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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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 )

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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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University of Florida
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Full Text
Vol. -1. No. 24.

OCALA, FLORIDA, JULY 25, 1895.
Price Five Cents
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN "THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY.

IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN.

Some Things You Know and Some
Things You Don't Know.

Kelsey Plums in quantities to
preserve, at Charles Constans.
J. O. Mathews was in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday.
Large Photo Envelopes io for
5 cents at the Bazar Store.
Mrs. J. E. Bargannier left last
night for a visit to Wadleigh, Ga.
Six-room house for rent on South
Third street. Apply to C D.
Massey.
Cheap excursion on the Florida
Southern to Jacksonville tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. ; : y- :
The finest lot of Georgia
Peaches ever seen- in Ocala at
C haries Cons tan s.
D. S. Woodrow is able to attend
to business again after a short illness.

LeConte Pears to preserve, by
the peck, bushel or barrel, received
today at Charles Constans.
Miss Mattie King returned from
a visit to relatives in Alachua
county yesterday.
Nice ripe Peaches and Bananas
to make your mouth water.
Charles Constans.
Sol Brown is working up the big
F. C. & P. excursion to Fernan Fernan-dina
dina Fernan-dina Saturday night.
If you have an old book that you
wish to preserve, take it to the
Witness job office and have it
bound.
Found, one short, flat padlock

key, stamped "U. S. A." and "No.
i." Call and get same.
"Dead Stuck" kills bed bugs,
roaches, mosquitos, and all kinds
of insects. 2; cents at the Bazar

Store.

Miss Maud Harrison leaves for
Anthony tomorrow.

Chickens, big, little, old and
young, today at Gray's.
R. T Murrel has returned from
Georgia, where he has been en engaged
gaged engaged in shipping fruit.
Lost. Bunch of keys. Finder
will please return same to Ocala
house barber shop.
Miss Kate Baskin and Iiss Eva
and sister, from Anthony, are in
town today on a shopping expedi expedition.
tion. expedition. A fine lot of young fat chickens
for sale today at Gray's.
Miss Anna James, who has been
visiting John Liddoh, returned to
her home in Leesburg this afternoon.

Grand cheap excursion to Tam-

VOTED DOWN.

Watches

Up to the time of going to press
2i votes had been cast for bonds

and 140 against bonds.

fThe following parties left the

city today via the Plant system :
J F. Charles for Cedar Rapidsja.;

Rev. S. S. Murphy, for Tuscola,

111 ; Wm. Bacheller, wife and

daughter, for Marietta, Ga., and

ivirs. w. u. jranam ior some

point in Georgia.

The Ocala Choral society have

received the copies of the opera,

"The Pirates of Penzance," and

will now begin to rehearse in ear

nest in the Witness hall. This

popular society of home talent will

render this well known and favor-

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

North Side Square, Ocaia, Fla.

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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.
Miss May Martin and Mrs. Bangs
and little daughter Frances It ft to today
day today on the noon train for St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, where they will spend a

short vacation by the sea.
Rev. Robert Lb veil, of Apopka,

Fla., will preach at the Baptist
church in this city next Sunday
morning and evening. Let every everybody
body everybody turn out and hear this young

thins: that will be well worth see

ing.

pa via the F. C. & P. on Monday, ite opera early in the fall, and cur

July 29. Train leaves Ocala 2:53 j people can look forward to same-

p. in. kjuuu lu rcLurn .nug. i. pz
for round trip.
Will and Gordon Sinclair and
Maurice Richie went to Lake
Weir on a fishing and and hunting
expedition of a few days.
Albert Birdsey, the genial busi business
ness business manager of the News, re re-turned
turned re-turned this evening from a two
weeks' visit in Georgia and South
Carolina.

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 every-thing
thing every-thing in the grocery line. Country Produce,
Chickens and Eggs bought and sold. Bread,
Pies and Cakes fresh from the bakery.

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One Door North from City Market, Ocala, Fla.

High Grade Goods,
Low Grade Prices.

Miss lola liddon entertained a

few friendg last evening, at her divine.

home, with vocal and instrumental

music ; The PiantN system will

Johnny Reardon, while playing
with one of Allen Rodgers's big

bears in the old zoo yesterday, had

his finger badly, bitten. The

wound is very painful and may re

suit in his losing the finger. He

was trying to pat the bear, and
wile putting his nose through the

bars of the cage Bruin snapped his

finger. Johnny will know better

than to monkey with a bear next

time.

Miss Mamie Harrison, who for

the past month has been visiting
Miss Bessie Moody, leaves for her

Georgia home tomorrow. Miss
Harrison was a former resident of

Ocala, her father being still one of

us, but when just budding into
young girlhood she left for

(jeorgia, where she has attended

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Repa

iring and Engraving.

All Work Guaranteed at A. E. BUFOett'S, Jeweler.

Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.

school for the last few years. Dur

ing her last visit she has made
many warm personal friends among

us who will regret to bid her

adieu. Miss Harrison is a musi musi-cian
cian musi-cian of rare attainments, though

principally in the vocal line. Her

sweet vpice and winning ways have

brought several of our young men
to her feet, and after today there

Buggies & Harness.

Two highest award at World's
Vl r fvr Mtntnwt.h.llMntT nnrl

A" u 8. f JLow Jfr3ce. i&ix years ago we

discarded tbe Dealer and began
selling direct to Consumers at
wholesale prices. RphuU: up upward
ward upward of IOO.OOO Vehicle aold
and our factory now the largest

on earth,ceanng direct witneon-

aiimers. Kenil foroiirrnummol

ur.53i. 128 page Illustrate fre cMAlj

ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO., "CINCINNATI,

The STAR is the paperfor

run a

cheap excursion to Jacksonville on

Take your music to the Witness Friday, July 26. "Tickets good on
job office and have it bound into a all trains July 26, limited to re re-book
book re-book with your name iit gold on turn July 29. Separate coaches
the outside. nrovided for white anH rAlnrpH

tvt.o t? a rrefn rr "Wi-nrr passengers. Round trip from 1 will .be a void in more hearts than
Mrs. R. A. Green, of. Fort King ftralaiL InnP

avenue, who has been quite sick, : i

is convalescent, we are happy to Mrs. N. Iw Williams, who has
report. been visiting friends in Tampa for.
Wanted, by two young menone a week or ten days, will return Sat Sat-or
or Sat-or two furnished rooms, with priv- urday to gladden the heart of her
ilege of hot and cold bath. Ad- husband, who says a week, of .bach-

dress Room,, care post office, gen- ing now is equal to : twenty odd
eral delivery. r years as it was before he took unto
Some much needed repairs are himself a helpmeet. N
being made on the street by Dr; n u .v
. T v- u j Come out and witness the prize
Chace s residence. Let the good A . r
rk o on anil tonight at the armory. You
wo go o will see some excellent maneuver-
Hnnsehold Ammonia, io cents, injrf as several df Ithe rifles aire de-

onrlt Mixed Tea in nackacres." frminpkn m 'Za h 'A f iV I

- A 3 X..lJka.k. A i. 1
per pound, 20 cents c the drill the time will be passed in
Alderney Cream Toilet Soap, 0 .
for 25 cents, at the Bazar Store. soc,al intercourse, music and
.. games. Everybody can enjoy
Hose company No. 4 will hold a themselves to their heart's content,
meeting tor the regular training : r M
upon which they are engaged and .Man who is born j of : woman is
to transact such business as may small potatoes and few in the hill;
come up. he riseth up in the morning and
T,T t t c t r t t goeth forth while it is yet early and

nolia and Fifth street, will want a tneth to collpct: what his neighbor
few good gentleman boarders at oweth him, but, there being a fam fam-3.50
3.50 fam-3.50 per week, Best of accom- ine in the land and only a few pieces
modations in town for the monfey. of silver :to each-manhe ret lirneth
at eventide without the where where-Mrs.
Mrs. where-Mrs. J. T. Lancaster and her withal to buy bread, and he layeth
three little girls left on the 11:19 him down, and a vision cometh to
F. C. & P. train for 'Colorado, Tex, him in his sleep, and he' seeth
where they will visit Mrs. Lancas- plenty in his future, and he falleth

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Are putting: up such Nice

Window and Door Screens

for so Little Honey.

We manufacture All Kinds of SCROLL WORK, BRACKETS, MOULDINO
TURNING. WINDOW and DOOR FRAIIES. CABINETS, and all kinds of
Carpenter and Job Work. A full supply of
Rough and Dressed Seasoned Lumber Constantly on Hand at
1 LOWEST CASH PRICES.

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all of the news.

DEAELR IN .

ds, Notions, Sbo.es-,

FINE DRESS GOODS,
and Embroiclery,
: Trunks -and Valises. - ;

Agents for Buttericks Patterns

OUR MOTTO:' We study io please our customers.

Ocala, : : : .. : Florida.

Laces

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ters sister, Mro. Flora Burns, for
the summer.

into a deep sleep, and it is the

sleep of the just.

Watehaler;

Jeweler and Engraver.
SPECIAL PRICES.
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At Carlisle's Drug Store

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rocenes,

Corn, Oats, Hay, Vegetables, Etc.

Chickens and Eggs a Specialty
Butler BlockCorner Orange Avenue and Exposition St.
Ocala, : : : : : F'orida



e: Evening:
PORTER & HARDING, Publishers.
SUBSCRIPTION SO CENTS PER nONTH.
$5.00 per Year.
5 cts. per Copy at News Stands.
25 Cents.
Desiring to increas oar sub
scription list to 600 during the
present month we have decided to
take subscription at 25 cents per
month, or 10 cents per week. The
latter must be paid in advance.
A YOUNG HOUSEBREAKER.
This evening, while the Star
man was hanging around the mar
ket, Deputy Sheriff Ben McCul-
lough came on a dead run down
the sidewalk and turned into the
the market.. The Star man want wanted
ed wanted to see what Ben was in such a
hurry about. He only had a min minute
ute minute to wait before Ben reappeared
bringing a diminutive coon of eb ebony
ony ebony hue, who appeared to be about
14 years old. When the reporter
asked Ben to tell him all about it
he said it was a short story, but full
of color.
The boy, who said his name was
Pinkney Green, broke into a col colored
ored colored woman's house, by the name
of Sarah Martin, yesterday even evening
ing evening and played havoc with her
property by cutting up clothes,
breaking and otherwise destroying
her personal effects. The deputy
promptly locked up his prisoner.
Ben is a holy terror to the col colored
ored colored population who have anything
on their conscience.
SNAIX SNAIX ! SNAIX !
Sheriff Hodge opens the Star
campaign against the venomous
reptiles roaming at large among
the dense weeds of our fair city.
His snakeship was a rattle rattlesnake's
snake's rattlesnake's pilot, and was one of the
largest of its kind. Mr. Hodge
found it at the rear cf bis premises,
just after noon today, and getting
his rifle, he dispatched the reptile
with one skillful shot.
To show how careful we have to
be to publish only facts : the first
report ve had of this occurrence
was that Mr. Hodge had shot a
rattler eight feet long with 13 rat rattles
tles rattles and a button, while in the act
of swallowing a dog.
CHEAP EXCURSION..1.
All Aboard for Fernandina and
Amelia Beach.
The F. C. & P. will run an ex ex-cursion
cursion ex-cursion from Tampa to Fernandina
as follows: Leave Tampa, special
train, 8 p. m Saturday, 27th. Ar Arrive
rive Arrive in Ocala 2:30 a. m. Sunday.
Arrive at Amelia Beach 6 a. m.
Leave Fernandina 8 p. m. Sunday.
Arrive in Ocala 1 a. m. Monday.
One dollar for the round trip. 13
hours to spend on the beach. Who
has heard of the like before ? Come
one and all. Ample accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations provided.
The Key West Herald of July 8
cays: "Rev. T. J. Porter, pastor of
the Baptist church, preached an
excellent sermon, Sunday evening,
on "Christian Unity." Mr. Porter
is a young man who has recently
taken charge of the Baptist church.
If he keeps up the class of ser sermons
mons sermons which he has preached so
far, his field of usefulness will be
greatly enlarged in this commun community."
ity." community." Editor C. S. Farriss is taking a
special course in Greek at Chau Chautauqua,
tauqua, Chautauqua, N. Y. Be sure and read
vihat he says about this famous re report
port report in this issue.

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D. E. Mclver,

UNDERTAKER and EM BALM ER
Carrvin? a full line of Undertakers'
Supplies, Wooden and Metallic
Caskets, Burial Robes, etc.
Orders by mail and telegraph
promptly executed.
Miller Block.
The New Brunswick Restaurant,
Misses Richards & HalleU,
Proprietors.
Board $3.50 per Week.
Regular Meals 2s Cents.
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.
John V. Pearson,
leal' is
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Phosphate and
Timber Lands.
(ity Property
Bought, Sold and Rented.
OCALA, iLA.
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 4 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 and Shampoo Shampooing
ing Shampooing done in first-class order.
WJVL JAflES.
Gary Block.
Ocala, Fla.

harles 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
JOHN E. DAVIS,
DEALER IN
Groceries and General Family Supplies,
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.,
General Country Produce.
Fruit bought and sold. Prices the
lowest.
Two doors west of Mitchell Block,
Exposition street.
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W. H. C-haille,

adles' anc
en
65 1
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.
Millinery
The LfoWest prices,
AT
Mr!
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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
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.
LId LiiJo )o IMaTOu
Proprietor of the only first class
Colored Barber Shop in the city.
I have taken charge of my old
stand on Exposition St., three
doors west of First National Bank
building and solicit your patronage.
I am fully prepared to do Shaving,
Hair Cutting and Shampooing in
the latest style. Only first class
men employed. Give me a call.
n. k. wiumra.
Tonsorial Artist.
Hair Cutting,
Shaving,
Dyeing
and Shampooing
Done in Latest Style. Call
and give me a trial.
Montezuma block, Ocala, Fla.

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Physician & Surgeon.

Diseases of Women and Children
a Specialty.
Office opposite Arlington Hotel.
Ocala, Fla.
R. D. Fuller,
Dentist.
Office over Merchants' National
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, Bank.
OCALA,
N FLA.
James Ohace,
Dentist,
Office over First National Bank
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 Mam
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 Law
Room 3, Merchants' Block,
OCALA,
FLA.



OCALA
laning Mills

. At junction of all Railroads.
Firs. M. D. TAYLOR,
Proprietress.
All kinds of Builders' Materials
at hard times prices.
L. S. BLACK,
Stall No. ii. City Market.
SRESH ; FISH ON ICE DAILV.
JFresh water varietiesBream and
Trout.
.Salt water varieties constantly on
hand.
Country Produce,
Eggs and Poultry,
Bought and Sold.
Prices cheaper than any in the
market.
Central Hotel,
Mrs. Maud Duran, Proprietress.
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Service and Cuisine first class.
Best Private Hotel in the Town.
Special Low Rates by the week.
T. P. Lloyd,
Attorney at Law,
J3ioolcvillo5
Will Practicc in all Courts.
G. J. HAGOOD
is now selling
30 OD CHEAP FOR CASH
z Load -s
Loads -5
Loads -10
Loads
$i oo
i 75
4 oo
.7 50
Yafd on Ocklawaha Avenue.
rtlT.H'-. HOUSE
Large, cool and comfortable
sooms nicely furnished: Best of
'accommodations for the general
nd traveling public. Rates $i.oo
per day or $4.00 per week.
North Magnola Street.
LIDDON BROS.,
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ayerymncini
First National Bank Block,
Ocala, Fla.
IFlne Livery Turnouts and Saddle
Horses.
Charges Reasonable.
Orders by Telephone or otherwise
will receive prompt attention.
Gity
OlS
CliJilbi.
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FOR SALE. Inquire at the
Aired. Hotel,
-where also accommodations for the
traveling public will be found.

Florida's Favorite Melon.

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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.
Exposition street.
We carry a full line of
Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries
also in con connection a first class
BAKERY.
Bread, Cakes and Pies baked
by best Baker in the city.
RESTAURANT
' at rear of store. First class
fare for the local and traveling
public. Give us a trial
. N. Edwards Si Son.
Baptist Witness Building, comer
Fort King and Osceola street.
Davis,
City Market
Dealer in all kinds of
Florida and Western
Meats, Poultry,
Vegetables and Fish.
Bring in your Produce and try my
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DEBLERS IN
Ohicasro and
Florida Meats,
Turkeys,
Chickens,
Eggs,
Sausage
and. Country Produce.
Stalls 6 and 8 City Market.
0CAlrA,:FrA.
OAS GAS
W. Q. Barry, p- ox
Practical Plumber and Contractor.
Barrys patent air and gas bur burners
ners burners are cleaner, cheaper, safer
than wood or gasolirte. Pipe gas
lights, fire places and all kinds of
stoves for heating. Not necessary
to buy a stove. Estimates furnish furnished
ed furnished on all work. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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The Chautauqua.
For the past two weeks the
writer has been a resident of Chau Chautauqua,
tauqua, Chautauqua, New York. Everybody
has heard of this place. It is loca located
ted located on a silvery lake of that name
in the western part of the Empire
state. This lake is a mile and a
half wide, twenty-seven miles long.

is the highest body of water on the
continent, and is 800 feet above
Lake Frie, three miles away. Like
many of our Florida lakes, it is a
perennial fountain of the purest
and freshest water. Around it are
gently sloping hills. These are
dotted with towns and summer
hotels. The forests are of maple
and are dense enough to afford
complete protection from the sun.
So inviting was the place that
years ago it was used by Metho
dists as a camping ground. Among
them was the man who is usually
regarded as the founder of the
Chautauqua idea Bishop J. H.
Vincent. In 1882, we think, it
began in the interest of the Sun
day school work. From those be beginnings
ginnings beginnings evolved other features.
Now we nave at Chautauqua, the
assembly, proper, the college, the
school of pedagogy, the school of
sacred literature, the school of ex expression,
pression, expression, the school of music, the
school of physical education. And
we might well add an "et cetera" to
these. Instruction in cookery,
type-writing, photography and a
few other things is regularly given.
But what is the quality of the
instruction given? We confess
that we were anxious to know that.
The first reply to the question
would be the naming of the men
and the universities and other
schools from whose faculties the
Chautauqua school selects the best
talent. They are Harper, of Chi Chicago
cago Chicago University; Brown, of Boston
University; Cohn, of Northwestern;
Cook, of Yale; Gould, of Johns
Hopkins; Hoover, of Ohio Uni University;
versity; University; Lewis, of Chicago Uni University;
versity; University; Mace, of Syracuse Univer University;
sity; University; Montgomery, of Allegheny
College; Osborne, Hamlinc Uni
versity; Sherman, University of
Nebra'ska; Waters Wells College;
Miller and Vincent, Chicago Uni University;
versity; University; McClenahan, U. Theo Theological
logical Theological Seminary; Rhees, Newton
Theological Seminary; Weidner,
Augustana Theological Seminary;
Sanders, Yale; Price, Chicago.
Here is an array of teaching
talent second to none in America
Only the best work could be ex expected
pected expected from these specialists.
From actual experience, however,
it has been found ttiat these men
do here during these six weeks as
much worlc as they ordinarily do
at home in six months. Of course
there are good reasons for this.
They are two: First the classes
here are composed largely of teach teachers;
ers; teachers; and secondly, from three to
four hours a day are spent in
actual class-room work on each
subject. Some teachers with
whom we are acquainted ; w6uld
like to have such a chance with
their classes. ;
But not every one who comes to
this delightful place, pursues class classroom
room classroom work. By far the greater
number come here to rest. Scat Scattered
tered Scattered (or huddled) around here in
this forest are more than 500 cot cottages
tages cottages filled with people who come
here to rest, breathe this pure air
and drink the sulphur and chaly chalybeate
beate chalybeate waters. In short, there are
from 5000 to 8000 summer resi residents
dents residents here, and not more than 500
engaged in class-room work. Many
of them belong to what is known
as the C. L. S. C, and come here
annually to take their diplomas.
These literary clubs, which are
located in thousands of cities,
towns and villages, throughout the

country, have auiic the nation a
world of good. They have culti cultivated
vated cultivated the literary spirit. They
have inspired hundreds with a
thirst for education. They have
enkindled a lively public spirit.
They have disseminated much
valuable information and that, too,
of such a kind as to patrioticize
and nationalize our people, not to
speak of the incomparable influ influence
ence influence they have exerted in the way
of moralization and Christianiza
tion, directly and indirectly.
What these thousands do be besides
sides besides bathe in the lake, ride bicy bicycles,
cles, bicycles, row. sail, go on excursions on
the lake steamers, and all such
things, one must come here in
order to understand. Wnat the

assembly furnishes in the way of
lectures and other entertainments
is more than sufficient to keep the
people going. From early morn
ing until ten at night, every hour
is occupied. In the great amphi amphitheater,
theater, amphitheater, the hall or some other au audience
dience audience chamber, some one who
knows more than the rest of us
about his or her particular theme
is constantly telling us, "all about
it." Such men as President J.
Stanley Hall, President, Harper,
Bishop Vincent, Professor Gould,
of Johns Hopkins; Professor Cook,
of Yale; Dr. Boardman, Mr. Ser Ser-viss,
viss, Ser-viss, the astronomer; Mr. Clark,
the interpreter; Bill Nye, the hu humorist,
morist, humorist, and many others are in
constant supply. An ordinary in individual
dividual individual can absorb enough here
in six weeks, from these lecturers,
to make him disagree (or agree)
with his day and generation for
years to come. Of course it is
impossible to believe all you hear.
If we did, bur believing faculty
would rival the chameleon in capa capability
bility capability to change hue and the maw
of the trout in capacity to take in.
But what is said abounds in good.
It is not hard to agree with these
leading lights, usually, nor some sometimes
times sometimes is it difficult to disagree
with them.
Shall we try to present a picture
of one of these lectures in the am amphitheater?
phitheater? amphitheater? Seven thousand peo people
ple people are comfortably seated in this
structure, and, at a pinch, one
thousand more can wedge them themselves
selves themselves in, if they consent to occupy
the aisles. The building itself is a
vast curved roof over a deep, wide
pit. It is open oh all sides except
the side back of the rostrum. This
is inclosed for the sake of protect
ing the big pipe organ. All the
seats front the rostrum and are ar arranged
ranged arranged in tiers ore above another,
after the manner of the ancient
theaters, those back of the par par-quette
quette par-quette being placed on a stee)? in incline
cline incline in such a manner as to per permit
mit permit every one to see. If the hour
of entertainment is at night, the
roof of the building is blazing with
many-hued electric lamps. And
what, is the quality of the audience?
Not such another ever gathers
elsewhere upon the face ; of the
earth. Of course the summer girl
and the summer boy are herethe
one giggling and the .other show showing
ing showing off. But these are in the small
minority. And one thing pleasant
about it is that they are compelled
to keep quiet. For they are sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by men and women whose
business is to think and teach oth others
ers others how to think. They are the
preachers and educators of
America. We have already named
sonic v of them. We could fill a
column with the same sort of
names and yet the list would be
unexhausted. Here is an intel intellectual
lectual intellectual atmosphere that is un un-equaled.
equaled. un-equaled. Nor does one feel that
he is in the presence of the mere
book worm. For sentiment in
favor of the new education (body,

; mind and spirit alike developed) is

strongly predominant. It is not
an unusual thing to have a man
whose thought is at a premium in
the world of thought seated beside
you clad in an athletic suit. He
has just returned from rowing, a
spin on his bicycle or from the
gymnasium. The glow of health
is in his cheeks and the mark of
the sun upon his bands and face.
Not that these men habitually do
this, but they make the manner of
! their dress no bar to their attend
ance upon the lecture. It they had
time to change their garments,
they should do so, but if not, the
audience kindly overlooks' the
affront. One feels the common
sense of such a judgment, and. is
rejoiced to know that this is the
beginning of a better intellectual
life, one m which the body is cared
for along with the mind and soul.
But we return to the lecture. Ex Exactly
actly Exactly at the published hour, the
great choir, under the leadership
of the famous Dr. Palmer, and ac accompanied
companied accompanied by the piano, pipe or or-e:an
e:an or-e:an and orchestra, sing an anthem.
In that choir are five hundred
trained voices. Imagine the effect!
Then, possibly, some familiar hymn
is sung. Again imagine the effect f
As those seven or eight thousand
people sing, led by such a choir
and such an organ and orchestra,
one is transported. Wave after
wave of ;'' feeling sweeps over an d
thrills through him and his will
gives way completely. Tears suf suffuse
fuse suffuse his eyes and flow down his
cheeks, unrestrained, because un un-restrainable.
restrainable. un-restrainable. He is awestruclf and
overwhelmed by the volume of
melody, and the thought more than
once occurs that if these few
- -
thousands so thrill him, what shall
be his experience when he shall
first hear the thousands of thous-
ands about "the great white
lb rose" sing the new f ong of
Moses and the Lamb. We have,
indeed, never before heard such
singing as they have at Chautau Chautauqua.
qua. Chautauqua. Any speaker should get in inspiration
spiration inspiration from it. As he advances
to the front of the great rostrum,
the hush and quiet as if after a
great storm prevails. Then is his
opportunity. But many difficul difficulties
ties difficulties confront him. The first, is to
send his voice through and over
this sea of human beings with such
power as to be easily heard. If hes
fails in this, he will at once lose a
few thousands of his would-be
hearers. They scamper away, like
so many sheep, to other pastures.
Again, he must not only be h eard.
He must produce fine thought-
excellent thought, or quite the
same thing will happen, except in
another way. Back seats may not
empty themselves; but from here
and there throughout the audience
smaller and larger streams will
flow,, until only a fe hundred are
left for the lecturer to practice
upon. We have never seen a place
at which mere wind is at so small
a premium as it is at Chautauqua,
The audiences here differ f roro
Athenian audiences in one respect,
if you have something worth say saying,
ing, saying, you may differ with them quite
as much as you please; But you
must have something to say.
During a residence here of two
weeks, we have not seen, among all
these people, any sign of beerv
whisky or other intoxicants. Here
there is ideal prohibition. It makes
us feel what could be done in any
other community, if the good men
would only take hold and show the
whisky men that they mean what
they say. Here also, no mails are
sent nor received on the Sabbath
day, nor are any passengers per permitted
mitted permitted to land. Even the boats
are prohibited the piers.
We may in another letter give a
pen picture of a few of the great
men here. This letter is too long
to do that now.



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Temperance Column.
By the Ocala Temperance Reform Club.
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Edited by J. A. JY'unden.

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

A LITTLE CASKET.

ANNUAL

EXPENDITURES
UNITED STATES.

IN THE

HOME AND

9

FOREIGN
$$ 500,000.

MISSIONS.

PUBLIC
EDUCA'I ION,
r 5 cco.ooa

BOOTS & SHOES,
$196,000,000.

COTTON GOODS,
210 coo 000.

Anna Leu, the little three-year-old
child of Mr. and Mrs. Blake, of
Dunnellon, died yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock at their home in
that city. Mr. and Mrs. Blake and
his son came up on the morning
train with the corpse, which was

kept in the waiting room of the
Florida Southern depot, until' the
12 o'clock train, when they took it
to Rochelle to be buried. The
poor mother was almost heart heartbroken
broken heartbroken over this early taking away
of her child, this being the only
child she had.

CLOTHII

IN

THE

AT

WOOLEN GOODS,
5237,000,000.

MEAT, 303,000,000.

BREAD, $505,000,000.

TOBACCO, $600,000,000.

LIQUOR, $900,600,000.

' Ho for the Beach I
The Plant System have on their
summer rates to St. Petersburg,
Tarpon Springs, Clear Water, and
for points on the east coast, for
rates to all summer resorts call on
F. J. fiuiiER, Ticket Agent,
Fla. So. Depot, or
C. F. Faires, City Ticket Agent,
Ocsrla House.

PLANT SYSTEM FOR BOSTON,

TRIENNIAL

CONCLAVE,
TEMPLAR.

KNIGHTS

VERDICT OF A SCIENTIST.
A noted sociologist investigator
has published an inquiry into the
drinking habits of Europe, and
sums up as follows :
"We find that the two banner
countries for freedom of com commerce
merce commerce and industry Switzerland
and Holland are also the most
advanced in restricting, the free

dom of the alcoholic drink traffic,
and' that despotic Russia comes

That wine and beer are not

temperance drinks and that the

two countries inhabited by the
chief wine and beer drinkers, and
in which the wines and beer are of
the lightest character viz F ranee
and Belgium are the most drunk drunken."
en." drunken." Constitution. ; ; r ?

FIVE SALOONS FOR EACH CHURCH.
Five saloons for each church in
this country. What are the fruits
of these saloons ? Drunkards,
libertines, murderers, thieves, liars,
corrupt legislators, cruel Husbands
negligent mothers, j vile, fathers,
unruly sons, impure, caughters, in infidels,
fidels, infidels, and all tjiat is wicked and
sinful. :

Think of it Five liquor saloons
to each church, 3nd these saloons
sustained by the votes of the
Christian people. Is strange'
that the power of. the church is not
what it should be, when there, is
such a golden wedge among her
voting members ? One place, de devoted
voted devoted to the building up of Chris

tianity, and five times as many for
its destruction. "What will the
, harvest be ?' Will we as Chris Christians
tians Christians pursue this course any long longer
er longer ? God help the followers of
Christ to come from among the
vorld, and, with spotless garments,
do their whole duty.4 Then will we
see Zion prosper and souls return returning
ing returning to God. Educator.

On Aug. 20 and 21, will sell to
Boston via Savannah and steam

ship, round trip 38.25.
On Aug. 23, 24 and 25, will sell
via all railto Boston and return,
S38 25, and with -variable routesbe routesbe-yond
yond routesbe-yond New York as follows: Railto
'New York and beyond New York,
rail in one direction ar;d 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, AH tickets good to return
until Sept. 30, 1895.
For further information, tickets,
etc., call on C. F. Faires,
City Ticket Agent, Ocala house
office, or F. J H uder.
Ticket Agent, Passenger Station.

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Soda Water and Ice Cream.
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harness, would make a good saddle 1
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This Laboratory makes a specialty of Chemical Analysis of
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attention. We have the patronage of the Gie des Phosphates.

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House to rent, one block east of
post office. Inquire of I. Stevens.

A. H. HOLLAND,
, s ..j : "'" 1 J" -' v"":- i -.?..,', -"" j -f s.
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