight. Among
living preachers MacLaren of Man Manchester
chester Manchester is to me facile princeps.
Our young ministers will find in
2iim a model of lucid style, and
keen insight into the very core of
Uible truth. In illustrations he is
unequaled. Robertson of Brighton
vas of immense service to me, not
in teaching me sound doctrine,
but in stirring thought and in

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" F F MOFF Rr PO Drab Fta rh.

"I have named her Marion

arousing courage in the utterance,
of honest convictions. He was an
intelligent prodigy of homiletics.
My beloved friend Spurgeoo's ser sermons
mons sermons have taught me how to pre present
sent present vital evangelical truth in the
racy dialect of the common people.
He is the prince of preach preachers
ers preachers to the masses. Among
American preachers Dr. Horace
Bushnell has been to me the most
nutritious and fertilizing; he reach reaches
es reaches elevations and depths beyond
Phillips Brooks, although I admire
greatly the Boston Boanerges. Dr.
Edward D. Griffin's grand dis discourses
courses discourses were much studied in my
early ministry.
But little of my life has been
spent ever works of fiction. I had
rather re-read one of Scott's mas.
terpieces than almost any one else
, a ,. J n
for the first time. "Eclipse is first,
ipse
and the rest nowhere." Dickens I
devoured in my youth, and owe
much to him in awakening human humanitarian
itarian humanitarian sympathies. Among the
best thumbed books in my library
are Dr. John Brown's, the creator
of the immortal "Rab and "His
Friends." Of the poets my favor favorites
ites favorites are .Wordsworth, Cowper, Ten Tennyson,
nyson, Tennyson, Burns and my brave old
Quaker friend, Whittier. Hym Hym-nology
nology Hym-nology has always been a delight,
and helpful also in my pulpit min ministrations.
istrations. ministrations. The whole range of skeptical
literature from Hume to Huxley, I
have severely let alone. Why swal swallow
low swallow poison, and then run the risks
of the emetics and the stomach
pumps? Nor have I given much
attention to works on Apologetics.
Christianity is self-evidencing; and
our commission is "preach the
word," and God will take care of
it. I have never felt called to en engage
gage engage in the controversial or apolp-

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after Marion County, Fla." xim

getic methods of preaching, arjd
therefore can name no books as of
especial value in these lines. My
rule has been to read tonic workt;
and my literary recreations have
been in histories, reviews, biogra biographies,
phies, biographies, and volumes of travel. As
I glance over my library, several
volumes seems to rebuke me, and
to say "why don't you name me?"
Sure enough; T cannot crowd all
these beloved companions into the
small compass of a newspaper
article, and those that I have
named will indicate the kind of
material and spiritual diet that I
have found most healthful and in invigorating.
vigorating. invigorating. And the Book of
Books is worth more than them
all. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Fall styles and s mples received.
Call and see them.
Davidson & VanEchop.
If you have an old book that you
wish to preserve, t?ke it to the
Witness job office and have it
bound.
The silver medal contest in the
hall this evening will be very inter interesting
esting interesting as well as instructive. The
program consists of reading, reci recitations,
tations, recitations, singing and tableaux.
Come one, come all. Admission,
10 cents.
In order to reduce our stock and
make room for fall goods, we will
make a discount of 10 per cent on
all cash purchases to Sept. i.
Davjdson & VanEchop.
Prof. L. M. Hatton is meeting
with very flattering success in or organizing
ganizing organizing and getting pupils for his
business college, and says there
will be no doubt of his being able
to establish his schcoU This is a
much needed improvement in
Ocala, and we must help the pro professor
fessor professor to make a success of it.

quarters, but don't be
seared for G rover C. is

bound to take care of the
infant industries. We

are bound to lookout for
our customers by reducing-
prices. If you want
anything in the line of
Furniture, we are now

wearing our summer and

hardtime prices and
nuote you a discount of

per cent, on all Cash

purchases in the JN ext

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Gordon ami Lamar at Chau Chautauqua.
tauqua. Chautauqua. The ovation lately extended two
Southern men at Chautauqua as assembly
sembly assembly is an indication of the
rapid eradication of sectional feel feel-ifig.
ifig. feel-ifig. Gen. John B. Gordon, United
States Senator from Georgia, and
Rev. A. W. Lamar, D. D pastor
of the First Baptist church, Gal Galveston,
veston, Galveston, Texas, talked of the South
during the war from what Dr.
Henson calls the tallest, broadest
platform in the world. And what
they said was received with vocif vociferous
erous vociferous applause. No compromise
of principle or opinion, no boot bootlicking
licking bootlicking was indulged in by the
speakers. They presented their
subjects with admirable candor,
and were respected, honored and
highly praised for them. It is now
more evident than ever before that
the man, North or South, who
cherishes the hatreds and indulges
in the vituperations of the past is
wholly out of sympathy with the
representative people of this na nation.
tion. nation. He is a back number.
In a masterly manner the men
who tought and suffered during
the late war are doing what they
can to make us one, people a
brotherhood of American patriots.
Figures do not lie. Multiply $36
by 7 and you have $500 provided
you invest seven times thirty-six
with the Covenant Building and
Loan association. Ask M. M.
Little about it.
Call at tlio
Magnolia Barber Shop
V
and Hliiivin.
All work done in Moderd Style and
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
A. G. BDLL, Proprietor,
. West JrSitle of Sciutxre.

our Hammocks
jpjf"
at Cost.
SsrsasHSHHESEEHsascsasHsasa.
One lot of
Furniture
slightly
damaged
at 50 cents
on the Dollar.
Florida's Favorite Melon.
" Fame," Florida's Favorite
Melon, on Ice, delivered to any
part of the city at Gray's. Nice
lot of chickens just received J
Jersy Block ice Oream
is still in the lead.
Exposition street.
Delmonico Hotel..
Handy to Depot.
Best of Table Delicacies.
Large, Nicely
Furnished Rooms.
Rates $1 per Day.
Special rates by the week.
North Magnolia St.
LIDDON BROS.,
Liverymen
First National 13ank Block,
Ocala, Fla.
Fine Livery Turnouts and Saddle
Horses.
Charges Reasonable.
Orders by Telephone or otherwise otherwise-will
will otherwise-will receive prompt attention.
Montezuma
MRS. X. K. C. BATTY, PROPRIETRESS.
OCALA, - FLA-
Rates $2 to $2.50
Per Day.
Of
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK.
FREE SAMPLE ROOU-

Hotel,

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